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Asia Society Texas Center Commissions First Production in its 35-Year History in Collaboration with Houston Ballet
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Violet tulips blossom in the spring air in Yokohama-shi, Japan on March 27, 2015. (Toshihiro Gamo/Flickr)
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Colorful Tsurushi Bina dolls hang heavy on strings with wishes of health and well-being in Shizuoka, Japan on February 25, 2015. (Takashi .M/Flickr)
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Japan is seeing a rapid decline in its working — which could be an opportunity for companies to better utilize the advantages of female workers.
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Business
McKinsey & Co. Director Emeritus Joanna Barsh offers a list of reasons why Japanese women may be able to revitalize their country's economy.
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Business
Experts assess whether Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s “Womenomics” campaign can revitalize the Japanese economy through the economic power of women.
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A brown-eared bulbul sucks nectar from the apricot blossoms in Yokohama-shi, Japan on March 1, 2015. (Toshihiro Gamo/Flickr)
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Shinzo Abe is trying to get Japan's underrepresented women into the workforce to boost the economy. One expert discusses what leaders are doing right and what problems remain.
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Watch Japanese artist Takahiro Iwasaki piece together 'Out of Disorder (Folding Scenery),' which represents "the graceful transition of a Japanese landscape from the past to the present" at Asia Society Museum.
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Arts
Biwa master Akiko Sakurai performed a solo concert of narrative songs from Japan’s medieval period.
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A red fox gazes pensively at the snow in Shiroishi-shi, Japan on February 15, 2015. (St Rv/Flickr)
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Arts
Watch Japanese artist Takahiro Iwasaki construct a miniature world that represents "the graceful transition of a Japanese landscape from the past to the present," part of Asia Society Museum's 'In Focus' series.