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Leadership and Community Building in the Asia Pacific Region EWC/EWCA 50th Anniversary International Conference 2010 Honolulu, Hawai‘i | July 2–5, 2010 Hosted by the East-West Center and the East-West Center Association We are proud to support the East-West Center, commemorating fifty years of collaboration, expertise and leadership. ALA MOANA CENTER HYATT REGENCY WAIKIKI ROYAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL HILTON HAWAIIAN VILLAGE WHALERS VILLAGE THE SHOPS AT WAILEA WWW.TORIRICHARD.COM EWC/EWCA 50th Anniversary International Conference 2010 Honolulu, Hawai‘i | July 2–5, 2010 Leadership and Community Building in the Asia Pacific Region Contents Welcome Letters 2 Overview Summary of Conference Schedule 6 East-West Center Day – Open House 9 Detailed Conference Schedule 11 Distinguished Alumni Awards 24 Outstanding Volunteer Awards 26 Outstanding Chapter Awards 27 East-West Center Association Makana Award 27 Co-chairs and Members of Conference Committee & Honor Roll 28 You Can Help Celebrate Our 50th Year 32 East-West Center Association (EWCA) Alumni Scholarship Fund 33 Sponsors 35 Conference Participants 36 Panel Presenters and Moderators 49 Past EWC/EWCA Conferences and Events 56 East-West Center Campus Location Map 57 Hawai‘i Convention Center Maps 58 2 3 1601 East-West Road Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96848-1601 Tel: 808.944.7103 Fax: 808.944.7106 EastWestCenter.org Oﬃce of the President July 2, 2010 Dear East-West Center Alumni, Associates, and Friends: Welcome to our Golden Jubilee Conference! The conference committee has planned events that will celebrate the Center’s 50th Anniversary, invoke memories, provide us with new opportunities to build bridges across Asia Pacific cultures and to focus on significant issues in the region. They have also provided us with a timely theme, “Leadership and Community Building in the Asia Pacific Region.” Drawing on the rich experience gained in half a century of East-West Center programs and alumni expertise, the conference will examine key social, cultural, political and technical issues that impact Asia and the Pacific. We celebrate the accomplishments of the Center’s first 50 years and consider the challenges that lie ahead. Prominent alumni, members of the EWC’s research staff and Board, current students, and guests will share their expertise on these subjects. You will have an opportunity to enter into a dialogue with our EWC’s Board of Charles E. Morrison Governors, President, and Directors about current Center policy and future possibilities. Also, the EWCA welcomes your input into its plans to further the mission of the Center. We are pleased to report that the Center is robust and accomplishing its mission. The student program now includes more than 500 students, the largest number in over 35 years. All the members of the Center team including staff, students, fellows, and alumni are working together to achieve our mission. Since its establishment, nearly 60,000 people have participated in EWC programs and many of them have gone on to positively influence their communities, their countries, and the world. As the Asia Pacific region changes, we believe the Center’s mission of strengthening relations and understanding among the peoples and nations of Asia, the Pacific, and the United States has become more vital than ever. We are pleased to report that the Center is healthy, progressing toward its goals Puongpun Sananikone and looking forward to the continued support of the alumni. Aloha, Charles E. Morrison Puongpun Sananikone President, East-West Center Chairman, Board of Governors The East-West Center promotes better relations and understanding among the people and nations of the United States, Asia, and the Paciﬁc through cooperative study, research, and dialogue. Established by the U.S. Congress in 1960, the Center serves as a resource for information and analysis on critical issues of common concern, bringing people together to exchange views, build expertise, and develop policy options. 4 1601 East-West Road Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96848-1601 Tel: 808.944.7506 Fax: 808.944.7376 EastWestCenter.org Associates Oﬃce July 2, 2010 Aloha and Sagatham! With pleasure and excitement, we welcome our fellow East-West Center alumnae/alumni and friends from near and far as we gather in person and in spirit in Honolulu to celebrate the Golden Jubilee 50th Anniversary of the East-West Center. The “Center,” as we fondly call it, has shaped our lives in many ways: through our professional development, through the friendships and shared experiences, and through our EWCA community of colleagues. We send our Mahalo to the many, many alumni, staff and friends who have worked hard on our EWCA Conference and on the year-long Golden Jubilee Programs, in Honolulu and in numerous cities throughout the region. Let us once again share our friendship, our memories, our research and our laughter, and perhaps a tear or two, as we rededicate ourselves to the goals of the East-West Center — to promote better relations and understanding among the peoples of the United States, Asia and the Pacific … and beyond. Khaleda Rashid Khaleda Rashid Lyn Flanigan Chair of the EWCA Board President Lyn Flanigan The East-West Center promotes better relations and understanding among the people and nations of the United States, Asia, and the Paciﬁc through cooperative study, research, and dialogue. Established by the U.S. Congress in 1960, the Center serves as a resource for information and analysis on critical issues of common concern, bringing people together to exchange views, build expertise, and develop policy options. 5 1601 East-West Road Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96848-1601 Tel: 808.944.7506 Fax: 808.944.7376 EastWestCenter.org Associates Oﬃce July 2, 2010 Aloha, The 50th Anniversary of the EWC means something different to each of us. Yet, we all can reflect on the Center’s impact upon our lives. If you were here in the 60s, 70s or even the 80s, you can muse about the passing of years and recall those personal and professional moments of significance to you. If you were at the Center in the last two decades you probably can measure how well it prepared you for the dynamics of change in this era of globalization. Our 50th Anniversary Conference hopes to provide events and contacts with friends to enable you to enjoy old and treasured memories. The program will also stimulate you intellectually as contemporary issues are presented by experts and then discussed by participants. Cultural events will reflect our diverse local and international population and the materials you will receive in your registration packet represents three years of preparation of works that we hope reflect your EWC experience, and additionally places the Center in its proper international perspective. As with all conferences of this size, there are innumerable people who have given unselfishly of their time and energy. Every key Conference Committee was co-chaired by someone from the EWCA and the EWC. We are pleased that this format worked extremely well as alumni and staff welded together the totality of the conference we hope participants enjoy. From logistics to program, from publicity to recruiting volunteers, from determining cultural events to the raising of funds, from publications to organizing EWC Day, we thank those who came together to form a well-oiled conference team. Sincerely, Cleo Kobayashi Dan Berman Conference Co-Chairs 50th Anniversary Conference Committee The East-West Center promotes better relations and understanding among the people and nations of the United States, Asia, and the Paciﬁc through cooperative study, research, and dialogue. Established by the U.S. Congress in 1960, the Center serves as a resource for information and analysis on critical issues of common concern, bringing people together to exchange views, build expertise, and develop policy options. 6 Conference Schedule Overview THURSDAY, JULY 1 SATURDAY, JULY 3 12:00-4:30 pm Early Registration Check-in 7:30 am Bus pick-up at EWC and selected hotels to HCC at EWC Hawai‘i Imin International Conference Center (at Jefferson Hall) Lanai 7:30 am-12 noon Registration Check-in, outside Maui Room, 316A-C (after 12 noon registration in Secretariat room 319B) CONFERENCE PANELS WILL BE HELD AT 7:30-9:30 am Coffee/refreshments HAWAI‘I CONVENTION CENTER (HCC) available for purchase at concession 8:00 am-7:00 pm Computer Room open, room 319A FRIDAY, JULY 2 8:00 am-7:00 pm Secretariat Room open, room 319B 7:30 am Bus pick-up at EWC and selected hotels to Hawai‘i Convention Center (HCC) 8:00 am-7:00 pm Hospitality Room open, Oahu room, 313A-C 7:30-10:30 am Registration Check-in, outside Maui Room, 316A-C 8:30-10:00 am Plenary Panel: 20 Years of Climate Change Research 7:30-9:00 am Coffee Service provided at the EWC and Cooperating Institutions: Session 1 7:30-11:00 am Computer Room open, room 319A Maui Room, 316A-C 7:30-11:00 am Secretariat Room open, room 319B 10:00-10:30 am Coffee Break and Poster Session Presentation in Hospitality Room, Oahu Room, 313 A-C 7:30-8:30 am Open Meeting of EWC Board of Governors, Ni‘ihau Room 312 POSTER SESSION PRESENTATIONS 8:45-9:00 am Kenny Endo and Taiko Drums 10:30 am-12noon Concurrent Panel Sessions to welcome conference participants Regions of Contestation and Collaboration – 9:00-11:00 am Opening Ceremony at HCC, Maui Room, 316A-C East and Southeast Asia | Room 317A Leadership is Innovation: MCs Lyn Flanigan and Ric Trimillos The 21st Century Paradigm for Survival | Room 317B Hawaiian Chant and Hula Health Care in Asia: The Local and Global | Room 318A performed by Michael Pili Pang and Hālau Hula Ka No‘eau Community Responses to Climate Change: Welcoming Remarks Session 1 | Room 318B Message from President Barack Obama (invited) Social Network Analysis: Case Studies | Room 321A The Honorable Mufi Hannemann, Mayor of Honolulu Islands, Oceans, and Sustainability | Room 321B Chair of EWC Board of Governors, Puongpun Sananikone Asian Economies in a Global Setting | Room 327 EWCA Report by EWCA President Lyn Flanigan Education for an International Community | Room 328 Roll Call by EWCA Chair Khaleda Rashid Participatory Responses Remarks by The Honorable Linda Lingle, and Conflict Resolution | Room 325B State of Hawai‘i Governor The Arts as Outreach and Inreach | Room 316 Address by East-West Center President Charles E. Morrison EWC Video Celebrating 50th Anniversary 11:00 am Buses leave for EWC 12:00-1:00 pm Box lunch provided at EWC 1:00-4:30 pm East-West Center Day on EWC campus (see page 9 for detailed schedule) 4:30-6:00 pm Reception at UH Kennedy Theatre hosted by the University of Hawai‘i 6:00 pm Optional 60s Reunion Gathering at Hale Halawai 6:00 pm Bus pick-up at EWC to selected hotels Free Evening 7 CONFERENCE SCHEDULE OVERVIEW Saturday, July 3 continued SUNDAY, JULY 4 12:00-2:00 pm Luncheon (Awards Ceremony), 7:30 am Bus pick-up at EWC and selected hotels to HCC Kalakaua Ballroom A-B (4th flr) 7:30-9:30 am Coffee/refreshments 2:00-3:30 pm Plenary Panel: available for purchase at concession Higher Education in the Great Recession: Challenges and Opportunities 8:00 am-5:30 pm Computer Room open, room 319A Maui Room, 316A-C 8:00 am-5:30 pm Secretariat Room open, room 319B 3:30-4:00 pm Coffee Break and Poster Session Registration Check-in in Secretariat room 319B in Hospitality Room, Oahu room, 313A-C 8:00 am-5:30 pm Hospitality Room open, Oahu room, 313A-C 4:00-5:30 pm Concurrent Program Panels The Multiplier Effect: 8:30-10:00 am Plenary Panel: Opportunities and Challenges for Current Issues Facing the Asia Pacific Region Women in the Asia Pacific Region | Room 317A Maui Room, 316A-C Health and Aging in Asia and the U.S. | Room 317B 10:00-10:30 am Coffee Break and Poster Session Toward a More Civil Society | Room 318A in Hospitality Room, Oahu room, 313A-C Marine Protected Areas | Room 318B 20 Years of Climate Change Research at the EWC 10:30 am-12 noon Concurrent Program Panels and Cooperating Institutions: Session 2 | Room 321A Demonstration Session: Leadership, Insiders and Outsiders | Room 321B “Global Peace, Harmony and Healing Advocacy and Quality of Life | Room 327 through Integral Taichi” | Room 317A Education: Web and Face-to-Face The East-West Center: Developments | Room 328 A Half Century of Legacy I | Room 317B Philosophy as Compassion in Action: Building Schools Diverse Strategies of Leadership | Room 318A for the Underprivileged in India | Room 325B Reflection on Quality of Life | Room 318B The Legacy of Ann Dunham Soetoro | Room 316 National Responses to Climate Change | Room 321A Governance Issues: 7:15-9:00 pm Welcome Reception Dinner Corruption, Identity and Intervention | Room 321B including Hawaiian ‘Auana (modern) Music Why Asian and International Studies Matter Kalakaua Ballroom A-B (4th flr) in the 21st Century | Room 327 Award presentation to Senator Daniel K. Inouye New Perspectives: Revisiting the Familiar | Room 328 by Lyn Flanigan and Khaleda Rashid The EWC Arts Program: 9:15 pm Bus pick-up at HCC to EWC and selected hotels A Multi-Media Presentation | Room 325B The Political Economy of Corruption, Poverty, Alleviation, and Policy Reform | Room 316 continued 8 CONFERENCE SCHEDULE OVERVIEW Sunday, July 4 continued 12:00-2:00 pm Lunch on your own 10:00-10:30 am Coffee Break and Poster Session (concessions available for purchases) in Hospitality Room, Oahu room, 313A-C Chat Sessions 10:30 am-12 noon Concurrent Program Panels 2:00-3:30 pm Plenary Panel: Advancing Leadership through Research | Room 317B Assessing Obama’s Foreign Policy: Cultural and National Imaging Any Asia Pacific Change? in the Arts of the Pacific and Asia | Room 318A Maui Room, 316A-C Great Historical Moments for Asia | Room 318B 3:30-4:00 pm Coffee Break and Poster Session Sea-level Rise and Climate Security | Room 321A in Hospitality Room, Oahu room, 313A-C Regional Viewpoints on Climate Change | Room 321B The Impact of Exploding Social Networks 4:00-5:30 pm Concurrent Program Panels on Democracy | Room 327 Providing International Higher Education A New Era of Reporting the “News” – at the EWC for Underserved Groups | Room 317A The Impact of New Media, Traditional Media, The East-West Center: Social Media | Room 328 A Half Century of Legacy II | Room 317B Cross Cultural Communication Preparing Participatory & Social-Justice Oriented Citizens: in Times of Crisis | Room 325B Perspectives from Asia-Pacific Societies | Room 318A Judiciary Agendas and the Rule of Law | Room 318B 12:00-1:30 pm Lunch on your own Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions | Room 321A (concessions available for purchases) Re-thinking Identity Through Place | Room 321B EWCA Business Meeting, Room 316 Recent Developments in Chat Sessions Population and Health in Asia | Room 327 1:30-3:00 pm Concurrent Program Panels Performance Session: “Wayang Sampur-na: Epic Turning Points” | Room 316 When Strangers Meet through Asia Pacific Films | Room 317A 5:30-7:00 pm Fourth of July Reception on HCC Rooftop Garden Community Responses to Climate Change: (4th flr) featuring the Royal Hawaiian Band Session 2 | Room 317B 2010: Today’s East-West Center 7:15 pm Bus pick-up at HCC to EWC and selected hotels Student Fellows & Fellowships | Room 318A Open evening to watch firework displays The Digital Divide: Bridges and Developments | Room 318B EWC Sustainability Task Force: MONDAY, JULY 5 What are EWC Green Successes to Date and What’s Next | Room 321A 7:30 am Bus pick-up at EWC and selected hotels to HCC Integrating Elements of Disaster and Climate Change Risk Reduction into Community Resilience | Room 321B 7:30-9:30 am Coffee/refreshments Reflections on the East-West Center Experience, available for purchase at concession Circa 1960s | Room 327 8:00 am-4:00 pm Computer Room open, room 319A Empowering and Gendering in Asia | Room 325B 8:00 am-4:00 pm Secretariat Room open, room 319B 3:15 pm Bus pick-up at HCC to EWC and selected hotels Registration Check-in in Secretariat room 319B 5:30 pm Bus pick-up at EWC and selected hotels to HCC 8:00 am-4:00 pm Hospitality Room open, Oahu room, 313A-C 6:00-9:00 pm Aloha Dinner including 24/VII Danceforce and Alumni Talent Show, Kalakaua Ballroom A-B (4th flr) 8:30-10:00 am Plenary Panel: Governance for Human Development: 9:30 pm Bus pick-up at HCC to EWC and selected hotels Emerging Issues in Asia and the Pacific Maui Room, 316A-C TUESDAY, JULY 6 Optional Post Conference Tours & Departure of Participants 9 East-West Center Day – Open House FRIDAY, JULY 2 11:00 am Depart by Bus from Hawai‘i Convention Center for East-West Center 12:00-1:00 pm Luncheon, Jefferson Hall/Imin International Conference Center Lanai Plate lunches will be served on the lanai (Seating available on the lanai overlooking the garden, garden level rooms, or picnic style on the lawn.) 11:30 am-1:45 pm East-West Center Sustainability Task Force booth, Jefferson/Imin Lanai 12:00-4:00 pm East-West Center Showcase, Keoni Auditorium, Jefferson Hall (The following activities will run throughout the afternoon in Keoni.) • 50th Anniversary T-shirt sales (Friends of EWC) • Aloha Shirt sales and pick up table (EWC Foundation) • Craft Fair • Impulse Journal exhibit & book sale (EWC Student Fellows) • Student fellowships information table 12:30-4:30 pm East-West Center Nostalgic and New Highlights (The following activities will run throughout the afternoon.) Hale Mānoa and Hale Kuahine Open House Feeling nostalgic to see your dormitory again? Designated rooms in HM and HK will be available for visiting and reminiscing. Housing staff will be available on the floors and near the elevators to guide you to the rooms and to answer questions. Volleyball & Tug-of-War friendly competition Friendship Circle, between Hale Mānoa and Burns Hall Join current students in a friendly game of volley ball and a tug-of-war (rope pull) game! 2:30-3:00 pm Tug-of-war (rope pull) game 3:00-4:00 pm Volleyball continued 10 EAST-WEST CENTER DAY – OPEN HOUSE Friday, July 2 continued East-West Center Nostalgic and New Highlights at Burns Hall 12:30-4:30 pm Arts Program, East-West Center Gallery, Burns Hall first floor The EWC Gallery (and adjacent lobbies and lounge) features “East-West Treasures: Works from the Permanent Collection.” EWC has been presented with extraordinary gifts of art by heads of governments and institutions, alumni chapters, artists-in-residence, professional colleagues, young scholars, and various other Center supporters, and the current Gallery exhibition showcases a 1:00-3:30 pm East-West Seminars Program Open House and selection of works. An 8-minute video projection art work, Photo Showcase, Burns Hall Fourth Floor Lobby based on the Imin Center-Jefferson Hall flagship murals Learn about the exciting activities of the East-West Center’s and accompanied by live music, will be shown at 1:00, 2:00, newest program, and find out how you can get involved. and 3:00 p.m. Also in the Gallery to “talk story” with alumni Enjoy refreshments as you stroll through a gallery of photos is long-time staffer Jeannette ‘Benji’ Bennington. (Benji’s representing our activities and talk with Seminars staff, tea-apple-lemon punch will be served.) including Director Raymond Burghardt, former U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam. East-West Seminars was 12:30-4:30 pm East-West Center Bookstore, established in 2005 to expand East-West Center’s outreach Burns Hall first floor to working professionals, from journalists to women Publications available for sale and for free leaders to Chinese park managers. East-West Seminars now has more than 15 programs each year including the 1:00-3:30 pm Education Program Open House, flagship Jefferson Fellowships (1967), Senior Policy Burns Hall second floor lobby, and Seminar, and New Generation Seminar (1988) as well as rooms 2063/2064, 2118, and 2121/2125 new activities such as an international media conference, On the mauka side of Burns Hall, enjoy a brief media a journalists exchange between the U.S. and Muslim presentation that locates your EWC experience in a 50- countries in Asia, and a seminar on urbanization year timeline of EWC programs, and as you walk down challenges. memory lane look for yourself in the hundreds of historical photos beautifully arranged by Benji Bennington. Meet with 1:00-3:30 pm Research Information Services (library), past and current staff who have been part of the student Burns Hall, Fourth floor and educator programs spanning decades, and learn more RIS staff will be on hand to help alumni find their own works about opportunities for new generations to experience within its collection of 5,000 books and documents these programs today. produced by EWC institutes, projects, and scholars over the past 50 years. PCs for viewing the Center’s Oral History 1:00-3:30 pm Research Program Open House, Project web pages will also be available. Burns Hall Second and Third floor lobbies Were you a student, research fellow, or scholar associated 1:00-3:30 pm Films shown throughout the afternoon, with the Environment and Policy Institute, Population Burns Hall, 4005 Institute, the Resource Systems Institute, or another EWC Two 20-minute films about EWC produced in the 1960s and Research activity? Join us for the Research Program Open 1970s by GeorgeTahara, a local producer, will be shown House on East-West Center Day, July 2 in the lobbies of the throughout the afternoon. These films feature several second and third floors of Burns Hall. Reconnect with some students and many staff members from the 60s and 70s: of the Research Fellows who have long been at the Center • Bridge for the Pacific (1971-72) and meet new ones. Learn how research at the Center has focuses on the participants changed in response to new regional challenges. Find out • East-West Center: Cultures in Contact (1975-76) more about what we are doing in population aging, focuses on the research institutes HIV/HIDS, emerging infectious disease, human rights, climate change, governance and security, China’s rise, 3:00-4:30 pm Reconnecting Reception, energy security and more. (Refreshments will be served.) Jefferson Hall/Imin Conference Center Lanai Afternoon coffee, tea & cupcakes with current and retired 1:00-3:30 pm Pacific Islands Development Program EWC staff, UH professors, Friends of the EWC and host Open House, Burns Hall, Third Floor Lobby families. Featuring display and slide show depicting PIDP activities over the years, Pacific Island Reports (PIR) milestones, and 4:30-6:00 pm University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa PIDP publications. Alumni Reception, Kennedy Theater lanai 6:00 pm Buses Depart from Imin Conference Center to return to Waikiki hotels 11 Detailed Conference Schedule PRE CONFERENCE DAY AT EAST-WEST CENTER (EWC) CONFERENCE PANELS WILL BE HELD AT HAWAI‘I IMIN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE CENTER HAWAI‘I CONVENTION CENTER (HCC) (AT JEFFERSON HALL) FRIDAY, JULY 2 THURSDAY, JULY 1 7:30 am Bus pick-up at EWC and selected hotels 12:00-4:30 pm Early Registration Check-in to Hawai‘i Convention Center (HCC) at EWC Hawai‘i Imin International Conference Center (at Jefferson Hall) Lanai 7:30-10:30 am Registration Check-in, outside Maui Room, 316A-C 7:30-9:00 am Coffee Service provided 7:30-11:00 am Computer Room open, room 319A 7:30-11:00 am Secretariat Room open, room 319B 7:30-8:30 am Open Meeting of EWC Board of Governors, Ni‘ihau Room 312 8:45-9:00 am Kenny Endo and Taiko Drums to welcome conference participants 9:00-11:00 am Opening Ceremony at HCC, Maui Room, 316A-C MCs Lyn Flanigan and Ric Trimillos Hawaiian Chant and Hula performed by Michael Pili Pang and Hālau Hula Ka No‘eau Welcoming Remarks Message from President Barack Obama (invited) The Honorable Mufi Hannemann, Mayor of Honolulu Chair of EWC Board of Governors, Puongpun Sananikone EWCA Report by EWCA President Lyn Flanigan Roll Call by EWCA Chair Khaleda Rashid Remarks by The Honorable Linda Lingle, State of Hawai‘i Governor Address by East-West Center President Charles E. Morrison EWC Video Celebrating 50th Anniversary 11:00 am Buses leave for EWC 12:00-1:00 pm Box lunch provided at EWC 1:00-4:30 pm East-West Center Day on EWC campus (see page 9 for detailed schedule) 4:30-6:00 pm Reception at UH Kennedy Theatre hosted by the University of Hawai‘i 6:00 pm Optional 60s Reunion Gathering at Hale Halawai 6:00 pm Bus pick-up at EWC to selected hotels Free Evening 12 CONFERENCE SCHEDULE continued SATURDAY, JULY 3 10:00-10:30 am Coffee Break and Poster Session Presentation in Hospitality Room, Oahu Room, 313 A-C 7:30 am Bus pick-up at EWC and selected hotels to HCC POSTER SESSION PRESENTATIONS 7:30 am-12 noon Registration Check-in, outside Maui Room, 316A-C ASMA MAHMUD HASHMI, Associate Professor, Indus Valley (after 12 noon registration in Secretariat room 319B) School of Art and Architecture, Karachi, Pakistan “Art Education Through the Eyes of Students” 7:30-9:30 am Coffee/refreshments available for purchase at concession MUHAMMAD IBRAHIM, Pakistan “If Resources Are Eroded, Population May Not Be Exploded” 8:00 am-7:00 pm Computer Room open, room 319A YAHUI OLENIK, Professor, Montclair State University, NJ, USA “Process and the Challenges of Spoken Chinese” 8:00 am-7:00 pm Secretariat Room open, room 319B LE THI THU GIANG, Teacher, Disadvantaged Children 8:00 am-7:00 pm Hospitality Room open, Oahu room, 313A-C School, Vietnam “Folk Music: A Key to Some Social Issues” 8:30-10:00 am Plenary Panel: VIRGIE CHATTERGY, Professor Emeritus, University of 20 Years of Climate Change Research Hawai‘i, College of Education, HI, USA at the EWC and Cooperating Institutions: “Education of Filipinos – The Colonial Years: Session 1 Comparative Description of Spanish and American Maui Room, 316A-C Educational Orientation” Chair/Moderator: TOUFIQ SIDDIQI and NIKA NORDBROCK, Associate Professor, Embry-Riddle NANCY LEWIS, Director, Research Program, East-West Aeronautical University, AZ, USA Center, HI, USA “Cattle, Horses, Sky, and Grass Cowboy Poetry and KIRK R. SMITH, Professor of Global Environmental Health, Ranching Culture” University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA KRISH DUBEY, President, Dubey & Associates, HI, USA “Co-benefits and National Responsibilities: “Frameworks in Teaching Management” Current Status of Early EWC Contributions” VASANTHI RANGANATHAN, Trustee, TREF Public Charitable WU ZONGXIN, Professor and President, Institute of Nuclear Trust, India and New Energy Technology, Tsinghua University, China and “Partnerships in Education – Global Collaborations” DAVID STREETS, Senior Scientist, Argonne National Laboratory, IL, USA(Co-author: Toufiq Siddiqi, East-West MEGUMI YOSHIDA, Visiting Fellow, Yale University Divinity Center) School, Japan “China’s Response Strategies for Global Climate Change “Toward Building a Peaceful Community in Asia Pacific: – Follow-up to the ADB-SSTC-Tsinghua-EWC-Argonne Through ‘Active Passivity and Deep Activity Project” of Listening to’” KAZU TAKEMOTO, Vice-Minister, Ministry of the NORMAN GESCHWIND, HI, USA Environment, Japan “Origins of the East-West Center” “Japan’s Initiatives on Climate Change” JIWNATH GHIMIRE, EWC Sustainability Task Force Co-chair TOUFIQ SIDDIQI, Adjunct Senior Fellow, Research Program, & Student Affiliate, East-West Center and WENDY MILES, East-West Center and President, Global Environment and EWC Sustainability Task Force Member & Degree Fellow, Energy in the 21st Century, HI, USA East-West Center “Asia’s Response to Climate Change — Phase 3” “Greening EWC: Student and Staff Sustainability Initiatives” 13 CONFERENCE SCHEDULE Saturday, July 3 continued Room 318B Community Responses to Climate Change: 10:30 am-12noon Concurrent Panel Sessions Session 1 Chair/Moderator: JEREMY WEBB Room 317A Regions of Contestation and Collaboration – East and Southeast Asia JEREMY WEBB, Member, EWCA Brisbane Chapter, Australia, and KAREN NUNAN, Member, EWCA Brisbane Chapter, Chair/Moderator: PUSHPA THAMBIPILLAI Australia GAYE CHRISTOFFERSEN, Associate Professor, Soka “Brisbane: A Climate Change Ready City?” University of America, CA, USA SAROSH BANA, President, EWCA Mumbai Chapter, India “Chinese Approaches to East Asian “Meeting the Challenge of Climate Change in Mumbai” Maritime and Energy Cooperation: China’s Evolving Identity in Multilateral Regimes” BRYAN BUSHLEY, PhD Candidate, University of Hawai‘i and Graduate Degree Fellow, East-West Center, WA, USA RAMY INOCENCIO, GIST Delegate, GIST2010 and Asia “Boon or Boondoggle: Can Nepal’s Forest-Dependent Pacific Leadership Program Fellow, East-West Center, CA, USA Communities Benefit from REDD?” “China-Taiwan Relations in 2049: A Generational Futures Study of Political and Economic Cross-Strait Ties” Room 321A Social Network Analysis: Case Studies JOSHUA COOPER, GIST Delegate, GIST2010, HI, USA Chair/Moderator: HUONG “HOLLY” PHAM “The ASEAN Inter-Governmental Commission on Human Rights: The Final Regional Piece JESSICA GORDON, GIST Delegate/ Asia Pacific Leadership in the Global Puzzle of Human Rights” Program Fellow, East-West Center, FL, USA; HUONG “HOLLY” PHAM, Asia Pacific Leadership Program Fellow, East-West PUSHPA THAMBIPILLAI, Senior Lecturer, University of