Wellington journalist Eleanor Wenman describes her time interning at the Deccan Herald in Bengaluru (Bangalore) - a city she found confronting, chaotic and beautiful.
Cambodian opposition leader Kem Sokha was charged with treason by the government for colluding with the United States government to overthrow the country's prime minister. Kem's arrest comes ahead of
The Asia New Zealand Foundation offers a grant to allow a New Zealand newsroom leader or senior journalist to participate in the Jefferson Fellowship programme to Asia.
Our media travel grants programme offers New Zealand journalists the chance to travel independently to Asia to research and prepare stories – to help demystify Asia for New Zealand audiences.
Journalist Duncan Greive looks at some of the most exciting independent media start-ups fighting for a place in Asia's often less- media friendly countries.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation supports New Zealand journalism student graduates and working journalists to intern at news organisations in Asia.
Journalist Emily Ford spent six weeks at the Deccan Herald in Bengaluru on an internship supported by the Asia New Zealand Foundation. She writes about her experiences in the bustling city.
Four journalists gained a small taste of the complexities and contrasts of a country of 1.3 billion people on the Asia New Zealand Foundation's first media trip to India.
Shane Cowlishaw, Newsroom’s National Affairs Editor says: I’ve lived in Japan, backpacked in southern China, and hiked across the Myanmar border. A few days reporting in Delhi would be a piece of cake
Journalist Amy Ridout and photographer Virginia Woolf travelled to Nepal in November to document the impact Sir Edmund Hillary's Khumjung School continues to have on the surrounding district.
As New Zealand city dwellers struggle to get from A to B, Singaporeans are riding high on an efficient and reliable transportation system, writes BusinessDesk senior journalist Oli Lewis.
As China ratchets up the pressure on Taiwan, locals are preparing for the worst but getting on with life, writes journalist Cushla Norman. Her visit was supported by a Foundation media travel grant.