Asia Society's Response to the Coronavirus Crisis
In these uncertain times, we wanted to let you know that we are here and committed to our founding principles of promoting mutual understanding and strengthening links between Asia and the world.
Our critical work continues, and we will use our digital tools to bring you information and conversations that matter, content that will help you understand, content that will help you cope, and, in some cases, content that will help you escape.
As the world grapples with the COVID-19 crisis, you will notice a shift in our focus. In addition to the policy, arts, and education work we are known for, a new thread of online-only content will explore issues related to racism and xenophobia, and also shine a light on people, cultures, and countries uniting together in the face of a virus that does not discriminate based on race, class, or national origin.
Asia Society Museum, the Garden Court Café, and AsiaStore are closed temporarily, in support of New York City’s urgent efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19. The building will undergo regular deep cleanings and we will keep our members, visitors, and supporters updated on when we are able to welcome them back for programs and events.
We are all in this together. And we are here to do our part, with insights, content, and conversations that only the Asia Society can deliver.
Please check AsiaSociety.org/NY for the latest updates.
Updated March 22, 2020