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Drawn from the Mohammed Afkhami Collection, Asia Society Museum's “Rebel, Jester, Mystic, Poet: Contemporary Persians” exhibition brings works by more than 20 artists from Iran and its diaspora to New York through May 8, 2022.
[ONLINE] Prominent curator Tyler Rollins reviews how the contemporary art scene has changed over his 20-year career from Asia to the Americas, and uncovers the hidden nuances of spirituality in Southeast Asian art in the region.
[RESCHEDULED FROM JANUARY 9] [ONLINE] Award-winning photographer Bobby Lee helps you sharpen your photography skills. It includes an introductory session, a consultation with Bobby, with your work displayed in an exhibition in March.
Back by popular demand, Asia Society at the Movies presents 'Ascension' once again with a special virtual screening available to our global network and a fresh new conversation with Asia Society Hong Kong about the award-winning film.
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Looking into 2022, Japan is facing multiple challenges – but also a wealth of opportunities. Join us for a discussion with Jesper Koll and Robert A. Feldman reporting straight from Japan.
[IN-PERSON & ONLINE] The Night of Ideas, co-organized with the French Consulate, zeroes in on the theme of heritage with two panel discussions, Hong Kong photography exhibition, VR corner, and neon sign exhibition.
Explore Houston's Asiatown from the comfort of home! Whether you've never been to Houston or want to learn more about the city you love, our live interactive tours offer a chance to dive into the history and culture of a slice of our city.
[IN-PERSON] There is nothing quite like the sound of a big band. Big BandExpress is celebrating its 6th anniversary with a concert on-site. Enjoy a night of jazz, featuring Debbie Mannas, Dennis Chan, Krystal Diaz, and Hulman Soaloon.
In this Oxford Debate we are debating what the causes for the big hurdles for women are and how they should be addressed best in the case of Japan and South Korea. With Pallavi Aiyar, Se-Woong Koo, Young-Im Lee, and Satona Suzuki