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This page displays all Asia Society content on the Philippines in reverse chronological order. For more Asia Society work on the Philippines, please visit Asia Society Philippines, established on March 22, 1999 by Washington Sycip with a mission to promote the understanding of Asia. Asia Society Philippines aims to strengthen relationships and bridge differences across the Philippines, Asia and the United States.

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Asia Society Philippines team shares a meal with boys from the Pangarap Foundation shelter in Pasay
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Launch highlights include features by book Illustrator Renata Owen, Graphic Designer Dan Matutina, and Reading by Atom Araullo
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Ambassador Delia Albert was the keynote speaker for 80 participants representing 10 ASEAN countries engaging in negotiations to resolve disputes on trade in goods and services
Blog Post
At a time of rising nationalism and deep uncertainty, a new report from the Asia Society Policy Institute argues that regional institutionalism is crucial to maintaining Asia's "long peace."
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Kishore Mahbubani, a co-author of 'The ASEAN Miracle,' discusses the new book at Asia Society Hong Kong.
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ASPI report on how to strengthen regional institutions in the Asia-Pacific to manage peace and security in increasingly turbulent times.
Blog Post
Human trafficking expert Matt Friedman describes how millions are lured into slavery in Asia — and what can be done about it.
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New batch of young leaders features thirty professionals from 21 countries
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Fourth in Asia Society's new conversation series tackles the highs and lows of "Voluntourism"
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Asia 21 Class of 2017
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During Rex Tillerson's visit to the Philippines, Lindsey Ford discusses what will be on his agenda on PBS Newshour.
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The third and final installment in the ASEAN 2017 Dialogues highlighted the significance of an ASEAN identity.