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The renowned Gundecha Brothers bring the deeply spiritual Dhrupad music of north India to a New York audience.
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Belle Yang describes the creative process behind her graphic memoir Forget Sorrow with the artist and writer Christine Norrie.
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Travel writer and essayist Pico Iyer suggests several kinds of spirtual journeying are valid in our increasingly globalized world.
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Writer Anchee Min discusses what led her to write Pearl of China, her novel imagining the life of Nobel Laureate Pearl S. Buck, with Center on US-China Relations Fellow Emily Parker.
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Tibetan director Pema Tseden discusses the creative process behind his film The Search and his use of traditional Tibetan culture for inspiration.
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Independent curator France Morin explains how she came to choose Luang Prabang, Laos as the site of her public art project The Quiet in the Land.
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NEW YORK, April 6, 2010 - Writers, curators, and artists Carol Becker, Ann Hamilton, and France Morin explore an innovative 4-year public art program in Luang Prabang, Laos with Asia Society Presiden
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Curator Adriana Proser introduces the Asia Society Museum exhibition Pilgrimage and Buddhist Art.
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Asia Society Museum's Adriana Proser, curator of Pilgrimage and Buddhist Art, explores the relationship between Buddhist pilgrimage and Asian art.
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Alim Qasimov, Azerbaijan's best-known singer, and his daughter Fargana Qasimova perform with a quartet of virtuosic instrumentalists at Asia Society New York.
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Actress Zhao Tao and director Jia Zhangke discuss their long-running collaboration on such films as Platform and The World.
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Director Jia Zhangke discusses the aesthetic underlying his films and those of his peers in China's indie cinema movement.