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At Limitless, we believe that choosing China as an expatriate assignment offers unlimited opportunity and adventure – and proper preparation is the key to success! Through real-life interviews from China’s leading expats, we support you and your loved ones through the entire process from relocation to repatriation, and every step in between. Glean wisdom and pick up fantastic tips and tricks from other people like you. Stay motivated, be empowered and get connected to some pretty amazing fol ...
 
This podcast series is associated with George Mason University Cultural Studies' Colloquium Series. This year's series is called "Climate and Capitalism." The industrial revolution liberated human beings from the cycles of nature — or so it once seemed. It turns out that greenhouse gases, a natural byproduct of coal- and petroleum-burning industries, lead to global warming, and that we are now locked into a long warming trend: a trend that will raise sea levels, enhance the occurrence of ext ...
 
Let’s face it, the world isn’t flat. Cultural intelligence is becoming an increasingly important asset for any businessperson. Beyond obtaining cultural intelligence, today’s businessperson must also manage cross-cultural relationships. Throughout this podcast series, we will hold conversations with global professionals and experts to explore how culture affects business. InternationalHub is a multimedia content producer devoted to helping you find your way, wherever the winds take you. Visi ...
 
Canada's varied cultural history has long been overlooked. Using literature and cultural items produced in the Great White North, explore the history of Canada and the people that shaped its unique features in North America. Hosted by Patrick, a graduate student of English literature & Canadian History, and Mackenzy, his English literature companion!
 
Cultural Baggage brings you the unvarnished truth about the first eternal war: the War on Drugs. Guests who have graced the show range from Nobel Laureates and Members of the European Parliament to the Guru of Ganja. Listeners are invited to join the discussion. Cultural Baggage opens with national and international drug war news. It segues with live musicians or recorded songs and parodies. The guests are allotted most of the time to bring focus to the need for drug policy reform. CB closes ...
 
“Where there is railway, there is civilization.” Railway can bring about resources, culture and prosperity. The six episodes of culture documentary take the audience to look around China Culural. We shall introduce the newest high speed rail lines to you, including the Beijing-Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong high-speed railway(京廣深港高鐵) Qingdao-Taiyuan high-speed railway(青太高鐵) , Shanghai-Kunming high-speed railway(滬昆高鐵), Harbin-Dalian high-speed railway(哈大高鐵), Lanzhou-Xinjiang high-speed railway( ...
 
The UnCommonCore Podcast is about the ideas, experiences and perspectives that make us different from each other. This is not about the wonderfully boring things we all have in common. It’s about the quirky things that make us different. Content includes live to tape recordings, interviews, dialogues, monologues, narratives, stories and soundscapes.
 
This course is intended for arts managers, arts funders and policy makers, artists, researchers, teachers, sympathizers, and thinkers. It is designed to provide a deeper understanding of some of the most pressing issues affecting the arts in the United States and around the world. It also seeks to examine the implications for the cultural sector of the rapidly changing political, economic and social context in which policies affecting cultural provision are formed and executed
 
The Chicago Cultural Alliance presents Cultural Connections! A conversation designed to curate meaningful connections and to highlight the stories of Chicago's cultural organizations and supporters. With Covid-19 re-engineering our world, the Alliance recognizes the importance of sticking to our roots, with our number one focus being to uphold our mission: To connect, promote, and support centers of cultural heritage for a more inclusive Chicago. To do that, we've brought back our original n ...
 
The Poqomchi Occidental Audio New Testament (AEM) is a unique presentation of the Audio Bible. For a list of other available languages go to our website at http://FaithComesByHearing.com. The mission of Faith Comes By Hearing is to bring His Church together and make disciples from every nation, tribe, language, and people: to give every person the opportunity to listen completely through the New Testament in their heart language.
 
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5:59 – Intro to Hailey Jones Smith 9:39 – On BYU and finding my mate 14:04 – The weighty eternal decision 16:12 – Always the character never the ingénue? 16:41 – Comedy from the passenger seat 23:22 – Choosing the artist path 30:12 – Being funny…and a woman? 35:19 – Comedy is truth 43:56 – Partner exits the church stage left 50:11 – Commitment to t…
 
Reflecting on the public worship protests of last weekend, we consider the nature of Charter freedoms, the lesser magistrate, and ‘civil disobedience.’ The use of fear has been a significant factor as unelected officials pursue policies that are especially damaging to the working class. Music graciously provided by Jacob Moon. Sources mentioned in …
 
Aladin speaks with Zhāng Shìwén 张释文, the head of entertainment and a partner at the law firm Huiye in Shanghai, to talk about her latest book, Guidance and Compliance: The Way to China’s Entertainment Market. They delve into her research on intellectual property protection in China’s film, music, and television industries, and they also discuss a f…
 
Welcome to the Chicago Cultural Alliance's #GivingTuesday Roundtable Event! Listen to hear each member discuss the hardships cultural heritage centers have faced in this challenging year and how they are working to keep their organization afloat. Featuring Rosa Gallagher of Dankhaus, Jennifer Kim from The Peace School, Dannilda Correa of DAMA (Domi…
 
