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Mar 16 2014 - Mar 22 2014

Discussion / New York
Experts discuss how the understanding of Chinese art has changed over the past two decades in the United States and, more recently, in China.
Hong Kong
Participants can learn basic sketching techniques, including chiaroscuro, step-by-step from Eric Ng Kwan-To, Chairman of Hong Kong Drawing Association.
Special Event / Philippines
A fun-filled celebration honoring the Indian Festival.
Lecture / Texas
Ambassador Marc Grossman offers a detailed analysis of his work in the region and what may come next.
Lecture / Korea
Speaker Daniel Allen Pinkston is the International Crisis Group's Northeast Asia Deputy Project Director.
Special Event / Hong Kong
Carl Robinson's lecture will be complemented by musical performances from Khusugtun, a group of Mongolian musicians and renowned “long song” singer Tsogtsaikhan Sosorburam.
Symposium / Hong Kong
Bring together the wisdom of enterprises, industry associations, research institutes and scholars from both mainland China and Hong Kong to explore the strategic opportunities and challenges brought by China’s new urbanization.
Panel Discussion / Southern California
Join us for an afternoon program that will examine dimensions of cyber-security, the scope of the challenge, and implications for businesses operating in the U.S. and Asia.
Lecture / Hong Kong
Peter T. Grauer discusses strategies for preserving the attributes of a small company during dramatic growth and global expansion.
Discussion / Northern California
New voices in the U.S. immigration debate examine this complex and timely subject.
Discussion / Hong Kong
Five Hong Kong artists will discuss how their ideas can often originate from, but at the same time break away from, traditions.
Discussion / New York
Several generations of Financial Times correspondents will share their experiences of reporting on the evolution of China’s economy.