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On August 1, 2012 Asia Society Southern California held an invitation only event with Author and Journalist, Blaine Harden, where he discussed his new book, “Escape from Camp 14.”
Panel Discussion / India
Martin Jacques argues that China, being a civilization-state rather than a nation-state, will pave the way for a fundamentally different tomorrow.
Discussion / Hong Kong
The Asia Society Co-Chair Ronnie C. Chan and ANZ Bank CEO Mike Smith will explore Australia's relationship with Asia, in particular China.
Special Event / New York
20-50% savings on select designer collections of jewelry, apparel, accessories and home decor in addition to books and CDs.
Special Event / Texas
QFest marks its 16th anniversary with a presentation at the Texas Center of two thought-provoking, Asian-focused documentaries exploring gender and identity.
Film / Northern California
A screening of the new Ai Weiwei documentary will be followed by a Q&A with the film's director, Alison Klayman, and Cheryl Haines, Ai's representative.
Briefing / Washington DC
Asia Society is pleased to invite you to a discussion with H.E. Nirupama Rao, Ambassador of India to the United States.
Film / New York
Celebrate the opening the 35th Asian American International Film Festival with this romantic comedy about modern-day American immigrants in an unfamiliar land. Followed by a gala reception.
Panel Discussion / Washington DC
Asia Society Senior Advisor Hassan Abbas and experts from both Pakistan and the United States have collaborated to provide a framework for law enforcement reform throughout the country.
Film / Texas
Journey deep into the worlds of funny, fantastic and courageous kids through the lens of live action and animated shorts.
Film / India
Join us for a screening of the the Academy Award Winning Documentary, Saving Face, and discussion with Director Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy and Filmmaker Kiran Rao.
Discussion / Hong Kong
Seoul National University's Jae Ho Chung offers his views on how leadership change in South Korea could affect international relations in East Asia.