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21 March
Asia Society Texas Center announces the appointment of Stephanie Todd Wong as the new Director of Arts & Culture.
4 March
'South of Gold Mountain' shares the stories of Chinese immigrants who settled in the southern United States prior to World War II.
24 February
Asia Society Texas Center's inaugural Young Leaders Institute prepares high school students for the challenges of the 21st century job market.
9 February
"We Chat: A Dialogue in Contemporary Chinese Art," opening March 26, explores how young artists born after the end of China's Cultural Revolution are challenging the traditional notions of Chinese identity.
3 February
February 9 through 14, 2016 will be a very special week for Asia Society Texas Center. Kicking off Lunar New Year, guests of Asia Society will receive “free” admission into the Drawn from Nature exhibition in honor of Madame Y. Ping Sun.
27 November
Asia Society Texas Center’s holiday tradition of “FREE” admission into its latest exhibition continues this year with 'Drawn from Nature' throughout December.
21 October
Mrs. Allen was recognized for by the Ministry for her esteemed service in the promotion of mutual understanding between Japan and the United States of America.
8 October
'Yeesookyung: Contemporary Korean Sculpture' features large biomorphic works by the artist made from reassembled ceramic shards.
24 September
This world premiere multi-media performance responds to DJ Sun's recent journey to China to explore his family history.
11 September
Asia Society Texas Center’s first-ever exhibition dedicated to the natural environment, brings together a group of contemporary artists for whom nature plays a pivotal role in the inspiration for, and execution of, their artworks.