How does China use big data and algorithms to arrest Uighurs? What influence does facial recognition have on systematical monitoring? Join the webcast on these issues with Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian and Megha Rajagopalan.
"TIME WILL TELL" walks you through visual communicator Stanley Wong's (anothermountainman) metamorphosis from commercial work to personal creations, his promotion of well-being, social values, and the discovery of his two distinctive faces.
Setting aside time to connect meaningfully is instrumental to a solid relationship. Each session has a theme and the facilitator will introduce the students some mindfulness practice (breath work, body scan, expression of gratitude).
Start-up founders are leading the charge to create an atmosphere of greater collaboration in the midst of unprecedented disruption. In response to Covid-19, start-up founders are pushing the limits of innovation as society shifts.
The Unfinished Return of Yu Man-hon focuses on Cici Wu’s cultural imaginary and extensive research into the unaccountable disappearance of Yu Man-hon, a mentally disabled and an autistic boy who disappeared in the Hong Kong-Shenzhen border.
WRITING FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE with WRITERS IN THE SCHOOLS (WITS): In this camp just for teens, explore a range of writing from different community voices, and learn to use writing to interrogate and examine what teens see in the world.
Asia Society Texas Center, in partnership with the Houston Korean Education Center, is pleased to offer online Korean Language I classes for adults. This class takes place weekly on Mondays, July through November 2020.
Asia Society Japan Center, is honored to invite, Richard Lloyd Parry, the Asia Editor of The Times to the Policy Salon. He has been in Japan since 1995 and in this session he will cover Emperor Akihito who abdicated in April 2019.