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Special Event / Hong Kong
Join Chef Shinichiro Takagi on an exquisite culinary journey, featuring fresh ingredients from Japan's renowned Tsukiji Fish Market and sake pairing from Kanazawa breweries.
Discussion / New York
The Asia Society Policy Institute is delighted to host Australia’s Minister for Foreign Affairs Julie Bishop, who will join us for an address followed by a moderated discussion.
Panel Discussion / Northern California
ASNC and the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco bring experts from CreditEase, McKinsey & Company, Juntos and the SF Fed for this luncheon discussion.
Discussion / Online
Join the Center for Global Education weekly on Thursdays for a Twitter chat on global education topics. This week's chat focuses on teaching our changing environment.
Lecture / Hong Kong
Meet Chef Shinichiro Takagi for an insightful sharing on the art and philosophy of Japanese cuisine.
Discussion / New York
An address by Alan Peter S. Cayetano, Secretary of Foreign Affairs of the Philippines, followed by a moderated discussion on Philippines-U.S. relations with the Hon. Kevin Rudd.
Special Event / Texas
Bringing together both historic and contemporary objects from Asia, Africa, the United States, and Europe, this exhibition showcases the long history, vast geographic expanse, and amazing diversity of works of art in the Islamic world.
Discussion / New York
Thomas Shannon, U.S. Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, discusses the Trump Administration's approach to Asia.
Symposium / Hong Kong
Join philanthropists, scholars, experts, and foundation representatives to explore the future of philanthropy among Chinese and Chinese-Americans.
Panel Discussion / New York
A private dialogue during UNGA focusing on the future workforce in Asia.
Discussion / Texas
Join Asia Society for a discussion with national and local experts on immigration in the United States and the RAISE (Reforming American Immigration for a strong economy) Act.
Discussion / Switzerland
How relations between China, the U.S. and Europe are changing