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This page displays all Asia Society content on China in reverse chronological order. For more Asia Society work on China, please visit the Asia Society Policy Institute, the Center on U.S.-China Relations, China Learning Initiatives, the U.S.-China Museum Leaders Forum, and the online magazine ChinaFile. Asia Society has had an office in Shanghai since 1999, and opened a stunning public space in Hong Kong in 2012.
 

Blog Post
New York Times reporter Ed Wong discusses how he came to rethink his assumptions that Chinese are questioning the Communist Party's legitimacy.
Article
NATO may not be the right model for the Middle East and Asia, but multilateralism is possible and necessary in both regions.
interview
Kevin Rudd talks to Fareed Zakaria about whether Trump's "strategic unpredictability" will be effective against North Korea.
Blog Post
Why negotiating with China may be the only viable option for the U.S.
interview
Kevin Rudd outlines what a diplomatic "grand bargain" on North Korea could look like.
Article
Kevin Rudd writes in the Financial Times that the international community might be sleepwalking into war on the Korean Peninsula.
Blog Post
The photographer Charlie Xia showcases a rare, unique perspective on China's landscape.
Article
Anubhav Gupta writes that the border standoff between India and China in Doklam represents a shift in ties between Asia’s two primary powers.
Article
A diverse group of 49 students participated in the 2017 Young Leaders Institute, which explored topics about China and India.
Video
Ines Kaempfer describes the changes she's witnessed now that migrant workers can more easily bring their children when they migrate.
Blog Post
A recent survey of Chinese factories suggests more migrant workers are bringing their children when they migrate, but they still face hardships.
Article
Jackson Ewing shines a light on the climate leaders of the Asia Pacific.