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Can Buddhism End Political Tribalism?

NEW YORK, April 18, 2018 — Robert Wright, author of the recent book Why Buddhism Is True, explains how adopting the principle of mindfulness could erode political tribalism. Wright appeared in conversation with ABC News anchor Juju Chang. (5 min., 52 sec.)


Arts
 /  New York
Harvard University scholar assesses state of the art.
Arts
 /  New York
Composer Huang Ruo and conductor Carolyn Kuan share insights into the subject matter and music in Ruo's historical opera "Dr. Sun Yat-sen."
Arts
 /  Hong Kong
Hammad Nasar, Janet Carding, Sophie Makariou and Jessica Morgan discuss worldwide art exchanges at the inaugural Arts & Museum Summit.
Arts
 /  Hong Kong
Hammad Nasar, Janet Carding, Sophie Makariou, and Jessica Morgan assess methods of exchange for museums worldwide.
Arts
 /  Hong Kong
Hiroshi Sugimoto shares visionary architectural designs.
Arts
 /  Hong Kong
Melissa Chiu, Caroline Collier, Glenn Lowry, Lars Nittive, and Wang Chunchen share perspectives on the changing demographics of museum visitors.
Arts
 /  Hong Kong
Melissa Chiu is joined by Caroline Collier, Glenn Lowry, Lars Nittve, and Wang Chunchen for a look at the future of museums in the 21st century.
Arts
 /  New York
Ghasem Hijizadeh on his beginnings and evolution as an artist and his paintings.
Arts
Arts leaders from Gwangju, Mumbai, and London convene in Hong Kong.
Arts
Melissa Chiu summarizes key ideas at the 2013 Summit.
Arts
Yuko Hasegawa, Michael Brand, and Wang Chunchen consider "blue-sky propositions."
Arts
Hiroshi Sugimoto's keynote at first Arts & Museum Summit.