February 11, 2010 This year, Valentine's Day shares the 14th with Chinese New Year. Cupid had better flap his wings because it's the Year of the Tiger, and tigers don't eat chocolate. To commemorate this rare alignment, here are three books about love in Chinese families.
January 1, 2005 NPR's Jacki Lyden reads from Nobel prize-winning author Pearl S. Buck's children's book The Big Wave — a story of a tsunami and its aftermath, set in Japan.
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