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In partnership with the George H. W. Bush Foundation for U.S.-China Relations, Asia Society Texas hosted a webcast discussing international relations regarding how Hong Kong and Taiwan would factor into future U.S. policy toward China.
Kana Harada, whose works are on view in the exhibition 'Divine Spark,' shared a glimpse into her studio practice with an artist talk and demonstration of the tools and techniques behind her intricate multimedia works.
In conversation with moderator Melanie Lawson, Asian American leaders Hong Ogle, Sonal Shah, and Anne Sung spoke on racial justice and their hopes for the future, as part of Asia Society Texas' Bank of America Women's Leadership Series.
In partnership with the George H. W. Bush Foundation for U.S.–China Relations, Asia Society Texas welcomed experts to speak on the current state of tariffs and supply chains between the U.S. and China.
In conversation with moderator Mustafa Tameez, former Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes discussed his new book 'After the Fall,' the rise of nationalism across the globe, and the contributing factors he has identified.
In partnership with the India Studies Program, Modern and Classical Languages & Comparative Cultural Studies at the University of Houston, join Asia Society Texas for a moderated discussion about the labor exploitation of women in India.
Artist Kana Harada, featured in the exhibition 'Divine Spark' on view through January 9, 2022, will discuss the visual world she created to draw the natural world into museum spaces through intricate sculptures and paintings.
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