Exhibit 2

Exhibit 2

Great Cities, Small Treasures

A fully illustrated catalogue written by Dr. Kenoyer, an introductory video, and an illustrated brochure accompany the exhibition. Related guided tours, lectures and other educational programs have been arranged.

The Asia Society and New York University (NYU) also organized a symposium on Forgotten Cities, focusing on urbanism in the ancient world across cultures, to coincide with the show.

Asia Society
The Asia Society was founded in 1956 as a nonprofit, nonpartisan, educational organization, and is today the leading institution in the U.S. dedicated to fostering communication and understanding between Americans and Asians. Through art exhibitions, international conferences, lectures, performances and publications, the Society provides information and insights about the region that go beyond the headlines and the sound bites of the day.

The Society operates from its headquarters in New York City, regional centers in Washington, D.C., Houston, Los Angeles and Hong Kong, and regional offices in Seattle and Melbourne. Its activities reach over 250,000 people annually.

Pakistan 1997

Great Cities, Small Treasures will be one of the featured programs of Pakistan 1997, an exciting, multidisciplinary series of programs presented by the Asia Society that will facilitate an in-depth look at Pakistan during a period of heightened international interest in its unique history.

Other program highlights include a major vocal music festival, lectures, symposia and workshops.

The Asia Society invites you to join the Leadership Circle - individuals, associations and small businesses who can become partners in the presentation of these programs. Grants to the Ancient Cities exhibition and Pakistan 1997 are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.

For information on how to join the Leadership Circle, please call (212) 327-9240 or email [email protected]

A complete set of the audited financial statements for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1996, can be obtained by sending a written request to Senior Vice President, Finance and Administration, Asia Society, 725 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10021-5088 or to the State of New York, Department of Law, Office of Charities Registration, 162 Washington Avenue, Albany, NY 12231.

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