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Marvels of China: Pathways to the Pacific Rim navigateright Episode

SHOW #135: September 1, 2018

I welcomed back Mr. Cy Feng of the Honda International Center (HIC) at Kapiolani Community College in Honolulu. HIC was named after Paul S. Honda, a Hawaii community leader, businessman and philanthropist. Honda had a vision of bringing students of various backgrounds around the Asia Pacific Rim to study and learn together and chart a peaceful path towards a bright future. In this encore interview with Cy Feng he will present HIC’s educational mission, activities and how you can also come and study here. Mr Honda’s life was colorful. He died on July 31, 2016. Go here to read his obituary.  I’m delighted to announce that I will be returning occasionally to HIC to teach East Asian student groups in Hawaii on short-term study programs. It’s good to be back with former and new colleagues. We featured our regular segments. It’s also Labor Day weekend throughout the USA! Remember that our weekly broadcast begins 10:30 a.m. Eastern USA Time/10:30 p.m. Beijing Time on 1490 WGCH and anywhere via live-audio-streaming. Can’t listen live? Fear not; we have you covered. All our shows are archived and made freely available on our special channel on