Mina Chow

Filmmaker, 'FACE of a Nation'

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Professor at the University of Southern California's Architecture School, making a film about the signs and symbols of the Shanghai World Expo pavilions called FACE of a Nation

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Last year, on her first trip overseas as Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton went to China, where she wanted to talk about trade and the exchange rate.  Chinese leaders wanted to find…

The Shanghai Expo and America's Economic Decline

Last year, on her first trip overseas as Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton went to China, where she wanted to talk about trade and the exchange rate.  Chinese leaders wanted to find…

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This year's  Shanghai Expo  makes the  Beijing Olympics  look like a Little League tournament, according to one observer, with 70 million people expected.

The Shanghai Expo and America's Economic Decline

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