Chinese and Jewish Seniors Work Together for Art Projects

For elderly people, they need a way to stay connected to their social network. Engagement in the arts and culture provide a social, civil, and psychological outlet. The Jay Harama Senior Center held a classical music concert last week featuring its Chinese and Jewish residents. We met with the art director of the show to get a closer look at this performance significance in the cross cultural community.

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