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Now editor-in-chief at one of Myanmar’s top media properties, former hijacker Soe Myint reflects on his country’s journey, and his own, with Asia Society’s Tom Nagorski.
Blog Post
Guest Curator Donald M. Stadtner shares his insights into a sandstone sculpture depicting the Buddha's entry into the world.
Blog Post
The story of how Asia Society's behind-the-scenes policy engagement early in Myanmar's reforms led to a historic art exhibition.
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Arts
Sylvia Fraser-Lu, guest curator for Asia Society Museum's exhibition "Buddhist Art of Myanmar," discusses a wood sculpture of a serene female figure and her role in local Buddhist lore.
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Arts
Donald Stadtner, a guest curator of "Buddhist Art of Myanmar," shares insights into a late-12th-century sandstone sculpture depicting the Buddha's semi-divine origin.
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Arts
Asia Society's Adriana Proser explains the significance, for Buddhists, of a 19th-c. bronze bell featured in the exhibition "Buddhist Art of Myanmar."
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March 6-13. Myanmar-born and Taiwan-based film director Midi Z has developed a signature style for his authentic portraits of people struggling on the margins of Myanmar society.
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Arts
U Tin Maung's second son recalls his father's unparalleled dedication to dance, and how lucky he was to be his son.
Blog Post
The 11th-century stone Buddha is just one of many treasures leaving Myanmar for the first time for Asia Society Museum's landmark exhibition 'Buddhist Art of Myanmar,' opening Feb. 10 in New York.
Blog Post
Writing for the New York Times, the Director of Asia Society's Center on U.S.-China Relations reflects on his recent trip to Myanmar's northern Putao region.
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Arts
U Tin Maung's second daughter discusses his immense talent and how she first studied dance.
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“Asia Society, which has been deeply engaged with Myanmar on both policy issues and in arts and culture, is thrilled to present Myanmar’s Moment, a focused season of programming on Myanmar,” Josette Sheeran said.