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This Center for Global Education program features authors of contemporary children’s fiction about the Asian and Asian American experience. Authors will take questions or present an artistic or cultural activity after the reading.
Join Asia Society Japan and engage with one of the world’s foremost scientists who can guide us through the breakthroughs and challenges of AI's evolution. Register for the free webcast, May 25, 8 a.m. Tokyo time.
After two years of virtual celebrations, gather with us in person once again for a festive evening honoring leaders: Eileen Gu, Chloe Kim, Stella Li, Takeshi Niinami, and the cast and crew of "Pachinko."
PUBLIC Come and join one of the premier trade and investment Forums on ASEAN to be held in Melbourne on Monday 23 May 2022 at Grand Hyatt Hotel jointly hosted by the ten ASEAN Heads of Mission based in Canberra.
On our next Members' Guided Tour, we view the exhibition reflecting a hopeful Hong Kong post-lockdown of William Lim, who has twice represented Hong Kong at Venice Biennale’s International Architectural Exhibition.
Join Asia Society in partnership with Holiday House Publishing to explore Asian American voices in children's literature, featuring a panel of best-selling authors and advocates for diversity in children's literature.
Join Asia Society Texas and the Asian American Bar Association of Houston for a film screening of this award-winning documentary, followed by two conversations with key figures from the AAPI and local legal community.
As social media takes hold of the art market, the gap between artist and collector closes, and the potential for global connection grows. Divide By Zero Founder Jacobo Garcia Gil and Artist Mak2 reflect on collector-artist relationships.
In the series finale, we tackle the broad topic of education in the Philippine context. Join us with members of the public and private sector to gather and discuss multi-pronged and intersectional approaches to education reform.
What does the future hold? Our Executive Director S. Alice Mong chats with Antony J. Chan of Arts with the Disabled Association Hong Kong, Özge Ersoy of Asia Art Archive, and Tiffany Pinkstone of Sovereign Art Foundation.
From installations to exhibits, how do gallery artists tap into Hong Kong’s cultural identity? Elaine Chiu, Mark Chung and Angela Yuen take us through their individual practices, and mediums affected by our city skyline.
Curator Erin Li and artist Dony Cheng Hung delve into the curator-artist relationship. They highlight ideas and anecdotes on materiality and emotion as well as the blurry lines between showing and creating art.