Best Taiwan podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
Related podcasts: China Featured FM Society International Culture News Business Twentieth Century Nineteenth Century Early Modern Asian Studies Global History Historiography Uschina Relation Memory Foreign Europe Japan Policy  
Taiwan public [search 0]
Join millions of Player FM users today to get Taiwan news and insights whenever you like, even when you're offline. Podcast smarter with the podcast app that refuses to compromise … it's free and easy.
Podcast smarter! Player FM is free and easy.
show episodes
News and features from Radio Taiwan International. Brought to you by For more info, please go to
Life App Podcast
Scott Dreyer from the US State of Virginia has been teaching languages and history around the world since 1986. Dreyer studied one year in Germany and graduated from the College of William and Mary (est. 1693) with a history degree and teaching license. He taught in Taiwan from 1989-1999 and co-authored "Write like a Champion," which won Taiwan's 2008 "Foreign Language Book of the Year" award. He now teaches ESL online. This podcast seeks to educate, motivate, uplift, inspire...and maybe ent ...
Al Jazeera World
A weekly showcase of one-hour documentary films from across the Al Jazeera Network.
A weekly discussion of the geopolitical implications of current events in the Asia-Pacific, hosted by Ankit Panda from The Diplomat, with regular guests.
​Presented by ​Andrew Mueller, Monocle 24’s flagship global-affairs show features​ expert guests ​and in-depth analysis of the big issues of the week. Winner in the ‘best current affairs’ category of the 2018 British Podcast awards.
Learn Chinese 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 One of these phrases just might turn your trip into the best one ever!
Insights into the business world - featuring content from BBC Radio 4's In Business programme, and also Global Business from the BBC World Service.
This podcast series brings you the full audio from our public programs, featuring in-depth analysis from scholars, journalists, and policymakers. Regular releases cover a range of developing issues related to U.S.-China relations, domestic politics, foreign policy, economics, security, culture, the environment, and areas of global concern. For more podcasts, videos, and links to events, visit our website: The National Committee on U.S.-China Relations is the leading nonprofit ...
Expat life and more as seen from my perspective in Taiwan. Helping tell the stories of other expats.
The Parrot Cast
John and Chad are a strange combination. One hails from the southern United States and has some strange points of view. The other comes from the southern part of the world, New Zealand. Together they parrot news and stories from around the globe.
15past15 is a new podcast which discusses how the past is made, and by whom.
What We Dig Today
This is What We Dig, Toronto's source for some of the best food the city has to offer. Whether you are from here or visiting Toronto, we are a source of the best food, the stories behind the locations and how it's made. Bon Appetit. We may occasionally discuss other topics of what we love as well.
Wandering Stoic
This is the Wandering Stoic podcast. A place where I talk about Stoicism, politics, history, and culture. Randomly in a stream of consciousness nonsensical monologue. Currently living in California, saving money for the next travels, and just as incoherent as ever.
3 op Reis
3 op Reis (2013-09-05 14:44:48 +0000 UTC)
The One Dharma International Podcast presents a collection of Ven. Ryodo Yamashita’s English language dharma talks. From the mountains of Japan to the jungles of Burma, Yamashita-sensei has 30 years of experience practicing and teaching meditation. His non-sectarian approach focuses on his “One Dharma Meditation Method.” The talks presented here are mostly from his retreats given outside Japan, especially in India and Taiwan. They explore how we can give birth to a new world here in the 21st ...
In this podcast we are 3 friends (Giovanni, Juhana and Nicola) from different fields of engineering and science (Material Science, Chemistry, Engineering, Semiconductor tech, Game development and scientific programming) discussing every week about, you guessed, Science and Technology. In addition to us speaking about our interests we will invite guests to have a conversation about their field of work while trying to present the topic in a simple but deep way with a topping of random talk.Fol ...
We explore all areas related to spirit, soul and body. So, nothing is off limits and nothing is sacred. We pray that you find this refreshing, fun and helpful. We also love to talk about vegan and plant-based lifestyles!
Linux Tag 2014
LinuxTag Berlin 2014Internationale KonferenzDatum: vom 8. bis 10. Mai 2014 Der LinuxTag hat ein internationales Publikum und wird von internationalen ehrenamtlichen Helfern und Vortragenen veranstaltet. Es gibt Anmeldungen von Sprechern aus den folgenden Ländern: Österreich, Belgien, Kanada, Tschechische Republik, Dänemark, Deutschland, Frankreich, Italien, Ungarn, Russland, Slowakei, Spanien, Schweiz, Taiwan, Niederlande, Vereinigtes Königreich, Vereinigte Staaten.Besucher aus den folgenden ...
