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Asia Society
November 1, 2016

Ahead of Asia Society's seventh annual U.S.-China Film Summit last week, ChinaFile Managing Editor and China Film Insider Founding Editor Jonathan Landreth discussed why China’s box office growth has been slowing and why he’s optimistic about the state of the country’s film relationship with the United States.
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Asian Americans have traditionally had lower political participation than other minority groups, but that’s quickly changing as their numbers grow and more Asian Americans win elected office. In Asia Blog, Asian American elected officials describe how far they’ve come, but how barriers like the perception of being “perpetual foreigners” still bleed into the electoral process.
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From the painstaking traditions of creating sake in Japan, the scourge of gendercide across India, and a look at North Korea from the inside-out, Netflix boasts an impressive collection of documentary films set in Asia. Here are some of our favorites.
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