Bollywood visited Houston Friday night as Asia Society Texas Center held its annual Tiger Ball in celebration of India.
Mina Chang discussed her global work to bring about meaningful change in some of the world’s most dangerous areas.
This exhibition both engages and educates audiences about bamboo, a quintessential part of Japanese culture, shaping the country’s social, artistic, and spiritual landscape.
Guests explored aisles and exhibitions at last week's family-friendly Night Market sponsored by American First National Bank.

Global and local panelists discussed Asia Society’s 60 years of accomplishments and growth across Asia and the West.

Hines Founder and CEO Gerald D. Hines was celebrated for being a "master builder" and risk-taker.
Asia Society Texas Center announces the appointment of Saleena Jafry as the new Director of Education, Business & Policy.
Through photographs, 'In the Wake' reflects on the powerful role of artists in the journey of recovery from cataclysmic events, as seen in these works stemming from Japan's 2011 earthquake, tsunami, and Fukushima nuclear disaster
Viewers enjoyed an engaging performance depicting the personal and spiritual journey of the Vietnamese boat people
Lulu C. Wang and other distinguished panelists explored minority female representation in the work place.

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