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Only the second U.S. museum to host the exhibition "Tsuruya Kōkei: Modern Kabuki Prints Revised & Revisited," Asia Society will also serve as its final American venue.
2019 class includes activists, artists, educators, journalists, scientists, and social entrepreneurs.
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 /  Philippines
July 31 2019 – Asia Society Philippines partnered with PumaPodcast in Clock In’s monthly meet up, After Hours featuring Asia 21 Alumni, editor-in-chief of BusinessWorld, and Founder & CEO of PumaPodcast, Roby Alampay.
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 /  Japan
Mr. Fukazawa introduced the concept of Mingei, referring to its distinction from Kogei, and discussed Mingei’s influence on modern design. Participants discussed about the boundaries among Mingei, Kogei, industrial design and minimalism.
The photos showcase humanity’s unceasing drive to build at great heights by juxtaposing two extremes of architecture: building in the Himalayas and reconstructing the World Trade Center.
Screenings and events at Asia Society for the 42nd Annual Asian American Film Festival.
Composer and percussionist Susie Ibarra's musical game piece performed en plein air on Governor's Island.
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 /  Australia
The continuing collection of Briefing MONTHLY and Asia Briefing LIVE animations by Rocco Fazzari.

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 /  New York
Dancer/choreographers Sheetal Gandhi, Hari Krishnan, Parul Shah, and Kuldeep Singh present new works that re-define what "Indian" dance might be.
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 /  New York
A panel evaluates the legacy of the Progressive Artists' Group by examining the impact they had on the social and aesthetic landscape of contemporary India.
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 /  New York
A panel discussion that approaches the question of a modern Indian nation through the lens of science, film, and literature.
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 /  New York
Panelists discuss the challenge of representing the "progressive" Indian nation through visual, literary, and performing arts.
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 /  India
Gurcharan Das, Amrita Narayanan, and Arshia Sattar on the philosophical, historical and literary ideas of Kama and desire.
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 /  New York
The director of 'Girls Always Happy' takes questions from the audience and discusses the film with Asia Society's Kelly Ma. Part of the Creative China Festival.

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