In Life Told By a Stranger, the teen host Daniella Lake, meets with different types of people who have lived different walks of life. From nurses to nail technicians, from teenagers to great-grandparents, she asks them all the same four questions about life! Come open your heart and mind by hearing about life from someone who has lived a different walk of life than you!
Radical Perspectives on Taiwan and the Asia Pacific
Telling life stories to gain insight on different cultures. Hopefully people find a connection and find some hope.
Loading …
show series
Learn Chinese with! If you have the chance to go out to dinner in China, you’ll certainly want to reserve a private room! This is a common practice in Chinese restaurants, and if you’ve never tried a private room before, it will certainly be a fun experience! If you’re lucky, your room may even [...]…
Programming of Thursday, 21.03.2019 -By (Radio
With just over a week until the UK was supposed to be leaving the EU, Andrew Mueller asks (yet again) what on earth is going on.
Lorenzo Andolfatto shows how societal transformations in late-nineteenth century China were reflected in the utopian popular literature. Interviewed by Martin Dusinberre and Birgit Tremml Werner.By (Digital History Lab UZH).
Programming of Wednesday, 20.03.2019 -By (Radio
The 2011 Arab Spring had seen the end of President Hosni Mubarak's 30-year rule and within 18 months, Mohamed Morsi had become Egypt's first democratically elected president. But after one year in office, almost weekly street protests and riots appeared to reach a climax with calls for Morsi to resign and even for the military to intervene. In ...…
Programming of Tuesday, 19.03.2019 -By (Radio
Programming of Monday, 18.03.2019 -By (Radio
Programming of Sunday, 17.03.2019 -By (Radio
Browder shares what it's like to live 'rent-free in Putin's head' and how the Magnitsky Act became a 'viral phenomenon'.The turmoil of post-Soviet Russia in the 1990s saw a handful of business people grow rich, while the country itself grew poor.Into the mix of chaotic capitalism and Wild West opportunity stepped a young Stanford business gradu ...…
In this episode of our series looking at how countries reach an understanding with difficult aspects of their history, we look at empire – how we think about it, talk about it, teach it – and try to answer the question at the heart of the subject: what does a former coloniser owe the formerly colonised?…
Programming of Saturday, 16.03.2019 -By (Radio
Programming of Friday, 15.03.2019 -By (Radio
Does an unambiguous U.S. assurance to the Philippines in the South China Sea give second wind to an alliance in trouble?
Learn Chinese with! Watching movies is a great way to learn a language. Not only do you get natural dialogue, but also dramatic facial expressions and body language. Still, without subtitles it’s easy to miss out on some of the more subtle touches in any film. That’s why it’s important to know whether the [...]…
Programming of Thursday, 14.03.2019 -By (Radio
With Turkey’s economy officially in recession, Andrew Mueller asks what the phrase actually means, which other countries are experiencing one and whether the global economy should be worried.
Programming of Wednesday, 13.03.2019 -By (Radio
In a new book, NCUSCR Vice Chair Nicholas R. Lardy of the Peterson Institute for International Economics draws upon new data to trace how Chinese President Xi Jinping's support of state-owned enterprises has begun to diminish the role of the market and private firms in China's economy. Dr. Lardy argues that China has the potential to match grow ...…
Joan Judge traces the shifting repertoire of exemplary models for women as Qing China struggled with national reform and historical time on the eve of the 1911 Revolution. Interviewed by Martin Dusinberre.By (Digital History Lab UZH).
Programming of Tuesday, 12.03.2019 -By (Radio
Programming of Monday, 11.03.2019 -By (Radio
This week we discuss the new "Dome Dining" at the Bentway in Toronto, a new "Me Generation" holiday proposed as a joke, our Toronto tweet of the month and music by the remarkable Bayonne.
Programming of Sunday, 10.03.2019 -By (Radio
This episode we talk about the English Premier League and the NFL. We then dive into rugby, more specifically the Six Nations tournament and Super Rugby. Thanks for listening and don’t forget to rate us on iTunes and like us on Facebook.
