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Lecture / Hong Kong
The journey of Chinese pilgrims to India between the 5th and the 12th centuries
Meet the Author / Texas
The renowned author’s newest novel explores rock ’n’ roll, revolution, and romance, seductively woven together.
Lecture / Hong Kong
Is the cause of weak growth poor economic policy as argued in John B. Taylor’s book “First Principles”, or is there a new secular stagnation with a permanent decline in technological advances as others have argued?
Meet the Author / New York
Dan Washburn and ESPN's Jeremy Schaap will discuss Washburn's new book, which uses the politically taboo topic of golf to paint what critics are calling "an illuminating portrait of modern China."
Discussion / India
Join us for a conversation with Dr. William Antholis and Salil Parekh as they explore how country-sized provinces and states in the world’s two most populous nations are increasingly becoming global players.
Film / New York
Documentary asks if tourism is destroying the planet, or saving it? Shot in Thailand, Bhutan, Bolivia and Mali, the film shows the unanticipated impact of global tourism. Post-screening Q&A.
Discussion / Texas
Explore Yoshio Taniguchi's first free-standing structure in the United States.
Discussion / Texas
Experience art on a personal level, learn about art historical periods and styles, and hear stories associated with the artwork.
Other / Hong Kong
A three parts event to celebrate one of the biggest Chinese festivals - Mid-Autumn Festival.
Special Event / New York
Benefit dinner in conjunction with Asia Society Museum's exhibition "Nam June Paik: Becoming Robot," opening September 5, 2014.
Discussion / New York
A member-only exhibition discussion with Asia Society's Michelle Yun, curator of "Nam June Paik: Becoming Robot."
Meet the Author / Northern California
Vietnamese-American author Lan Cao on her new novel about love, betrayal, identity, and the Vietnam War, "The Lotus and the Storm." With award-winning author Andrew Lam.