Mosaic | KCET
"Mosaic" gathers news and current affairs from around the world, as experienced—and at times reported by—people on the ground. Unlike a conventional newscast, "Mosaic” is responsive to online sources and independent voices, utilizing a bottom-up, web-first news gathering framework, to create a new kind of global news for all media platforms.
"The China Dream" explores the concept promoted by President Xi Jinping's government for "national rejuvenation” — to ask what the “China Dream” really means, how it plays out in real life at all levels of society, and particularly for China’s youth.
Also check out the Mosaic "Election Specials.” In 2016 we gathered news reports from around the world to learn how other countries view the U.S. presidential campaign and how election results could impact their national interests. We sent our team to cover the national political conventions in Cleveland and Philadelphia, and produced an in-depth report on the eve of the November elections.
- Diverse stories about Cuba and Fidel Castro
- China’s role in managing the world’s trash
- A look back at the Mosaic archives of World News from the Middle East
A man's search for his missing wife who suffers from Alzheimer's reveals gaps in the system meant to locate and care for the mentally impaired in California. SoCal Connected documents the journey to answer, where is Nancy?
She's called the unstoppable woman. Meet one the world's top virus hunters, who travels to the most remote parts of the planet to identify and stop pandemics.
A collective of culturally connected, distinguished chefs (including Ray Garcia of Broken Spanish, Wes Avila of Guerilla Tacos, Carlos Salgado of Taco Maria, as well as Jorge Gaviria of Masienda) push forward the “Alta California” Mexican food movement.
Meet the scientists and chefs working to ensure the health and well-being of our nation’s finest, even as they are challenged by the toughest terrains and harshest conditions in the world.
Sudan Archives, ÌFÉ, La ReDaDa, Junip, Arto Lindsay and Doug Hream Blunt.
Huell learns about California's early logging industry during a visit to Scotia, located in Humboldt County.
Huell sets off to discover the mysterious cave in this mountain community which served as a Masonic lodge.
Travel to Santa Barbara Island, one of the eight Channel Islands, to learn about the history and nature of this beautiful place from its only human resident.