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Best Xi Jinping podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Xi Jinping podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Two journalists. One's British, the other's American. Their biggest argument is over whose country is more fucked. Listen to them rant for about half an hour, during happy hour. John Sweeney has pissed off Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin, the Church of Scientology and the government of North Korea. An old school reporter, he worked at the London Observer, then the BBC. He's written 12 books, including four novels, the 200,000-copy bestseller ELEPHANT MOON, set in WW2 Burma, two modern-day polit ...
 
China 21 is produced by the 21st Century China Center at UC San Diego’s School of Global Policy and Strategy. We are a leading university-based think tank that produces scholarly research and informs policy discussions on China and U.S.-China relations. This podcast features expert voices, insights and stories about China’s economy, politics, society, and the implications for international affairs. Learn more at china.ucsd.edu
 
The Little Red Podcast: interviews and chat celebrating China beyond the Beijing beltway. Hosted by Graeme Smith, China studies academic at the Australian National University's Department of Pacific Affairs and Louisa Lim, former China correspondent for the BBC and NPR, now with the Centre for Advancing Journalism at Melbourne University. We are the 2018 winners of podcast of the year in the News & Current Affairs category of the Australian Podcast Awards. Follow us @limlouisa and @GraemeKSm ...
 
Paul Krake here. I only have one objective with our podcast, and that is to give a voice to the smartest economic and political analysts. I'm just the guy who is lucky enough to host them. Please enjoy - - - View from the Peak: Humans aren’t done yet. www.viewfromthepeak.com.hk
 
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Xi Jinping, the leader of the Chinese Communist Party, allegedly sent a veiled message in a recent manifesto suggesting he intends to be leader for life. This was included in a statement on the fifth plenary session of the 19th Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party, which will be held in Beijing in October. The announcement was carried b…
 
There are signs of infighting between CCP leader Xi Jinping, and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang. Epoch Times noted that on July 31, the CCP held an opening ceremony for the initial completion of its Beidou-3 global satellite navigation system, which functions as a Chinese replacement for the US GPS system. When the conference host, Deputy Prime Ministe…
 
A bolt of lighting struck the Oriental Pearl Tower amid torrential rains in Shanghai. A video posted online showed the lightning strike, which had many other lightning bolts around it. Meanwhile, the Chinese regime is moving military vehicles and equipment within range of Taiwan, as authorities increase their posturing, and amid reports it was plan…
 
This episode explores the dynamics behind the June 2020 China-India border clash, and examines what the episode signifies about the changing nature of China’s approach to territorial and maritime disputes. Our guest, Dr. M. Taylor Fravel, compares the recent clash to past incidents along the Sino-Indian border and discusses whether confidence build…
 
China’s censorship programs for Hollywood films was exposed in an Aug. 5 report from PEN America. The 94-page report exposes how major Hollywood studios and top directors are basing their filming decisions on the directives of the CCP. Meanwhile, on the morning of August 10th, the Hong Kong police arrested Jimmy Lai, the founder of Next Digital whi…
 
Paul is joined by Tu Le of Sino Auto Insights for a discussion about the current exuberance surrounding the global electric vehicle markets. We do our best to put Tesla to one side and discuss the Li Auto IPO, the euphoria over Rivian, and we dive into the prospect of more established Chinese EV brands such as XPeng and WM.With the change of leader…
 
The Department of Treasury has imposed sanctions on Carrie Lam, the Chief Executive of Hong Kong, and 10 other individuals for “for undermining Hong Kong’s autonomy and restricting the freedom of expression or assembly of the citizens of Hong Kong.” Meanwhile, the Chinese consulate in New York is destroying documents on a large scale. Around noon o…
 
North Korean newspaper "Daily NK" quoted a source stating the explosion appeared to be from a gas leak from a home’s liquid gasoline tank, and the fires spread to dozens of nearby houses. The source said that the serial fire caused by the gas explosion burned residential houses for about an hour, and the entire multi-family community was completely…
 
The typhoons now hitting China have brought attention to another disaster: the infamous “tofu buildings.” The phrase is meant to suggest buildings have the structural integrity of tofu, and is often used when shoddy construction is exposed in China -- often a product of Party officials embezzling construction funds, low quality construction materia…
 
There was an explosion near Wuhan, China, which killed six people and injured four on August 3. The explosion was at a chemical factory in Xiantao City. Videos of the fire showed a tower of black smoke over the building, and additional video footage showed the impact of the blast. The case of the incident is being investigated. Meanwhile, with the …
 
