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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.
 
Learn things you never knew, and get to know the people behind the restaurant scene in St. Pete, as we delve into their backgrounds, find out what brought them into the industry, and what's literally, and figuratively cooking at their restaurants. The St. Petersburg Foodies Podcast features interviews with chefs, restaurateurs, sommeliers, bartenders, and more, and covers the burgeoning food scene in St. Petersburg, Florida. Episodes air every Tuesday.
 
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.
 
"Why can't I ever find an awesome and fun podcast that's completely in Mandarin?" - You Oh wait, you just did. -Season 2: 面包吐思第二季 BreadToast Chinese Season 2 is well under way with alternating weekly new episodes of two awesome new series: 《等我音乐》 and 《南腔北调》! -Season 1: BreadToast Chinese - 面包吐思 (miànbāotǔsī) is a Chinese language podcast about anything and everything. Each episode is an engaging conversation between host Brad Johnson and a Chinese friend or two on an interesting topic. That' ...
 
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How to Cook Sichuan Poached Chicken Cold Dish Cooking Food is fun! Delicious mild spicy Sichuan dish. Ingredients • 1 tbsp chili powder • Some white pepper powder • 1 tbsp white sesame • 1 tbsp chopped garlic • 1 tbsp chopped green onions • Half tbsp sugar • 1 tbsp soy sauce • 1 tbsp premium dark soy sauce • 1 tbsp Sichuan (Szechuan) peppercorn oil…
 
If anyone is reading this notebook — don’t come looking for me. Don’t. In the forty sixth episode of The Translated Chinese Fiction Podcast we are undergoing black initiation into The Flock of Ba Hui. Returning to the show to rescue me from the abyss - or hurl me into it - is the extremely online Dylan Levi King. We have quite a beast to wrestle wi…
 
This week on Sinica, Kaiser chats with the three authors of a new policy paper from the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft, a relatively new D.C.-based think tank that advocates restraint in U.S. foreign policy. Michael D. Swaine, Jessica J. Lee, and Rachel Esplin Odell authored the report Toward an Inclusive & Balanced Regional Order: A N…
 
We interview the new co-owner of Annata Restaurant & Wine Bar, and Alto Mare Fish Bar, Jacob Linzey. After the interview, we have lunch at Greenstock, which is a Chef-driven and ingredient-focused salad and wraps, fast casual eatery right in the heart of downtown St. Pete.By Kevin Godbee & Lori Brown
 
By the end of 2019, Chinese courts had uploaded some 80 million court cases to a massive, centralized database — a gold mine not only for people working in the legal professions in China, but also for researchers interested in what the court decisions can tell us about Chinese jurisprudence, criminal and civil procedures, and Chinese society more b…
 
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…
 
We interview David Benstock. He is the Co-Owner and Executive Chef of IL Ritorno, Greenstock, and St. Pete Meat & Provisions. At the top of the show we have Abby Allen with her new recipe for a slightly healthier version of Zuppa Toscana, and boy is it so delicious!By Kevin Godbee & Lori Brown
 
This week on Sinica, Kaiser welcomes back former National Security Council China director Ryan Hass, who offers his perspective on the likely direction that the incoming Biden administration will take when it comes to managing the American relationship with China — the most difficult and most consequential of bilateral relationships. Thoughtful and…
 
We interview the Co-Owner and Head Brewer of Green Bench Brewing, Khristopher Johnson. After the interview, we talk about our weekend lunch at Greenstock, which is a Chef-driven and ingredient-focused salad and wraps, fast casual eatery right in the heart of downtown St. Pete.By Kevin Godbee & Lori Brown
 
Why have so many prominent critical and dissident intellectuals from China come out vocally in support of Donald Trump? This week on Sinica, Kaiser and Jeremy set out to answer that question, and are joined by journalist Ian Johnson of the New York Times and by Lin Yao, a political scientist now earning a law degree at Yale, who writes frequently o…
 
This week on Sinica, Kaiser and Jeremy chat with James “Jay” Carter, a professor of history at St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, about his terrific new book, Champions Day: The End of Old Shanghai, which focuses on horse racing as an unlikely but effective way to tell the story of Shanghai during the Nanjing decade (1928–1938) and World War …
 
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…
 
We interview Kristen Hess from The Artful Gourmet. She has several degrees and certifications as a Food Stylist, Food Photographer, Food Writer, Recipe Creator, and Chef. She does work for large national brands, and local St. Pete food companies, and restaurants. After the interview, we have lunch at Greenstock, which is a Chef-driven and ingredien…
 
This week on Sinica, Kaiser is joined by Evan Feigenbaum, vice president for studies at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, where he oversees research in Washington, Beijing, and New Delhi on a dynamic region that encompasses both East Asia and South Asia. Evan also served as deputy assistant secretary of state for South and Central Asi…
 
