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More than 50 students explored policy solutions for issues related to energy and sustainability, international security, and global education in Asia Society Texas' seventh year of the Young Leaders Institute for high school students.
Asia Society Texas is embarking on an ambitious $10.7 million project to radically advance educational tools needed by students and educators to learn the untold narratives of Asians and Asian Americans.
An immigration lawyer and longtime public and civic servant, Gordon Quan shares his deep love for Houston, whose multiculturalism creates opportunities for acceptance across diverse communities, and reflects on the development of Chinatown.
A native Houstonian, medical student John Tran shares how he has found comfort in the region's large Vietnamese community, as well as inspiration both in the diversity that lies beyond and in his own family.
One of the three restaurateurs behind Blood Bros. BBQ, Robin Wong reflects on the unintentional creation of a nationally acclaimed Asian barbecue fusion restaurant and the responsibility that emerges with being a public figure.