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 /  New York

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.)


Current Affairs
 /  New York
Asia Society President and CEO Josette Sheeran speaks with the celebrated Indian entrepreneur and philanthropist Ajay Piramal.
Policy
 /  Texas
Dr. Dudley Poston discusses China’s one-child policy and its global implications.
Current Affairs
 /  Southern California
George Takei, Daniel Mayeda, Janet Yang, Arthur Dong, Marc Bernardin, and Emerlynn Lampitoc discuss the issues embodied by stereotypical jokes directed toward Asians at the Academy Awards.
Current Affairs
 /  New York
Billionaire investor and philanthropist discusses warning signs of a hard landing he's noticing in China.
Sunil Khilnani and Sreenivasan Jain discuss Khilnani's book "Incarnations: India in 50 lives."
Arts
Metropolitan Museum of Art curator Navina Haidar discusses the museum's exhibition on ancient Indo-Islamic art and culture.
Current Affairs
 /  New York
Jamil Anderlini, Lucy Hornby, and Richard McGregor of the Financial Times join George Soros and Orville Schell to discuss China's economic slowdown.
Policy
Harinder Sidhu and Gaurav Gupta discuss Australia's view of Asia.
Policy
Top Indian economic officials weigh in on the state of India's economy and the "Make in India" program.
Policy
Arun Jaitley and other high-level Indian officials discuss their country's "Make in India" program, which is aimed at facilitating investment, innovation, and manufacturing infrastructure.
Policy
Asia Society Policy Institute president speaks at the 2016 Her Village International Forum in Beijing.
Arts
 /  Hong Kong
World renowned choreographer and dancer Shen Wei discusses his first major solo art exhibition.