Diana Apcar, The Lost Consul
Mimi Malayan, Arthur Muradyan and Ekaterina Rossikhina
Diana Apcar was a unique woman, the consul of Armenia to Japan, who overcame her personal tragedies and broke stereotypes of the early 20th century's turbulent era. Unfamiliar textures, sounds, and contrasting values of Japan, Russia, India, and the Ottoman Empire, reveal the harmony and hope generated from one person's persistent and relentless commitment to helping the forgotten.
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