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Six decades after a landmark law brought millions of Asian Americans to the U.S., recent events reaffirm how tenuous the status of that population is. Read Jia Lynn Yang's essay in Asia Society Magazine.
A senior specialist at Kyoto National Museum, Melissa Rinne, will give us an insider’s introduction to the museum and shed light on how Japanese national museums are managed and how they differ from museums abroad.
A panel discussion with experts from CNB, Savills, and McKinsey followed by a fireside chat with Vincent Lo will cover perspectives from Shanghai, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Los Angeles. Both conversations moderated by Richard Green.
JapanCraft21 Director Steve Beimel will take a hard look at the current situation around Japan’s Master Crafts tradition — why the system is faltering, what can be done to turn it around, and the actions that JapanCraft21 is taking.
In the next episode of our Chairman’s Dialogue Series Mr. Chan will be joined by representatives from Mitvim – The Israeli Institute for Regional Foreign Policies, a foreign policy think tank, for a panel discussion on the regions affairs.
Join our talk about changing work ethics in Asia with Ian Lee, Regional President Asia Pacific at The Adecco Group, and sociologist Nilanjan Raghunath, assistant professor at Singapore University of Technology and Design and author of Shapi