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New Centres of Asia Pacific Excellence welcomed

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Filipinos celebrate old traditions and new beginnings in Wellington

Each year, thousands of tourists visit towns and cities all over the Philippines to experience famous parades and fiestas like Sinulog in Cebu City, Masskara in Bacolad, Dinagyang in Iloilo City, and

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Journalist shocked by conditions for banana growers

Radio NZ digital features producer Tess McClure and videographer Luke McPake travelled to the Philippines to report on the conditions of the Filipino workers who produce New Zealand’s bananas.

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Being Anglo-Indian in NZ - Frederica's story

As I was beginning this research, a Facebook post made it into my newsfeed: it told of the 1869 arrival of Mrs Frederica Hay to Dunedin, with her husband, Robert Hay.

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Harnessing New Zealand’s
connections with Southeast Asia

A new Asia New Zealand Foundation report shines a light on the depth of New Zealand’s relationship with Southeast Asia, particularly the people-to-people links.

Entrepreneurship / News
Kiwi innovators to explore Vietnam tech opportunities

New Zealand tech entrepreneurs will experience Vietnam’s burgeoning tech industry on an Asia New Zealand Foundation visit.

Education / News
Shanghai trip to inspire New Zealand teachers

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.

Arts / News
Tour to build theatrical ties between New Zealand and Asia

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.

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South Korea 101 for New Zealand teachers

Fifteen New Zealand teachers headed to Seoul last week for the 2016 Korean Studies Workshop for Australasian educators.

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Waikato principals visit Singapore

The Foundation’s education director, Jeff Johnstone, joined 30 school principals from the Waikato on their visit to Singapore in April.

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Journalists caught up
in Nepal earthquake

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.

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Philippines: Small communities still reeling from Typhoon Yolanda

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.

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