Video Gallery

 /  New York

I.M. Pei Visits Asia Society Museum's New Exhibition

NEW YORK, September 8, 2016 — Asia Society Museum recently welcomed the renowned architect I.M. Pei to view No Limits: Zao Wou-Ki, the first-ever U.S. retrospective on the work of the painter, who was a friend and collaborator of Pei's. In this video, watch Pei wander through the exhibition that The New York Times has called  “beautiful” and “intriguing.”

No Limits: Zao Wou-Ki is on view from September 9, 2016, to January 8, 2017, at Asia Society Museum. The exhibition is co-organized by Asia Society and the Colby College Museum of Art and will be on view at Colby from February 4 to June 4, 2017. (38 seconds)

Learn more about Asia Society Museum's Fall 2016 exhibition No Limits: Zao Wou-Ki.

 /  New York
Jonathan Woetzel shares findings from The McKinsey Global Institute’s new report ’China’s Digital Economy’ and participates in a panel discussion.
Human rights activist Ima Abdulrahim talks about democracy in Indonesia at Asia Society Washington, DC.
Current Affairs
 /  New York
What mobile payments and demonetization tell us about the Indian and Chinese economies
Current Affairs
 /  New York
The Morgan Stanley head of emerging markets discusses key economic trends in China, India, and elsewhere.
A special spotlight conversation discussing Donald Tang's career trajectory in the film industry during the 2017 U.S.-China Film Summit.
Hollywood's biggest players discuss the ways they have had to fine-tune their approach to the China market during this conversation from the 2017 U.S.-China Film Summit.
Bona Film Group's Yu Dong speaks during his honoree spotlight discussion at the 2017 U.S.-China Film Summit.
A spotlight conversation from the 2017 U.S.-China Film Summit on how to make innovative connections.
A discussion from the 2017 U.S.-China Film Summit on the rise of digital platforms and how it has changed the landscape of content creation.
How has China's market for international collaborations changed? Miao Xiaotian discusses in this special spotlight conversation from the 2017 U.S.-China Film Summit.
Panelists discuss the growing interest in independent filmmaking in China at the 2017 U.S.-China Film Summit.