Studio 360's Kurt Andersen marvels at the new, iconic buildings of Beijing

Friday, August 01, 2008

Kurt Andersen, writer and host of Studio 360, recently made his first trip to Beijing — and he was amazed by how familiar he felt. It wasn’t the language or the cuisine that brought to his mind the comforts of home — it was the buildings that said New York to him.
Guest: Studio 360’s Kurt Andersen

Contributors:

Jesse Baker

Comments [1]

gabby

This is about the comment John Hockenberry at the very beginning: The smell of New York is overwhelmingly urine. People in Beijing don't urinate in public. It smells much better than New York.

Aug. 01 2008 10:11 AM

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