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The BIG Show is the biggest show put together, fronted by three BIG, strong, established personalities, Glenn Ong, The Flying Dutchman (aka the “FD”) and Angelique Nicolette Teo (aka “Angel”), with Producer Shaun Tupaz. The BIG personalities put their opinions across sensitive topics and subjects every morning. The show also has a regular pool of BIG expert guests who will join them from 8am daily and this will be on their hugely popular and engaging Facebook Live segment. The BIG Show focus ...
 
Synopsis: Every first and third Monday of the month, The Straits Times analyses the beat of the changing environment, from biodiversity conservation to climate change. Podcasters: Audrey Tan & David Fogarty Produced by podcast editor Ernest Luis & The Straits Times, Singapore Press Holdings
 
The South China Morning Post political economy team analyse the latest economic data from China, delve deep into the ongoing US-China trade and tech war, and examine China's changing economic relationship with Europe, Africa and the Indo-Pacific. Hear deep background on Beijing's political machinations and how they affect policy and its global diplomacy.
 
#STRongerTogether Meet the Scholar Podcast offers the opportunity for our community to get to know a prominent Strategic Management scholar through a candid conversation. Sessions will begin with an interview by moderators asking scholars a wide range of questions, including: where did they grow up, what made them pursue a career in academia, how have their research interests evolved, what were some challenges and triumphs along the way, what advice would they give to new scholars, what unan ...
 
Amateur Traveler is an award winning audio travel show that focuses primarily on the question: "where should you go next and what should you see, do and eat there?". Amateur Traveler won its creator Chris Christensen a Travel+Leisure SMITTY award as the best independent travel journalist and a Society of American Travel Writers Lowell Thomas Award. It is also used to teach English at Oxford University.
 
Dinis Guarda - citiesabc openbusinesscouncil Youtube Podcast Series is a fast growing Thought leadership channel focused on profiling global leading inspiring people, leaders, CEOs, authors, technologists, academics. We highlight the ideas, products, inventions, software, books & solutions to the multiple challenges / opportunities we face in our cities / nations with the advent of Society 5.0 digital transformation 4IR AI Blockchain Fintech IoT disruptive tech Dinis Guarda is author of book ...
 
Radio New Bloom is a podcast covering topical events and interviewing Taiwanese social activists, artists, public intellectuals, and others in order to make Taiwanese voices better known in the international world. Radio New Bloom is a project of New Bloom Magazine, an online magazine covering activism and youth politics in Taiwan and the Asia Pacific, founded in Taiwan in 2014 in wake of the Sunflower Movement. We seek to put local voices in touch with international discourse, beginning wit ...
 
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Glenn van Zutphen and award-winning author Neil Humphreys are joined by Alicia Yeo, Acting Director, National Library & John Koh, Bintang-Timor Donor, National Library to talk about the donation of over 27,000 historical materials to the National Library Board by 160 donors, and how these precious materials are helping NLB engage the community in c…
 
Australia said on Saturday it regrets France’s decision to recall its ambassador to Canberra over the AUKUS security deal made with Washington and London, but it values its relationship with the western European nation and will keep engaging with Paris on many other issues.“We note with regret France’s decision to recall its ambassador to Australia…
 
Scientists who analysed 9,000-year-old pottery discovered in eastern China said our ancient ancestors might have enjoyed a fresh pint as much as the next person.An analysis of ancient pots and cups found in Qiaotou, Zhejiang province, showed that the vessels contained beer made out of rice.The study, published in August on PLoS One, a peer-reviewed…
 
South Korean mother of two Kwon Se-jin spends 1.9 million won (US$1,616) every month to put her son in a preschool where the four-year-old can pick up some English words while playing with a native speaker.“I don’t want my young boy to get stressed out but at the same time I fear he will be left behind at the starting line,” said Kwon, a housewife,…
 
