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The second edition of our STATE OF ASIA Conference is history. We were joined by speakers from across Asia and Europe, and welcomed 140 guests at the Swiss Re Centre for Global Dialogue. Together, we discussed the key developments in Asia.
In this Oxford Debate we discuss whether India will become a global superpower in the coming decade. Will India be able to deliver on that growth and ambition? Or will its complexity and internal divisions slow it down?
Top chef Fuchsia Dunlop, recognized master of Chinese cuisine, talks about the adventurous joy that surrounds food and eating in China; and about how actual Chinese food is often misunderstood in the West.
India's place in the world is rapidly gaining influence. The country has superpower ambitions, yet still has many obstacles on the road to get there. Hear key reasons for why India will or won't reach superpower status in the next decade.
In this Talk at the Library, Japanologists and University of Zurich Professors Raji Steineck and Simone Müller unravel the diverse ways in which time was perceived, experienced, and negotiated in Medieval Japan.
C. Raja Mohan is a Senior Fellow at the Asia Society Policy Institute in Delhi, India. He is fascinated and troubled by what he sees happening in Europe, and urges the continent to start realizing 'it's a jungle out there'.
Simona Grano is associate professor at the University of Zurich and Senior Fellow at Asia Society's Center for China Analysis. She lays out the land of Taiwan's complicated political scene, ahead of the January 2024 presidential election.
Solomon Islands is gearing up to host its greatest event ever: the 2023 Pacific Games. We revisit a conversation with two leading local voices about life on the Islands, where China and the U.S. are vying for influence.