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Asia Society celebrated the Year of the Dog with live music, theater, crafts, and more.

Upcoming Events

21 Mar 2018
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15 Mar 2018
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13 Mar 2018
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12 Mar 2018
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04 Mar 2018
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Current Exhibitions

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Kevin Rudd explains how an expanded East Asia Summit could help secure peace in an increasingly fractious Asia-Pacific.
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The second edition of Asia Arts Game Changer Awards India took place on February 8, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency, Delhi.
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The events room of coworking space Acceler8 was buzzing with excitement as Asia Society Philippines held Asia Society Conversations: Common Ground.
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Kevin Rudd discusses how U.S. trade policy is weakening an already fragmented global trade architecture.
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Wendy Cutler on how Asia-Pacific countries have moved on after the U.S. withdrawal from TPP.
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The second edition of Asia's first and only arts awards ceremony will take place in New Delhi on the eve of the India Art Fair.
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Asia Society looks back at some of its most colorful moments of the year from around the world.
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A look back at some of the New York center's most memorable events.
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AsiaStore is the destination for gifts for all budgets.
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ASPI President Kevin Rudd's speech on strengthening regional institutions in Asia to manage peace and security.
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The third biennial Summit welcomed more than 120 arts professionals representing 20 countries.
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Wendy Cutler talks to NPR Weekend Edition about President Trump's "America first" speech at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum in Vietnam.
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Asia Society Philippines partners with Stratbase ADR Institute as Session Manager for the ASEAN Leadership Amid a New World Order last 8 November 2017.
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President Trump skipping the East Asia Summit is a mistake, write Lindsey Ford and Vikram Singh.
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Daniel Russel tells PBS Newshour that with Rohingya crisis, "the starting point may be outrage, but we can’t stop there."