Asia House, a non-profit, non-political organisation, was established in London in 1996.
To promote appreciation and understanding of Asian countries, their arts, religions and economies, and to foster closer communication between the peoples of Asia and Europe; to establish a centre for educational, corporate or cultural programmes; to offer these facilities to all organisations with an interest in or connection with Asia, including diplomatic missions, companies, arts organisations, societies and associations, and trade, economic, scientific and technological bodies; and to establish a strong relationship with the resident Asian communities and engage their knowledge and skills.
Asia House covers the countries from Iran in the west to Japan in the east and from the Central Asian Republics in the north to Indonesia in the south. London, with its extensive links with Asia, is a perfect location for Asia House. But Asia House's activities will extend over the whole of the United Kingdom and close links are being established with other European, Asian and American organisations with similar aims.
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I love Asia House : it has an amazing programmne of events. I was
the 4th generation born in India, so I think I can suss whats good.This time I went to see the exhibiition The Flamboyant Mr Chinnery (George Chiinery in Asia)
its a little gem of a show about the man considered to be the leading artist of British India in 1825. My favourite picture is the one of George Siddons son of...more