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Asia Society Texas Center’s fifth year of ExploreAsia camps explored social issues in Asia, art and cultures of East Asia, Japanese manga (comics), art of the South Pacific, and dances of India and China.
Attendees gained a unique insider’s point of view on trade deals and the back channels of diplomatic negotiation.
A diverse group of 49 students participated in the 2017 Young Leaders Institute, which explored topics about China and India.
Featuring more than 100 outstanding works of art, Wondrous Worlds: Art & Islam through Time & Place will showcase the long history, vast geographic expanse, and amazing diversity of works of art in the Islamic world.
Tibetan Monks will construct a sand mandala at Asia Society from August 10-13.
Asia Society hosted a dialogue on U.S.-Korea relations with representatives of past South Korean presidential administrations.
ASPI's Wendy Cutler discussed how the U.S. can continue meaningful economic engagement with its Asia-Pacific partners.
Over 2,400 guests attended the annual festival to watch community performances, shop local vendors, feast on fusion food, and take part in creative activities.
Contemporary artist Sangram Majumdar discussed his approach to painting and how early European art, architecture, and Indian classical paintings have influenced his works.
Audiences were able to see some rare artistry at work during last week’s sold-out performances of "Shank’s Mare" at Asia Society Texas Center.

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