Candice Lung organized the 2022 Advanced Institute on Health Investigation and Air Sensing for Asian Pollution (Hi-ASAP), 5-7 and 15 December 2022, online program hosted by Academia Sinica and Integrated Research on Disaster Risk, International Centre of Excellence-Taipei (IRDR ICoE-Taipei). Hi-ASAP is a regional interdisciplinary research initiative developed under the umbrella of IGAC-MANGO and endorsed as Future Earth activities, and MANGO supports its successful growth. [Photo]

Talib Latif organized “IGAC-MANGO Meeting, Science Workshop, and Training Course: Data interpretation combining satellite and ground-level observations in the Asian Monsoon region” in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 17 – 20 October 2022. [Group Photo 1] [Group Photo 2]


IGAC-MANGO session was held at the 16th IGAC Scientific Conference to showcase recent highlights in MANGO as well as flash Talks by early-career scientists, online, on 14 September 2021. [Session introduction video]

IGAC-MANGO side meeting was held at the 16th IGAC Scientific Conference, online, on 15 September 2021, gathering together 45 participants. [Group photo]


“IGAC-MANGO Committee Meeting 2020” was held to share personal experiences and scientific data with respect to COVID-19 effects on AQ in MANGO member countries, as well as annual updates, Online, 7 July 2020. [Group photo]


Manish Naja organized “IGAC-MANGO Meeting, Science Workshop, and Training Courses 2019” at Nainital, India, 28 November – 1 December 2019. [Group photo]

Candice Lung started “Health Investigation and Air Sensing for Asian Pollution (Hi-ASAP)”. The Hi-ASAP study has been developed under the umbrella of IGAC-MANGO, which is a working group with the main objective to form a cohesive network of atmospheric scientists in the Asian monsoon region, facilitate collaboration between Asian and international scientists, and foster the next generation of scientists in this region. The aim of Hi-ASAP is to provide scientific evidences to support certain policy actions to reduce air pollution levels in this region by applying newly developed low-cost sensors.

Candice Lung organized a workshop on “Planning Meeting on Air Pollution Sensing and Health in Asia (ASHA)” at Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, 17-19 May 2019.


IGAC Monsoon Asia and Oceania Networking Group (IGAC-MANGO) Meeting, 29-30 September 2018, Takamatsu, Kagawa, Japan. [Group photo]

Kohei Sakata, Sakiko Ishino, Manish Kumar, and Maximilien Desservettaz served as a member of Early Career Program Organizing Committee at the 2018 joint 14th iCACGP Quadrennial Symposium and 15th IGAC Science Conference in Takamatsu, Kagawa, Japan. [Group photo]

Mohd Talib Latif organized the International Conference on Atmospheric Composition and Climate Change in Asia in Malaysia on 27-28 March 2018, sponsored by Asian Network on Climate Science and Technology (ANCST). [Group photo]


Candice Lung organized the 2017 International Symposium on Sustainability Science at Academia Sinica in Taipei, Taiwan, 21-22 October 2017, and Hiroshi Tanimoto was invited as a panelist representing IGAC and IGAC-MANGO. [Photo]

Hiroshi Tanimoto and Candice Lung were invited to present “Research challenges for air pollution in Asia: Perspectives from International Global Atmospheric Chemistry (IGAC) Project” at 17th Conference on the Science Council of Asia, Manila, Philippines, 14-16 June, 2017, representing IGAC and IGAC-MANGO. [Photo]

MANGO members were actively involved in the 3rd workshop on ACAM (Atmospheric Composition and Asian Monsoon), in Guangzhou, China, 5-9 June 2017. MANGO members made 6 presentations.

Candice Lung organized a workshop on “Disaster Risk Reduction with Systems Approach for Slow-Onset Climate Disasters (AI-SOCD) – Air Pollution, Sensors, and Big Data” at the Advanced Institute, Academia Sinica, Taipei, 10-14 July 2017, co-organized by IGAC-MANGO. Several MANGO members participated. [Group Photo]


Fatimah Ahamad served as a member of Early Career Short Course Organizing Committee at the IGAC 2016 Science Conference in Breckenridge, Colorado, USA.

MANGO-ACAM joint session was held at the 13th Annual Meeting of AOGS (Asia Oceania Geosciences Society) 2016 in Beijing, China, 31 July – 5 August 2016 (AS13: Interaction of Atmospheric Composition and The Asian Monsoon, conveners: Hiroshi Tanimoto, Kim Oanh, Manish Naja, Jim Crawford, and Laura Pan). In total there were 14 presentations in a half-day session.

Candice Lung organized “Future Earth Asian Perspective Symposium on Air Pollution Trans-disciplinary Collaboration”, at Academia Sinica in Taipei, Taiwan, 29 February–1 March 2016, and Hiroshi Tanimoto gave a talk entitled “Research Challenges for Air Pollution in Asia”, representing IGAC and IGAC-MANGO. [Group photo]


Workshop for developing priority themes and activities for IGAC Monsoon Asia & Oceania Networking Group, 11-12 June 2015, Bangkok, Thailand. [Group photo]

Planning Workshop for Developing a Framework for Cooperation Between IGAC Activities in Asia, 2-3 March 2015, Bangkok, Thailand. [Group photo]