In these uncertain times, we wanted to let you know that we are here. We are here, committed to our founding principles of promoting mutual understanding and strengthening links between the people, leaders, and institutions of Asia and the world.
Our critical work continues, and we will use our digital tools to bring you information and conversations that matter, content that will help you understand, content that will help you cope, and, in some cases, content that will help you escape.
As the world grapples with the COVID-19 crisis, you will notice a shift in our focus. In addition to the policy, arts, and education work we are known for, a new thread of online-only content will explore issues related to racism and xenophobia, and also shine a light on people, cultures, and countries uniting together in the face of a virus that does not discriminate based on race, class, or national origin.
We are all in this together. And we are here to do our part, with insights, content, and conversations that only the Asia Society can deliver.
Generous support for Asia Society’s COVID-19 programming provided by Mulan Club.
Visit ChinaFile, the online magazine produced by Asia Society's Center on U.S.-China Relations, for more coronavirus coverage.
Online08 Jun 20215 - 6 p.m.Los Angeles TimeCalculate your local time »A discussion with Scan Health plan President & CEO Dr. Sachin H. Jain, llumina Chief Commercial Officer Susan Tousi, ACCESS Health International President Dr. William A. Haseltine on the lessons learnt from the pandemic.
Online26 May 20215 - 6 p.m.Los Angeles TimeCalculate your local time »A discussion of the educational divide in the time of COVID, featuring Duke University president Vincent Price, Virginia Commonwealth University president Michael Rao and Howard University president Wayne Frederick.
Online06 May 20217:30 - 8:30 p.m.Houston TimeCalculate your local time »What can people and organizations do to combat escalating acts of racism and xenophobia against Asian Americans? Join Asia Society Texas Center and Asia Society Southern California to learn what immediate and long-term changes are possible.
Online06 May 20215:30 - 6:30 p.m.Los Angeles TimeCalculate your local time »Join Asia Society Southern California and Asia Society Texas Center for a conversation on activism – what people and organizations can do to combat these ongoing heinous acts of racism and xenophobia.
Online10 Dec 20207:30 - 8:30 p.m.Houston TimeCalculate your local time »The Asian American population is projected to be the largest immigration group by 2055, yet has been disproportionately affected by the pandemic. Join us to discuss how the greater Asian American community can recover and achieve equity.
Online10 Dec 20209 - 9:45 a.m.Melbourne TimeCalculate your local time »From the challenges facing the Australian economy to the decoupling of the United States and China, join us as we wrap up the year and reflect on how 2020 has altered our regional realities.
Online30 Nov 20205 - 6 p.m.Los Angeles TimeCalculate your local time »A discussion with Medronic Executive Chairman Omar Ishrak and Stanford University Professor Jason Wang on the innovation and transformation in healthcare propelled by the pandemic and the future of global healthcare post-pandemic.