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Photo of the Day: Monks and Smartphones in Cambodia

Buddhist monks catch up with the world on their smartphones in Siem Reap, Cambodia on May 1, 2015. (Arileu/Flickr)
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Buddhist monks catch up with the world on their smartphones in Siem Reap, Cambodia on May 1, 2015. (Arileu/Flickr)

Multimedia: Elementary Students Dubbed 'Brilliant Young Artists' for Nam June Paik-Inspired Exhibition

Student artists pose in the gallery in front of <i>4-2 D-2</i>. (Elsa Ruiz)
Arts

A months-long project culminated on Thursday when children from four New York public schools saw their own work on the walls and the gallery floors of a major cultural institution.

Photo of the Day: Colorful Stained Glass in Iran

Sunshine lights up an intricate multi-colored stained glass window in Iran on April 29, 2015. (Luca Cerabona/Flickr)
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Sunshine lights up an intricate multi-colored stained glass window in Iran on April 29, 2015. (Luca Cerabona/Flickr)

Video: Experts Debate Mao's Legacy in China Today

Andrew G. Walder, Roderick MacFarquhar, Susan Shirk, and Orville Schell at a May 22 Asia Society panel (Asia Society)
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Author Andrew G. Walder joined Roderick MacFarquhar, Susan Shirk, and Orville Schell for a discussion on his new book 'China Under Mao: A Revolution Derailed' and on the ways in which Mao's thinking is still ‎embedded in China's world view.

Weekly Rewind: Stand-Up Comedy in China, The World's Biggest Temple, and the 'Forgotten' Kingdom of Sikkim

Mount Kangchenjunga is seen from Pelling in India's Sikkim state on December 19, 2013. (Diptendu Dutta /AFP/Getty Images)
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Our latest Weekly Rewind, featuring some of the best Asia-related content from the past seven days that you may have missed.

Interview: Writer Tao Lin on 'Remaining a Stranger' Wherever He Goes

Author Tao Lin poses in front of the produce section at New York City grocery store. (Tao Lin)
Arts

Controversial author discusses visiting Taiwan, plans for his next novel, and drawing mandalas while stoned in his room.

Book Excerpt: 'Superpower: Three Choices for America's Role in the World' by Ian Bremmer

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"America will remain the world’s only superpower for the foreseeable future. But what sort of superpower should it be?" asks Eurasia Group President Ian Bremmer in his new book.

Interview: CNBC's Melissa Lee on Reporting from China and Taking It 'One Show at a Time'

Anchor Melissa Lee on the set of CNBC’s Fast Money. (CNBC)
Business

Fast Money anchor Melissa Lee discusses her childhood in Long Island, how an early career in consulting prepared her for journalism, and her experiences reporting from China.

#TBT: George W. Bush Celebrates Asia Society's 50th Anniversary in 2006

George W. Bush meets Asia Society President Vishakha Desai in 2006. (Paul Morse/White House)
Current Affairs

Each week, we'll reach into Asia Society's archives to find a photo from the organization's nearly 60-year history. This week: George W. Bush's 2006 visit.

Photo of the Day: Lush Paddy Fields in Indonesia

A farmer works in lush paddy fields in Bali, Indonesia on April 30, 2015. (Fazia/Flickr)
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A farmer works in lush paddy fields in Bali, Indonesia on April 30, 2015. (Fazia/Flickr)