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This is part two of a two-part episode with Sofia Japardize, a labor activist based in Tblisi, Georgia. Before preceding, we highly recommend hitting the pause button and starting with part 1!Georgia is in some ways ‘a land between’. Red Star tends to focus on East Asian topics, but we had the opportunity to have on a good friend of the show, Sopo …
 
For this episode, we go to the far Western edges of ‘Asia’, the Republic of Georgia.Georgia is in some ways ‘a land between’. Red Star tends to focus on East Asian topics, but we had the opportunity to have on a good friend of the show, Sopo Japardize. She's a labor organizer based in Tblisi, Georiga, a fascinating country located at the nexus of E…
 
This is part 2 of a two-part episode on Cuba with Rodrigo Huamachi. We recommend listening to part 1 first! Part 1 of our discussion focused on the history and legacy of the Cuban Revolution, as well as the structure and dynamics of Cuba's political and electoral system.Here in part 2, we cover the recent July 2021 protest wave in Cuba and unpack s…
 
We're back for Season 2 with an epic two-part episode on Cuba! You might be asking yourself, "this is ‘Red Star Over Asia’, why is there an episode about Cuba?" Well, the Cuban Revolution has had a profound impact all over the world. Cuba historically supported anti-colonial colonial movements in Asia, Africa etc. and the Cuban experience offers a …
 
May 18th is the anniversary of the Gwangju Uprising, when the citizens of Gwangju launched an armed uprising against South Korea’s military regime. On October 26, 1979, South Korea's longtime military dictator, Park Chung Hee was assassinated by his own head of secret police, ending the infamous Yushin regime. However, in December of that year, Gen…
 
(This is part 2 of a 2 part discussion. We highly recommend listening to part 1 before starting this episode). In February of 2021, Myanmar's military leadership annulled the results of a general election and removed the National League for Democracy (NLD), led by Aung San Suu Kyi, from power. Popular resistance immediately erupted in response to t…
 
In February of 2021, Myanmar's military leadership annulled the results of a general election and removed the National League for Democracy (NLD), led by Aung San Suu Kyi, from power. Popular resistance immediately erupted in response to the coup, but the military has responded with an increasingly violent crackdown. The military has dominated poli…
 
The panel (minus Jay - he was out sick for this episode) discusses the nature of anti-Asian racism in the U.S., in the aftermath of the March 16th Atlanta shootings. *Disclaimer*: this was recorded in the immediate aftermath of those tragic events, when details were unclear. Please excuse any factual inaccuracies in our description of the shooting.…
 
Ashok Kumar joins this week to discuss the farmers' movement in India, the Indian left generally, and his new book Monopsony Capitalism: Power and Production in the Twilight of the Sweatshop Age. Since last year, an energized mass movement of farmers has erupted across India in response to the Modi government's attempt at a neoliberal restructuring…
 
This month”s Herds and Curds is the second part of a three part series on Georgian farmhouse cheesemakers. Lea is in conversation with Tina and Robison Lagazidze at their farm in the Caucasus mountain range in Tusheti. Tina and Robison discuss their seasonal herding life and how their son Giorgi is reviving the tradition of guda cheesemaking.Thanks…
 
In this epsiode we feature Carmen in conversation with French cheese consultant Ivan Larcher. Ivan has over 20 years of incredibly varied experience in the dairy industry, from the big business of cultures to running his own microdairy. Ivan has been visiting Australia since 2013 running professional cheese technology workshops and is largely respo…
 
This week we feature a great conversation between Carmen and her grandma Eva Bateson. We are proud to bring you the story of Eva Bateson and her life as a dairy farmer in Gippsland. It's a rare treat to hear older women's voices in the media and for them to publically document their working lives. What a privilege to hear this delightful intimate i…
 
This month on Herds and Curds, Carmen and Leanne chat to raw milk cheese advocate Will Studd about his life in cheese. This is a two part special. Part 2 will continue to follow Will's campaign for Australia to follow international common practice in allowing raw milk products to be available for import and production. The live program will air on …
 
This month's Herds and Curds features an excerpt of an event organised by the Australian Specialist Cheese Association (ASCA) that took place at Calendar Cheese earlier in the year. The event titled Revinventing Farmhouse Cheese bought together Bronwen and Francis Percival, authors of Reinventing the Wheel: milk, microbes and the fight for real che…
 
Welcome to the podcast for MZ-TV Episode 2 Emily Sopo, Master Trainer at Myzone is here to give you the latest club operator tips for the Myzone systems. Ian Rushbury, Head of Fitness and Training Innovation for Energie Fitness will help you understand how to manage your facility profile.Next up is Emmett Williams, President at Myzone talking about…
 
Leanne chats to Carmen in France having recently decended the Swiss mountains following her 2018 season on aplage with her small herd of ten goats. In this epsiode we go into more depth about Carmen's daily life with the goats, her cheesemaking techniques and experiments as well as her appreciation of some useful visits from industry professionals.…
 
This week Carmen and Leanne talk to Ann-Marie and Carla about their journey to becoming world class farmhouse cheese makers and life and work on their Sutton Grange organic farm.To find out more check out Holy Goat Cheese.By Carmen Bateson and Leanne McLean in conversation Ann-Marie Monda nad Carla meurs
 
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