WETA Arts: May 2019
Season 6 Episode 2 | 26m 10s | Video has closed captioning.
Award-winning documentary editor Penny Lee turns producer preserves stories of the Chinese American experience in Washington; Christopher K. Morgan explores his Hawaiian heritage through his latest dance theater piece, Pōhaku; Julia Kwon uses bojagi, an ancient Korean quilt-making tradition, to tackle contemporary issues faced by Asian Americans; and the Smithsonian rethinks the idea of "museum."
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