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29 Jan 2015
The 11th century stone Buddha is just one of many treasures leaving Myanmar for the first time for Asia Society Museum's landmark exhibition 'Buddhist Art of Myanmar,' opening Feb. 10 in New York.
29 Jan 2015
A plaintain squirrel balances itself between two branches and bends down to smell purple flowers at the Singapore Botanic Gardens on January 1, 2015. (Melvin Yap/Flickr)
28 Jan 2015
Economist Nicholas Lardy discusses Xi Jinping’s economic restructuring program and the prospect of rejuvenating market-driven growth.
28 Jan 2015
Vibrant, pink flowers are in full bloom on trees in Taipei City, Taiwan on January 24, 2015. (喵_比比/Flickr)
27 Jan 2015
Directors of MoMA, M+, Tate, and other institutions discuss digital, Asia, and the future of the museum.
27 Jan 2015
The incoming Asia Society Policy Institute president said he believes U.S. and Chinese leaders have established “the beginnings of a framework” to manage difficult elements of the U.S.-China relationship while advancing shared interests.

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29 Jan 2015
The 11th century stone Buddha is just one of many treasures leaving Myanmar for the first time for Asia Society Museum's landmark exhibition 'Buddhist Art of Myanmar,' opening Feb. 10 in New York.
29 Jan 2015
A plaintain squirrel balances itself between two branches and bends down to smell purple flowers at the Singapore Botanic Gardens on January 1, 2015. (Melvin Yap/Flickr)
28 Jan 2015
Economist Nicholas Lardy discusses Xi Jinping’s economic restructuring program and the prospect of rejuvenating market-driven growth.
28 Jan 2015
Vibrant, pink flowers are in full bloom on trees in Taipei City, Taiwan on January 24, 2015. (喵_比比/Flickr)
27 Jan 2015
Directors of MoMA, M+, Tate, and other institutions discuss digital, Asia, and the future of the museum.
27 Jan 2015
The incoming Asia Society Policy Institute president said he believes U.S. and Chinese leaders have established “the beginnings of a framework” to manage difficult elements of the U.S.-China relationship while advancing shared interests.

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21 Jan 2015
67 participants from 21 states were selected to attend the conference, which was themed “Effective Chinese Language Teaching in Each Teaching Step.”
15 Jan 2015
Programs in Houston, Los Angeles and San Francisco assess economic trends and prospects for China.
30 Dec 2014
The Education Department highlights achievements from our national network of internationally-focused schools during 2014.
19 Dec 2014
In keeping with Asia Society’s global mission, AsiaStore is committed to featuring the renowned brands of Asia and the work of Asian and Asian American artisans.
5 Nov 2014
“This group of global leaders will truly enhance Asia Society’s leading edge work,” said Asia Society President and CEO Josette Sheeran.
3 Oct 2014
Humaira Bachal finished construction on her foundation's flagship school for girls in the outskirts of Karachi with Madonna's support.
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