Shohini Kundu explains how decision making has evolved during our times and how it is affected by today's technology. She also explains about the importance of ethics in the decision making framework for making choices.
Beijing-based alt-folk quartet Shanren meshes rock and ska with the rich music of its native Yunnan province -- the mythical home of Shangri-La -- in southwestern China.
Shanren (which means "Mountain Men" in Chinese) formed after its members migrated from the rural countryside to the bustling Chinese capital a decade ago.
In addition to singing about its ethnic traditions, Shanren's music also grapples with themes resonant to rural transplants and ethnic minorities. The lute-laced song "Thirty Years," for instance, deals with migrants looking for work and love in the big city.
Wei Xie, a former student, performed a music style unfamiliar to me, but clearly something he knew from his background, at a competition in Durham, NC.
The world is small.
What is the "one big question" that the readings posed, but did not answer?
If I can't come up with an answer immediately, I will research it and have it for you at the subsequent session.
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