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This global non-profit organization forges "closer ties between Asia and the West through the arts, education, policy, and business outreach." The New York City chapter is located on the Upper East Side. Discussions, museum exhibits, and other cultural events are open to the public. Wheelchair accessible. Large-font brochures, listening devices, and headsets are also available.
Selections from the Asia Society Museum Collection.
Although banished to slavery in the rice fields, this blind Cambodian legend survived the Khmer Rouge to become the nation's living master of the traditional chapei dong veng, a two-stringed lute. Now in his seventies, Kong Nay sings about... More »
Film great Michelangelo Antonioni can be associated with many locales: the dreamy Mediterranean of L’Avventura or the intrusively mod London of Blow-Up. China, on the other hand, usually isn’t one of them, even though his little-known documentary... More »
If there’s an overarching theme to the New York Japan CineFest, aside from Japanese-inspired shorts by U.S.-based filmmakers, maybe it’s the unanswered questions we never thought to ask. Whatever happened to Kurosawa’s eighth samurai? Do dolphins... More »
Judging by his revelatory Coke Studio performance of "Alif Allah Chambay Dey Booti/Jugni" (8 million YouTube views and counting) in 2010, jovial Pakistani singing sensation (and sometime actor) Arif Lohar is among the more convincing Sufi-pop... More »
Ki Purbo Asmoro, the superstar puppeteer of Javanese shadow-puppet theater, will animate his exquisitely ornamented creations backed by a full Javanese gamelan orchestra. It's a relaxed tradition: Audience members are free to roam around the... More »
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