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Special Event / New York
A landmark exhibition and a symposium which challenges prevailing stereotypes and assumptions of South Asian identities in the United States today and raises the visibility of South Asian artists
Panel Discussion / Switzerland
Investing $55 billion in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, China is supporting Pakistan in establishing an infrastructure fit for the 21st century. What are the opportunities and challenges of the CPEC?
Lecture / Hong Kong
How are Chinese paintings understood by a range of audience over five centuries? What matters more: change or continuity?
Special Event / India
For the latest edition of our ‘Asia on a Plate’ series we bring you POH, which is opening its doors to the public in the first week of July.
Tour / Texas
Explore Yoshio Taniguchi's first free-standing structure in the United States.
Tour / Texas
Join Asia Society for a docent-led tour of our current exhibitions 'Modern Twist: Contemporary Japanese Bamboo Art' and 'Sangram Majumdar.'
Film / Hong Kong
Red Dot Cinema returns with an eclectic selection of short films, followed by a post-screening conversation with independent filmmakers.
Workshop / Hong Kong
藝術家張康生將會帶領參加者學習有關攝影處理空間的基礎概念,以及構圖對創作過程的影響。
Film / Hong Kong
A unique screening of Kishori Amonkar, the last reigning diva of Hindustani classical music, a mere ten days before her passing.
Texas
The fourth ExploreAsia summer camp session (July 10-14) explores the popularity and evolution of manga in Japan and other countries.
Film / Hong Kong
An eye-opening film screening and conversation that explores the significance of George Chinnery's artworks against the turbulent years of the first Opium War in China.
Discussion / New York
Ronnie Chan, Tammy Tan, and Ben Zhang discuss Hong Kong as it marks the 20th anniversary of its transfer of sovereignty from the United Kingdom to China and the inauguration of its new chief executive, Carrie Lam.