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Arts
NEW YORK, April 8, 2009 - Samuel Morse of Amherst College discusses the Japanese elements of the Asia Society's Rockefeller Collection in a lecture honoring the art historian and collector Sherman E.
Arts
Video Excerpt: Samuel Morse describes Sherman Lee and John D. Rockefeller 3rd's shared belief in art as a tool for cultural diplomacy. (1 min., 37 sec.)
Arts
NEW YORK, April 6, 2009 - Business Writers Series with Pallavi Aiyar, author of Smoke and Mirrors: An Experience of China. (1 hr., 19 sec.)
Arts
Video Excerpt: Author Pallavi Aiyar discusses Indians' growing awareness of China, and the growing Indian community in Beijing, at the Asia Society, April 6, 2009. (2 min., 22 sec.)
Policy
NEW YORK, April 2, 2009 - Panel discusses Asia Society's new Task Force report, which recommends a new strategy in the US administration's efforts in stabilizing Afghanistan-Pakistan.
Policy
Video Excerpt: Lord Paddy Ashdown stresses the "grave consequences of failure in Afghanistan" during a discussion at the Asia Society, April 2, 2009. (3 min., 9 sec.)
Business
NEW YORK, April 1, 2009 - Donald Emmerson, Ellen Frost, John Ciorciari, and Donald Weatherbee debate the potential impact of the economic crisis on Southeast Asi
Business
Video Excerpt: Raising the legacy of colonialism, Ellen Frost notes the ASEAN countries' desire to protect themselves from outside intervention and globalization (2 min., 13 sec.).
Policy
Video Excerpt: Maya Soetoro-Ng, Steven Chu and Konrad Ng speak at the Asia Society Presidential Inaugural Reception in Washington. (3 min., 18 sec.)
Lifestyle
NEW YORK, Dec. 1, 2008 - Cynthia Sin-yi Cheng, Chris Johnson, Litty Mathew, and Nobu Otsu dish about alcoholic beverages with various Asian cuisines.
Lifestyle
Video Excerpt: Sake master Chris Johnson discusses the different types of sake, and how to choose the right one for a meal, with Saveur Editor-in-Chief James Oseland at the Asia Society,
Business
NEW YORK, March 31, 2009 - Business consultant and writer Kaihan Krippendorff explains the relevance of traditional Asian approaches to innovation in today's corporate world. (1 hr., 18 min.)