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Neten Chokling's sumptuous Himalyan murder mystery's London debut Dec.10 - 0.30 Ven

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UK Film Debut: Neten Chokling's stunning "Milarepa" (Bhutan)

Thursday 10 December 8:00 PM

Apollo Cinema, Piccadilly Circus

Lecture: Babur Nama – An Emperor’s Diary

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Asia House Lecture: Zahir Uddin Muhammad Babur - Uzbek warlord, descendant of Tamerlaine and Genghis Khan and the first emperor of Mughal India - kept a diary from the age of 10. Action packed, vividly descriptive the Babur Nama is perhaps the greatest autobiography of any ruler in history. Dilip Hiro discusses the extraordinary memoir and reads some delightful extracts.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009
London, England

"Crossroads" Photography Exhibit by Chen Jiagang

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The Paris-Being Photo Gallery presents Chen Jiagang's phenomenal and monumental black and white works that retrace the the ancient path of civilization that established contact between East and West.

May 30th to July 11st 2009
Beijing, China

The Great Taklamakan

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A photo essay of the great unforgiving desert separating the Silk Road's north and south routes: Taklamakan, Xinjiang Province, China

"Taklamakan" means "Can't get out once you've come in"