Quarterly Reports from EWCA Alumni Chapters 2017 (4th Quarter)

East-West Center Association

Chapter Development Committee, Quarterly reports

4th Quarter Chapter Reports (October-December 2017)

Thank you to the sixteen Chapters who submitted their fourth-quarter reports for 2017. Your submissions help us and others to know how active the Chapters are, and to show your continued patronage for EWCA/EWC outreach. The following Chapters and representatives responded this quarter: 1) ASDP (Dona M. Cady); 2) Brisbane (Iraphne Childs); 3) Bangladesh (Ekramul Ahsan); 4) Beijing (Hongxia Zhang); 5) Hawaii (Carl Hefner); 6) Kansai (Yumiko Okamoto); 7) Tokyo (Kazuhiko Takemoto); 8) Seoul (Won Nyon Kim); 9) Laos (Chanthavong Saignasith); 10) Malaysia (Gan Siowck Lee); 10) Nepal (Nirendra Maske); 11) Okinawa (Kiyoshi Nakachi); 12) Philippines (Pearl Erguiza Pacada; 14) Singapore (Alice Seng Seok Hoon); 15) Southern California (Claire Langham); 16) Taiwan (Frank L. Hung).

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Manoa Memory Monday

Manoa Memory Monday – President’s Day!

December 7, 1975 – President Gerald Ford was the second U.S. President to visit the East-West Center. These photos were taken at an informal reception where he met with Center staff and participants.

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Happy Valentine’s Day

Whether you arrived to the Center together, met for the first time in class, or fell in love as an alumni, we wish all our EWC couples a Happy Valentine’s Day!

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Sarosh Bana on Netanyahu’s Recent State Visit to India

EWCA Mumbai Chapter Leader Sarosh Bana, who is Executive Editor of Business India, writes that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s recent state visit to India, and his growing rapport with Indian PM Narendra Modi, demonstrated the closeness that now characterizes the two countries’ bilateral relationship. Click the images for larger version.

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Manoa Memory Monday

Once a month we will share a past photo from the East-West Center. Stay tuned to see what other treasures we dig up.

Check out this photo from the 1960s. Here, the late Governor of Hawaii and one of East-West Center’s founders, John A. Burns holds an informal discussion with participants. Can anyone recognize where these photos were taken?