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Mapping the Nation (Complete)

WASHINGTON, DC, November 18, 2013 — U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, Asia Society Vice President for Education Tony Jackson and other officials at the U.S. Department of Education introduce the Asia Society interactive project Mapping the Nation, which makes a case for a globally competent workforce and citizenry. (1 hr., 29 min.)

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Policy
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Business
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Leading executives examine proven initiatives for building a thriving business by becoming both nimble and relevant to evolving consumer needs.
Business
 /  New York
Business executives discuss how to leverage the unique values, strengths, and weaknesses that diverse employees bring to the table.
Business
 /  New York
Leading business executives discuss how BRGs offer a unique platform for leadership opportunities.
Business
 /  New York
Winning companies share their success stories in how to become a good employer for Asian talent.
Arts
 /  New York
The veteran Indian journalist Saeed Naqvi discusses the role the religious minority plays in the country's traditional societal division.
Arts
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The veteran Indian journalist discusses his latest book Being the Other: The Muslim in India.
Current Affairs
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Current Affairs
 /  New York
The music impresario was honored for bringing Korean popular music to an international audience.
Current Affairs
 /  New York
The Nepalese eye surgeon was honored for his work restoring sight to some of Asia's poorest people.
Current Affairs
 /  New York
The Syrian teenager was honored for her work as an education advocate in Jordan's refugee camps.
Current Affairs
 /  New York
The revered director was honored for exposing foreign audiences to Chinese cinema.