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New America Now: Health Care Lessons, To Kill A Tiger, Shanghai Celebration

New America Now, Audio, Posted: Mar 26, 2010

This week on New America Now: Valeria Fernandez and Khalil Abdullah join Ethnic Media Watch, Frank Sharry looks at the correlation between health care reform and immigration reform , Jid Lee is the author of To Kill A Tiger about growing up in South Korea after the war, and a new art exhibit on the city of Shanghai has opened at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco.

Ethnic Media Watch:

Media monitors Valeria Fernandez and Khalil Abdullah share the ethnic news stories from around the country that caught their attention.


Sandip Roy talks to:

Frank Sharry discusses the lessons of health care reform for immigration reform.


Jid Lee talks about her memoir To Kill a Tiger about growing up in South Korea after the Korean War.


Mary Ambrose talks to:

Britta Erickson looks at a new exhibit at the Asian Art Museum showcasing oil paintings, furniture, fashion, and film from the city of Shanghai.


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