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Symposium / Texas
OPENING REMARKS The Qajar Dynasty: A Brief Historical Overview Presented by Dr. Francesca Leoni, Assistant Curator of the Arts of the Islamic World, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston PRESENTATIONS Revival and Innovation
Performance / New York
Pre-performance lecture at 6:30 pm The ethereal beauty of classical Korean dance comes alive in Taintless Spring, a new dance suite created by renowned choreographer Myung Sook Kim and performed by the 6-member Nulhui Dance Company.
Performance / New York
Internationally renowned artists from Mongolia, Japan, and the US come together for a fascinating collaboration, highlighting the popular Mongolian art of khoomei (throat singing) with the driving rhythms of Japanese taiko (drums).
Discussion
The Long March of 1934 was a retreat of thousands of young Chinese Communist soldiers against the Nationalist forces to win the Chinese revolution and launch Modern China.
Lecture / Hong Kong
The "Asian Families" Series An Evening Presentation by RICHARD EU, Group Chief Executive Officer, Eu Yan Sang International Limited with Herbal Dinner created by JUSTIN QUEK,
Other / Texas
2009 US-China Legal Exchange The Asia Society and the US Department of Commerce will host a senior delegation from China's Ministry of Commerce for a day-long seminar.
Panel Discussion / New York
2009 US-China Legal Exchange The Asia Society and the US Department of Commerce will host a senior delegation from China's Ministry of Commerce for a day-long seminar
Discussion
Please note: Attendance by invitation and with RSVP only. Stephen Smith was sworn in as Minister for Foreign Affairs in December 2007.
Discussion
Ambassador Howard B. Schaffer's The Limits of Influence chronicles America's views on and involvement in the long-standing struggle waged between India and Pakistan over Kashmir since their independence in 1947.
Discussion / Hong Kong
A Luncheon Presentation by Dr. JERROLD D. GREEN, President and Chief Executive Officer, Pacific Council on International Policy Since the disastrous outcome of the Islamic Republic's recent Presidential election.
Discussion / Hong Kong
An Evening Presentation by Aki Ra, Founder, Cambodia Landmine Museum and V. Tony Hauser, Photographer Cambodia, after three decades of conflict, has one of the worst land mines problems in the world.
Film / New York
On the Tibetan Plateau, mighty glaciers melt into thin air, silently portending Asia's next environmental catastrophe.