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Asia 21: Upholding the Value of Public Service

HONG KONG, December 3, 2015 — Former member of the Singapore Parliament, Penny Low talks to Jamie Choi, Global Campaign Leader for Food, Agriculture and Ecological Farming at Greenpeace International about the relevance and necessity of public service during the 10th anniversary summit of the Asia 21 Young Leaders Initiative. (30 min., 17 sec.)

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Arts
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New York
City experts discuss how the availability of creative spaces improves urban life.
Policy
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New York
Former high-ranking North Korean official Ri Jong Ho says North Korea's leader had some strong words for China's president at an internal meeting.
Policy
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New York
Ri Jong Ho, a prominent North Korean defector, provides insight about Kim Jong Un's view of the world.
Current Affairs
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New York
Writer and college instructor Michael Meyer explores why fewer university students seem interested in moving to Asia in comparison to 20 years ago.
Current Affairs
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New York
The veteran China writer discusses his new book with the New Yorker's Jiayang Fan.
Policy
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Washington DC
Rhodium Group founding partner Dan Rosen explains why the China Economic Dashboard is so valuable.
Policy
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New York
Kishore Mahbubani argues that the engagement by ASEAN was crucial in facilitating Myanmar's move from military to civilian rule.
Policy
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New York
Kishore Mahbubani and Daniel Russel discuss the U.S. relationship with Southeast Asia.
Policy
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Washington DC
Asia Society convenes experts to discuss the launch of a tracker on China's economic reforms.
Arts
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New York
Uli Sigg participates in a discussion about his famous collection of Chinese art.
Arts
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Hong Kong
Art historian Michael Henss traces Marco Polo's journey from Italy to the Far East.
Current Affairs
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Hong Kong
Gary Liu, chief executive officer of the South China Morning Post, discussed the digital transformation of the news industry and how social media networks change