Drawing from her knowledge and experience as the top CIA analyst on North Korea, Dr. Jung Pak discusses how Kim Jong Un shapes his country's policies, developments on the Korean peninsula, and implications for the U.S. and global security.
This entirely virtual beginner course provides adult language learners with an introduction to the Mandarin dialect and Chinese culture. Over nine weeks, explore Chinese culture and language in a fun, supportive, and engaging way.
After Houston saw record highs of COVID-19 cases this summer, issues of hospital and testing capacity and questions around immunity and a timeline for a vaccine persist into the fall. Houston Methodist's Dr. Marc Boom joins us to discuss.
Artist Joseph Havel, renowned for his engagement with bronze as a medium, discusses his process and technical approaches in this virtual talk and studio tour to mark the opening of his new exhibition 'Joss.'
China and the U.S. are world powers without serious rivals, and in 2020, the relationship is more tense than ever. Diplomat and scholar Kishore Mahbubani discusses his recent book 'Has China Won?: The Chinese Challenge to American Primacy.'
As Asian Americans are the U.S.'s fastest-growing demographic, what can be done to foster an identity that encourages higher voter turnout? Join Asia Society for a discussion on how to advocate and advance Asian American civic engagement.
Designed to prepare high school students for leadership roles in an increasingly interconnected world, this session will examine the local, national, and international impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
DANCING THROUGH CHINA: Dance the day away, inspired by traditional and contemporary Chinese dance! Enjoy daily warm-ups and different dance forms, plus arts and crafts activities and language lessons to learn more about Chinese culture!