Each week, we'll reach into Asia Society's archives to find a photo from the organization's nearly 60-year history. This week: American poet Robert Frost as a featured guest at an Asia Society event in 1961 honoring Sir Rabindranath Tagore.
"I don't want to write things that everybody agrees on," says the author of a controversial Mao biography and a revisionist new book on the Empress Dowager Cixi.
Mo Yan's Nobel Prize inspires mixed responses among China's Internet community.
Mo Yan's English translator talks about what winning the Nobel Prize in Literature means for the Chinese author.
Chinese poet Bei Ling says the London Book Fair's celebration of China is shutting out some of its most important dissident voices in the name of money.
Asia Society Associate Fellow Jeffrey Wasserstrom discusses Ai Weiwei, Mike Daisey, Bo Xilai, Neil Heywood and the "blurry divide" between real and unreal in recent China news.
Asia Blog speaks with one of the editors of 'No Enemies, No Hatred,' a collection of writings by Liu, the Chinese dissident and Nobel Peace Prize winner who helped author the 'Charter 08' pro-democracy manifesto.
Dohrn discusses how his new off-Broadway play 'Outside People' bridges the gap between Chinese and American culture.
Asia Blog caught up with the Asian-American Tony Award winner for a few quick questions about his latest Broadway play, 'Chinglish,' which TIME magazine called "a serious and nuanced study of the Chinese/American cultural divide."
Before he was featured on the front page of the <em>New York Times</em>, the 37-year-old novelist spoke at Asia Society in New York.