Asia Society Northern California's Seventh Annual Dinner will feature the presentation of Leadership Awards in the fields of business and policy, arts and culture, and education to three distinguished individuals.
Sweeping his readers from the subdued reverence of the dressing room of Japan's most famous Noh actor, directly into a transvestite bar in the red-light district of Kabukicho, Vollmann explores the enigma surrounding Noh theatre and the traditions th
Muslims from all parts of the world since 9/11 are facing discrimination and even threats of violence. For many young people, this post-9/11 world has sparked a new, if not confusing, relationship with their own identities as Muslims.
Asia Society is pleased to announce the spring commencement of our Mandarin language program on March 1, 2010. The focus will be conversational modern Mandarin Chinese, with emphasis on spoken language and reading pinyin.
Amartya Sen, Professor of Economics and Philosophy, Harvard University has been called the "conscience of his profession" for his work on famine, poverty, gender inequality, human development theory, and welfare economics.
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