The 50th Anniversary celebration of the East-West Center has begun and the morning of January 6, 2010 the KHNL/KGMB station focused attention on the East-West Center and its accomplishments over the past 50 years.
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EWC Adjunct Senior Fellow Dick Baker discusses current developments regarding democracy in Asia in a recent segment of the online video show ThinkTech Hawaii. Interviewed by Hawaii Pacific University Professor and Asia-Pacific columnist Bill Sharp, Baker discusses recent developments in Thailand, Indonesia and more.
ThinkTech Hawaii also features a variety of other video segments hosted by Sharp and focusing on Asia-Pacific issues.
Click on the image above to access a step-by-step video tutorial on the EWCA Online Community and Directory. Thank you to Brenda Higashimoto for creating this online video tutorial.
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Here are a couple videos from past performances at the East-West Fest.
1. East-West Fest 2007
Trong Com is a well known folk song of the Northern Vietnam, which was performed by Vietnamese and American high school students (Anh, Hanh, John & Kalia). The song has hilarious melody, which promises an interesting dance as well as brings a bit of Vietnamese culture to international friends.
2. East-West Fest 2009
Participants at the East-West Center in Hawaii staged their annual “East West Fest” on April 18, 2009. Performances were presented representing the many cultures of the Asia-Pacific region. The background music is a mix of songs from Indonesia, Cambodia, and Kiribati.