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A record 4,000 guests celebrated the Year of the Rabbit and the Cat at Asia Society Texas' annual festival, enjoying activities, performances, food, and storytimes inspired by Lunar New Year traditions across Asia.
In partnership with the Council of Korean Americans, Asia Society Texas hosted a panel discussion on the future of the U.S.–China relationship, and the role that the Korean Peninsula will play in that relationship.
In partnership with the U.S.-Japan Council, Asia Society Texas hosted a screening and panel discussion of the documentary 'Beyond Zero' on the future of energy and the environment as it relates to Japan, Texas, and the business community.
As part of Asia Society Texas' Muslim Series, masterworks by modern female poets Parveen Shakir and Amrita Pritam were sung in the radiant tradition of qawwali music for the first time by Houston's qawwali group Riyaaz Qawwali.
Asia Society Texas' new exhibition features the abstract modernist work of Lain Singh Bangdel, widely considered Nepal's foremost modern artist, in the first solo show by a Nepali artist at any Asia Society site.
In partnership with Asia Society Northern California, Asia Society Texas hosted a webcast with entrepreneur and investor Brian Wong on Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba and takeaways for the broader U.S.–China business relations.
Asia Society Texas announces the appointment of Owen Duffy, Ph.D., as the organization's new Nancy C. Allen Curator and Director of Exhibitions. Duffy was previously the director of St. John's University's Yeh Art Gallery.
More than 6,000 guests braved rainy weather to enjoy food, shopping, all-ages activities, and performances at Asia Society Texas’ 10th annual Night Market festival presented by American First National Bank.
Asia Society Texas presented its annual Roy M. Huffington Award to Indra Nooyi, who was honored for her legacy of redefining what it means to be an exceptional leader in her role as former CEO of PepsiCo.