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Taiwan in the 21st Century (Complete)

HOUSTON, May 17, 2014 — Four thought leaders assemble at Asia Society Texas Center for an in-depth discussion on Taiwan's economic ascent: Professor Rwei-Ren Wu, Academia Sinica; Professor June Teufel Dreyer, University of Miami; J. Michael Cole, Senior Staff Member, Thinking Taiwan Foundation, Moderator: Dr. Hans Stockton, University of St. Thomas. (1 hr., 36 min.)

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Current Affairs
 /  Australia
The economics panel voiced their alarm about a world so dependent on U.S. growth.
Current Affairs
 /  Australia
The Business Standards Ltd Chairman opened the economics session at Asia Society Australia and Bloomberg's annual executive forum.
Current Affairs
 /  Australia
The geopolitics panel debates the repercussions of China’s rising assertiveness in a region that has been driven by economic integration.
Arts
 /  New York
Musicians and dancers from the court of Hamengkubuwono X, Sultan of Yogyakarta, perform a traditional Indonesian dance.
Arts
 /  New York
Examples of golek menak and wayang wong forms of traditional Indonesian dance.
Current Affairs
 /  Southern California
He was honored for his innovation in a dynamic global market and for advocating for diversity and inclusion. 
Policy
 /  New York
"In its effort to isolate China, the United States risks isolating itself."
Policy
 /  New York
"We have diverging interests, on many issues where the United States and China should agree."
Current Affairs
 /  Australia
California-based China expert Minxin Pei set the tone for the opening session by detailing China's charm offensive in the region.
Arts
 /  New York
The sultan discusses the history and living culture of performing arts in the Javanese court with Asia Society's Rachel Cooper.
Arts
 /  New York
Experts in the arts, technology, and philanthropy share their experience in making art more accessible to wider audiences.
Arts
 /  New York
Art, design, and technology experts present their observations about the shifting habit of encountering culture through a screen rather than in person.