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Pacific Cities Sustainability Initiative

Insights from the Pacific Cities Sustainability Initiative Forum 2013, held in Hong Kong in February 2013 and centered on the theme "Tomorrow's City Today." (6 min., 9 sec.)

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Arts
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New York
Discussion following the screening of Wolf Totem with film director Jean-Jacques Annaud moderated by Asia Society Film Curator La Frances Hui beginning with Annaud’s introductory remarks.
Policy
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India
Christophe Jaffrelot and Jayant Prasad look back at Pakistan’s history, seven decades after partition, in a discussion moderated by Meena Menon at the Nehru Centre’s Hall of Culture in Mumbai.
Current Affairs
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Korea
Panelists discuss recent events in the region.
Current Affairs
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India
How might the media be used as a powerful tool to inspire social transformation?
Current Affairs
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India
Nisid Hajari, Shekhar Gupta and Kumar Ketkar discuss the legacy of partition and its impact today.
Current Affairs
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Online
The India Pakistan Peace Rickshaw project fosters better understanding between the two nations through traveling rickshaws in Karachi decorated with messages of peace and friendship.
Arts
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New York
'My Voice, My Life' director Ruby Yang shares the story behind her film.
Policy
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New York
Iran's nuclear deal suggests an aging "generation of radicals" is losing ground to young moderates, says journalist Robin Wright.
Policy
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New York
Amb. Frank Wisner, Karim Sadjadpour, Robin Wright, and Kevin Rudd discuss the Iran nuclear deal and what it means for the U.S.-Iran relationship and the future of regional relations.
Arts
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Hong Kong
Dr. Miwako Tezuka deciphers the mysterious dimension of "kawaii" that makes us all love Yoshitomo Nara's art.
Arts
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New York
Watch a special preview of the upcoming Asia Society season celebrating the exhibition 'Philippine Gold: Treasures of Forgotten Kingdoms.'
Policy
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New York
India is anxious to join the Asian-Pacific Economic Cooperation, but experts say some countries, including the U.S., worry it could drag down the process of trade liberalization within the organization.