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Discussion / New York
A unique opportunity to hear artists from the fall exhibition “After Darkness: Southeast Asian Art in the Wake of History” talk about their work.
Briefing / Northern California
Join Japan Society Northern California and ASNC for a conversation with Wendy Cutler of Asia Society Policy Institute and Sean Randolph of Bay Area Council Economic Institute, moderated by Larry Greenwood of JSNC.
Panel Discussion / New York
Can conflict be avoided in the Asia-Pacific, a region facing a growing number of security crises?
Performance / Hong Kong
An evening performance by Fareed Ayaz-Abu Muhammad Qawwal and Party, showcasing the age-old oral tradition of Qawwali.
Panel Discussion / Texas
Musicians and scholars demonstrate and discuss the distinctive attributes of Indian, Chinese, and Indonesian music and their interlinked histories and contributions to world music.
Tour / Texas
Join Asia Society for a docent-led tour of our 'Sangram Majumdar' exhibition.
Tour / Texas
Explore Yoshio Taniguchi's first free-standing structure in the United States.
Networking Event / New York
Kick off your weekend with a night of fun and culture at Asia Society's First Friday Leo Bar—a unique happy hour offering free museum admission, exhibition tours, refreshments, and more.
Performance / Hong Kong
An interactive presentation and performance of Qawwali, one of the world's oldest oral tradition.
Discussion / Online
Join the Center for Global Education weekly on Thursdays for a Twitter chat on global education topics. This week's chat focuses on building a classroom library to inspire empathy and perspective!
Meet the Artist / New York
Richard McGregor will speak about his new book, "Asia's Reckoning."
Special Event / New York
Abacus: Small Enough to Jail tells the incredible saga of the Sung family, owners of Abacus Federal Savings Bank, who are forced to defend themselves and their bank’s legacy over the course of a five-year legal battle.