Asia-Pacific

 

 

Don't live in one of these countries but want to get involved?  We occasionally have events in Malaysia and other Asia Pacific countries that don't have formal Country Committees.  Please send a message to Regional Vice-Chair for Asia-Pacific, Kat Allikian, rvc-ap@democratsabroad.org.

If you would like to help develop a new Country Committee, we can also help. Just get in touch!

DA COUNTRY COMMITTEES IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGION

Australia 

Cambodia 

China 

Hong Kong 

India 

Indonesia 

Japan 

New Zealand 

 

Philippines 

Singapore 

South Korea 

Taiwan 

Thailand 

Vietnam 

Not Listed? 

 

DA Asia-Pacific Leadership:

Kat Allikian
| Regional Vice-Chair, Asia-Pacific Region
Samantha Wong
| DA China - Vice-Chair, Deputy Asia Pacific
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    Welcome to the Asia Pacific Region!

    Don't live in one of these countries but want to get involved?  We occasionally have events in Malaysia and other Asia Pacific countries that don't have formal Country Committees.  Please send a message to Regional Vice-Chair for Asia-Pacific, Kat Allikian, rvc-ap@democratsabroad.org.

    If you would like to help develop a new Country Committee, we can also help. Just get in touch!

    DA COUNTRY COMMITTEES IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGION

    Australia 

    Cambodia 

    China 

    Hong Kong 

    India 

    Indonesia 

    Japan 

    New Zealand 

     

    Philippines 

    Singapore 

    South Korea 

    Taiwan 

    Thailand 

    Vietnam 

    Not Listed? 

     

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    Upcoming Events

    Wednesday, August 28, 2019 at 06:00 PM · 10 rsvps
    Paradiso Restaurant in Suva, Fiji

    Pizza and postcards

    There aren’t many Americans in Fiji, and even fewer are registered with Democrats Abroad in Fiji, but though our numbers may be little, we are fierce.

    We are organizing and pizza and postcard event on Wednesday, August 28th at Paradiso Restaurant in Suva and would love for you to attend! Friends and family welcome!

    Saturday, August 31, 2019 at 05:30 PM · 1 rsvp
    Pronto Cafe & Bar in Shanghai, China

    DACN Book Club & Take an Action Event

    A two-part event in which we first discover Mary Matsuda Gruenewald's book "Looking Like the Enemy" over Happy Hour drinks.

     

    During World War II, America committed the shameful act of interning American citizens of Japanese origin. Now, internment camps are back in the news and we find our current administration routinely detaining refugees, asylum seekers and, in several cases, already naturalized American citizens because of their "looks."

     

    The second half of the event will be for aiding participants in contacting their representatives through writing, emailing and calling. This event is organized by the Women's Caucus.