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Shen Wei on Using Nature in His Work

In this clip, the acclaimed choreographer and painter Shen Wei discusses how he incorporates nature into his work. more

The Taiwan Vote: A New Direction (Complete)

In a conversation moderated by Orville Schell, a distinguished panel discusses the consequences of Taiwan's recent elections. more

Shen Wei: Dance Strokes (Complete)

Choreographer, dancer, and visual artist Shen Wei discussed the relationship with painting and dance at Asia Society. more

The Sounds of Rez Abbasi

In this clip, Pakistani-born guitarist and composer Rez Abbasi demonstrates his signature blend of South Asian and jazz music and discusses how he developed his unique style. more

Shanghai/New York: Future Histories 2: Xi Ban & Pi Huang Club (Complete)

Chinese artists Xi Band and Pi Huang Club perform live alongside a screening of the film Sever. more

'Bad Writing' on China Only Looks at the 'Extremes'

Peter Hessler, former China correspondent for The New Yorker, explains why bad writing on China continues to be published. more

ChinaFile Presents: The New Yorker on China (Complete)

Five former China correspondents from the New Yorker discuss their experiences covering the country for the magazine. more

China, the U.S., and the 2016 Vote (Complete)

Howard Fineman, Rana Foroohar, Orville Schell and Jonathan Tepperman discuss the impact of China on the 2016 U.S. presidential election. more

Director Q&A: Director Isabel Sandoval on Apparition

Director Isabel Sandoval discusses her film about a Philippine convent during the Marcos era. more

Wendy Cutler: RCEP and TPP Aren't Competing

Wendy Cutler discusses how she sees both the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) as a continuum of trade liberalization. more