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A weekly discussion of current affairs in China with journalists, writers, academics, policy makers, business people and anyone with something compelling to say about the country that's reshaping the world. A SupChina production, hosted by Kaiser Kuo and Jeremy Goldkorn.
 
He called himself the King of Kowloon and, for almost half a century, he used his misshapen Chinese characters to wage a calligraphic campaign claiming his dominion over Hong Kong. Journalist Louisa Lim grew up in Hong Kong, surrounded by traces of the king, who was first known as a crank, then an artist and finally a most unlikely icon. As she followed his trail, she uncovered a legacy of resistance, she found her city anew. Then she lost it forever.
 
David Edmonds (Uehiro Centre, Oxford University) and Nigel Warburton (freelance philosopher/writer) interview top philosophers on a wide range of topics. Two books based on the series have been published by Oxford University Press. We are currently self-funding - donations very welcome via our website http://www.philosophybites.com
 
China's most popular internet show follows the adventures of Su Fei as she looks for love in Beijing and meets lots of interesting characters along the way. Also other cool content about China, Chinese youth culture and music and interviews with notables, both Chinese and Expat. Features audio and video content.
 
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What does it actually mean to be a feminist nowadays? Two Chinese teenagers in an American school bring their unique take on feminism to the table. If you’re struggling to establish your own identity as a feminist and would like to explore gender discrimination in the 21st century, this is the podcast for you!
 
Most true crime covers the past hundred years of recorded history. We cover the rest of it. From murderous knights and pirate kings to ancient Chinese forensic investigators and the Renaissance's literal fashion police, our episodic podcast dives deep into the historical characters and events that make up some of the greatest crimes the world has ever seen — and certainly not found in your textbooks. For more information visit https://www.highcrimesandhistory.com/
 
"Fast paced and full of energy" --Adrian Tchaikovsky, author of the Shadows of the Apt "This manuscript is full of highly crafted detail that will make readers shiver at times with fear and delight ... a familiar yet highly original fantasy that is a worthwhile read." -- Publishers Weekly "The real-world cultures are incredibly well-researched and truthful, and yet well-balanced with the fantasy elements. An intriguing and impressive series." -- Ben Galley, author of the Emaneska Series It i ...
 
The Strategic Studies Institute (SSI) is the U.S. Army’s institute for geostrategic and national security research and analysis. SSI conducts global geostrategic research and analysis that creates and advances knowledge to influence solutions for national security problems facing the Army and the nation. SSI serves as a valuable source of ideas, criticism, innovative approaches, and independent analyses as well as a venue to expose external audiences to the U.S. Army’s contributions to the N ...
 
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This series features brief discussions with leading China experts on a range of issues in the U.S.-China relationship, including domestic politics, foreign policy, economics, security, culture, the environment, and areas of global concern. For more interviews, videos, and links to events, visit our website: www.ncuscr.org. The National Committee on U.S.-China Relations is the leading nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that encourages understanding of China and the United States among citize ...
 
This little gem of a book was probably the first introduction to Shakespeare that most readers have had as children. Tales from Shakespeare was written in 1807 by a young clerk called Charles Lamb in the offices of the East India Company. Lamb co-authored them with his beloved sister Mary. The pair lived together for life, having gone through immense trauma caused by mental illness and tragedy. However, far from being a melancholy duo, they led an active and ample social life in the company ...
 
Set in England at the turn of the 20th century, Wallace’s crime novel The Daffodil Mystery follows the mysterious circumstances under which shop owner Lyne has been murdered. Accordingly, it is up to detective Jack Tarling and his trusted Chinese assistant to solve the case and reach an appropriate and just resolution. Moreover, the happenings within the novel are intensified by the colorful set of characters, which are marked by their plausible façade and contribute to the novel’s appeal. T ...
 
The Wine Australia podcast is all about sharing our passion for Australian wine. For those who love Australian wine we will share the stories of the people, the places and the communities that make our bold, authentic wines. For those sharing our Australian wines with the world we will share advice, insights and key learnings from thought leaders in the Australian wine community.
 
