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The Asia Society's Road to Hong Kong

HONG KONG, February 8, 2012 - Asia Society Presidents, past and present, discuss how the institution came to establish a presence in Hong Kong during a discussion moderated by C-Chair Henrietta Fore (34 min, 50 sec).


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