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Got questions about the biggest Indian color festival in Manila?
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One of India’s most celebrated festival is back in Manila! Asia Society Philippines together with SM by the BAY present the HOLI FESTIVAL 2019, the 7th annual celebration in Manila of the traditional and colorful Hindu Festival.
Check out contemporary sculpture, a modern master of Indian painting, exquisite pieces from the Asia Society Museum Collection, and more.
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Asia Society PH, with Fujifilm PH, hosted the launch of We Are Like Air by Xyza Bacani, an Asia 21 Young Leader alumna. We Are Like Air documents the experiences and issues of the invisible yet important people, the migrant workers.
The Iranian-born, Britain-based contemporary sculptor spoke with Michelle Yun, Asia Society's senior curator of modern and contemporary art.
Actors Tim Jo and Rizwan Manji joined Asia Society Texas Center for a timely conversation on Asian representation in the entertainment industry with Rebecca Sun, senior reporter at "The Hollywood Reporter."
Exhibition features rarely seen mural-sized painting created during a tumultuous period of India's history.
Asia Society Texas Center (ASTC) unveils a new mixed-media exhibition entitled "Super Sarap," marking a number of firsts for ASTC: the exhibition is the Center’s first to feature Filipino American artists and the first to focus on food.
The artist examines the power imbalance between captor and captive and the aestheticization of violence in media coverage of wartime atrocities.

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Composer Huang Ruo and librettist Bao-Long Chu discuss the chamber opera 'Bound,' inspired by a Texas honor roll student. Following the conversation, performers Fang Tao Jiang and Guang Yang sing excerpts from the work.
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 /  New York
A panel discussion featuring noted collectors of Indian art speaking on the role of passion, art appreciation, and aesthetics with regards to their private collections. Moderated by Asia Society Museum Director Boon Hui Tan.
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 /  India
Jyotindra Jain and Annapurna Garimella discuss the artist Jangarh Singh Shyam's expansive body of work and the mediated demarcations between folk and contemporary art.
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 /  India
Homi K. Bhabha, Nandita Das, T.M. Krishna and Yo-Yo Ma discuss the role of cultural hospitality and creativity in a world where communities are divided by ideologies of exclusion.
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 /  Southern California
The celebrated filmmaker discusses his new film, which probes personal values and relationships in a rapidly changing China through the tale of a local mobster and his girlfriend.
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 /  New York
Theatre artists David Henry Hwang and Bartlett Sher discuss where progress has been made when in comes to Asian representation in American popular media, and where it can still be improved.

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