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Padma Lakshmi discusses her life at Asia Society on March 13, 2016. (Ellen Wallop/Asia Society)

Novelist Min Jin Lee on the 'Eternal Foreignness' of Being Asian American

(Tracy Hunter/Flickr)
Arts

The Korean-American writer discusses her work profiling Japan's marginalized Korean population.

Six Questions for Violinist Anne Akiko Meyers

Anne Akiko Meyers (Lisa-Marie Mazzucco)
Arts

The prolific and popular classical musician discusses her prized instrument, her diverse repertoire, and the importance of a great lunch.

Why China Is Reviving Maritime Trade With West Asia

A group of storage jars at the site of the wreck off Belitung Island (Michael Flecker)
ArtsCurrent Affairs

More than a millennium after its zenith during the Tang Dynasty, Sino-West Asia economic ties are growing once again.

I.M. Pei at 100 — Celebrating the Renowned Architect

I.M. Pei smiles for the camera at the Asia Society Asia Game Changers Awards at the United Nations on October 27, 2016. (Ellen Wallop/Asia Society)
ArtsCurrent Affairs

The Pritzker Prize-winning centenarian has left an indelible mark on cities across the world.

Time Lapse: Watch Eko Nugroho Paint His Epic Street-Inspired Mural

Eko Nugroho paints a mural at Asia Society Museum in New York. (Salvador Pantoja/Asia Society)
Arts

The acclaimed Indonesian artist makes the wall "a victim" of his painting.

Lost at Sea: Four Famous Shipwrecks Waiting To Be Discovered

Changsha ewers artifacts trapped in a coral concretion on the top of the wreck mound. Items from the Belitung shipwreck can be seen at Asia Society Museum's 'Secrets of the Sea: A Tang Shipwreck and Early Trade in Asia' exhibition. (Michael Flecker)
ArtsCurrent Affairs

"Today, dozens of historically significant ships that sit in the vast depths around the world preserve rich tales of history."

17 Stunning Photos of Indonesia's Performing Masked Monkeys

A performing monkey in Jakarta. (Ed Wray)
Arts

The Jakarta-based photographer Ed Wray profiles a cruel practice that has since been banned by the Indonesian government.

Zao Wou-Ki in America

Installation view of “No Limits: Zao Wou-Ki,” co-organized by Asia Society and Colby College Museum of Art, on view at Asia Society Museum, New York, from September 9, 2016, through January 8, 2017. (Richard Goodbody)
Arts

How the painter's brief visit to the United States changed his life.

Excerpt: 'The Beautiful Country and the Middle Kingdom'

U.S. President Barack Obama (L) looks on with China's President Xi Jinping (R) during a meeting at the G20 Summit in Hangzhou on September 4, 2016. (Johannes Eisele/AFP/Getty Images)
Arts

The journalist John Pomfret explores the history of U.S-China relations in his new book.

The State of Chinese Cinema Today

Lu Chuan, the director of City of Life and Death, will be honored at Asia Society's U.S.-China Film Summit on November 2, 2016. (Dennis Amith/Flickr)
ArtsCurrent Affairs

Jonathan Landreth of ChinaFile and China Film Insider discusses the state of Chinese cinema today.