Elizabeth Cho
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Elizabeth Cho is a writer and art consultant based in New York City. She serves as a book reviewer and contributing editor for KGB Lit, the brainchild of the legendary literary venue, KGB Bar, in the East Village, NYC. A generalist whose interests range across many disciplines, arts, and cultures, she believes in tangents, intersections and following the white rabbit. She seeks to integrate and synthesize the divergent and the disparate in her work. Please visit Au Currantfor her musings on art, culture, literature and the ultimate souffl

Columns // 3 Articles
Reviews // 1 Articles

Experts and the Individualism Paradox | 30 Oct 2007 // 6:00 PM

It starts as an innocent search for a pair of running shoes. But very quickly, Cho finds herself in a world predicted by Alvin Toffler's Future Shock. Can she escape?

Hallyu, the Korean Wave | 21 Aug 2007 // 6:00 PM

Is this how it feels to be French or Italian? To be chic just because of your nationality? Dare I feel that just being Korean may hold some cultural currency, these days?


The Kite Runner | 23 Mar 2008 // 5:59 PM

This is a sensitive, kind adaptation of a well-loved book, and the DVD has well-crafted features that help extend the message of what is essential to human existence: hope.

//Mixed media


"No Dollars in Duende": On Making Uncompromising, Spirited Music

// Sound Affects

"On the elusive yet clearly existential sadness that adds layers and textures to music.

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