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During the 10th anniversary summit of the Asia 21 Young Leaders Initiative, Scarlett Li, shares the three things needed to succeed as an entrepreneur in China — boldness, curiosity and sensitivity to aesthetics.
Current Affairs
Tudor Clee, Founder of Touchable Earth, describes how his educational app is changing the way children learn about the world during the 10th anniversary summit of the Asia 21 Young Leader's Initiative.
Current Affairs
Arnel Casanova discusses his work in building disaster resilient cities in response to the impacts of climate change in the Philippines during the 10th anniversary summit of the Asia 21 Young Leader's Initiative.
Current Affairs
Five Asia 21 Young Leaders share why Asia 21 is important and what inspires and motivates them to attend the summit every year during the 10th anniversary summit of the Asia 21 Young Leader's Initiative.
Current Affairs
Asia Society Co-Chairman Ronnie C. Chan delivers opening remarks at the 10th anniversary summit of the Asia 21 Young Leaders Initiative.
Current Affairs
Young leaders from across the Asian-Pacific region share their memories from the annual summit and wish the Asia 21 Young Leaders Initiative happy birthday on its 10th anniversary.
Arts
 /  Hong Kong
Nicky Dunne shares his experiences as Chairman of the world’s best little bookshop.
Arts
 /  Hong Kong
Famous potter Takeshi Yasuda discusses Chinese ceramics art in Jingdezhen, a place known for its high quality pottery art in China.
Arts
The assistant chief executive (museums & programs) of the National Heritage Board in Singapore and incoming vice president for global arts and cultural programs and museum director at Asia Society speaks at the Arts & Museum Summit.
Current Affairs
Young leaders from across the Asia-Pacific explain what Asia Society's Asia 21 Young Leaders initiative is and how the network has helped them collaborate with people from all across Asia.
Arts
 /  Hong Kong
Exploring art restitution in Asia.
Arts
 /  Hong Kong
Irina Bokova welcomes attendees to the 2015 Arts & Museum Summit and outlines the global need for action to preserve the world’s tangible and intangible heritage and to stop “cultural cleansing.”