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.
Female leaders discuss the innovative companies, applications, products, and software they create.
Asia Society kicked off Lunar New Year this past weekend with fun family activities, performances, and demonstrations in honor of the Year of the Dog.
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Canberra’s top-ranking envoy to Washington talked about global security, educational exchanges, and bilateral trade between U.S. and Australia.
Congressman Joaquín Castro discussed U.S.-Asia matters, including the ongoing threat in North Korea and China’s growing global influence.
The Who’s Who of Houston’s international scene gathered at Yauatcha Restaurant in The Galleria on December 5 for Asia Society Texas Center’s annual Tiger Ball kickoff party hosted by Gigi Huang and introducing Gordon and Sylvia Quan as the gala’s honorees for 2018.
Nearly 50 guests gathered for a hands-on, family-style Leo Bar feast with Filipino chef Yana Gilbuena.
Guest curator Dr. Katherine Anne Paul explores the diversity and significance of the works in Asia Society Texas' Wondrous Worlds exhibition.