Jasmine Edwards reflects on her visit to Sri Lanka to conduct research for her master's project in 2016. She says the trip helped her bridge the gap between academic research and real-world practice.
New Zealand’s recovery from COVID-19 will be closely tied to Asia’s, and new research from the Asia New Zealand Foundation shows more New Zealanders recognise Asia's importance to this country.
Varenica Gunawan describes the two months she spent living the life of a first year Japanese high school student and living with a local family.
To gain a better sense of the current business environment in Asia, the Asia New Zealand Foundation sought the views of more than 100 of its stakeholders across the region.
Travelling through Japan and seeing first hand the country she had been learning about for so long was an inspirational journey writes Year 13 Cashmere High School student Rachel Batzloff.
Indonesia finds itself having to balance the benefits of foreign investment in major infrastructure projects and protecting its own strategic interests, writes research grantee Jackson Calder.
2019 Postgraduate Research Grant recipient Vanessa Bramwell talks about attending the QS Summit on Politics and International Studies at Victoria University in Wellington this month.
A fascination with Japanese history and culture inspired Yalu Zhou to travel to Japan to study Japanese language. She says to truly know a culture you must understand its language, and vice versa.
A new report from the Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono highlights the dynamic connections between New Zealand and India – and outlines plenty of opportunities to grow the relationship.
Leanne Hammersley writes about living and studying in the coastal city of Ashiya, half way between Kobe and Osaka, where she is completing her final semester of a Bachelor of Arts.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of the Foundation’s postgraduate research grants for 2019.