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.

Policy
Geremie Barmé delivers a sweeping historical speech before discussing China, past and present, with Orville Schell and Jing Tsu.
Arts
Contemporary artist Vibha Galhotra addresses the titular question in a panel discussion based on her long-term work around the use of water.
Current Affairs
John Delury explains that, despite a flurry of diplomatic activity of the two countries, Pyongyang has reason to fear Beijing's financial largesse.
Current Affairs
The veteran diplomat assesses the relative difficulty of resolving both situations.
Current Affairs
John Delury and Dong-Jin Kim discuss the role humanitarian assistance plays in fostering peace on the Korean peninsula.
Arts
In this illustrated lecture, art historian and curator Donald Stadtner explores the complex syncretism of religious practice in Sri Lanka.
Current Affairs
The distinguished diplomat sits down with Asia Society President and CEO Josette Sheeran for a conversation about world affairs.
Current Affairs
The nuns have attracted a wide following in India and Nepal through their martial arts skills and good works.
Current Affairs
The governor, unable to attend due to a recent typhoon, was honored in absentia for her role in shattering the glass ceiling in Japan.
Current Affairs
The CEO of Ctrip credited diversity in fostering the success of her company.
Current Affairs
Al Qasimi was selected for broadening awareness of art in her native Gulf region.
Current Affairs
Mir dedicated her award to a younger generation and those leading the fight against climate change.
Current Affairs
The first female presiding partner of Cravath, Swaine & More speaks about the importance of diversity in fostering successful organizations.
Current Affairs
Duncan Clark explores how "the great decoupling" might affect consumer prices.
Arts
Azra Raza and Siddhartha Mukherjee discuss Raza's book 'The First Cell: And the Cost of Pursuing Cancer to the Last.' The book tackles questions of progress (or lack thereof) in the fields of cancer research, treatment, and care.
Arts
Session III of the 2019 China-U.S. Cultural Investment Forum focused on how international collaboration can nurture talent, promote cultural and economic development, advance technology, and impact social policy making.
Arts
Session II of the 2019 China-U.S. Cultural Investment Forum presented various cases of collaborations in art, technology, and society, offering insight into challenges and opportunities.
Arts
Session I of the 2019 China-U.S. Cultural Investment Forum covers the impact of cultural investment and social innovation.