The University of Southern California recently hosted a discussion with US ambassadors to several ASEAN nations, as the state of California enjoys strong trade ties to the region and is home to many residents with ASEAN ancestry.
The East-West Center, along with co-sponsor the Sasakawa Peace Foundation, the Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA, and the office of Senator Mazie Hirono, launched the newest edition of the Japan Matters for America (JMA) publication, part of the Asia Matters for America...
A water desalination plant is now operating in San Diego after studies of Australia’s experience with the technology. With similar climate challenges, California and Australia have worked together to adapt and prosper in the booming clean energy industry.
New partnerships between Tustin, California and Heyuan, in Guangdong Province, as well as Yorba Linda, California and Tongchuan, in Shaanxi Province, now join the collection of more than 200 city partnerships between the US and China.
Busan and Daegu in South Korea became the first cities in Asia to join the Global City Teams Challenge (GCTC), in which cities around the world work to solve urban problems through regional and global collaboration.