Center, Vietnam; and CAITLIN WYNDHAM, Asia Pacific Brunei Darussalam, Brunei Darussalam Leadership Program Fellow, East-West Center, Australia “Promoting the ASEAN Way: “Social Network Analysis in Practice to Improve Aiding or Hindering in Community Building?” Development in Asia Pacific” Room 317B Leadership is Innovation: AMY QUON, Doctoral Student, UCLA Graduate School of The 21st Century Paradigm for Survival Education and Information Studies, CA, USA “Network Analysis of Development Collaborations in Chair/Moderator: PAT LOUI, President, OmniTrak Group Haiti and Nepal” Inc., HI, USA JIM CASTLE, Chairman, Castle Asia, PT Jasa Cita, Indonesia Room 321B Islands, Oceans, and Sustainability RONNY ADHIKARYA, Managing Director, R-Adhikarya Chair/Moderator: PAUL FAULSTICH International, CA, USA JOHN CUSICK, Assistant Specialist, Environmental Center, SPENCER KIM, Chairman, CBOL Corporation, CA, USA University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, HI, USA “From Yakushima to Iriomote: Room 318A Health Care in Asia: The Local and Global Outlier Islands of Japan to Ecotourism Hotspots” Chair/Moderator: PURNAWAN JUNADI PAUL FAULSTICH, Professor of Environmental Studies, Pitzer College, CA, USA PURNAWAN JUNADI, Academic Professor, Faculty of Public “Human Ecology Perspectives on Sustainability” Health, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia “A Smart Road to Health, Case of Indonesia” STEPHEN J. POLLARD, Principal Economist, Pacific Area Regional Department, Asian Development Bank, Philippines GERALDINE PADILLA, Professor Emerita, School of Nursing, University of California, San Francisco, CA, USA “Philippine Policy and Newborn HBV Immunization” DENNIS RICHMOND, Fellow, American College of Surgeons, CA, USA “The ‘Americanization’ of Medical Tourism” 14 CONFERENCE SCHEDULE Saturday, July 3 continued Room 327 Asian Economies in a Global Setting Room 316 The Arts as Outreach and Inreach Chair/Moderator: EPICTETUS E. PATALINGHUG Chair/Moderator: FRED LAU, Professor of Ethnomusicology, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, HI, USA AKIYO IMAMURA, PhD Candidate, Graduate School of Business Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan and CINDY CHRISTOPHER BLASDEL, Artistic Director, The International YOSHIKO SHIRATA, Professor, Graduate School of Business House of Japan, Inc., Japan Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan “Integrating Artists into Japan: The Japan-US Friendship “Relationship between Ownership and Substantial Commission Creative Artists’ Program and the Interna- Growth of Japanese Companies” tional House of Japan” SU YOUN KIM, Officer, ASEAN-Korea Centre, Korea MARGARET KING, Director, Center for Cultural Studies & “ASEAN Economic Community and Analysis, PA, USA Its Meaning for the Region” “The Global Reach Cultural Community – The Connected Museum” EPICTETUS E. PATALINGHUG, Professor, University of the Philippines, Philippines RILEY LEE, Director, Sound of Bamboo, Australia “Industrial Policy and Economic Recovery “The Shakuhachi Community: in the 21st Century: Lessons for the Philippines” From Localised Factions to International Fraternity” DIANE WATANABE, Founder and Vice President, Institute of Room 328 Education for an International Community Learning, Cognition, the Arts and the Brain, CA, USA Chair/Moderator: SIEGFRIED RAMLER, Senior Adjunct “Lifetime Payoffs: Positive Effects of the Arts Fellow, East-West Center, HI, USA on Human Brain Development” WILADLAK CHUAWANLEE, Assistant Professor, Behavioral 12:00-2:00 pm Luncheon (Awards Ceremony), Science Research Institute, Srinakharinwirot University, Kalakaua Ballroom A-B (4th flr) Thailand “Program for Establishing Systems of Standards 2:00-3:30 pm Plenary Panel: for the Development Process of New Government Higher Education in the Great Recession: Officials during the Work Trial Period” Challenges and Opportunities MILONI GANDHI, Graduate School of Education and Maui Room, 316A-C Information Studies, University of California, CA, USA Chair/Moderator: TERANCE BIGALKE, Director, Education “Cultural Chameleons: Negotiating Multiple Identities in Program, East-West Center, HI, USA the Context of International Exchange” JOHN HAWKINS, Professor Emeritus, Comparative and JEONG TAIK LEE, Adjunct Professor, Global Business International Education, UCLA, and EWC Senior Consultant Administration, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, and on Education, CA, USA President, The APEC Studies Association of Korea, Korea “Swimming Against the Tide of Recession: “Enhancing In-House Lifelong Learning Competency Emerging Trends Chinese Higher Education” Development Across Asia and the Pacific: Culture-Communication Requirements” M.R.C. GREENWOOD, Member, EWC Board of Governors (ex-officio) and President of the University of Hawai‘i SIEGFRIED RAMLER, Senior Adjunct Fellow, East-West System, HI, USA Center, HI, USA “University of Hawai‘i in the 21st Century: “Globalizing Minds in the 21st Century” Opportunities in the Asia-Pacific Region” Room 325B Participatory Responses KAZUHIKO TAKEUCHI, Vice Rector, United Nations and Conflict Resolution University, Japan “Challenges and Opportunities in Chair/Moderator: MONEEZA HASHMI, General Manager Higher Education in the Current Economic Environment, International Relations, Eye Television Network Limited, with an Emphasis on Japan” Pakistan MICHAEL YOUNG, Member, EWC Board of Governors and ARVINDER S. BRARA, Chairman and Managing Director, President of The University of Utah, USA Mantec Consultants (P) Ltd., India “Economic Development and the Knowledge Economy: “Reducing Conflict and Enhancing Cooperation through The Transformation of Higher Education Effective Persuasion Skills (EPS)” in the 21st Century” MONEEZA HASHMI, General Manager International Relations, Eye Television Network Limited, Pakistan, 3:30-4:00 pm Coffee Break and Poster Session “Can I Make a Difference?” in Hospitality Room, Oahu room, 313A-C ANNE T. SWEETSER, Independent Consultant, MA, USA “Applications of Participatory Methodology for Promoting Responsive Governance” 15 Room 318A Toward a More Civil Society Chair/Moderator: BROOKS ROBINSON, Economic Advisor, U.S. Pacific Command, HI, USA JEAN LOUIS RALLU, Senior Researcher, INED, France “The MDGs and Community Building in Social and Development Issues” BROOKS ROBINSON, Economic Advisor, U.S. Pacific Command, HI, USA “Terrorist Incidents and U.S. Foreign Assistance: CONFERENCE SCHEDULE Preliminary Experiments with Causality Tests” Saturday, July 3 continued RICHARD E. SCHATZ, Professor of Economics, Whitworth 4:00-5:30 pm Concurrent Program Panels University, WA, USA “Education and Structural Transformation: Room 317A The Multiplier Effect: A Sarawak Malaysia Case Study” Opportunities and Challenges for Women in the Asia Pacific Region Room 318B Marine Protected Areas Chair/Moderator: AMANDA ELLIS, Lead Specialist Gender Chair/Moderator: JENNY MILLER GARMENDIA and Development, World Bank, DC, USA JENNY MILLER GARMENDIA, Director, Project AWARE ARFA ZEHRA, Chairperson, Pakistan Commission on Foundation, CA, USA Women and Professor, FCC University, Pakistan “Ocean Governance and the “NGO Perspective in Pakistan: Grass Roots Mobilization, Social Construction of Ocean Space” and the Role of Women in Society” AILEEN P. MAYPA, Research Advisor, Coastal Conservation DELIA RODRIGUEZ-AMAYA, Professor, University of and Education Foundation and East-West Center Degree Campinas, Brazil Fellow, Philippines “Local Governance Capacity Building Impacts JESSICA EAR, Associate Professor, Internship Program on Marine Protected Areas in the Philippines” Manager, College of Security Studies, Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies, HI, USA ALAN T. WHITE, Senior Scientist, The Nature Conservatory, HI, USA KALPANA SANKAR, CEO, Hand in Hand, India “Implementation of Coral Triangle Initiative: KIRPAL SINGH, Director, Wee Wee Kim Center, Singapore Focus on Marine Protected Areas” University, Singapore “WOMEN WINNING: Some Cautions” Room 321A 20 Years of Climate Change Research at the EWC and Cooperating Institutions: Room 317B Health and Aging in Asia and the U.S. Session 2 Chair/Moderator: VIRGINIA HINSHAW, Chancellor, Chair/Moderator: WU ZONGXIN, Professor and President, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, HI, USA Institute of Nuclear and New Energy Technology, Tsinghua University, China and ROLAND FUCHS, Senior Fellow, PATRICK G. COOLEN, Director, South Sound Care Research Program, East-West Center, HI, USA Connection/Supportive Services, WA, USA “Aging, Alzheimer’s, and Assistance; EILEEN SHEA, Director, NOAA IDEA Center, NC, USA Impacts on Care, Costs and Communities” “Climate Services for Society: Lessons from the Pacific Islands” LIVIA ISKANDAR, International Director, East-West Center and Degree Fellow, PULIH Foundation, Indonesia ALLEN CLARK, Senior Fellow, Research Program, East-West “Establishing a Service Delivery Organization Center, HI, USA for Social Change: Case Study of PULIH Indonesia” “Climate Change and Urban Growth” WILLIAM LONG, Professor and Chair, Sam Nunn School of DAVID S. MCCAULEY, Principal Climate Change Specialist, International Affairs, Georgia Institute of Technology, GA, USA Asian Development Bank, Philippines “Explaining Transnational Cooperation and Governance “Challenges to Development in ASEAN Countries from in Infectious Disease Control in Challenging Regions” Climate Change” BRADLEY WILLCOX, Associate Director, Interdisciplinary ZHANG XILIANG, Professor and Deputy Director, Institute of Research on Aging, Pacific Health Research Institute and Energy, Environment and Economy, Tsinghua University, Medical Director, Clinical Research, The Queen’s Medical China Center, HI, USA, and VICKI L. SHAMBAUGH, Director, “Energy Technologies for Climate Change Mitigation Research and Development, Pacific Health Research in China” Institute, HI, USA “Healthy Aging: Findings from Research in the U.S. and Asia” 16 CONFERENCE SCHEDULE Saturday, July 3 continued Room 321B Leadership, Insiders and Outsiders Room 325B Philosophy as Compassion in Action: Building Schools for the Underprivileged Chair/Moderator: TASHI GONGBU ZHAXI in India LAN-HUNG NORA CHIANG, Professor, National Taiwan Chair/Moderator: ASHOK MALHOTRA University, Taiwan “Don’t Cry for Me Argentina: ASHOK MALHOTRA, Distinguished Teaching Professor, Taiwanese Migrants Returning Home” SUNY at Oneonta, NY, USA “History of the Ninash’s Literacy Project WARIYA CHINWANNO, Dean, Mahidol University, Thailand from its Inception in 1996 to the Present” “The Development of the Ways to Promote and Support Research Ethics” DOUGLAS SHRADER, Distinguished Teaching Professor, SUNY at Oneonta, NY, USA TASHI GONGBU ZHAXI, General Projects Manager; “Building Schools, Building Community, Professor, Tibet Plateau Perspectives and Agricultural Building the Future” Collage of University of Tibet, China “Evaluation of Namsaling Dekhi New Village” LINDA DRAKE, Director, Center for Social Responsibility and Community, SUNY at Oneonta, NY, USA Room 327 Advocacy and Quality of Life “Social Impact” Chair/Moderator: APRILANI SOEGIARTO, Advisor, Lipi, Room 316 The Legacy of Ann Dunham Soetoro Indonesia Chair/Moderator: MAYA SOETORO-NG SUSHILA SINGH, Treasurer, EWCA Nepal Chapter and Professor, Padma Kanya Campus, Tribhuvan University, Nepal MAYA SOETORO-NG, Education Specialist, Education “Impact of Climate Change on Water Availability and Program, East-West Center, HI, USA Water Management in Nepal” “My Mother as Teacher, and its Impact on the Family” SHAN FENG, Professor, Huazhong University of Science and TERANCE BIGALKE, Director, Education Program, East-West Technology, People’s Republic of China Center, HI, USA “Global Development: Focused Fixers or Paradigm Shifters” “Ann, the Ford Foundation, and Indonesia in the Early 1980s” G.B. AELRED FERNANDO, President, EWCA Sri Lanka Chapter, Sri Lanka NANCY I. COOPER, Associate Professor of Anthropology, “Meeting Energy Needs and Climate Change Awareness” University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, HI, USA and ALICE DEWEY, Professor Emeritus of Anthropology, HI, USA Room 328 Education: “The Dissertation of Ann Dunham Soetoro: Web and Face-to-Face Developments A Gift to Anthropology” Chair/Moderator: FRED ANDERSON, Professor of English ANN HAWKINS, Independent Scholar, CA, USA Linguistics, Kansai University, Japan “The Field Methodologies and Mentorship of Ann Dunham Soetoro” YOSHIKAZU MURAKAMI, Professor (retired) and Lecturer, Ehime University, Japan BRONWEN SOLYOM, Librarian and Curator, Jean Charlot “Redesigning of Teaching and Learning Collection, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, HI USA in Higher Education by Using the Internet” “The Notebooks and Field Notes of Ann Dunham Soetoro” JOSEPH PETERS, Professor, University of West Florida, FL, USA 7:15-9:00 pm Welcome Reception Dinner “Using Web2.0 Tools to Support Online including Hawaiian ‘Auana (modern) Music Student Engagement for All Students” Kalakaua Ballroom A-B (4th flr) JONATHAN STRAHL, GIST Delegate, GIST2010 and Award presentation to Senator Daniel K. Inouye Asia Pacific Leadership Program Fellow, East-West Center, by Lyn Flanigan and Khaleda Rashid OR, USA “Using Cognitive Psychology to Inform 9:15 pm Bus pick-up at HCC to EWC and selected hotels English Teaching Techniques in Indonesia” 17 CONFERENCE SCHEDULE continued SUNDAY, JULY 4 Room 318A Diverse Strategies of Leadership Chair/Moderator: DANIEL BERMAN, HI, USA 7:30 am Bus pick-up at EWC and selected hotels to HCC CHUNG-YING CHENG, Professor, University of Hawai‘i at 7:30-9:30 am Coffee/refreshments Mānoa, HI, USA available for purchase at concession “Confucian Political Leadership: Classical and Contemporary from both 8:00 am-5:30 pm Computer Room open, room 319A Historical and Philosophical Points of View” STEPHEN CHUN, Managing Director, Lean Consulting 8:00 am-5:30 pm Secretariat Room open, room 319B Associates LLC, CA, USA Registration Check-in in Secretariat room 319B “Toyota Heart, Toyota Strength, Toyota Leadership” 8:00 am-5:30 pm Hospitality Room open, Oahu room, 313A-C KEIKO YAMAZATO, Professor, Okinawa Christian University, Japan 8:30-10:00 am Plenary Panel: “A Way to Help Ordinary College Students Current Issues Facing the Asia Pacific Region toward Leadership” Maui Room, 316A-C Room 318B Reflection on Quality of Life Chair/Moderator: CHARLES E. MORRISON Chair/Moderator: VICTOR KOBAYASHI CHARLES E. MORRISON, President, East-West Center, HI, USA MARA MILLER, HI, USA NANCY LEWIS, Director, Research Program, East-West “Environmental Stewardship, Diasporic Communities, Center, HI, USA and Recovering