Join us for breakfast with artist Kenryou Gu for a roundtable discussion about his works and evolution as an artist. His talk titled, “We May Never Understand Art”, will cover the philosophy and thinking behind his works.
On Thursday, Oct 21, Asia Society Japan Center will welcome, Dr. Kumi Yokoe of Toyo University’s Department of Global Innovation Studies for a conversation titled, “The 2020 U.S. Elections and Potential Challenges to US-Japan Relations”.
We are delighted to invite Dr. Mieko Nakabayashi of Waseda University’s to our breakfast. A frequent commentator knowing US politics from the inside, it is a rare opportunity to understand the full picture that may impact us post Nov 3rd.
Emerging from the margins to starring in the mainstream, certain heroes arising from these cultural communities have proudly and gracefully represented this collective hyphenated identity of what it means to be “Asian American”
Asia Society Japan Center is honored to invite, Dr. Ken Jimbo, Professor, Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University. In this discussion, Dr.Jimbo will take us through Japan’s foreign and security strategies for the new administration.
The Asia Society Japan Center is delighted to invite Patricia Bjaaland Welch to our virtual Arts for Breakfast 2020 this September. Ms. Patricia will be taking us on a virtual tour of the Asian Civilasation Museum in Singapore.