Artist Quishile Charan describes learning traditional dying techniques from master textile makers in the North Indian state of Odisha. Quishile's research will contribute towards her practice that foc
As I was beginning this research, a Facebook post made it into my newsfeed: it told of the 1869 arrival of Mrs Frederica Hay to Dunedin, with her husband, Robert Hay.
We chat with writer and director Ahi Karunaharan about My Heart Goes Thadak Thadak and what inspired him to write the Bollywood-influenced play.
In commemoration of the 150th year since Mahatma Gandhi's birth, Leadership Network member Arish Naresh writes about why Gandhi's teachings are as relevant today as they were 100 years ago.
This Diwali, win a Bollywood experience in India with the Asia New Zealand Foundation and Radio Tarana, supported by Global Finance.
Wellington journalist Eleanor Wenman describes her time interning at the Deccan Herald in Bengaluru (Bangalore) - a city she found confronting, chaotic and beautiful.
A territorial dispute between China and India, which resulted in a ten-week military standoff, has revived a decades-old Sino-Indian rivalry that will become more visible as both nations emerge as the
Coinciding with Sir Peter Blake Trust Leadership Week, which was celebrated from 3-7 July, Asia New Zealand Foundation Leadership Network member Kashmir Kaur organised a workshop for Wellington Hindi
Simon Daisley says he has been fascinated by his Anglo-Indian heritage for many years, gravitating to all things Indian and Anglo-Indian.
In this report, Graeme Waters looks at New Zealand's relationship with India and how it has changed over the years.
Business intern Pepe Rahui Mosby, who goes by Rahui, writes about her first month interning at the healthcare division of Skanray Technologies in Mysore, India.
Back in New Zealand after a three-month Foundation residency in Varanasi, India, artist Elliot Collins reflects on how the city, the Ganges and the people have influenced him.