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Stand-up comedians Tina Kim, Samson Koletkar, and Edwin Li discuss stereotyping and explain how they aim for the funny bone.
Business
Drawing on their new book The India Way, the Wharton School team explores Indian corporations' secrets to success.
Arts
Shalini Ayyagari, a specialist in North Indian musical practices, discusses the Dhrupad tradition prior to the Gundecha Brothers' Asia Society performance.
Arts
The renowned Gundecha Brothers bring the deeply spiritual Dhrupad music of north India to a New York audience.
Arts
Belle Yang describes the creative process behind her graphic memoir Forget Sorrow with the artist and writer Christine Norrie.
Business
Booz & Company's Edward Tse outlines what he sees as two of the defining traits of contemporary China.
Business
NEW YORK, May 5, 2010 - Booz & Company's Chairman for Greater China Edward Tse offers a long-range strategic plan for doing business as a global enterprise in China. (1 hr., 25 min.)
Arts
Travel writer and essayist Pico Iyer suggests several kinds of spirtual journeying are valid in our increasingly globalized world.
Dana Sachs explains how her title, The Life We Were Given, reflects the feeling of acceptance some transracial adoptees achieve.
Business
Albert Keidel and Nicholas R. Lardy offer contrasting views on the role of China's exchange rate in global finance.
Dana Sachs, Stephanie Wang-Breal, Dr. Amanda Baden, and Jared Rehberg assess the gains and losses that accompany international transracial adoption.
Business
Economists Nicholas R. Lardy and Albert Keidel debate the possible consequences of a Chinese currency revaluation with Leo Abruzzese.