Featuring contributions from the world’s leading thinkers on Asian and Asian American affairs, the third edition of Asia Society Magazine is a must-read for anyone interested in understanding the issues that mattered in 2021, and what to expect in 2022. Pulitzer Prize winning Afghan photographer Massoud Hossaini shares the last batch of images he took in his homeland — before he fled to save his life. Six renowned Indian artists offer lockdown-inspired works from an “absent year.” Veteran Asian American activist Helen Zia, after a year of xenophobic hatred in the U.S., reflects on what has — and hasn’t — changed since the movement began decades ago. And Asia Society President Kevin Rudd explains why a grouping of countries known as the Quad “represents one of the most consequential challenges to Chinese ambitions in the years ahead.” Other topics covered include COVID’s “counterpunch”; a most unusual Tokyo Olympics; the global supply chain shuffle; the partnership necessary to fight climate change; charming Chinatown style; favorite AAPI artists; the mind of the Iranian voter; a violent coup in Myanmar; the importance of teaching Asian American history; and much, much more. Beautifully designed, and featuring contributions from seven sought-after illustrators and data visualization artists, Asia Society Magazine makes the perfect gift or coffee table addition. Supplies are limited — order today.
Featured contributors: Wendy Cutler, Sally Deng, Amir Farmanesh, Glenn Harvey, Henry Kissinger, Stewart Kwoh, Andria Lo, Valerie Luu, Mary Kay Magistad, Michelle Yun Mapplethorpe, Motoko Rich, Daniel Russel, Abhay Sardesai, Orville Schell, George Shultz, Alice Su, Mojo Wang, Thom Woodroofe, Namgay Zam.