We are seeing quite a lot of activity on the “opening up’ scene across the country with Bali reopening on 14th October to five countries who are relatively safe: China, Japan, S. Korea, Dubai, and New Zealand.
Mana Aoturoa is a Maori term that refers to exploration of our environment and curiosity about the world. It is a key strand of our Early Years programme and we believe that this sets the foundation to develop lifelong learners.
The New Zealand Ambassador to Indonesia, H.E. Jonathan Austin told Alistair Speirs about recent developments in the the country: their fight against the pandemic, lessons to be learned, and future plans.
ANZA was created almost 50 years ago by Australian and New Zealand expat spouses who recognised that by coming together they were able to provide caring support, and social opportunities for each other.
In its 11th year, BritCham’s Giving Kids A Sporting Chance gave 60 children the opportunity to have their first go at rugby, all under the watchful eyes of Byron Kelleher, the recently retired charismatic New Zealand All Blacks.
New Zealand School Jakarta brings the sense of community as a foundation to build good school ecosystem.
“Taste New Zealand” returned this October with a focus on New Zealand’s innovations in food technology.
With impressive skills under his belt, Revo is now all set to embark on a culinary arts course at Le Cordon Bleu in New Zealand.
The Australian and New Zealand Association (ANZA) Jakarta held its Annual Charity Ball at the Fairmont on 21 September.
“Pete’s Dragon” was shot on four different locations in New Zealand, and if you want to follow in the footsteps of adventurous Pete and Elliot, they are all worth a visit.
Despite her busy schedule as the President of Australia and New Zealand Association (ANZA), Carmel Gleeson is always on the lookout for great food and atmosphere. Here are Gleeson's favourite restaurants around Jakarta