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The Singapore-New Zealand relationship

The Republic of Singapore, a tiny island-state in Southeast Asia, is one of New Zealand's closest friends. Both nations enjoy strong trade, military and people-to-people links. Most recently, New Zeal

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Opinion: Beyond the 'rare glimpse' of North Korea

The problems in North Korea are manifold, but pre-existing narrative frameworks that treat the country as a bizarre joke prevent us from thinking about the nation and its society in a nuanced and cons

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Simon Draper's April 2017 Update

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Japan 101 for departing womens sevens team

Saint Mary’s College Seven’s Rugby Team travelled to Fukuoka, Japan, on Wednesday to take part in the Sanix World Rugby Youth Tournament. Before leaving, they tested out their chopstick skills, practi

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New Centres of Asia Pacific Excellence welcomed

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Language learning in primary schools critical step for New Zealand's success

The Asia New Zealand Foundation welcomes the announcement of a programme to make available at least 10 priority languages in New Zealand primary schools.

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Changes on Hong Kong's horizon

David Whitwam is the Chairman of the New Zealand Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong. While in New Zealand for a series of Hong Kong New Zealand Business Association speaking engagements, Whitwam spoke t

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An inspiring experience at
the World Economic Forum

Leadership Network member Shruthi Vijayakumar describes attending the World Economic Forum (WEF) on ASEAN in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. She was one of 25 people under the age of 30 representing the WEF Glo

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"Invaluable" business internship in dynamic Vietnam

Business intern Daryn Govender describes the hustle and bustle of Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), where he lived for three months working at professional services company KPMG.

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Journalist investigates Māori - Taiwanese links

With support from the Asia New Zealand Foundation, Māori Television journalist Talisa Kupenga travelled to Taiwan in late 2016 as part of a three-person Māori delegation to build connections between M

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Business intern determined to thrive in vibrant Ho Chi Minh

An open mind and determination to thrive saw business intern Jay Sinclair make the most of his three-month internship in Vietnam at professional services company KPMG.

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Indonesian election adds spice to media internship

Timaru journalist Megan Sutherland, a Canterbury University graduate, spent six weeks in Jakarta interning for Agence France Presse (AFP), during which she covered Jakarta's incumbent governor as he s

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