A new report from the Foundation — Viet Nam and New Zealand: Let’s go! — tells the story of the country’s dynamic relationship with New Zealand.
Journalist Michael Andrew says his understanding of Indonesia was turned on its head during the six weeks in the country studying Bahasa Indonesia and undertaking a placement at the Jakarta Post.
New Zealand’s recovery from COVID-19 will be closely tied to Asia’s, and new research from the Asia New Zealand Foundation shows more New Zealanders recognise Asia's importance to this country.
The contributions of Auckland’s Chinese and Indian business ecosystems was the subject of a Foundation panel discussion held online on 4 June.
To gain a better sense of the current business environment in Asia, the Asia New Zealand Foundation sought the views of more than 100 of its stakeholders across the region.
NZME journalist Katie Harris says studying Bahasa Indonesia and interning for global news agency APF was a life changing experience that made her reconsider the way she approaches journalism.
Intern Meghan Price says trying to figure out why things were done a certain way in China taught her to look to their heritage for answers.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono is strengthening its work in the South Island by extending a formal presence to Christchurch.
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.
Eight Southeast Asian entrepreneurs will be learning how New Zealand does tourism and sharing their knowledge on tourism trends in Asia with New Zealanders this week.
Twenty-five young people who represent the future of the Asia-New Zealand relationship have been acknowledged at ‘ones to watch’, by the Foundation.
Kia ora koutou. Since last month's update I've spent a fair bit of time on the road - first up was our annual ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand (AANZ) dialogue in Kuala Lumpur, organised with partners AsiaL