This panel gathers Asia Society Triennial artists whose practice responds to questions of historical conflict and memory, cultural ignorance and difference, and the complex cultural contexts around environmental safety.
Disruptive Asia's Sustainability issue comes to life with a panel examining how to govern growth responsibly in Asia, with KPMG's Merridan Varrall, Stanford University's Arjuna Dibley, and UN Environment Programme's Mozaharul Alam.
Two highly-respected ambassadors share their perspectives on the final stretch of the U.S. presidential campaign, the period of uncertainty and instability to follow, and the foreign policy implications of the results.
Asia Society Triennial Artistic Director Boon Hui Tan and New-York Historical Society curator Wendy N.E. Ikemoto discuss the themes of the Triennial collateral exhibition Dreaming Together: New-York Historical Society & Asia Society Museum.
Byambabaatar Ichinkhorloo starts off by giving an in-depth understanding of the evolution and ongoing issues around mining in Mongolia. He is then joined by Beibei Gu, who focuses on environmental issues, China, and the BRI.