In which we discuss migration to Upper Canada in the 1830's through the Petworth Emigration Committee, poetry by Alexander McLachlan, and letters from those who immigrated to the country! We even talk about superheroes and Thanos because... well... just listen and you'll see. Warning: We let our socialism show on this episode. --- Sources & Further…
 
This week as part of the BBC World Service’s 100 Women Season we're celebrating the female writers, artists and performers overcoming challenges and making their voices heard.Shortlisted for the prestigious Booker prize, Tsitsi Dangarembga’s latest novel This Mournable Body reveals late 1990s Zimbabwe through the eyes of her female lead, Tambusai. …
 
We're facing a very strange Christmas not just in Stoke on Trent and Staffordshire but also across the country. So I thought I would re-start the podcast early and bring you an interview with Santa Claus himself. Santa has been worried that children across North Staffordshire are missing him during lockdown so he's set up some Zoom calls (yes Zoom …
 
Theresa Sigillito HollemaAbout This Week's Guest Theresa Sigillito HollemaTheresa is an American who left her home country more than 20 years ago and has been living in Europe ever since, mainly in the Netherlands.She is an expert on virtual working.She has traveled the globe working with clients and now works with them virtually.Her work includes …
 
In this episode of the Cultural Wormhole Podcast, we head out to the Outer Rim for a look at what has happened so far on the second season of the Mandalorian. There will be spoilers. Plus, we catch up on the most recent Star Wars comic books published by Marvel Comics. Also, we ask the question, "Has Star Wars become a bit too self-referential?" Ma…
 
The cultural anarchists venture forth across pandemic-riddled wastelands in their quest to find something good to read, and along the way they find strange tidings that include tales of someone doing something nice on Twitter, Logjam Day, re-issuing books under their author’s original pen-names, stage performances on Zoom, lectures from bubble-blow…
 
Tom finishes his talk with Mr. Kirmuss of Kirmuss Audio Restoration Systems. After that he discusses High-End Audio with Doug White of "The Voice That is" Tidal's premier dealer. Music by Longzijun: Dubtitution. Transect. by Brandon Nees Daly: Uplifting Inspirational Synth Pop Rock Ballad by All The Right Moves | from Pond 5 UNCOMMONCORE www.uccpod…
 
0:00- Intro with Brother Kyle 16:26- Las Vegas houses of worship adjust to latest COVID mandate 18:48- BYU Women’s Conference 2021 20:27- Tyler Glenn of Utah’s Neon Trees hospitalized after stroke Tyler Glenn Episode 123 of The Cultural Hall 22:01- Mormon missionaries robbed at knife-point during East Idaho crime spree 23:32- Temple Square holiday …
 
5:03 – Vacations to Nauvoo as a Kid 7:10 – His Introduction to Meditation 10:25 – Meditation as a Religious Practice 14:11 – 13th Article of Faith – Seeking 18:33 – Meditation allows heaven to be open to us 30:12 – Guided Meditation 40:39 – Unpacking our meditation 48:35 – Social Activism 52:50 – We MUST level up 55:34 – The adversary loves distrac…
 
Janet Carl Smith is an ardent supporter of the Chicago Cultural Alliance, recipient of the Alliance’s Cultural Champion Award in 2014, and has been an ally for the arts and culture community in Chicago for many years. You can learn about how she used her positions over the years to advocate for the arts in the spaces that not everyone can access an…
 
***Free Month of Living Scriptures*** 0:00 – intro with Brother Kyle- Critical email written to TCH 10:46 – RootsTech Connect announces first 4 keynote speakers to headline virtual, global event 11:54 – What will Christmas on Temple Square look like this year? 13:17 – BYU temporarily closes part of library because students didn’t wear masks 13:59 –…
 
In which we give you a free taste of the fun we're having over on Patreon! What starts off as an overview of the world-famous Cirque du Soleil, ends up being a fascinating conversation about the future potential for the show and the philosophy of circus art! If you like what you hear in the episode, please consider subscribing for more of them, as …
 
The repeatedly arrested film maker and women's rights activist, Mahnaz Mohammadi, speaks from Iran about the censors and interrogators she had to deal with while making her award-winning debut feature film, Son-Mother. In the story, a young widow struggles to look after her two children in Tehran. When a kind local man offers her marriage, she must…
 
0:00- Drue and Avery Chrisman, the story of the shirt, and being the only “Mormon” on THE Ohio State Football Team 11:43- Conversion and early years 25:57- College and deciding whether or not to go on a mission 39:32- Social Media; a viral proposal; future plans 47:06- Football 2020-2021 52:37- Ending questions Avery’s Instagram Drue’s Instagram…
 
Join the Chicago Cultural Alliance's Executive Director Peter Vega as he presents the first of two 2020 Outstanding Community Leader Awards to the Chinese American Museum's Soo Lon Moy and listen as they discuss the history of community within Chicago's Chinese community and the issues of racism in Chinatown, especially during this Covid-19 pandemi…
 
