What Should We Expect From Asia Week New York 2015?

Concentrating its efforts on preparing an event filled-week in March of every year, Asia Week New York is getting ready for its sixth season, and before it officially kicks off, a special press conference at New York private collector Max Barry's apartment announces plans and highlights for this year’s events. SinoVision Journal reporter Jane Stone brings you the story.

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