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Why should a preacher pray? Kiwimade Preaching blog, 1 March
Grand designs, Anchor church, devotional, 24 February
Book review of Gerhard Hoffstaedter’s ‘Modern Muslim Identities: Negotiating Religion and Ethnicity in Malaysia’, New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, 14 (2): 133-134
Will you meet Christ this Christmas? Anchor Church newsletter, devotional, 9 December
Review of ‘Welcome to our world? Immigration and the making of New Zealand’ by Paul Spoonley and Richard Bedford, New Zealand Sociology, 27 (2): 216-222
‘In my humble opinion’, Stimulus: The New Zealand Journal of Christian Thought and Practice, 19 (3): 38-43
‘Benign neglect: New Zealand, ASEAN and Southeast Asia’, New Zealand International Review, 37 (6): 21-23
Book review of ‘Transmigration and the New Chinese’, edited by Manying Ip, Journal of Chinese Overseas, 8 (2012): 302-303
‘On holiness’, Colloquium: The Australian and New Zealand Theological Review, 44 (2): 194-207
Book review: Australia in International Politics: An Introduction to Australian Foreign Policy (3rd edition) by Stewart Firth, New Zealand International Review, 37, 5 (2012): 28
‘Students, soldiers, sports, sheep and the silver-screen: New Zealand’s soft power in ASEAN and Southeast Asia‘, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 34, 2 (2012): 249-73
Taiwan – New Zealand bilateral relations. Prepared remarks to the inaugural Track II dialogue between the Asia New Zealand Foundation and the Prospect Foundation, in Taipei.
Beyond students, soldiers and sentiment: New Zealand, Southeast Asia and ASEAN, Wellington: Asia New Zealand Foundation
Mind the gap: How New Zealand and Australia think of Asia’, The Interpreter: The weblog o f the Lowy Institute for International Policy, 16 April
“‘Being a good neighbour’: New Zealand and Track Two Diplomacy in Southeast Asia‘., in James Headley, Andreas Reitzig and Joe Burton (eds.), Public Participation in Foreign Policy, Palgrave Macmillan, pp.134-152
Book review of Vinoth Ramachandra’s Subverting Global Myths, in Canvas, 63, Autumn 2012, p. 22
Book review of Michael Wesley’s ‘There goes the neighbourhood: Australia and the rise of Asia’, New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, 13 (2): 122-124
‘US-Sino relations a recurring theme at talks with China and Vietnam’, Asia:NZ Online, 5 December
‘New Zealand: Better with Australia’, The Interpreter: The weblog of the Lowy Institute for International Policy (20 October)
“They do not lead sanitary lives”: New Zealanders’ Perceptions of India and Indians in 2010, Communication Journal of New Zealand 12(1): 8-28
‘Rugby Diplomacy’, The Interpreter: The weblog of the Lowy Institute for International Policy (9 September)
‘Not future perfect’, Kiwimade Preaching: Exploring biblical preaching through New Zealand, July 12
Book review: New Zealand and International Migration, Volume 5 (edited by Trlin, Spoonley and Bedford), New Zealand Sociology, pp.163-165
‘Inside the Kiwi mind: Poll results’, The Interpreter: The blog of the Lowy Institute for International Policy, 12 April.
‘A sin of omission: New Zealand’s export education industry and foreign policy’ (with Terry McGrath), in C. Holden, M. Kilkey and G. Ramia (eds.), Social Policy Review 23: Analysis and debate in social policy 2011, Bristol: The Policy Press.
‘Inv-Asian’: Print Media Constructions of Asians and Asian Immigrants (with Paul Spoonley) in J. Leckie and P. Voci (eds.), Localizing Asia in Aotearoa, Wellington: Dunmore Press, 2011.
‘Through the earthquake, wind and fire’, Kiwimade Preaching: Exploring biblical preaching through New Zealand, January 24.
‘Demography, diaspora and diplomacy: New Zealand’s Asian Challenges’, New Zealand Population Review, 36: 137-157
‘Indian students in NZ: Australia as a cautionary tale’, The Interpreter: The blog of the Lowy Institute for International Policy, 16 December.
‘New Zealand: different in important ways’, The Interpreter: The blog of the Lowy Institute for International Policy, 7 December.
‘Enhancing community engagement of international students using computer-mediated communities’ (with Terry McGrath, Palash Biswas, Claire Hastings and Rashmi Kant’, in F. Falloon (ed.) 21st ISANA International Education Conference Association Proceedings, The Gap, Queensland, Australia.
