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Lew: China, Other Emerging Markets 'Deserve to Have Their Voices Heard'
Lew: China, Other Emerging Markets 'Deserve to Have Their Voices Heard'

SAN FRANCISCO, March 31, 2015 — In a special address at Asia Society Northern California following his trip to Beijing, U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew says the U.S. “stands ready to welcome new additions to the international development architecture, including the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank,” provided they complement existing financial institutions.
Watch the complete program: http://asi.as/oB0gNk

Lew: China Cannot Lead in Innovation by Mandating Indigenous Technology
Lew: China Cannot Lead in Innovation by Mandating Indigenous Technology

SAN FRANCISCO, March 31, 2015 — In a special address at Asia Society Northern California following his trip to Beijing, U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew emphasizes the importance of U.S. technology having fair access to China’s market.
Watch the complete program: http://asi.as/oB0gNk

Blaine Harden Discusses Shin Dong-hyuk Prison Camp Retractions
Blaine Harden Discusses Shin Dong-hyuk Prison Camp Retractions

SAN FRANCISCO, March 24, 2015 — Blaine Harden, author of the non-fiction book Escape from Camp 14, discusses recent revelations that the North Korean prison camp survivor depicted in his book retracted parts of his story.
Watch the complete program: http://asi.as/HmmyMH

Buddhist Art of Myanmar: Double-Sided Stele Installation Timelapse
Buddhist Art of Myanmar: Double-Sided Stele Installation Timelapse

NEW YORK, March 23, 2015 — Watch a team of art handlers orchestrate the installation of a 724-pound sandstone sculpture that dates back to the fourth to sixth century for Asia Society Museum's exhibition Buddhist Art of Myanmar prior to its opening on February 10, 2015.
Buddhist Art of Myanmar exhibition website: http://asi.as/AS15BAM

Japan: Demographics as a Catalyst for Change
Japan: Demographics as a Catalyst for Change

NEW YORK, March 16, 2015 — Responding to a prompt by Financial Times correspondent Henny Sender, McKinsey & Co. Director Emeritus Joanna Barsh offers a list of reasons why Japanese women may be able to revitalize their country's economy.
Watch the complete program: http://asi.as/K4vSM9
Asia Blog interview with Naoko Ogawa: http://asi.as/O8edLx

Steven Chu: The Politics of Clean Energy in China and the US
Steven Chu: The Politics of Clean Energy in China and the US

SAN FRANCISCO, March 4, 2015 — Speaking with Orville Schell and Geoffrey Cowan at an Asia Society Northern California report launch, former U.S. Secretary of Energy and Nobel laureate Steven Chu compares how the U.S. and China have gone about developing clean energy infrastructure, and what influence their respective political structures have on climate change policy.
Watch the complete program: http://asi.as/m8LXxx
Learn more about the report: http://asi.as/w78TTW

Video: Conserving Buddhist Art of Myanmar
Video: Conserving Buddhist Art of Myanmar

NEW YORK, March 10, 2015 — Art conservator Leslie Gat shares her insights about art conservation and describes how some of the objects in Asia Society Museum's Buddhist Art of Myanmar were conserved for the exhibition and beyond.
Buddhist Art of Myanmar exhibition website: http://asi.as/AS15BAM

Director Q & A: Midi Z and Wu Ke-Xi on 'Ice Poison'
Director Q & A: Midi Z and Wu Ke-Xi on 'Ice Poison'

NEW YORK, March 6, 2015 — Film director Midi Z and actress Wu Ke-Xi attend the opening of the film series Homecoming Myanmar: A Midi Z Retrospective and discuss the film Ice Poison (2014) with Asia Society Film Curator La Frances Hui. Midi Z is known for his intimate and authentic portraits of people struggling with poverty on the margins of Myanmar society. Introductory remarks, followed by post-screening.
Asia Blog interview with Midi Z: http://asi.as/OdM2bn

Director Q & A: Midi Z and Wu Ke-Xi on 'The Palace on the Sea' and 'Return to Burma'
Director Q & A: Midi Z and Wu Ke-Xi on 'The Palace on the Sea' and 'Return to Burma'

