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8 May
Experts assess how new powers in the developing world are rapidly shifting global dynamics.
7 May
The contemporary novelist says she's attracted to myths and epics "because they are timeless."
4 May
Japanese and American poets, novelists, and essayists explore the challenges and rewards of contemporary literature in translation.
3 May
In honor of Heritage Month, Asia Society New York celebrated with music, drinks, Korean food truck, free gallery tours — and lots of photos.
1 May
As Yangon emerges from years of neglect, its architectural and cultural legacy is at risk.
30 April
A panel of WSJ correspondents describe both the vast transformations China has undergone, and where it still desperately requires change.
24 April
Artist Arnold Chang gave a demonstration of traditional Chinese landscape painting and shared insights into the exhibition, "The Artful Recluse: Painting, Poetry, and Politics in 17th-Century China."
24 April
Myanmar’s sudden reversal of years of diplomatic isolation has left leaders and investors around the world scrambling to adjust to the new status quo.
22 April
The acclaimed historian spoke at Asia Society New York to launch his book "The Return of a King: The Battle for Afghanistan, 1839-42," the final installment of what he calls his "East India Company trilogy."
10 April
Drawing on the stories of girls from Nepal, India and Afghanistan, panelists makes the point that "educating girls should be a no-brainer."