The Mid-Autumn Festival will be the first chance for Chinese to take a break since the Delta variant of the coronavirus forced lockdowns and transport curbs across the country and scuppered summer travel plans.As the summer clusters have waned, enthusiasm for travel has grown and millions are expected to take the opportunity to get out of the house…
 
Wenda Wu’s life has been one of moving back and forth between Hong Kong and Australia, and having to decide where to settle for good.She was 11 when her family emigrated to Sydney in 1988. She noticed that the people looked different and spoke a different language than in Hong Kong, and there were big houses and wide open spaces.Her father continue…
 
Haitians made up most of the over 10,000 migrants sleeping on the ground and desperate for food in a squalid camp under a bridge in southern Texas on Friday, in a growing humanitarian and political challenge for US President Joe Biden.The Haitians were joined by Cubans, Venezuelans and Nicaraguans under the Del Rio International Bridge connecting M…
 
A group of scientists have urged more research on the controversial theory that the coronavirus leaked from a laboratory, issuing the call in a letter in the medical journal The Lancet on Friday.The letter was signed by 16 virologists, biologists and biosecurity specialists.“Research-related hypotheses are not misinformation or conjecture,” they sa…
 
The whitest paint in the world has been created in a lab at Purdue University in the US, a paint so white that it could eventually reduce or even eliminate the need for air conditioning, scientists say.The paint has now made it into the Guinness World Records book as the whitest ever made.So why did the scientists create such a paint? It turns out …
 
A panel of expert outside advisers to the US Food and Drug Administration voted against broadly approving Covid-19 vaccine booster shots on Friday, instead recommending emergency use authorisation for the narrower group of older or high-risk patients.The panel voted overwhelmingly against approving boosters for Americans age 16 and older, potential…
 
China has denied its long-awaited application to join a mega Pacific Rim trade pact was timed to counter the “Aukus” security pact between the US, Britain and Australia, reaffirming its intentions to promote economic cooperation while slamming the military alliance as “destructive”.On Friday, Beijing said it had signalled nearly a year ago its eage…
 
The Dutch defence minister on Friday became the second cabinet member to resign over the Afghan evacuation debacle as the widening scandal claims a growing number of Western political scalps.Ank Bijleveld followed foreign minister Sigrid Kaag out of the door after parliament formally censured them over a crisis that has left dozens of interpreters …
 
Apple Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google removed a protest-voting app from their Russian stores on Friday as parliamentary elections got under way, a move that pleased the Kremlin but drew swift anger from Washington and opposition activists.The US technology companies “have caved into the Kremlin’s blackmail,” Leonid Volkov, a top aide to jailed oppo…
 
Amazon.com said on Friday that it has closed about 3,000 online merchant accounts, backed by about 600 Chinese brands, on its popular platform, as the world’s largest e-commerce company ratchets up its crackdown on consumer review abuses.The company’s campaign is not intended to target China or any other country, according to Cindy Tai, Amazon’s vi…
 
China should forge stronger ties with Europe and other economies to offset the impact of a US-led international order, according to an independent Chinese intelligence analyst.In a paper in this month’s Journal of Intelligence, Zhao Bingfeng, head of Beijing Intelli Consulting, said China should do a full assessment of US strategic activities and m…
 
Chinese President Xi Jinping called on countries around the world to oppose “hegemony and division”, a day after the United States launched a security alliance seen as countering Beijing.In a virtual address to a regional security summit in Dushanbe on Friday, Xi said international issues could not be solved by bullying from “a position of strength…
 
Didi Chuxing’s ride-hailing orders in August fell 21.1 per cent from the previous month, a steeper decline than the industry’s overall 17.2 per cent decrease in the same period, indicating that local rivals may be chipping away at the company’s market lead as it remains under Beijing’s cybersecurity review.The data, released by China’s Ministry of …
 
China has lobbied Russia, Iran and Pakistan to take a unified stance on Afghanistan, focusing on holding the United States accountable for the chaos in the war-torn nation and stemming security threats to neighbouring countries.In meetings on Friday of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) and Moscow-led Collective Security Treaty Organisatio…
 
