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Spoleto Festival

to support the participation of Lihe Xiao in the world premiere of Paradise Interrupted in the 2015 season of Spoleto Festival.

to enable Ong Keng Sen to direct the American premiere of Michael Nyman's Facing Goya in the 2014 festival season

to support in its 2013 season Spoleto Festival USA’s first Japanese opera production, Toshio Hosokawa’s opera Matsukaze.

To support the 2012 production at Spoleto Festival USA of Guo Wenjing’s chamber opera Fengyiting, to be directed by acclaimed Armenian-Canadian film director Atom Egoyan.

to bring Hiroaki Umeda to Spoleto ($10,000) from May 22-June 7, 2009.

to support the participation of performing artists from the Contemporary Legend Theatre of Taiwan in the company's production of Kingdom of Desire at Spoleto Festival USA in spring 2005

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Indonesian Dance Festival

to support travel expenses for international dance artists participating in the 12th edition of the Indonesian Dance Festival, scheduled to occur from June 10 to 14, 2014

For a grant to enable dancers and choreographers from four countries in Asia to participate in the 10th Indonesian Dance Festival, to be held in Jakarta in June 2010.

Support to bring choreographers from U.S., Taiwan, Japan, Malaysia and Thailand to IDF in November 2008

support the participation of four choreography workshop, to be held in Jakarta and Surabaya in July 2006

support for choreographers from Asian and the U.S. participating in the IDF 2002 program

support for three choreographers from Asia and the U.S. to participate in the 5th IDF, to be held AT STSI in September, 1999

Support for Asian and American participants in the July 1996 Indonesian Dance Festival/World Dance Alliance meeting.

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TheatreWorks (Singapore) Ltd.

To support the Arts Network Asia Regional Project in 2009.

Grant to Theatreworks to support Arts Network Asia's Regional Project in Asia

Fellowship to TheatreWorks acting as secretariat for Arts Network Asia to support ANA'S Regional Project in 2007

support for artists from Singapore in a collaborative project with Japanese artists at Morishita studios

support for Asian artists participating in Flying Circus III

support for theater artists from Asia to participate in the Flying Circus Project

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International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA) 2008

International travel and per diem for Singapore ISEA participating artists

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Honolulu Academy of Arts

to enable a curatorial team from the Academy and the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco to travel to Bhutan in fall 2006 to continue research and planning for an exhibition on arts of Bhutan to be held in 2008

to enable a curatorial team from the Academy and the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco to travel to Bhutan to undertake research and planning for an exhibition on arts of Bhutan to be held in 2008

to continue, in collaboration with the Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu, a pilot museum training program for the Asia-Pacific area and to enable the following participants to survey museums in the United States: Ajit Simba P. Bais, the National Children's Museum, New Delhi, India; Kai Sen Chew, National Museum, Singapore; Charles C. Y. Chi, National Palace Museum, Taipei, Republic of China; Joseph I. A. Gasing, Sarawak Museum, Kutching Malaysia; Abdul Latif Ibrahim, Muzium Brunei, Bandar, Malaysia; Iftikhar Alam Khan, Aligarh Muslim University, India; Sadao Kosuge, National Science Museum, Tokyo, Japan; Byung Hoon Lee, National Science Museum, Seoul, Korea; Nan Young Lee, National Museum of Korea , Seoul, Korea; Pranowo Martodiardjo, the National Biological Institute, Bogor, Indonesia; Takeshi Ogiwara, National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo, Japan; Mohan Chandra Pande, State Museum, Lucknow, India; Aurora Pelayo, Cultural Research Center, Silliman University, Dumaguete City, Dumaguete City, Philippines; Rosario B. Tantoco, National Museum of the Philippines, Manila, Philippines.

To establish, in collaboration with the Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu, a pilot museum training program for the Asia-Pacific area and to enable the following participants to survey museums in the United States: Ajit Simba P. Bais, the National Children's Museum, New Delhi, India; Kai Sen Chew, National Museum, Singapore; Charles C. Y. Chi, National Palace Museum, Taipei, Republic of China; Joseph I. A. Gasing, Sarawak Museum, Kutching, Malaysia; Abdul Latif Ibrahim, Muzium Brunei, Bandar, Malaysia; Iftikhar Alam Khan, Aligarh Muslim University, India; Sadao Kosuge, National Science Museum, Tokyo, Japan; Byung Hoon Lee, National Science Museum, Seoul, Korea; Nan Young Lee, National Museum of Korea , Seoul, Korea; Pranowo Martodiardjo, the National Biological Institute, Bogor, Indonesia; Takeshi Ogiwara, National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo, Japan; Mohan Chandra Pande, State Museum, Lucknow, India; Aurora Pelayo, Cultural Research Center, Silliman University, Dumaguete City, Philippines; Rosario B. Tantoco, National Museum of the Philippines, Manila, Philippines

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