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6 May
More than 1,000 people visited Asia Society New York on Friday to help kick off Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with a celebration featuring drinks, dancing, and Korean BBQ.
27 February
"In this kind of music, the audience and the musician should become one," notes the Tehran-based vocalist, composer, and multi-instrumentalist.
7 November
Malaysia's Sutra Dance Theater enacts the love between Krishna and Radha in a compelling, color-filled performance.
12 October
An instrumental quartet from northwest Pakistan got an Asia Society crowd moving with their update on tradition.
17 September
In pictures: a host of contemporary artists and the Korean Consul General attended kickoff events for Asia Society Museum's latest exhibition.
4 September
In a talk with ESPN's Jeremy Schaap, author Dan Washburn relates some of the human costs inherent in the rush to develop golf courses in traditionally rural parts of China.
27 June
Johnny Mok and Ronnie Chan discuss prospects for Hong Kong's 2017 elections for chief executive and why its government may be “more perfect” than Western democracies.
19 June
A new generation of singers and composers is taking China's presence on international opera stages far beyond "Turandot."
16 May
Song, dance, percussion, and a didgeridoo combine to create a spell in Asia Society's auditorium.
5 May
Okwui Enwezor, Rirkrit Tiravanija, and Melissa Chiu examine current trends in international contemporary art.