Empathy

The Perspective of Empathy: Panama City

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Our ability to empathize is one of humanity’s defining and most rewarding qualities. Whether we’re learning about another person’s experience or another country’s heritage, travel is essential to achieving deeper levels of understanding and appreciation. In this episode, we head to Panama City, Panama — and the InterContinental Miramar Panama — to meet three people who prove the value of empathy: a chef injecting passion and authenticity into Panamanian cuisine, a tour guide inviting travelers to venture off the beaten path, and a cultural ambassador who uses art to inspire empathy in people of all ages.

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