Jacob Ward describes the fascinating work he undertook at ITRI's Green Energy Laboratories in Taiwan on an Asia New Zealand Foundation internship.
Business intern Richard Liu describes living and working alongside 7000 employees at Industrial Technology Research Institutue's (ITRI) massive Hsinchu campus, Taiwan.
Air New Zealand intern James Bowen describes leaving the comforts of Gisborne for the hustle and bustle of Tokyo.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation offers a grant to allow a New Zealand newsroom leader or senior journalist to participate in the Jefferson Fellowship programme to Asia.
Our media travel grants programme offers New Zealand journalists the chance to travel independently to Asia to research and prepare stories – to help demystify Asia for New Zealand audiences.
Journalist Duncan Greive looks at some of the most exciting independent media start-ups fighting for a place in Asia's often less- media friendly countries.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation supports New Zealand journalism student graduates and working journalists to intern at news organisations in Asia.
In a country that maximises efficiencies and structure to run like clockwork, at times Japan-based intern Arjun Prakesh's more relaxed approach to life makes him feel like a round peg in a square hole
Charlene Leong describes being captivated by the beauty of Japan during her time interning with Mitsubishi Electric's Advanced Machine Learning Group in Tokyo.
Recently returned from attending South Asia's largest international affairs conference, the Raisina Dialogue, Asia Media Centre manager Graeme Acton reports on the mood of the meeting.
Journalist Amy Ridout and photographer Virginia Woolf travelled to Nepal in November to document the impact Sir Edmund Hillary's Khumjung School continues to have on the surrounding district.
As New Zealand city dwellers struggle to get from A to B, Singaporeans are riding high on an efficient and reliable transportation system, writes BusinessDesk senior journalist Oli Lewis.