NEW YORK, March 7, 2015 — Myanmar-born and Taiwan-based film director Midi Z and Taiwan actress Wu Ke-Xi speak with Asia Society Film Curator La Frances Hui following the screening of the short film The Palace on the Sea (2014) and the feature film Return to Burma (2011). The films are part of the series Homecoming Myanmar: A Midi Z Retrospective. The speakers offer tales of filming in Myanmar and share their views on life in a changing Myanmar.
Asia Blog interview with Midi Z: http://asi.as/OdM2bn

Japanese Artist Takahiro Iwasaki at Work
Japanese Artist Takahiro Iwasaki at Work

NEW YORK, February 23, 2015 — 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.
Takahiro Iwasaki: In Focus exhibition website: http://asi.as/ny2knq

Why Asian Pacific Women Lag in Leadership Roles
Why Asian Pacific Women Lag in Leadership Roles

SAN FRANCISCO, February 25, 2015 - Purnima Kochikar, Anna Mock, Leona Tang, and Janet Yang discuss why female and minority representation in upper corporate management lags despite studies showing that they benefit the bottom line. Janet Wong moderates the conversation.
Watch the complete program: http://asi.as/ma7b2C

Kristof: Civil Society as a Guarantee of Sustainability
Kristof: Civil Society as a Guarantee of Sustainability

NEW YORK, February 26, 2015 — In conversation with Asia Society President Josette Sheeran, New York Times columnist and social activist Nicholas Kristof speculates about China's future and offers thoughts on the relationship between economic liberalization and political openness.
Watch the complete program: http://asi.as/v7ltzF
Asia Blog interview with Nicholas Kristof: http://asi.as/NBs4CR

Kristof: 'A Real Failure to Cover Humanitarian Crises'
Kristof: 'A Real Failure to Cover Humanitarian Crises'

NEW YORK, February 26, 2015 — Responding to a question from Asia Society President Josette Sheeran about Darfur, New York Times columnist and social activist Nicholas Kristof bemoans the selective attention given by Western news organizations to matters like Syria's refugee crisis. "If these issues are not covered," he notes, "they will not get addressed."
Watch the complete program: http://asi.as/v7ltzF
Asia Blog interview with Nicholas Kristof: http://asi.as/NBs4CR

Evans J.R. Revere: 'At the End of the Day, China Has North Korea's Back'
Evans J.R. Revere: 'At the End of the Day, China Has North Korea's Back'

NEW YORK, February 25, 2014 — Victor Cha and Evans J.R. Revere discuss China’s relationship with North Korea, the instability of Kim Jong-Un’s regime, and how it’s affecting security in Northeast Asia.
Watch the complete program: http://asi.as/vNKQtN

Margaret Ng: Taiwan Sees Hong Kong as a 'Cautionary Tale'
Margaret Ng: Taiwan Sees Hong Kong as a 'Cautionary Tale'

NEW YORK, February 24, 2015 — Lawyer, journalist, and former politician Margaret Ng discusses Hong Kong's Occupy Central movement and where Hong Kongers should and shouldn't make compromises related to the Chinese mainland and democracy.
Watch the complete program: http://asi.as/XvbrBZ

Michael Meyer: 'There Are No 4-H Clubs in China'
Michael Meyer: 'There Are No 4-H Clubs in China'

NEW YORK, February 18, 2015 — In a discussion centered on his new book In Manchuria: A Village Called Wasteland and the Transformation of Rural China, author Michael Meyer describes the depopulation of China's rural areas, and attendant pressures on its agriculture, to fellow writer Ian Buruma. Presented by ChinaFile, the online magazine of Asia Society's Center on U.S.-China Relations.
Watch the complete program: http://asi.as/QNwUcE
View related slideshow: http://asi.as/0233BP
Read an excerpt from In Manchuria: http://asi.as/U7rYRA

Kevin Rudd: 'A Posture of Constructive Realism'
Kevin Rudd: 'A Posture of Constructive Realism'

NEW YORK, February 17, 2015 — President of the Asia Society Policy Institute Kevin Rudd calls for China and the U.S. to adopt "a posture of constructive realism" in which they first identify areas "where they cannot agree," such as political values, before determining a list of issues (like climate change) on which they may be able to work together "in order to advance not only their national interests, but also their bilateral interests and the world’s interests."
Watch the complete program: http://asi.as/GRrxk2
Read the program summary: http://asi.as/mIf8sA

Regression and Revival in the Chinese Economy
Regression and Revival in the Chinese Economy

