Video Gallery

This page features all video coverage of Asia Society New York's recent public programs, exhibitions, and performances. For videos on a specific topic — Arts, Current Affairs, Education, or Policy — please use the menu links to the left. Please note: Clicking on a video will send you to Asia Society's global video gallery.

Arts
Highlights from a special performance and discussion with the celebrated Chinese calligrapher.
Arts
The artist discusses hist recent body of work, seen in 'Xiaoze Xie: Objects of Evidence' at Asia Society Museum, with senior curator of modern and contemporary art Michelle Yun.
Current Affairs
Hong Kong people are not asking for the moon, argues lawmaker Alvin Yeung, they are simply asking for what had been promised from the start.
Current Affairs
Hong Kong lawmakers Dennis Kwok and Alvin Yeung talk about protesters' concerns and Beijing's bluster over the possible use of force.
Current Affairs
Hong Kong Legislative Council members Dennis Kwok and Alvin Yeung share their insights into the profound political crisis shaking the territory.
Policy
Daniel Russel, Jamie Horsley, Aaron Halegua, and Min Ye discuss Russel's new report on how China can achieve better outcomes in its landmark initiative.
Current Affairs
Winston Lord speaks with Orville Schell about his new book about the former secretary of state.
Current Affairs
U.S. Representatives Grace Meng and Andrew Kim share their unique experiences, perspectives, and lessons learned throughout their journey in politics.
Arts
Join the principal members of the creative team, including the Metropolitan Opera's Tian Hao Jiang, as they perform excerpts from and discuss a new opera by composer Tang Jianping.
Current Affairs
Anna Fifield and Daniel Russel discuss why Kim Jong Un has gone to such lengths to maintain his nuclear program in spite of international pressure to give it up.
Current Affairs
Anna Fifield discusses her new book with Daniel Russel.
Current Affairs
Nicholas Kristof of the New York Times discusses the role of human rights in contemporary China in the decades following the June 4, 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre.
Current Affairs
Discussing the Tiananmen Square massacre, author Zha Jianying and Arthur Ross Director Orville Schell debate whether China could ever learn to address its own atrocities.
Current Affairs
The writer and journalist recounts the "sense of innocence and solidarity" she witnessed among bystanders, even as people were being shot in front of their eyes.
Current Affairs
Witnesses reflect on the events that took place in the months leading up to the June 4, 1989, Tiananmen Square massacre — and how the Chinese government has been so effective at erasing history in the 30 years since that fateful day.
Current Affairs
A panel of experts discuss the implications of Narendra Modi's landslide victory.
Current Affairs
Yanan Wang defended her reporting on Xinjiang by saying that she always included the perspective of the Chinese government.
Current Affairs
The Rappler CEO and co-founder describes her persecution under President Rodrigo Duterte and reiterates her call for press freedom at the 2019 Osborn Elliott Prize for Excellence in Journalism on Asia ceremony.