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Chinese Characters with Jeffrey Wasserstrom (Complete)

Author and editor Jeffrey Wasserstrom leads a panel discussing China's fast-changing cultural and social landscape. more
'Lin Tianmiao: Bound Unbound' is on display at Asia Society Museum in New York City through January 27, 2012.

Video: 'Bound Unbound' Traces Chinese Artist Lin Tianmiao's 20-Year Progression

Contemporary Chinese artist Lin Tianmiao draws on personal experience and materials like thread and fabric to create dynamic, large-scale installations. more

Art in China Now with Melissa Chiu (Complete)

NEW YORK, September 13, 2012 — Asia Society Museum Director Melissa Chiu examines the latest trends in the Chinese art scene. more

Melissa Chiu: Evolving Chinese Art

Asia Society's Museum Director traces key trends in Chinese contemporary art. more

Erin Mee: The Intricacies of Kutiyattam

NEW YORK, September 8, 2012 — NYU theater professor Erin Mee discusses the history and structure of the oldest surviving form of Sanskrit theater from Kerala, India called Kutiyattam. more

Kutiyattam: The Abandonment of Sita (Complete)

South Indian group Natanakairali perform The Abandonment of Sita through Kutiyattam, the oldest surviving form of Sanskrit theater from Kerala, India. more

Outgoing Asia Society President Vishakha Desai Says Farewell

On her final day at Asia Society, outgoing president Vishakha Desai looks back on her 22-year tenure with the organization. more

Duvvuri Subbarao: Short-Term Sacrifice for Long-Term Growth

The Governor of the Reserve Bank of India defends his monetary policy and offers his reasons why potential investors should be optimistic about the Indian economy. more
Papermoon Puppet Theatre; Nan Jombang.
Week of Indonesia at Asia Society
The first week of October brings two exciting contemporary Indonesian groups to New York. more

Dan Rather: Advice to President Obama on Afghanistan

The veteran newsman shares his thoughts on Afghanistan, a country he has covered since the late 1970s. more