Asia Society's signature series returns, featuring Josette Sheeran hosting Ambassador William Burns, President of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and one of the most respected American diplomats of his time.
The Mingei Film Archive is an ongoing project to restore, enhance and preserve films and recordings of the Mingei Movement, Mr.Gross has unearthed footages of its ongoing legacy. We will be able to view Leach, Hamada and Yanagi in action.
Hear from scholars and artists for their take on how the relationship between the arts and mental health can offer diverse and dynamic settings for restorative, educational, and therapeutic benefits. Enid Tsui will be the moderator.
Asia 21 Young Leader John Delury, and Dong-Jin Kim, will discuss the challenging work and role of NGOs in the search for peace with North Korea, as its young leader, Kim Jong-Un is both willing to engage in peace talks and provocations.
Enjoy a Diwali-themed First Friday, featuring fun activities inspired by the holiday! Grab your friends for a night of art and culture and get a closer look at our current exhibitions, including In Focus: Lakshmi, for free.
China and the West have fundamentally diverging views on how technology is shaping society. Where do these different attitudes come from? And what do they mean for the relationship between China and the West?
How will a film experience change if we return to standardized black-box environment? This screening and discussion prompt us to rethink that. Join artists Duan Tianran and Lu Tingting in a discussion.
Launched in 1999, Hong Kong Jewish Film Festival (HKJFF) was the first-ever festival of its kind in Asia. This year marks its 20th Anniversary and brings a diverse selection of poignant, sad, funny, dramatic and satirical narratives.
"Tel Aviv on Fire,” winner of multiple film festival awards, tackles the difficulties Arabs and Israelis face living together in a small country with humor and understanding. The film will also open The 20th Hong Kong Jewish Film Festival.