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Chinese markets and business, Stanford’s Frost Festival, and Noam Chomsky [PODCAST]

By Peninsula Press Staff | 24 May 2013

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This week on the Peninsula Report, we go on the festival circuit this week – events like the Frost Music and Arts Festival are launching a return of psychedelia. Peninsula Press reporter Katie Brigham visits to explain why the concert experience these days involves hands-on encounters with larger-than-life magical mushrooms.

Labiba Boyd, host of the KZSU program Modern Tek News, interviews MIT professor Noam Chomsky about the future of funding scientific research in America.

Peninsula Press reporter JingJing Tan tells us of a local venture bringing Chinese provincial rulers and Silicon Valley startups to the conference table.

And Peninsula Press reporter Riva Gold takes a broader look at California’s efforts to revive a close business partnership with China.

Listen here, and tune in 3-4 p.m. Fridays on KZSU Stanford, 90.1 FM and streaming online at kzsulive.stanford.edu.


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