Edging back into connectivity: Kennedy Library Forum

Ten days ago, in what seems a different lifetime, I was at the JFK Presidential Library in Boston for one of its "Kennedy Library Forum" presentations. Dr. Lincoln Chen, founder of Harvard's Global Equity Initiative, led an hour-long discussion about China and America (just before he went to the airport for a trip to China himself), followed by half an hour of Q-and-A from the audience.


I enjoyed his questions a lot, plus the general direction the discussion took. Minnesota Public Radio has a webcast of the program here. I believe that Boston's own WBUR will eventually do so here as well. FWIW.