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Asia Society

725 Park Ave. New York, NY 10021 | East 70s | 212-288-6400

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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.


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