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Small World (Dinner Time) Part II #898611

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jul 14, 2008
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) What's for dinner around the globe and what are the local customs introduced.

(China: Stephanie Sy) Dinner in the summer in China outside Beijing featured; scenes shown from the fields and inside the house.

(Pakistan: Gretchen Peters) Dinner in Pakistan featured; scenes shown from a roadside market and inside a village house.

(Jerusalem: Simon McGregor-Wood) Dinner in Jerusalem, Israel, featured; scenes shown from the market and a Jewish home.

(Nairobi, Kenya: Dana Hughes) Dinner time in Nairobi, Kenya, featured; scenes shown of the children being served first in a tribal home.

(Seoul: Joohee Cho) Dinner time in Seoul, South Korea, featured; scenes shown of Koreans eating out.

(France: Lama Hasan) Dinner time in Aix-on-Provence in the south of France featured; scenes shown from a local market and a dinner table.

Gibson, Charles;
Sy, Stephanie;
Peters, Gretchen;
McGregor-Wood, Simon;
Hughes, Dana;
Cho, Joohee;
Hasan, Lama

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