SAN FRANCISCO, February 3, 2015 — In one of the inaugural events of Asia Society's Forecast Asia discussion series, Nicholas R. Lardy, Barry Naughton, and Laura Tyson offer contrasting yet nuanced takes on how, and how well, China weathered the global economic slowdown.
Watch the complete program: http://asi.as/DUqZS4

Buddhist Art of Myanmar: Earth Goddess (Vasudhara)
Buddhist Art of Myanmar: Earth Goddess (Vasudhara)

NEW YORK, February 10, 2015 — Sylvia Fraser-Lu, guest curator for Asia Society Museum's exhibition Buddhist Art of Myanmar, explains the significance of Earth Goddess (Vasudhara), a 19th-century sculpture (wood, lacquer, and gold leaf) depicting an elegantly dressed, kneeling female figure with distinctive long tresses.
Buddhist Art of Myanmar exhibition website: http://asi.as/AS15BAM

Buddhist Art of Myanmar: 19th-Century Bronze Bell
Buddhist Art of Myanmar: 19th-Century Bronze Bell

NEW YORK, February 10, 2015 — Adriana Proser, John H. Foster Senior Curator for Traditional Asian Art at Asia Society Museum, shares her insights into a bronze bell, dating from 1884, featured in the Asia Society Museum exhibition Buddhist Art of Myanmar.
Buddhist Art of Myanmar exhibition website: http://asi.as/AS15BAM

Buddhist Art of Myanmar: Birth of the Buddha
Buddhist Art of Myanmar: Birth of the Buddha

NEW YORK, February 10, 2015 — Donald Stadtner, a guest curator of Asia Society Museum's exhibition Buddhist Art of Myanmar, shares his insights into a late-12th-century sandstone sculpture, Birth of the Buddha, relating how its many intricate details cumulatively add up to a sense that this was a "miraculous birth."
Buddhist Art of Myanmar exhibition website: http://asi.as/AS15BAM

Museums in the 21st Century: New Paradigms and Practices
Museums in the 21st Century: New Paradigms and Practices

NEW YORK, January 29, 2015 — On the release of Asia Society's publication Making a Museum in the 21st Century, Richard Armstrong, Melissa Chiu, and Tom Finkelpearl discuss different financial models for museums in the U.S. and abroad, maintaining relevance in the 21st century, and potential new directions in museum education. Asia Society's Peggy Loar moderates.
Watch the complete program: http://asi.as/JaiEIo
More about Making a Museum in the 21st Century: http://asi.as/wFfShY

The Museum in a 'Majority-Minority' Community
The Museum in a 'Majority-Minority' Community

NEW YORK, January 29, 2015 — On the release of Asia Society's publication Making a Museum in the 21st Century, Tom Finkelpearl, commissioner of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, draws on his years as head of the Queens Museum in remarks on the need for more diverse museum personnel in a multicultural, 21st-century society.
Watch the complete program: http://asi.as/JaiEIo
More about Making a Museum in the 21st Century: http://asi.as/wFfShY

In Concert: Khumariyaan
In Concert: Khumariyaan

NEW YORK, October 12, 2014 — Khumariyaan, an instrumental quartet from Peshawar, Pakistan, performs in a concert that was part of a U.S. tour sponsored by the U.S. State Department's Center Stage program. Khumariyaan's members are Farhan Bogra, rubab and Pashtoon sitar; Shiraz Khan, percussion (Zerbaghali); Sparlay Rawail, lead guitar and Ghungro percussion; and Aamer Shafiq, rhythm guitar.
Watch the post-concert Q & A: http://asi.as/jww6ev
Program notes and related slideshow: http://asi.as/URUhFl

Artist Q & A: Khumariyaan
Artist Q & A: Khumariyaan

NEW YORK, October 12, 2014 — The four members of Khumariyaan — Farhan Bogra, Shiraz Khan, Sparlay Rawail, and Aamer Shafiq — participate in a post-show discussion with members of the audience and Asia Society's Director of Global Performing Arts and Special Cultural Initiatives Rachel Cooper.
Watch the complete concert: http://asi.as/ERBQnP
Program notes and related slideshow: http://asi.as/URUhFl

Shanghai/New York: Future Histories — Artists' Q & A
Shanghai/New York: Future Histories — Artists' Q & A

