NEW YORK, March 27, 2013 — Celebrity chef Simpson Wong discusses his philosophy of cooking and what he learned from his mother, his youth in Malaysia, and his travels around Asia in an exclusive sit-down with Asia Society. (3 min., 59 sec.)
Dr. Scott Kurashige delivers the lecture "Representation to Revolution: What Asian American Studies Can Teach Us About Systems of Oppression" and appears in conversation with writer, scholar, and activist adrienne maree brown.
Asia Society Australia wraps up the year that rocked the world, examining the pandemic, the U.S. Election, Australia-China trade friction, economic recovery, President-elect Biden's cabinet, the WTO's new place, and more.
Three scholars of Byzantine, Islamic, non-Han Chinese, and Buddhist arts shed light on the wisdom from the Medieval period that is still visible today and explore the plurality of historical narratives.
Following introductory remarks from Kevin Rudd, the Asia Society Policy Institute president joins Henry Paulson and Josette Sheeran for a conversation about China's political outlook in the months and years to come.