Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Coming Up Next: Douglas Chong of the Hawaii Chinese History Center, Qing Ming Festival and New Features
Aloha from Hawaii USA!
My next guest on the Saturday, April 8 show is Mr. Douglas Chong of the Hawaii Chinese History Center. I sat down with Douglas and his volunteers to learn about this week's Qing Ming Festival -also known as Tomb-Sweeping Festival that goes back centuries.
We'll share words of wisdom on the Confucius Moment, and take you on another journey on Treasures of China.
There's more! We're introducing new segments.
Chopsticks is foodie central, appealing to the hungry, eclectic and curious.
Of Historical Note reflects on historical events in and about China.
On Chinese Fun Facts this week you'll hear that baseball isn't just America's pastime; the Chinese having playing ball for a long time.
The Weekly Almanac lets you know what's going on at museums and other events.
Tune in on Saturday, April 8 at 10:30 a.m. Eastern USA Time/ 10:30 p.m. Beijing Time on 1490 WGCH in Greenwich, Connecticut USA and anywhere on WGCH.com.
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