The Research House for Asian Art (RHAA) is a non-for profit organization founded in the summer of 2008.. The goal of RHAA is to promote art that is becoming more global and to provide a platform for the ongoing cultural exchange between East and West, in particular with China. RHAA organizes symposiums on various themes of art and other cultural activities such as art exhibitions, and art publications.
The China Contemporary Art Forum (CCAF) was initiated by RHAA, and co-founded with China Contemporary Art Foundation (a Hong Kong based foundation), and two symposiums of CCAF--2009--2010 International Conference on Art Theory and Criticism were hold in Beijing China. RHAA was involved in curating The Contemporary Ink Painting and Artists at Duolun Museum of Modern Art in Shanghai, which was part of cultural activities of the Shanghai World Fair in 2010.