In this episode, we hear the legendary action star talk candidly about his most famous scene — and other stunts he says he honestly thought might kill him. Some nearly did.
Almost 3,000 people participated in the calligraphy contest to celebrate the start of the New Year in Tokyo.
Artists Lisa and Jacob Hodsdon demonstrate the traditional Japanese folk art of Kokeshi Dolls at Asia Society New York.
Japanese artist Hiroshi Sugimoto, a recent visitor to the Asia Society, is the subject of a long piece in today's New York Times, which refers to him as a "Zen master of film photography."
Amid the Obama fever in Asia, an India filmmaker releases film based on the global recession.
South India's wild and wonderful potboilers are finally becoming available in English.
An unusual, unheard tale of a female, Muslim saint who traveled from the Middle East to spread Islam in the island-state of Singapore, Siti Maryam's shrine in Singapore was recently bull-dozed despite protests from her followers.
Over the weekend Asia Society hosted artist Joe Mangrum as part of the Family Day celebration of the festival of Diwali. Over the course of the afternoon, he created a beautiful rangoli out of colored sand on the floor of the lobby.
Japanese pop artist's latest exhibition raises eyebrows (and more) in France.
A group of independent filmmakers in Malaysia has undertaken a project to produce a completely crowd-sourced movie they have entitled Your Grandfather's Road.
Rashid Rana has just been profiled in the International Herald Tribune for his first solo show in France at the Musée Guimet.