RAS Event 25 April: Stories of Things

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Private venue (Yuyuan Rd)
Shanghai, China
Tomorrow (7 PM)
Exact location will be provided to registered attendees prior to the event.

RAS Documentary: Nowhere to Call Home

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Writer's Bookstore
Shanghai, China
Sunday, Apr 28th (6 PM)
上海市静安区巨鹿路677号作家书店,近陕西南路
677 Julu Rd, near Shaanxi South Rd

RAS Salon 3 May: Finding KUKAN – A “Lost” Oscar-Winning Film of China

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Punchline Café
Shanghai, China
Friday, May 3rd (7 PM)
Paramount Metropolis, 22F
1728 West Nanjing Road
南京西路1728号22楼

RAS Special Event: 4 Voices on May 4

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Punchline Café
Shanghai, China
Saturday, May 4th (3 PM)
Paramount Metropolis, 22F
1728 West Nanjing Road
南京西路1728号22楼

(Book Discussion) - "From the Ruins of Empire" by Pankaj Mishra

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Garden Books
Shanghai, China
Monday, May 6th (7:30 PM)
长乐路325号,近陕西南路
325 Changle Rd, Near Shaanxi South Rd
The Royal Asiatic Society was founded in 1823 by Sanskrit scholar Henry Colebrooke and a group of likeminded individuals. It received its Royal Charter from King George IV in the same year 'for the investigation of subjects connected with and for the encouragement of science, literature and the arts in relation to Asia'.