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Catching Up--Or Leading the Way?

For the United States to retain its comptetive edge in the global economy, should we emulate the strengths of rising world powers' education practices or capitalize on America's own track record? Are the common prescriptions for education reform the right ones? Dr. Yong Zhao shares  insightful perspectives and humorous examples. (01:09:00)

Arts
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New York
Watch: A discussion with playwrights from across the Chinese world.
Business
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New York
Experts assess the latest economic survey and budget submitted by the Indian government.
Arts
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New York
Hamid Rahmanian and Ahmad Sadri unveil their lavish new edition of the Persian epic.
Arts
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Texas
The author participated in a wide-ranging conversation about her newest book.
Arts
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New York
Wendy Murdoch's plans to merge art and technology.
Policy
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India
USAID Administrator Dr. Rajiv Shah gives a talk on development and then discusses related issues with STAR India CEO Uday Shankar and Omidyar Network's Jayant Sinha.
Arts
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New York
A discussion on how technology is transforming art presenting and collecting.
Business
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India
Tata Starbucks CEO describes the partnership between Starbucks and Tata Global Beverages that brought Starbucks to India.
Policy
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New York
Discussing China's addiction to soft power and its potential as a global hard power.
Policy
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New York
China scholar David Shambaugh takes a nuanced look at China's current and future roles in world affairs.
Lifestyle
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Texas
Stephen Klineberg and Claudia Kolker look at the impact and influence of immigrant communities on Houston.
New York
National Geographic photographer Michael Yamashita discusses his work.