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 /  India
On January 18, Asia Society India Centre hosted a special felicitation to recognise Akbar Padamsee's immense contribution to the Arts
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 /  Asia 21 Young Leaders
Asia 21 Young Leaders Omaid Sharifi and Mishi Choudhary's organizations have been shortlisted for the 2019 Index on Censorship Freedom of Expression Awards.
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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.
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 /  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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 /  New York
Author and ambassador Navtej Sarna recounts some of the many misfortunes blamed upon the Kohinoor diamond, a gem that pitted brother against brother and ended empires.
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 /  New York
Khan and her band kick off the ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival at New York.
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 /  New York
Harvard professor Martin Puchner chronicles the inventions and innovations in writing technologies, the printing press, and the book itself that have shaped religion, politics, commerce, people, and history.
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 /  New York
William Dalrymple and Navtej Sarna discuss the Kohinoor, a diamond whose violent history is stranger than fiction.
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 /  New York
Molly Emma Aitken and Navina Haidar discuss their work on the miniature paintings of Rajasthan with author William Dalrymple.

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