from Disasters: TERANCE BIGALKE, Director, Education Program, How China’s ‘New National Garden Cities’ (NNGCs) East-West Center, HI, USA and Traditional Chinese Gardens Interact Globally for 21st Century Healing” RAYMOND BURGHARDT, Director, Seminar Program, East-West Center, HI, USA KIYOSHI NAKACHI, Professor, Meio University Japan, Okinawa, Japan SITIVENI HALAPUA, Director, Pacific Islands Development “Assignments for Okinawa and Hawai‘i for Building Program, East-West Center, HI, USA Good Asia Pacific Communities in the Global Era” SATU LEMAYE, Director, East-West Center in Washington, ANEES SHEIKH, Professor, Marquette University, WI, USA DC, USA “Reasons for Living: Where the East and the West Meet” 10:00-10:30 am Coffee Break and Poster Session VICTOR KOBAYASHI, Professor Emeritus, University of in Hospitality Room, Oahu room, 313A-C Hawai‘i at Mānoa, HI, USA “Thinking Ecologically: Reducing World Conflict 10:30 am-12 noon Concurrent Program Panels and Environmental Disaster at the Personal Level” Room 317A Demonstration Session Room 321A National Responses to Climate Change Demonstration (with audience participation) by Chair/Moderator: MANUEL F. MONTES HOANG-TAM HILTON, MD,USA “Global Peace, Harmony and Healing DOUGLAS A. CODIGA, Attorney, Schlack Ito Lockwood Piper through Integral Taichi” & Elkind, HI, USA “Hawai‘i Climate Change and Clean Energy Law and Policy” Room 317B The East-West Center: CURT HAMAKAWA, Assistant Professor, Western New A Half Century of Legacy I England College, MA, USA Chair/Moderator: D.E. PERUSHEK “Reliable Categories of Environmental Policies” VERNER BICKLEY, Chairman, English-Speaking Union Hong BERNHARD MAY, Secretary General, Trilateral Commission, Kong, China Germany “Culture Learning 1972 to 1981. Seed Time or Harvest?” “Global Challenges and National Responsibilities: Energy Security and Global Warming as a CHEN-CHING LI, Professor, Shih Hsin University, Taiwan Complex Challenge for Pacific Asia and the World – “Human Capacity Empowerment in the 21st Century: A European Perspective” The Legacy of East-West Center” MANUEL F. MONTES, Chief, Development Strategies and D.E. PERUSHEK, Associate Director, Center for Chinese Policy Analysis, United Nations, NY, USA Studies, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, HI, USA “Financing Options and Conundrums in “Evaluating the Ephemeral: Combating Climate Change” The Effectiveness of the 1960s TIP and JYP Programs” 18 CONFERENCE SCHEDULE Sunday, July 4 continued Room 321B Governance Issues: Room 325B The EWC Arts Program: Corruption, Identity and Intervention A Multi-Media Presentation Chair/Moderator: BRENDAN HOWE Chair/Moderator: BILL FELTZ BRENDAN HOWE, Associate Director, Institute Development BILL FELTZ, Coordinator, Arts Program, East-West Center, and Human Security, Ewha Womans University, Korea HI, USA “Good Asian Governance: MICHAEL SCHUSTER, Curator, Arts Program, East-West Freedom from Fear and Freedom from Want?” Center, HI, USA ALVIN CHENG-HIN LIM, Teaching Assistant, University of ERIC CHANG, Outreach Assistant, Arts Program, East-West Hawai‘i at Mānoa, HI, USA Center, HI, USA “Khmerness as Event” REGINA ORDONEZ, President, Quantum Learning Institute, Room 316 The Political Economy of Corruption, Philippines Poverty, Alleviation, and Policy Reform “Governance: The Bad, the Good and the Ugly” Chair/Moderator: JAMES ROUMASSET, Professor, Department of Economics, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, Room 327 Why Asian and International Studies HI, USA Matter in the 21st Century BRUCE V. TOLENTINO, Director for Economic Reform and Chair/Moderator: ELIZABETH BUCK, Senior Education Development Program, Asia Foundation, CA, USA Fellow, Asian Studies Development Program, East-West “Political Economy Approaches Center, HI, USA to Economic Reform in Practice” CAROLE COWAN, President, Middlesex Community College, SIRILAKSANA KHOMAN, Senior Advisor, National MA, USA Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC), Thailand EDWARD SHULTZ, Dean, School of Asian and Pacific “Corruption and Network Relationships: Studies, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, HI, USA Governance Challenges for Thailand” PETER HERSHOCK, Coordinator, Asian Studies ARSENIO M. BALISACAN, Professor, School of Economics, Development Program, East-West Center, HI, USA University of Philippines, Philippines “The Philippine Economy during the LEON RICHARDS, Chancellor, University of Hawai‘i, Recent Global Food and Financial Crises: Kapiolani Community College, HI, USA Lessons for Governance and Poverty Reduction” Room 328 New Perspectives: Revisiting the Familiar SUTHAD SETBOONSARNG, Thailand Trade Representative, Government House, Office of Thailand Trade Representative, Chair/Moderator: JEFFREY DIPPMANN Thailand JOHN CHARLES, Director, Renaissance Advisers Limited, “Political Economy of Trade Policy Reform” United Kingdom SHANKAR SHARMA, Nepalese Ambassador to the US, “Inventing the Pacific: 1978 and All That” Embassy of Nepal, Nepal JEFFREY DIPPMANN, Associate Professor, Central “Political Economy of Nepal’s Constitutional Reforms” Washington University, WA, USA “Individual, Community, Cosmos: 12:00-2:00 pm Lunch on your own (concessions available for purchases) Re-envisioning Human Rights from Daoist Perspective” Chat Sessions STEPHEN LAUMAKIS, Professor, University of St. Thomas, MN, USA 2:00-3:30 pm Plenary Panel: “Is There a Christian/Catholic Contribution Assessing Obama’s Foreign Policy: to ‘Contemplative Science’?” Any Asia Pacific Change? Maui Room, 316A-C SALEEM AHMED, President, Moving Pen Publishers, Inc., HI, USA Chair/Moderator: RAYMOND BURGHARDT, Director, “Making Religion Part of the Solution” Seminars Program, East-West Center, HI, USA MICHAEL GREEN, Associate Professor of International Relations, Georgetown University School of Foreign Service and Senior Advisor and Japan Chair, CSIS VICTOR CHA, Senior Adviser and Korea Chair, CSIS; Director of Asian Studies, Georgetown University and Former Director of Asian Affairs, National Security Council, Georgetown University, USA CLYDE PRESTOWITZ, President, Economic Strategy Institute, DC, USA 19 Room 318A Preparing Participatory & Social-Justice Oriented Citizens: Perspectives from Asia-Pacific Societies Chair/Moderator: DAVID GROSSMAN, Dean of Education, Chaminade University of Honolulu and Adjunct Senior Fellow, Education Program, East-West Center, HI, USA YAN WING LEUNG, Associate Professor, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong “Politically Active Citizens in an Apolitical System of Civic Education: The Case of Hong Kong” SHIOWLAN DOONG, Associate Professor, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan “Moral Indoctrination Versus Democratic Education: CONFERENCE SCHEDULE The Rhetoric and the Practice of Taiwan’s Sunday, July 4 continued Citizenship Education” 3:30-4:00 pm Coffee Break and Poster Session JULIE HIGASHI, Professor, Ritsumeikan University, Japan in Hospitality Room, Oahu room, 313A-C “The Emergence of Local Governments as Promoters of Citizenship Education in Japan” 4:00-5:30 pm Concurrent Program Panels SOU-KUAN VONG, Research Centre Director, Associate Professor, University of Macau, China, Room 317A Providing International Higher Education “Moral and Civic Education – A Self and Governmental at the EWC for Underserved Groups Technology Leading to a Harmonious Macau Society” Chair/Moderator: KIM SMALL GAY GARLAND REED, Professor, University of Hawai‘i at KIM SMALL, Scholarship Program Specialist, Education Mānoa, HI, USA Program, East-West Center, HI, USA “Educating Socially Responsible Citizens: A View from Hawai‘i” MATTANA PONGMAI, Ford Foundation IFP Degree Fellow, Education Program, East-West Center, HI, USA Room 318B Judiciary Agendas and the Rule of Law MA. FELICIA FLORES, Ford Foundation IFP Degree Fellow, Chair/Moderator: RICHARD WINTERS Education Program, East-West Center, HI, USA SHUMEI HOU, Research Fellow, Griffith Asian Institute, EUGENE VRICELLA, Scholarship Program Coordinator, Griffith University, Australia and RONALD C. KEITH, Education Program, East-West Center, HI, USA Professor of China Studies, Griffith University, Australia JOSEPH LAWRENCE BRIDER, U.S.–South Pacific “The New Direction of the Chinese People’s Scholarship Program Degree Fellow, Education Program, Supreme Court Leadership” East-West Center, HI, USA JON M. VAN DYKE, Professor, William S. Richardson School PALMIRA GONÇALVES ARAÚJO VILANOVA, U.S.–Timor- of Law, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, HI, USA Leste Scholarship Program Degree Fellow, Education “The Rule of Law and the Independent Judiciary Program, East-West Center, HI, USA in the Pacific Islands” RICHARD WINTERS, Remsen Professor of Government, Room 317B The East-West Center: Dartmouth College, NH, USA A Half Century of Legacy II “Political Corruption Across Nations: Chair/Moderator: WILLIAM RICHTER, Professor Emeritus, What Can We Learn from Studies of the U.S. States?” Kansas State University, KS, USA KAZUYUKI MATSUMOTO, Retired, Japan “EWC 1969 ISI Where Have All the Flowers Gone?” MICHAEL MOLLOY, HI, USA “Experiencing Diversity at the EWC: Some Results and a Question” ESTRELLA BESINGA SYBINSKY, Retired Professor, Sonoma State & Chair, Program Committee, EWCA, Capital Region Chapter, MD, USA and PETER ANDREW SYBINSKY, Chief of Staff, Public Health Services, Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, State of Maryland, MD, USA “Cross-Cultural Storytelling: The Lighter Side of the East-West Center: Learning Within Diverse Frameworks” 20 CONFERENCE SCHEDULE Sunday, July 4 continued Room 321A Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions Room 316 Performance Session Chair/Moderator: SENGODA GOUNDER RAJAMANI GARRETT KAM, Independent Arts Consultant and Dancer, USA and Indonesia SENGODA GOUNDER RAJAMANI, Secretary/Treasurer, “Wayang Sampur-na: Epic Turning Points” EWCA Chennai Chapter, India “Climate Change – Control of Green House Emissions 5:30-7:00 pm Fourth of July Reception on HCC Rooftop Garden from Liquid/Solid Wastes by Bio Energy Generation (4th flr) featuring the Royal Hawaiian Band and Utilization” EDWARD W. SCHWERIN, Professor, Florida Atlantic 7:15 pm Bus pick-up at HCC to EWC and selected hotels University, FL, USA Open evening to watch firework displays “Environmental Policy and Green Public Procurement: China, Japan, and Korea” AMADO TOLENTINO, Executive Governor for Developing MONDAY, JULY 5 Countries, International Council of Environmental Law, Philippines 7:30 am Bus pick-up at EWC and selected hotels to HCC “The Need for an International Court of the Environment” 7:30-9:30 am Coffee/refreshments Room 321B Re-thinking Identity Through Place available for purchase at concession Chair/Moderator: LAWRENCE C. FOSTER, Professor, William S. Richardson School of Law, University of Hawai‘i 8:00 am-4:00 pm Computer Room open, room 319A at Mānoa, HI, USA 8:00 am-4:00 pm Secretariat Room open, room 319B YUKARI AKAMINE, Lecturer, Okinawa Christian University, Registration Check-in in Secretariat room 319B Japan “Okinawa’s Challenges to Achieve the 8:00 am-4:00 pm Hospitality Room open, Oahu room, 313A-C Rights of Self-Determination in Education” WIDYA WIDJAJANTI NOTOUTOMO, Architect, Urban & 8:30-10:00 am Plenary Panel: Regional Planner, Indonesia Governance for Human Development: “Come and Dine with Us in Pacinan: Emerging Issues in Asia and the Pacific An Approach to Revitalize Interaction and Maui Room, 316A-C Communication among Communities in Semarang” Chair/Moderator: G. SHABBIR CHEEMA, Senior Fellow, HEATHER DIAMOND, Lecturer, University of Hawai‘i at Research Program, East-West Center and Director, Mānoa, HI, USA Asia-Pacific Governance and Democracy Initiative, HI, USA “Museumizing the Miao: LAWRENCE C. FOSTER, Professor, William S. Richardson Xijiang, China and the Dilemmas of Tourism” School of Law, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, HI, USA RICH CARR,Associate Professor, University of Alaska,AK, USA “Rule of Law and Transparency: Translucent China” “Tiko, Nederends, and the Sea of Islands: SHOJI NISHIMOTO, Professor, Kwansei Gakuin University, Epeli Hau‘ofa’s Visionary Oceanic Ideal” JAPAN, and former Assistant Secretary General of the United Nations Room 327 Recent Developments “Global Economic Governance and Economic Crisis” in Population and Health in Asia BELINDA A. AQUINO, Professor, Political Science and Asian Chair/Moderator: ROBERT RETHERFORD, Coordinator, Studies and Director, Center for Philippine Studies, Research Program, East-West Center, HI, USA University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, HI, USA ANDREW MASON, Senior Fellow, Research Program, “Human Development: East-West Center, HI, USA Not Just Governance But Also Inclusion“ “Population Aging and the Generational Economy” SITIVENI HALAPUA, Director, Pacific Islands Development TIM BROWN, Senior Fellow, Research Program, East-West Program, East-West Center, HI, USA Center, HI, USA “Indigenous Forms of Governance and Human Development: “Evolving Prevention Needs for HIV in Asia” Examples from the Pacific Islands” MINJA KIM CHOE, Senior Fellow, Research Program, 10:00-10:30 am Coffee Break and Poster Session East-West Center, HI, USA in Hospitality Room, Oahu room, 313A-C “Sustained Below-Replacement Fertility in Japan and South Korea” JIAJIAN CHEN, Senior Fellow, Research Program, East-West Center, HI, USA “Effects of Population Policy and Economic Development on Fertility in China” 21 CONFERENCE SCHEDULE Monday, July 5 continued 10:30 am-12 noon Concurrent Program Panels Room 321A Sea-level Rise and Climate Security Chair/Moderator: ERIC J. FITCH Room 317B Advancing Leadership through Research COSMIN CORENDEA, Doctor of Juridical Science Candidate, Chair/Moderator: MELISSA FINUCANE, Senior Fellow, Golden Gate University School of Law, FL, USA East-West Center, HI, USA, “Human Security in Pacific: JEFFERSON FOX, Coordinator, Research Program, The Climate Refugees of Sinking Islands” East-West Center, HI, USA LAURIE COZAD, Associate Professor, University of NANCY LEWIS, Director, Research Program, East-West Mississippi, MS, USA Center, HI, USA “Hurricane Katrina: The Promise of Chaos” JIM SPENCER, Associate Professor, University of Hawai‘i, ERIC J. FITCH, Associate Professor and Director, HI, USA Environmental Science Program, Marietta College, OH, USA “Climate Change, Sea Level Rise SUMEET SAKSENA, Fellow, Research Program, East-West & Environmental Diaspora” Center, HI, USA E. NAGESWARA RAO, India TRINH DINH THAU, Vice Dean, Hanoi University of “For a Whiff of Fresh Air: Agriculture (HUA), Vietnam Efforts to Mitigate Pollution in Hyderabad” BRUCE