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27 June
Johnny Mok and Ronnie Chan discuss prospects for Hong Kong's 2017 elections for chief executive and why its government may be “more perfect” than Western democracies.
19 June
A new generation of singers and composers is taking China's presence on international opera stages far beyond "Turandot."
16 May
Song, dance, percussion, and a didgeridoo combine to create a spell in Asia Society's auditorium.
5 May
Okwui Enwezor, Rirkrit Tiravanija, and Melissa Chiu examine current trends in international contemporary art.
30 April
A new multimedia work from Lebanon envisions a Facebook feed as a storytelling device.
23 April
The composer and musician brought her distinctive brand of sound art to Asia Society to commemorate the release of her new album.
12 April
Photos and video highlights from two concerts dedicated to traditional Korean music.
8 March
Japanese-born, Brooklyn-based jazz trumpeter/composer commemorates Blue Note debut on Asia Society stage.
5 March
Gloria Steinem and Ruchira Gupta discuss sex trafficking and the challenges ahead for the women's movement in India.
19 February
Emily Parker's new book posits the Internet as the harbinger of irreversible change in Chinese society.