Join experts on U.S. and Chinese economic relations for a discussion on tariffs and supply chain concerns, an increasingly critical factor in U.S.–China relations, in a conversation in partnership with the Bush China Foundation.
Following a rise in both racial justice movements and anti-Asian bias incidents, join Asia Society in welcoming Asian American women leaders who are raising their voices, building coalitions, and advancing the rights of their communities.
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.
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 conversation with moderator Charles Foster, Asia Society President and CEO Kevin Rudd spoke on opportunities and concerns around China's Belt and Road Initiative, as well as implications for the U.S. and Western countries.
After sharing highlights of their work, Houston-based artists Preetika Rajgariah and Stevie Spurgin examined topics such as identity, the body, and materiality that they explored in their 'Artists on Site Series 2' residency.
In this artist talk, Houston-based artists Bennie Flores Ansell and Guadalupe Hernandez provided a look into their projects and processes featured in 'Artists on Site Series 2,' covering topics including migration, labor, and photography.
Charles Yu, National Book Award-winning author of 'Interior Chinatown,' spoke on his experience of being Asian in America and his belief that more — and more specific — representation is crucial to dismantling Asian American stereotypes.
Jai Shroff, Global CEO of UPL Limited, spoke with Martyn E. Goossen, J.P. Morgan Private Bank Vice Chairman, on climate change impacts on food security and sustainability, and on the need for investment in agricultural technology.
Great literature still has the power to bring us together. Celebrate the Bayou City's unique culture, diversity, and energy with JLF Houston Online's two-day series of livestreamed and on-demand events.
What is driving the growing rejection of globalism and the international order? Former White House aide Ben Rhodes discusses the rise of nationalism around the globe, with a particular look at Asia, and how the U.S. should address it.
The goal of China's Belt and Road Initiative is to promote economic growth by advancing connectivity between China and its neighbors — but what are the initiative's commercial and military capabilities? A discussion with Kevin Rudd.
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