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Asian Pacific American Heritage MonthAsian culture is not often explored in the Midwest. RSU Public TV wants to give the opportunity to travel to Asia without leaving the comfort of your home. During Asian Pacific American Heritage Month we immerse you in unique cultures that most people are unaware of.
In Time of War: The Japanese Experience of WWII is a documentary showcasing the life of Japanese-Americans after Pearl Harbor and throughout WWII. Japanese-Americans were ostracized sspecificly in the Pacific Northwest near the Canadian border. This takes you through the civil right movement of the outsiders and the freedom they had to regain. They faced imprisonment discrimination and loss and were often detained in internment camps. In Time of War: The Japanese Experience of WWII airs Friday May 17 @7 p.m., Sunday May 19 @ 4p.m. and Tuesday May 21 @ 11p.m.
Tea Lands of China follow two Americans as they travel through China discovering different types of tea. They find what makes tea special and the origin of Chinese tea. Tea is synonymous with relaxation and American tea houses have become overrun by fast paced coffee houses. Mark Rozell, retail manager for Verve Coffee Roasters in Santa Cruz, and Victoria Boyert owner of Satori Tea Company in San Jose will visit Hangzhou to learn about green tea and Yunnan to explore pu-erh tea. Green tea is claimed to have healing properties; pu-erh tea is known in the West as “black tea”, but in China it is called “red tea”. Tea Lands of China airs Friday May 24 @ 7p.m., Sunday May 26 @ 4p.m. and Tuesday May 28 @ 11p.m.
Rajneeshpuram begins in 1981 when spiritual leader Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh traveled from India to the United States. Rajneesh and thousands of his disciples traveled to Wasco and Jefferson Counties in Oregon to the Big Muddy Ranch. They wanted to build a peaceful new city that they called Rajneeshpuram. The desert utopian community hosted gatherings with thousands of people from around the globe. They transformed this desert area into an oasis for people to celebrate life, where many hoped to retire. The community lasted seven years before people disappeared. Rajneeshpuram airs Friday May 31 @ 7p.m.