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Discussion / New York
The Hon. Kevin Rudd and Dr. Graham Allison discuss whether or not conflict between China and the U.S. is inevitable, and what can be done to avoid it.
Discussion / Hong Kong
An evening conversation and food tasting of unique Indonesian spices, ceremonial specialties and spice-inspired art installation.
Film / New York
Highlighting some of the most exciting new voices in cinema, New York Japan CineFest presents two nights of short films by emerging Japanese and Japanese American filmmakers.
Discussion / Hong Kong
This insightful discussion will walk us through the inception of the Irrawaddy Literary Festival and the many hoops of obstacle to connect the long-silenced Myanmar writers with international literary community.
Discussion / Switzerland
A special event on Japanese tradition and culture
Film / Texas
A young Indian man relocates to 1970s Chicago to become an engineer, but when his job falls through, resorts to an elaborate charade with misfit friends in order to woo his childhood sweetheart.
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 planning your global summer professional development.
Film / New York
Highlighting some of the most exciting new voices in cinema, New York Japan CineFest presents two nights of short films by emerging Japanese and Japanese American filmmakers.
Panel Discussion / Hong Kong
An insightful evening discussion the artists’ idiosyncratic visual lingo to discover how their works reflect the past inhabitants and what stories they had in the "Hi! Houses" project.
Film / Hong Kong
A French documentary that tells the story of how a director of the Louvre museum and his team during WWII saved priceless art works from the Nazis. Come and see how these unknown heroes saved the Louvre!
Texas
The first ExploreAsia summer camp session (June 5-9) explores social issues and changes in Asia.
Panel Discussion / Hong Kong
A documentary screening followed by an eye-opening panel discussion on the struggle to save two unique wildlife species.