It’s fair to say Wellingtonians love their coffee, so it’s probably no surprise that an Indonesian language and culture group with a name that literally translates to "Coffee Shop" is going to be a hi
NZ School principal Bernadette Murfitt and deputy principal Donna McDonald visited Indonesia in April on our Indonesia Cultural Connections Trip. Check out their story!
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.
When Morgan Maw, of Bonnie Goods, set off to Indonesia in 2016 with other Kiwi food and beverage entrepreneurs she was still rolling her Edinburgh-inspired oatcakes by hand in her Grey Lynn kitchen.
Okaihau College's Brent Strathdee-Pehi was one of 11 teachers who went to Indonesia in October as part of the Foundation's Indonesia Cultural Connections trip. Brent says the trip was a “profound expe
Our poster of Indonesia highlights key cities and places of interest as well as providing useful information for New Zealand teachers and their students.
1 News political reporter Anna Whyte reports on investigating Indonesia's plastic-waste recycling industry, which sees thousands of tonnes of plastic from overseas, including from New Zealand.
Six New Zealand teachers will learn about Indonesia and Islam up close and personal on a two-way exchange starting next week.
Eleven New Zealand educators from across the country have been chosen by the Asia New Zealand Foundation for its 2017 Cultural Connections Trip to Indonesia.
Laila Faisal came to New Zealand from Indonesia as a scholarship student and now works as a learning advisor at Victoria University (VUW). She was profiled as part of the Foundation's report Relations
Indonesian baker/entrepreneur Talita Setyadi first came in contact with us when she met with a group of food and beverage entrepreneurs visiting Indonesia as part of the Foundation's ASEAN YBLI.
Engineering graduates Surya Sappa and Derryn Bracey have just returned from spending eight weeks interning at professional services consultancy BECA in Jakarta.