Vishnu Prakash, Ambassador, Embassy of India
The Asan Institute for Policy Studies and Educational Broadcasting System (EBS) are proud to announce the launch of a new exhibition and television series in partnership with diplomatic missions based in Korea, titled Cross-Cultural Engagement.
The Cross-Cultural Engagement series invites diplomatic missions to hold exhibitions at the Asan Institute’s state-of-the-art gallery where they can showcase a variety of photos, films, and music representative of their country. Heads of mission are also invited to deliver a special lecture in the Asan Institute’s auditorium where they can introduce their country’s past, present, and future to Korean audiences. Lectures are subsequently broadcast on EBS every Tuesday night from 8:00pm.
The Asan Institute for Policy Studies is proud to help share the rich cultural traditions and heritage of other countries on Korea’s leading educational television channel. The Cross-Cultural Engagement series will enrich public understanding of other cultures as well as highlight what they share in common with Korea.
The Cross-Cultural Engagement series airs every Tuesday night from 8:00pm to 8:50pm on EBS+2 (Satellite). It is also available online here.
Exhibitions are open to the general public 10am-5pm, Monday to Friday, at the Asan Institute for Policy Studies. (110-062)11, Gyeonghuigung 1ga-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
For more photos from events, please click here.
For press coverage of the Cross-Cultural Engagement series, please see below
Joel Lee, “Exhibition teaches lessons from 20th-century Europe,” The Korea Herald (November 2, 2014)
Park Yuna, “Event marks war, progress in Europe,” Joongang Daily (November 4, 2014)
Kim Yoojin, “A Dialogue Between Foreign Ambassadors and the Korean People,” Financial News (November 4, 2014) (Korean)
Yoo Jee-Hye, “Jana Chaloupková, Deputy Head of Mission of the Czech Embassy, Speaks at the Asan Institute,” Joongang Ilbo (September 18, 2014) (Korean)
The Cross-Cultural Engagement series will air on EBS from October 28 to December 30, 2014. To view past lectures, please click here.
|October 28||Czech Republic|
|December 2||Costa Rica|
|December 9||United kingdom|
|December 23||Republic of South Africa|