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Why care about culture speakers
Article
Asia Society Conversations returned on 23 May to ask “Why Care About Culture?” Students, young professionals, and people from various sectors gathered to hear from a diverse group of panelists who have worked in multicultural environments: Amina Rasul, Dr. Alfredo Robles, Norberto “Peewee” Roldan, and Lester Estrada.
I.M. Pei celebrates his Asia Game Changer lifetime achievement award with his children and grandchildren. (Ellen Wallop/Asia Society)
Blog Post
The legendary architect, film director Zhang Yimou, and eight others were recognized for their achievements.
Video
The Syrian teenager was honored for her work as an education advocate in Jordan's refugee camps.
On March 31, 2016, a photographer holds his picture of the Temple of Bel taken on March 14, 2014 in front of the remains of the historic temple after it was destroyed by Islamic State group jihadists in September 2015 in the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra. (Joseph Eid/AFP/Getty Images)
Blog Post
A new report by a task force established to address antiquities trafficking in the Middle East lays out recommendations for governments, NGOs, and private stakeholders.
Video
Irina Bokova, Julie Bishop, and Nasser Judeh explain why terror groups like Daesh (ISIS) feel compelled to destroy historical monuments and ancient antiquities.
H.E. Omar Al-Nahar (left) and a scene from Misaeng (right).  Photo credit:  Joongang Ilbo and tvN
Article
The Jordanian ambassador to Korea shares his views on how the Korean drama Misaeng has played an important role in bringing the two cultures closer to each other.
Video
Milan Vaishnav and Sadanand Dhume contrast economic claims being made by the Congress Party and the BJP ahead of the upcoming vote.
Customers studying a menu at a Japanese restaurant. (christophe HUE/flickr)
Blog Post
In New York City, culinary crazes come and go every season, but the (re)discovery of Japan seems here to stay.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (2nd L), European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton (C ) and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif (2ndR) wait prior to a meeting on November 9, 2013, on the third day of talks on Iran's nuclear program at the Intercontinental Hotel in Geneva Switzerland. (Jean-Christophe Bott/AFP/Getty Images)
Blog Post
There's debate over sanctions relief to Iran ahead of more nuclear talks in Geneva. But are sanctions effective? Suzanne DiMaggio writes for the New York Times’ “Room for Debate” about how sanctions affected the reform process in Myanmar.
Chinese migrant workers leave their factory construction site for a lunch break in Beijing on March 16, 2012. (Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images)
Blog Post
In Asia, as in the U.S., business benefits from a cheap, reliable labor force that can be coerced into working long hours without protest.
L: French students at the Lavoisier high school in Paris on June 18, 2012. (Fred Dufour/AFP/GettyImages) / R: Chinese students after finishing the first day of the gaokao in Beijing on June 7, 2012. (STR/AFP/GettyImages)
Blog Post
Xu Jilin, a history professor at East China Normal University in Shanghai, posted questions from the French baccalauréat in an effort to cast an unflattering spotlight on China's own university entrance exam.
Article
Eight artists featured in Pia Getty's documentary see creativity as form of constructive resistance.
Article
Presenting in Asia Society Hong Kong Center
Article
Professor Ebrahim Moosa, Imam Khalid Latif and Imam Shamsi Ali
Article
Professor Ebrahim Moosa, Imam Khalid Latif and Imam Shamsi Ali
Children running (McKinsey & Co.)
report
A study on how the most-improved school systems did it, and what others can learn.