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Worldwide Locations

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South China Sea: Pathways to Peace (Complete)

Scholars and analysts examine ways in which the South China Sea dispute might be disentangled while avoiding a potentially disastrous conflict. more

Artist Q & A with Ramli Ibrahim

Sutra Dance Theater dancer and choregrapher Ramli Ibrahim takes questions from Asia Society's Rachel Cooper and the audience. more

Sutra Dance Theater: 'Krishna: Love Re-Invented'

Malaysia's Sutra Dance Theater presents "Krishna: Love Re-Invented," which retells the love between Krishna and Radha, on the Asia Society stage. more

An Evening with Writers from Myanmar (Complete)

Writers Ma Thida, Nay Phone Latt, and Khin Mya Zin join moderator D.W. Gibson for a discussion of literature, the role of the writer, and freedom of expression at a time of rapid change in Myanmar. more

Q & A with 'One Child' Director Mu Zijian

Filmmaker Mu Zijian speaks about his documentary "One Child," a wrenching look at the after-effects of the 2009 earthquake in his native Sichuan. more

In Concert: Tri Minh's Quartet, with Vanessa Vo (Complete)

An ensemble from Hanoi combines electronica, acoustic instruments, and traditional Vietnamese techniques in a set of collaborative and improvised works. more

Nam June Paik: Video Across Media

Asia Society Film Curator La Frances Hui and Gregory Zinman discuss Paik's career-long interest in expanding video's material and conceptual properties and its horizons as an art form. more

Hong Kong: 'The Society Needs to Go On as a Whole'

"We know that Hong Kong is dying, but we want to die in dignity," argues Johns Hopkins professor Ho-Fung Hung. more

Asian Contemporary Art Week 2014: Keynote by Tom Finkelpearl

Tom Finkelpearl discusses the idea of "Asian-ness," globalization vs. multiculturalism, and other issues he addressed in his 12-year tenure as Executive Director at the Queens Museum of Art. more

Hong Kong: Still One Country, Two Systems? (Complete)

As the mass demonstrations in Hong Kong extend into a second month, scholars and journalists examine the root causes of the protests and assess what's ahead for Hong Kong. more