Join the webcast with Jörg Wuttke, President of the European Chamber of Commerce in China and Markus Herrmann of Sinolytics, to find out more about the European invovlement in the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).
How many waves of COVID-19 cases are we expecting in Hong Kong? How far are we from resuming normal life? Hear it from Prof. Gabriel Leung, Dean of Medicine at HKU, who advises the HKSAR government and WHO about COVID-19.
In Houston, the Texas Medical Center has been preparing for a potential surge in COVID-19 cases. Hear from Dr. Marc Boom, President and CEO of Houston Methodist, on the everyday realities for healthcare professionals battling the virus.
How should we brace for another peak in COVID-19 as people return from high risk areas to Hong Kong? Hear from Hong Kong's leading expert, Prof. David Hui, who has clinical experience with SARS, MERS and various types of influenza.
How is the current state of foreign reporting from China? Will there be more expulsions and restrictions in the coming months? To discuss these questions and more, we are joined by Jamil Anderlini, Asia Bureau Chief of the Financial Times.
Professor Yik-Ying Teo, Dean of the School of Public Health at the National University of Singapore, will go live with ASPI's Kevin Rudd for the fourth in a series of web-only events by ASPI entitled “Coronavirus, Asia, and the World.”
Archaeologist Simon Kaner explores the artifacts and monuments created by the ancient preliterate inhabitants of the Japanese archipelago and how how the preservation of these ruins speaks to an aesthetic of impermanence.
Join us for a special outdoor screening of the award-winning film Laces, which tells a wholly engaging, tender family 'dramedy' about the knotty relationship between an aging, irascible mechanic and the exuberant special-needs son.