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Six decades after a landmark law brought millions of Asian Americans to the U.S., recent events reaffirm how tenuous the status of that population is. Read Jia Lynn Yang's essay in Asia Society Magazine.
JapanCraft21 Director Steve Beimel will take a hard look at the current situation around Japan’s Master Crafts tradition — why the system is faltering, what can be done to turn it around, and the actions that JapanCraft21 is taking.
Join us on Tuesday, July 5th at 12 PM CET when we have the privilege to be in conversation with Dr. Ruth Shapiro and Maja Spanu, about trends in philanthropy in Asia and France as a part of our philanthropy series
In the next episode of our Chairman’s Dialogue Series Mr. Chan will be joined by representatives from Mitvim – The Israeli Institute for Regional Foreign Policies, a foreign policy think tank, for a panel discussion on the regions affairs.
Join our talk about changing work ethics in Asia with Ian Lee, Regional President Asia Pacific at The Adecco Group, and sociologist Nilanjan Raghunath, assistant professor at Singapore University of Technology and Design and author of Shapi
Join us on for an online “Meet the Author” conversation with Professor Jing Tsu, author of "The Kingdom of Characters: The Language Revolution That Made China Modern", moderated by Vincent Ni, China Affairs correspondent for The Guardian.
Let your kids learn more about heritage conservation through our heritage tour and workshop! Explore our site with a heritage camera and get our exclusive story book. 讓你的孩子透過我們的古跡導賞和工作坊瞭解更多關於古跡保育的知識吧！以古蹟相機盡情探索本中心會址，以及獲得我們出版的獨家繪本。
Designed to prepare high school students for leadership roles in an increasingly interconnected world, this session will the dynamics of international military strategy and national defense in the Asia Pacific region.
In partnership with the Houston Korean Education Center, expand your knowledge of language and culture with our Level I Korean language classes for adults! This class takes place weekly on Mondays, July through November.
MANGA POP!: In our most popular camp, create your own comics inspired by the Japanese manga style! Beginner and Advanced students alike will learn new skills to bring comics to life on paper and on the web to show off at our Comic Con.
In partnership with the Houston Korean Education Center, expand your knowledge of language and culture with our Level I Korean language classes for adults! This class takes place weekly on Tuesdays, July through November.