A new Asia Society Policy Institute report argues that the U.S. should rethink its withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the regional trade agreement that the United States signed with 11 other countries in 2016.
A new ASPI/Asia Society Australia initiative exploring how COVID-19 is affecting Southeast Asia’s economy, politics, and external relations, and how partners can support the region’s long road to recovery.
To mark the launch of the Asia Society Policy Institute-Asia Society Australia Southeast Asia and COVID-19 project, join us for a 360° look at course of the pandemic in Southeast Asia and its effects on the region’s politics and society.
Biennales, triennials, festivals and fairs are the culmination of a consortium of artists, curators, program directors and partners, among others, who work diligently to bring to life the arts in a multitude of forms.
On Thursday, Oct 21, Asia Society Japan Center will welcome, Dr. Kumi Yokoe of Toyo University’s Department of Global Innovation Studies for a conversation titled, “The 2020 U.S. Elections and Potential Challenges to US-Japan Relations”.
Mining has had an oversized influence on Mongolia’s GDP, leaving behind agriculture as the economy’s former center piece. In this webcast we discuss the main issues around mining with Byambabaatar Ichinkhorloo, Beibei Gu and Emilia Sulek.
In a collaboration with the Zubin Foundation and Hong Kong Unison, the Asia Society Hong Kong Center seeks to address and understand the reality ethnic minorities’ face, but most importantly, have an honest conversation
Asia Society Triennial artistic director Boon Hui Tan and 'Dreaming Together' curator Wendy Ikemoto discuss themes from the exhibition and the possibilities unleashed when people, cultures, and institutions dream in tandem.
“The Traveling Tales of Kim and Kelly” is Karen Mitchell-Sandoval’s new children book that aims at generating conservation regarding travel and global vision. During this storytelling session, you can learn concepts related to passports
Do you have a passion for reading? Do you want to meet the authors? Asia Society Hong Kong Centre and Kids4Kids are now bringing you Young Adventurers’ Book Club, a children friendly program that welcome children and parents.
This talk features the Natural Resources Defense Council's (NRDC) Han Chen in discussion with Martina Fuchs, business journalist and expert on China and the Middle East. Register to participate on Zoom or live at our library.