All posts tagged "PBS"

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    [PBS] South Korea announces app to combat student suicide

    — South Korea has one of the highest suicide rates of any developed country. Suicide is the fourth-most-common cause of death among South Koreans, and the numbers are especially high among young people. In response to the public health...

    • Posted March 16, 2015
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  • Grace Lee Boggs, left, with Director Grace Lee.
    Korean filmmaker’s look into the life of Grace Lee Boggs to air on PBS

    A documentary by Korean director Grace Lee detailing the life of Grace Lee Boggs, a Detroit social activist and author, will air on PBS tonight at 10 p.m. “American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs” spans...

    • Posted June 30, 2014
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  • Clive (from right) and Patrick Kim couldn't be happier with their mom's cooking.
    ‘Farm to Table Mama’

    Patricia Wong-Kim’s two PBS shows focus on bringing family together through food  “Studies show kids who eat with their family grow up healthier and happier”  Videos are meant to inspire and teach new parents By Lee Kyutae...

    • Posted January 31, 2014
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  • A North Korean woman, an owner of private bus service, standing up to a government soldier who tried to shut down her business on grounds that it's illegal. (Courtesy of CNN)
    New footage of defiance from North Korea

    By Lee Kyung-min A smuggled footage taken by The Frontline documentary “Secret State of North Korea” from the American public broadcaster PBS shows that many people in North Korea are not so subservient as thought, CNN reported...

    • Posted January 16, 2014
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    ‘Kimchi Chronicles’ Producer Touts Korean Food

    PHOTO NEWS Marja Vongerichten, the host of the 2011 PBS television series about Korean food and culture titled “Kimchi Chronicles,” speaks during an interview with Yonhap News Agency in Chicago on Oct.14, 2103. The Korean-American adoptee is...

    • Posted October 16, 2013
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  • Star chef Todd English poses at Gosang, a restaurant specializing in temple food, in Seoul on Sept. 4. / By freelance photographer Park Young-kyu
    ‘Don’t be ethnic in K-food globalization’

      Star chef Todd English sees high potential in temple food, citron tea By Park Si-soo It was a seemingly well-organized operation with no chance of failure. Under the code name “hansik (Korean food) globalization,” the government...

    • Posted October 2, 2013
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