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.

Current Affairs
Former ambassador Kristie Kenney and Asia Society Policy Institute's Daniel Russel discuss a variety of issues related to U.S.-Asia relations at this edition of Asia Briefing.
Current Affairs
James Palmer explains why it's so difficult for journalists to report on the human rights crisis in China's far western region.
Current Affairs
Radio Free Asia reporter Gulchehra Hoja describes how Chinese officials detained her brother.
Current Affairs
Historians and journalists discuss the human rights crisis in China's far western region.
Arts
Dancer/choreographers Sheetal Gandhi, Hari Krishnan, Parul Shah, and Kuldeep Singh present new works that re-define what "Indian" dance might be.
Arts
A panel evaluates the legacy of the Progressive Artists' Group by examining the impact they had on the social and aesthetic landscape of contemporary India.
Arts
A panel discussion that approaches the question of a modern Indian nation through the lens of science, film, and literature.
Arts
Panelists discuss the challenge of representing the "progressive" Indian nation through visual, literary, and performing arts.
Policy
Wendy Cutler hosts a discussion with consuls general from Asian and Latin American countries about free trade in the Pacific Rim.
Arts
The director of 'Girls Always Happy' takes questions from the audience and discusses the film with Asia Society's Kelly Ma. Part of the Creative China Festival.
Arts
The director of 'Have a Nice Day' takes questions from the audience and discusses the film with Asia Society's Kelly Ma. Part of the Creative China Festival.
Arts
The director of 'Ash' takes questions from the audience and discusses the film with Asia Society's Kelly Ma. Part of the Creative China Festival.
Arts
A panel discussion on the role arts and culture play in the United Nations' goals for sustainable development.
Policy
Information presented by Bruce Stokes of the Pew Global Research Center shows that global public opinion still prefers Washington to Beijing — but not by as much as before.
Policy
Bruce Stokes, director of global economic attitudes for Pew, discusses how public opinion in Asia toward the United States has evolved.
Current Affairs
The congressman from Texas said that President Trump's approach to China appears to be little more than "get tough."
Arts
Panelists discuss and examine how virtual reality is being integrated into art and museum spaces.
Current Affairs
The U.S. lawmaker engages in a free-wheeling conversation on a variety of policy topics with Asia Society's Tom Nagorski.