In the midst of Asia’s growing presence in the global marketplace and politics, there is a unique opportunity and responsibility to contribute towards fostering global growth and sustainable development. Learn more about how we are committed to the practice of teaching and learning as a means to promote positive change.
Following their successful trips to Manila, Hong Kong and China, Trekkers head to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to kick-start the second leg of their Asia Leadership Trek.
The Center organizes the Asia Leadership Conference to empower youths to gain crucial leadership skills in the fast-moving 21st century.
Fifteen scholars from the Harvard, MIT, Tufts Fletcher School and Northwestern participate in the ALT Summer 2017, taking them to seven cities in five countries across Asia.
On May 3, Dr. Park Jin, Executive President of Asia Future Institute delivers a talk on “U.S.-China Relations and the Future of the Korean Peninsula: Challenges and Prospects”.
Youths who are passionate about making a positive difference in the world can look forward to the Asia Leadership Conference (ALC) 2017 which will be held on June 10, 2017 at Sunway University.
The Center presents a Panel Discussion on the theme “21st Century Mega-Trends, Impact and Implications” in conjunction with a visit of students from St. Joseph’s College, Bangalore, India.
Twenty-two scholars from Harvard and Northwestern embarks on the Asia Leadership Trek (ALT) 2017, an experiential learning journey through six countries and seven cities in Asia.
A record-setting 1,000 students participated in the Asia Leadership Conference (ALC) 2017, organized by the Center for Asia Leadership (CAL) at Sunway University on January 14, 2017.
Twenty-two scholars from the Harvard and Northwestern kick-starts the Asia Leadership Trek (ALT) 2017 in Yangon, Myanmar on December 26, 2016.
Ng Beng Lean, shares her thoughts as participant of the 3-day Adaptive Leadership program facilitated by Harvard Professor Dean Williams, Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy.