The Morning Show

The Morning Show – August 25, 2005

7:00
Falun Gong and a Chinese Art Exhibit.
Richard Baum, Prof of Political Science, UCLA;
Lisa Chung, columnist at the San Jose Mercury News;
Sherry Zhang, long time Falun Gong practitioner.


7:30

Hunters Point Shipyard Artist Relocation.
Michael Cohen, city director of base reuse and development;
Zannah Noe, painter at Hunters Point for 2 years in Parcel B;
Rhonel Roberts, watercolor, oil and acrylic artist at Hunters Point
for 2 years in Parcel B;
Doug Gilkey, Navy’s base closure manager for Hunters Point Shipyard


8:00


Richard Wolinsky interviews Lisa See, author of Snow Flower and the Secret Fan about China today

8:20
Jennifer Stone with Stone’s Throw

8:30

State of San Francisco Schools: some students’ perspectives .
Alan Wong, just graduated from Lincoln High was on the
Student Advisory Council, was Student Delegate to the San Francisco
Board of Education;
Diana Suen, junior at Lowell High School, on the Student Advisory Council;
Rebecca Lau, on the Student Advisory Council

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