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The Ramen Burger Effect (Complete)

NEW YORK, December 18, 2013 — Keizo Shimamoto, ramen blogger and creator of the ramen burger, discusses its ascent to the top of the social media food pyramid with Sun Noodle's Kenshiro Uki and filmmaker and Japanese TV personality Michael McAteer. (1 hr., 6 min.)


Lifestyle
 /  New York
Enjoy seasonal, Asian-inspired dishes in this modern light-filled café.
Business
 /  India
A panel discussion on entrepreneurship in developing economies with Tarun Khanna, Falguni Nayar, R. Dinesh, and Dhanpal Jhaveri.
Current Affairs
 /  India
Frank Wisner and Srinath Raghavan discuss the current state of relations between the United States of America, India, and Iran.
Current Affairs
 /  India
Arvind Subramanian, Uday Kotak and Sajjid Chinoy discuss India's economy and the challenges facing its growth.
Education
The Skyridge High School Students learned to perform bian lian while studying abroad in China.
Current Affairs
Over 90 young leaders from across Asia gathered in Manila for discussion, networking, and activities. Here are the highlights.
Current Affairs
Dr. Saamdu Chetri explains why emotional well-being is so crucial to leadership.
Current Affairs
Ernestine Fu, Paul Rivera, and Duncan Clark discuss harnessing the potential of artificial intelligence at the Asia 21 Young Leaders summit in Manila, Philippines.
Current Affairs
Robredo discusses her surprising political career and then engages in conversation with Timothy Graham Watts during the Asia 21 Young Leaders Conference.
Current Affairs
Durreen Shahnaz, John Haffner, and Rick Pal discuss the importance of values in leadership at the Asia 21 Young Leaders Summit in Manila, Philippines.
Current Affairs
The Philippine politician, a member of the inaugural Asia 21 Young Leaders class of 2006, spoke to participants of this year's summit about leadership.
Current Affairs
 /  New York
The ASPI vice president and veteran trade negotiator thinks the Trump administration will back off in fear of hurting American consumers.