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Kaihan Krippendorff

NEW YORK, March 31, 2009 - Business consultant and writer Kaihan Krippendorff explains the relevance of traditional Asian approaches to innovation in today's corporate world. (1 hr., 18 min.)

Joanna C. Lee and Ken Smith discuss the roots of the almanac in agrarian Chinese culture, as well as its relevance to contemporary life, with Warwick Wong.
Michael J. Sandel debates the role of market values in contemporary society with businessman and entrepreneur Jerry Rao.
Political philosopher Michael J. Sandel gives a talk based on his recent book "What Money Can't Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets."
Bob Woodruff reflects on the flow of refugees between Iraq and Syria.
Bob Woodruff of ABC News touches on the qualities that made reporting from Iraq and Afghanistan different from covering previous U.S. wars.
War correspondents Bob Woodruff and Mike Boettcher discuss their experience reporting Afghanistan and Iraq.
Watch now: experts explore what's at stake.
Untermeyer’s diplomatic experience gave dramatic window to significant events in Asia.
Experts' perspectives on U.S. presence at APEC 2013 summit.
Musiqa takes the Texas Center stage for a unique concert exploring the interconnection between music, literature, and photography.
Elizabeth Economy and others on differences between China and the U.S.
Elizabeth Economy and fellow China scholars look at the U.S.-Chinese relationship in the context of investment and development worldwide.