Rundown for the Week of February 19, 2000
Sounds of China
We're visiting the People's Republic of China. If you don't have a
burning desire to go the world's most populous country, this may fire
you up. If you've been itching to, the sounds we've brought back
might make booking that tour irresistible.
A trip to China's likely to be a once in a lifetime adventure for
most of us. So you want to make the most of it whether it's a luxury
tour or back packing. To help figure out what's right for you, we go to Marty Goldensohn.
Returning to the Past
More than a few Westerners visit China to trace family histories to see where parents or grandparents lived as missionaries or as
The Story of Shanghai Jazz
Finally, on our visit to China, Marty Goldensohn sends us this postcard from Shanghai.
Deal of the Week
Question of the Week
The People's Republic of China
Oregon Shakespeare Festival
You're going to love this...we're going behind the scenes at a fancy
hotel to see what's expected of the cleaning staff....guess who
they've got making the beds?
"I'm just going to check your pillows here to make sure that the
creases inside look very nice. I see that you fluffed it. It looks
very inviting, Rudy."
Nice to know I have some options if this public radio gig doesn't
work. Follow me around as a hotel maid for a day. Then, a leisurely
ride through the Panama Canal and weird stories of the odd jobs
you've had on the road during next week's journey with The Savvy
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