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What You Need to Know to Make a Film in China

LOS ANGELES, November 5, 2013 — Janet Yang leads a discussion with Ellen Eliasoph, CEO of Village Roadshow Pictures Asia; My Lucky Star director Dennie Gordon; Jonah Greenberg, an agent with CAA in Beijing; and April Ye, production manager on Skyfall and other hits, as they share insights on what it takes to make a film in China. (1 hr., 2min.)

Summit overview


Lifestyle
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Northern California
Guests at the inaugural "Country Spotlight" were treated to South Korean food, cooking demonstrations, and an operatic performance.
Policy
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Washington DC
Two seasoned diplomats discuss regional security in Asia.
Current Affairs
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New York
The architect of Iranian foreign policy engages in conversation with Charlie Rose at Asia Society New York.
Business
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New York
Rana Foroohar explains how the growing clout of Silicon Valley's largest firms crowds out small and medium-sized companies.
Business
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New York
The world's central bankers provide an answer.
Current Affairs
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New York
The global business editor of the Financial Times discusses economic trends in Asia, Europe, and the United States.
Policy
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New York
Evan Medeiros says time is running out for China to avoid the "middle-income trap."
Policy
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New York
A sneak preview of an Asia Society Policy Institute-Rhodium Group interactive "online dashboard" that tracks China's economic reform program.
Current Affairs
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New York
Political activist Gloria Steinem explains why the women's equality movement should be a priority for all.
Current Affairs
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New York
Feminist activists, historians, and writers Gloria Steinem, Ellen Dubois, and Ruchira Gupta discuss the legacy of Indian freedom fighter Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay.
Policy
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Hong Kong
South China Morning Post CEO Gary Liu talks about the digital transformation and innovative culture that shapes the future of media companies.
Arts
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New York
Burmese artist Htein Lin helps former political prisoners heal from their experience through an art project called ‘A Show of Hands.’