Next Horizon: How We Live

Feb 19 , 2021 | Culture,Innovation

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    China is known for inventing some of the most important tools in the history of mankind. One of these inventions is paper. Finnish artist Juho Könkkölä uses Chinese rice paper to create immaculate paper samurais using a historic paper folding technique. Our Host James Chau explores the extensive history of rice paper and how it is used to connect cultures.
  • Feb 20 , 2021 | Innovation
    Wealth gaps are widening in many communities during this ongoing pandemic. In this episode, we take a look at how tech and business innovations push the world forward, but can often hold others back. Our Host James Chau explores companies like Tesla, whose success made its founder the wealthiest person in the world this year.
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    This year's Valentine's Day was unlike no other — a burst of joy in a world in darkness. And that's why we need to hold onto each other, even at a time when this pandemic separates us. In this tribute video, we return to the epicenter of the Chinese outbreak where loss and trauma has triggered a wave of love and new beginnings. Our host James Chau explores the human spirit and the resilience that is universal.