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Show #39: October 29, 2016

On Conversations I welcomed Karen Frederick, curator of the Greenwich Historical Society in Connecticut. Our pathways to the Pacific Rim took us back in time to late 19th and early 20th century Japan and America. 

An Eye to the East: The Inspiration of Japan is the Society's newest exhibit. Through paintings, prints, photographs, carvings, ceramics and textiles, the exhibit examines the influence of Japanese art and culture on America's first American Impressionist art colony at the Bush Holley House in Cos Cob. 

Our Treasures of China segment spotlighted the internationally famous Bund in Shanghai. We also heard more words of wisdom from the Great Sage on the Confucius Moment.