NEW YORK, April 10, 2012 — Former U.S. Department of Commerce official Frank Lavin draws on his extensive experience in Asia to offer a "real-world" strategy that any-sized business can use to go global. (51 min., 47 sec.)
A panel of speakers form the fields of advocacy, activism, journalism, and politics examined the uptick in anti-Asian racism and how community members, the media, and organizations can contribute to social change.
Director Michael Schindhelm discusses his film about the Swiss art collector and diplomat Uli Sigg with Michelle Yun Mapplethorpe, vice president of global artistic programs and director of Asia Society Museum.
Kevin Rudd, Ian Bremmer, and Elizabeth Economy discuss what has changed, what has not, and what these first 100 days suggest about the the trajectory and challenges facing the Biden presidency, for Asia in particular.
A group of diverse educators to look at the root causes of equity issues in education, how it impacts the Chinese language education field, and what Chinese teachers and school leaders can do to address it.
A group of innovative educators discuss how teachers have led the innovation of Chinese language education in online and hybrid learning and what tools will be integrated into the traditional classroom.