The Asia New Zealand Foundation is pleased to announce the names of three theatre professionals who will take part in the Foundation's first Performing Arts Tour to China and Thailand.
Fifteen New Zealand teachers headed to Seoul last week for the 2016 Korean Studies Workshop for Australasian educators.
The Foundation’s education director, Jeff Johnstone, joined 30 school principals from the Waikato on their visit to Singapore in April.
Fairfax journalists Mike Scott and Matt Rilkoff had spent nearly three weeks in Nepal on a Foundation media travel grant before the April 25 earthquake struck.
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.
Chinese New Year celebrations are increasingly well known and well attended by New Zealanders across the country, but the Lunar New Year is also celebrated in other Asian countries.
I took up the role of Executive Director on 31 August 2015. During the last nine months of the reporting period Adele Mason was the Acting Executive Director.
Artist Hayley King (aka Flox) recently returned from Taiwan where she spent three months as an artist in residence at Taipei Artist Village. Making it a family affair, accompanying King on the trip wa
Top young New Zealand professionals visited Sri Lanka in December to deepen their knowledge of South Asia on an Asia New Zealand Foundation forum.
A group of teachers hailing from Invercargill to Whangarei will swap their classrooms for the skyscrapers, bustling streets and traditional alleyways of Shanghai on a Foundation study tour.
NZ School principal Bernadette Murfitt and deputy principal Donna McDonald visited Indonesia in April on our Indonesia Cultural Connections Trip. Check out their story!
This report presents the results of a survey of the general New Zealand public about their perceptions of Asia and Asian peoples and their knowledge of the Asian region. It was conducted by Colmar Bru