Sunada’s directorial debut Death of a Japanese Salesman (2011) opens Asia Society New York’s new film series Extreme Private Ethos: Japanese Documentaries on March 10.
Travel photographer and self-styled "outsider" Sai Abishek captures daily life in Nepal, in both its rural and urban manifestations.
Asia Society President Vishakha N. Desai and a panel of experts offer thoughts to mark International Women's Day in 2012.
Veteran U.S. official Robert D. Hormats reflects back on a time when, for most Americans, a trip to China was like "going to the moon."
Co-founder of Shanghai-based creative collective NeochaEDGE, Leow speaks to Asia Blog in advance of his March 9 multimedia presentation on China's creative scene at Asia Society New York.
A dreamy sunrise in Fiji on February 23, 2012. (Kyle Post /Flickr)
A crane dance performance in the form of two birds took place in the Resorts World Sentosa, Singpore on March 3, 2012. (Choo Yut Shing /Flickr)
While the media focuses on the role of global development institutions, a number of experts are urging Myanmar’s government to reach out to its nationals abroad, writes Andrew Billo.
Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy and Daniel Junge won Academy Awards for their 2011 documentary short 'Saving Face,' which addresses the sensitive topic of acid attacks against women in Pakistan.
The U.S. Under Secretary of Economic Growth, Energy and the Environment speaks with Asia Blog in advance of his March 6 appearance at Asia Society in New York.
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