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Film / New York
Australian Short Film Today offers a rare opportunity to view this year's hottest talent and a taste of what's to come in the new world order of Australian cinema.
Special Event / New York
Through performances and movement workshops, explore how gesture is used to tell stories and describe the world around us.
Special Event / New York
Asia Society Family Benefit: Spirited Away - Enchanted Animals of Asia Through an enchanted forest filled with the animals both real and imaginary of Asia, discover a new way to share your love of Asian culture with your family and friends.
Conference / New York
Mr. Leung oversees all of Blackstone's businesses in Asia, including private equity, real estate and corporate advisory.
Discussion / New York
At a time when the adverse impact of the financial crisis is felt around the world, a more globally integrated ASEAN region is experiencing significant economic pain.
Panel Discussion / New York
The Asia Society and the Earth Institute at Columbia University invite you to the: Launch of the Asia Society Leadership Group on Water Security in Asia.
Panel Discussion / New York
Of all major nations, India faces the most serious resource and environmental challenge in the modern era.
Discussion / New York
The ongoing military operation against the LTTE lends to questions about the resulting humanitarian situation and the post-war political scenario.
Discussion / New York
As Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of PepsiCo, Indra Nooyi leads one of the world's largest convenient food and beverage companies.
Discussion / New York
LIVE WEBCAST Friday April 10, 2009 9:00AM - 10:30AM Rose Conference Hall, Asia Society 725 Park Avenue, New York A buffet breakfast will be served during this program.
Lecture / New York
Samuel C. Morse, Professor of the History of Art and Asian Languages and Civilizations at Amherst College, explores the Japanese elements of the Asia Society's current exhibition, "Asian Journeys: Collecting Art in Post-war America."