'From Mao to Mozart' is an Oscar-winning documentary that follows Ukrainian-American violinist Isaac Stern, who in 1979 made an unprecedented tour of China at a time when the country was still reeling from the Cultural Revolution.
BY INVITATION ONLY Asia Society Australia’s inaugural Australian CEO Roundtable on Vietnam in Melbourne will bring together Australia’s business, university and civil society leaders with to discuss trade and investment opportunities.
The third episode brings us to the Sultanate Brunei located on the island Borneo in maritime Southeast Asia. Iswandy Ahmad and Dr. Vanessa Teo will discuss the government’s as well as entrepreneurial activities in the agricultural sector.
On June 3, Danny Russel from Asia Society's New York headquarters will join us in person to the Policy Salon. His discussion is titled, “Views from the U.S.: Next Steps for the Biden Administration on Asia”.
In our world where everything is more inter-connected, and product exchanges are being more frequent, Vishakha N. Desai explores the significance of living globally in her latest book, World as Family: A Journey of Multi-Rooted Belonging.
Join Ned Palmer, author of the much acclaimed A Cheesemonger's History of the British Isles, on a virtual cheese and wine journey, to discover the role different cheeses played in the shaping of British history.
The Asia Society Philippines and Optum, present “Practical Partnerships for the Pandemic” - a series of online conversations on how the public and private sector in the Philippines can work better together to beat the COVID-19 pandemic.