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Meet the Author
The Calligrapher's Daughter is a story of early 20th Century Korea torn between ancient customs and modern possibilities, a family ultimately united by love, and a woman who never gives up her search for freedom.
Film
Director: Nguyen-Vo Nghiem-Minh; 2004; Vietnam; 102 min.
Discussion / Hong Kong
A Luncheon Presentation by David Wyss, Global Chief Economist, Standard and Poor's As economic data has revealed a growing divergence between Western economies and those in much of Asia, notably China and India.
Film
Cities and cinema are the twins of the 20th century.
Discussion / Philippines
Fredrik Haren, founder of The Interesting Organization (www.interesting.org) and author of international bestseller The Idea Book, gives a sneak peek into his forthcoming study on business, creativity, and innovation in Asia.
Film
Director: Garin Nagruho; 2006; Indonesia; 120 min
Film / New York
At 24, Ajmal Naqshbandi was one of Afghanistan's top 'fixers' ' aides who help the foreign media gain access to government officials, ordinary citizens, and armed rebels.
Briefing
The Consular Briefing Series is designed to engage Asian consulates and consulates with interests in Asia regarding issues in their countries, issues of relevance to Asia, and bilateral relations with India.
Discussion
Bill McKibben is an environmentalist and writer who has written frequently about global warming, alternative energy, and the risks associated with human genetic engineering.
Discussion / Northern California
Join ASNC's Young Professionals Group for a chance to engage two emerging Asian American artists featured in the current Togonon Gallery exhibit, Painting, Sculpture, and Works on Paper.
Lecture
In this session, Asia Society President Vishakha Desai will explore Asian notions of self-identity and how these are manifested in leadership styles.
Panel Discussion
Please join us for a panel disscussion with visiting scholars from Vietnam.