This podcast explains how China really works. Exploring Xi Jinping Thought and how the Chinese president's approach has shaped the governance of China, the podcast decodes the country's growth story to help you truly understand its success and challenges.
"Round Table" is the premier discussion show that debates the hottest topics making headlines in China and around the world. As the most popular English language podcast from China, it covers everything from pressing social issues to the latest consumption trends. It not only keeps you informed, but goes deeper into the factors shaping the behavior of 1.4 billion people. Check it out to gain an insight into the minds of Chinese youth and feel the pulse of contemporary China.
We keep you up to date with latest news happening in China and around the world.
Breaking news, business, up-to-date sports, and the hottest entertainment happenings, from the unique Chinese perspective.
With in-depth panel discussions on domestic and global news and current affairs, World Today gives you the story behind the headlines.
China Africa Talk is a once weekly podcast dedicated to bringing a better understanding of what is happening on the African continent and in China from both an African and a Chinese perspective. Be sure to pick up news, views and discussions on what’s happening between China and Africa pertaining to diplomatic, trade and economic and social and cultural relations when you tune into China Africa Talk.
Dialogue covers a wide range of topics, providing a balanced and critical perspective on current affairs and analysis within the framework of cross-cultural and multidisciplinary comparisons. Hundreds of heads of state, diplomats, business leaders and culture icons have appeared on the show.
Dunhuang is a place born in legends. Its unique charm has attracted people around the globe to come and worship. In this podcast series, we bring you to Dunhuang, and walk you through the reasons why we love Dunhuang.
Because your time matters, "The Top Story" will focus on the biggest news stories of the day that no one can miss. You'll hear the why and the how for a stronger understanding of all the top events that occur in China and around the world. Subscribe to gain a competitive advantage in preparing yourself for the news events that shape our lives and our future.
It's a weekly business talk show, discussing most important economic and business events both in China and around the world.
A weekly Chinese language teaching show which covers the most frequently used Chinese words and expressions, dialogues, language tips, and stories behind the idioms.
The Hub covers hot-button geopolitical and economic issues, as well as interesting stories and trends in culture, education, technology and lifestyle. It aims to connect people, cultures and societies across the East and the West.
A place to unpack reactions to major events and hot issues in a casual setting.
What can best represent today's China? Its people. From movers and shakers to the grassroots, we invite you to trace the footprints of the Chinese people from every walk of life, including modern farmers, traditional craftspeople or tech tycoons. With Footprints, you’ll feel the pulse of the 1.4 billion Chinese people and find inspiration in their incredible life stories. Updated weekly.
The world is changing fast, but you can learn it at a slower pace.
We invite reporters to go beyond headlines and offer first-hand information on the big events in China and elsewhere in the world. With us, you could have more access to news events that shape our lives and futures.
Want a one-stop shop in learning more about China? Then this is the podcast for you. From the food & the Forbidden City, to having a ball in Beijing! Howzit China focuses on China's history in South Africa, cuisine, language, opportunities in China for South Africans, opportunities for China in SA & more..
Exploring music from 9,000 years ago to modern times, “Chords of China” features the history and culture of Chinese musical instruments. Each episode highlights a classical Chinese instrument, which carries the values of the Chinese culture. Touch the soul of melody, having more than nine millenniums of wisdom inspire you.
Taste the urban vibe of contemporary China, here with Beijing Calling.
Feast your ears on the musical classics of the east with MUSIC TALKS, the Middle Kingdom’s mashup of classical music and in-depth discussions with some of China’s most celebrated orchestral professionals. Experience the instruments, get some perspective, feel the pulse of antiquity.
A daily journey through the world of books and stories you can't afford to miss.
Global Business offers in-depth analysis of the latest economic data, business trends and market moving policies, zooming in on how all this affects ordinary people.
Studio Plus is a daily talk show that discusses matters on Chinese society, science, economy and culture, as well as international events and stories. With local hosts and others from English speaking countries, the show brings diverse opinion, fun, and light-hearted insight to listeners around the world.
