No Passport Required
Professor Emeritus Sue Fawn Chung
Clip: 11/23/2019 | 1m 50s
Author and UNLV Professor Emeritus in History Sue Fawn Chung discusses the incentives that brought thousands of Chinese immigrants to the U.S. in the 19th and 20th centuries, including the gold rush and the building of the railroads. Marcus explains the strange American expectation for monolithic Chinese food experiences despite the many differences between many types of Chinese cuisines.
Aired: 11/23/19 |
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