***Free Month Living Scriptures*** 20:19 – 2020 First Presidency Christmas Devotional 22:08 – 17th Annual Joseph Standing Walking Marathon Is Saturday 24:57 – Utah Area Updates COVID-19 Safety Measures 29:12 – Everything you need to know about Utah’s most recognized man-made structure 31:25 – BYU: The top 10 football team spreading a message of hea…
 
In which we power through some glitchy internet connections to talk about Grosse Île Quarantine Station! We use poems by Margaret Atwood and Al Purdy to discuss more of the psychological effects of being in isolation in the 19th century than scientific medical practices. Still great fun though! --- Sources & Further Reading: Atwood, Margaret. “Dise…
 
A hashtag that went viral, photographs that caught the world’s attention. Rachel Seidu, a photo journalist from Lagos, tells us how she took to the streets to capture the #EndSars protests against police brutality in Nigeria. In Johannesburg, one woman is using her camera to change perceptions of a nation still plagued by racial injustice, inequali…
 
2:36 – Being called and preparing for her mission 15:35 – Landing in Houston, Texas 23:52 – Her traumatic experience 31:53 – Spirituality in suffering 36:41 – Conversations with loved ones 47:01 – Deciding to continue her missionary work 56:07 – Ending Questions Lauren Willardson is a disciple of Jesus Christ and 19-year old Utah native. She was se…
 
As the results of the 2020 US presidential election continue to be contested, we consider how a Christian should think and live in a nation divided between two worldviews, and where many in power refuse to acknowledge the lordship of King Jesus. Music graciously provided by Jacob MoonBy Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity
 
Long gone are the days when Chinese film directors could shoot their films and win awards abroad without complications back home. But even with stricter regulations regarding the shooting and distribution of films in China, some have not stopped creating unique stories for the big screen. Joining Aladin Farré, Cao Liuying (co-founder of Midnight Bl…
 
Join the Chicago Cultural Alliance's Executive Director Peter Vega as he presents the 2020 Cultural Champion Award to the Court Theater's Angel Ysaguirre and listen as discuss theater in the age of Covid-19, the importance of the arts and dive into topics surrounding Chicago's art sector. If you'd like to support the Alliance and it's programs, ple…
 
***Free Month of Living Scriptures*** 19:03 – Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret News announce end of joint print and delivery operations 19:42 – New Saints Studio Channel series connects people of faith through music and personal struggles 23:04 – Sen. Mike Lee explains comparing Donald Trump to Capt. Moroni from Book of Mormon 25:12 – Call for a new c…
 
***Free Month Living Scriptures*** 12:59 – Sen. Mike Lee explains comparing Donald Trump to Capt. Moroni from Book of Mormon 20:41 – ‘Once I was a Beehive’ sequel in the works, filmmakers announce online casting call 21:50 – Production On Season 2 Of ‘The Chosen’ Begins In Utah 22:43 – BYU Football players share Book of Mormon with opposing player …
 
Join the Chicago Cultural Alliance's Executive Director Peter Vega as he presents the 2020 Cultural Champion Award to the Court Theater's Angel Ysaguirre and listen as discuss theater in the age of Covid-19, the importance of the arts and dive into topics surrounding Chicago's art sector. Episode 1 Premieres on November 10th! Stay Tuned! If you'd l…
 
2:11- Getting to know Derek Sainsbury and what led him to write his book Storming the Nation: The Unknown Contributions of Joseph Smith’s Political Missionaries 5:55- Why Joseph Smith ran for president and why we don’t know much about it 11:59- Counsel of 50 18:04- Zion society 22:56- The political climate in Nauvoo leading up to Joseph running for…
 
In which we halt our narrative to talk about werewolves, ghost ships, and...flying canoes?! You can find images and brief overviews of the monsters right here. -- Major Sources: Beaugrand, Honoré. 'Fantastic Tales,' La Bibliothèque électronique du Quebec (The English Collection), Volume 11. Jolicoeur. Catherine. 'Le Vaisseau Fantôme: Légende Étiolo…
 
TITLE: Cultural Stew Podcast StayHome Eps EPISODE: 0052 LOCATION: at our homes Today's podcast is brought to you by audible - get a FREE audiobook download and 30 day free trial at www.audibletrial.com/culturalstew. Over 180,000 titles to choose from for your iPhone, Android, Kindle or mp3 player. INTROS: Kendra Hacker our Special Guest returns! 3:…
 
2:29- About Angilyn Bagley 17:38- Forgiveness and how to heal suffering 32:01- How to create of culture of healing in your relationship; companionship inventory 35:46- Conflict as a means to mutual understanding; unsolvable problems 46:07- When to seek the guidance of a therapist; behavioral contagion 54:43- Ending Questions We created Mormon Marri…
 
Cultural anarchy is the order of the day as the Literary Loitering gang sashay back into the foreground with a pocket full of news and other oddities. On this episode we've got dead language confusion involving the tag line of Sean Hannity's new book, John Boyne's surprising connection to The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild, publishing contract…
 
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