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A good principle for choosing what to learn is to focus on the most useful things first, but how do you know what's most useful? Frequency lists can be helpful, but are often misused. Link to article: The most common Chinese words, characters and components for language learners and teachers: https://www.hackingchinese.com/the-most-common-chinese-w…
 
This week on Sinica, Kaiser chats with Jing Tsu, John M. Schiff Professor of East Asian Languages and Literatures & Comparative Literature at Yale University, about her wonderful new book Kingdom of Characters: The Language Revolution that Made China Modern. Jing talks about her role as culture commentator for NBC during the 2022 Winter Olympics in…
 
This week on Sinica, Kaiser chats with Jing Tsu, John M. Schiff Professor of East Asian Languages and Literatures & Comparative Literature at Yale University, about her wonderful new book Kingdom of Characters: The Language Revolution that Made China Modern. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://ar…
 
In today's episode, Andy & DJ discuss the suspect from the Highland Park shooting wearing women's clothing after the mass shooting, a Universal Music Group employee refusing to work over the Roe v. Wade ruling, and Fauci's NIAID spending $500,000 to turn monkeys transgender.
 
This week on Sinica, Kaiser chats with Villanova University historian Andrew Liu. Andy published an excellent essay in n+1 magazine in April that captured how the eclipse of the "wet-market" theory of COVID origins and its replacement by the "lab-leak" theory illustrates how an old racial form — "Orientalism," which sees countries of Asia as backwa…
 
Released 5 July 2022.Strategic leaders must possess a range of skills to work successfully in complex environments. To use those skills to best effect, they rely on character traits that enhance the likelihood of their effectiveness as leaders and maximize their success when working in teams. Certain character traits facilitate work in demanding se…
 
The Dutch Hotel in London is haunted - or is it? There are figures like ghosts who appear, including hotel staff from Victorian times, but they are more like time travellers. In this episode, the kids who live in the modern hotel - Nafsi and Yogi - travel back in time to meet some of the hotel staff of the past. They want to know the true story of …
 
In today's episode, Andy & DJ discuss the leaked voicemail message from President Biden to Hunter regarding his dealings with the Chinese, Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony describing Donald Trump's actions on January 6th, and the serious adverse events that have occurred due to the Covid-19 vaccine.
 
Released 30 June 2022.Distilling lessons from the author’s book, The Media Offensive: How the Press and Public Opinion Shaped Allied Strategy during World War II, this podcast provides applicable suggestions for the US military today. As in World War II, the press is both a weapon and a possible vulnerability in modern warfare.Click here to read th…
 
In today's episode, Andy answers your questions on what you should be conscious of when going through difficult growth periods in your business, how to hold productive team meetings inside your organization, and the best way to maintain the positive momentum you've created.
 
The King's calligraphy once covered Hong Kong, but now it has all but disappeared. Louisa searches for traces of the King, and for any truth to his claims of dominion over Kowloon. In this quest, she goes to the heart of his kingdom — Kwun Tong is an area full of high-rise factories, churning out t-shirts and souvenirs. There she discovers the firs…
 
Being fluent in Chinese is more about being good at applying what you know, rather than knowing everything. Many students focus too much on learning new things, and neglect mastering what they've already learnt. Link to article: How to become fluent in Chinese: https://www.hackingchinese.com/how-to-become-fluent-in-chinese/ #learnchinese #fluency #…
 
In today's episode, Andy & DJ discuss a Canadian Plant that plans to produce nearly 10 tons of crickets for human consumption, Nancy Pelosi pushing the daughter of GOP Rep. Mayra Flores during a photo op, and racist white progressives openly calling Clarence Thomas the "N-word."
 
In China’s Economic Challenge: Unconventional Success, Albert Keidel examines the economic approaches responsible for China’s 40 years of rapid growth, suggesting how such strategies might be applied elsewhere. He discusses the government’s leadership role, success in poverty reduction, and international finance and trade experience. The book revie…
 
How long can you use Chinese before your “brain is full”? John and Jared talk about endurance in Chinese, how to build stamina, and what to expect as your Chinese progresses to the next level. Interview is with Tyler Christler, an American based in Dalian speaking Dongbei-flavored Mandarin who produces videos on Chinese social media. Links from the…
 
In today's episode, Andy answers your questions on when it's an appropriate time to pay yourself after reinvesting into your business, what's the best way to instill mental toughness & discipline in your child, and how to find the positive opportunities within a new company.
 
In today's episode, Andy & DJ discuss the Senate passing the most significant gun control legislation in decades, a very specific cheat sheet reminding President Biden how to act, and Dr. Oz appearing to ditch Trump months after he was endorsed by the former President.
 
Released 23 June 2022.This podcast discusses drone swarms, which can be used at sea, on land, in the air, and even in space, are fundamentally information-dependent weapons. No study to date has examined drone swarms in the context of information warfare writ large. This article explores the dependence of these swarms on information and the resulta…
 
In today's episode, Andy & DJ discuss Biden wanting money to fend off the second pandemic, officers at Uvalde having riffles but waiting an hour to enter the school, and Texas GOP openly declares Biden as an illegitimate President.
 
