“Shockwaves” from populist movements in Europe and the United States are making China look more appealing to some sectors.
"Until we bring a new social contract, the forces of polarization to the far left and far right are likely to continue.”
Japanese education official Kan Suzuki discusses the challenges of preparing Japanese students for a rapidly changing world.
Educational psychologist Kit-Tai Hau discusses how China can bridge the rural-urban education divide, and where global competence falls amid a tough political environment.
Professor Lee Sing Kong discusses what his country is doing to develop "globally competent" students, and why a tide of nationalism cannot win.
A new interactive map, featuring one million data points, shows American schools are preparing students for the past, not the future.
This weekend, Asia Society India Centre is offering exclusive, in-depth access to the Sharjah Biennial, one of the most important contemporary art venues in the Middle East.
Reflecting on his experience at the 2012 Busan Biennale in South Korea, art historian David Joselit shares his thoughts on the future of an increasingly globalized art world.
The Vanishing Cultures Project's photographer-and-writer team journeyed to a remote corner of Nepal to document the indigenous Loba people and threats to their way of life.
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