World Insight with Tian Wei is an international platform for debate and intelligent discussion. It is the meeting point of both the highly influential and rising voices, facilitated by host, Tian Wei.
The Point with Liu Xin presents in-depth analysis and coverage of major world issues and features both international and Chinese viewpoints.
Chiang Monlin (1886-1964) was president of Peking University in the 1930s. Via this book, readers can relive the quiet village life of his childhood, the fast-changing urban life of his teen years and the impact of his growing awareness of Western thought, and the years of studying abroad that would shape his thinking. This took place against the background of the end of dynastic rule in China and the country's transition into a republic, a journey full of social change, conflict, and war.
The Heat is a daily talk show that focuses on top stories making news globally. The Heat presents tough issues from a comprehensive, balanced and international and Chinese perspective. Guests from on the spot and around the world ensure lively debate and a range of voices.
A weekly talk-show looking beyond the headlines and "accepted wisdom" to find the real story. Hosted by award-winning journalist and presenter Stephen Cole, the Agenda quite simply sets the agenda. You won't find the same-old talking heads recycling platitudes; instead thought-provoking guests to debate and explore key issues of today's world. Opposing views will be given opportunity to flourish and develop into a meaningful conversation.
Veteran journalists Doug Young and Paul James take their over 25-years of combined experience living and working in China to the podcast realm in The Business of China. The two find unique and compelling stories taking place in China, discussing the impact they have on the economics and other aspects of life in China.
Capturing images of people across China, exploring its ever-changing lifestyles, and feeling the heartbeat of its villages, towns, and cities. -- This is “Selfie”, giving you real life stories in China.
"The Spirit of the Chinese People" was published in 1915 by Malaysian-Chinese scholar Gu Hongming. This essay collection is considered to be the first work in modern China to introduce Chinese people to westerners. Although the opinions seem dated, the book offers interesting insights into the impact of Confucianism on the Chinese people and culture.
Embark on great audio adventures with a rich collection of Chinese folk legends and historical tales.
This podcast provides you with inspirational ancient wisdom that still applies today. We share stories of our ancestors and explain in-depth the meanings behind those savvy and motivating quotes. We dig deep so that you'll know exactly how to use it! Let the old wisdom guide your way!
China's only high-end English radio interview program, featuring events that shape not only China, but the world as well.
A quick yet fun way to pick up Chinese language.
Love reading yet lost in plenty of literary podcasts out there? Look no further! The weekly program Ink&Quill is the hotchpotch you are looking for. Produced by bibliophiles from CRI English, the podcast connects you with literature, culture and writers in China and around the globe. A fun ride into the literary world, Ink&Quill blends news, book reviews, Q&As, panel discussions and feature stories, giving the listeners insight into writers' visions.
Written by Chinese writers born in the 1980s, this collection of short stories offers a unique insight into the Chinese society, especially the youth. It is a great way of diving deep into the minds of the Chinese urban dwellers and understanding their personal and social dilemmas.
Having a baby overseas can be scary. We're here to help! In the Having A Baby In China Podcast, Certified Breastfeeding Counselor Jacquelyn Carman (CBC, CBI) and Certified Birth Doula Ruth Greene (CD, CBI), share their hard-won wisdom and insights gained from personal experience and combined decades of coming alongside women and international couples during the pre- peri- and post-natal periods of their childbearing journeys while living in the People's Republic of China. Join Jacquelyn, Rut ...
Exploring the profound teachings of one of China’s most important philosophers.
In this short Chinese New Year episode, Jacquelyn and Ruth send their holiday greetings along with surprise guest Shelley. Together they discuss three common Chinese New Year traditions they have experienced over the years. Visit the Having a Baby in China Website: https://www.havingababyinchina.com/ Follow @havingababyinchina on Instagram Check ou…
Tourists in China have made over 300 million domestic trips during the seven-day Spring Festival holiday, representing nearly 87 percent of the pre-pandemic level in 2019.
