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Actors Tim Jo and Rizwan Manji joined Asia Society Texas Center for a timely conversation on Asian representation in the entertainment industry with Rebecca Sun, senior reporter at "The Hollywood Reporter."
Exhibition features rarely seen mural-sized painting created during a tumultuous period of India's history.
Asia Society Texas Center (ASTC) unveils a new mixed-media exhibition entitled "Super Sarap," marking a number of firsts for ASTC: the exhibition is the Center’s first to feature Filipino American artists and the first to focus on food.
The artist examines the power imbalance between captor and captive and the aestheticization of violence in media coverage of wartime atrocities.
Ties between China and Europe are explored through a rare Chinese map and a selection of decorative objects.
In memory of the pioneering modern artist Hon Chi-fun, who passed away a week before our exhibition of his opened.
Hot, sweet and fresh: the spicy dried persimmon and cucumber dish was one of our guest's favorites at the temple style dinner with Jeong Kwan. We asked her for the recipe – so if you can get hold of the ingredients you are in for a treat!
The museum will waive admission to the galleries through March 3!
Asia Society Southern California's special screening of "Ash is Purest White," followed by a Q&A with Jia Zhangke, one of China's most critically acclaimed directors.

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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.
Arts
 /  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.
Arts
 /  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.
Arts
 /  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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