Worldwide Locations

Worldwide Locations

New York

India Prospective 2014 (Complete)

Asia Society, KPMG LLP, and the U.S.-India Business Council host a panel discussion parsing the economic impact of India's new budget plan. more

Actor Q&A: Moon So-Ri on 'Manshin: Ten Thousand Spirits'

Asia Society Film Curator La Frances Hui talks to actress Moon So-Ri about her new film 'Manshin: Ten Thousand Spirits,' a mystical journey into the psyche of Korea through the shaman Kim Keum-hwa. more
Waking the Green Tiger: Documentaries from the Front Lines of China's Environmental Crisis
August 18-27: Film series explores China's environmental crisis and the people working on its front lines. more

'The Hong Kong Way ... is Perhaps the Most Optimal'

Ronnie Chan and Johnny Mok defend the current Hong Kong electoral process and what Chan calls the "father-son" relationship between China and Hong Kong. more

Hong Kong's Future: Autonomy and the Road to 2017 (Complete)

Ronnie Chan, Johnny Mok, and Tom Nagorski discuss the process by which Hong Kong's Chief Executive will be selected in 2017, and issues related to that decision. more

Arianna Huffington: So-Called Experts and 'The End of Memory'

Arianna Huffington denounces the advocates for the Iraq war who have recently resurfaced in the U.S. media in response to the latest turmoil in that country. more

Shiva Ahmadi: On Creating 'Lotus'

Artist Shiva Ahmadi speaks about the political undertones behind her animation "Lotus," and how it relates to two Buddhas in Asia Society Museum's collection. more

President's Forum with Arianna Huffington (Complete)

The president and editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post Media Group discusses leadership and media in the 21st century, and offers personal insights into success and well-being. more

Bremmer: 'Asia Actually Looks Pretty Good'

Ian Bremmer cautions that "the best thing" the U.S. can do to improve its relationship with Asia is make sure its economy is doing well. more

Bremmer: American Foreign Policy Becoming 'More Chinese'

Ian Bremmer explains how, contrary to popular opinion, American foreign policy is becoming "more Chinese" rather than "more European." more