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A conversation aiming to delve into the implications of India’s G20 Presidency on Indian business, and its potential to promote global investment, support multilateral trade, and elevate India’s voice as a champion for the developing world.
Join Asia Society Texas for a screening of ‘Blurring the Color Line,' a documentary that explores the experience of Asian Americans in the Jim Crow Era South, plus a live discussion with director Crystal Kwok.
As part of the Bank of America Women's Leadership Series, join Asia Society Texas for a discussion of professional development, exploration of shared identities, and personal stories of Asian American women in the legal profession.
Join Asia Society Texas for a night of thought-provoking chamber music concert exploring the intersection of Korean and French musical identity with Kinetic in Concert: 'Musical Inspirations and Identity in France and Korea'.
In this talk, Chandran Nair discusses the key messages of his book and offers his vision for how individuals, organizations, and states can identify the power of White privilege and move beyond it, in order to build a more equitable world.
Take a closer look at South Korea, where much more is happening than just K-Pop and threats from the North. Hear from Political Science and International Relations professor Seungjoo Lee and consultant Schoni Seung Hyun Song.
[MEMBERS ONLY｜NEW DATE]
In the Asia Society Switzerland Book Salon, we read and discuss fiction from or about Asia in an informal setting.
This time, we will read and discuss "The Seven Moons of Maali Almeida" by Shehan Karunatilaka.