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imagining global asia (iga) was founded in the fall of 2006 by Ahmet Sibdial Sau, Anushay Anjum, Chris Eberhardt, and Sri Peddu while studying at The New School in New York. imagining global asia is an organization that focuses on stories, stories that tell of common experiences that cross cultural and geographic boundaries.
imagining global asia (iga) is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to promoting the stories of Asia; investigating the challenges, victories and shifting identities of Asian cultures and people in a global world. With a strong emphasis on media, and strengths in international affairs and the social sciences iga explores the fields of the arts, business, culture, education and policy to provide insights, idea innovation, and promote collaboration to address the challenges of daily life in a global world.
Over the years we have worked with the following partners: Americans for Informed Democracy; Deutsches Haus, New York University; Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum; India China Institute; Japan Foundation; Scholars at Risk; Japan Society; Human Rights First; United Nations University; World Policy Institute, United Nations Department of Information
boundaries and crossings
In the summer of 2007 iga created the scholarly journal boundaries is an online journal with a supplemental print version that publishes textual, aural and visual material that looks at issues of global significance.