Best chinese novels podcasts we could find (Updated December 2017)
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Cosine Wave Podcast (Cantonese)
 
Cantonese Podcast from Sydney - by Stannum @ Cosine Inn
 
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Panda Cub Stories | 熊猫宝宝故事
 
《Panda Cub Stories》 are stories told bilingually in Mandarin Chinese and English. Right now, Panda Cub Stories is retelling Journey to the West, considered one of the “Four Great Classical Novels” of Chinese Literature. 《熊猫宝宝故事》是用中英文讲的双语故事 。 《熊猫宝宝故事》正在讲《西游记》-中国的四大名著之一。
 
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Three Kingdoms Romance in Khmer
 
The Chinese traditional novel Three Kingdoms Romance is never fail to attract readers all over the world. Now Cambodian Service of China Radio International and Cambodia-China Friendship Radio will present to all the listeners the wonderful story in Khmer language! Please follow us every Wednesday!
 
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Love Insurance by BIGGERS, Earl Derr
 
A young man came to Lloyds of London. He knew they took out policies on unusual risks... And what he wanted was love insurance. What follows is a comic novel, by the creator of the Chinese detective - Charlie Chan! - Summary by Linda Andrus
 
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Panda Cub Stories | 熊猫宝宝故事
 
《Panda Cub Stories》 are stories told bilingually in Mandarin Chinese and English. Right now, Panda Cub Stories is retelling Journey to the West, considered one of the “Four Great Classical Novels” of Chinese Literature. 《熊猫宝宝故事》是用中英文讲的双语故事 。 《熊猫宝宝故事》正在讲《西游记》-中国的四大名著之一。
 
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Typhoon by Joseph Conrad
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First published in 1902 as a serial in Pall Mall Magazine, the adventure novel follows the disrupting events onboard a steamboat after it takes a perilous course at sea, which triggers a state of mayhem onboard the steamer. Furthermore, the incident prompts the crew to gradually reveal their true nature which is brought to light in the time of crisis. Interestingly, the tale is believed to possess some autobiographical elements taken from Conrad’s own experiences at sea, which provide the no ...
 
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This week, Kyrie and Cori discuss the Sci-Fi genre, well, Cori mostly discusses Sci-Fi, as Kyrie has a raw voice and doesn’t want to talk too much!! Sci-Fi has so many facets to it, so Kyrie and Cori have done some research about this genre. During their discussion, Kyrie and Cori drink Echinacea Plus because Kyrie is for sure sick and Cori fee ...…
 
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Signal of Doom: A Comic Book Podcast
 
We have a special guest tonight, one of my favourite writers working today, Eisner Award Winner, Mike Baron, who is launching an exciting new creator-owned comic called Q-Ball, through Kickstarter with artist Barry McClain! Check out the Facebook page for Q-Ball for updates and links when the Kickstarter goes love next month! https://www.facebo ...…
 
In honor of breast cancer awareness month, I am interviewing survivors and sharing their stories. Today, I am joined by Selina Siak Chin Yoke (石清玉) who shares her survival story. She went from a theoretical physicist, investment banker, and quant trader to a best selling author. Ironically, had it not been for cancer, she might have delayed her ...…
 
This episode is a one-hour, in-depth interview with Loren W. Christensen. Loren is my sometimes co-author, a former police officer, expert martial artist and best-selling author. The Skype connection wasn't great, so there's a slight crackling sound on the line. Nothing we could do about that, sorry. http://www.wimsblog.com/2017/09/podcast-epis ...…
 
I'm alone this week again because my co-host is sick. I talk about global Chinese influence, proxy wars, racism in multiplayer gaming, and drug cartels. Patreon: If you like this podcast and the other content I provide in the form of my novels (second one on the way), stand-up, YouTube channel, and Twitch streams, please show your support throu ...…
 
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Writers Aloud: The RLF Podcast
 
Kerry Young speaks with Frances Byrnes about how her early life in Jamaica influenced her novels: her father’s gangster life in Kingston and her mother’s Catholicism and ideas of redemption and Kerry’s passionate feelings about being Chinese-Jamaican.By Kona Macphee.
 
http://apartofhim.com/comics/comics002.mp3 Episode 002 From Salt Lake Comic Con 2016, a panel discussion of the best overlooked comic series of the last thirty years. Music by Mega Ran. Mark Avo’s Selection Superman: Secret Identity Blankets Quantam and Woody Stumptown Jared Garrett’s Selection PSI-Force D.P. 7 The Last Unicorn X-Men: Fallen An ...…
 
A discussion of my favorite theme in books: food! Mentioned in this episode (both novels and memoirs) are Laura Esquivel's Like Water for Chocolate, Nicole Mones' The Last Chinese Chef, and...
 
