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I Dig Culture, where people gather to learn about each other's cultures.
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In this weeks talk, I am the one being asked a question. There is a joke. “Two Jews, three opinions.” As you will find out the Jewish method of having a discussion is asking each other constant questions. When ever I am with the Rabbi he always has the best questions and stories waiting. In this episode I have a talk with Rabbi Osher Litzman, the Chabbad Rabbi of Korea, about the Jewish perspectives, as well as his, on happiness. Enjoy, and thank you always,
Hello! I have lived in Seoul for the last four years. During my time spent in this amazing country I have had the opportunity to meet a lot of amazing people and learn the Korean language. My academic background is mainly in Anthropology, but I’m currently earning an MFA in movie directing at Chungang University in Seoul, Korea. I founded “I Dig Culture” because it is my personal belief that understanding culture is the only real path toward intellectual liberation.
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