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.)
NCLC Program Advisory Committee members discuss how the Chinese language field has responded to the unprecedented challenge with a swift shift from traditional classroom instruction to online learning in a matter of weeks.
An expert panel, including Asia Society Policy Institute Senior Fellow and former Australian Ambassador for the Environment Patrick Suckling, examine the opportunities for a renewable recovery for Asia.
Will there be a re-shoring, a burst of deglobalization and re-nationalization of production — or will companies choose a strategy of redundant supply chains on different continents? Agatha Kratz and Mark Dittli discuss.
Ronnie Chan, Chairman of Hang Lung Group and the Asia Society Hong Kong Center, takes a look at Transpacific commercial opportunities amid mounting political tensions in the U.S.-China relationship and the pandemic.