Program 704: Casanova's Venice; China 2023
Release Date: 02-11-2023
Historian Laurence Bergreen takes us to 18th-century Venice — the time of Casanova, when this "Most Serene Republic" had become the Sin City of Europe. And the head of the Young China Group think tank lets us in on what he wishes Americans knew about today's China and what he expects to see as it emerges from the pandemic, and explains the key challenges it's facing in our changing world.
- Historian Laurence Bergreen, author of "Casanova: The World of a Seductive Genius" (Simon and Schuster)
- Zak Dychtwald, founder of Young China Group and author of “Young China” (St. Martin's Press)
- Laurence Bergreen is the author of "Casanova: The World of a Seductive Genius." He's also a member of the Explorers Club in New York City, where he spoke on his discoveries about Casanova.
- The Rick Steves online overview of Venice.
- Zak Dychtwald is the founder of the Young China Global Group think tank in New York. His book is also called "Young China."
More with Zak Dychtwald - Zak Dychtwald of the Young China Global Group explains how watching the World Cup precipitated protests in China against the government’s strict pandemic policies. (runs 3:31)