1).The Asian Cultural Council (ACC) is the only organization in the world whose sole mission is to support cultural exchange between the United States and Asia and within the countries of Asia. Headquartered in New York city, the ACC maintains offices in Hong Kong and Tokyo with partner Foundations in Manila and Taipei.
2).Central Asia Institute (CAI) empowers communities of Central Asia through literacy and education, especially for girls, promotes peace through education, and conveys the importance of these activities globally.
3).The institute of Malay World and Civilisation (ATMA) was first established as Institut Bahasa, Kesusasteraan dan Kebudayaan Melayu (IBKKM) (Institute of Malay Language, Literature and Culture) on the 1st of December 1972. It was then set up with the objectives of offering programmes at the postgraduate levels such as the Masters of Letters and Doctor of Philosophy, as well as to conduct research into Malay Language, Literature and Culture and function as the referral centre for these disciplines. Since the inception of ATMA in 1992, it has widened the areas of research to include the Malay World and Civilization.
4).IACD is a pure international non-governmental organization composed of professional specialists. It is a corporation registered in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Korea in 1993.
6).The Asian Cultural Council (ACC) is the only organization in the world whose sole mission is to support cultural exchange between the United States and Asia and within the countries of Asia. Headquartered in New York city, the ACC maintains offices in Hong Kong and Tokyo with partner Foundations in Manila and Taipei.
7. Smithsonian Folkways Central Asia. Música, Sociedad y Cultura en Asia Central.
8. Smithsonian Folkways Indonesia. Música, Sociedad y Cultura en el Sudeste de Asia
1. The ASEAN Socio - Cultural Community Blueprint. The ASEAN Leaders adopted the Declaration of ASEAN Concord II (Bali Concord II) in Bali, Indonesia on 7 October 2003 to establish an ASEAN Community by 2020. The ASEAN Community shall be established comprising three pillars, namely political and security community, economic community, and socio-cultural community that are closely intertwined and mutually reinforcing for the purpose of ensuring durable peace, stability, and shared prosperity in the region.