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U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, Asia Society's Tony Jackson and other officials introduce the interactive project "Mapping the Nation."
Education
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, Asia Society's Tony Jackson and other officials introduce the interactive project "Mapping the Nation."
Arts
 /  New York
Iranian Kamancheh virtuoso Kayhan Kalhor is joined on stage by bass santour player Ali Bahrami Fard.
Arts
 /  New York
Stephen Blum offers introductory remarks about traditional Iranian music.
Arts
 /  India
Asia Society India Centre interviews founding members of the Mumbai-based artists' collective CAMP.
Asia Society Afghanistan 21 Young Leader Salma Alokozai cites some of the challenges and prospects facing young Afghans after 2014.
Asia Society Afghanistan 21 Young Leader Ameen Habibi is hopeful for the future of Afghanistan because of its young people.
Mohammad Shafiq Hamdam underlines the importance of young Afghans to the country's present, not just its future.
Sadiq Amini lays out four challenges for Afghan youth today, such as the older generation's lack of confidence in their leadership abilities.
Freshta Karim argues that despite an uncertain security scenario looming after 2014, the gains of the past 12 years still give young Afghans hope.
Ahmad Shuja emphasizes the importance of empowerment and education for the younger generation of Afghans.
Historian Jung Chang proposes Dowager Empress Cixi as a far-sighted early reformer.