Tag: East-West Center
With renowned children’s music educator Chet-Yeng Loong. Exploring Malaysian children’s music through folk songs, storytelling, and musical instruments.
More than 20 Southeast Asia related talks will be given at the EWC Int’l Grad. Student Conf. from Feb. 12 – 13. Free & open to the public!
Through the display of puppets, costumes, instruments, video and photographs, this exhibition offers insight into these complex theatre forms and explores the social issues currently facing traditional Malaysian arts.
Join the EWC on Jan. 28 for a talk by visiting scholar Anukriti Hittle on the recently formulated Paris Agreement shows progress in climate negotiations under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.
Join the East-West Center on Dec. 9 for a noontime seminar on the ASEAN Community by Professor Walter Woon, David Marshall Professor and Deputy Chairman of the Centre for International Law, National University of Singapore. Professor Woon is co-author of “Towards a Rules-Based Community: An ASEAN Legal Service” (Cambridge University Press, 2015).
Join us for the East-West Center Participant Association’s (EWCPA) “2015 Concert on the Lawn” featuring live performances of music and dance from throughout the Asia-Pacific region. The event is free and open to the public.
Join the EWC for this talk by Shabbir Cheema providing a perspective on the challenges and issues of democratization in the Muslim and Arab World, including Indonesia, and the impact of reforms to build democratic institutions to combat violent extremism.
Indonesian human rights researcher Andreas Harsono, a research at Human Rights Watch since 2008 and a former journalist, will share his observations about the new administration’s progress on the human rights front. Seating is limited so please RSVP: 808-944-7111 or EWCInfo@EastWestCenter.org
From May 24 – September 20 this exhibit will highlight textiles from Asia including works from Indonesia, Malaysia, Cambodia, Myanmar and the Philippines.