What does COVID-19 mean for China’s political economy? Has the government’s relief and stimulus response placed China on the path to recovery? Has its policy response been enough to position the economy for sustainable long-term growth?
Kevin Rudd, Daniel Rosen, and Bloomberg Chief Economist Tom Orlik will shed light on China’s economic trajectory in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, held National People’s Congress, and Beijing’s new policy toward Hong Kong.
Join Asia Society as we welcome some of the most creative and hardworking women in the food industry who have found innovative, people-centric ways to serve the community during the coronavirus pandemic.
Join AsiaStore for virtual StoryTime featuring Trần Thị Minh Phước! Listen while she reads from "Vietnamese Children’s Favorite Stories," cherished folktales about hard work, integrity and a how a kind heart triumph over deception.
What are the key energy trends emerging in Southeast Asia? Register for the webcast with Energy Economics and Financial Analysis's (IEEFA) Sara Jane Ahmed, and the Natural Resources Defense Council’s (NRDC) Han Chen.
As COVID-19 continues to cause economic disruptions worldwide, how can we apply new technologies and innovations to our food production systems and supply chains to help us avoid a pandemic-related food crisis?
Vincent K. Brooks, General (ret.), United States Army
Nemo Kim, Journalist & Former Anchor, KBS World
Mitchell R. Moss, Minister Counselor for Public Affairs, U.S. Embassy Seoul
Angela Naimou, Associate Professor, Clemson University
Mark's research on disability&politics began in the bathroom. From his experiences to advising for the 2020 Games, this session is designed for leaders to get a better grasp of Japan’s policies & open new avenues for inclusion & diversity.
When our lives are filled with stress, where can we go to find beauty, tranquility, and inner peace? Join Professor Friedman as he takes you on a journey through the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University.