The Who’s Who of Houston’s international scene gathered to kick off fundraising on November 8 for the 2019 Tiger Ball, which will celebrate Asia Society’s 40th anniversary in Houston and will pay homage to founding board member Barbara Bush.
Guests and vendors filled Asia Society's lawn and building for Night Market 2018 presented by American First National Bank, whose newly extended hours allowed more time to enjoy a family-friendly Japanese-style carnival and a ticketed beer garden, both new this year.
For the fourth consecutive year, Tibetan Buddhist monks from Drepung Loseling Monastery in southern India returned to Asia Society Texas Center to create a mandala sand painting and perform Sacred Music Sacred Dance for World Healing.
Asia Society Texas Center hosted the second Houston India Conference, which convened leaders in diplomacy, industry, journalism, social initiatives, and trade for an open forum on the future of the globe’s second-most populous country.
Asia Society Texas Center celebrated the diversity of Asia on March 3 at its annual Gala, paying homage to Honorees Sylvia and Gordon Quan, longtime Asia Society advocates. Proceeds topped $1.2 million, well past the fundraising goal.