The highlight for me over a busy month was bringing together our “25 Young People to Watch” to be presented with their certificates at an event at Parliament.
Kia ora koutou. Maybe it's because it's midwinter and because July for me was broken up by engagements outside of Wellington, but this month's update seems to have rolled around quickly...
The terrible events of March 15 have made us all pause and reflect upon what that day says about us as a society. I’d like to think that while the deed may shed light upon a small hate-filled minority
Last week we released our latest research Starting Strong: Nurturing the potential of our Asian under-fives’, which looks at the changing demographics of our under-five population.
Today the Asia New Zealand Foundation has released the latest report in its tracking survey New Zealanders’ Perceptions of Asia and Asian Peoples.
For my March update, I thought I’d bring you up to speed on how Covid-19 is affecting our work at the Foundation.
Kia ora koutou friends of the Asia New Zealand Foundation. Like other New Zealanders, Foundation staff are now approaching their fourth week working remotely.
Kia ora koutou. It’s a privilege to be able to announce the Foundation’s new Māori name, Te Whītau Tūhono.
Ko tēnei te wiki o te reo Māori. Kia kaha koutou ki te kōrero Māori ahakoa he iti, he pounamu. Ko te reo Māori te reo taketake o Aotearoa, he taonga te reo, he reo ora mō tātou katoa.
Each year around now for more than 20 years, the Foundation has released our biggest piece of research for the year – our Perceptions of Asia report, which we launch today, Wednesday 16 June.