We chat with Leadership Network member Ben O'Brien about being in Hanoi as COVID-19 first struck and get his take on how Vietnam responded to the ensuing crises.
Businesses in Singapore face similar working from home (WFH) conundra as their NZ counterparts and we could learn from their lead, writes Alistair Crozier.
We chat with Leadership Network member Duran Moy about being in Beijing when COVID-19 hit, returning to New Zealand....and then heading back to China.
It would be fair to say that the novel coronavirus – now named Covid-19 – has been making our work at the Asia New Zealand Foundation a bit more challenging.
Kia ora koutou friends of the Asia New Zealand Foundation. Like other New Zealanders, Foundation staff are now approaching their fourth week working remotely.
It was with a sense of relief tinged with sadness for friends and colleagues she had to leave behind that Leadership Network member Sarah van Boekhout returned to New Zealand as COVID-19 first emerged
In February this year, Nathan Hotter began his internship with Taipei City Government, Taiwan, and quickly found himself caught up with the city’s COVID-19 response.
When face-to-face meetings are impossible, does conducting business online require a whole new set of cross-cultural knowledge? The Foundation's Alistair Crozier takes a look.
Despite their countries experiencing very different COVID trajectories, teachers in Singapore and New Zealand faced similar challenges during their respective lockdowns.
The Foundation's director research and engagement Suzannah Jessep considers the role Track II diplomacy can play as NZ looks to reconnect with Asia following COVID-19 lockdown.
With the Foundation's Leadership Network comprised of young people driven by a desire to make a difference, it's not surprising many of them are on the front lines in this country's response to COVID-
Leadership Network member Wei-Wei Ng compares the response to COVID-19 in Hong Kong to what she experienced during a short visit to New Zealand in March.