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.)
Asia Society Southern California hosts fireside chats with three leading Chinese and U.S. entertainment executives as they share their insights into the current state of the China and U.S. media industries.
Asia Society Triennial Artistic Director Michelle Yun Mapplethorpe explores the sociopolitical and emotional schism of North and South Korea through the lens of contemporary art with artists Mina Cheon, Kyungah Ham, and Minouk Lim.
Wendy Cutler, Rupert Hammond-Chambers, and Roy Chun Lee discuss whether a deal would be in the U.S.' national interest and to what degree it might provoke China. James K.J. Lee provided opening remarks.
Director Shekhar Kapur, studio executive Sameer Nair, and entertainment lawyer Gowree Gokhale look into the current state of India’s entertainment industry with a particular focus on television and film.
Peilin Chou and Cathy Ang discuss the significance of the film 'Over the Moon' in advancing diversity in Hollywood and explain how a musical adventure blending Chinese mythology and childhood fantasy resonates with a global audience.