The urea crisis has revealed the risks of Korea's dependence on China and threatens to disrupt Korea's supply chain. Asia Society Korea Senior Contributor Matthew Fennell explores what this means for the economy and the environment.
Bernie Cho, President, DFSB Kollective
Dr. Amareswar Galla, UNESCO Chair on Inclusive Museums & Sustainable Heritage Development, Anant University
Shinwha Hong, Researcher, Center for Intangible Culture Studies (CICS)
Asia Society Korea invites Orville Schell, Arthur Ross Director of the Center on U.S.-China Relations, to discuss Korea's recent supply chain disruptions in the broader context of U.S.-China great power rivalry.
Kate Clayton, Research Officer at La Trobe Asia
Alistair Ritchie, Director of Asia-Pacific Sustainability at ASPI
Mark Hopkins, Master's Candidate at Seoul National University
Nazifa Rafa, MPhil Candidate at Cambridge University
Following our first session on sustainability and youth, Asia Society Korea invites you to another session of our ASK-Y program on gender and equality with special guests from the Philippine and Singaporean embassies and the UN Foundation.
With Squid Game officially becoming Netflix's most popular show ever, Asia Society Senior Contributor Matthew Fennell examines a range of Korean childhood games that will bring on the nostalgia — and those we might see in season 2.