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China's Quest to Grow by Tapping Resources Abroad (Complete)

HOUSTON, April 8, 2014 — China expert and CV Star fellow Elizabeth Economy speaks to local business and community leaders at an Asia Society Texas Center luncheon about her new book, By All Means Necessary: How China’s Resource Quest is Changing the World. (54 min., 48 sec.)


Texas
Jeb Brugmann continued the ConocoPhillips Environmental Lecture Series with a discussion on what can be done to make India's cities work.
Lifestyle
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New York
The designer recounts his personal story, from being born in Taiwan 30 years ago to designing two inaugural gowns for U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama.
Lifestyle
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New York
Asia Society's Celebration of Asia Week benefit gala draws big names in fashion, arts and business to The Pierre in New York City.
Lifestyle
The celebrated designer shares thoughts on his career and aesthetic and what it was like to create two gowns for Michelle Obama.
Arts
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New York
Museum directors and curators foresee more reciprocal relationships between U.S. and Asian museums in the years ahead.
Arts
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New York
A distinguished panel of museum directors and curators discuss collaboration between U.S. and Asian museums.
Arts
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New York
Inside the world of China's 17th-c. scholar-painters.
Policy
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Texas
In a joint appearance at Asia Society Texas Center, two former U.S. Secretaries of State assess current and future foreign policy challenges for the United States.
Policy
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New York
Panelists consider lessons and suggestions for resolving South China Sea territorial disputes.
Policy
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New York
Panelists assess how ASEAN's neutral stance on South China Sea disputes plays out regionally.
Policy
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New York
Highlights from Asia Society's two-day South China Sea conference.
Policy
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New York
Panelists explore the role of international law and governance in South China Sea disputes.