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31 January
Asia Blog speaks with one of the editors of 'No Enemies, No Hatred,' a collection of writings by Liu, the Chinese dissident and Nobel Peace Prize winner who helped author the 'Charter 08' pro-democracy manifesto.
25 January
Growing up in Taiwan, beef noodle soup was no big thing, it was something we ate when we didn’t have groceries, or when my mom just didn’t feel like cooking.
20 January
I did my fair share of eating, playing, and living in Asia while I was working in Taipei as an English teacher, and as a technical writer for a computer networking company, from 2003 to 2008.
19 January
The expansion of Asian innovation and entrepreneurship within the VIC (Vietnam, India and China) bloc and why Western businesses need to be paying attention to them.
19 January
Whether escaping persecution, poverty or a lack of economic prospects, immigrants have come to the United States for the ideals it represents—freedom, democracy and opportunity.
15 December
Our Young Professionals Group (YPG) is an association of professionals and enthusiasts in their 20s and 30s who share a strong interest in Asia and issues related to Asia and Asian Americans in the U.S.
13 December
Support the Asia Society by joining as a Northern California member today and enjoy worldwide benefits.
6 December
Photos from our December 1 soiree are now up on Facebook. Enjoy, and please "like" ASNC's page!
22 November
Ed Lee’s historic win in San Francisco’s mayoral election on November 8 highlights the strong political influence of the city’s Asian American electorate.
9 November
Envisioned as a roadmap, the Declaration brings attention to the substantial opportunity for economic growth in Asia and North and South America.