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Author Rafe Bartholomew discusses his new book on basketball mania in the Philippines. (Video from Penguin USA, 2 min., 44 sec.)
Pacific Rims: Interview with Author Rafe Bartholomew
Author Rafe Bartholomew talks about the Philippines' unlikely love affair with basketball, the subject of his new book. more
Guests at Asia Society's APA Heritage Month Kick-Off Party, April 27, 2010. (Suzanna Finley)
APA Heritage Month Haiku Contest
We have a winner! But keep your haikus coming, and let us know why being Asian American rocks. more
Dr. Irwin King addresses the Asia Society Hong Kong Center on March 11, 2010. (Asia Society Hong Kong Center)
Has Social Networking Made Us Anti-Social?
The potential of social networking amazes, yet also unnerves, says one Hong Kong computer scientist. more
Dr. Irwin King addresses the Asia Society Hong Kong Center on March 11, 2010. (Asia Society Hong Kong Center)

Has Social Networking Made Us Anti-Social?

The potential of social networking amazes, yet also unnerves, says one Hong Kong computer scientist. more
The Meaning of Tea follows the tea-drinking traditions of eight nations. (Tea Dragon Films)
Discuss: Are Tea Rituals Still Relevant Today?
Share your thoughts: What role does tea have in your life? more
Still from Derek Shimoda's documentary The Killing of a Chinese Cookie.
The Killing of a Fortune Cookie
A screening and Q&A with director Derek Shimoda about the cookie’s rise to a pop culture phenomenon. more
Still from Derek Shimoda's documentary The Killing of a Chinese Cookie.

The Killing of a Fortune Cookie

A screening and Q&A with director Derek Shimoda about the cookie’s rise to a pop culture phenomenon. more
Buddha Snow Globe, $40.00
Treasures of the Season at AsiaStore
Celebrate the holidays with unique gifts from AsiaStore's collections of jewelry, textiles, and home accents by Asian and Asian American artisans and designers. more
Matthew Niederhauser with his photo exhibition in Washington, DC on Nov. 9, 2009. (Aditya Banerjee/Asia Society Washington)
Individualism in the Beijing Underground
A photography exhibition reveals how those in Beijing’s indie music scene feel at odds with modern Chinese society. more
Chef Cristeta 'Cris' Comerford prepares a meal inside the White House kitchen July 17, 2002. In 2005, Comerford was named White House Executive Chef and the first woman to serve in the job. (Tina Hager/White House via Getty Images)

Cris Comerford is Filipino and Proud

An interview with the first woman and first minority executive chef of the White House. more