He called himself the King of Kowloon and, for almost half a century, he used his misshapen Chinese characters to wage a calligraphic campaign claiming his dominion over Hong Kong. Journalist Louisa Lim follows the trail of a man who was first known as a crank, then an artist, then a most unlikely icon.…
 
In today's episode, Andy answers your questions on the best way to prepare for a public speaking event, how to communicate effectively with your clientele, and the most important thing to understand when trying to attract the right customers to your business.
 
Making mistakes is a natural part of learning Chinese, but how can you make sure you learn as much as possible from the mistakes you make? The answer can be anything from "ignore it" to "stop everything you're doing and get to the bottom of it", and it all depends on what kind of mistake you've made! Link to article: How to get honest feedback to b…
 
In today's episode, Andy & DJ discuss Eric Greitens' new RINO hunting campaign ad that has enraged critics across social media, Lia Thomas' dominance over female competitors coming to an end after being banned by FINA, and Disney's Lightyear flopping over a controversial lesbian kiss in its opening weekend.…
 
Hello, my favorite people on the internet! Today I had the honor of interviewing Mikki Kendall. Mikki is a writer, diversity consultant, and "occasional feminist". She's the author of the NYT best-selling book, Hood Feminism, which EVERYBODY should drop what they're doing and go pick up a copy right now. She was so generous to share her story about…
 
In today's episode, Andy answers your questions on how leaders should communicate when leading different personality types, what's the best way for couples to support each other's individual goals, and how small companies can compete against larger companies in the same sector.
 
In today's episode, Andy answers your questions on why you should take visualization of your long-term goals seriously, how you can get involved in your community to vote out established politicians, and why leading by example is the most effective way to lead your team.
 
In today's episode, Andy, Vaughn & DJ discuss SpaceX firing employees behind the open letter that criticized Musk's comments over sexual harassment allegations against him, a video showing furious Italian motorists dragging extinction rebellion protesters away to let traffic pass after the group had blockade one of the busiest roads in Rome, and th…
 
Released 17 June 2022.This podcast examines faits accomplis—how states attempt to seize disputed territory using military force, hoping to avoid war in the process—and offers suggestions for how to deter them. Since 1945, faits accomplis have become the most common means by which states attempt to take over territory, even though they frequently re…
 
In today's episode, Andy, Vaughn & DJ discuss environmentalist groups suing the Biden administration to block more than 3,500 oil and gas permits, a BC man receiving compensation for a vaccine-related injury, and an email warning the capitol police about violence two weeks before the Jan. 6th riots.
 
This week on the Sinica Podcast, Shelley Rigger of Davidson College returns to the show to talk Taiwan. She's joined by Simona Grano, a sinologist and Taiwan specialist at the University of Zürich. They talk about President Joe Biden's recent "gaffes" that call into question the longstanding, unofficial U.S. policy of "strategic ambiguity," talk ab…
 
In today's episode, Andy & DJ discuss President Biden sending a letter to oil companies threatening to use emergency powers if they don't increase production, Netflix teasing a 'Squid Game' reality competition show with $4.56 million in prize money, and a New York Democrat predicting a civil war if Republicans take power in the November mid-terms.…
 
A man catches a monkey in a trap. All the animals that the monkey has tricked think he has tricked his last. But the monkey keeps on laughing. The Tiger and the Bear want to find out why the monkey thinks everything is funny. As a bonus, we read another story from our recent writing competition. Sponsored by Athletic Greens.…
 
Released 15 June 2022.This podcast argues shortfalls in the international institutions governing the Arctic have allowed Russia and China to expand control over the region. It provides an overview of regional governance and power dynamics, outlines a three-part approach to correcting deficiencies, highlights attempts by Russia and China to circumve…
 
This week on the Sinica Podcast, Shelley Rigger of Davidson College returns to the show to talk Taiwan. She's joined by Simona Grano, a sinologist and Taiwan specialist at the University of Zürich. They talk about President Joe Biden's recent "gaffes" that call into question the longstanding, unofficial U.S. policy of "strategic ambiguity," talk ab…
 
What do you do when your dictionary says one thing but native speakers say it differently? John and Jared will talk about how to handle this and put it to use in your own studies. Interview is with Ryan Alexander Holmes, an actor, popular TikTocker, and black Afro Asian American, or Blasian. Links from the episode: Prescriptivism vs. Descriptivism …
 
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