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27 February
"In this kind of music, the audience and the musician should become one," notes the Tehran-based vocalist, composer, and multi-instrumentalist.
2 February
March 6-13. Myanmar-born and Taiwan-based film director Midi Z has developed a signature style for his authentic portraits of people struggling on the margins of Myanmar society.
8 January
February 9 - March 31. Ongoing, twice-a-month screenings of Korean films focusing on father figures
7 November
Malaysia's Sutra Dance Theater enacts the love between Krishna and Radha in a compelling, color-filled performance.
12 October
An instrumental quartet from northwest Pakistan got an Asia Society crowd moving with their update on tradition.
17 September
In pictures: a host of contemporary artists and the Korean Consul General attended kickoff events for Asia Society Museum's latest exhibition.
4 September
In a talk with ESPN's Jeremy Schaap, author Dan Washburn relates some of the human costs inherent in the rush to develop golf courses in traditionally rural parts of China.
4 September
Sept. 5: A new documentary looks at the sometimes alarming cultural and environmental effects of worldwide tourism.
3 September
Golf is paradoxically banned and booming in today's China. Meet the author event with Dan Washburn at Asia Society New York, Thursday, September 4.
5 August
Co-presented with Lincoln Center Out of Doors, "Song of the Jasmine" finds creative common ground between Bharatanatyam and jazz.