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.
This August, Professor Mathias Risse from the Harvard Kennedy School, will be co-facilitating the programs Personal Leadership: Ethics, Power, and Decision Making.
Nikki Wang, recounts her learning as a participant of the“Leadership and Innovation” program organized in China and facilitated by Harvard Teaching Fellows.
Lydia Cheah, deliberates five unique takeaways that every alumni of the Center's leadership programs for young talents can relate to.
A Harvard Scholar shares his thoughts of the inaugural Asia Innovation Trek 2016 which explores Asia’s silicon valleys and education hubs in Japan, Taiwan and Korea.
Lydia Cheah, former participant of the Asia Leadership Youth program, highlights the importance of negotiation and how it can help in our everyday lives.
Witness the journey of youth leaders in their 5-days residential camp, an interactive leadership program facilitated by Harvard scholars.
Co-founder John Lim reflects on learning obtained from delegates from China, Japan and Korea who participated in the Trilateral Leadership Summit held in Sendai, Japan.
The Asia Leadership Trek 2015 inspired Trekker Greg Manne to share his thoughts on how the Spanish colonization and US occupation influenced the Philippines’ language, culture, and economy.
Harvard Scholar and social venture entrepreneur Marina Chan shares the skills that university graduates in Asia will need in order to be career-ready in the 21st century.
Inspired by the Asia Leadership Trek 2014, Zhoulai Zhu deliberates about the biggest challenge for Shanghai in the next decade, despite the rapid development over the past thirty years.