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
Composer Huang Ruo and librettist Bao-Long Chu discuss the chamber opera 'Bound,' inspired by a Texas honor roll student. Following the conversation, performers Fang Tao Jiang and Guang Yang sing excerpts from the work.
Arts
A panel discussion featuring noted collectors of Indian art speaking on the role of passion, art appreciation, and aesthetics with regards to their private collections. Moderated by Asia Society Museum Director Boon Hui Tan.
Policy
Mohib delivered a talk about his country's security situation before participating in a conversation with NYU Afghanistan expert Barnett Rubin.
Current Affairs
Natashya Gutierrez of Vice Media Asia delivers a presentation on declining press freedom across the continent.
Business
Food and lifestyle platform founder and TV presenter Danielle Chang leads a discussion on Asian influence in the beauty, health, and wellness industries. She spoke to pharmacist Stanley George and food market director Sophia Tsao.
Lifestyle
Film director Andrei Severny and chef Vikas Khanna discuss the film 'Buried Seeds' at Asia Society New York.
Current Affairs
Members of the Task Force on U.S.-China Policy discuss their new report on the state of the relationship two years into the Trump presidency.
Arts
Theatre artists David Henry Hwang and Bartlett Sher discuss where progress has been made when in comes to Asian representation in American popular media, and where it can still be improved.
Current Affairs
Parag Khanna discusses his new book on Asia's rise with Michael Froman and David Westin.
Arts
Award-winning theatre artists David Henry Hwang and Bartlett Sher discuss the current state of American musical theatre through the lens of Asian representation on Broadway.
Current Affairs
Jesper Koll believes that contrary to popular opinion, Japan's population decline is a big advantage for the country's people.
Current Affairs
Economist Jesper Koll, a longtime resident of Japan, explains why he's so optimistic about the country's future.
Current Affairs
Financier and private equity pioneer Weijian Shan delivers a presentation about his new memoir and then engages in conversation with Thomas Friedman.
Arts
The author and filmmaker reads an excerpt from her debut novel, part of the book launch held at Asia Society.
Arts
Watch the author and filmmaker read from her debut novel, followed by a discussion with acclaimed artist Shirin Neshat.
Lifestyle
Enjoy seasonal, Asian-inspired dishes in this modern light-filled café.
Current Affairs
The ASPI vice president and veteran trade negotiator thinks the Trump administration will back off in fear of hurting American consumers.
Current Affairs
Wendy Cutler, Vali Nasr, and John Park join Tom Nagorski for Asia Society's annual look at the year ahead.