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Bold move pays off for Tokyo intern

Air New Zealand intern James Bowen describes leaving the comforts of Gisborne for the hustle and bustle of Tokyo.

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Kiwi journalism intern gets lost in Thailand

Armed with a third-hand camera and a can-do attitude, journalism intern Anisha Satya covered stories as wide ranging as a political court case to lovers among the Bangkok flower markets.

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Kiwi nurse on TB frontlines in Philippines slum

Journalist Nicholas Jones and photojournalist Mike Scott investigate the impact of tuberculosis in sprawling Philippines slum where a NZ nurse is on the front lines battling the disease.

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The Hui follows a daughter's journey to find her Japanese father

The Hui producer Ruwani Perera recounts travelling to Japan with Migoto Eria (Tūhoe, Ngāti Kahungunu) as she embarks on a quest to reunite with her Japanese father after four decades of separation.

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New leader for Asia New Zealand Foundation

The Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono has appointed its first woman CEO – Suzannah Jessep.

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Visit provides insights into Japanese tourism

Journalist Juliet Speedy travelled to Japan recently to investigate why tourist numbers to New Zealand have been steadily falling since the early 2000s and have failed to return to pre-Covid numbers.

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Seed bank of hope

On a farm in north-east India, an extraordinary woman is working to ensure food crops are protected for future generations by sourcing and banking seeds.

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New trustees to help strengthen New Zealand’s engagement with Asia  

The Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono welcomes the appointment of three new trustees to help guide its work equipping New Zealanders to thrive in Asia.

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India's Raisina Dialogue exposes discord on big international issues

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.

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Sir Edmund Hillary school still thriving in the Himalayas

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.

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Singapore's transport system a model for NZ?

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.

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TVNZ's Cushla Norman reports back from resolute Taiwan

As China ratchets up the pressure on Taiwan, locals are preparing for the worst but getting on with life, writes journalist Cushla Norman. Her visit was supported by a Foundation media travel grant.

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