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 /  Korea
Asia Society Korea hosted its final luncheon before the summer break on Tuesday, June 18 with Professor Song-mi Yi.
Artist Pio Abad gave a guided tour of his latest exhibition to Asia Society Members with innovative food provided by Chef Ronnie Taylor.
Our first ever Arts & Culture Benefit was a night of celebration for our exhibitions and programs past, and a toast to an exciting future.
Photos from Asia Society's memorable celebration of the arts.
Pei, who died Thursday at age 102, accepted an Asia Game Changer Lifetime Achievement Award in 2016.
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 /  Switzerland
On May 3, 2019, Museum Director, M+, Suhanya Raffel offered the audience of over 100 people a look behind the construction site of the M+ and an insight on how to build something from nothing – and that something being very ambitious.
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 /  Japan
Taihei is your modern day renaissance man, an artist and entrepreneur. He set up Startbahn and launched a blockchain product for the art market in April. With the product launched he will take us on a journey (discussion) on how blockchain
The legendary diplomat and Asia Society chairman is the subject of a new biography published nine years after his death.
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 /  India
On April 25, 2019, Asia Society India Centre hosted a conversation on cultural diplomacy and a series of performances by musicians from the South Asian Symphony Orchestra.

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 /  New York
Indonesian performance artist Melati Suryodarmo discusses her creative journey, philosophy, and artistic practice, shaped by traditional Javanese meditation, Japanese butoh, and her studies with Marina Abramović.
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 /  New York
Through the lens of seasonal change, aging, death, and baseball, the author Pico Iyer shows the rest of the world how his adopted homeland feels hauntingly familiar yet completely foreign.
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 /  New York
In her new book, Fatima Bhutto offers a vivid look at the popular culture emerging from the East, challenging America’s soft power dominance.
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 /  New York
Artist Xiaoze Xie discusses research on the history of censorship in China that inspired the exhibition 'Objects of Evidence.' Joining him are historians and expert on the subject Martin Heijdra (Princeton University) and James Tager (PEN).
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 /  New York
In his new book, William Dalrymple details the fall of the Mughal Empire and rise of the East India Company into a global corporate power with authority over an entire subcontinent.
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 /  New York
The beloved Bollywood actor appears in conversation with Teamwork Arts' Roy, discussing her life, career, and battle with ovarian cancer.

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