Areas in Eastern China were evacuated over typhoon warnings, and it could impact parts of Zhejiang, Fujian, Shanghai, and elsewhere. Chinese state media reports that the Ministry of Emergency Management warned of heavy rains in parts of southern China from August 1 to August 6. Meanwhile, a recent finding with stores of Chinese corn is deepening co…
 
China-US ties are in a tailspin, spiralling ever deeper into an abyss. Just one short month has seen US sanctions on senior Chinese officials for atrocities against the Uyghurs, Hong Kong’s special status for trade and diplomacy revoked, and consulates closed in Houston and Chengdu respectively. There's even been talk of a travel ban on China's 92m…
 
China has upgraded its systems of control in Xinjiang, where cities are now being placed on lockdown amid new outbreaks of the new coronavirus. In Urumqi city, Chinese officials are not only locking down residential communities but have even begun locking down individual houses. Meanwhile, China is being accused of launching cyber espionage attacks…
 
Locusts coming into China from abroad may become a new norm, according to a July 27 statement from the China's Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs. The Ministry only emphasized that locusts invaded China from abroad, but didn’t explain that the locust plague is already ravaging many parts of China. It’s claiming the issue is “preventable and …
 
This episode examines China’s efforts to develop smart city infrastructure. Our guest, Dr. Alice Ekman, analyzes how China is supporting domestic technology industries in critical sectors like telecommunications and surveillance to build smart cities. Dr. Ekman explains how Beijing’s ambitions are aimed at boosting economic development and maintain…
 
During the first virus outbreak in China, concerns began to spread about possible food shortages. This included an alleged leaked government memo that caused panic buying. And now with the floods, locusts, the swine flu, and another virus outbreak now spreading, there are signs that food supplies are becoming an issue. Meanwhile, in Beijing a stran…
 
With concerns growing over a possible collapse of the Three Gorges Dam, where authorities have opened all water discharge gates amid heavy flooding in China, several issues with the dam are coming to light. We'll take an in-depth look at these. Meanwhile, with the ongoing floods in China, the third wave of the floods passed through the city of Chon…
 
The city of Yining was reportedly shut down in the middle of night. This is the second city in Xinjiang province that has been shutdown, with the other city being Urumqi. While Urumqi city has been placed on lockdown, the number of confirmed virus cases is continuing to rise. According to a report from the Xinjiang Uyghur Health Commission, since J…
 
Concerns over the integrity of the Three Gorges Dam are mounting after a video went viral simulating the destruction that could happen if the dam were to collapse. Meanwhile, after the US ordered China to close its consulate in Houston, the Chinese regime retaliated by telling the US to close its consulate in Chengdu. The US Consulate in Chengdu op…
 
John and Michael talk to Doug London, the C.I.A.’s former chief for counterterrorism in south and southwest Asia, and a 34-year veteran of the Agency. Doug discusses the alleged GRU payments to the Taliban for killing American and British soldiers in Afghanistan, the way intelligence-gathering and classification works at the Agency, the Mueller Rep…
 
Tibet was hit by 7 earthquakes in a single day on July 23, mainly ranging from 3.6 to 4.8 magnitude, but with the highest being a 6.6 magnitude earthquake. This follows two recent earthquakes in Tibet and one in Xinjiang. Meanwhile, The College Board, which develops the SAT test materials, is being called out for its ties to China's Confucius Insti…
 
MacroVoices Erik Townsend and Patrick Ceresna welcome Grant Williams to the show to discuss how long the central bank balance sheet expansion will continue, comparison between this recession to the past recessions, outlook on gold, US/China relations and more. Link: https://bit.ly/2CV3H7jBy Hedge Fund Manager Erik Townsend
 
Close to 200,000 homes were flooded in four villages and towns in WangJiaBa of Anhui Funan County, after another dam opened its floodgates to full discharge on July 20. This comes after authorities in the same area blasted the Chuhe dike to discharge flood waters. Meanwhile, the US government has ordered the Chinese consulate in Houston to close wi…
 
As floods continue in southern and central China, in the north, China is facing droughts. And this, combined with locusts, is furthering the risk of food shortages. Many areas currently being hit by floods and droughts are among China’s top regions for growing grains. For rice farmers, Chinese state reports say harvests are plentiful, but local int…
 
A second wave of floods on the Yangtze River formed on its upper reaches on July 17, and this next wave is expected to bring worse floods than the first. It’s already impacting the Three Gorges Dam, and flood discharge from the dam has intensified flooding in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River. There are already 16 hydrological stati…
 
A second wave of floods is expected from the Yangtze River in China. At Wuhu Station on the river, the waters had reached 41.2 feet, which surpasses the highest alarm level by 4.5 feet, and is just less than a foot away from being its highest water level recorded in history. Meanwhile, with the virus, Urumqi City of Xinjiang has been shut down as c…
 
