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Chinese and English Language podcast. A mixed couple (Tom & Ula) living in Taiwan, teach Chinese through the use of Chinglish (Chinese and English) on a variety of topics. Learn Chinese, study methods, Entertainment, news, life, business, hints and tricks to learning Mandarin. Hear a native speaking naturally and at natural pace but with the English translation so you can follow the context of the conversation. Enjoy.
 
Learn Cantonese with Free Podcasts Whether you are student or a seasoned speaker, our lessons offer something for everyone. We incorporate culture and current issues into each episode to give the most informative, both linguistically and culturally, podcasts possible. For those of you with just the plane ride to prepare, check our survival phrase series at CantoneseClass101.com. One of these phrases just might turn your trip into the best one ever!
 
Each week, we give you a 20-30 minute story that is based off of a classical Chinese short story or fable. Don't worry though, there is no Chinese in this podcast and it's all in English. We just turn it into a modernized version in English for you. Each episode is a story all on its own and every story is really different from the last. Be warned, these stories take a strange turn 99.9% of the time. Buckle up and get ready!
 
Meant to be Eaten looks at cross-cultural exchange in food and contemporary media. What determines “authenticity”? What, if anything, gets lost in translation when cooking foods from another’s culture? First-generation Chinese host, Coral Lee, looks at how American culture figures forth in less-than mainstream ways, in less-than expected places.
 
AAWW Radio is the podcast of the Asian American Writers' Workshop, an NYC literary arts space at the intersection of migration, race, and social justice. Listen to AAWW Radio and you’ll hear selected audio from our current and past events, as well as occasional original episodes. We’ve hosted established writers like Claudia Rankine, Maxine Hong Kingston, Roxane Gay, Amitav Ghosh, Ocean Vuong, Solmaz Sharif, and Jenny Zhang. Our events are intimate and intellectual, quirky yet curated, and d ...
 
The Cathay poems appeared in a slim volume in 1915. They are, in effect, Ezra Pound’s English translations/interpretations from notebooks written by the Japanese scholar Ernest Fenollosa. Pound, not knowing any Chinese or Japanese at all, promptly created a new and somewhat complex style of translation, as he had done with words from several other languages. The Cathay poems are primarily written by the Chinese poet Li Po, refered to throughout these translations as Rihaku, the Japanese form ...
 
A simple story in 26 parts. A good place to start learning English. It is a good idea to listen many times to each part. This story is also available in Swedish, French, Russian, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, Portuguese and German in the Library for those languages. You can use these versions to provide a direct translation.**note: Translations may not be 100% accurate**
 
The Cathay poems appeared in a slim volume in 1915. They are, in effect, Ezra Pound’s English translations/ interpretations from notebooks written by the Japanese scholar Ernest Fenollosa. Pound, not knowing any Chinese or Japanese at all, promptly created a new and somewhat complex style of translation, as he had done with words from several other languages. The Cathay poems are primarily written by the Chinese poet Li Po, refered to throughout these translations as Rihaku, the Japanese for ...
 
The Language Mastery Show brings you interviews with the world's best language learners. Get an inside look at how polyglots, linguists, and language lovers master languages more quickly, and learn the habits, methods, and mindsets you need to succeed in your own language learning adventures. Each guest shares proven strategies for reaching fluency, overcoming fear, speaking with confidence, and having more fun along the way. I'm your host, John Fotheringham, a linguist, teacher, and the aut ...
 
The NüVoices podcast is hosted by NüVoices members Chenni Xu, Cindy Gao and Joanna Chiu who explore the work of women in media, academia and the arts in Greater China, the impact of abuses of power, international and domestic politics, and their own personal stories. This podcast is wholly coordinated by the NüVoices board, with production by SupChina.
 
LAI Global Game Services is a specialized game localization and publishing company serving the video game industry for over 20 years. Some of our clients have included Sony, Ubisoft, ngmoco, and Level Up! LAI is located in the San Francisco Bay Area with offices in Beijing and Tokyo. If you like our podcast, be sure to rate us on the iTunes store! Contact: www.lai.com - info@lai.com - @LanguageAutoInc
 
Written in classical Chinese some time during the sixth century BC, The Tao Teh King or The Tao and its Characteristics is a classical Chinese text that is one of the important keystones in understanding the thought systems of Asia. Though no clear records exist, it is traditionally thought to have been the work of the sage Lao Tzu, the founder of classical Taoism. He is reputed to have been a contemporary of Confucius, though this is also shrouded in mystery. However, many succeeding empero ...
 