WILCOX, Professor, University of Hawai‘i, Dept. Public Health, HI, USA Room 321B Regional Viewpoints on Climate Change Chair/Moderator: DAVID S. MCCAULEY, Principal Climate Room 318A Cultural and National Imaging Change Specialist, Asian Development Bank, Philippines in the Arts of the Pacific and Asia JEREMY WEBB, Member, EWCA Brisbane Chapter, Australia Chair/Moderator: CHRISTOPHER BLASDEL, Artistic “Two Billion Cars by 2030: Automotive Gridlock Director, The International House of Japan, Inc., Japan in the Developing World: An Avoidance Strategy” TAKIORA INGRAM, HI, USA KHALEDA RASHID, Professor and Dean, Faculty of “Cultural Development and Policy in the Pacific Islands: Architecture and Planning, Bangladesh University of the Cook Islands Experience” Engineering and Technology, Bangladesh RICARDO D. TRIMILLOS, Chair and Professor, University of “How Best Can Bangladesh’s Agriculture Sector Hawai‘i at Mānoa, HI, USA Navigate through Impacts of Climate Change?” “Managing National Identity for the (Performing) Arts TERENCE H. HULL, Professor, Australian National in the Philippines” University, Australia FRED LAU, Professor of Ethnomusicology, University of “Population Perspectives in the Development of Policies Hawai‘i at Mānoa, HI, USA Addressing Climate Change” “‘Under the Lion Rock’: Joseph Koo and the Music of Colonial Hong Kong” Room 327 The Impact of Exploding Social Networks on Democracy ANTHONY RAUCHE, Associate Professor of Ethnomusicology & Music Theory and Chair, Humanities Department, Hillyer Chair/Moderator: DAVID LASSNER, Vice President, College, University of Hartford, CT, USA University of Hawai‘i, HI, USA “Encountering the Other: MEHEROO JUSSAWALLA, Affiliate Faculty in Economics and Building an Audience for Korean Music” Communications and Senior Fellow Emerita, East-West Center, HI, USA Room 318B Great Historical Moments for Asia CURTIS HO, Professor, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, HI, Chair/Moderator: J. KENNETH OLENIK USA NOEL J. KENT, Professor, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, HI, JENIFER SUNRISE WINTER, Assistant Professor, University USA of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, HI, USA “Lyndon Johnson, the Great Society and the Vietnam War: Looking Back and Thinking about History” MICHAEL ANDERSON, Counselor for Public Affairs, U.S. Embassy, Jakarta, Indonesia J. KENNETH OLENIK, Professor, Montclair State University, “The Case of Indonesia” NJ, USA “Time of Destiny: Wuhan during the Summer 1927” PRABHAS SINHA, Director, Global India Foundation, India “India’s Rise as a Global Leader: Emerging Challenges, Risks, Benefits & Responsibilities” 22 CONFERENCE SCHEDULE Monday, July 5 continued Room 328 A New Era of Reporting the “News”– Room 317B Community Responses to Climate Change: The Impact of New Media, Session 2 Traditional Media, Social Media Chair/Moderator: JEREMY WEBB, Member, EWCA Brisbane Chair/Moderator: KAREN KNUDSEN, Director, Office of Chapter, Australia External Affairs, East-West Center, HI, USA BARBARA BORNET STUMPH, Chapter Leader, EWCA SAROSH BANA, Executive Editor, Business India, India Northern California Chapter, CA, USA and TERRY LEE STUMPH, Member, EWCA Northern California Chapter, TED CLARK, Editor, Foreign News Desk, National Public CA, USA Radio, Washington, D.C., USA “Renewable Energy Development SUSAN KREIFELS, Media Programs Coordinator, East-West in California and the United States” Center, HI, USA BELLIAPPA MONAPPA PEMANDA, Chapter Leader, EWCA Chennai Chapter, India WU FEI, Columnist, Hong Kong Takungpao and Nanfeng “Climate Change Initiatives in the State of Tamil Nadu - India” Weekend, Hong Kong MARY-ANN KIM, Member, EWCA Ontario Chapter, Canada Room 325B Cross Cultural Communication “Canada’s Inuit: Some of the Impacts of, in Times of Crisis and Responses to, Climate Change” Chair/Moderator: PATRICIA LENAHAN NIRENDRA MASKE, Chapter Leader, EWCA Kathmandu Chapter, Nepal PATRICIA LENAHAN, Medical Consultant, Diversity Training “Glacier Retreat and Glacial Lake Outburst Floods Institute for Public Safety, CA, USA (GLOFS) in Nepal Himalayas” PRANY SANANIKONE, Director of Diversity Relations, University of California, Irvine, CA, USA Room 318A 2010: Today’s East-West Center Student Fellows & Fellowships STEPHEN THOM, Conflict Resolution Consultant, Diversity Training Institute for Public Safety, CA, USA Chair/Moderator: MARY HAMMOND “Role of Conflict Resolution in Response to Crisis” MARY HAMMOND, Dean, Education Program, East-West Center, HI, USA ALVIN BROWN, Consultant, Diversity Training Institute for Public Safety, CA, USA MUDASSAR IQBAL, Master’s Student in Business “Managing Crime across Cultures: Administration, Asian Development Bank - Government of Best Practices Applicable in the 21st Century” Japan Scholarship, Pakistan NIKOLA-MARIA KOMAILEVUKA, Bachelor’s Degree Student 12 noon-1:30 pm Lunch on your own (concessions available for purchases) in Business Administration, US - South Pacific Scholarship EWCA Business Meeting, Room 316 Program, Fiji Chat Sessions ELIZABETH “CEDAR” LOUIS, Doctoral Student in Geography, Room 328 Developing Curriculum on Climate Change East-West Center Graduate Degree Fellowship, USA for K -12 Teachers XIAOFENG KANG, Doctoral Student in Geography, Chat Session Leader: MAYA SOETORO-NG East-West Center Graduate Degree Fellowship and EWCA Alumni Scholar Award, China 1:30-3:00 pm Concurrent Program Panels Room 318B The Digital Divide: Bridges and Developments Room 317A When Strangers Meet Chair/Moderator: ANTHONY PENNINGS through Asia Pacific Films KHAIRUDDIN AB. HAMID, Vice-Chancellor, Universiti Chair/Moderator: JEANNETTE PAULSON HERENIKO Malaysia Sarawak, Chancellory Office, Malaysia “Promoting Community Engagement for Sustainable ICT JEANNETTE PAULSON HERENIKO, President, Asia Pacific Development” Films.com, HI, USA KYOUNG-YONG, JEE, Vice President, ETRI, Korea NOPAMAT “JAD” VEOHONG, Associate Professor, “A Successful Case Study of Chulalongkorn University, Thailand Broadband Internet Diffusion in Korea” VILSONI HERENIKO, Director, Center for Pacific Island KEVIN KAWAMOTO, Associate Professor, University of Studies, University of Hawai‘i, HI, USA Hawai‘i, HI, USA “Digital Communication and the Rise of the Global Civil Society” ANTHONY PENNINGS, Faculty, New York University, NY, USA “Digital Television and the Impact of Global E-Commerce and Social Media” JAECHON PARK, Professor, Inha University, Korea “Issues that Korean Internet Faces” 23 CONFERENCE SCHEDULE Monday, July 5 continued Room 321A EWC Sustainability Task Force: Room 327 Reflections on the East-West Center What are EWC Green Successes to Date Experience, Circa 1960s and What’s Next Chair/Moderator: BELINDA A. AQUINO Chair/Moderator: CHRISTINA MONROE, Education Project BELINDA A. AQUINO, Professor, Political Science and Asian Specialist, Education Program, East-West Center, HI, USA Studies and Director, Center for Philippine Studies, JOSHUA COOPER, Alumnus, Asia Pacific Leadership University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, HI, USA Program, HI, USA LINDA K. RICHTER, Professor Emerita, Kansas State LIZ A. DORN, Seminar Specialist, Seminars Program, University, KS, USA East-West Center, HI, USA ALAN HURDUS MYAH ELY, Sustainability Manager, Hagadone Printing ETHEL ALIKPALA WARD, HI, USA Company, HI, USA JOAN CABREZA, WA, USA MELISSA FINUCANE, Senior Fellow, Research Program, East-West Center, HI, USA ELIZABETH BERMAN, HI, USA JIWNATH GHIMIRE, Student Affiliate, East-West Center Room 325B Empowering and Gendering in Asia AL HARJATI, Student Program Specialist, Education Chair/Moderator: MAYA SOETORO-NG, Education Program, East-West Center, HI, USA Specialist, Education Program, East-West Center, HI, USA WENDY MILES, Degree Fellow, East-West Center, HI, USA LATIFAH, Degree Fellow/ Graduate Student of Asian KRIS THOMPSON, Facilities Manager, Facilities Studies, East-West Center/University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, Management, East-West Center, HI, USA Indonesia “Woman, Body, Desire of Indonesian Migrant Worker in CAROL WONG, Secretary, Publications Office, East-West Media: Narratives of Nation, Gender, and Sexuality” Center, HI, USA JOCELYN LAVINA AVENO, Professor, Central Luzon State Room 321B Integrating Elements of Disaster and University, Philippines Climate Change Risk Reduction “Involving the Community: into Community Resilience Participatory Folk Media Development for Technology Promotion and Farm Productivity” Chair/Moderator: SUPIN WONGBUSARAKUM HAJRA HAFEEZ-UR-REHMAN, Asia Pacific Leadership SUPIN WONGBUSARAKUM, Associate Director, SSRI’s Program Fellow, East-West Center, Pakistan Hazards, Climate, and Environment Program, University of “Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights Hawai‘i at Mānoa, HI, USA of Vulnerable Women and Youth: Comparing Comparative “Integrating Socioeconomics in Climate Adaptation” Regional Response in Thailand and Cambodia” GLENN DOLCEMASCOLO, Head, Partnership and Networks SYEDA AMNA NASIR JAMAL, Media Coordinator, Special Unit, United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Olympics Pakistan (Punjab Ch.), Jamal Fisheries, Pakistan Reduction, NJ, USA “Girls Education – Isn’t a Break the Bank-Price-Tag Item” “Global and Local Action – Bridges for Strengthening Community Resilience” 3:15 pm Bus pick-up at HCC to EWC and selected hotels KIRK LANGE, Head, Research and Development, Katingan Peat Forest Restoration Project, Indonesia 5:30 pm Bus pick-up at EWC and selected hotels to HCC “Leveraging Climate Change Mitigation Efforts for Ecological and Community Resilience” 6:00-9:00 pm Aloha Dinner including 24/VII Danceforce and Alumni Talent Show, Kalakaua Ballroom A-B (4th flr) CHERYL ANDERSON, Director, SSRI, Hazards, Climate, and Environment Program, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, HI, 9:30 pm Bus pick-up at HCC to EWC and selected hotels USA “Integrating Gender Approaches to Reduce Disaster and Climate Risks” BOB ALEXANDER, Independent Disaster Risk Reduction TUESDAY, JULY 6 Consultant, Rural Livelihood Risk Management Consulting, Optional Post Conference Tours HI, USA & Departure of Participants “Bridging Towards Integrated DRR and CCA Community- Based Vulnerability Assessment Methodologies” 24 Distinguished Alumni Awards The Distinguished Alumni Award recognizes outstanding Dr. Rajendra K. Pachauri accomplishments, including significant contributions to the (India) (Fellow Resource Systems 1982) promotion of better relations and understanding among the countries of East and West through activities of cultural and Long before climate change technical interchange; significant achievement in one’s became a household worry, career, and continuing support for the goals of the Center. Dr. Rajendra Pachauri The award was established and endowed by Dr. Dai Ho Chun, identified the dangers of former Director of the East-West Center’s Institute for global warming and related Technical Interchange. environmental issues. As Director General of India’s The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) and the Chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), he is respected internationally as a leading global thinker and researcher in this area. In 2007, he was catapulted into the spotlight when the IPCC shared the Nobel Peace Prize with U.S. Vice President Al Gore. He was awarded the “Padma Vibhushan,” India’s second highest civilian award by the President of India in 2008. Dr. Pachauri has maintained ties to the EWC since the late 1970’s when EWC researcher Toufiq Siddiqi approached him to collaborate on a project on the environmental dimensions of energy policies. This began a series of collaborations on various energy and environment-related projects that brought Dr. Pachauri to the Center many times in the 1980’s, including as a visiting fellow with the Center’s Resource Systems Institute in 1982. Dr. Shankar Prasad Sharma Dr. Hao Ping (Nepal) (Ph.D. Student 1979) (China) (Research Intern ASDP 1993) Dr. Shankar Prasad Sharma has a long and distinguished Dr. Hao Ping is honored for his accomplishments as a career with the government of Nepal and serves as Nepal’s leading national educator and government official in China Ambassador to the U.S. since November 2009. He was the combined with his work with the Center’s Asian Studies Vice Chairman of the National Planning Commission and Development Program. He exemplifies, both personally and Member of the Commission in charge of Industry, Trade, professionally, the East-West Center’s core mission of Tourism, Supplies, Finance and Labour sectors. He was also community building and facilitating intercultural exchange Professor of Economics at the Centre for and understanding. After entering the EWC community in Economic Development and 1991 to pursue an M.A. in History, Hao Ping distinguished Administration (CEDA), himself through the depth of his involvement in the work at Tribhuvan University. During his the Center with the Institute of International Relations and term as president of the EWCA later with the Education Program. In 2005, he served as the Kathmandu, Nepal Chapter President of Beijing Foreign Studies University where he from 1995 to 2009, Dr. Sharma remains along with holding his current post as the Vice revitalized the activities of the Minister of the Chinese Ministry of Education. In addition chapter. He secured funding from to his career in academic administration, Hao Ping has served the Nepal Government for the many organizations such as the Chinese Association for chapter, fostered community European Union, Sun Yat-sen Foundation for Cultural and service activities, increased Educational Exchange, and Chinese Association for chapter participation in International Friendly Contact. 