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City Visions: Author Bonnie Tsui and Why We Swim

Apr 29, 2020

Described as "a love letter to water," Berkeley author Bonnie Tsui's new book "Why We Swim" takes a deep dive into the history, science and pleasures of swimming and its impact on her life. 

Are you missing time in the water as we shelter in place? We'll also hear from local jazz and blues vocalist Kim Nalley and get the latest local update on the novel coronavirus. 

Guests:

Bonnie Tsui, author of "Why We Swim" and contributer to New York Times Magazine and California Sunday magazine, also the author of "American Chinatown."

Musical Guest:

Kim Nalley, jazz and blues vocalist.

News Update Guests:

Erin Allday, Health Reporter, San Francisco Chronicle, and

Dr. Peter Chin-Hong, Professor, UCSF School of Medicine, specializing in infectious disease.

Host: Joseph Pace

Producers: Wendy Holcombe & Grace Won