New York University: Asian/Pacific/American Institute and Asian/Pacific/American Studies

In response to student interest and the University's commitment to global excellence, A/P/A Institute and A/P/A Studies were founded at NYU in 1996.

Member since Mai 2005


A/P/A Institute
41-51 East 11th Street, 7th floor
New York, NY 10003

Phone: (212) 998-3700


A/P/A Studies
20 Cooper Square, 4th floor
New York, NY 10003

Phone: (212) 992-9650


A/P/A Institute and A/P/A Studies Program at New York University were founded together in 1996 and have since established a role and reputation in both the university and New York ...


"New York Nikkei Community Symposium" held at New York University, March 20, 2006: The New York Nikkei Community Symposium gathered community organization leaders and individuals wanting to learn more about the trends and interests of Nikkei youth in New York City. From left to right: Daniel H. Inouye, Maikiko James, Saki Mori, Yuka Lawrence, and Daichi Ebato representing the Youth Panel. Photo courtesy of A/P/A Institute

"The Triangle Project presentation" held at A/P/A Institute, NYU on May 8, 2007: A/P/A Institute hosted a discussion and performance of The Triangle Project -- a group of three veteran women performers: PJ Hirabayashi, Nobuko Miyamoto and Yoko Fujimoto. Photo courtesy of A/P/A Institute

"James Shigeta film festival" held at NYU Cantor Film Center, December 6, 2007: A/P/A Institute hosted a mini film festival featuring James Shigeta's best known and best loved films, including "The Crimson Kimono," "Walk Like a Dragon" and "Bridge to the Sun" from December 6-7, 2007. James Shigeta center, with A/P/A Institute staff. Photo courtesy of A/P/A Institute

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