Māori have an edge when it comes to engagement with Asia and there’s potential for ties to be further strengthened, finds a new survey from the Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono.
A select group of dancers, artists, poets and filmmakers are now readying themselves for a life-changing experience in Asia after receiving a Foundation grant.
The Foundation is offering up to 10 places for Leadership Network members to attend the Agribusiness Hui in Raglan on Saturday 15 June 2019.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono celebrates its 25th anniversary with a photo competition. We want you involved!
Graci Kim is a New Zealand diplomat, author and prolific high achiever who is a member of the Asia New Zealand Foundation Leadership Network. Graci chats to the Foundation about questioning her own se
Sushi and sake, sure, but surfing, it’s not something people readily associate with Japan.
This programme aims to promote artistic exchange between Taitung on Taiwan’s picturesque east coast with artists from around the world and is managed by the Taitung County Government.
Kate Small says she threw herself into the internship experience and didn’t “use the foreigner card” to excuse herself from fully participating in work life.
Fashion designer Kiri Nathan recently travelled to China with a group of other Māori fashion designers. Read about their trip in China, and also the establishment of Kāhui Māori Fashion Collective.
Nick Davies writes about his experiences as an intern in India's most populous city, Mumbai.
Students from Opihi College in Temuka, near Timaru, spent three weeks in Nihon (Japan), living with host families, involving themselves in community activities, visiting sites and learning about Japan