The North Asia CAPE welcomes a plurality of perspectives to facilitate important conversations about New Zealand’s role in global trade, economic, education, and cultural relationships.
We joined with Destination Rotorua to support local tourism operators as part of our commitment to the China NZ Year of Tourism 2019. Find out more about the workshops
In partnership with NZ China Cross-Border Electronic Commerce Foundation (NZCCC), we hosted two successful e-commerce workshops in Palmerston North and Queenstown. Learn more about the e-commerce sessions
Find out why a number of attendees describe the Japan Strategy workshops as "perfect". Read about the Japan Strategy workshops
Dance, food, culture and fun shared the spotlight as teachers of Korean and Japanese languages, and their students, explored the value of language learning.
We joined with KEA and the alumni offices from NZ universities to bring together Kiwi alumni for an evening of business networking and a fascinating panel discussion on "the war on talent in China". Read more about the alumni event
Lawyer and Mandarin-speaker Nathalie Harrington explored the intimate relationship between language, culture and NZ's engagement on the global stage. Read and watch!
The Agreement of Exchange aims to build “mutual understanding and friendship between New Zealand and Japan” through study tours to the Ishikawa region. Read more about the agreement
A new series of workshops on China e-commerce and e-payments are being offered to local exporters, marketers, inbound tourism operators, and service providers in Central Otago. Find out more and register
Cyber security expert Dr Joe Burton discusses the wide-ranging impacts of cyber insecurity - on our businesses, our economy, and our social and geopolitical networks. Find out more
Dr Alan Bollard examined the main drivers of economic change in the Asia-Pacific.
Regions are the beneficiaries of a new collaboration between two national organisations - North Asia CAPE and NZCCC - committed to building stronger trade connections with China.
Professor David Shambaugh is a world-renowned authority on contemporary China.
Korea NZ Business Council boss Simon Appleton gives insights and advice to NZ businesses engaging with South Korea.
Business journalist Rod Oram delivers an informed examination of Fonterra’s performance in China.
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Find out why participants hail the workshops as "perfect".Read more