NEW YORK, January 13, 2015 — Composer Tan Dun and Asia Society's Rachel Cooper lead a Q & A session with composers and performers behind Shanghai/New York: Future Histories, a showcase for emerging Chinese composers that is a joint project of Asia Society and Performance Space 122 in collaboration with China Shanghai International Arts Festival (CSIAF).
Find out more: http://asi.as/3l5z8m

Sam Wu's 'dolphin songs' Onstage at Asia Society
Sam Wu's 'dolphin songs' Onstage at Asia Society

NEW YORK, January 13, 2015 — Musicians Audrey Chen (cello); Andrew Funcheon (percussion); Jocelin Pan (viola); Emma Powell (violin); Thomas Reeves (piano); and Annie Wu (bamboo flute) perform Sam Wu's four-movement work dolphin songs, which the composer describes as a lament for the Yangtze River's recently extinct white dolphins. Part of Shanghai/New York: Future Histories, a co-presentation between Asia Society and Performance Space 122 in collaboration with the China Shanghai International Arts Festival (CSIAF).
Watch the Q&A: http://asi.as/3ZVNNC

Zulan's 'Death and the Maiden' Onstage at Asia Society
Zulan's 'Death and the Maiden' Onstage at Asia Society

NEW YORK, January 13, 2015 — Mongolian composer Zulan's three-movement chamber work Death and the Maiden comes to life onstage via musicians Borjigin (tovshuur, chor, and hoomii); Chen Shijie (percussion); Khasbagen (morin khurr); Song Zhao (cello); and the composer herself on piano and vocals. Part of Shanghai/New York: Future Histories, a co-presentation between Asia Society and Performance Space 122 in collaboration with the China Shanghai International Arts Festival (CSIAF).
Watch the Q&A: http://asi.as/3ZVNNC

Qin Yi's 'Mirror Mind' Onstage at Asia Society
Qin Yi's 'Mirror Mind' Onstage at Asia Society

NEW YORK, January 13, 2015 — Performer Wu Shuang and percussionist Zhang Zujing perform Qin Yi's Mirror Mind, a new work that combines acting, live percussion, electronic music, and interactive multimedia. Part of Shanghai/New York: Future Histories, a co-presentation between Asia Society and Performance Space 122 in collaboration with the China Shanghai International Arts Festival (CSIAF).
Watch the Q&A: http://asi.as/3ZVNNC

'You Really Don't Want to Mess ... with North Korea'
'You Really Don't Want to Mess ... with North Korea'

NEW YORK, December 17, 2014 — Analyst and Eurasia Group President Ian Bremmer weighs in on the cyber-attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment by forces reportedly related to the government of North Korea, and its security implications going forward.
Watch the complete program: http://scty.asia/1sJX8ck

Ian Bremmer: 'Iran Is Getting Tougher'
Ian Bremmer: 'Iran Is Getting Tougher'

NEW YORK, December 17, 2014 — In an exchange with Asia Society Executive Vice President Tom Nagorski, analyst and Eurasia Group President Ian Bremmer expresses his concern that the window of opportunity for a U.S.-Iranian nuclear deal is closing, especially given the distraction of the campaign against ISIS in neighboring Syria and Iraq.
Watch the complete program: http://scty.asia/1sJX8ck

Why 2015 is Narendra Modi's Critical Year
Why 2015 is Narendra Modi's Critical Year

NEW YORK, December 17, 2014 — Ruchir Sharma of Morgan Stanley Investment Management explains why the Feb. 2015 Indian budget is Prime Minister Narendra Modi's chance to meet expectations for definitive reform, while Eurasia Group President Ian Bremmer describes how India's traditional bureaucracy and corruption have long hindered its growth. Asia Society President Josette Sheeran stresses the need for India to become a viable participant in the world economy.
Watch the complete program: http://scty.asia/1sJX8ck

Eric Gamalinda: 'I Was Finding a Lot of Stories'
Eric Gamalinda: 'I Was Finding a Lot of Stories'

NEW YORK, December 1, 2014 — At the launch of his his new novel The Descartes Highlands (Akashic Books, 2014), Eric Gamalinda talks with fellow writer Jessica Hagedorn about how his early attraction to journalism fed his literary aspirations and acknowledges the complexities inherent in being a post-colonial writer.

