From the steamy kitchens of Canton to the arid moonscape of the north, food is the very heart and soul of China. But increasing development and dwindling water supplies threaten the nation’s ability to feed itself. Meet the men and women who celebrate the glory of authentic Chinese cuisine – while working to preserve a healthy food supply for future generations.
China Rises is a four-hour documentary series that combines the talents of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and New York Times Television to chronicle how the monumental changes unfolding in the planet’s most populous nation could reshape our world. Video Rating: 4 / 5
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Portland Community College hosted this lecture as part of the symposium “Shifting Trade Winds: APEC, Globalization & The Pacific Northwest” in Portland, Oregon in September 2011. Jeff Wasserstrom is a Professor of History at UC Irvine and his lecture is titled: “US-China Relations in Globalizing Times: Legacies of the Past and Challenges for the Future.” In 2011, the United States hosted the leaders of some of the world’s largest economies for the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit. In anticipation of this major event, Portland Community College welcomed the public, our local business community, and college and university faculty to a symposium to discuss trade and cultural issues in the Asia-Pacific region. www.pcc.edu