Tag: East-West Center
Informal discussion on the state of the Philippines, led by award-winning documentarian and journalist Sunshine Linchauco de Leon. Free event with limited seating, RSVP required.
Join the East-West Center on May 8 for their George Chaplin Fellowship in Distinguished Journalism Address featuring Elizabeth Jensen who will present on new research identifies elements that go into making media that the public finds trustworthy.
Join the EWC for the Wednesday Evening Seminar by Dr. Shabbir Cheema on “Urbanization and the Role of Cities in Asia: Governance Challenges and Innovations”.
Illustrated Talk: “Myanmar Political Transition” by Miemie Winn Byrd, Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies. In conjunction with the Arts exhibit, Yangon Echoes: Inside Heritage Homes.
The East-West Center 16th International Graduate Student Conference on the Asia Pacific region provides graduate students with an opportunity to share interdisciplinary perspectives through presenting and attending panel presentations in a warm and supportive environment.
Join the #EWC for the Int’l Grad Student Conf. and plan to attend Pres. Vuylsteke’s public talk on February 16.
The East-West Center Arts Program will be holding events with a focus on Myanmar throughout Spring 2017.
Join the East-West Center Art Gallery for an illustrated talk on “Developing Yangon Echoes” with visiting curators, Virginia Henderson and Tim Webster. In conjunction with the Arts exhibit, Yangon Echoes: Inside Heritage Homes.
Join the East-West Center on Oct. 28 for an “Update on Indonesian Politics” by two leading political scientists from Indonesia.
Join the East-West Center on for a round table discussion with government, academic, military and NGO-based professionals from Myanmar.