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Click on the links below for complete multimedia coverage of Asia Society's third Asia Game Changer awards ceremony, held at the United Nations in New York City on October 27, 2016.

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Looking back at an extraordinary evening in which Asia Society honored I.M. Pei and nine others.
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The 13-year-old Indonesian piano prodigy also performed an original jazz composition at the ceremony.
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The music impresario was honored for bringing Korean popular music to an international audience.
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The Nepalese eye surgeon was honored for his work restoring sight to some of Asia's poorest people.
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The Syrian teenager was honored for her work as an education advocate in Jordan's refugee camps.
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The revered director was honored for exposing foreign audiences to Chinese cinema.
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Shahnaz was honored for her work as a social entrepreneur in Bangladesh.
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The Australian is the founder of Robogals, a start-up that encourages girls to become engineers.
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The Iraqi cellist also performed a composition at the ceremony.
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The Afghan musician was honored for his persistent promotion of musical education in his war-torn country.
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The iconic architect was honored in a ceremony at the United Nations.
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The 10 honorees were honored at the United Nations on Thursday.

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