25 regional alumni conferences, and established a sister chapter Ann Dunham Soetoro relationship with the Brisbane, Australia chapter. A joint (Ph.D. Student in Anthropology, 1973-78 Resource Systems) research project on the current and likely future effects of global warming on Australia and Nepal is ongoing. The Dr. Ann Dunham Soetoro Kathmandu, Nepal Chapter raised $1,500 for the tsunami receives this award relief fund by staging a concert in 2004. Combined with posthumously in recognition matching funds from the EWC, $3,000 was sent to help of her outstanding work in victims in India and Sri Lanka. anthropology. She joined the Center’s Technology and Development Institute as a degree fellow grantee in 1973 due to her keen interest in the entrepreneurship program. She pursued her master’s and doctorate degrees in anthropology with a focus on social and economic development in Indonesia. She later went on to publish “Women’s Work in Village Industries on Java” in 1982 and her Ph.D. research culminated in 1992 with a 1,000 page dissertation on “Peasant Blacksmithing in Indonesia: Surviving and Thriving Against All Odds,” which has recently been published in Indonesian as well. Dr. Dunham’s research and consulting work took her around the world. She became a consultant for the United States Agency for International Development on setting up village credit programs, then a Ford Foundation program officer in Jakarta Dr. Delia B. Rodriquez-Amaya championing women’s issues, and served in Pakistan as a (Brazil-Philippines) (MA Student 1963-65) consultant to the Asian Development Bank focusing on women’s welfare in 1986. In 1988, she joined Bank Rakyat Dr. Delia Rodriquez-Amaya is an internationally recognized Indonesia, Indonesia’s oldest bank, and helped develop the expert on food composition and analysis, food chemistry, world’s largest sustainable microfinance program, creating food safety and quality, nutritive value of foods and bioactive services like credit and savings for the poor, which enabled (health promoting and disease-preventing) compounds of people from rural areas to engage in cottage industries food. As a faculty member of the University of Campinas and emerge from poverty. As a pioneer in the field of in Brazil since 1977, she has been intensely involved in microfinance, her anthropological research helped shape undergraduate and graduate teaching and research in food the policies set by the Bank. At present the Bank’s science and related fields of food technology and nutrition. microfinance program is the world leader in terms of savers, Dr. Rodriquez-Amaya is a research fellow of the Brazilian with an average of 31 million members, according to MIX National Council for Science and Technology in the highest (Microfinance Information eXchange Inc.). Her life served category (1A) since 1990, the first woman to reach this as an inspiration for her son, President Barack Obama, and category in Food Science and Technology. She has received daughter, Maya, who share her values and dedication to numerous awards including the “Andre Tosello” Award in make the world a better place. 2005, a major award given by the Brazilian Society of Food Science and Technology. She was scientific adviser of Vitamin A Partnership for Africa, a joint project of seven African countries (Ethiopia, Kenya, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Ghana and Mozambique) aimed at combating vitamin A deficiency, until it became part of HarvestPlus which she is still involved with today. 26 Outstanding Volunteer Awards The Outstanding Volunteer Award recognizes what is best in a volunteer including service to something beyond oneself, a willingness to contribute time and effort without pay, and a donation of time and effort beyond one’s normal responsibilities. The awardees lead by example and by demonstrating the qualities that bring out the best in others. Thanh-Lo Sananikone Loretta Pang Thanh-Lo currently serves Loretta is being recognized as the Vice President of for her outstanding work as Development for the EWCA the Secretary Treasurer of the Executive Board and has been Association for eight years responsible for raising funds and her service on EWCA for student scholarships and committees for mentoring, alumni conferences. Thanh- program review and Lo’s leadership and support scholarships. Loretta also of the East-West Center serves on numerous Association is especially community boards. She noteworthy for her helped to foster international outstanding work as the understanding at Kapiolani Co-Chair of the 2006 Community College where International Conference she retired as an Emeritus held in Hanoi, Vietnam. Over the years, she has also served Professor of Chinese History at Kapiolani Community as a Board member of the EWCA Hawai‘i Chapter, the College. Friends of the EWC, and numerous non-profit organizations in Hawai‘i. Kok Kian Poh KK provided outstanding Trudy Schandler Wong leadership as the chair of the Trudy helped to develop the EWCA Executive Board for Friends of the East-West six years. He was an active Center (FEWC) to be a leader of the Malaysia bridge between the Center Chapter and chaired the and the community. The successful 2002 alumni FEWC sponsors and supports conference in Malaysia. KK’s programs and activities for wise counsel has always been EWC students and the appreciated by his colleagues. general public such as the He continues to assist the China Seminar and ‘Ohana Malaysia Chapter and (Host Family) Program. participates on the EWCA Trudy’s leadership and Executive Board. support of the Friends is especially noteworthy for her outstanding work as a host family for hundreds of EWC students over the past four decades. 27 Outstanding Chapter Awards This award recognizes chapters that have provided Kathmandu, Nepal Chapter significant contributions to the goals and programs of the East-West Center Association. The chapter must have active The Kathmandu, Nepal Chapter has been active in organizing and committed leadership, quality programs which expand community service projects such as providing food and the outreach of the Center into local communities, an active education to street children, organizing a fund raising concert membership and proactive approach in organizing events for Tsunami Relief, increasing involvement of the chapter in and activities which benefit and interest the local alumni. regional alumni conferences, and developing a sister chapter relationship with the Brisbane, Australia Chapter. Asian Studies Development Program Chapter Jakarta, Indonesia Chapter The Asian Studies Development Program Chapter (ASDP) is involved in many activities including publishing the The Jakarta Chapter has been active in serving as the host “East-West Connections: Review of Asian Studies,” chapter for the 2008 International Conference in Bali, maintaining the ASDP List Serve, hosting regional serving as a leading member of the alumni network, hosting workshops, carrying out fund raising efforts, organizing and organizing the 1988 Bali Conference, organizing the 1989 annual ASDP meetings, and publishing an eNewsletter. regional conference in Yoyakarta, and setting up a non-profit organization to receive donations to carry out the work of the chapter. East-West Center Association Makana Award Awarded for life long dedication to the East-West Center’s mission. Senator Daniel K. Inouye was selected for the Makana award not only for his long and steadfast support of the East-West Center as one of its founding fathers, but also because of his instrumental role in promoting understanding and better relations with the Asia Pacific U.S. region throughout his distinguished public service career. Senator Inouye has provided leadership and advice to our alumni association through his gentle and persuasive attitude which is respected by all. Mahalo to Senator Inouye for his life long dedication to the Center’s mission. 28 Co-chairs and Members Board of Governors Members of Conference Committee Current Members’ names are in bold East-West Center Christina Monroe Montek Singh Ahluwalia Tai Young Lee Charles E. Morrison Sherrie Morinaka Goli Ameri Theodore B. Lee Karen Knudsen David Nguyen Governor George R. Ariyoshi Governor Linda Lingle Huy Q. Pham William B. Bader John P. Loiello East-West Center Association Phyllis Tabusa Nancy Kassebaum Baker John K. MacIver Khaleda Rashid Kris Thompson Joan M. Bickson Yoshinori Maeda Lyn Flanigan Monique Wedderburn Mary G. Bitterman Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara Conference Co-Chairs Cynthia Yamane Mark N. Blitz Fujio Matsuda Dan Berman & Cleo Kobayashi Glenn Yamashita Kenneth F. Brown David S. McClain Governor Benjamin J. Cayetano R. Daniel McMichael East-West Center EWCPA Student Representative Ronnie C. Chan Dato Malek Merican Alumni Office Imon Chowdhooree Albert C. Chang Wayne T. Miyao Gordon Ring Huy Q. Pham George Chaplin Kenneth P. Mortimer Noreen S. Tanouye Friends of EWC Liaisons Kenneth F. Char Stanley Y. Mukai Mamta Panwar Deanna O’Brien B.D. Nag Chaudhuri David H. Murdock Amanda Corby Trudy Schandler-Wong Lily Lee Chen David Nalle East-West Center Foundation Andrea Snyder Edgar W. Cheng Nam Duck-Woo Carol Fox Vivien Stackpole Howard L. Chernoff Warren Obluck James Kia Andrea Synder Dorothy K. Ching Russell K. Okata Liz Kuioka Richard L. Collins John E. Osborn Logistics John F. Copper Robert C. Oshiro Carolyn Eguchi Conference Committee Herbert C. Cornuelle Maura Pally Victor Kobayashi Members Onofre D. Corpuz Gopalaswami G. Parthasarathi Noreen Tanouye Flora A. Crichton James B. Pearson Board of Govenors Liaison Program Booklet C. Miller Crouch Dwight H. Perkins Carleen Gumapac Amanda Corby Tarun Das William J. Perry Conference Program Kennedy & Preiss Design Evan S. Dobelle Dina Habib Powell Co-Chairs: Terance Bigalke Gordon Ring Alan Dodds Ihakara P. Puketapu & Ricardo Trimillos Noreen Tanouye June T. Dreyer Lucian W. Pye Lawrence C. Foster Joseph D. Duffey William F. Quinn Publications Loretta Pang Helena Kane Finn John Richardson, Jr. Donna Ching Mimi Yoshikawa Lyn Flanigan Jean E. Rolles Elisa Johnston Eddie Flores, Jr. William V. Roth Conference Registration Sharon Shimabukuro Thomas S. Foley Patricia F. Saiki Mamta Panwar Public & Media Relations Lori A. Forman Il SaKong Cultural Events Derek Ferrar J. William Fulbright Puongpun Sananikone Co-Chairs: Bill Feltz & Carl Hefner Karen Knudsen Barry R. Fulton Genshitsu (Soshitsu XV) Sen Michael Schuster Gordon Ring Daniel R. Fung Eleanor H. Sheldon Eric Chang Gwyneth L. Gayman Susan L. Shirk Reunions Ralph J. Gerson Albert J. Simone Development Paul Meyers Philip T. Gialanella Oswald K. Stender Lawrence C. Foster Sustainability Task Force William P. Glade Tai Yu-Lin Gary Larsen Melissa Finucane M.R.C. Greenwood Linda Chu Takayama Thanh-Lo Sananikone Carol Holversen Patrick J. Griffin Ratan N. Tata Gary Yoshida Patricia D. Harrison Jan Ching-An Ting Technology Event Coordinators Frank J. Hata John Train Jonathan Chow June Kuramoto Miriam Hellreich Ronald Trowbridge Damian Davila Glenn Yamashita John S. Herrington Ko-Yung Tung Eric Hanson Gary Yoshida William Hitchcock Puey Ungphakorn Mark Mcmahon Stuart T. Ho Amnuay Viravan East-West Center Day Volunteers Masaru Ibuka Laurence Vogel Co-Chairs: Amy Agbayani Co-Chairs: Itsuko Suzuki Alice Stone Ilchman Governor John D. Waihee, III & Mary Hammond & Pat Matsunaga Lawrence M. Johnson Julia M. Walsh Donna Ching Paul Myers Edgar F. Kaiser Jusuf Wanandi Bill Feltz George S. Kanahele S. Linn Williams Kimberly Fujiuchi Conference Interns Keiji Kawakami Tadashi Yamamoto Ann Hartman Huy Q. Pham Mahn-Je Kim Isamu Yamashita Elisa Johnston Xiaofeng Kang Yotaro Kobayashi Edwin Young Livia Iskandar Alumni Office Student Assistants Roland Lagareta Michael K. Young Marshal Kingsbury Chelsea Bell Tun Daim Zainuddin Jo-Ann Kok Rashae Rabang-Corpus Aileen Maypa 29 Foundation Board Members Current Members’ names are in bold Cynthia J. Ai James F. Gary Lee George Lam Charles B. Salmon, Jr. Jean M. Ariyoshi Anthony R. Guerrero, Jr. Daniel B. T. Lau Puongpun Sananikone John D. Bellinger Nihachiro Hamamura Theodore B. Lee Yoshiharu Satoh Joan M. Bickson John N. Hawkins Peter C. Lewis Haigo T. Shen Frank Boas Miriam Hellreich Philip H. Loughlin III Oswald K. Stender Mike R. Bowlin Peter S. Ho Henry Luce III Gerald A. Sumida Kenneth F. Brown Paul S. Honda Frank J. Manaut Jack C. Tang Robin K. Campaniano Stanley W. Hong Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara Donna Tanoue Albert C. Chang Masaru Ibuka Watters O. Martin, Jr. Ratan N. Tata Kenneth F. Char Lawrence M. Johnson David A. Miller Robert G. Truex, Jr. Lily L. Chen Neal K. Kanda Edison H. Miyawaki Lawrence K. W. Tseu Edgar W. Cheng Keiji Kawakami Ruth M. Ono Chee-Chen Tung Paul M. F. Cheng Gerald Keir Robert M. Orr, Jr. Blossom Y. Tyau Bruce A. Coppa William F. Kieschnick Gerald M. Pang Jiro Ushio Herbert C. Cornuelle Don K. Kim James B. Pearson Henry A. Walker, Jr. Walter A. Dods, Jr. Mahn-Je Kim G. Markus Polivka Gulab Watumull George R. Ellis Bert “BJ” A. Kobayashi, Jr. Ihakara P. Puketapu Ian R. Wilson Karl Essig Christopher T. Kobayashi Robert G. Reed III Shelley Wilson Eddie Flores, Jr. Yotaro Kobayashi Shaunagh G. Robbins Isamu Yamashita George J. Fukunaga Benjamin A. Kudo Laurance S. Rockefeller Robert D. Yee Mark H. Fukunaga Stanley M. Kuriyama Jean E. Rolles Tun Daim Zainuddin J. William Fulbright Roland Lagareta Joichi Saito Ronald J. Zlatoper East-West Center The Friends of the East-West Center Chancellors and Presidents The Friends of the East-West Center, founded to be a bridge between 1960 to present the Center and local community, has, over the years, become synonymous with that sense of aloha so unique to Hawai‘i. From 1998 to present Charles E. Morrison, President organizing lecture series featuring visiting dignitaries and scholars to opening their homes and families to Center participants through 1995 to 1998 Kenji Sumida, President the host family program, the Friends have worked tirelessly to 1992 to 1995 Michel Oksenberg, President enrich both the hearts and minds of participants. In addition, the Friends sponsor the reading room in Hale Mānoa, which provides 1990 to 1991 Kenji Sumida, Interim President newspapers and periodicals from throughout South East Asia, giving 1981 to 1990 Victor Hao Li, President participants a small piece of home. 1980 to 1981 Lee-Jay Cho, President Pro-Tem Kenji Sumida, Current President 1975 to 1980 Everett Kleinjans, President Friends of the East-West Center Past Presidents 1968 to 1975 Everett Kleinjans, Chancellor David B. Benz Nan H. Luter 1965 to 1968 Howard Jones, Chancellor Philip J. Bossert Judy Mancaster 1964 to 1965 Thomas Hamilton, Acting Chancellor Desmond J. Byrne Caroline A. Matano-Yang Edwin L. Carter Katsuro Miho 1962 to 1963 Alexander Spoehr, Chancellor E.R. Champion Laurel Johnston Mitchum 1960 to 1962 Murray Turnbull, Acting Chancellor Kenneth Chong Siegfried Ramler Anna W.K. Chung Herman B. Rosen Sarah L. Duckworth Trudy Schandler-Wong T.N. Fairbanks, Jr. Larry E. Smith Merle Fischlowitz Sarah K. Vann Wytze Gorter George S. Wheaton William John Holmes A. James Wriston, Jr. Corinne B. Jonsson Susan Yim Kem Lowry 30 EWCA Executive Board Current Members’ names are in bold Amy Agbayani Carl Hefner Baden Pere Cynthia Ai Bernardette Herrera-Dy Kok Kian Poh Martin Apple Mir-Akbar Hessami Ratna Rana Fusako Baba Anton Hilman Khaleda Rashid Richard Barber Hoang Hoe Chhany Sak-Humphry Senen Bacani Hsu Mu Lan Marion Saunders James