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SHOW #145: November 10, 2018

Joining the show on Saturday, November 10, 2018 was Andrew Singer. He is the author of the newly-released coming-of-age book China Sings To Me: A Journey into the Middle Kingdom and Myself.  Singer is a traveler, history lover, and collector of books and Chinese snuff bottles who supports his family and interest as a land use and environmental permitting lawyer on Cape Cod, Massachusetts USA. In his memoir, Andrew Singer explores China in the midst of seismic growing pains, and finds the courage to live his own life without boundaries. Purchase your copy here. Learn more from this published article from the August 22, 2018 edition of The Cape Cod Chronicle.  Take a few moments to view this YouTube interview featured on Books and the World from the Cape Cod Writers Center. We featured the Confucius Moment, the Weekly Almanac, take you on a voyage to one of the Treasures of China, Chinese Fun Facts -and more! Now that most of the USA has returned to Standard Time our broadcasts start at 10:30 a.m. Eastern USA Time/11:30 p.m. Beijing Time on Radio 1490 WGCH and WGCH.com anywhere via audio-streaming.