1 News political reporter Anna Whyte reports on investigating Indonesia's plastic-waste recycling industry, which sees thousands of tonnes of plastic from overseas, including from New Zealand.
Kate Small says she threw herself into the internship experience and didn’t “use the foreigner card” to excuse herself from fully participating in work life.
The Foundation supports undergraduate and post graduate science, IT and engineering students to intern at the R&D campus of the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) in Hsinchu, Taiwan.
Leadership Network members Dana McDiarmid and Garreth Stevens look at disaster risk management in the Philippines and what New Zealand could learn from the archipelago's experiences.
Five Māori entrepreneurs visited Vietnam recently to learn about the country’s rapidly growing tech scene, make industry connections and explore opportunities.
Kia ora. Seeing this is my first newsletter of 2019, I’ll start off by wishing everyone Happy New Year, particularly as lunar new year is currently being celebrated by various Asian communities across
Charlene Leong describes being captivated by the beauty of Japan during her time interning with Mitsubishi Electric's Advanced Machine Learning Group in Tokyo.
From possum fibre eyelashes to personalised skincare, five New Zealand health and beauty entrepreneurs are set to explore opportunities to get their unique products into Southeast Asian markets.
Six arts projects which will challenge New Zealanders’ perceptions of Asian cultures have been awarded grants by the Asia New Zealand Foundation.
Six New Zealand teachers will learn about Indonesia and Islam up close and personal on a two-way exchange starting next week.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation is celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2019.
Asia will play a defining role in the lives of young New Zealanders currently going through our education system – in their careers, their economic prosperity, their personal relationships and their l