ChinaFile Managing Editor Jonathan Landreth reports from Los Angeles on the eve of the U.S.-China Film Summit, an annual event now more important than ever.
The Chinese journalist, publisher, and entrepreneur, who will speak at Asia Society New York on October 30, isn't one to shy away from provocative statements.
Not everyone is happy with casting decisions when England's Royal Shakespeare Company mounts a new production of a famous Chinese play.
Delving into her own past, documentary filmmaker Deann Liem highlights the impact of the Korean adoption model worldwide.
Catching up with the morning's headlines in a stall in Guangzhou, China on March 24, 2012. (r s gould/Flickr)
Last week, to great fanfare, Starbucks opened its first Indian store in a posh district of Mumbai. Asia Society India Centre reports from the scene.
The world-famous Chinese artist and provocateur infuses his Gangnam Style parody with some (possibly) dark humor.
Asia 21 Fellow Wenchi Yu says a recent survey shows pervasive concerns among Chinese about the country's leadership and its ability to deal with fundamental human rights.
After the U.S. presidential candidates sounded off on foreign policy, Asia Society receives reactions from its network of Asia 21 Young Leaders in China, Afghanistan, and Pakistan.
One of China's best-known bloggers says Romney and Obama miss the point of the China-U.S. relationship by focusing on trade and economics while skipping larger issues of liberty and human rights.
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