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 /  New York

China, One Year Later (Complete)

NEW YORK, November 7, 2013 — One year after Xi Jinping became president of China, New Yorker staff writer Evan Osnos; Dr. Susan Shirk of UC San Diego; former U.S. Ambassador to China J. Stapleton Roy; and moderator Orville Schell assess China's leadership transition so far. (1 hr., 17 min.)


Education
As part of Asia Society's TEQ Series, Yiyu Liu speaks about the world language programs, and the important of preparing young students for the 21st century.
Education
 /  Hong Kong
Anthony P. Monaco, Tufts University President, discusses how colleges and universities can prepare students for future leadership through education in innovative ways.
Policy
 /  India
Arundhatti Bhattacharya, Frank Wisner, Nirupama Rao and Jamshyd Godrej discuss the U.S.-India partnership, moderated by Rahul Jacob.
Arts
 /  New York
Chinese artists Xi Band and Pi Huang Club perform live alongside a screening of the film Sever.
Arts
Architects Tod Williams and Billie Tsien discuss the unique challenges of designing Asia Society's Hong Kong Center.
Arts
Tod Williams and Billie Tsien discuss Asia Society's innovative home in the territory.
Current Affairs
 /  India
A special screening of Driving With Selvi followed by a conversation between Elisa Paloschi, Director, Producer, Cinematographer and Smarinita Shetty, Director, Girls Alliance, Dasra.
Current Affairs
 /  India
A special screening of Driving With Selvi followed by a conversation between Elisa Paloschi, Director, Producer, Cinematographer and Smarinita Shetty, Director, Girls Alliance, Dasra.
Policy
While China and the United States may not agree on much, both sides can agree that climate change is an urgent issue.
Policy
 /  Northern California
Asia Society's Kevin Rudd and Orville Schell discuss the role the United States and China will have when it comes to addressing climate change.
Current Affairs
 /  New York
Peter Hessler, former China correspondent for The New Yorker, explains why bad writing on China continues to be published.
Current Affairs
 /  New York
Five former China correspondents from the New Yorker discuss their experiences covering the country for the magazine.