Have you ever had a chance to immerse yourself in a completely different culture?  Author Deborah Fallows did when she lived across the Pacific in China.  She regales her experience (the good and the weird) in her new book, Dreaming in Chinese.  She talks to Mischke about it, despite a technical obstacle or two.  A Connecticut man falls out of his car…while sober.  Who are the readers of Minneapolis Magazine.  And is Mischke helping to destroy the coffeehouse as we know it?

Comments (3)
  1. Connie Linnett says:

    the lady at the drycleaners takes your shirt and says
    walk slowly
    the man behind the microphone ends the program by saying
    sleep well
    walking slowly into your sleep
    is neccesary because the dreams
    will shake your faith about everything

  2. billbirnbaum says:

    While we lived, and worked voluntarily, in Peru, my wife and I regularly dreamed in Spanish. I think it’s quite normal for a person to dream in the language which they live with all day long. Bill

  3. Angie Zerad says:

    Tommy..I loved your interview with my daughter Deb Fallows. Thank you for the air time you spent with her. I loved listening to her tales of life in China.