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Photo of the Day: Colors of the Night in Vietnam

Colorful lanterns light up the night's sky in Hanoi, Vietnam on September 10, 2013. (PTorrodellas/Flickr)
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Colorful lanterns light up the night's sky in Hanoi, Vietnam on September 10, 2013. (PTorrodellas/Flickr)

Photo of the Day: A Piercing Gaze in Thailand

A cat sits poised with her piercing gaze in Hua Hin, Thailand on September 5, 2013. (Beam Borwonputtikun/Flickr)
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A cat sits poised with her piercing gaze in Hua Hin, Thailand on September 5, 2013. (Beam Borwonputtikun/Flickr)

Watch: Charlie Rose Covers 'Iran Modern'

L to R: Suzanne DiMaggio, Tom Nagorski, Charlie Rose and Melissa Chiu.
Arts

Charlie Rose recently interviewed Asia Society's Melissa Chiu, Suzanne DiMaggio and Tom Nagorski about Asia Society Museum's 'Iran Modern' exhibition, which opened September 6 to rave reviews.

Book Excerpt: 'Cyber War Will Not Take Place' by Thomas Rid

(Fort George G. Meade/Flickr)
Policy

In his new book, Thomas Rid explores the opportunities and challenges that cyberspace creates for those who use violence for political purposes. In-person appearance tonight at Asia Society New York.

Photo of the Day: Hanging Out in New Delhi

A group children in the streets of New Delhi, India on September 8, 2013. (New Dehlices/Flickr)
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A group children in the streets of New Delhi, India on September 8, 2013. (New Dehlices/Flickr)

Asia Society Online Looking For Fall 2013 Interns in New York

One of the many intern cubicles located around the Asia Society New York headquarters. (Tahiat Mahboob)
Lifestyle

Check out these exciting Fall 2013 internship opportunities with the online team at Asia Society's New York headquarters.

Photo of the Day: A Lit Up Sky in Malaysia

Laser lights brighten the night sky in Putrajaya, Malaysia on August 30, 2013. (Jeffrey Goh/Flickr)
Multimedia

Laser lights brighten the night sky in Putrajaya, Malaysia on August 30, 2013. (Jeffrey Goh/Flickr)

Interview: Does Cyber Terror Need to Be Violent to Be Considered a 'War'?

Thomas Rid
Policy

Author Thomas Rid says he "can't see a good reason why an innovation that has never injured or killed a single human being — cyber-attacks — should prompt us to rethink the notion of war."

Photo of the Day: Colorful Traditions in Singapore

Traditional henna adorns a woman's hand in Singapore on September 2, 2013. (Edelman APACMEA/Flickr)
Multimedia

Traditional henna adorns a woman's hand in Singapore on September 2, 2013. (Edelman APACMEA/Flickr)

Are the US and China Finally Getting Serious About Climate Change?

President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping meet at the Annenberg Retreat at Sunnylands in California on June 7, 2013. (Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images)
Policy

While recent developments have raised hopes the so-called “Group of Two” is making strides, the countries are "not even close" on some key targets, writes Asia Society Senior Advisor Junjie Zhang.