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AsiaSociety.org articles, op-eds, videos and blog posts on China.

Shanghai's “Four Traditionals” and “Eight Moderns” which the U.S. education system could adapt.
China’s opera craze is big news for New York or Chicago or San Francisco as much as Beijing and Shanghai.
One of China's first-generation opera singers describes her transition from performing in a propaganda troupe to becoming a trained singer of Western opera.
Soprano Ying Huang, baritone Yunpeng Wang, and pianist Siyi Fang join music critic Ken Smith for a lively look at China's growing presence on the international opera stage.
NPR's Louisa Lim offers insiders' accounts of this seminal tragedy, revealing reverberations still felt today.
Abigail Washburn sings and strums her way through a multimedia presentation of her musical collaborations with China and her love for American and Chinese folk music traditions.
Panelists at Asia Society's 2014 National Chinese Language Conference discuss the challenges of recreating an unfamiliar culture in English.
Dynamic American youth speak about their variety of immersive educational experiences in China.
Jonathan Landreth, Kenneth Lin, and Janet Yang discuss how filmed entertainment can be a tool for cross-cultural understanding.
Abigail Washburn puts the history of the banjo in America to song at Asia Society's seventh annual National Chinese Language Conference.