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Financial statements for Asia Society Texas.
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Highlights from Megumi Sasaki's documentary on the sleepy fishing village in the middle of a swirling international debate on whale and dolphin hunting.
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Transparent citizens, police state, totalitarian rule: The catchphrases used to describe the Social Credit System (SCS) are oftentimes lurid. China has announced to introduce a rating system by 2020, which measures and expresses the social behaviour of citizens and companies. Is the system the Orwellian nightmare that Western media often depicts it as, or is the story more complicated? In Asia Society Switzerland’s summer series, we try to shed some light on what the SCS really is, and how it works.
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Daniel Russel writes that North Korea's delivery on promises made at the Singapore summit has been slow and deceptive.
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Asia Society Texas Center is pleased to welcome back to Houston the Tibetan Buddhist monks from Drepung Loseling Monastery in southern India. From August 16-19, the monks will construct a sand mandala and perform sacred ceremonies.
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A newly released film adaptation of Kevin Kwan's bestselling novel "Crazy Rich Asians" has received rave reviews in its premiere weekend.
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He was honored for directing ‘Crazy Rich Asians,’ the first studio-backed movie in 25 years to star an all-Asian cast.
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The director discusses her new film on the ongoing debate on the whale and dolphin hunting traditions in Japan.
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Bringing together the best of our 14 centres to Australia
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This September, "the greatest literary show on Earth" will enjoy its Texas premiere with Jaipur Literature Festival at Houston.
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ASPI initiative seeking to manage distrust and conflict between the United States and China.
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The former prime minister of Australia discusses his country’s need for a more balanced relationship with China.
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Transparent citizens, police state, totalitarian rule: The catchphrases used to describe the Social Credit System (SCS) are oftentimes lurid. China has announced to introduce a rating system by 2020, which measures and expresses the social behaviour of citizens and companies. Is the system the Orwellian nightmare that Western media often depicts it as, or is the story more complicated? In Asia Society Switzerland’s summer series, we try to shed some light on what the SCS really is, and how it works.
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The event honored Asian American and Asian artists for their contributions to the arts of the United States.
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由黃廷方慈善基金全力贊助,亞洲協會香港中心呈獻「菁英鼓動計劃」,這項為期十二個月的活動,旨在協助香港學生發展全球素養及領袖能力。
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ASPI initiative exploring the strategic implications of emerging ties between major countries in the Middle East and major countries in east, south, and southeast Asia.