China’s new guidelines for building a “cyberspace civilisation” likely indicate more campaigns cracking down on online information in the months ahead of next year’s 20th party congress, experts say.Internet platform operators such as WeChat owner Tencent Holdings and TikTok owner ByteDance are expected to face the brunt of new restrictions seeking…
 
Chinese eyes were on the skies this week, with the safe return of its three astronauts after 90 days on board the Tiangong space station on Friday, and a tour on Wednesday of the PLA’s primary satellite control facility by President Xi Jinping, who said space was an important asset that needed to be managed well.“Space is an important strategic ass…
 
One of China’s leading vaccine makers has published new data that suggests its Covid-19 jab can safely be given to children as young as three.The data was released at a time when a fresh outbreak involving kindergarten and primary school pupils has raised the question of when vaccinations will be expanded to cover this age group.Data from phase one…
 
After almost two years, an unmarried woman suing for the right to freeze her eggs in Beijing is getting her case heard in court on Friday in a rare legal challenge against the country’s restrictions on unmarried women in reproductive health.Teresa Xu has been waiting since December 2019 for her second hearing at the Chaoyang People’s Court in Beiji…
 
A man in central China became so angry while tutoring his daughter that his jaw became dislocated, a video on social media has revealed.In the video taken by the man’s wife, he is seen wearing pyjamas with bandages wrapped around his head as he walked home from the hospital on Tuesday in Yueyang, Hunan province, after medical treatment. His wife co…
 
Hong Kong’s largest political party suggests that the city heed recent developments in mainland China and impose limits on gaming time, along with real-name registration, to curb local teenagers’ growing addiction to video games.The Democratic Alliance for the Betterment and Progress of Hong Kong, known as DAB, said it conducted this month an onlin…
 
Hong Kong’s High Court has ruled against jailed media tycoon Jimmy Lai Chee-ying in finding that the Security Bureau can restrict his voting rights as the major shareholder of Next Digital under the national security law.But the court stopped short of saying whether Lai should be granted the limited right to vote only on the issue of winding up the…
 
SCMP Washington bureau chief Rob Delaney unpacks the week’s surprise announcement of 'AUUKUS' - a new military pact between the US, UK and Australia promising increased US troops, hardware and a new fleet of nuclear submarines to be stationed in Australia. Brussels-based reporter Finbarr Bermingham analyses the shocked European response as well as …
 
How important is Islam to Indonesia’s identity? How different is Salafism from a more mainstream Sunni Islam? Why is it popular with mostly young Indonesian Muslims? And what effect does it have on Indonesian identity and democracy? In this episode, Chris Chaplin joins Petra Desatova to discuss his new book Salafism and the State: Islamic Activism …
 
China and India have stressed the need for troop withdrawals from an area of a deadly confrontation on their border for bilateral relations to progress.Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and his Indian counterpart Subrahmanyam Jaishankar discussed the tensions on their Himalayan border on the sidelines of a regional security conference in Dushanbe on…
 
North Korea released video of its new system to launch missiles from trains, offering a multitude of camera angles that show its capabilities, and underscoring Kim Jong-un’s push to increase the production value of state propaganda.The video starts with a shot from a drone flying over train tracks that lead into a tunnel. From there, two reddish-br…
 
In September-October 2021, SSEAC Stories will be hosting a mini-series of podcasts exploring the role that research plays in understanding and advocating for human rights in Southeast Asia. In the second episode, Dr Thushara Dibley talks with Professor Nick Enfield about how the field of linguistics intersects with human rights. They discuss some o…
 
Language Ungoverned: Indonesia's Chinese Print Entrepreneurs, 1911–1949 (Cornell UP, 2021) explores a fascinating archive of Sino-Malay texts – writings produced by the Chinese community in the Malay language – in Indonesia. It demonstrates the myriad ways in which the ethnic Chinese in Indonesia resorted to the press for their education, legal and…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: UK Government begins UK GDPR change consultation, Elizabeth Denham asks G7 countries for help with cookie policies, Animal Rights activists target gun owners after Guntrader data breach, Syracuse University sued by student after a data breach, Dotty's data breach, MyRepublic data breach, China passes PIPL into stat…
 
