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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.
 

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Michelle A. Williams explores an ambitious health agenda that will help women live longer, happier and healthier lives.
interview
Kevin Rudd tells CNN that U.S. sanctions against Chinese firms that are assisting North Korea may be inevitable and will raise bilateral tensions.
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Asia Society's China Learning Initiatives held a contest—Why Speak Chinese—to celebrate the hard work of students and let others see their peers from so many different backgrounds learning Chinese and loving it.
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An evening discussion of China's household registration system and its effects on migrant workers.
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Wendy Cutler previews the first meeting of the U.S.-China Comprehensive Economic Dialogue, highlighting four key elements to watch for.
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Experts discuss the state of affairs in contemporary Hong Kong.
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Participants in an Asia Society panel discussion paid tribute to the late Chinese dissident.
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A panel discusses the state of affairs in Hong Kong two decades after its transfer from British to Chinese rule.
Blog Post
Essays and reflections on the Nobel Peace laureate, who died Thursday at the age of 61.
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Kevin Rudd discusses how the U.S. approach to North Korea has changed after its first successful intercontinental ballistic missile test.
interview
ASPI's Daniel Russel told BBC Radio that the U.S. must work with other key nations to manage North Korea's nuclear provocations.
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Schoolchildren display their artwork at Asia Society Museum in the exhibition 'Inspired by Zao Wou-Ki: Works by New York City Students.'