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Get in-depth perspectives through commissioned articles, interviews and reports on current topics for Asia-Europe cultural relations.
By Claire Rosslyn Wilson
Looking back over the content published in 2022, ASEF culture360 takes stock of the major trends from the past year.
By Sharbendu De
Sharbendu De explores the initiatives taken by South-Asian photographers to deal with climate change through their artistic responses.
By Sumaira Malik
Digital technologies are now re-shaping popular culture around the world but as a developing country Pakistan is still far behind in terms of digital reach and infrastructure.
By Sarah Zia
Sarah Zia explores how online campaigns were used innovatively to bridge and create cultural diplomacy digitally in South Asia.
By Nur Ashikin Ali
An interview with Ratri Anindyajati reflecting on IDF 2022 that took place in Jakarta, Indonesia from 22 to 28 Oct.
By Savitri Sastrawan
Savitri Sastrawan explores through case studies how heritage and post-colonialism issues are related today.
By Yasen Vasilev
Ideal conditions for a national ecosystem of the independent performing arts scene in Bulgaria.
In 2022, on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) and following the global impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, ASEF has launched a series of online …
By Naima Morelli
An interview with Pinaree Sanpitak, one of the most compelling and respected Thai artists of her generation.
An annual arts festival showcasing Asian and European arts held on 26 & 27 November 2022 in Brussels, Belgium.
By Madhura Dutta
Uncover traditional loin loom weaving of Arunachal Pradesh, a famous cultural tradition from India.
ASEF culture360 is delighted to share key findings and recommendations from the Roundtable Series Recalibrating the Compass that was developed between May and November 2022. Engaging with over 60 experts …
By Minji Chun
Minji Chun rethinks the concept of "cultural mobility" from perspectives of sustainability, equality, and inclusivity.
By Roli Mahajan
Roli Mahajan explores an online museum that uses much-loved objects to initiate a journey into generational narratives.
By Valentina Riccardi
An interview with the President and Director of the Mori Art Museum in Tokyo, Mami Kataoka.