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NEW YORK, September 10, 2009 — Guest curator Salima Hashmi discusses the Asia Society Museum exhibition Hanging Fire: Contemporary Art from Pakistan with artists Rashid Rana, Asma Mundrawala, and Imran Qureshi. (1 hr., 27 min.)
The Glitch delves into the intricate narrative of drug use in Korea, exploring its historical roots from the Opium Wars to contemporary challenges faced by K-pop idols, to unravel societal expectations and perceptions.