Chinese state media were exposed for publishing a fake video of a heroic disaster rescue by communist party members. The video shows 15 “party members” of a rescue unit of the Chinese Air Force jump into chest-high water to stop water from being released from the Ganjiang River in Nanchang, Jiangxi. However, the truth of the footage was quickly rev…
 
The whereabouts of top CCP officials are still unknown — continuing a trend that started just ahead of news about the new virus outbreaks in Beijing and new lockdown measures. As this takes place, a large number of Chinese military vehicles were shown in videos on July 14 parked along the roadside in Wuhan, the epicenter of the new coronavirus, whi…
 
Waters on the Yangtze River reached 95 feet, making the water levels the fourth highest in known history, according to data released by the Yangtze River Hydrology Network. The average ground elevation of Wuhan City is around 79 feet, which means the water level in parts of the city could be about the height to submerge the first floor of a buildin…
 
This episode explores the ups and downs of China’s relationship with the United Kingdom, particularly in the post-Brexit world. Our guest, Mr. Charles Parton, discusses the UK’s changing attitudes toward China and explains how Beijing's approaches to Xinjiang, 5G, Covid-19, and Hong Kong have altered UK strategic thinking. Mr. Parton also assesses …
 
The series of disasters is continuing in China, with ongoing floods and five earthquakes on July 12 and 13. On July 12, this included a 5.1 magnitude earthquake about 19 miles from the city of Tangshan in Hebei, raising concerns of a repeat of the 7.8 magnitude earthquake in 1976 that killed over 240,000 people. The same day there was a 4.4 magnitu…
 
Nearly every country in the world felt the impact of the new coronavirus, whether it was lockdowns, economic loss, or the impact of the virus itself. Yet, while the recent virus is unique in having the whole world face it together, pandemics like this have existed throughout history, and we can look to history to better understand how people in the…
 
Millions of dollars in loans under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) went to companies linked to the Chinese Communist Party and state-owned enterprises. The National Pulse published an exclusive story on this, noting that some were tied to the CCP’s Confucius Institute. And the Justice Department announced the arrest of a professor and researc…
 
Hosts: Nikhil Raghuveera and Erica Licht Featuring: Karla Nicholson (Haymarket People’s Fund) and Lucas Turner-Owens (Boston Ujima Project) Hundreds of years of racist institutional policies have denied wealth to Black, Indigenous, and communities of color. In this current period of uprising, resistance, and crisis on racial injustice, organization…
 
FarmTogether founder Artem Milinchuck joins Erik Townsend to discuss Farmland Investing; why it’s been the favored trade of billionaires and how FarmTogether is making this asset class available to all accredited investors. Link: https://bit.ly/2W8czNLBy Hedge Fund Manager Erik Townsend
 
In Jiangxi Province, close to 9,000 villagers were evacuated when a dike broke. The break was about 164 feet long. Close to 2,471 acres of farmland are affected. In Guangzhou Province, people were also evacuated after the Fengdongling mountain started to crack; and in Sichuan Province close to 7,100 people were evacuated after the Guanghan Jinyan F…
 
John and Michael talk to two bestselling journalists, Luke Harding, author of Shadow State: Murder, Mayhem and Russia's Remaking of the West, and Catherine Belton, author of Putin's People: How the KGB Took Back Russia and Then Took on the West. Go on, guess what they talked about. Also, pay to keep John and Michael in wine and gin by contributing …
 
In Hubei province of China, close to 29,000 citizens were evacuated as a nearby reservoir dam is showing signs of deformation, and began to slide. The incident is taking place amid continuing heavy rains in China. Near the middle reaches of the Yangtze River, which has been overflowing as well, the water level at the BaiYange Reservoir in HuangGang…
 
CCP officials are told to prepare for global crisis—including tensions with the United States, food shortages, currency wars, and others—and are being told to prepare “countermeasures” Zhou Li, the former deputy minister of the CCP’s Central Liaison Department, tied to its political warfare programs, recently issued an article in China Social Scien…
 
China now has cases of the Bubonic Plague, the Black Plague, which was recently confirmed in Inner Mongolia. This adds to the resurgence of the new coronavirus in Beijing and other parts of China, and to reports of a new type of swine flu that Chinese scientists say has “pandemic potential." And floods in China are growing more serious, and are imp…
 
Floods and natural disasters continue in China. In Yunnan province, in Southwest China, waters surged overnight from the Baishui River, which made the flooding worse. There were earthquakes in Sichuan province and Guizhou province. On July 2, a 3.2 magnitude earthquake in Sichuan hit Aba Prefecture, upstream of the Three Gorges Dam. Soon after, a 4…
 
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