Paul Morgan and Mitchell Pham’s significant contributions have been recognised in the New Year 2023 Honours.
Journalist Amy Ridout and photographer Virginia Woolf travelled to Nepal in November to document the impact Sir Edmund Hillary's Khumjung School continues to have on the surrounding district.
Last year saw Foundation staff travelling to Asia for the first time since the onset of Covid – to reconnect with partner organisations and explore new collaborations and opportunities in the region.
Coming to the end of her summer internship, Victoria University law student Lydia Joyce says the experience has provided her fascinating insights into the world of international dispute resolution.
The Foundation is offering up to 10 places for New Zealand alumni and 70 places for ASEAN alumni of the Young Business Leaders Initiative (YBLI) programme to attend the 2023 YBLI Summit in Thailand.
The Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono is offering up to 10 places for emerging Māori business leaders to be part of a bespoke Māori F&B business delegation going to Singapore and Thailand.
The rich and complex history of the first Chinese to live in Otago is explored in an exhibition by Cindy Huang being held at Queenstown's Te Atamira gallery.
Eighteen New Zealand tertiary students and recent graduates will experience how business is done in Asia while undertaking domestic, online and in-country internships this summer.
As New Zealand city dwellers struggle to get from A to B, Singaporeans are riding high on an efficient and reliable transportation system, writes BusinessDesk senior journalist Oli Lewis.
We chat to two young leaders about their takeaways from the recent 8+8 Shanghai-New Zealand Young Leaders Dialogue, hosted by the Foundation and the New Zealand Consulate General in Shanghai.
The Foundation's executive director Simon Draper looks back on the year that's been and reflects on some of the key activities the Foundation has held and supported over the year.
A new report from the Foundation finds Asia is increasingly shaping global sports trends — but New Zealand needs to do more to help its sporting talent make the most of the region’s opportunities.