India — now the second country in the world to pass 20 million coronavirus cases — is reeling under the weight of millions of active infections. Our India center has compiled a list of organizations you can support to aid the nation's fight against COVID.
MEMBER ONLY Join us for a member-only program with David Moult, CEO of Yancoal, and Zoe Whitton, Executive Director of Pollination, to explore how our energy exporters align with progressively tightening emissions caps in Asia.
The first episode brings us to Sri Lanka – the island nation just off the southeastern coast of India. Bhavani Fonseka will share her view on the country's potential, where she sees the biggest challenges, and discuss domestic politics.
Spotlight on Asian Pacific Americans is a biography series for children and families. For our first event, we will feature Duke Kahanamoku, Native Hawaiian competition swimmer who popularized the ancient Hawaiian sport of surfing.
What can people and organizations do to combat escalating acts of racism and xenophobia against Asian Americans? Join Asia Society Texas Center and Asia Society Southern California to learn what immediate and long-term changes are possible.
In collaboration with Misaki Nagaoka, we launch a virtual origami workshop held over Zoom. Learn more about the origins of origami, its role in Japanese society, and its many applications. Kids are most welcome to join in the fun!
"Who Killed Vincent Chin?" is an Academy Award–nominated documentary about the brutal murder of Vincent Chin, a 27-year-old Chinese American, and the subsequent civil rights protest and outrage that followed.
This annual event addresses the challenges and opportunities facing the Asian-Pacific American (APA) community, and other communities within and outside the workplace, amid an ongoing pandemic and rising anti-Asian violence.
The exhibition has been curated by photographer and photographic historian Edward Stokes. Travel with him back in time to view 1950s Hong Kong and Singapore through the lenses of Marjorie Doggett and Lee Fook Chee.
We look forward to welcoming you to our next Members’ Connection Night featuring a Pub Quiz to test your general knowledge. The questions and answers have been designed to surprise, enlighten, amuse and amaze.
In the next installment of Spotlight on Asian Pacific Americans, we will feature Ruth Asawa, Japanese-American sculptor recognized for her wire sculpture, public commissions, and her activism in education.