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Why Anti-China Rhetoric Will End (After the Election)

NEW YORK, October 18, 2012 — Former U.S. Institute of Peace president Richard H. Solomon provides a reality check to the U.S. presidential candidates' fiery language on China. (2 min., 36 sec.)


Arts
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New York
An ensemble performs dynamic Philippine music.
Arts
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New York
A special performance celebrates the majesty of Philippine song.
Arts
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India
A conversation between Ajay Nair, Mike Farah, Brad Jenkins, Chris Bruss, and Radhika Vaz.
Arts
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New York
Artist Yoon Tae-ho discusses the culture of webtoon — comic strips made for the web — in Korea, and his work Moss with Goran Topalovic, Executive Director of New York Asian Film Festival.
Arts
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Hong Kong
A conversation on Tan Dun's new work Nu Shu: The Secret Songs of Women, with harpist Elizabeth Hainen.
Policy
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India
A discussion about what the country needs to do to become a member of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation.
Current Affairs
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India
Author Raghu Karnad, retired Squadrom Leader Rana T.S Chhina, and journalist James Crabtree discuss India’s forgotten military history and Karnad's book Farthest Field.
Education
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Hong Kong
Educators discussed the mission and concepts behind the Asian University for Women.
Arts
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New York
Discussion following the screening of “The Dossier,” a documentary about the Tibetan activist writer Tsering Woeser.
Arts
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New York
Filmmaker J.P. Sniadecki speaks with Angela Zito of New York University following the screening of his film People’s Park, co-directed with Libbie Dina Cohn. Introductory remarks by Sniadecki and Zito.
Policy
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Hong Kong
Lim Guan Eng, Penang’s fourth Chief Minister, shares his insights on Malaysia’s political scenario.
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.