Drawn from the Mohammed Afkhami Collection, Asia Society Museum's “Rebel, Jester, Mystic, Poet: Contemporary Persians” exhibition brings works by more than 20 artists from Iran and its diaspora to New York through May 8, 2022.
[IN-PERSON] At our next Members' Connection Night, Gerry Kuo takes us through his Deadman Brewery and talks about brewing high-quality beer in Hong Kong. You won't want to miss out tasting some of the finest craft beer!
[IN-PERSON] A unique throat-chanting session led by musical collective i_is_one helps you attain inner harmony, and opens new doors to experiences with sound. Conducted in Cantonese with English interpretation.
[IN-PERSON AND ONLINE] Family in the Bubble tells director Minji Ma's personal story of reconnection, when she returns to her family after years of absence. The talk details the impact of the economic crisis of the 90s on her generation.
PUBLIC In an era of strategic competition, why do women continue to be under-represented in tech sectors? Join Asia Society Australia for a discussion on the educational, organisational, and cultural inequalities of women in STEM.
Join ASPI for the launching of 'Stacking the Deck,' a new report on China’s influence in digital rule-setting, the role of the Belt and Road Initiative and Digital Silk Road, and the implications for global technology competition.
Through this partnership with AARP, adult learners experience Houston's Asiatown through historic and contemporary photos and stories and create art through a hands-on activity celebrating Asian culture.
Visit a 154 years old distillery in Japan! Our virtual tour takes you to one of the distilleries of Hamada Syuzou, a shochu brand started in 1868. Listen to shochu craftsmen explaining the production process.
[IN-PERSON AND ONLINE] Eight speakers share with us the talent acquisition process in digital world today, including those who are attracted by Finland. Join us to know more about the popular 90 Days a Finn program in attracting talents.
Screening and Talk with Artist Denise Bertschi. Through a montage fraught with tension, the myth of Swiss neutrality is deconstructed while the ‘colonial gaze’ becomes palpable in the encounter with the ‘other’.
Founder & Executive Chairman of Paidy, Russell Cummer, will tell us his story, the challenges he faced, the threats he overcame, and why Japan is indeed a land of opportunity for entrepreneurs and start-ups.