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.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation offers a grant to allow a New Zealand newsroom leader or senior journalist the chance to participate in the Jefferson Fellowship programme to Asia.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation supports New Zealand journalism student graduates and working journalists to intern at news organisations in Asia.
The Foundation supports New Zealand journalism students and recent graduates to attend the Australian Consortium for In-Country Indonesian Studies (ACICIS) Journalism Professional Practicum.
Read Simon Draper's fortnightly Stuff columns looking at New Zealand Asia-relationships.
Sally Chen is a senior journalist at Skykiwi.com, New Zealand's largest Chinese-language website. Her reporting efforts earned her the award for best Chinese-language reporting at the 2017 New Zealand
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The Asia New Zealand Foundation has been gifted a Māori name, Te Whītau Tūhono, to sit alongside its English name.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation supported a three-person team from TVNZ’s Sunday programme to travel to Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh in September to report on one of the biggest refugee crises in the
The Asia New Zealand Foundation has named five prominent and highly respected individuals as new Asia-based honorary advisers.
How Asia and the Pacific interact will define New Zealand’s foreign policy for the foreseeable future, writes Auckland journalist Mackenzie Smith after spending two months in Jakarta. Mackenzie was