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Asia Society
December 27, 2016

When Donald Trump was elected to become the 45th president of the United States in November, it sent shockwaves across the world, particularly in Asia. This episode of the Asia Society Podcast looks at how President-elect Trump might approach geopolitical hotspots including China, North Korea, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, India, and the Philippines.
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In recent years, Chinese authorities have increased censorship of foreign media in order to halt the spread of undesirable information. But recent studies have suggested that exposure to uncensored foreign media may actually help endear Chinese people to their country and government by giving a more complex image of life abroad and reinforcing a state-driven narrative of “hostile foreign forces.”
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The Chinese opera star Zhang Jun, a UNESCO Artist for Peace, delivered a rousing performance of his one-man show I, Hamlet at Asia Society in New York on Monday evening. Written in ancient Chinese prose, I, Hamlet is a virtuosic reimagining of Shakespeare's classic and an expert blend of Chinese and Western art forms.
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