Asia Centre is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to create social impact in the region. It was first established in Bangkok, Thailand in 2015 and in 2018 a second Centre was established in Johor Bahru, Malaysia. Asia Centre serves as a think-tank, meeting space, project partner and social enterprise.
Asia Centre manages a boutique meeting space for rent in central Bangkok, Thailand that is suitable for workshops and trainings. Well connected by public transport, it is 1 minute away from the Phayathai BTS and Airport Link.
Asia Centre’s next International Faculty Club meeting examines some of the key challenges of disinformation in Southeast Asia and how it shapes our understanding of
Quality journalism has been thrown up in discussions that search for measures to combat fake news on social media. Proponents argue that if quality journalism
Over February to March 2019, Asia Centre will participate in several meetings organised by Indian universities and think-tanks in Kolkata. Kicking-off, Dr. James Gomez, Chair,
Asia Centre and local partner – Indonesian alumni of Asian Public Intellectuals – co-organised two seminars on fake news or “berita hoax” in Jakarta on
China’s rise and its increasing assertive efforts to re-shape the world order have far-reaching consequences, in particular in Southeast Asia. In the age of information
As states seek to address climate change resilience following the Paris Agreement by committing to ‘foster climate resilience and low greenhouse gas emissions development’, they