Chocolates from The Chocolatier and silk embroidery art from Art Rickshaw, pictured above, are among the products which will be on sale at the Asia House Fair, which takes place from 3 to 6 March. Copyright The Chocolatier and Art Rickshaw
Chocolate imbued with Indian flavours and silk embroidery art on sale at Asia House Fair

Read about some of the stallholders exhibiting at the Asia House Fair.

A screenshot from Mina Walking. a film set in Afghanistan, to be screened at the Regent Street Cinema on 28 February
Festival Director: “I wanted entertaining films that also make people think”

Director Jasper Sharp gives an interview ahead of our film festival which starts on 22 February.

Men in regional dress greet visitors at the ninth ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival
Opportunities and challenges facing India hotly debated at Asia’s largest literature festival

India's "abnormally low" tax base and the Make in India initiative were among the topics debated.

Front covers from left to right 'Selection Day' by Aravind Adiga; 'Human Acts' by Han Kang and 'One Child' by Mei Fong
Read all about it: the most exciting books of 2016

Jemimah Steinfeld gives her thoughts on what books we should be reading this year.

Pictured are recent highlights from the Asia House cultural programme
Asia House arts and culture: looking back and looking forward 20 years

Asia House Head of Arts & Learning Pamela Kember previews this year's exciting cultural programme.

A still from Stranger which will be screened at the Ham Yard Hotel on 22 February.
MEDIA RELEASE: Kazakhstan’s official Oscars entry to open the Asia House Film Festival 2016

The Festival will take place from 22 February to 5 March at venues across London.

Myanmar (pictured) is one of the countries we are focusing on in our 2016 literature programme
Asia House rolls out its action-packed exciting 2016 literature programme

Our Literature Programme Manager gives a sneak peak into what she's got planned this year.

Jemimah Steinfeld, Literature Festival Manager, shares her thoughts on the biggest books of 2015
The best Asian books of 2015

Our Literature Festival Manager shares her thoughts on the best books about or from Asia in 2015.

Omid Kamvari gave a talk at Asia House about the need for inclusive urbanism in city planning
British-Iranian architect: Want to make city living bearable? Spaces for social gatherings are essential

Omid Kamvari argues that spaces such as courtyards in homes are essential for happiness in cities.

The full Festival programme will be announced on the Asia House website in January
MEDIA RELEASE: Asia House Film Festival 2016 to explore transnationalism and globalisation

The 2016 programme selection will explore themes including transnationalism and globalisation.