The Immortal Index is A Podcast show discussing Chinese webnovel translations of "Xianxia" and/or "Wuxia" - hosted by @StephenLemieux and produced alongside AfterBuzz TV, Rate and comment for a shout out on on the show; and tell me what you'd like to talk about!Xianxia: a type of Chinese Martial Arts novel genre developed from the Wuxia genre that is heavily influenced by Taoism and Buddhism. ... Contrary to the Wuxia genre, Xianxia novels have more elements of fantasy, complete with magic, ...
 
The Wade–Giles romanization "Tao Te Ching" dates back to early English transliterations in the late 19th century; its influence can be seen in words and phrases that have become well established in English. "Daodejing" is the pinyin romanization. The Tao Te Ching, Daodejing, Dao De Jing, or Daode jing is a Chinese classic text. The text's true authorship and date of composition or compilation are still debated. The oldest excavated portion dates back to the late 4th century BCE, but modern s ...
 
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In bars like this, on nights like this, the people of Yong'an would talk of death In the forty fifth episode of The Translated Chinese Fiction Podcast we are hunting for the Strange Beasts of China. Two very special guests are joining me this time - the book's author Yan Ge and its translator Jeremy Tiang. If I sound a little off-kilter this episod…
 
He may have a science student (studying one enzyme in the broad bean plant), but even as a relatively young Christian, Eddie Arthur always sensed that God wanted him to be a missionary in a French-speaking nation. He'd assumed that meant somewhere in Europe. But it turned out God had something very different in mind. In this in-depth interview, Edd…
 
We battle through this one whilst being ill. Vocabulary surrounding that and the doctors. The story also tells of the love between a boy and his father. But please bare in mind, we both whilst recording have a ganmao, and did our best to keep it upbeat. Sorry for the sniffles.If you enjoy what we do, we have been helpful or at least entertaining ha…
 
New homes are always fun to try and see what type of history has happened in those walls. But on night one in his family’s new home, not everything in this house is what they expected and things start to get a little wet for them. Be sure to check out this episode to get the full story of what is happening at this house. https://www.plumforestpodca…
 
In November 2020 we co-hosted a screening with Film Forum of the documentary AGGIE, on the life of philanthropist Agnes Gund, founder of the Art For Justice Fund. Following the screening, we co-hosted a talkback with activists and Art For Justice grantees Adnan Khan and Mahogany Browne, and producer Tanya Selvaratnam, moderated by Rachel Kuo. Today…
 
Rita Liu is a seasoned fintech executive who started her career at American Express, then spent nearly a decade at Alipay building its international business. During her time there, she formed partnerships across Russia, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Canada. She joined Mode Bank as chief commercial officer in London in March 2020. In this co…
 
We speak to Chris Lonsdale a New Zealand psychologist, linguist, educator and author about his methods for learning a language in six months. We discuss various different techniques for learning Mandarin Chinese (or any language) and go deep on various language based topics. It's a long one but a good one. Well worth a listen. Chris's links below: …
 
Your Hosts: Dan, Mary Robinette, Howard, and Brandon It sounds like a mean thing to say, but it’s not a wrong thing to say. A publisher is a corporation, and a corporation doesn’t have friends. It has contractual relationships. We can make friends with people who work for publishers, but those are not the same … Continue reading 16.02: Publishers A…
 
It is a double bill this week as Rev Cindy Kent interviews music legend Sir Cliff Richard about why, despite everything, his faith has never been stronger, and how he's learned to forgive both his accuser and the BBC. In part two, Cara Bentley meets the Down's Syndrome campaigner Heidi Crowther who is taking the government to court, in an attempt t…
 
This strange story is about the Circus. We cover some mandarin vocabulary revolving around fear and we discuss whether or not you can separate the art from the artist. All in delightful Chinglish.If you enjoy what we do, we have been helpful or at least entertaining have a look at our Patreon and consider supporting us. Or you are completely free n…
 
Author Kavita Das joins Jafreen Uddin, Executive Director of the Asian American Writers’ Workshop in conversation about her book, Poignant Song: The Life and Music of Lakshmi Shankar. Shankar, who was Grammy-nominated, was the most prominent Indian female musician in the movement that brought Indian music to the West in the late 1960’s. This event,…
 
Note: This interview was originally recorded in 2010 as part of a collection of expert interviews included with my Japanese learning guide Master Japanese: How to Learn Japanese through Anywhere Immersion. This version includes excerpts from the complete interview, which is available as part of the Master Japanese Digital Package available Japanese…
 
