The Foundation is looking back to a programme of work we conducted in 2003 to gauge just how far New Zealand has come with developing its relationships in Asia and what we need to do to progress them.
Asia 2000’s Seriously Asia project aimed to identify priority goals and practical actions to energise New Zealand’s links with Asia.
The Foundation brought together industry experts in Queenstown to discuss how New Zealand can make the most of its connections with Asia in the areas of innovation and sustainable development.
NZ needs to find new ways of building business connections with Asia and look beyond purely transactional relationships if this country is to make the most of opportunities in the region.
How New Zealand can best advance its political and security objectives in Asia was the topic of discussion at the Foundation's Seriously Asia Revisited hui held in Wellington in August.
Find out about the Foundation's Seriously Asia Revisited hui which consideried ways to advance New Zealand's relationships with Asia with a focus on society and culture.
In the first of the series discussing life in Asia during Covid with Foundation Honorary Advisers, we chat with executive vice president of Korean conglomerate CJ CheilJedang, Heekyung (Jo) Min.
We talk to NZ's trade commissioner to Shanghai Richard Dunsheath about life in (post-Covid?) Shanghai and how the pandemic has impacted Chinese consumer behaviour and NZ businesses operating there.
Year 6 teacher Ling Clarke describes the host of activities Taupō’s Saint Patrick’s Catholic School students tried their hands at to mark this year’s New Zealand Chinese Language Week.
With help from an Asia New Zealand Foundation Experience Asia grant, Albany Junior High School and Albany Primary School held a day of activities to celebrate Chinese culture. We talk to teacher Susan
Kids in schools around the country cooked dumplings, made lanterns, practised tai chi and tried their hands at calligraphy to mark New Zealand Chinese Language Week last month.
Year 10 Paraparaumu College students turned their hands to calligraphy, Chinese painting, martial arts, yoga, Bollywood dancing and more during the school’s Asia Awareness Day.