Bedore Peter Iizuka Puongpun Sananikone Lynn Behnfield Prem Shankar Jha Thanh-Lo Sananikone Jeannette ‘Benji’ Bennington Jon Jonassen Sarlito Sarwono Daniel Berman David Jones Didin Sastrapradja Bella Bell Tso-Chuan Juang Sachio Senmoto The East-West Center Russell Betts David Kaeuper Ananthanarayanan Seshan Association was founded in Arvinder Brara Solomon Kantha Vicki Shambaugh 1979 as a means for alumni Chalintorn Burian Kevin Kawamoto Haigo Shen from the EWC to continue Zaneta Cambra Lysia Kee Wichit Srisa-An their involvement and support John Charles Supatra Kesornsuk Aprilani Sugiarto of the EWC’s mission to Marivic Dar Yu-Jen Koa Christine Sutow promote better relations and Samir Das Asad Khan Estrella Sybinsky understanding between Renton De Alwis Robert Kiste Jeremiah Tabai people and countries of Asia, R. Santoso Donosepoetro Donald Lamberton Augustina Takashy the Pacific and U.S. Alumni Satha-Anand Chaiwat Gary Larsen Katerina Teaiwa include all individuals who Amanda Ellis Fah Onn Lee Thein Tin Myaing have taken part in programs Jeanne Ercole Dennis Liew Bruce Tolentino at the EWC. The EWCA has Lyn Flanigan Pat Loui-Schmicker Ricardo Trimillos grown to an international Lawrence C. Foster Alapaki Luke Gregory Trifonovitch organization with 50 chapters. Galen Fox James Makasiale Jefferey Ung As former Chair of the EWCA Seiko Furuhashi Michele Marion Margaret Valadian Didin Satrapradja stated the Milann Gannaway Narendra Maske William Vanderbok alumni are the arms and legs Reynaldo Garay Kaoru Matsuda Jad Nopamat Veohong of the EWC continuing to Jenny Garmendia Lawrence Meacham Surapone Virulak reach out across the globe and Hyacinth Gaudart Cecile Motus Richard Vuylsteke promote the Center and its Shreen Ghani Tosiwo Nakayama Gene Ward mission. The EWC Board of John Thomas Gilbert Shoji Nishimoto Donald Winkler Governors recognized the Frank Gniffke Gerald Ostermann Anny Wong importance of the alumni in Baron Goto Tsue Ostermann Vivien Wong furthering the work of the Chance Gusukuma Bikenibeu Paeniu Robert Worthington Center by including a Eric Hanson Loretta Pang Kiyoshi Yamazato representative from the EWCA Hao Ping Jae-Doo Park Jai-Ho Yoo Board on the EWC Board of John Hawkins Ung Suh Park Arfa Zehra Governors in 1995 as a member. The EWCA Board is an elected body led by an Chapter Leaders International Chair and a Rajesh Kumar Aggarwal Muhammad Ibrahim Aditi Apa Pant President who is elected from Ekramul Ahsan Jonathan Jacobs Anthony Pennings Board members in Hawai‘i Sarosh Bana David Jones Liasion: Kok Kian Poh who can represent the EWCA Daphne Bell Purnawan Junadi Laura Ramos in EWC activities in Honolulu. Pemanda Monappa Belliappa Soloman Kantha Nageswara Rao Sovath Bong Liasion: Ten-en Kao Chanthavong Saignasith Naris Chaiyasoot Yun-Jen Kao Edward Schwerin Liasion: Kun Chen Mehtab S. Karim Mala Kapur Shankardass Iraphne Childs Ho-Jin Kim Shankar Sharma Liasion: Michael Dean Susan Kreifels Xu Shi Carlos Peloi dos Reis Liasion: Jeong Taik Lee Glenn Shive Pamela Drymiller Justin Liang Liasion: Reena Singh Arjumand Faisel Michele Marion Liasion: W.A. Siriwardena G.B.A. Fernando Liasion: Nirendra Dhoj Maske Barbara Stumph Jenny Miller Garmendia Liasion: U Chit Win Maung Choko Takayama Datuk Mohamad Saleh Ghazali U Maung Maung Truong quang Tam Kiyoshi Hamano James McMaster Liasion: Mr. Fumio Teruya Carl Hefner Kazi Sulemon Memon Anton Widyanto Hoe Hoang Manuel Montes Anny Wong Yasuo Hoshino Anak Agung Gde Muninjaya Arfa Syed Zehra Valamur Narayanan 31 A Special Tribute to Alumni Oﬃcer Gordon Ring Gordon was born a few years ago in New Britain, Connecticut, but he lived in Jamestown, New York, from age 5 until he entered Hamilton College, a small liberal arts college in upstate New York. Realizing that his freshman year didn’t go too well, he spent his “sophomore year” in Korea where his father worked for AID. He returned with a new interest in Asia and graduated from Hamilton in 1963 with a degree in Asian History. When a scholarship offer from this new Distinguished Alumni Awardees institution in Honolulu, the East-West Center, came his way, the choice was Nereus “Neric” O. Acosta Ashok Kumar Malhotra easy and the rest is history. Noerwatis Alfian Emily M. Marohombsar Gordon affably enjoyed the Michael Hugh Anderson Kuldeep Mathur many aspects of the EWC student life, Betty Bullard William Newton Melton eventually earned his master’s degree Willie Chan Tosiwo Nakayama in Chinese History, and stayed in Wallace Chappell Santiago Rigonan Obien Hawai‘i to teach. In 1969, he joined R. Santoso Donosepoetro Gerald A. Ostermann the Public Affairs Office at the EWC. John Gilbert Tsue Asami Ostermann In 1971, he became assistant to then Crescencia Villarino Myong-Seok Park President Everett Kleinjans, and Chan-Gonzaga Ratna S. J. B. Rana subsequently to Interim President Lee Kwang-Kuo Hwang Abdul Rashid Jay Cho and then President Victor Li. In 1983, Gordan began a David E. Jones Didin Sastrapradja 10-year stint as Alumni Officer. After a brief interlude away from Supatra Masdit Kesornsuk Haigo T. H. Shen the EWC from 1993 till 1999, when Gordon worked in alumni M. Asad Khan Pei Sheng-ji relations at the Florida Institute of Technology, Gordon and his Ho-Jin Kim Choko Takayama wife Milly returned to the EWC when the alumni position Mo-Im Kim Tin Myaing Thein became available in 1999. And they‘re still here. Soon Kwon Kim Ricardo Trimillos Gordon has seen the Center since “before the buildings Prem Nath Kirpal Seree Vangnaitham were built;” he was here during the evolution of the center Riley K. Lee Carl Wolz from the initial three institutes for students, research and Tan Sri Datuk Dennis C. Zvinakis development to the five substantive institutes, and through Anuwar Bin Mahmud its many subsequent stages of development. He was here when the Center was incorporated into the collaborative public non-profit entity it is today. He has led and served the alumni Outstanding Volunteer Awardees through numerous conferences and reunions. Gordon says: “I’ve been an exceedingly lucky, fortunate Ethel Alikpala Ward U Maung Maung person to have had the distinct honor and pleasure to spend Fusako Baba Joseph L. Overton the majority of my life…at the East-West Center.” No, Gordon, Masao Baba Didin Sastrapradja we, the alumni of the East-West Center, have been exceedingly Dan Berman Ananthanarayanan Seshan lucky and fortunate that you were and are here! Alex Brilliantes, Jr Vicki Shambaugh Cleo Kobayashi Itsuko Suzuki Claire K. Langham Richmond Fumio Teruya Ronnie Littlejohn Outstanding Chapter Awardees EWCA Asia Pacific Leadership Program Chapter EWCA Asian Studies Development Chapter (ASDP) EWCA Bangkok, Thailand Chapter EWCA Chennai, India Chapter EWCA Dhaka, Bangladesh Chapter EWCA Hawai‘i Chapter EWCA Okinawa Chapter EWCA Philippines Chapter 32 You Can Help Celebrate Our 50th Year! The East-West Center is a remarkably successful public-private The East-West Center played a leading role in identifying and partnership. In the early years, funding came almost exclusively responding to the enormous economic, environmental and from the U.S. government. Today the Center relies on essential human challenges faced throughout the Asia Pacific Region. support from individuals, private agencies, foundations, and The Center’s mission of building a peaceful, prosperous and corporations. These private gifts fund strategic opportunities just Asia Pacific region is more important now than ever. while also helping to ensure that public support continues to Members of the 50th Founders are permanently recognized cover the Center’s basic operating expenses. They make it possible for being particularly instrumental in making this possible. for the Center to provide student scholarships, and continue to build outstanding leadership, education and exchange programs. HOW YOU CAN HELP Because the Center’s U.S. Congressional appropriation You are part of the East-West Center community and can help covers most of the basic operating costs, your contribution change lives. Each year many qualified students need a financial goes directly to fund scholarships and other important boost in order to benefit from the East-West Center experience, programs that would not exist without private support. All as you have! Thanks to the generosity of alumni donors, the gifts, large or small, are important, but your participation EWC Association Alumni Scholarship Fund has been able to in this, our 50th year, is most important of all! distribute more than $150,000 so that 47 students from 16 countries could participate in EWC education programs. 50TH FOUNDERS SOCIETY For gifts of $25,000 or more, the EWC will set up On the occasion of the East-West Center’s 50th Anniversary, separately managed funds. Gifts of $50,000 or more qualify as President Charles Morrison has created the 50th Founders Society Permanent Named Endowments. No fees are charged so that to honor and permanently recognize those who have contributed all revenues can go directly to the beneficiaries. $50,000 or more to the Center since its founding in 1960. Below are stories from some of the increasing number of Donors can qualify for the Society through cumulative giving, alumni who are making a difference in students’ lives while also of $50,000 and pledges of $50,000 over as many as 5 years can enjoying the connections they make through their generosity. count, as long as at least $20,000 is received before December The Amanda & Natalie Ellis Women Leaders Scholarship Award. 2011. (In-kind contributions and bequest intentions are always EWC alumnae Amanda Ellis established this $50,000 scholarship welcome, but not included in the $50,000 needed to qualify.) endowment in honor of her mother, Natalie Ellis, who has made Benefits to members of the 50th Founders Society include: significant contributions to the education of young women for more than 50 years. The scholarship aims to encourage young • Permanent recognition in a prominent location on the women leaders from Australia and New Zealand to study in the East-West Center campus Asia Pacific Leadership Program (APLP). • On-going recognition in the East-West Center’s quarterly Buddy & Melga Torre Gendrano Fellowships. Buddy and Melga newsletter, annual report and website Gendrano created the Buddy & Melga Torre Gendrano • Special 50th Founders medallion Fellowships as a $50,000 Permanent Named Endowment. Awards will assist Degree Fellows or APLP participants from • Exclusive gift commemorating the East-West Center’s the Philippines or Hawai‘i with preference given to those with 50th Anniversary a past record and intention of future involvement in the fields • Invitations to special events of education and/or agriculture. Ashok Kumar Malhotra Seva (Compassionate Service) Award. A dedicated volunteer himself, 1960’s alumnus Ashok Malhotra created a $25,000 fund to reward and encourage public service. The Ashok Kumar Malhotra Seva (Compassionate Service) Award provides support to international students with an outstanding academic record and a record of and intention to be involved in continuing community service in the Asia Pacific region. For more information, please contact: East-West Center Foundation Telephone: 808.944.7105 | Fax: 808.944.7970 Email: Foundation@EastWestCenter.org Make a gift online: EastWestCenter.org/donatenow 33 East-West Center Association (EWCA) Dr. Frances M. Brookey Ray T. Donahue Mayu Hagiwara Alumni Elizabeth Buck Ernie Donehower Linda E. Hamada Elizabeth Moore Bullard Dr. Rick Donohoe Elizabeth Y. Han Tseng Scholarship Chalintorn & Fred Burian Doris Duke Management Yutaka Harada Mable C. Burks Foundation Khalid Hashmani Fund Larry L. Burmeister Ms. Jo Ann W. Dotson Norie Hata Susan H. Bush Vilath Douangphoumy Hawaiian Electric Company HONOR ROLL Bernardino G. Cagauan Jr. Pamela Pallissard Drymiller John N. Hawkins OF DONORS Bill Callahan Nader C. Dutta Iwao Hayakawa Robert E. Campbell Yvonne Han Edelin Ryuji Hayashi On behalf of the East-West Ms. Susan M. Campbell Jeanne L. Edman Dr. & Mrs. Lawrence R. Heaney Center, we would like to thank Sharon A. Carstens Amanda Ellis & Keric Chin C. Randall Henning our donors who have generously Charlotte Cascio Lawrence M. G. Enomoto, Esq. Dal M. Herring contributed to the East-West James Jim Castle Roger Ernst Robert B. Hewett Center Association (EWCA) Helen E. Cedeno Phil & Jaynie Estermann David Hickey Alumni Scholarship Fund. Marina J. Chabot Zenaida Estrada Ron Himes Anonymous (7) Ekachai Chaiprasertsithi EWC Association Drew E. Hinderer Szarina Abdullah Willie C. Chan EWCA Australia Chapter Kiyosi Hirosima Shigeyuki Abe Crescencia V. Chan-Gonzaga, Ph.D. EWCA Chennai Chapter, India Kazuaki & Katsuko Hojo Paul W. Adams Boonthai & Saichay Chantavy EWCA Chicago Chapter Lon T. Holden Keith E. Adamson Eddie & Sheila Chao EWCA Korea Chapter Oliver V. Holtzmann Linda Adamson Karen Hubenthal Chappell & EWCA Okinawa Chapter Bhanuphol Horayangura Dr. Ronny Adhikarya Wallace Chappell Fair, Isaac and Company, Inc. David & Iris Horner Amy Agbayani Dr. & Mrs. Donald F.B. Char Julien Farland Yasu & Bongza Hosomatsu Saleem Ahmed G. Shabbir Cheema John W. Farrington Ms. Adriana M. Houk Takamasa & Suzanne Akiyama Chao-Nan Chen David W. Faust Debra Lynn Hughes Susan L. Allen, Ph.D. Charles S. Johnston & Xin Chen William Feltz Ms. Karen F. Hughes Bruce M. Allender Zhenping Chen Lyn Flanigan Terry & Valerie Hull Jose B. C. & Patricia Alvarez Alan G. & Joan M. Choi Kathy Foley Al Hulsen Roger T. Ames Jong Kun Choi Donna Y. Fong Mr. & Mrs. Frank Liang-Hao Hung Fred & Kiyoko Anderson Uhn-Kyung Choi Lawrence C. & Brenda Foster Aziz Husain Marilyn J. Anderson Gaye Christoffersen Bob Francescone Dr. Yoshiki Iinuma Michael H. Anderson Christopher, Smith & Ronald Freedman Peter Shigehiko Iizuka Beng C. Ang Associates LLC Karl Frogner & Kanitha Cheryl Kaneko Ikemiya William R. Armbruster Kwong Y. Chuang Silthornvisudh Frogner Anne E. Imamura Association of Maternal & Danny Spencer Clark & Manabu Fujimura May L. Imamura-Uruu Child Health Programs Lourdes Pantaleon Clark Carol F. Fujita Narahiko Inoue Gale Awaya McCallum Paul Clark Dr. Fumiko Fujita International Association AXA Foundation Prof. Ansley J. Coale Carol E. Fullerton of EWC Alumni Fusako Baba Douglas A. Codiga Mary Jo Rossi Furgal Lorraine Isaacs Senen & Yolie Bacani Janey Cole Seiko Furuhashi Hiroshi Ishiguro Adolph F. Bakun Stuart H. Coleman Rosita Gallega Galang Takuzo Isobe Dennis E. Barton Nancy M. Conradt Catherine Muirhead Gallagher Osamu Iwata Hendro Basuki John & Catharine Cool Milann Gannaway & John Hoy Dato’ Ir Dr. A. Bakar Jaafar Carl B. Becker Jack Corman Gannett Foundation