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Every Wednesday, veteran journalist, George Froehlich, gets personal - sharing with you, his amazing travel destinations, art he loves, music he enjoys, discovers fascinating, everyday people - Issue #45

George Froehlich
George Froehlich
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Where to start? That’s the big question when visiting Tokyo. This city of more than 37 million people has so much to offer but we narrowed it down to three wonderful excursions.
Colourful, mythologies abound, abstract, African symbolism, the art of Canadian painter, Peter Aspell.
Life often imitates art and that certainly is true Johnny Cash.
Nature confounds us often. Meet the artist of the sea - the Japanese Puffer fish.

Travel
Tokyo
Tokyo
Tokyo
Tokyo - truly one of the world’s most amazing cities. There are so many things to do, to see, to explore and to enjoy. And even though we spent a week there we narrowed it down to three adventures that are unique to Tokyo.
Art I Love
Peter Aspell
Peter Apell Painting
Peter Apell Painting
Vancouver painter Peter Aspell - the master, using colour, surreal images in his portraits and figures.
African, myths, culture, magic, so evident in his art.
When I first met him I had no idea who he was or what he did.
Music
Johnny Cash
Johnny Cash
Johnny Cash
Great musicians like most great artists experience the tragedies of life, often to the fullest. But it is the pain, the anguish, the horrors, that drive their creative abilities.
For Johnny Cash it was music.
Lens
Japanese Puffer Fish
Japanese Puffer Fish
Japanese Puffer Fish
Nature amazes and surprises us. The Japanese Puffer fish is a great example.
it creates art.
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