This 4-session summer camp is designed for teenagers (age 10-19). Each session has a chosen theme and the facilitator will introduce the students some mindfulness practice such as breath work, body scan, and expression of gratitude.
Arts administrators in Cambodia and the Mekong region address the issues that the cultural sector faces during the Covid-19 pandemic. Speakers include executives at Cambodian Living Arts and UNESCO's Expert Facility.
[Members Only] In light of recent cyber-attacks, what is the role of Australia in driving new standards and rules for digital behaviour? How can we harness international cooperation and partnerships to shape a cyber resilient region?
Join a special Asia Society members-only virtual book club with activist/educator Dr. Margo Okazawa-Rey to discuss the seminal feminist anthology "This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color."
Sitting on an explosives magazine by the British military in since the 1860s, we are bringing our first architecture camp led by Vicky chan, President of AIA Hong Kong. Inspire the little architect in you!
This week of Summer Art Camp invites artist Chui Pui Chee to lead a Creative Chinese Characters workshop. In this workshop, the artist will take you a trip of Chinese character to learn its structure and meaning.
[Members Only] Can Vietnam leverage its successes in managing public health during Covid-19 into sustained economic growth? How can this contribute to a closer bilateral relationship between Vietnam and Australia?
As Asian Americans are the U.S.'s fastest-growing demographic, what can be done to foster an identity that encourages higher voter turnout? Join Asia Society for a discussion on how to advocate and advance Asian American civic engagement.