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Discussion / New York
A special breakfast event with the Deputy Foreign Minister of Japan, Shinsuke Sugiyama, in conversation with ASPI president Kevin Rudd on Japan's security role in the region and the world.
Discussion / Hong Kong
As the world remembers victims of the genocide on International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Dov Landau, one of the few remaining Holocaust survivors, will share his harrowing story during those years.
Class / Texas
This 10-week course beginning February 1 provides a basic introduction and foundation in Mandarin Chinese.
Panel Discussion / Texas
Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry discusses Pakistan’s role and contribution to peace and security in South Asia.
Film / Hong Kong
On the weekend following International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Asia Society Hong Kong Center will hold an afternoon screening of the film Exodus (1960).
Discussion / Texas
Palden Weinreb discusses how the organizing principles of the physical world inspire his drawings and sculptures.
Performance / Texas
This unique exploration of sound, movement, and process features new and recent works of music and dance focused loosely on the Chinese I Ching, or “Book of Changes.”
Discussion / Australia
One of Australia's most successful next gen entrepreneurs in Asia shares his story of success, failure and persistence
Discussion / New York
Orville Schell moderates a discussion on the results of the Taiwan election with Jerome Cohen, Yu-Jie Chen, and Douglas Paal.
Film / Texas
This inspiring film explores the moral courage of an influential few in the Philippines who saved Jewish lives in Nazi Europe in the days approaching World War II.
Lecture / New York
A discussion with internationally renowned artist, dancer, and choreographer Shen Wei and curator Alexandra Munroe.
Meet the Author / Hong Kong
In “Other People’s Money”, author and industry insider John Kay argues that the finance world’s perceived profitability is not the creation of new wealth, but the sector’s appropriation of wealth.