The Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono welcomes the appointment of new New Zealand Honorary Advisers to support its mission of equipping New Zealanders to thrive in Asia.
Twenty-five young people who represent the future of the Asia-New Zealand relationship have been acknowledged at ‘ones to watch’, by the Foundation.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation has been gifted a Māori name, Te Whītau Tūhono, to sit alongside its English name.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation has named five prominent and highly respected individuals as new Asia-based honorary advisers.
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A new report released today by the Asia New Zealand Foundation finds maintaining cultural knowledge and language skills is a challenge for the growing number of under-five Asian children in New Zealan
Fifteen top young New Zealanders from the Asia New Zealand Foundation’s Leadership Network will spend three days in Otago exploring the history of Chinese New Zealanders.
More than 40 young leaders from across Aotearoa have been chosen to join the Asia New Zealand Foundation’s Leadership Network to grow their leadership skills and knowledge of Asia.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation inducted 48 talented young New Zealanders into its Leadership Network over the weekend.
Thirteen New Zealand-based arts practitioners have been awarded funding to undertake opportunities in Asia thanks to the return of Asia New Zealand Foundation’s Arts Practitioner Fund.