‘Community engagement and study to work transitions: Recommendations from Asia-born New Zealand-educated business graduates’ (with Vivienne Anderson, Terry McGrath, Chze Ping Cheng, Akira Doi and Paul Stock’, in F. Falloon (ed.) 21st ISANA International Education Association Conference Proceedings, The Gap, Queensland, Australia.
‘New Zealand white paper echoes Australian anxieties’, The Interpreter: The blog of the Lowy Institute for International Policy, 2 November.
“International students and New Zealand’s future“, Journal of International Education and Business, 1 (1): 9-26
“Go from your country”: Missiological implications of Asian Christians in New Zealand (with George Wieland), Stimulus: The New Zealand Journal of Christian Thought and Practice, 18(1): 2-8
‘The Asia New Zealand Foundation and its research programme’, New Zealand Sociology, 24 (2): 102-112
‘The Olympic Effect: New Zealanders’ Perceptions of China in 2008′, The New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, 11(2): 1-18
‘Where is our hope?’, Refresh: The Journal of Contemplative Spirituality – Special Issue: Recession, 9 (2): 45-46.
‘Choices and expectations of Asia-born, New Zealand trained business graduates’ (with Terry McGrath, Vivienne Anderson, Ching Chze Pheng, Akira Doi and Paul Stock) in Felicity Falloon (ed.), Conference Proceedings of the 20th ISANA International Education Association Conference, Hotel Realm, Canberra. Queensland: The Gap.
‘International students and international relations: Bridging the gap between education and foreign policies’, in Felicity Falloon (ed.) Conference Proceedings of the 20th ISANA International Education Association Conference, 1-4 December 2009, Hotel Realm, Canberra. Queensland: The Gap.
‘Friends, foreign and domestic: (re) converging New Zealand’s export education and foreign policies’, Policy Quarterly, 5, 4: 64-70.
‘Migrant Christian communities in New Zealand: Observations and Missiological Reflections’ (with George Wieland). Paper presented at the ANZAMS [Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Mission Studies] Conference ‘From Edinburgh 1910 World Mission Conference to Edinburgh 2010 – Witnessing to Christ Today: Perspectives from Aotearoa/New Zealand’, Laidlaw College, Auckland, October 31, 2009
(with Terry McGrath and Paul Stock), ‘Once Returned, Twice Forgotten? Asian Students Returning Home After Studying in New Zealand‘, in R. Bedford, W. Friesen and A. Zodgekar (eds.), New Zealand Population Review, 33 & 34: 235-248
‘Reporting superdiversity: The mass media and immigration in New Zealand’ (with Paul Spoonley), Journal of Intercultural Studies, 30 (4), pp.355-372
The grand-daddy of track two dialogues, The Interpreter: The weblog of the Lowy Institute for International Policy
Q & A, Asia:NZ Online
Two different approaches to the Asia Pacific regional dialogue, Asia:NZ Online
Australia, New Zealand and Asia – shifting priorities, Asia:NZ Online
‘”Well they’re very good citizens: New Zealanders’ perceptions of Asia’ in J. Leckie (ed.) Sites: A Journal of Social Anthropology and Cultural Studies, Special Issue: Asia and Aotearoa (5), 2, pp.5-30
‘Why should Asia matter to Christchurch?’ Speech to the Intercultural Assembly, 13 May
Thinking about re-entry in new ways, Presentation by video for the I-Care Conference, Washington DC, May 28-June 1
‘Engaging Asian Communities in New Zealand – An Investigation of what works’ (with Terry McGrath, Hilary Smith, John Pickering and Yvette Koo) in Williamson, A., and De Souza, R. (eds), in Researching with Communities: Grounded perspectives on engaging communities in research (pp.385-397), Auckland & London: Muddy Creek Press.
“And therefore, I have hope…” Stimulus: The New Zealand Journal of Christian Thought and Practice, (16), 4.
‘Handmaiden or Collaborator: Research in the Public Space‘ in B. Curtis, S. Matthewman and T. McIntosh (eds.), Public Sociologies: Lessons and Trans-Tasman Comparisons, TASA/SAANZ Joint Conference Proceedings, Department of Sociology, University of Auckland
‘Not a Western Story: The Christian faith and migrant communities in New Zealand‘, Aotearoa Ethnic Journal, 2 (2)
Friends and Allies: The Impact of Returning Asian students on New Zealand-Asian relationships (with Terry McGrath and Paul Stock), Outlook Paper 05, Wellington: Asia New Zealand Foundation.
“The whole world in his hands”, Stimulus: The New Zealand Journal of Christian Thought and Practice, 15 (1).