The world's population crossed the 8 billion threshold late last year from about 2.5 billion in 1950, reflecting rapid population growth over the past few decades. Meanwhile, India is projected to become the world's most populous country within three months, surpassing China. Should we celebrate or be concerned about the fast population growth? Wha…
A world economy report by the United Nations estimates that the Chinese economy will grow by 4.8-percent this year. Palestinians have fired two rockets in retaliation after an Israeli raid in the occupied West Bank that killed nine people. Stats show that sales of U.S. military equipment to foreign governments have risen 49 percent.…
--The UN estimates that Chinese economy would grow by 4.8% this year, while global growth was slow to just 1.9% in the same period. --Economic growth in the US declined last year heightening recession fears in the world's largest economy.
The Palestinian side has retaliated with rockets after an Israeli raid in the West Bank. (00:57) China is bracing for another Spring Festival travel peak as the holiday officially comes to an end. (08:18) Outraged police officers in Haiti have stormed the capital airport and the prime minister's official home over the killings of officers by gangs.…
Since China optimized its COVID strategy, all eyes have been on the country's economic growth prospects. The World Bank has forecast that China's economy will grow by 4.3 percent this year. To what extent will China's economy rebound in 2023? What will the government do to support companies in China? And what's at stake as Chinese people gradually …
①Data shows COVID-19 cases in China substantially dropped in January, displaying a clear trend of recovery. (00:38) ②As China’s lifting of Covid restrictions boosts economic activities, what’s the economic outlook for 2023? (13:50)
Food and the Holidays: the reason food plays such a big role around the holidays (00:09)/ A Chinese New Year feast isn't complete without dessert! Amazing Chinese New Year dessert recipes you can try at home (15:18). / Celebrating Chinese New Year the British way: How is the UK observing this year's Spring Festival(25:00)? On the show: Nillah Nyako…
Railway stations, highways and airports across China are bracing for a fresh travel peak as travelers hit the road and return to work following a week-long Spring Festival holiday.
With the Spring Festival in full swing, travel and consumer spending have boomed, a clear sign that China's economy is on the road to recovery. After three years into the pandemic, China has had an average yearly economic growth of 4.5 percent, significantly higher than the world average. As the nation eased restrictions with an optimized COVID res…
The Chinese New Year welcomes the arrival of the upcoming year. Although the seven-day holiday is reaching its end, we hope to keep the excitement going for our listeners. Our guest on the show is Chen Libao, a Chinese horn instrumentalist with the China National Traditional Orchestra, who has made a commitment to rearranging the Chinese classics b…
A non-Chinese figure was depicted on the wall of Dunhuang Cave 217. Who was he? Why was his name related to one of China’s most famous Buddhist mountains?
Daily Quote It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts. (Arthur Conan Doyle) Poem of the Day Walk with me in the moonlight By Leon Knight Beauty of Words 翡冷翠山居闲话 徐志摩
A daily journey through the world of books and stories you can't afford to miss.
The Israeli military said it sent special forces into Jenin to detain members of the Islamic Jihad armed group, shooting several of them after they opened fire.
