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Eko Nugroho and Wayang Bocor January 12–14, 2017

Eko Nugroho at Asia Society

New Report: 'Making a Museum in the 21st Century'

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Traditional Javanese shadow puppetry comes to New York
Asia Society Associate Fellow Jeffrey Wasserstrom reviews the new documentary about Sidney Rittenberg, an American who was also once a full-fledged member of the Chinese Communist Party.
Asia Society Associate Fellow Vasuki Nesaih says a new film about Sri Lanka's suppressed media sheds light on a troubled, but continually creative press corps.
Curated by REDCAT and Northwest Film Forum, this award-winning festival makes its Houston debut.
New doc captures creative community's forced relocation.
Dr. Shan Jixiang outlines sweeping vision for 21st century.
The 1931 novel has its faults, but it deserves a spot on the bookshelf of anyone heading to the Chinese countryside for the first time who wants to know a bit about the history of Chinese peasant life, writes Maura Cunningham.
Two Kandahar-based researchers have complied an anthology of poems by the Afghan Taliban exploring a wide range of themes from "unrequited love and bloody vengeance" to "religion and nationalism, even a desire for non-violence."
Presented by Asia Society New York and Mar Creation on June 8, 2012, the New York Japan CineFest will feature seven award-winning live action and animated shorts with the filmmakers in attendance.
Filmmaker focuses on ordinary lives and the 2008 Olympics.
Asia Society President Vishakha Desai's thoughts on the new movie.
New Pakistani novel wrestles with change, mortality.
The June 8 event will feature seven award-winning live action and animated shorts.
The Monkey King backstage at the Beijing Opera in China on May 15, 2012.
A venerable theatrical tradition comes to New York this weekend.
Five books portray one shady city.
Artist evokes silent cinema in new works.
May 18-20: Shanghai Kunqu Opera offers New York audiences a rare chance to experience kunqu opera

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