Twenty-five young people who represent the future of the Asia-New Zealand relationship have been acknowledged at ‘ones to watch’, by the Foundation.
Radio New Zealand reporter John Gerritsen travelled to explore the impact of the diaspora of New Zealand-educated Chinese on the New Zealand-China relationship.
The search has begun for 25 inspiring young people contributing to stronger New Zealand-Asia relations with the launch of 25 to Watch, an initiative of the Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono
Read Simon Draper's fortnightly Stuff columns looking at some of the big issues connecting New Zealand and Asia.
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