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 /  New York

Reconciling Buddhism And Buddhists' Atrocities

NEW YORK, February 16, 2018 — Thupten Jinpa, a Buddhist scholar and the longtime English translator of the Dalai Lama, explains how to reconcile the compassionate teachings of Buddhism with Buddhists' atrocious treatment of the Muslim Rohingya minority in Myanmar. (1 min., 46 sec.)


Business
 /  Australia
World Bank President Robert Zoellick discusses the Chinese economy.
Policy
 /  India

MUMBAI, July 12, 2011 — Speaking in the wake of Japan's March 2011 disaster, Hartosh Singh Bal, Political Editor of Open magazine, decries claims that earthquakes can be predicted with certainty. (2 min., 29 sec.)

Arts
Emilio "Buddha Stretch" Austin Jr. and his troupe of dancers, drummers and martial artists take audience questions after their galvanizing performance.
Arts
Locking, popping, martial arts derring-do and other high points from the Hip Hop Kung Fu event on Asia Society's stage.
Arts
Dancers, drummers and martial artists demonstrate the influences of Asian culture on hip hop in this high-energy performance.
Arts

NEW YORK, July 26, 2011 — Asia Society Museum Director Melissa Chiu leads a discussion on the exhibition Ai Weiwei: New York Photographs 1983-1993 with poet and writer Bob Rosenthal, art historian and pho

Tom Brokaw, former anchor of NBC Nightly News, reflects on reporting trips to China that span four decades.
Business
 /  Hong Kong

HONG KONG, July 22, 2011 — Australian MP Barry O'Farrell, Premier of New South Wales, discusses establishing infrastructure in New South Wales and plans for driving Hong Kong investment in Australia. (2 min., 51 sec.)

Policy

NEW YORK, July 21, 2011 — Tatsuaki Kobayashi moderates a discussion with Noboru Hayase, Fukiko Ishii and Tae Namba, all representing key Japanese civil society organizations worki

Policy

NEW YORK, July 19, 2011 — Dr. Lobsang Sangay, Prime Minister of the Tibetan Government in Exile, says Tibetans are committed to maintaining a non-violent movement, but it will be difficult. (1 min., 31 sec.)

Policy

NEW YORK, July 19, 2011 — Dr. Lobsang Sangay, Prime Minister of the Tibetan Government in Exile, says Tibetans will continue to protest until they have genuine autonomy within China because they are "desperate." (1 min., 33 sec.)

Policy

NEW YORK, July 19, 2011 — Dr. Lobsang Sangay, Prime Minister of the Tibetan Government in Exile, says the answer is clear as to whether the Dalai Lama or the Communist Party of China should select the next Dalai L