Naushyn Janah writes about her internship at the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre and falling in love with the diverse, vibrant city of Hong Kong.
The Philippines is blessed with picturesque beaches and mountains; however, MAD Travel intern Menorah Gafa says the true beauty of this country is its people and culture.
Dairy cows, dairy sheep, honey bees and kiwifruit were all New Zealand specialties on show for seven entrepreneurs from North Asia.
Leadership Network member Jordan King writes about the big issues facing countries through which the Mekong River flows and why developments in the region should be of interest to New Zealand.
A reciprocal exchange programme that builds online connections between classrooms in New Zealand with those in Asia recently saw six Indonesian teachers visit NZ schools.
Eight Southeast Asian entrepreneurs will be learning how New Zealand does tourism and sharing their knowledge on tourism trends in Asia with New Zealanders this week.
With many New Zealanders’ eyes on Japan for the Rugby World Cup, a new report commissioned by the Foundation explores whether enough has been done to sustain the relationship off the field.
The Foundation’s latest Perceptions of Asia report shows a marked increase in New Zealanders’ self-assessed knowledge of Asia compared to five years ago.
Executive director Simon Draper writes about what has been happening over the last month, and what we can look forward to in June.
50 top young leaders have joined the Asia New Zealand Foundation’s Leadership Network, aiming to further develop their leadership skills and their knowledge of Asia.
Charlene Leong describes being captivated by the beauty of Japan during her time interning with Mitsubishi Electric's Advanced Machine Learning Group in Tokyo.
After initially struggling with nerves during his six weeks interning with Kyushu Railway Company (also known as JR Kyushu), Benjamin Watson soon got into the flow of work and life in Japan.