New Zealand Asia Institute
The New Zealand Asia Institute (NZAI) undertakes research focusing on engagement with Asia, provides a forum for informed debates, and offers a bridge to Asia-related expertise and research within the University of Auckland.
Empire of Religions: Exploring belief and practice in Imperial Japan and Colonial Korea (All events, New Zealand Asia Institute, Research centres and groups) Event as iCalendar
26 July 2014 - 27 July 2014, 9:30am - 5pmFar from being a marginal aspect of life in the Japanese empire, the category of religion played a central role in Japan’s emergence as a modern empire and in its colonisation of Korea.
The Singapore story: A miracle or a mirage? Can a small nation state defy the odds? (All seminars, Research centres and groups, New Zealand Asia Institute) Event as iCalendar
29 July 2014, 4 - 5pmSingapore is celebrating 50 years of independence in 2015. For 50 years, the global city state has been ruled by an effective but authoritarian one party government, the People’s Action Party (PAP).
About the New Zealand Asia Institute
Welcome to the New Zealand Asia Institute (NZAI).
Research activities conducted by the institute focusing on engagement with Asia.
Meet the NZAI team, Studies Centre Directors, research associates and visitors - read brief profiles and learn more about their research interests.
Our studies centres
Find out about NZAI's four centres - China, Japan, Korea and Southeast Asia.
Links to websites and resources that relate to research on Asia.
How to contact the New Zealand Asia Institute.