Watch the complete program: http://scty.asia/12Ex6dZ
Read an excerpt from The Descartes Highlands: http://scty.asia/12EwZz3

New Media Art: 'If It's Got Software, You Want the Code'
New Media Art: 'If It's Got Software, You Want the Code'

NEW YORK, November 24, 2014 — Snippets from historical overviews of new media art by former MoMA curator Barbara London and Tim Griffin, Executive Director and Chief Curator at The Kitchen preceded a discussion between London and Asia Society Museum Senior Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art Michelle Yun about the challenges inherent in preserving and presenting new media art when the technology behind it often becomes obsolete. In conjunction with Asia Society Museum's exhibition Nam June Paik: Becoming Robot.

Watch the complete program: http://scty.asia/1zIYv9u

Henry Paulson: China 'Can't Succeed' with Current Economic Model
Henry Paulson: China 'Can't Succeed' with Current Economic Model

NEW YORK, October 22, 2014 — Henry M. Paulson, Jr., former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury and chairman of the Paulson Institute, assesses China's ambitious program of economic reforms, emphasizing the need for greater competition, both internal and foreign.

Paulson and Rudd: Asia and the World Order: http://scty.asia/WUKjw8

Robert D. Kaplan: 'A More Crowded, Nervous, Anxious World'
Robert D. Kaplan: 'A More Crowded, Nervous, Anxious World'

NEW YORK, November 12, 2014 — Atlantic foreign correspondent and author Robert D. Kaplan argues that a host of factors, such as East Asian nationalism and capitalist growth, have contributed to the erosion of American naval dominance in Asian waters, and says that tensions surrounding the South China Sea indicate that we've entered "a more crowded, nervous, anxious world."

Watch the complete program: http://scty.asia/1oRxXlP
Book Excerpt: Asia's Cauldron: The South China Sea and the End of a Stable Pacific by Robert D. Kaplan: http://scty.asia/1uCFDKC

'Iranians Are Extremely Curious About the World'
'Iranians Are Extremely Curious About the World'

NEW YORK, November 17, 2014 — Salar Abdoh, author of the novel Tehran at Twilight and editor of the anthology Tehran Noir, talks to Roya Hakakian about the role of books and censorship in Iranian society while also explaining that the vast Persian classical tradition doesn't furnish a contemporary writer with much of a "noir" vocabulary.
Watch the complete program: http://scty.asia/1v5djLg
Read Salar Abdoh's foreword to Tehran Noir: http://scty.asia/1wZSftd

Hong Kong: 'The Society Needs to Go On as a Whole'
Hong Kong: 'The Society Needs to Go On as a Whole'

NEW YORK, October 28, 2014 — Highlights from a panel discussion on Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests, with commentary from Johns Hopkins University Associate Professor Ho-Fung Hung, NewsChina magazine CEO Fred Teng, Ishaan Tharoor of the Washington Post, moderated by Asia Society's Orville Schell.
Watch the complete program: http://scty.asia/1wFhfoW
Read the program summary: http://scty.asia/1rSJEUo

Arts & Museum Summit: Three Words for the 21st Century
Arts & Museum Summit: Three Words for the 21st Century

HONG KONG, November 2013 — Asked to provide three words that best characterize what a museum needs to be in the 21st century, museum directors from around the world offer a range of suggestions such as "dynamic," "collaborative," "generous," "adventurous," "agile," "transparent," and many more. (2 min., 1 sec.)
More about the 2013 Arts & Museum Summit: http://scty.asia/1tzvayc

What Should a Museum Be in the 21st Century?
What Should a Museum Be in the 21st Century?

HONG KONG, November 2013 — Convened for Asia Society's inaugural Arts & Museum Summit, an international array of leading museum world professionals — including Melissa Chiu, Alan Chong, Caroline Collier, Glenn D. Lowry, Sophie Makariou, Lars Nittve, and Chunchen Wang — speculate on what will have to change, and what won't, as museums gradually evolve and try to remain relevant in the 21st century.
More about the 2013 Arts & Museum Summit: http://scty.asia/1tzvayc

DJ Spooky and Jonah Bokaer's 'Paik Variations I-III'
DJ Spooky and Jonah Bokaer's 'Paik Variations I-III'

