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First reporting trip to China an enlightening experience

Radio New Zealand reporter John Gerritsen travelled to explore the impact of the diaspora of New Zealand-educated Chinese on the New Zealand-China relationship.

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Youth take the lead on
New Zealand-Asia relations

Twenty-five young people who represent the future of the Asia-New Zealand relationship have been acknowledged at ‘ones to watch’, by the Foundation.

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25 to Watch nominations open

The search has begun for 25 inspiring young people contributing to stronger New Zealand-Asia relations with the launch of 25 to Watch, an initiative of the Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono

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Simon Draper's Stuff articles

Read Simon Draper's fortnightly Stuff columns looking at some of the big issues connecting New Zealand and Asia.

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Eye on Asia: Kem Sokha's arrest a blow to Cambodia's democracy

Cambodian opposition leader Kem Sokha was charged with treason by the government for colluding with the United States government to overthrow the country's prime minister. Kem's arrest comes ahead of

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Interview with Sally Chen, Skykiwi journalist

Sally Chen is a senior journalist at Skykiwi.com, New Zealand's largest Chinese-language website. Her reporting efforts earned her the award for best Chinese-language reporting at the 2017 New Zealand

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Opinion: Media freedom in Vietnam stuck in the past

OPINION: Reporting from Vietnam has made RNZ Checkpoint producer Zac Fleming realise we must fight to keep media freedoms.

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Business interns off to India, South Korea

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Simon Draper: Southeast Asians tackle sustainability

When Kiwis picture the impacts of climate change, melting ice shelves in Antarctica is probably one of the first images to spring to mind.

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Kiwi journo scopes out
Japan's Olympic and
RWC preparations

With the help of an Asia New Zealand Foundation media travel grant, Stuff reporter Katarina Williams visited Japan to learn about how preparations were coming along for the 2020 Rugby World Cup and To

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Robots: The future of elderly care?

With help from a Foundation media grant, Journalist Naomi Arnold travelled to Japan to look at how robots are changing the face of elderly care. Her subsequent 8000-word article was published in New Z

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Fast-paced news for intern in Manila

In this article Auckland freelance journalist Janie Cameron describes the five weeks she spent at The Philippine Star in Manila.

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