In Asia Society Texas Center's seventh year of ExploreAsia: Culture Camps for Kids, more than 130 campers delved into Asian traditions, art, and culture.
More than 70 students participated in Asia Society Texas Center's fourth year of the Young Leaders Institute, whose topics shifted from a regional focus to timely, relevant global issues.
Asia Society Texas Center celebrated the diversity of Asia with the fifth annual AsiaFest, attended by a record 4,800 guests.
Asia Society welcomed 1,100 guests to celebrate Houston's Muslim community at the Center's inaugural Family Day: Eid. The festivities, presented by the Tameez Family, showcased Islamic traditions and cultures in celebration of Eid al-Fitr.
Asia Society Texas Center closed out Asian Pacific American Heritage Month on May 30, 2019, with a film screening and panel discussion centered on the legal implications of Japanese internment and its historical impact today.
Asia Society Texas Center concluded its fourth year of the Bank of America Women's Leadership Series (WLS) with a "Women in Entertainment" program featuring two actors and an Emmy Award-winning casting director.
On the 44th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War, Asia Society Texas Center invited Houstonians to learn more about Vietnam through both food and photography.
Saudi writer and activist Manal al-Sharif stopped in Houston amid her cross-country tour to speak to a captivated audience at Asia Society about her journey becoming what she called “an accidental activist” for women’s rights.
Asia Society Texas Center was pleased to present "Beyond Sacred: Voices of Muslim Identity" in partnership with Ping Chong + Company. The production amplifies the voices of five young Muslim Americans who came of age in a post-9/11 society.
Ambassador Ryan Crocker — who served as ambassador to Afghanistan, Iraq, Kuwait, Lebanon, Pakistan, and Syria — returned to Asia Society Texas Center for a discussion on U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East