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Arundhati Roy: They Have the Right to Choose

Arguing for Kashmiri self-determination, author and activist Arundhati Roy says the conflict there underlies South Asia's wider tensions. more

An 'Out of the Box' Proposal for China, Taiwan and the US

Should the U.S. cut Taiwan loose in exchange for China's forgiving $1 trillion in American debt? Simon Tay reflects. more

Tay on America's Role in Asia and the World

Asia Society's latest Task Force Report calls on the U.S. to renew and deepen its engagement with East Asia. more

Task Force Report: US-East Asia Relations

Asia Society's latest Task Force Report calls on the U.S. to renew and deepen its engagement with East Asia. more

Chindia Dialogues: The Chindia Readings (Complete)

Authors Ha Jin, Meena Kandasamy, Amitava Kumar, Sharmistha Mohanty, Allan Sealy, Yu Hua, Su Tong, and Xu Xiabon read from their work. more

Chindia Dialogues: The Artist as Citizen of the World (Complete)

Amit Chaudhuri, Tan Chung and Sharmistha Mohanty discuss visionary aspects of Tagore's worldview with Christopher Lydon. more

Chindia Dialogues: Seeing Double (Complete)

Andrea Lingenfelter with Indian and Chinese writers Ha Jin, Su Tong, Xu Xiabon and Meena Kandasamy on assimilating the past and moving beyond it. more

Chindia Dialogues: Defying the Cartographer (Complete)

Writers Siddhartha Deb, Zha Jianying, Yu Hua and Amitava Kumar speak about coming closer to a shared fate as India and China contend with common issues. more

Murong Xuecun: A Very Sad Creativity

In China, constantly changing standards mean off-limits speech is a moving target. more

Murong Xuecun: Internet Literature in China

In China, says writer Murong Xuecun, tens of thousands of new literary works are published online each day. more