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A Taste of China, Episode 2: Wine and Mutton in Ningxia, 10.20.20

Oct 21, 2020

A Taste of China is an online series in partnership with WildChina exploring the different areas of China through its unique tastes. In the series’ second episode, we traveled live to central China’s lesser-known Ningxia province with Janet Z. Wang (JW), author of The Chinese Wine Renaissance: A Wine Lover’s Companion, Emma Gao (EG), owner […]

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Pieces of China (S2, E3), Ambassador Winston Lord on Secret Trip to China that Changed History, 10.8.20

Oct 8, 2020

Pieces of China is an online series using objects to tell the story of China. Season 2, Episode 3 was a special one as we traveled back to 1971 with former Ambassador and Assistant Secretary of State Winston Lord-then Special Assistant to the U.S. National Security Advisor- as he discussed the secret trip as the […]

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Pieces of China (S2, E2), Jindong Cai on the Concert that Promoted Dialogue, 9.24.20

Sep 25, 2020

Pieces of China is an online series using objects to tell the story of China. In season 2, episode 2, we explored the 1997 concert that promoted dialogue in China, with conductor Jindong Cai of the US-China Music Institute at Bard Conservatory. It was 1997, and Chinese conductor Jindong Cai wanted to add something challenging […]

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A Taste of China, Episode 1: Hand-Pulled Noodles in Yunnan, 9.15.20

Sep 16, 2020

A Taste of China is an online series in partnership with WildChina exploring the different areas of China through its unique tastes. In the series premiere, we traveled live to Yunnan, one of China’s most diverse regions, to explore the unique flavors of China’s southwestern borderlands. Guide Frank Shan (FS) took viewers to Dali to […]

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Pieces of China, Yue-Sai Kan on the Lipstick that Changed China, 9.10.20

Sep 11, 2020

Pieces of China is an online series using objects to tell the story of China. In the season 2 premiere, we explore the lipstick that changed China, and the moment women in China were allowed to once again feel beautiful with Yue-Sai Kan, broadcast legend and cosmetics entrepreneur. The year was 1992, and Deng Xiaoping […]

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