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South Island Report - Key Findings Discussion

To mark the launch of the Foundation's latest research report, Te Waipounamu and Asia: Now and in the future, director business and South Island manager Alistair Crozier spoke with two South Island bu

Sports / News
New Zealand sport and Asia: What’s the connection? 

The Asia New Zealand Foundation wants to hear from New Zealand sportspeople who have worked, travelled or competed in Asia for new research examining how New Zealand sport engages in the region.

Research / Article
Foundation looking to hear from sportspeople with experience in Asia

If you have experience working, travelling, or competing in Asian countries for sport or sport-related purposes sometime in the past two decades, we would love to hear from you.

Resources / Report
Te Waipounamu and Asia

A new report from the Asia New Zealand Foundation finds strong appetite among South Island businesses to continue growing trade and investment links to Asia, despite Covid-19 constraints.

Research / News
South Island business connections with Asia - now and in the future

A new report from the Foundation finds strong appetite among South Island businesses to continue growing trade and investment links to Asia, despite Covid-19 constraints.

Research / News
Māori success in Asia series: Making it in tech

Read about entrepreneur Kaye-Maree Dunn who has used her connections in Asia to help develop Āhau, an iwi-led digital identity platform enabled by blockchain technology.

Resources / Report
Perceptions of Asia 2020

The latest New Zealanders’ Perceptions of Asia survey shows more New Zealanders are of the view that developing political, social and economic ties with Asia is important for New Zealand's future.

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Perceptions of Asia 2020

Despite the impacts of Covid-19, New Zealanders increasingly believe it is important for their country to build ties with Asia, new research from the Asia New Zealand Foundation shows.

Research / News
Research looks at new framework for teaching international students from China

Cultural assumptions may be impacting how international students from China engage at New Zealand tertiary institutions and how they are taught needs to be revised, says educator Jeremy Taylor.

Research / News
Cultural difference - not indifference - the key

Rugby player Tamati Ellison has spent ten years living in Japan with his wife Meremaraea and their five children. He says being Māori helped him understand and adjust to life in Japan.

Research / News
Exploring Asia through kapa haka

Atera Apirana's love of kapa haka has taken her to Japan and China to perform and been the catalyst for learning about the cultures of those countries.

Research / News
Art to bind cultures

Karl Johnstone is the owner and director of Haumi NZ, a business that initiates designs and delivers projects of national and international significance both in New Zealand and throughout the world.

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