We have an intermediate Monster story for you in this one given and created by our very our Hangouteers over this weekends hangouts. The first XX minutes of Chinglish (Chinese and English) chat are followed by the story and then a vocabulary review session and questions followed by another free style Chinglish chat. Come get some!If you enjoy what …
 
Your Hosts: Dan, Mary Robinette, and Brandon Welcome to 2021, and Season 16 of Writing Excuses. This year we’re dividing the year into “master classes” or “intensive courses.” We’re kicking it off with Brandon’s episodes, which are all about the business of writing, and the first of those is this one! So… your career is … Continue reading 16.01: Yo…
 
Award–winning conservation expert Dr Simon Stuart is the newly-appointed Executive Director of the leading Christian conservation charity Arocha International. He talks to Justin Brierley about the tragic death of leading members of Arocha in a road accident in South Africa in 2019, and his own life as a Christian at the cutting edge of researching…
 
This episode has an intermediate/upper intermediate money based story and vocabulary section. Also we interview Kairi. Mandarin Chinese and English are used throughout as usual.If you enjoy what we do, we have been helpful or at least entertaining have a look at our Patreon and consider supporting us. Or you are completely free not to. :) Website h…
 
Cesar Jr. is the son of the top dog breeder and trainer in all the land. When it is finally Cesar Jr.’s time to get his own puppy, of course he’s going to pick one that fits him perfectly. After years of training, something happens and it is time to teach his mean classmates a lesson. Check out this week’s episode to see what situation Cesar Jr. fi…
 
Lindie Botes is a polyglot, YouTuber, blogger, and UI/UX designer on a mission to master 12+ languages, including Japanese, Korean, Chinese, and more. She is originally from South Africa, but has lived all over the world and now calls Singapore home. Though she loves foreign languages, she sees them not as an end but as a means to break down the ba…
 
It's a new format for our podcast we are trying something new! 15 minute-ish of chat, Storytime, vocabulary breakdown and examples followed by more chat and sign off. Let's see how it goes. First one is always a learning curve, so we will improve every time.If you enjoy what we do, we have been helpful or at least entertaining have a look at our Pa…
 
Your Hosts: Howard, Mary Robinette, and Dan, with special guest Patrick Rothfuss Did we have too much fun applying ironic humor to the title of this episode? Possibly! Patrick Rothfuss joins us to talk about economy of phrase, and the ways in which big ideas can be expressed with a few of the exactly-right words. … Continue reading 15.52: Economy o…
 
Skip Heitzig, pastor of Calvary Church in Albuquerque and author of the new book ‘Biography of God’ joins Justin Brierley. They chat about Skip’s journey of faith, pastoring a megachurch through a pandemic, and his new book which aims to show sceptics, saints and seekers the true character of the biblical God. The Profile is brought to you in assoc…
 
Holly has just graduated from Med School and doing her residency is tougher than anyone could imagine. But unlike her fellow doctors, she has a secret that can help her and her patients. Be sure to listen to this week's episode to hear a wild story. Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio: https://www.powells.com/book/strange-tales-from-a-chinese-studi…
 
We're launching a new virtual event series at AAWW. Presented quarterly, these virtual “fireside chats” will feature a renowned Asian diasporic author in conversation with our Executive Director Jafreen Uddin, sharing updates from AAWW, and discussing AAWW from a writer’s perspective. This series will kick off with a conversation led by R. O. Kwon,…
 
Every person's heart is an island, trapped by water, sequestered from the world In the forty fourth episode of The Translated Chinese Fiction Podcast we are going in search of Peach Blossom Paradise by Ge Fei. Rowing me through the lingering mists and dark waters is craftmaster Canaan Morse, its translator. Ge Fei has been covered once before on th…
 
Matt Bonder is the creator of the popular Matt vs. Japan YouTube channel and the co-founder of Refold: The Roadmap to True Fluency, where he shares the methods he used to reach near native-like fluency in Japanese in just 5 years. I am a big fan of his immersion-based approach to language learning (which aligns well with the approach I share in Mas…
 
Tiffany Ap is currently the China bureau chief for Women’s Wear Daily. In this episode for the NüVoices podcast, Tiffany and Cindy discuss the revival of the fashion and retail industries as China emerges from COVID-19 lockdowns, the meteoric rises of China’s ecommerce livestreaming and platforms, Hong Kong's retail domination collapse, and a sexua…
 
We discuss euphemisms/雙關語/Shuāngguān yǔ in this one for probably longer than we should have. There are so many things that can mean genitals in English its a little upsetting really. We also discuss Christmas. Lot's of Chinese and some English to keep you on track with the conversation.If you enjoy what we do, we have been helpful or at least enter…
 
