NEW YORK, March 27, 2013 — Celebrity chef Simpson Wong discusses his philosophy of cooking and what he learned from his mother, his youth in Malaysia, and his travels around Asia in an exclusive sit-down with Asia Society. (3 min., 59 sec.)
NCLC Program Advisory Committee members discuss how the Chinese language field has responded to the unprecedented challenge with a swift shift from traditional classroom instruction to online learning in a matter of weeks.
An expert panel, including Asia Society Policy Institute Senior Fellow and former Australian Ambassador for the Environment Patrick Suckling, examine the opportunities for a renewable recovery for Asia.
Will there be a re-shoring, a burst of deglobalization and re-nationalization of production — or will companies choose a strategy of redundant supply chains on different continents? Agatha Kratz and Mark Dittli discuss.
Ronnie Chan, Chairman of Hang Lung Group and the Asia Society Hong Kong Center, takes a look at Transpacific commercial opportunities amid mounting political tensions in the U.S.-China relationship and the pandemic.