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Upcoming Events

Discussion / India
Join us for a conversation around Duncan Clark’s book Alibaba: The House That Jack Ma Built.
Discussion / Switzerland
A discussion with the Vice President of the Asia Society Policy Wendy Cutler and Associated Professor at the University of Zurich Patrick Ziltener.
Discussion / Hong Kong
Paul Clark discusses the Cultural Revolution in the broader context of China’s 20th century transformations.
Discussion / New York
As President-elect Donald Trump begins to choose key appointees for his administration, it is worth taking stock of the implications of an arguably changing America for Chinese all over the world.
AsiaStore Event / New York
Inspired by the exquisite beauty of Thai silk, Richard embraces centuries old hand spun, hand woven techniques.
Briefing / Australia
The Australian High Commissioner to India will brief Asia Society members and guests on why India's development is critically important for Australia. Hosted in partnership with Tata Consultancy Services.
Panel Discussion / Texas
Local experts who were on the ground in Japan in 2011 will address economic realities on natural disasters and share how communities can better prepare for the eventuality of these tragedies.
Special Event / Hong Kong
A special event that screens the works produced by the 13 workshop participants who have taken part in a workshop with Magnum Photographer Raghu Rai.
Discussion / Hong Kong
Magnum Photographer Raghu Rai talks about the life and essence of his works.
Workshop / Online
Asia Society’s 7th annual benchmarking study takes a close look at where Asian Pacific American leaders are on the corporate leadership ladder at Fortune 500 and other large companies.
Special Event / New York
Join us for an in-depth discussion on the latest Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) results with Andreas Schleicher, Director for Education and Skills at OECD, and other experts.
Film / Hong Kong
The film embodies what it is like living in Afghanistan and tells the story of the Afghan Girl, who is unaware of her fame and family.