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Host: Scott LaMar
What to look for on Radio Smart Talk, Wednesday, August 21:
Hundreds of thousands of American high school and college students have traveled or studied abroad. They often come home with a new appreciation for and knowledge of the places they visited. For many, their experiences are real eye openers into different cultures and the way people from around the world live.
With today's technology and social media, its easy for people from one country to communicate with or learn about another.
However, seeing a foreign land on a computer or phone screen is much different than actually setting foot there.
On Wednesday's Radio Smart Talk, three local students who recently visited other countries will join us to describe their experiences and what they learned. They'll also discuss what the natives of those nations wanted to know about America and Americans.
China, England, and France were the destinations.
What can we all learn through the eyes of these young people?
Chair of the Rotary District 7390 Youth Exchange Committee, Stephen Feinour
Katherine Huskin, Krista Landis, Julia Hall
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