Business studies students at Auckland’s Glendowie College set up stalls and made Asian cuisine for their school mates to learn about the peoples, places and cultures of Asia as part of the school’s In
New Zealand schools can apply for funding to hold events that enable students to experience Asian cultural activities and/or increases their understanding of Asia.
A reciprocal exchange programme that builds online connections between classrooms in New Zealand with those in Asia recently saw six Indonesian teachers visit NZ schools.
Feeling that he was treading water in New Zealand, John White decided to get out of his comfort zone and move to Japan to study Japanese. In this article, John describes his experience of living and s
Despite their countries experiencing very different COVID trajectories, teachers in Singapore and New Zealand faced similar challenges during their respective lockdowns.
Ngaio School is bringing Asia awareness into its curriculum through building partnerships with local Asian communities.
Christchurch Girls' High School physical education teacher Nicola Richards writes about her experiences on the Foundation's Japan Sports Forum.
Kim Te'o was one of six teachers who travelled to Indonesia as part of a Foundation-led trip to learn about the country's culture and build connections with local teachers. The Kiwi teachers homestaye
Learning Mandarin, or any other foreign language, does not have to come at the expense of learning te reo Māori, say three principals.
Kids in schools around the country cooked dumplings, made lanterns, practised tai chi and tried their hands at calligraphy to mark New Zealand Chinese Language Week last month.
Coinciding with Sir Peter Blake Trust Leadership Week, which was celebrated from 3-7 July, Asia New Zealand Foundation Leadership Network member Kashmir Kaur organised a workshop for Wellington Hindi
Find scholarship opportunities in Asia for postgraduate students.