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

About the Center on U.S-China Relations
The Bernard Schwartz Book Award recognizes nonfiction books that make outstanding contributions to the understanding of contemporary Asia or U.S.-Asia relations.
Soldiers dressed as ushers hold umbrellas at the Great Hall of the People
ASPI works closely with Asia Society’s Center on U.S.-China Relations to expand cooperation among China, the United States, and Asian countries on a range of international issues.
The Jack Wadsworth Fellowship Program serves as the focal point for business-related activities at Asia Society, driving cross-Center business initiatives and providing expertise through various channels.
Sun Yunfan and Leah Thompson use up-to-the-minute technology to document the changes facing a traditional Chinese village in an era of urbanization and globalization.
Untermeyer’s diplomatic experience gave dramatic window to significant events in Asia.
Curtis S. Chin and Monica Whaley offer varying perspectives on the U.S. presence at the fall 2013 APEC summit.
In her remarkable new pop-up book, visual artist Colette Fu re-imagines vibrant ethnic cultures in China's Yunnan Province.
A busy vendor stacks side dishes for hungry customers at an outdoor street market in Shanghai, China on December 1, 2013. (Tahiat Mahboob/ Flickr)
The veteran U.S. liaison to Asia's business community argues that too often, "summits of many kinds, APEC or otherwise, are short on significant, substantive success."