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
TV3 reporter and Newshub anchor Samantha Hayes discusses travelling to Japan and China as part of the Jefferson Fellowship programme organised by the East-West Center. This year the programme focused
New Zealand entrepreneurs will learn about the accelerating tech scene in the Philippines and meet technology trailblazers from across Southeast Asia on an Asia New Zealand Foundation programme.
The Republic of Singapore, a tiny island-state in Southeast Asia, is one of New Zealand's closest friends. Both nations enjoy strong trade, military and people-to-people links. Most recently, New Zeal
Radio NZ digital features producer Tess McClure and videographer Luke McPake travelled to the Philippines to report on the conditions of the Filipino workers who produce New Zealand’s bananas.
Fairfax journalist Jonathan Carson and photographer Alden Williams travelled to the Philippines in November, 2015, on a travel grant, where they covered the recovery following Typhoon Yolanda.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono is strengthening its work in the South Island by extending a formal presence to Christchurch.
Radio New Zealand journalist Gill Bonnett was selected to take part in the East-West Center’s 2019 Jefferson Fellowships. Read about her experience.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation is pleased to welcome Craig Cooper as the new director of its arts programme.
Wellington journalist Charlotte Graham spent six weeks at the Hong Kong bureau of the New York Times. She describes the contradictions of life in Hong Kong and some of the issues that have been making
An independent performing arts centre, a contemporary gallery in West Auckland and an award-winning theatre director are among this year’s recipients of the Asia New Zealand Foundation arts grants.