NEW YORK, September 8, 2014 — Composer Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky and choreographer/dancer Jonah Bokaer present Paik Variations I-III, commissioned by Asia Society for the gala opening of its exhibition Nam June Paik: Becoming Robot. They are joined by Rami Seo on kayagŭm and dancer Eunbin Lim, with live projections by CultureHub. Video directed and edited by Michael McAteer.
More information: http://scty.asia/1uuPpt3

Director Q & A: Howard Weinberg on 'Nam June Paik & TV Lab: License to Create'
Director Q & A: Howard Weinberg on 'Nam June Paik & TV Lab: License to Create'

NEW YORK, October 22, 2014 — Asia Society Film Curator La Frances Hui speaks with documentary filmmaker Howard Weinberg after a screening of his work-in-progress Nam June Paik & TV Lab: License to Create, a look back at the pioneering Television Lab at WNET/Channel 13 in New York City in its 1970s and early '80s heyday.
Nam June Paik: Becoming Robot exhibition website: http://scty.asia/njprobot

'There Is Something Shifting Under Our Feet'
'There Is Something Shifting Under Our Feet'

NEW YORK, October 22, 2014 — At the New York launch of Asia Society Policy Institute's new report Avoiding the Blind Alley: China's Economic Overhaul and Its Global Implications, Orville H. Schell, and John S. (Jack) Wadsworth, Jr., and Daniel H. Rosen outline likely outcomes of China's economic reforms for American policy and business.
Watch the complete program: http://scty.asia/1wkQJlz
More information/Download the report: http://scty.asia/aspiba14

Daniel H. Rosen: 'Avoiding the Blind Alley'
Daniel H. Rosen: 'Avoiding the Blind Alley'

NEW YORK, October 22, 2014 — Daniel H. Rosen, Fall 2014 Wadsworth Fellow at the Asia Society Policy Institute (ASPI) and China Practice Leader at the Rhodium Group, presents findings of his ASPI report Avoiding the Blind Alley: China's Economic Overhaul and Its Global Implications.
Watch the complete program: http://scty.asia/1wkQJlz

Kevin Rudd: China's Internal Debate on Reforms
Kevin Rudd: China's Internal Debate on Reforms

NEW YORK, October 22, 2014 — In conjunction with the release of a new Asia Society Policy Institute (ASPI) report on China's economic reforms, incoming ASPI President Kevin Rudd assesses some of the strengths and weaknesses of those reforms as they have so far been visible to outside observers.
More information/Download the report: http://scty.asia/aspiba14

Kevin Rudd: The Role of an Asia Society Policy Institute
Kevin Rudd: The Role of an Asia Society Policy Institute

NEW YORK, October 21, 2014 — Former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, incoming President of the Asia Society Policy Institute (ASPI), outlines some of the broad policy and strategic issues relating to Asia in the 21st century and how ASPI is positioned to bring fresh perspectives and original thinking to those challenges.
Former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd to Head Asia Society Policy Institute: http://scty.asia/mrkrudd
More about the Asia Society Policy Institute: http://scty.asia/aspolicy

Malala Yousafzai: 'We Have to Do It Together'
Malala Yousafzai: 'We Have to Do It Together'

BIRMINGHAM, October 16, 2014 — Speaking from England, education advocate Malala Yousafzai accepts her Asia Game Changer Award from Asia Society, and expresses her hope that joint worldwide effort can ensure access to education for girls and young women from Nigeria to Jordan to her native Pakistan. (3
Photos: Asia Society Honors Jack Ma, Other 'Asia Game Changers' at United Nations: http://scty.asia/1vo61qt
Asia Society 2014 Asia Game Changer Awards (official website): http://scty.asia/asgc2014

Ban Ki-moon: 'Asia Has a Leadership Role'
Ban Ki-moon: 'Asia Has a Leadership Role'

NEW YORK, October 16, 2014 — The United Nations Secretary-General salutes the "array of remarkable Asians" convened at the UN for Asia Society's inaugural Asia Game Changer awards.

Photos: Asia Society Honors Jack Ma, Other 'Asia Game Changers' at United Nations: http://scty.asia/1yK80bh
Jack Ma: 'Small Is Beautiful, Small Is Powerful': http://scty.asia/1von8Zf
Asia Society 2014 Asia Game Changer Awards (official website): http://scty.asia/asgc2014

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