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.
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!
China's economy appears destined for failure, the financial bubble forever in peril of popping. Bloomberg Chief Economist Tom Orlik pieces together a unique perspective on China's past, present and possible futures.
Miss having a bowl of authentic Nyonya Laksa from Malaysia? Here is your chance to be the first to try this new InstaLaksa produced in Hong Kong by chef Kevin Lim, who is also the founder of Mean Noodles. During this zoom session
Join our second online Mini-Conference featuring a keynote presentation by Dr. Jue Wang of the University of Leiden, and two parallel breakout sessions with Greenpeace East Asia’s Li Shuo, and the MERICS' John Lee.
China and the U.S. are world powers without serious rivals, and in 2020, the relationship is more tense than ever. Diplomat and scholar Kishore Mahbubani discusses his recent book 'Has China Won?: The Chinese Challenge to American Primacy.'
Take this opportunity to understand more about Shidokan Karate, also known as the “Triathlon of Martial Arts”. Stephanie will continue to guide you through the singing bowls meditation to relax and calm your mind after the fitness workout.