This week HRFF will present two LGBT-themed films from Southeast Asia in Honolulu!
The latest IPAC report examines the reluctance of the ruling elites to join a region that will be dominated by Islamic groups from central Mindanao.
Traditional and contemporary Filipino dance will be presented on 5/22 in the Art Auditorium.
Watch a microbudget short film about a young man's attempts to retell the story a lost love.
We spotlight the festivals and folktales of Southeast Asia as the region celebrates the new year this week with water festivals Songkran and Thingyan.
This week we spotlight new books on Indonesia by ISEAS including 'A 14th Century Malay Code of Laws' by UH SEA faculty Uli Kozok.
The UHM Center for Philippine Studies will mark their 40th anniversary with a series of special events and an international symposium this week.
The Filipino Film Festival 2015 returns to Honolulu with screenings at the Doris Duke Theater from April 18 - 28.
This week we spotlight books by Ninotchka Rosca, one of the Philippine's most controversial and highly respected authors.
Join us on 3/17 for a book release and talk by UH-M Professor Pia Arboleda.