‘The Impact of Returning Asian Students on NZ-Asian relationships’ (with Terry McGrath and Paul Stock) in Sanderson, G. (ed.) Conference Proceedings of the 18th ISANA International Education Conference, 27 – 30 November 2007, Stamford Grand, Glenelg, South Australia, Australia. [CD]
Being Accepted: The Experience of Social Exclusion and Discrimination by Migrants and Refugees in New Zealand (with Paul Spoonley and Andrew Trlin), Auckland: Massey University
‘Fare thee well? Five years on from Alan Jamieson’s A Churchless Faith’, Stimulus, 14 (4)
‘Social cohesion: A policy and indicator framework for assessing immigrant and host outcomes’, (with Paul Spoonley, Robyn Peace and Damian O’Neill), Social Policy Journal of New Zealand, 24
‘Immigration and social cohesion: developing an indicator framework for measuring the impact of settlement policies in New Zealand’, (with Paul Spoonley, Robyn Peace and Damian O’Neill), Ministry of Social Development Working Paper 01/05
Engaging Asian Communities in New Zealand (with Terry McGrath, John Pickering and Hilary Smith), Wellington: Asia New Zealand Foundation
‘Encountering Mortality, Encountering Grace’, Reality, 68
Pulpit: Love, Actually, Stimulus: The Journal of Christian Thought and Practice, 13, 4
‘International students in New Zealand : needs and responses’, (with Terry McGrath), International Education Journal, 5, 4: 540-551
‘Viewing pastoral care as a key component in sustaining New Zealand’s export education industry’ (with Terry McGrath), Internationalisation: Practical Solutions. Proceedings of the 16th ISANA International Education Conference 2005, 29 November-2 December. Melbourne: ISANA
Campus community linkages in the pastoral care of international students (with Terry McGrath)
‘International students in New Zealand: Needs and responses’, International Education Journal, 5 (4)
‘A generation adrift: Church and the 20-somethings’, Reality, 61
Review Essay: Manying Ip’s ‘Unfolding History, Evolving Identity: The Chinese in New Zealand’, New Zealand Sociology, 19(1): 169-171
Quality care? Export education policies in New Zealand from 1999 to 2002. Access:Critical perspectives on Communication, Cultural and Policy Studies, 23, 2: 21-31
‘Educate, Consolidate, Immigrate: Educational Immigration in Auckland’, Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 45, 2: 255-278
‘Departures and Arrivals: International Students’ Return to their Countries of Origin’, Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 13, 3: 275-303
‘Going home: the gospel and our culture(s)‘, Stimulus: The New Zealand Journal of Christian Thought and Practice, 12 (3): 39-40
The school of fish: lessons for New Zealand’s export education industry’, New Zealand Education Review, 9, 9:5
‘Three’s Company: Reflections on International Education Conferences’, New Zealand Education Review
‘Whither International Students? University Reforms in New Zealand 1984-1999’, New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 38 (2):151-164
‘In loco parentis: the challenges of foreign fee-paying students in primary schools’, New Zealand Education Review, 8, 39:6
‘Export Gold: International Students in New Zealand’, Real Issues, Maxim Institute
‘A Grief Observed: Grief Experiences of East Asian Students returning to their countries of origin’, Journal of Studies in International Education, Vol.6, No.4, Winter, 2002, 370-384
A review of the literature on non-standard work and the new economy, Labour Market Dynamics Research Programme, Paper No. 9. Palmerston North: Massey University
Young people, alcohol and safer public spaces, (with Alison Greenaway et al) Auckland: APHRU
‘Teach a Village: A Christian Approach to International Education’, Stimulus: The Journal of Christian Thought and Practice, 10, 2: 16-18.
‘Home is where the heart is: the re-entry of international students into their countries of origin’, World Views 6:12-15.
Nga Tangata: Partnership in Providing Services to International Students (with Terry McGrath, Lian Hong Lim and Lorna Revis). Auckland, Asia Pacific Migration Research Network.
‘The Weakest Link’, Challenge Weekly, 28
‘World Class in New Zealand? A Review of International Education Policy in New Zealand’, Real World 24
‘Telling the Time: TSCF and Cross-cultural Communication’, Canvas, 26, 3: 6-7
‘Before we were famous’, Friendship Forum, October 2002, 2
‘A Place to Rest’, Reality: Christian Thoughts on Today’s World. 9, 50: 35-39
The Governance of Services for International Students within the New Zealand tertiary education system (with Terry McGrath), Submission to the Tertiary Education Advisory Commission2000 ‘International students and the internationalisation of education in Australia and New Zealand’, Norrag News 27:12-15.