We interview Fred Zammataro, the COO and Executive Vice President of Schramsberg Vineyards in Napa Valley. They were originally founded in the 1800s, and their sparkling wines are one of the only served at The White House. We'll discuss how the Davies family revived the vineyard in the 1960s, President Nixon brought several cases to China in the 19…
 
This week on Sinica, we bring you a conversation with Pallavi Aiyar, a prolific writer and, until 2008, a Beijing-based journalist, and Ananth Krishnan, who reported from China for The Hindu and India Today until 2018. The two chatted with Kaiser and Jeremy as part of the Hong Kong International Literary Festival in November, covering subjects from…
 
We interview Russell Andrade, the owner of Avo's Kitchen. Avo's is the only Goan restaurant in all of the southeast U.S. It is a unique style of Indian cuisine in a fast-casual pop-up inside of Iberian Rooster. After the interview, we have lunch at Greenstock, which is a Chef-driven and ingredient-focused salad and wraps, fast casual eatery right i…
 
In this episode of Sinica, which was taped live at the fourth annual NEXTChina Conference on November 11, Kaiser and Jeremy chat with Yifei Li and Judith Shapiro, co-authors of a new book called China Goes Green: Coercive Environmentalism for a Troubled Planet. Li, an assistant professor of environmental studies at NYU Shanghai, and Shapiro, the ch…
 
We interview Joey Ledet, the general manager of The Urban Stillhouse. They are owned by American Freedom Distillery, feature Horse Soldier Bourbon, and have a huge two-story 16,000 sq. ft. space with amazing cuisine. At the top of the show, we have Abby Allen with her recipe for Sous Vide Duck Breast and Root Vegetable Gratin.…
 
This week on Sinica, we teamed up with Columbia University Press and the Columbia Global Centers to convene a conversation with Brian Dott, a professor of history and Middle Eastern studies at Whitman College and the author of The Chili Pepper in China: A Cultural Biography. Kaiser — who is something of a chili head himself — chats with Brian about…
 
'Underneath the hole is another hole. Do you dare go down?' In the forty third episode of The Translated Chinese Fiction Podcast we are grappling with the experimental literature of Can Xue, as embodied in I Live in the Slums. Helping me train for the performance of a lifetime is Chinese-to-Bulgarian translator & friend of the pod, Stefan Rusinov. …
 
We interview international jazz artist, Nate Najar. Nate has 13 albums out, has toured the world, is a total foodie, and was born, raised, and lives in St. Pete. After the interview, we have lunch at Greenstock, which is a Chef-driven and ingredient-focused salad and wraps, fast casual eatery right in the heart of downtown St. Pete.…
 
This week on Sinica, we present the first installment in a three-part series produced in collaboration with the Social Science Research Council (SSRC), highlighting the groundbreaking work of young social scientists who are focused on China. In this episode, Kaiser chats with Jennifer Pan, an assistant professor of communication at Stanford, about …
 
We interview Sef Gonzalez from BurgerBeast.com. He is a hamburger and comfort food aficionado, food event organizer, has his own bottled condiments, and his own burger creations as a pop-up in a Miami restaurant. He's been food blogging since 2008. At the top of the show we discuss James beard - the man, the house, the foundation, and the awards, a…
 
This week on Sinica, Kaiser chats with Rana Mitter, professor of the history and politics of modern China at St. Cross College, Oxford, and director of the University of Oxford China Centre, about his new book, China’s Good War: How World War II Is Shaping a New Nationalism. The book is a meditation on how the evolving official narrative of World W…
 
I am an Evenki woman. I am the wife of our people’s last Clan Chieftain. I was born in the winter. In the forty second episode of The Translated Chinese Fiction Podcast we are heading into the mountains of Manchuria to seek out The Last Quarter of the Moon (额尔古纳河右岸 / É'ěrgǔnà Hé Yòu'àn) by Chi Zijian. Tramping with me through the snows is its trans…
 
This week on Sinica, Kaiser chats with Tobita Chow and Jake Werner about what a progressive U.S. policy toward China should look like. Tobita is the direc­tor of Jus­tice Is Glob­al, a spe­cial project of People’s Action that is build­ing a move­ment to cre­ate a more just and sus­tain­able glob­al econ­o­my and defeat right-wing nation­al­ism arou…
 
This week on Sinica, Kaiser chats with the Los Angeles–based film producer Peter Shiao about his vision of bringing wuxia 武侠 — a genre that tells stories of chivalrous martial artists with supernatural abilities — to global audiences through comics, graphic novels, and films. The son of renowned martial arts novelist Shiao Yi (蕭逸 Xiāo Yì), who pass…
 
It is not often that one has the opportunity to observe the extinction of an entire civilisation In the forty first episode of The Translated Chinese Fiction Podcast, we are venturing into Cat Country (猫城记 / Māo Chéng Jì), a science fiction oddity of the Republic of China. Helping me save the nation and stay off the damned reverie leaves is Molly S…
 
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