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Living Longer, Living Stronger / Okinawa (Part I) #809831

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Nov 24, 2005
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) "National Geographic" cover story on "The Secrets of Living Longer" noted.

(Okinawa, Japan: Atike Schubert) The secrets of living longer on Okinawa featured; scenes shown of a man fishing from & off a tiny boat & a 103-year-old woman selling fruit; details given about the people's way of life. [89-year-old fisherman Zenei NAKAMURA†- {thru translator} says fishing is fun.] ["National Geographic" Dan BUETTNER†- says Okinawa is the longevity hotspot of the world; compares America's culture of youth to the respect for elders in Okinawa.] [Age 103, Ushi OKUSHIMA†- {thru translator} talks about living healthy.] ["The Okinawan Way" author Craig WILLCOX†- offers perspectives on the way Okinawans live.] [Young WOMAN - {thru translator} comments.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Schubert, Atike
Duration:
00:05:40

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