This Y4-7 social studies mini-unit has been designed for students to learn at home (or in the classroom) by working independently on differentiated learning activities to explore the Philippines.
The Foundation collaborated with Future Learning Solutions – Centre for Languages, to develop teaching resources for Chinese language programmes for both primary and secondary sectors (Years 1-13).
New Zealand’s natural environment is front and centre for most visiting tourists, but it was Māori cultural experiences that stood out for eight visiting entrepreneurs.
Leadership Network member Kashmir Kaur spoke about her experiences as a Leadership Network member at the network's graduation event held in Wellington this month. This is her speech.
With help from a Foundation sports grant, the Tall Ferns and Tall Blacks basketball teams took time out from an intensive 10-day training camp earlier this year to experience some Japanese culture.
Leanne Hammersley writes about living and studying in the coastal city of Ashiya, half way between Kobe and Osaka, where she is completing her final semester of a Bachelor of Arts.
Business intern Pepe Rahui Mosby, who goes by Rahui, writes about her first month interning at the healthcare division of Skanray Technologies in Mysore, India.
Leadership Network member James Burford reflects on the network's recent Australia Hui, which brought together network members living in Australia to reconnect with the network and discuss questions o
The Asia New Zealand Foundation offers a grant to allow a New Zealand newsroom leader or senior journalist to participate in the Jefferson Fellowship programme to Asia.
2019 marked our 25th Anniversary, and one of the early highlights of the year was the gifting of our Māori name, Te Whītau Tūhono, by Hokimoana Te Rika-Hekerangi, of Ruatāhana within Ngāi Tūhoe.
A young New Zealand filmmaker will gain cultural and industry insights when he heads to South Korea thanks to a new partnership between the Foundation and the New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC).
Musician Shayne Carter writes about the three months he spent as the inaugural artist in residence at creative/civic hub Bangkok 1899 where he immersed himself in local culture and composed and perfor