Samuel C. Morse, Professor of the History of Art and Asian Languages and Civilizations at Amherst College, explores the Japanese elements of the Asia Society's current exhibition, "Asian Journeys: Collecting Art in Post-war America."
While all the eyes in business and academia alike have their eyes on China and India, such poignant personal experiences and testimony of their relationship such as Pallavi Aiyar has assembled remain hard to come by.
Although the Chinese restaurant industry represents 45,000 Chinese restaurants across the U.S., that generates over $20 billion in annual sales, most American diners still think of Chinese food as a cheap take-out of chow mein.
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