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From physical violence to now what is more often psychological games, The Glitch addresses the realities of school violence, cultural repercussions, and solutions that can be found in Korea and around the world.
Learn more about Judaism’s most widely observed holiday, Passover, which is an annual seven day Jewish Holiday commemorating the liberation of the Jewish people from slavery in ancient Egypt with Asia Society Korea.
The holy month of Ramadan is about more than just reading the Qur'an and fasting. But what purpose does the fasting serve? And how do Muslims in Korea observe this important holiday? Read on to learn more about this significant occasion.
H.E. Elizabeth Buensuceso has first-hand experience of what it's like to be a female diplomat after being with the Philippine Foreign Service for more than 42 years. She shares her views on women in diplomacy, Filipino youth, and ASEAN.
Due to the country's dangerously low fertility rate, women's work-life balance and leave policies for menstruation, maternity, and menopause are becoming increasingly important policy concerns in South Korea.
Asia Society Korea Senior Contributor David Tizzard and Digital Content Development Officer Michelle Sihyun Ju examine how “quiet quitting” exhibits itself in the workplace and if its relevance is here to stay.
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