Past Events


NextGen: Israel-Asia
June 8, 2017
Keynote :

Moderator: Sujata Thomas

New York

Past Events

Japanese Anime Screening & Lecture: Paprika
June 18, 2012
Keynote :

Prof. Miki Daliot-Bul

Haifa | Israel

Israel-Asia: Visions of the Future from the Next Generation
May 29, 2012
Jerusalem | Israel

Panel discussion with Israel-Asia Leaders Fellows from China, India, Korea and Singapore discussing their visions for the future of Israel-Asia relations, moderated by Start-Up Nation co-author, Saul Singer. The event was part of the graduation of 2012-13 Israel-Asia Leaders Fellows.

Israel-Asia Center Chinese New Year Dinner
February 22, 2012
Keynote :

Howe Wang

New York | USA

In February 2012, the Israel-Asia Center held a Chinese New Year Dinner. The event featured guest speaker, Howe Wang - a fellow on the 2011-12 Israel-Asia Leaders Fellowship, who spoke on 'Twenty Years of Sino-Israeli Relations: A New Era of Israeli Technological Engagement'.

Destination India
January 25, 2012
Tel Aviv | Israel

In recognition of 20 years of diplomatic relations, 2011-12 Israel-Asia Leaders Fellow, Dr. Vasudheva Reddy Akepati, coordinated a panel discussion as part of his fellowship project entitled 'Destination India'. The event, which was held on January 25, 2012, was co-sponsored by the Israel-Asia Center and the Sofaer International MBA program at Tel Aviv University.

‘Israel-Korea relations: Cultural similarities, common challenges, and the North Korean/Iranian threat’
August 1, 2011
Keynote :

Korean Ambassador to Israel, Ma Young-sam

Jerusalem | Israel

On August 1, 2011, the Israel-Asia Center held an event, 'Israel-Korea relations: Cultural similarities, common challenges, and the North Korean/Iranian threat', featuring guest speaker Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to the State of Israel, His Excellency Ma Young-sam. The event was coordinated in cooperation with AJC and AJC ACCESS.

Korean Cocktails & Culture
April 28, 2011
New York | USA

A night of ethnic food, cocktails and cultural performances from the Jewish and Korean communities in New York.

What’s Next for the Multinational Corporation?
March 22, 2011
Tel Aviv | Israel

Via discussion with top academics, professionals, and public servants What’s Next for the Multinational Corporation explored the new reality facing established multinationals, the future of emerging markets’ game changing multinationals, and visions of the world’s new economic order.

The event was coordinated by the Recanati School of Business and co-sponsored by the Israel-Asia Center.