Much has changed since our visit nearly a year ago to the land of thousands of gods and curries, the world's largest democracy -- India. The country came through a first pandemic wave comparatively unscathed, but has been pummeled by a second wave. What happened and what might be ahead for one of the oldest, most fascinating, accomplished and dynamic civilizations?
Seeking answers, this episode of Voices from Around the World turns to five insightful, accomplished people in India: Arvind Bhorilal, Divya Gupta, Asad Lalljee, Hema Badhwar Mehra and Milan Zatakia (click on a participant's name for more information). They share their views in a thoughtful, heartfelt, constructive and most candid conversation.
This episode concludes this portion of our series of discussions with interesting and insightful people about what matters most to them as the US presidential election approaches. In this episode, we ask some of our CITIZENARTS friends worldwide what they’d like to see come out of the election.
In this episode, we focus our CITIZENARTS cultural lens on that bastion of colonials, Red Sox, Yanks and ivy towers – of lobsters, Broadway dreams and high finance – the east coast.
CITIZENARTS visits that vast, majestic territory of prairies, cactus, snowy peaks and rugged individuals -- of pioneer and Native American lore -- the Mountain and Southwest.
CITIZENARTS journeys to the land of thousands of gods and curries, the world's largest democracy -- India. Through our cultural lens, we explore the Indian response to Covid-19 and other topics.
CITIZENARTS journeys to the island kingdom of royalty, parliament, steak and kidney pie -- The United Kingdom
In these challenging times, it is healthy and productive to try to break through the stereotypes, biases and self-interested opportunism that distort humankind and to understand and appreciate the everyday positive things we all share. "Voices from Around the World" seeks to do just that through the unique, on-the-ground, cultural lens of CITIZENARTS.
In this episode, we catch up with CITIZENARTS producer and head of our China education programs, Wang Jian Ping — "Lily,” who provides an update from Shanghai about Covid-19 in China. Then, we join Lily and her family on a visit to a remote area of China not often seen by foreigners – where a city gal from Shanghai can feel a bit like a stranger.
This episode continues our series of discussions with people throughout America about what matters most to them as the US presidential election approaches. In this episode, we focus our CITIZENARTS cultural lens on that world of incomparable land and sea vistas, new age performance art and technology, fine wine, apples, and artichokes, the west coast.
CITIZENARTS visits that realm of Spanish moss, gators and bayous, of gorgeous, misty mountains, of gridiron and hoop legends -- the South.
In the first episode of a series of discussions with people throughout America about what matters most to them as the U.S. presidential election approaches. We start by visiting the land of Great Lakes, Hemingway and the Big Ten -- America's heartland -- the Midwest.
CITIZENARTS journeys to the land of the Velvet Revolution, and Bohemian, Moravian and Silesian rhapsodies -- the Czech Republic.
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Through our cultural lens, CITIZENARTS focuses on the extraordinarily different ways the US and China have been tackling COVID 19
In this episode, we turn our cultural lens on a nation where so much of what is magical, colorful, inspiring, perplexing -- and tasty -- about Latin America is found in abundance: Peru.
To help guide us, we are joined by four accomplished and knowledgeable Peruvians, Veronica Ferrero, Eduardo Ferrero, Gloria Dunkelberg Miller and Victoria Pareja to hear their perspectives on this fascinating country's national identity (or, lack of?), the current state of the ongoing COVID struggle, and their visions for the future of Peru.