Everfest provides information on Asian culture festivals happening in Denver, as well cities around the U.S. and world.
CU graduate students recently started this talk show podcast with two women hosts. The content revolves around India, Bollywood, and Indians in Boulder. Visit their webpage for recent podcasts, and like them on Facebook for regular updates.
This Boulder-based group meets around town to practice Mandarin Chinese. Any level of language comprehension is welcome.
Center for Middle East Studies at the University of Denver's Josef Korbel School of International Studies
The first institution of its kind in Colorado, the Center for Middle East Studies is dedicated to promoting and strengthening the study and understanding of the societies, political systems, and international relations of the Middle East and broader Islamic world both at DU and throughout the Mountain West. Towards that end, the Center seeks to generate scholarly research and foster public understanding of this critical and changing part of the world.
Founded in 1977, the Colorado China Council (CCC) is a not-for-profit, non-political, educational outreach organization dedicated to developing programs to deepen the American public's understanding and appreciation of China's history, culture and contemporary life. CCC does this by sending people from North America to China for either a month in the summer, or a full year to teach English, as well as other subjects, at Chinese universities.
Denver, CO and Takayama, Japan are sister cities. The Denver Takayama Sister City Committee coordinates activities in Denver and promotes connections between Denver and Takayama to develop a better understanding of and relationship with Japan. For more
The Foundation for Global Scholars is a nonprofit organization located in Westminster, CO, serving U.S. undergraduate and graduate students pursuing academic and internship programs abroad. Through scholarships for for international study, FGS empowers future leaders to become better prepared for the fast-changing global marketplace and interdependent world.
Providing international connections within the Denver metro area, WorldDenver hosts the Denver World Affairs Council Speaker Series and the US State Department-sponsored International Visitor Leadership Program.
The World Affairs Challenge (WAC) is an issue- and creativity-based academic program for middle and high school students that culminates in a day-long tournament at the University of Denver. Its broad thematic structure encompasses a variety of global topics, allowing virtually any student or teacher to find a topic of interest on which to focus their research.