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Apr 06 2014 - Apr 12 2014

Discussion / New York
Join Asia Society as we welcome General John Allen with Martha Raddatz of ABC News in discussion on Afghanistan's security post-U.S. withdrawal.
Conference
Former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger will join us for a conversation about strategic trends in U.S.-Asia relations. Panel discussions featuring policy and business leaders from Asia and the United States will follow.
Meet the Author / Texas
Elizabeth Economy delivers a sweeping account of where China's pursuit of raw materials may take the country—and the world.
Lecture / Hong Kong
Chen Shen will give a brief introduction to the ROM’s jade collection and the early acquisition of Wu’s jades.
Discussion / Hong Kong
What can America do to turn its own economic fate around and position itself for a healthy economic and political relationship with China?
Discussion / India
Join our speakers Monique Villa, Sidharth Bhatia, and Hartosh Singh Bal as they discuss the topic of censorship.
Discussion / Hong Kong
Scholars will discuss their opinions about the latent meditative nature of Caravaggio’s mature works.
Meet the Author / Texas
Mr. Ghosh explores Guangzhou as an Indian trader might have seen it in the 19th century.
Conference / New York
A symposium on Korean music, featuring scholars and ethnomusicologists, precedes two evenings of performance.
Performance / New York
Sanjo — Korean improvisational instrumental music — features stark and haunting “scattered melodies,” which employ a gradually increased tempo, elastic rhythms, and intense snaps of power.
Discussion / Texas
Explore Yoshio Taniguchi's first free-standing structure in the United States.
Film / Hong Kong
The film centers on an imagined love triangle between Caravaggio, his friend and model Ranuccio, and Ranuccio’s low-life partner Lena.