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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.
The Night Diary is a heartfelt YA story of one girl's search for home, identity, and a hopeful future during the partition of India and Pakistan in 1947. Join us for a powerful reading followed by a discussion with the author.
How has technology changed the way we perceive art? Artist Chris Cheung, curator Joel Kwong, former MTV Asia executive Henry Middleton and writer Denise Tsui weigh in on trends in and the future of art in the digital arena.
Hidden behind Hong Kong's skyscrapers is a vibrant underground hub for subcultures. Artists Miko Badiola Borje, Joseph Chen, Go Hung and Karen Yu take on an underground art scene that walks the line between fine art and experiment.
How have the boundaries of photography expanded over the years? Four photographers underline their practices in contemporary photography in mediums, such as film, digital, printed paper, and open image making.
Artists, curators and founders uncover the inner workings of independent art spaces in hidden parts of Hong Kong. The panel details how spaces in Sham Shui Po, Tai Kok Tsui, To Kwa Wan and North Point survive.
How can South Korea build its role in multilateral diplomacy and help solve global crises? This discussion covers the Yoon Suk-yeol administration’s prospects to advance South Korea's middle power status and uphold the rules-based order.
How does China see the world and its role in it? Asia Society President Kevin Rudd will talk about China's relationships with Europe and the U.S., its stance on the war in Ukraine, and the way domestic developments affect foreign policy.
Watch a screening of We Don't Dance for Nothing, a photo montage love letter to Filipina domestic workers of Hong Kong, and participate in the post-screening chat with director Stefanos Tai, and artists Xyza Cada and Miles Sible.