A poll shows that nearly 90 percent of global respondents recognize China's accomplishments in Covid prevention and control. The U.S. will provide 31 Abrams tanks to Ukraine, fulfilling a request from Kyiv. Residents of the Asian community in Monterey Park, California are calling for stricter gun laws.…
--The United Nations sees a sharp decline in global growth this year, but notes that China's growth will outpace the world average by more than 2.5 times. --Service sector bounced back following China's adjustment of its COVID-19 policies. --Entertainment venues in China are seeing a strong return in demand.…
①A UN report released on Wednesday said global economic growth is projected to decelerate from an estimated 3 percent in 2022 to 1.9 percent in 2023. What are the factors that are challenging global recovery from the COVID-19 crisis? (00:48) ②The latest figures from the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention show severe COVID-19 cases in…
The U.S. and Germany will send their battling tanks to Ukraine, with Russia warning of the danger of the move （00:49). A global survey shows high approval for China's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic (07:16). And a U.N. report is predicting a slowdown in global economic growth this year compared to 2022 (18:49).…
The International Monetary Fund hinted it might raise its global economic outlook this year. IMF head Kristalina Georgieva said the global outlook is not as bad as feared a couple of months ago — “but less bad doesn’t quite yet mean good.” She said global headline inflation was heading down, and China’s reopening should boost global growth. The IMF…
Have you ever been curious about festivals and cultural events from other parts of the world? Is there any importance attached to participating in cultural activities from parts of the world we aren't very familiar with (00:09)? / Round Table presents the story of Lin Yaping, a farmer who is reshaping Chinese notions about farming (25:00). On the s…
Nasdaq has celebrated the Chinese Lunar New Year by holding an in-person opening bell ceremony on Wednesday in partnership with the Chinese Consulate General in New York.
Liu Lanfang, based in northwest China’s Gansu Province, is a craftswoman of Xiangbao or traditional Chinese sachets, which are handmade silk pouches stuffed with herbal medicines and embroidered with colorful patterns. With more than four decades’ experience in this craftsmanship, Liu says she has seen an increasing number of customers eager to buy…
As one of the most important celebrations of the Spring Festival, food is essential to a healthy, happy new year among Chinese. Today we have six friends from different countries telling their stories about Chinese food.
Former U.S. Vice President Mike Pence told Congress that classified documents had been found at his home in Indiana.
While in Zambia on a three-nation tour through Africa, US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen accused China of being a barrier to concluding negotiations to resolve Zambia's significant debt problem. The Chinese Embassy in Zambia responded that the US should solve its own domestic debt issues and not make groundless accusations against others. What is …
①President Xi Jinping signals that China will level up ties with Latin America in a video address to leaders in the region. Will China’s increasing economic ties with Latin America necessarily translate into geopolitical influence in the region? (00:41) ②We discuss how China can strengthen its rural areas’ capability in tackling Covid infections. (…
--Chinese President Xi Jinping delivers a video address to the 7th Summit of Latin American and Caribbean States saying that both sides are working together to build a community of shared future for mankind. --China's Spring Festival period always sees a surge in consumption. We'll take a closer look at the consumption trends.…
The Chinese president says China is ready to continue working with Latin American and Caribbean countries for progress. Classified documents have been discovered at the home of former U.S. Vice President Mike Pence. Germany has agreed to send Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine.
Chinese president Xi Jinping has expressed China's readiness to work with Latin American and Caribbean countries for progress (0:59). Germany has reportedly agreed to send tanks to Ukraine (3:46). And the new New Zealand prime minister has vowed to reshuffle the cabinet and tackle cost-of-living issues (7:25).…
Yes, the world is full of problems. As we ring in the new year, there is nothing more important than a serious discussion about how to save the world, even if it's with stand-up comedy. In this special edition of The Point with Liu Xin, we bring you to a stand-up comedy club in the middle of Beijing. And our host Liu Xin stood on the stage for her …
Looking for ideas for Chinese New Year gifts? We’ve summed it up for you and highlighted some of the unspoken rules of gift giving here in China(00:34). / Round Table presents the story of Alex Hua Tian, the first ever Chinese eventing rider in Olympic history (25:00). On the show: Heyang, Huang Shan & Yushun…
In this episode, we catch up with a group of English comedians who studied crosstalk under the same master in China for years.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has delivered a video address at the seventh Summit of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States.
Regional leaders gather in Buenos Aires for a high stakes summit.
Daily Quote It is possible to learn more of a human being in one minute of love than in months of observation. (Roman Rolland) Poem of the Day When I Have Fears John Keats Beauty of Words 春的消息 冰心