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Photo of the Day: Crossing the Winding Tracks in India

A flock of Indian peafowls are seen crossing long and winding train tracks in Secunderabad, India on October 31, 2015. (Belur Ashok/Flickr)
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A flock of Indian peafowls are seen crossing long and winding train tracks in Secunderabad, India on October 31, 2015. (Belur Ashok/Flickr)

Photos: The 'Sheer Spectacle' of Kumbh Mela, the World's Largest Human Gathering

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Harvard Professors Tarun Khanna and Rahul Mehrotra discuss their university's multidisciplinary research on the makeshift "mega-city" that springs up to host 100 million people during India's largest Hindu fair.

Can the Other 'Asian Giants' Deal With China's Slowdown?

Visitors have photos taken with a replica of the famous Wall Street bronze bull on the Bund in Shanghai on June 13, 2013. (Peter Parks/AFP/Getty Images)
Current Affairs

DBS Group Research Managing Director Timothy Wong discusses economic reforms in China, India, and Indonesia, and what opportunities and perils lie ahead.

Photo of the Day: An Artist at Work in India

A potter hard at work painting a long row of religious statues made of clay in Kolkata, India on October 10, 2015. (@DaskBlogs/Flickr)
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A potter hard at work painting a long row of religious statues made of clay in Kolkata, India on October 10, 2015. (@DaskBlogs/Flickr)

#TBT: In 1964, Nepali Dancer Strikes a Pose

Nepali Dancer Bali Ram poses in front of a 15th-century sculpture, 'Avalokiteshvara', on loan from The Golden Monastery in Patan, Nepal at Asia Society's “The Art of Nepal.” (Asia Society)
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Each week for "Throwback Thursday" (#TBT), we'll reach into our archives to find a photo from the organization's nearly 60-year history. This week: when an enigmatic dancer from Nepal stormed America and cooked at Asia Society.

Video: New Zealand Leader Says China Sees Opportunity in the TPP

New Zealand Prime Minister John Key discusses China’s economic transformation and the country’s changing posture toward the TPP during a conversation with ASPI President Kevin Rudd. (Elsa Ruiz/Asia Society)
Policy

In a discussion with ASPI President Kevin Rudd at Asia Society New York, New Zealand Prime Minister John Key said he regards the potential pact as a “starting point” for opening trade more broadly across Asia.

Photo of the Day: On the Hunt in India

A jungle cat pokes its head out through a tall blades of grass in Gujarat, India on September 20, 2015. (Santanu Sen/Flickr)
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A jungle cat pokes its head out through a tall blades of grass in Gujarat, India on September 20, 2015. (Santanu Sen/Flickr)

How Is Asia's Rise Changing the Global Order?

Asia Society Policy Institute President Kevin Rudd moderates a discussion at Harvard Law School to launch ASPI's initiative on the future of the global order. (Benn Craig/Harvard Kenndy School)
Policy

Panelists discuss the future of the global order at Harvard University on Tuesday.

Weekly Rewind: Planet Tajikistan, The First 'Smart Nation,' and Thailand's Museum of Corruption

Indonesian firefighters work to extinguish a peatland fire in South Sumatra on September 11, 2015. (Abdul Qodir/AFP/Getty Images)
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Our latest Weekly Rewind, featuring some of the best Asia-related content you may have missed from the past seven days.

Weekly Rewind: Mobile Games for Conservation, A Look at Yemen, and Taiwan's 'Rainbow Grandpa'

Smoke billows following air-strikes by the Saudi-led coalition on a weapons depot at a military airport, currently controlled by Yemeni Shiite Huthi rebels, in the capital Sanaa on August 20, 2015.  (Mohammed Huwais/AFP/Getty Images)
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Our latest Weekly Rewind, featuring some of the best Asia-related content you may have missed from the past seven days.