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Film / Hong Kong
Keep Quiet tells the story of a far-right politician who discovered he was Jewish, and his journey to learn and practice his Jewish faith.
Film / Hong Kong
Five interesting and quirky shorts that examine a wide range of issues.
Film / Hong Kong
Raise the Roof tells the moving and exhilarating story of a remarkable 10-year project, against the backdrop of the 1,000 year history of Jews in Poland.
Lecture / Texas
'In the Wake' guest co-curator Anne Nishimura Morse discusses the exhibition, the significance of 3/11, and the disaster's impact on Tōhoku's artistic community.
Discussion / New York
An afternoon program offering a rare opportunity to hear Tan Dun discuss his creative process as a musician and composer, as well as a musical excerpts
Film / Hong Kong
A group of Jewish youngsters flee Nazi-occupied France in this fact-inspired WWII drama.
Film / Hong Kong
Remember is a gripping thriller in which the darkest chapter of the 20th century collides with a contemporary mission of revenge.
Symposium / New York
Learn about the growing recognition being given to Zao Wou-ki and other East Asian diasporic artists for their vital and previously underestimated contribution to the international abstraction movement during the mid-twentieth century.
Discussion / Hong Kong
An evening presentation on the relationship between humanity and war.
Discussion / Hong Kong
Douglas H. Paal discusses how the U.S. and China can advance bilateral relations amid changing domestic, regional and global dynamics.
AsiaStore Event / New York
In appreciation of your support, Asia Society members will receive a 20% discount on merchandise purchased at AsiaStore on these special shopping days.
Film / Texas
The film and live performance explores common stereotypes of Asian cultures from media, commodities, and familiar images.