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(Asia Society Northern California)
ASNC Young Professionals Group
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. more
Become an Asia Society Member!
Support the Asia Society by joining as a Northern California member today and enjoy worldwide benefits. more
1st in a series: Asia Society Northern California's 2011 Wine and Art Holiday Party!
ASNC Wine + Art Holiday Party Photos
Photos from our December 1 soiree are now up on Facebook. Enjoy, and please "like" ASNC's page! more
Edward Lee, the first Asian American Mayor of San Francisco, speaks at San Francisco City Hall on Jan. 11, 2011. (Kimihiro Hoshino/AFP/Getty Images)
Race as Politics in San Francisco's Mayoral Election
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. more
A Malaysian silk vendor arranges her wares. (U.S. Department of State)
San Francisco Declaration: A Promising Future for Women of APEC Countries
Envisioned as a roadmap, the Declaration brings attention to the substantial opportunity for economic growth in Asia and North and South America. more
Charlie McElwee (C) speaks as fellow panelists Ryan Schuchard (L) and Alex Wong (R) listen, in San Francisco on Sept. 27, 2011. (chinadialogue.net)
The Current State of Environmental Law and Activism in China
On the heels of the JinkoSolar scandal, legal, NGO, business, and financial experts report on doing business in China while complying with environmental regulations. more
Green Anhui director Zhou Xiang. (Asia Society Northern California)
Zhou Xiang: Green Activism in China, 'The Grassroots Way'
Leading Chinese environmental activist says, "Most of all, NGOs in China need time." more
Maxine Hong Kingston in San Francisco on April 21, 2011. (Asia Society Northern California)
Maxine Hong Kingston on the 'Broad Margin' of Her Life
A major figure in Asian American writing reflects on her life and legacy at a book event in San Francisco. more
Re-cycling the Roads
A panel of experts discuss bicycle culture and policy in the U.S. and China. more
In San Francisco on Mar. 24, 2011, Steve Vogel analyzes the effects of the March 11 disaster (and afterwards) on Japan's political culture. (4 min., 17 sec.)
Two Weeks On, Japan Deals with Nukes, Politics and Costs of Devastation
Experts assess the extent of Japan's devastation. more