Your Hosts: Dan, Howard, Mahtab, and Brandon We’re often taught that the best critique group feedback is reactions to the writing, rather than advice for fixing it. But prescriptive feedback—critiques that include suggestions for you how to might rewrite something—is an important part of the process. In this episode we discuss how we curate our … C…
 
The poet and podcaster Joshua Luke Smith tells Sam Hailes about his upbringing in Croydon and Pakistan, how he overcame the "triple threat" childhood diagnosis of dyspraxia, ADHD and dyslexia and why he wants to be "a merchant of mystery". The son of missionary parents, Joshua is now based in Bath and releases music with Orphan No More. While admit…
 
This is it. 168! We did it! We talk about conflict and how to use it in Mandarin. Then Ula reads the book of Awesome and we discuss life's little wins to end the one weeks worth of podcasts milestone!If you enjoy what we do, we have been helpful or at least entertaining have a look at our Patreon and consider supporting us. Or you are completely fr…
 
Amanda Hsiung-Blodgett (a.k.a. “Miss Panda”) is an intercultural language consultant and trainer, the author of Let’s Learn Mandarin Chinese with Miss Panda! and First Mandarin Sounds: an Awesome Chinese Word Book, and the host of the Playful Chinese podcast. I love her approach to language learning, especially her emphasis on play and having fun. …
 
Your Hosts: Brandon, Victoria, Dan, and Howard Our listeners have asked about how we handle managing a large cast of characters. This is something we’ve all struggled with, and sometimes we’ve failed at it pretty spectacularly. In this episode we talk about how we turned our failures into learning, and what we do today to … Continue reading 15.50: …
 
Two of the worship leaders behind the hugely popular worship song 'The Blessing' talk to the Premier Christianity magazine team about the story behind the song. Kari Jobe co-wrote 'The Blessing' with her husband, while Tim Hughes organised the popular UK cover version of the song, which went viral in May and has subsequently had millions more views…
 
We speak with multilingual Doctor, long time friend, supporter and student of Mandarin Monkey Margret Chang. We discuss her being taught Mandarin in Taiwanese and learning several other languages. We discuss raising multilingual children and exchange some funny stories. We also touch on the effects of Covid on children from a doctors perspective. W…
 
We say some big Thanks yous. Our daughter said F*&k and we talk about making mistakes. Today we are Maipian and dongli. Also Happy BIRTHDAY TO DARIAN! If you enjoy what we do, we have been helpful or at least entertaining have a look at our Patreon and consider supporting us. Or you are completely free not to. :) Website https://www.mandarinmonkey.…
 
This fall, the Asian American Writers’ Workshop is celebrating the art of the essay. Featuring longtime poets and fiction writers with debut essay collections out this year, this conversation will take an intersectional look at Asian American identity, genre, gender, race, publishing, and the way the essay form allows writers to dance, dodge, spar,…
 
Your Hosts: Dan, Howard, Mahtab, and Brandon This episode comes from a question we’re often asked: “how do you stay excited about a story you’re working on?” We talk about how we maintain our passion for the stories we’re working on, and how that’s not the same as being super excited to write every time … Continue reading 15.49: Maintaining Passion…
 
We speak with famed author, illustrator, comic book creator, linguist, instructional YouTuber and all round nice guy Mark Crilley about his time spent in Taiwan 26 years ago. How he learned Chinese and Japanese and the difference between the two. Also, raising Bilingual children. SO many topics, not enough time. This will be part one.Find Mark Here…
 
Robert Glover OBE and his wife, Liz, have spent several decades working in China to establish its first ever adoption programme, in which they've seen over 1 million children taken out of State-run orphanages and placed within loving families, many of them Christian. In this in-depth interview the couple share remarkable stories of the children who…
 
AAWW, Kundiman, & Kaya Press combine to bring acclaimed novelist Ed Lin together with pioneering YA author of FINDING MY VOICE and co-founder of AAWW Marie Myung-Ok Lee, in conversation to celebrate the release of Ed Lin’s YA debut, DAVID TUNG CAN’T HAVE A GIRLFRIEND UNTIL HE GETS INTO AN IVY LEAGUE COLLEGE (Kaya Press, October 2020). Moderated by …
 
In this interview, I ask Lynnaire about topics ranging from tips and trends in LinkedIn to how her copywriting skills have helped her with LinkedIn. There's also a little talk of gardening, if you're interested in that. -----------------------------------------------You can buy Lynnaire's book here:https://www.amazon.in/dp/B08HM77KJ7/ref=cm_sw_r_cp…
 
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