Meet the 2019 Asia Game ChangersVIEW EVENT DETAILS
Breaking Boundaries. Defying Stereotypes. Leading the Way.
The day we honor the annual class of Asia Game Changers is one of the highlights of the Asia Society calendar. This year’s awards recognize and honor an inspiring group of path-breaking women who are making a transformative impact in Asia and beyond. Before the awards dinner, join us for a special preview event with our remarkable honorees, who are changing the rules and challenging all of us to follow their lead.
The 2019 Asia Game Changers are experts and pioneers in their fields, whether it be the arts, business, government, sports, tech, or law enforcement. They have championed gender equality while making enormous contributions to society and social structures within their home countries. This event features illuminating conversation with the honorees as well as a very special performance by Nepal's game-changing Kung Fu Nuns.
This year, we are honored to feature a demonstration by the boundary-breaking, stereotype-defying, and Game Changer honorees the Kung Fu Nuns of the Drukpa Lineage.
Also joining us will be:
Hoor Al Qasimi, the transformative force behind the Sharjah Art Foundation, Sharjah Biennial, and initiatives promoting cultural understanding between the art world and the public.
Sana Mir, Pakistan's gold medal-winning, record-breaking cricketer and tireless advocate for girls and women in traditionally men-only spaces.
Chhaya Sharma, the crusading force for justice for victims of sexual violence in India.
Jane Jie Sun, CEO of Ctrip and leader by example for gender equality inside one of the world's largest travel companies.
Learn more about the 2019 Asia Game Changer Awards ceremony and dinner at Cipriani 25 Broadway on October 24 at 6 p.m.
The Asia Game Changer Awards, launched by the Asia Society in 2014 with founding partner Citi, are designed to fill a vital gap, identifying and honoring true leaders who are making a positive contribution to the future of Asia. These awards are bestowed annually to individuals, organizations, and movements that have inspired, enlightened, and shown true leadership in areas that reflect Asia Society’s core pillars of policy and business, arts and culture, and education.
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