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A Conversation With Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X, Governor of the Yogyakarta Special Region (Complete)

NEW YORK, November 11, 2018 — Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X, Governor of the Yogyakarta Special Region in Indonesia discusses the history and living culture of Javanese court performance with Rachel Cooper, director of global performing arts and cultural initiatives at Asia Society. The conversation took place on the occasion of the sultan's visit to New York and was followed by a special performance at Asia Society. (56 min., 20 sec.)


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