Robert E. Rich, lawyer and partner at Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, will be featured in "Citizen Kentucky/Citizen China: Hope for a New Century," a half-hour exploration of the Kentucky-China connection, which will air at 10:30 p.m. Sunday, July 27, on KET (Kentucky Educational Television).
The program is the result of a two-year examination of how Kentucky is connected to China through commerce, education and the arts, religion, adoptions, health care, and news and sports. It features a public forum with speakers focusing on four main points: dispelling misconceptions, confronting fears, improving schools and seizing opportunities.
This is the fourth KET program in a First Amendment series produced by Buck Ryan, director of the Citizen Kentucky Project at the University of Kentucky, in collaboration with Arthur Rouse of Video Editing Services in Lexington.
Sponsors of the program include the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations, with funding from the Starr and Luce Foundations, UK’s Scripps Howard First Amendment Center, UK’s Asia Center and the Media Collaboratory in Lexington.