The Asian CHI is an annual event organised by researchers and practitioners in the Asia Pacific since the steering committees first co-initiated South East Asia Computer-Human Interaction (SEACHI) during ACM SIGCHI 2015. 

The aim is to bring together both early-career and senior HCI academia and UX practitioners from industries in the Asia Pacific and bring about cross-exchange of information and transfer of knowledge in a multidisciplinary environment and multi-socio-economic aspects of HCI research, foster social ties and collaboration in the field of HCI.

As the Asian CHI community grows to be more diverse than when we started in 2015, there is a need to address the issues of equity, justice, access, and transparency more strategically, especially with a historical link to colonialism in Asia. Beyond showcasing the latest Asian-inspired HCI work and those focusing on incorporating Asian sociocultural factors in their design, implementation, evaluation, and improvement, the Asian CHI is a sandbox for academically rigorous discourse platform for both HCI academic and UX practitioners to present their latest research findings and solutions that reflect the expansion of HCI theory and applications towards culturally inclusive design for diverse audiences in Asia.


Permanent Steering Committee, Dr Masitah Ghazali

Dr Masitah Ghazali 

Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

Permanent Steering Committee, Dr Eunice Sari

Dr Eunice Sari 

UX Indonesia, Indonesia
UNSW, Australia

Permanent Steering Committee, Josh (Adi) Tedjasaputra

Josh (Adi) Tedjasaputra 

Customer Experience Insight, Australia


Dr Juliana A. Abu Bakar

Universiti Utara Malaysia

Committee Member, Dr Ethel Ong

Dr Ethel Ong

De La Salle University, Philippines

Committee Member, Dr Noris binti Mohd Norowi

Dr Noris Mohd Norowi

Universiti Putra Malaysia