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Why Holding Back East Asia's Women Holds Back Asia (Complete)

WASHINGTON, May 9, 2018 — NPR Seoul correspondent Elise Hu discusses gender disparities in South Korea and Japan, their long-term consequences, and potential solutions that could address the problems before it’s too late. The presentation was part of Asia Society Policy Institute’s “AsiaX” series of programs in Washington, D.C. (26 min., 54 sec.)
 


Policy
A new issue paper published by the Asia Society Policy Institute argues that the U.S. should employ a collaborative approach to dealing with China's state-led economic model.
Current Affairs
 /  Northern California
Marita Cheng accepts an Asia Game Changer West Award at the 2019 Gala in San Francisco, California. Cheng was previously honored at the Game Changer Awards in New York in 2016.
Education
 /  Northern California
Dr. Samuel So of the Stanford Liver Center is the first honoree to accept the Asia Game Changer West Award at the 2019 Gala in San Francisco, California.
Current Affairs
 /  Switzerland
Experts participate in a discussion on China's landmark economic and foreign policy initiative.
Current Affairs
 /  Switzerland
Experts discuss China's landmark economic and foreign policy initiative.
Arts
 /  India
Kito De Boer and Akshay Chudasama discuss the motivations and experiences of collectors in a conversation moderated by Robin Dean.
Current Affairs
 /  India
A discussion between Abhijit Banerjee and Gaurav Gupta on Banerjee's new documentary and the state of democracy in India.
Policy
 /  India
A discussion on the future of Mumbai's infrastructure and global best practices in urban development and policy.
Current Affairs
 /  India
A panel discussion considers the lessons of the new book Indian Fiscal Federalism.
Policy
 /  New York
Panelists discuss a landmark new study documenting the rise of Chinese philanthropy and the possible consequences for international development.
Education
 /  India
A panel discussion on teacher education considers effective measures for improving the quality of teaching in India.
Arts
 /  New York
Asia Society presents the second part of a world premiere performance by percussionist and composer Susie Ibarra, featuring dancer and choreographer Souleymane Badolo and instrumentalists from the DreamTime Ensemble.