In the second episode of our series, we hear from Indigenous people in Australia, New Zealand and Canada about what reconciliation means in theory – and how it can work in practice.
As women in all parts of the world still suffer violence, discrimination, and under-representation, what’s the status of global gender equality? And how can progress be made?Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka is the executive director of UN Women and has overseen its work in addressing gender issues since 2013.Al Jazeera asked Mlambo-Ngcuka whether Interna ...…
Programming of Saturday, 09.03.2019 -By (Radio
As the global economy slows and the search for new areas of growth becomes more intense, many countries are looking beyond their coastline to the vast, untapped potential of the sea. The “Ocean Economy” is now attracting attention from governments, businesses and investors, not only in traditional industries like fishing and shipbuilding but al ...…
Programming of Friday, 08.03.2019 -By (Radio
Learn Chinese with! Your friend is treating you to dinner at a nice Chinese restaurant, and even though he’s returning a favor, you feel bad about how much it will cost him. After assuring you it wasn’t expensive, you accidentally see the check and your eyes almost pop. If that’s not expensive, you don’t [...]…
Programming of Thursday, 07.03.2019 -By (Radio
Air India’s crew has been asked to bark patriotic exclamations at the end of cabin announcements. Andrew Mueller explores a strange new manifestation of Narendra Modi’s nationalism as India’s election approaches.
Programming of Wednesday, 06.03.2019 -By (Radio
Was the Trump-Kim summit in Hanoi, Vietnam, doomed to failure from the start?
Jonathan Chappell explains how the historical reference points for Qing empire officials changed across the nineteenth century, especially with regard to the management of China's borderlands. Interviewed by Martin Dusinberre.By (Digital History Lab UZH).
Jair Bolsonaro was elected president of Brazil in October 2018, soon after the worst political scandal in Brazil's history, which saw dozens of businessmen and politicians arrested and accused of corruption.Although he was a member of the National Congress for almost 30 years, Bolsonaro was seen as an outsider who promised to fight corruption a ...…
There is probably no period in history more discussed than the Second World War. Every country involved suffered but Allied nations were able to console themselves that their losses were sustained in a noble cause. It hasn’t been as straightforward for the nations they defeated. In the first part of our series on living with uncomfortable pasts ...…
There’s more money spent on innovation today than ever before. Yet the process by which we come up with ideas is still poorly understood. If only we had a better grasp of how great ideas are generated, we would have the key to unlock huge new waves of innovation and productivity. Adam Shaw looks at the growing study of innovation to uncover its ...…
Learn Chinese with! In your home country, there are some phrases that are so common you use them or hear them every day. The same is true in China and Taiwan too, so why not give your Chinese an instant boost by learning them in this video lesson? With Yuting’s help, you’ll be sounding [...]…
Why has Japan’s prime minister Shinzo Abe promised to push ahead with a controversial plan to relocate the US military base on the island of Okinawa, despite an overwhelming referendum result to the contrary? Monocle 24’s Rhys James explains.
Filmmaker: Muhammad SalamahKnown to some as the "Father of the Palestinians" or "Archbishop of the Arabs", Monsignor Hilarion Capucci was an enigmatic freedom-fighting Christian Archbishop in Jerusalem who was jailed for smuggling arms for the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) in the 1970s, but continued battling for the Palestinians unti ...…
A discussion of what we know so far about Indian air strikes on Pakistani territory on February 26, 2019.
Henrietta Harrison examines how Lord Macartney's mission to Qing China in 1793 has been archivally framed in the West and in China, leading to the idea that Chinese international relations particularly prioritised ritual and tribute.By (Digital History Lab UZH).
Wie van jouw vrienden heeft de meeste reiskennis? Kom erachter met 3 op Reis Dropping, onze game voor de Google Home Smart Speaker! Benieuwd? Geraldine en Nienke daagden elkaar al uit.Dropping op jouw eigen Google Home speaker spelen? Je start de game door "Hey Google, praat met 3 op Reis Dropping" te zeggen.Laat ons daarna vooral weten hoe we ...…
It’s the last episode of the Valetine’s Series! This is also the last episode of Season Two! In this episode, our teen host Daniella Lake speaks with Shaun and Libeck. Shaun and Libeck have been married for four years! Shaun grew up in New Jersey and Libeck grew up in Taiwan. They give some great advice to couples who are from different cultura ...…
Google login Twitter login Classic login