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Masashi Oka is this year’s Business Honoree at ASNC’s Annual Dinner
Interview: Masashi Oka on Baseball, Community and Leadership
The President and CEO of Union Bank offers a glimpse of what it's like to attend public school in New York, fall in love with baseball and lead a global company. more
ASNC is Hiring a Program Associate
Position is open until filled, and will be based in our offices in San Francisco's Financial District. more
ASNC staff and interns with Green Anhui founder Zhou Xiang in summer 2011.
Interns Needed at Asia Society Northern California
Learn the ropes, build your network, and beef up your resume with our San Francisco office! more
Wes enjoys dinner out in Wan Chai. (Wesley Radez)
My Grown-up's Semester Abroad in Hong Kong
Wesley will be attending "Eat, Play, Live" on February 16 and looks forward to sharing more details of his adventures abroad with fellow guests. more

Perry Link on the 'Iconoclast' Chinese Dissident Liu Xiaobo

Perry Link discusses his new anthology of essays and poems by Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo. more
In San Francisco on Jan. 26, Perry Link discusses the new book he edited, No Enemies, No Hatred: Selected Essays and Poems by Liu Xiaobo. (3 min., 52 sec.)
Liu Xiaobo and Democracy in China
Political change in China will be “from the bottom up,” according to China expert and UC Riverside Professor Perry Link. more
One part of Singapore's cityscape.
An American in Singapore
Panelist for upcoming "Eat, Play, Live" shares some of his expat lessons. more
A portion of the cover of Liu Xiaobo's new book 'No Enemies, No Hatred.'

Interview: Perry Link, on the New Book From Chinese Dissident Liu Xiaobo [UPDATED]

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. more
Rebecca A. Fannin (L) and Sean Randolph (R) in San Francisco on January 12, 2012. (Asia Society Northern California)
Will China and India Out-innovate the U.S.?
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. more
Friday Afternoon in San Francisco Bay, by Dong-Kingman.
'A Night at the Immigration Station'
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. more