Sarah Jackson-Han James M. Bedore William Glenn Court Dely P. Gapasin Cecilia Osteen Jan, Ph.D. Harumi Befu Elsie Cunningham Reynaldo P. Garay, Ph.D. Peter P. Jennings Daphne & Mike Bell Fitha W. Dahana Jacob A. Gayle, Ph.D. Dong K. Jeong Susan Sutterfield Bells Larry Daks Nancy J. Geiss Hisatake & Akiko Jimbo Benji Bennington Richard Damrow Buddy & Melga T. Gendrano Ryuzo Jisaka Daniel & Elizabeth Berman Marivic G. Dar Dr. Norman Geschwind & Dr. Charles J. Johnson & Ardith Miller Betts Tom Davenport Letizia R. Geschwind Dr. Xiaodong Wang Dr. Verner C. Bickley & William Theodore deBary Ian A. Gill Dale R. Johnson Mrs. Gillian Bickley Jay & Marti deBenedetti Barry Keith Gills Dixon C. Johnson Terance & Jan Bigalke Cota Deles-Yabut Mr. & Mrs. Donald W.Y. Goo Edwin L. Johnson Walter A. Billingsley Bruce Delman, Ph.D. Walter A. Graham Jr. Mary Dickens Johnson & Mary I. Bockover Kazuko & Akira Demura Elizabeth Greenman Donald Johnson Sr. Howard Philip Bodner Mr. Hitoki Den Dr. & Mrs. Paul R. Gregory Dr. Garth N. Jones Barbara A. Bonner Donna Dequina Violet E. Gren Royce A. Jones Marion R. Boultbee Mendl W. Djunaidy John & Marcia Gunnarson M.J. Jordan Ann M. Bouslog My Do Amit Gupta Jun Kabigting Ari & Dolly Brara Hiroko H. Dodge Anupy Singla Gupta David Kaeuper Barbara Brewer Susan Anne Dolan Chance I. Gusukuma Hiroshi & Miyoko Kakazu 34 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS continued Suntharalechmy Kanagasabai Alicia B. Llacuna Anne Mulvaney Nancy Foskett Piianaia Carmen G. Kanapi Timothy & Zenny Logue Dr. Savario Mungo Kok Kian Poh Michikazu Kaneda Jesse R. Long Stan & Aileen Munro Gerald & Olive Poliks Junichi Kaneko Domingo Los Banos Jr. Robert L. Munroe Elaine Margaret Pospishil Janet M. Kanja Dr. & Mrs. Kem Lowry Professor Yoshikazu Murakami Clyde V. Prestowitz Jr. Mr. Yu-Jen Kao Shyue-Ching Lu Yoshinori Murakami Dr. Ross Prizzia Theodore N. Kaplan Chi-Lin Luh Murata Katsuhiro James H. Proctor Jr. Ahsan Kareem Norman Y. Luther Chifumi Nagai & Dr. Rita Pullium Mitsuo Kato James D. Lynn Michael Weitzenhoff Stephen Pyrczak Kosho Katsura Nnenna J. Maduforo Basskaran and Chor Eng Nair Jean-Louis Rallu Clare C. Kawada Federico V. Magdalena Reiko & Seiichi Nakada A. Terry Rambo & Noel J. Kent, Ph.D. John H. Maier Rose Nakamura Patma Vityakon Rambo Angela Kay Kepler Sumi Y. Makey Edwin M. Nakasone Siegfried Ramler KFG Properties, Inc. Etsuko Makino Akio Nakata Morita Rapoza Dr. & Mrs. Thao Khamoui Parashar & Mohini Malla Katherine T. Nakata, Ph.D. C. Tait Ratcliffe Dr. & Mrs. M. Asad Khan David L. Malmad Dr. Etsuko Nakayama Nasti Reksodiputro Peter Kilby Ingeborg Kendall Inge Maranto Dr. & Mrs. Idabagus Narendra Dr. E. Bruce Reynolds Byung-Soo & Young-Joo Kim Betsy Volkmann Marshall & Joan M. Natalie Edward P. Rhatigan Soon K. Kim Leigh Marshall Seiji & Jane Naya Dr. Joanne Rhone Masashi Kimura Gary L. Marshall Timothy Siu-Man Ng Dr. Lawrence C. Rhyne Suzanne Kindervatter Julie A. Marshall & Arthur Ngiraklsong Gordon & Milly Ring Isao Kinjo Richard G. Jones Yoshio Niho Peter Rose Greg & Karen Knudsen Martin-Teaiwa Family: The Ninash Foundation Joan Rubin Eiji Kobayashi Joan, John, Teresia, Katerina Kenneth Nishihara Iftikhar Saeed Shigeo Kobayashi Koichi Maruyama Shoji Nishimoto Katsuyuki Saito Victor & Cleo Kobayashi Andrew & Janet Mason Yoshitaro Nishimura Dr. Chhany B. Sak-Humphry Stanley H. Kober Hazel C. Mason Takashi Nonin Rafael & Elizabeth Salva Cruz Grace S. Kohatsu Michael & Judy Masters Anita Nordbrock Puongpun & Thanh-Lo Ryuichi Komatsu Professor Kenichi Matsui Ernest J. Notar, Ph.D. Sananikone Teresita Chan Kopka Hiroshi Matsuoka Janice Nuckols Marilyn P. Santos Korea Fulbright Alumni Yoko Matsuzaki Nobuko M. Ochner Didin Sastrapradja Association Patricia & Sam McCall Dr. Setsuo Ogasawara June T. Sato Michiko U. Kornhauser David P. McCauley Lauri B. Ogumoro Kanji Sato Tom Korson Isabel S. McClendon In-Hwan Oh & Chung Ja Kong Robert S. Saunders Christine W. Kulikowski McInerny Foundation Kunio Okuda Timothy Savage Teruyuki Kume, Ph.D. Maxwell G. McLeod Jr. John Kenneth Olenik Alvin & Trudy Schandler-Wong Kuo, Chang-Yang O. Donald Meaders Steve & Gigi Olive Sachiko Seino Sumner J. La Croix Walter N. Meciunas Capt. Victor S. Olshansky, A. Seshan Charles S. La Monica William N. Melton U.S. Army Mr. & Mrs. Gokul R. Shah John Lam Kwang-Ho Meng Lee Fah Onn Vicki L. Shambaugh Chhom-Reak “Therry” Thong Thomas H. Mesner Mr. Charles N. Onufer Kevin R. Shaney Lambert Laura M. Miho Sara E. Orel George W. Shardlow, Ph.D. Edgar Folk Lambert III Dr. Dragan Milivojevic Hidefumi Oshima Dr. Narendra P. Sharma Kristy H. Lampe Sari Miller-Antonio Kensei Oshiro Anees A. Sheikh, Ph.D. Mrs. John M. Lane Touru Miura Tsunehiko Oshiro Irene Y. Shen Stephen Lane Charlotte O. Miyamoto Gerald A. & Tsue A. Ostermann Tetsuya Shibayama Claire Langham & Jennie Y. Miyasaki Tamaki Osumi Kiyoshi Shioiri Dennis Richmond Fujio Miyasato, M.D. Tadahisa Ota Cindy Shirata Gary & Bach-Mai Larsen Motoyasu Miyata Yoshiko Otsubo Ghulam Shirazi Betty Lou Larson Kimie Miyazaki Rebecca Sanchez Ovitt Glenn Shive Florence M. Lau Ramli Mohamed Dr. Elaine S. Padilla Craig V. Showalter M. D. Lauterbach M. C. Mohan & Mrs. P. Mohan Bert C. Palencia, Ph.D. Omkar Shrestha Bob Leaversuch David J. Mongold Martha H. Palit Ms. Kakuko Aoba Shuku Jeong T. Lee Mara Montelibano Loretta O. Q. Pang Edward J. Shultz Sang-Chul Lee, Ph.D. The J.P. Morgan Chase Michael Parke Toufiq & Ulrike Siddiqi Man-Kam Leung Foundation Peter & Daisy Pee Anahita Thanawalla Sidhwa PingSun Leung Ambassador & Mrs. James Dave & Kathleen Pellegrin Ada Perk Simmons Dr. Sam Cheung Shing Leung Moriarty Thomas M. Pendergast Charles Simons David C. Li Mr. Yoshihisa & Reiko Morito Ms. Kathryn K. Peppe Devinder Singh / Justin B. Liang Charles E. Morrison Teresa Phuong-Mai Phan The Systems Group Ko-Lin Jody Liao Cecile L. Motus Dr. Susan J. Pharr Han & Xenia Siregar Prof. Yuan-lin Lin Lyn Y. Moy Mike Philson Ms. Phyllis J. Sloyer Arthur Lisciandro Gerald Mullins Eveline Grapens Piersma Pamela J. H. Slutz 35 Sponsors Kim Small Tokiko Umezawa Special thanks to the following Larry E. Smith US Bancorp Foundation, Dr. Daniel So Matching Gifts businesses and individuals whose Vincentius Soesanto Roy & Fusae Uyemura generous support helped make Chunghee S. Soh, Ph.D. Elizabeth Van Dyke Tiane L. Soulatha Sarah K. Vann this conference a success. Jim Carleton Steele Dr. Chamnong Vibulsri Ms. Nan Streeter Kristen L. Strellec Metone S. Wamma & Mary J. Wagner Mahalo! Paul & Proserfina Strona Shiro Wajima Dungywe Su Peter W. Walker Jeff Su Dr. Ute Wallisch-Langlotz Jun Sudo Ms. Deborah P. Walters MAILE SPONSORS Cho Soon Suh Jeff & Edna Walters A. F. Sukowatey Shao-ling V. Wang Teresa A. Sullivan Yen Kyun Wang L&L Hawaiian Barbecue Yasuyuki Suto Ethel Alikpala Ward Mitsuaki & Itsuko Suzuki Representative Gene & Obun Hawai‘i Group Harold & Marilyn Swanson Faredah Ward Roberts Hawai‘i Peter & Estrella Sybinsky Noriyuki Watamori Mildred Machiko Tahara Wei Ke Tori Richard Ambassador & Mrs. Bermin & Phiengphen Raymond R. Tai Weilbacher Linda Chu Takayama Joseph A. Weinstock Shigeatsu Taki William M. Welch PIKAKE SPONSORS Dr. Harumi Tanaka Byong-Sun Whang Hiroshi Tanaka Melton & Ingelia White Frank Tang Lynn T. White Cooray Products, Inc. Khamtan and Chou L. Kenneth E. Williamson Tanhchaleun Carlene Wilson East-West Center Foundation Kazumasa Tatsuzawa Richard W. Wilson Global Environment and Energy Charles E. Tatum Cindy Winegar Sue A. Tempero Gerhard Winter Gordon Biersch Sri P. TenCate Vivien M. Wong (Seah) Hawaiian Host, Inc. Jane Terashima Anny Wong & Sara Banaszak Fumio Teruya Patrick Wong Hokulani Bake Shop Kanko Teruya Ta-Cheng Wu Sumi Y. Makey Gek C. Thai “Robert” Zhengkang Wu Tin Myaing Thein & Susumu & Kiiko Yamamoto Sodexho Jack Reynolds Takashi Yamamoto Sprint Hawai‘i Pirith Thipphavong Glenn T. Yamashita Visith Thipphavong Shizuo Yamashita Styrophobia John & Mencit Thomas Huiying Yang Trade West Inc. The Times Mirror Foundation Serena Hsin-Hsin Yang Dr. Parnich Tinnimit Christine R. Yano Lorraine Lorretta Jablonski Kichiro Yatomi Tobin Minho Yeom V. Bruce J. Tolentino Jai-Ho Yoo PLUMERIA SPONSORS Shigeo & Kazuko Tonoike Christopher C. York Mark Torreano Mimi Beng Poh Yoshikawa LADY TRAN-NGOC Dwayne D. Yoshina ABC Stores Harry C. Triandis John A. Young Hilo Hattie Gregory & Beverly Trifonovitch Dr. Nancy Foon Young Ricardo D. Trimillos Peter F. Young Menehune Water Company Dr. & Mrs. Nai K. Tsao Janice Yu Proforma Charles Tseng & Wan-Jen Tseng Bernard H. Zandstra Etsuko Tsuji Arfa S. Zehra Beda Tumampos Peggy & Lee Zeigler Yukishige Uchida Henry B. Zuber Hideki Uehara Robert G. Zumwinkle Hisashi Ujiie Mrs. Dennis C. Zvinakis Junichi Umeda 56 Past EWC/EWCA Conferences and Events 2008 International Conference 2002 International Conference Bali, Indonesia, November 13-15, 2008 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July 1-4, 2002 “Building an Asia Pacific Community: Unity in Diversity” “The Impact of Globalization on Building an Asia-Pacific Community” Bangkok Media Conference 2008 Bangkok, Thailand, January 20-23, 2008, 2000 International Conference “Power Politics, Economic Might, and Media Challenges” Honolulu, Hawai‘i, USA “Building an Asia Pacific Community” 2007 EWCA 1970s Reunion Conference Honolulu, Hawai‘i, USA, August 23-27, 2007, 1999 Regional Conference “Continuity and Change in the Asia Pacific U.S. Region: Manila, Philippines 1970-2007” “Asia and the Pacific: Facing the New Millennium” 2007 41st Annual Conference of 1997 International Conference Asian Studies on the Pacific Coast (ASPAC) New Delhi, India Honolulu, Hawai‘i, USA, June 15-17, 2007 “The Emerging Role of Asia and the Pacific in the Changing Global Scenario” 2006 International Conference Hanoi, Vietnam, December 8-10, 2006 1994 International Conference “Building an Asia Pacific Community Long Beach, California, USA for Sustainable Development” 1993 International Conference 2005 South Asia Regional Conference Naha, Okinawa, Japan New Delhi, India, November 16-18, 2005 “Building the South Asian Community in a Global Context” 1992 Regional Conference Auckland, New Zealand 2004 International Conference “Ecotourism Business in the Pacific” Tokyo, Japan, August 2-4, 2004 “New Challenges for Building an Asia-Pacific Community” 1991 International Conference Bangkok, Thailand 2003 1960s Reunion Conference “Asian-Pacific Cooperation and Constraints in 2000” Honolulu, Hawai‘i, USA, November 14-19, 2003 “Making a Difference: 1991 Regional Conference Pioneers in Interchange Between East and West” Long Beach, California, USA “Asian-Pacific Experience in California” 2003 Changing Faces: Women’s Leadership Seminar Sydney, Australia, August 18-21, 2003 1989 Regional Conference “Women’s Economic Empowerment in the Asia Pacific Region” Yogjakarta, Indonesia 2003 Asian Studies Regional Conference 1988 International Conference Honolulu, Hawai‘i, USA, June 19-22, 2003 Bali, Indonesia Association for Asian Studies on the Pacific Coast (ASPAC) “The Emerging Pacific Era-Challenges and Prospects” Conference 1985 International Conference Honolulu, Hawai‘i, USA “Silver Jubilee” 1983 International Conference Singapore 1980 International Conference Honolulu, Hawai‘i, USA 1979 Regional Conference Seoul, Korea 1977 Founding Meeting Honolulu, Hawai‘i, USA 57 ALA WAI CANAL Level To Waikīkī / Diamond Head LOADING DOCK (Level 1) ALA WAI PROMENADE (ALA HOKU) BALCONY KALIA To Ala Wai Yacht Harbor 3 LEGEND WAIKĪKĪ HELUMOA PARKING (Level 2) 22 GRAND STAIRCASE 328 327 326B 326A Information desk WAI LANI Business center WATERFALL 76 9 8 54 KAHAKAI DRIVE Parking pay station 325B 325A LILI`U THEATER 310 PLENARY SESSIONS First aid HOSPITALITY ROOM 324 Escalator (2nd FL Parking) 313C 316C 309 O`AHU MAUI Escalator (3rd & 4th FL) PĀ KALOKA PĀ KALOKA 323C COURTYARD 308B 313B 316B Elevator KĀLAKAUA AVENUE 308A O`AHU MAUI 323B Restroom (Men) SERVICE CORRIDOR SERVICE CORRIDOR 306B 307B PĀLOLO 313A 316A Restroom (Women) 307A ALA HALAWAI 323A 306A CONCOURSE Pay phone 304B 305B 322B 322A NI`IHAU 312 315 MOLOKA`I TDD / Pay phone MĀNOA 305A KAHAKAI DRIVE 304A 321B ATM PĀ KAMALI`I 303B COURTYARD COURTYARD 302B 314 LĀNA`I 321A Vending area MAKIKI 303A KAUA`I 311 302A Water fountain KAHO`OLAWE 301B 301A 319A 319B 317A 317B 318A 318B Smoking area PĀ KALIHI COURTYARD LCD board Parking Entrance 310`EMALANI 320 THEATER MAIN LOBBY (Level 1) Automatic entry door Plants / grass area Service corridor PORTE COCHERE PORTE COCHERE To Ala Moana Beach Park KAPI`OLANI BOULEVARD GIFT OF WATER STATUE ATKINSON DRIVE 58 3 MEETING ROOM / THEATERS ALA WAI CANAL Level 59 To Waikīkī / Diamond Head LOADING DOCK (Level 1) ALA WAI PROMENADE (ALA HOKU) To Ala Wai Yacht Harbor 4 LEGEND PARKING (Level 2) Escalator (3rd & 4th FL) ALA WAI TERRACE GRAND STAIRCASE Elevator 76 9 8 54 KAHAKAI DRIVE Restroom (Men) Restroom (Women) STREAM Water fountain MAIN KITCHEN (Level 3) Smoking area LCD board KĀLAKAUA AVENUE C Parking GREEN ROOM STRE EXIT 11,206 sq feet Entrance AM (1,041 m2) ROOFTOP BALLROOM GARDEN MĀHEALANI Plants / grass area FOYER GARDENS GARDENS SERVICE CORRIDOR Service corridor B KAHAKAI DRIVE EXIT KĀLAKAUA POND BALLROOM 12,757 sq feet (1,185 m2) STREAM BALLROOM FOYER A EXIT EXIT 11,198 sq feet (1,040 m2) To Ala Moana Beach Park KAPI`OLANI BOULEVARD GIFT OF WATER STATUE ATKINSON DRIVE 4 BALLROOM / ROOF TOP GARDEN 60 Notes EastWestCenter.org 1601 East-West Road, Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96848-1601 Tel: 808.944.7111 | Fax: 808.944.7376 EWCInfo@EastWestCenter.org PHOTO: LINDA KAY QUINTANA The East-West Center promotes better relations and understanding among the people and nations of the United States, Asia and the Pacific through cooperative study, research and dialogue. Established by the U.S. Congress in 1960, the Center serves as a resource for information and analysis on critical issues of common concern, bringing people together to exchange views, build expertise and develop policy options. Officially known as the Center for Cultural and Technical Interchange between East and West, the Center is a U.S.- based institution for public diplomacy with international governance, staffing, students and participants. The Center is an independent, public, nonprofit organization with funding from the U.S. government, and additional support provided by private agencies, individuals, foundations, corporations and governments in the region. The Center’s 21-acre Honolulu campus, adjacent to the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, is located midway between Asia and the U.S. mainland and features research, residential and international conference facilities. 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