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 /  India
On December 14, 2018, Asia Society India Centre hosted the eighth annual edition of the Opening Night Celebration Dinner with Times Litfest.
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 /  Northern California
Asia Society Southern California and Asia Society Northern California will co-host a discussion with the Elkes Foundation
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 /  Southern California
This year, 5 of the 15 films shortlisted for the Best Documentary Feature Oscar were Asian made. ASSC hosted a special panel discussion with directors, producers, and cinematographers from four of these extraordinary films.
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 /  Asia 21 Young Leaders
Asia 21 Young Leader Xyza Cruz Bacani ('18) publishes her first book, "We Are Like Air."
An excerpt from Rabeah Ghaffari's debut novel 'To Keep the Sun Alive,' which portrays the 1979 Iranian Revolution through family drama and personal struggle.
Experience the best of Asia without leaving New York
Meng Jinghui directs, produces, and writes some of the most interesting plays in China today.
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 /  Switzerland
On December 3 2018, at last event of the year of Asia Society Switzerland, 150 people rushed into the chapel of the Helferei in Zurich’s old town. They came to see Uli Sigg,the world’s foremost collector of contemporary Chinese art and Kai Strittmatter, journalist and foreign correspondent to China.
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 /  Switzerland
Once more we have asked our members, this year's speakers as well as our colleagues all over the world what they have been reading lately. Here is our list of book recommendations, a selection for the travelling the world through windows of time and space – page by page.

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Arts
 /  New York
A panel discussion on the role arts and culture play in the United Nations' goals for sustainable development.
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 /  Australia
Craig Connelly, Misha Agzarian, Charles Rockefeller, Christine Davies, and Tara Kenny discuss how giving has evolved since the establishment of institutions like MoMa and Asia Society.
Arts
 /  India
A conversation on the artist M.V. Dhruandhar’s vast body of work and contributions to the early Indian art scene.
Arts
 /  New York
Panelists discuss and examine how virtual reality is being integrated into art and museum spaces.
Arts
 /  New York
Authors Hari Kunzru and Balli Kaur Jaswal engage in a provocative conversation about writing in the Indian diaspora.
Current Affairs
 /  New York
Human rights activists, scholars, journalists, and filmmakers gathered to celebrate the life and work of the Pakistani lawyer and advocate, with a special focus on her work with the United Nations.

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