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Meet the Author / New York
While all the eyes in business and academia alike have their eyes on China and India, such poignant personal experiences and testimony of their relationship such as Pallavi Aiyar has assembled remain hard to come by.
Panel Discussion / New York
Economic growth in the main economies of Southeast Asia is expected to be cut in half this year.
Meet the Author / New York
Innovation is at the core of human development.
Panel Discussion / New York
The Government of Pakistan has come under heavy criticism for failing to adequately address the resurgence of Taliban and Al Qaeda forces along the border areas with Afghanistan.
Discussion / New York
Although the Chinese restaurant industry represents 45,000 Chinese restaurants across the U.S., that generates over $20 billion in annual sales, most American diners still think of Chinese food as a cheap take-out of chow mein.
Discussion / New York
M. J. Akbar, Author and Asia Society Associate Fellow in Conversation with Simon Tay, Asia Society Bernard Schwartz Fellow.
Panel Discussion / New York
Approximately 1.7 billion people around the world have no access to electricity, fuel prices are unstable, and low income families are asking for new ways to meet their household energy needs.
Film / New York
JOURNEYS WITH KABIR This multidisciplinary exploration of Kabir will include a lecture, film, and performance.
Panel Discussion / New York
Pho (the delectable beef noodle soup) is one of Vietnam's most treasured exports and has become a household name over the past few years.
Meet the Author / New York
John "Juan" Ricardo I. Cole is a prominent American scholar and historian of modern Middle Eastern and South Asian history.
Panel Discussion / New York
During Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's Asia Society speech on February 13th and her recent official Asia trip, she created a tremendous amount of goodwill in the countries visited.