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SHOW #139: September 29, 2018

After the Saturday, September 29 broadcast of Marvels of China: Pathways to the Pacific Rim chances are high that you’ll never look at mountains the same ever again. It’s my pleasure to welcome back Willow Weilan Hai, curator and director of the China Institute Gallery, China Institute in America, New York City.  I’ve invited her to tell us about a phenomenal exhibit, Art of the Mountain: Through the Chinese Photographer’s Lens. It is open to the public until February 17, 2019 at the gallery at 100 Washington Street in Lower Manhattan. Musee: Vanguard of Photography Culture calls Art of the Mountain, “a meditation on the majesty and mystery of nature and humankind’s attempt to explore the uninhibited spirit and pure tranquility of a world part from our own. Thus, the artist’s attempt to capture the sacred spirit of the mountain is not for the sake of art alone, but another step on the search for the eternal happiness found only in nature.” We’ll feature the Confucius Moment, the Weekly Almanac, Treasures of China, Chinese Fun Facts and more! 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