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This programme with Professor Mike Hulme, Professor of Climate Change at the School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia, UK will examine how different countries and organizations approach climate change.
Lecture / New York
Is it not a contradiction in terms to think of the sacred as the sensuous?
Panel Discussion / Northern California
What are the prospects for democratic reform in China? Some experts believe that thirty years of successful economic reforms, bringing unprecedented prosperity and giving rise to a new middle class.
Performance / Northern California
The fifth work in the celebrated playwright's Garage Band Series, Philip Kan Gotanda's #5 Angry Red Drum is the story of two world-refugees determined to survive with style in a post-apocalyptic universe gone mad.
Other / New York
Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights and New Year, is a time to celebrate good fortune, family and friendships.
Conference / Northern California
We can't always control what happens to us in life, but we can change how we react.
Discussion / New York
From 2004 through 2008, documentary photographer Tomas van Houtryve worked in Nepal to chronicle the end of its monarchy and the rise of one of the world's newest Maoist states.
Discussion / Philippines
Asia Society Gallery Series Photographer and Silverlens gallery owner Isa Lorenzo talks about the growing contemporary Philippine art market.
Briefing / New York
As the global financial crisis ebbs, company and policy leaders around the world are seeking to understand what will be the pattern of growth once the world economy recovers.
Meet the Author
Patrick Radden Keefe will talk about his acclaimed new book, The Snakehead: An Epic Tale of the Chinatown Underworld and the American Dream.
Discussion / New York
Stephen Roach's just-published book The Next Asia (John Wiley & Sons, publication date September 29, 2009) is a timely assessment of the region's potential to provide a new source of growth for a post-crisis global economy.
Lecture / Texas
Dr. Saleem H. Ali, a professor of Environmental Studies at the University of Vermont, will address the challenge of providing Asia's growing population with life-essential water in a lecture titled Water and Energy.