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Film / Hong Kong
Documentary featuring the life of celebrated Tang dynasty Chinese monk Xuanzang who traveled to India and brought back essential Buddhist texts and teachings.
Meet the Author / Hong Kong
Author Patricia Lim will reveal how she came to map and record all the graves in the cemetery at Happy Valley.
Meet the Author / New York
On the eve of Burma's free elections, a new biography of Nobel prize-winning democracy advocate Aung San Suu Kyi.
Briefing / Northern California
In a talk moderated by John S. Wadsworth, Dr. Nicholas Lardy will explain the reforms China must undertake in order to sustain its world-beating growth performance.
Discussion / New York
Presentation on the outcomes of the Indian Economic Survey and Union Budget, as well as prospects of the Indian economy in 2012.
Discussion / Hong Kong
Jansen Chan will be joined by architect and restaurateur Frank Sun at an exclusive dinner to discuss their passions for food and architecture, and how the two merge to create magical sweet delights.
Meet the Author / New York
Leading Pakistani journalist Ahmed Rashid takes a critical look at the deteriorating U.S.-Pakistan relationship.
Conference / Northern California
Join us for the 25th anniversary conference of the Asia/Pacific Business Outlook (APBO) conference, the premier business conference focused on trade and investment in Asian markets.
Film / Hong Kong
The film follows two brothers orphaned as children when their parents were taken by the military during the “dirty wars” of the 1970s in Argentina.
Film / Hong Kong
Thai-English director takes on one of the popular Father Ananda mystery novels.
Film / New York
A war veteran uncovers gruesome and savage acts committed on Japanese soldiers within the army unit during WWII.
Film / Hong Kong
Feature documentary that explores the life, teachings, and "crazy wisdom" of Chogyam Trungpa, Rinpoche, a pivotal figure in bringing Tibetan Buddhism to the West.