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8 May
Experts assess how new powers in the developing world are rapidly shifting global dynamics.
8 May
The Pratt Institute undergrad talks about the inspiration for her new collection, showing at Asia Society's AsiaStore.
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.
2 May
Original music by the trio set to perform at the Asian Pacific American Heritage Month celebration at Asia Society New York on May 3.
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.