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Class / Texas
This 10-week course beginning June 12 provides a basic introduction and foundation in Mandarin Chinese.
Special Event / New York
Join us for an early look at the landmark six-part PBS series "The Story of China" followed by a discussion with Michael Wood and Orville Schell.
Discussion / Texas
Join Asia Society for a dialogue on U.S.-Korea relations with representatives of past South Korean presidential administrations.
Class / Texas
This course is designed for adult students who have learned Pinyin and basic conversation in Chinese, and are ready to advance their skills.
Discussion / New York
An Asia Society Policy Institute breakfast discussion with Kurt Tong, U.S. Consul General to Hong Kong and Macau.
Lecture / Australia
A special dinner at King & Wood Mallesons. Former Legal Advisor to the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Gerard Brennan takes us through Whitlam's pioneering trips to China and early interactions with Beijing. Invite only.
Class / Texas
This course covers topics such as numbers, self-introduction, shopping and ordering food, sharing one's hobbies, talking about date and time, making appointments on the phone, and giving directions.
Class / Hong Kong
Celebrate International Yoga Day at ASHK with a full day of various yoga classes and mindfulness.
Panel Discussion / New York
Join us for a special breakfast program discussing the future of the U.S.- Korea alliance, the Korean Peninsula, and the security of Northeast Asia.
Texas
This interactive summer program offers high school students a deeper understanding of important issues in China.
Conference / Online
The ISSN Leaders Seminar series, held twice a year, is an opportunity for educators and district administrators to learn from one another and deepen their understanding of what makes the ISSN school model so successful.
Conference / Online
The ISSN Leaders Seminar series, held twice a year, is an opportunity for educators and district administrators to learn from one another and deepen their understanding of what makes the ISSN school model so successful.