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Family Activity / Hong Kong
Creative family workshop in the spirit of the L’ Arche de Noé racontée par Van Cleef & Arpels Installation.
Conference / Online
Each year the Global Education & Skills Forum brings together world leaders from the public, private and social sectors seeking solutions to achieving education, equity and employment for all.
Networking Event / New York
Make new professional and personal connections in an evening of networking, art, and ambiance with the LGBT community.
Discussion / Online
Join the Center for Global Education at Asia Society weekly on Thursdays for a Twitter chat on global education topics. This week's chat is led by special guest Kate Starbird, @katestarbird, on the topic, "Fake News."
Panel Discussion / Hong Kong
This panel will discuss the role that Western opera plays artistically, culturally and economically in Hong Kong, both for its own sake, but also in Hong Kong’s quest to achieve and maintain its status as a “world city”.
Special Event / Switzerland
For Asia Society Switzerland members only
Film
Watch Academy Award-winning director Ruby Yang's latest documentary and stay for the Q&A with her after the screening, concluding with a special performance by the San Francisco Conservatory of Music.
Discussion / Hong Kong
Michelle A. Williams explores an ambitious health agenda that will help women live longer, happier and healthier.
Discussion / Australia
Join Asia Society, KPMG and the High Commissioner of India as we roadmap a way to strengthen this important bilateral relationship
Meet the Author / New York
Howard W. French, former New York Times Asia correspondent and author of China's Second Continent, will speak with Orville Schell about his book.
Meet the Author / Hong Kong
Jim Stent assess the transformation in governance and management of banks in China over the past 15 years, and how the party-state in China’s hybrid market socialist economy has made effective use of banks in driving economic development.
Discussion / Hong Kong
Using real-life stories from across the world, panelists take a holistic view of education to discuss how to better provide the types of education that people really need.