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Performance / New York
In this performance, traditional Nanyin is merged with its Zen influences, and with other elements such as vocals, Indian tabla and keyboard instrumentation, Liyuan dance and more, to bring new life to this ancient art form.
Discussion / Northern California
A dialogue on President Trump's rethinking of America's trade relationship with the world.
Discussion / Hong Kong
Maggie Tiojakin and Xu Xi discuss the challenges for writers whose work articulates globalization, and the contribution of transnational novels to contemporary literature.
Panel Discussion / Washington DC
Experts and officials discuss the Trump Administration's Asia record through its first 100 days.
Lecture / Texas
Contemporary artist Sangram Majumdar discusses his paintings, which reference the cyclical nature of history and the catalytic connections between major cultural centers in Asia and the west.
Performance / Hong Kong
A special Pakistani musical evening to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Hong Kong SAR establishment and the 70th anniversary of the independence of Pakistan.
New York
An in-depth examination of the historical and cultural significance of the Belitung shipwreck.
Special Event / Texas
Get a special preview of the new Grand Hall exhibition featuring works by Indian contemporary artist Sangram Majumdar.
Symposium / New York
Join scholars and experts for an in-depth look at one of Southeast Asia's most exciting maritime archaeological finds: the Belitung Shipwreck. Followed by an all day symposium at Columbia University on Saturday, April 22.
Networking Event / New York
Make new professional and personal connections in an evening of networking, art, and ambiance with the LGBT community.
Discussion / Online
Join the Center for Global Education weekly on Thursdays for a Twitter chat on global education topics. This week's chat is led by special guest Craig Perrier on the topic, "Teaching the UN SDGs Through Project-Based Learning."
Panel Discussion / New York
Dr. Dalia Fahmy, Shadi Hamid and other experts discuss the debates within Islam in a discussion moderated by Tom Nagorski.