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Filmmaker Q & A: 'The Road to Fame'

NEW YORK, May 22, 2014 — Asia Society Film Curator La Frances Hui talks to Hao Wu, director of the documentary The Road to Fame, and Broadway musical director Jasper Grant, who appears in the film. The Road to Fame traces, over a period of eight months, the staging of the American musical Fame — China's first official collaboration with Broadway — by the senior class of Beijing's Central Academy of Drama. (39 min., 9 sec.)


Business
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New York
Larry Summers discusses the economy, globalization, and the impact of President Obama's re-election on the the global economy and explores the possibilities for the future with CNBC contributor Karen Finerman.
Policy
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New York
Ambassador Stephen Rapp and NYU Law Professor Philip Alston discuss enablement and accountability to champion human rights in Asia and the rest of the world.
Policy
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New York
Stephen J. Rapp, Philip G. Alston and Warren Hoge explore the lessons learned in the aftermath of civil strife in Asian countries.
Arts
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New York
Highlights: Hamid Dabashi talks on Persian traditions.
Arts
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New York
Hamid Dabashi on his new book, which ranges across 1400 years of Persian literary culture.
Arts
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New York
Novelist discusses her representations of ordinary women and defends Nobel Prize-winner Mo Yan.
Arts
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New York
Novelist Sheng Keyi talks creativity and censorship with China File editor Susan Jakes.
Lifestyle
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India
"Comedy is truth," the Delhi Belly star tells an audience at Bungalow 8 in Mumbai.
Education
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New York
How education can or should prepare students for global challenges and opportunities.
Policy
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New York
NEW YORK, November 15, 2012 — Asia Society's Suzanne DiMaggio says Beijing will closely monitor Barack Obama's Asia trip to get a sense of how much the U.S. hopes to increase its influence in the region.
Policy
Carl Minzner traces the development of legal reform in China from the early 2000s to the present day.
Policy
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New York
Yale historian reflects on the tendency of nearly every Chinese leader to put his mark on the period of his rule.