In the far mountains of Ningxia province, Muslim elder Ma Zishan mourns his deceased wife. His son wants to sacrifice the family’s only bull in memory of his mother, yet Zishan’s sorrow and his love for the old animal leave him unsure.
John Pomfret will discuss his new book on how the United States and China have been dramatically intertwined since 1776, and what it means going forward, in conversation with Elizabeth Economy and Orville Schell.
Tianyu is a blind boy whose mother believes his only chance for a future is to become a champion disabled ping-pong player. Tianyu has other ideas – envisioning a much wider world than his mother understands.
Learn about the growing recognition being given to Zao Wou-ki and other East Asian diasporic artists for their vital and previously underestimated contribution to the international abstraction movement during the mid-twentieth century.
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