The playwright discusses the revival of his celebrated play in an interview with Asia Blog.
Xiaolu Guo's ambitious new novel explores China through the perspective of a curious London-based translator.
Composer, percussionist, and musicologist Susie Ibarra is driven by a belief that the values in traditional music and indigenous cultures can bring people together.
The New York Times hailed Huang Ruo's new opera "Dr. Sun Yat-sen" as a "humanizing tribute." At Asia Society, the composer discussed his desire to create an opera with a "Cantonese flavor."
Iranian American artist Shiva Ahmadi offers insight into "Lotus," expanding on the work's political undertones, stylistic inspirations, and the physical process of production.
On the eve of his exhibition at Asia Society Texas Center, photographer Kirk Pedersen describes his creative process and his belief that "ordinary things can be beautiful too."
China’s opera craze is big news for New York or Chicago or San Francisco as much as Beijing and Shanghai.
In 1948, an Italian photographer gave the world a privileged glimpse inside the storied Densatil Monastery in central Tibet.