Glenn van Zutphen and award-winning author Neil Humphreys speak to Vaibhav Jain, Founder, and CEO, Hubilo about the evolution of the current events landscape and how Hubilo is reimagining events and addressing the concerns of event organisers and attendees. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Glenn van Zutphen and award-winning author Neil Humphreys speak to Charu Mahajan, Partner & Sector Leader, IBM ASEAN & Farhan Shah, Editor in Chief, The Peak Singapore Magazine to discuss The Peak Power List 2021 that highlights 10 women with varied backgrounds in technology, business, the arts, medicine, and their impact on the Singapore and regio…
 
Glenn van Zutphen and award-winning author Neil Humphreys speak to Desmond Chow, Founder, CEO, Singapore Crawfish about some challenges facing the aquaculture industry today, and how Singapore Crawfish addresses this issue. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By MONEY FM 89.3
 
Glenn van Zutphen and award-winning author Neil Humphreys are joined by Munah Bagharib, Dementia Singapore Ambassador to discuss the importance of dementia education and what we can do to make Singapore a more dementia-inclusive society. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By MONEY FM 89.3
 
Glenn van Zutphen and award-winning author Neil Humphreys are joined by Major General Tim Green, US Air Force, Melinda Murphy, Emmy Award Winning Reporter, Capt. Jerry Gelbard, FDNY-EMS (Retired), Steve Okun, Fmr. Deputy General Counsel, Aviation Advisor, US Dept of Transportation and Kris Balderston, Former Deputy Chief of Staff, US Senator Hillar…
 
What is image-based abuse? Why has it been on the rise in Asia, especially amid the Covid-19 pandemic? What has been done to tackle the issue? Raquel Carvalho, Asia Correspondent for the South China Morning Post, shares the story of how a group of journalists across some Asian newsrooms collaborated in a months-long investigation and uncover the st…
 
Claudia Tordini and Richard Franklin have a remarkable business advising families on managing their collective financial wealth that is strategically oriented to the well-being of the family. Claudia Tordini provides coaching and consulting through Appanage LLC. She consults with families on wealth and inheritance planning, helping to design a fami…
 
A well-known lawyer and investment banker, David Kay is the Executive Chairman and Chief Investment Officer of Liti Capital, a Swiss investment company that combines blockchain-based solutions, advanced data analytics and investigative capabilities to conduct litigation funding. David is considered one of the most successful and in-demand litigatio…
 
Melanie Eusebe is an award winning business strategist, working with clients to identify strategic priorities and initiatives for revenue generation and sustainable growth. Fresh out of university, Melanie worked at Canada’s largest financial service institution, progressing quickly from Business Analyst to Manager of the Internet Channels. She mov…
 
Green Pulse Ep 57: Taking climate action by putting a price on carbon (Pt 1) 18:52 mins Synopsis: Every first and third Monday of the month, The Straits Times analyses the beat of the changing environment, from biodiversity conservation to climate change. Climate scientists have sounded the alarm bells for humanity. Now, it is time for policy maker…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Whatsapp fined 225 million Euros by Irish DPC, Turkish data regulator fines Whatsapp for non-compliance, Industry reaction to Oliver Dowden Telegraph interview, Havant mother awarded £10000 after a school data breach, Welsh Government has had 300 GDPR breaches since 2019, Australian Insurers and Banks concerned ove…
 
In this week’s Beautiful Places, Glenn van Zutphen and award-winning author Neil Humphreys takes us to National Gallery City Hall where it features a new large-scale installation by Antony Gormley and the Georgette Chen: At Home In The World exhibition that featured 69 prominent works and 74 archival materials of one of Singapore's most celebrated …
 
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