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13 June
Dr. Yumin Zhao sheds light on China's perspective on the South China Sea, stating that the goal continues to be peace and stability in the region.
31 May
Audiences were inspired by the Texas premiere of H.T. Chen & Dancer's 'South of Gold Mountain,' a tribute to early Chinese settlers in the south.
25 May
Musical ensemble MoKo Musik shares Korean history and culture through both traditional and modern Korean music.
10 May
Asia Society’s jam-packed AsiaFest featured community performances, fusion cuisine, creative activities, local vendors, family engagement, and good times for all ages.
2 May
Pixy Yijun Liao and Barbara Pollack discuss the "We Chat" exhibition, Liao's photography, and contemporary art currently coming from China.
25 April
During his lecture on April 12, Dr. Dudley Poston discussed China’s one-child policy and its global implications.
20 April
Dian Dong and Renouard Gee provide the inside story behind the contemporary performance "South of Gold Mountain."
5 April
During his lecture on March 30, David Firestein discussed the rising tensions in the South China Sea and explored practical policies for the U.S. and China to avoid military conflict.
14 March
The crème de la crème of the bayou city’s business, political and society circles gathered March 9 for Asia Society Texas Center’s Tiger Ball 2016, celebrating contemporary Korea.
21 January
The Honorable Elaine L. Chao, 24th U.S. Secretary of Labor, discussed her experience in public service and the advancements made by women over the last fifty years.