US Wheat Representatives Join in 70th Anniversary Celebration of Japan Flour Millers Association

Asia Japan

Pacific Northwest Potatoes are Open, Once Again, to South Korean Markets

Korea

Defense Secretary Mattis Travels to Southeast Asia

ASEAN Indonesia

Portland, Oregon’s Rosy Friendship with Ulsan, South Korea

Korea

Indian Delegation to the American West Discusses Renewable Energy

India

Say Cheese: West Coast Dairy Trade Mission Goes to Southeast Asia

ASEAN Korea China Japan

Pacific Northwest Fundraising Continues Five Years after Japan’s 3.11 Earthquake

Japan

US Agricultural Exports Find Expanding Markets in Japan and South Korea

Japan Korea

US – China Partnerships Go for a Walk in the Park

China

Oregon Blueberries Bursting into South Korea

Korea Japan ASEAN

Firefighters from Australia and New Zealand Aid in Combatting Wildfires in the Pacific Northwest

Asia Australia

Oregon a Leader in the US on Education Exchange with Japan

Japan

Water Issues Central to US-Australia High School Exchange Program

Australia

Serving Up Spuds: Washington and Oregon Team Up to Promote Potatoes in Southeast Asia

ASEAN

Korean Tire Company Invests in Tennessee

Korea

Political and Security Exchanges Grow Oregon-Vietnam Bonds

ASEAN

Nevada National Guard Partners with Tonga to Share Knowledge, Enhance Security

Asia

Washington’s Cherries Fulfill China’s Cravings

China

Portland and Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia Ready for Sister City Relationship

Asia ASEAN

Tampa’s Ties to India Set an Example for the Rest of Florida

India

Asian Languages Spoken in Each State Illustrate Intriguing Demographic Trends

ASEAN Korea China Taiwan

US and Japanese National Security Regulation on Foreign Direct Investment

Japan

Sports and Sports Diplomacy Bring Allies Closer Together

Korea

Japanese Investment to the U.S. Surges, Boosting American Competitiveness

Japan

For Oregon, Asia means Jobs and More

Asia Japan China

US Exported $70 Billion of Merchandise to Southeast Asia in 2010, a 61% Increase from 2001

ASEAN

Japanese Language Classes at US Colleges are More Popular than Chinese and Korean Combined

Japan