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In conversation with the New York Times' Tokyo bureau chief Motoko Rich, Asia Society Policy Institute vice president Wendy Cutler and Columbia University professor Takako Hikotani discussed areas of cooperation between the U.S. and Japan.
Our Education and Outreach team loves working with student interns! Hear from HAIS senior Gia Hernandez, whose creativity and fresh ideas have helped develop great virtual activities, filling a great need during this pandemic.
Join us for 31 ways to celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month! We've curated a calendar of live events, recommendations, and on-demand content to highlight the traditions, talents, and contributions of Asians and Asian Americans.
Asia Society Texas Center welcomed local small business owners Minh Nguyen and Quynh Nguyen and Tim Jeffcoat, director of the U.S. Small Business Administration in Houston, to discuss challenges and hopes after a year of the COVID economy.
In conversation with ASTC vice chair Martyn E. Goossen, Taiwan digital minister Audrey Tang shared how Taiwan achieved post-pandemic normalcy last spring through the creative and collaborative use of technology and open data.
In conversation with Mustafa Tameez, journalist Fareed Zakaria discussed his recent book 'Ten Lessons for a Post-Pandemic World,' including insights into globalization as revealed by different countries' responses to the pandemic.
In this artist talk, Houston-based artists Ahra Cho and Royal Sumikat presented their works-in-progress from the 'Artists on Site' project, exploring the themes of language and nostalgia as well as the future of their work.
In this artist talk, Houston-based artists Laura Drey and Brandon Tho Harris provided a look into their projects and processes featured in 'Artists on Site,' touching upon the topics of migration, labor, and storytelling.
Dr. Pratima Rangarajan, CEO of OGCI Climate Investments, and Lori Bird, Director of World Resources Institute's U.S. Energy Program, spoke with journalist Amy Harder on the complexities of achieving climate change solutions.