Broadcast journalist Dan Harris reflects on how Buddhist meditation helped him recover from a career setback — and gave him the story of his life.
Yin Mei puts masks, movement, puppetry and text in "conversation" with a famous documentary to re-imagine the Cultural Revolution onstage.
Author Jonathan Campbell says that if Chinese rock 'n' roll were to take off globally, he hopes it would be in "a more serious way" than just "a crazy video with a silly dance."
"I consider Indians writing in English as writers, first and foremost," says award-winning author and journalist Hari Kunzru. In-person appearance at Asia Society New York on January 10.
Award-winning novelist says of his tragicomic second novel, "I haven't made up anything."
From 1970 to 1991, Gordon served as Asia Society's director of performing arts and then later director of performances, films and lectures. But Asia Society was just one chapter in a remarkable life.
The New York Review of Books' Perry Link re-enters the energetic debate over the awarding of the 2012 Nobel Prize in Literature to Chinese novelist Mo Yan.
What do Jay-Z, The Rolling Stones, Nicki Minaj, Fiona Apple, Neil Young, and Pakistani musical legend Arif Lohar have in common? They all made The New York Times list of the best concerts of 2012.
Intizar Husain's 1979 novel finally reaches American readers.
An innovative photography festival comes to rural Anhui province in China — until the local authorities have other ideas.
The latest Nobel Laureate in Literature didn't write his books to serve a political agenda, argues Charles Laughlin.