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Apr 09 2017 - Apr 15 2017

Panel Discussion / Hong Kong
An evening discussion of China's household registration system and its effects on migrant workers.
Workshop / Northern California
Asian American affinity groups join to network and discuss challenges and opportunities.
Special Event / New York
A conversation with Josette Sheeran and General David H. Petraeus on his remarkable journey as a top American military commander, CIA director, and global business leader.
Panel Discussion / Texas
Join Asia Society for a discussion on inclusive growth, investment opportunities, and the short-term economic outlook in India.
Panel Discussion / Hong Kong
An evening panel discussion on the the impact of digital advancement on the culture sector, featuring the report launch of “A NEW AGE OF CULTURE: The Digitization of Arts and Heritage."
Meet the Author / New York
At a moment when observers of contemporary China devote their attention to the country’s fast-changing economy and politics, Ian Johnson has spent much of the past decade immersing himself in China’s massive spiritual revival.
Discussion / Online
Join the Center for Global Education weekly on Thursdays for a Twitter chat on global education topics. This week's chat is led by special guest Daniel Hatcher on the topic, "Health and Wellness."
Performance / Texas
Using traditional kuruma ningyo puppetry, video projection, and live music, 'Shank's Mare' tells the story of two wandering travelers whose paths intersect in time and space.
Workshop / Texas
Join visiting puppetry artists Tom Lee and Koryu Nishikawa V (co-creators of Shank’s Mare at Asia Society Texas Center), for a special workshop exploring Japanese traditional puppetry.
Performance / Texas
Using traditional kuruma ninyo puppetry, video projection, and live music, 'Shank's Mare' tells the story of two wandering travelers whose paths intersect in time and space.
Family Activity / Texas
Embroidery, needlework, and metalwork have a long history in southeast Asia. Learn about some of the techniques used in these traditional arts and create simple embroidery patterns and metal embossings.