In this podcast, Jasmin Stadler gives us an inside view of China from her perspective as a member of the ’17 inaugural class of Schwarzman Scholars at Beijing’s Tsinghua University. This is a stellar up-close-and-personal report of “what’s hot and what’s not” among Chinese of college age and just beyond. A Swiss citizen, Jasmin’s been going to ...…
 
The RunRunLive 4.0 Podcast Episode 4-369 – Vybarr and the Muse of Running (Audio: link) [audio:http://www.RunRunLive.com/PodcastEpisodes/epi4369.mp3] Link epi4369.mp3 MarathonBQ – How to Qualify for the Boston Marathon in 14 Weeks - http://www.marathonbq.com/qualify-for-the-boston-marathon-in-14-weeks/ Hello my friends, and welcome to episode 4 ...…
 
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Sinica Podcast - Weekly Discussion of Current Affairs in China
 
Tom Miller, senior Asia analyst and managing editor at Gavekal Research, joins Jeremy and Kaiser to discuss his new book, China’s Asian Dream: Empire Building Along the New Silk Road. Miller combines policy analysis with his on-the-ground reporting from over a dozen countries to better understand China’s most ambitious foreign policy move since ...…
 
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Sinica Podcast - Weekly Discussion of Current Affairs in China
 
Tom Miller, senior Asia analyst and managing editor at Gavekal Research, joins Jeremy and Kaiser to discuss his new book, China’s Asian Dream: Empire Building Along the New Silk Road. Miller combines policy analysis with his on-the-ground reporting from over a dozen countries to better understand China’s most ambitious foreign policy move since ...…
 
In this edition, as the number of women jailed for drug-related offences soars in Latin America, one of Argentina's toughest prisons has come up with a novel way to house women inmates and their children. Also the desperate measures Chinese men take to find a bride as the country suffers from a gender imbalance thanks to its one-child policy. P ...…
 
A poet and a fiction writer meet at Émile Nelligan's grave--figuratively, of course. Or is it literally? Kelly, whose recent poetry collection draws on Irish and French landscape and psychogeography, and Yiwei, whose latest novel was banned in his country of origin, talk about the writers that haunt them, and the writers they haunt. Also discus ...…
 
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The Writer and The Critic
 
On this episode of The Writer and the Critic your hosts, Kirstyn McDermott and Ian Mond, begin with a brief chat about the recent Continuum 13 convention and highly recommend their listeners check out the fabulous Guest of Honour speeches which are now available for viewing online: Likhain's Continuum 13 Guest of Honour SpeechSeanan McGuire's C ...…
 
As part of Canada 150, a week of programmes marking the 150th anniversary of the founding of the nation, Michael Berkeley talks to Canadian novelist Madeleine Thien.Born in Vancouver, she is the daughter of Malaysian-Chinese immigrants to Canada and her writing explores the history of the Asian diaspora. She is the author a short story collecti ...…
 
As part of Canada 150, a week of programmes marking the 150th anniversary of the founding of the nation, Michael Berkeley talks to Canadian novelist Madeleine Thien.Born in Vancouver, she is the daughter of Malaysian-Chinese immigrants to Canada and her writing explores the history of the Asian diaspora. She is the author a short story collecti ...…
 
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Daughter of Godcast
 
A podcast about movie making and the scifi featurette, Daughter of God, with Director Shri Fugi Spilt, (Dan Kelly). Daughter of Godcast, Episode 043, Blessings, (stickers). http://dog.movie/media/episode_043.mp4 Episode 043, Blessings. Ah remember… episode 042? There we were, cozily ensconsed in happy memories of 2014, wrapping up yet another y ...…
 
In which the Idiots kick off their possibly ill-advised Summer Reading Season and discuss the cult book "The Beach" by Alex Garland - wonder why nobody ever tries to do a sexy Chinese accent - Sasha recommends erotica involving Clippy the Microsoft Office Assistant - Tom shares a very personal story about somebody else -we expose the anti-immig ...…
 
Recently, a company called "The Three-body Cosmos" was founded in Beijing. Named after Chinese sci-fi author Liu Cixin's multi-award winning "Three-body" trilogy, the company aims at borrowing the setting and storyline of Liu's franchise as the idea generator to find creative talents and rack up profitsIn today's Ink&Quill, our book critic Shiy ...…
 
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Sinica Podcast - Weekly Discussion of Current Affairs in China
 
Islamophobia isn’t a phenomenon limited to Trump’s America or the Europe of Brexit and Marine Le Pen. It has taken root in China, too — in a form that bears a striking resemblance to what we’ve seen in recent years in the West. The Chinese Party-state now faces a vexing conundrum: how to balance, on the one hand, its idea of China as a multieth ...…
 
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Sinica Podcast - Weekly Discussion of Current Affairs in China
 
Islamophobia isn’t a phenomenon limited to Trump’s America or the Europe of Brexit and Marine Le Pen. It has taken root in China, too — in a form that bears a striking resemblance to what we’ve seen in recent years in the West. The Chinese Party-state now faces a vexing conundrum: how to balance, on the one hand, its idea of China as a multieth ...…
 
Islamophobia isn’t a phenomenon limited to Trump’s America or the Europe of Brexit and Marine Le Pen. It has taken root in China, too — in a form that bears a striking resemblance to what we’ve seen in recent years in the West. The Chinese Party-state now faces a vexing conundrum: how to balance, on the one hand, its idea of China as a multieth ...…
 
Jon didn't want to talk with me about The Three-Body Problem, that Chinese Science Fiction novel everyone's talking about. I guess because he's an uncultured boob. You know who did read The Three-Body Problem? President Barack Obama, that's who! Maybe I should see if he wants to team up on a Hagar the Horrible podcast or something... Anyway, he ...…
 
Books, We Have Books Join Jeff Patterson, John Stevens and Fred Kiesche as they once again venture into the void and tangle with technology! In tonight’s podcast, between three hosts and three guests: microphone, Skype & recorder issues. Two internet outages. Two power outages. Several crossed wires. But…We are joined by Donna Royston, David Ke ...…
 
Books, We Have Books Join Jeff Patterson, John Stevens and Fred Kiesche as they once again venture into the void and tangle with technology! In tonight’s podcast, between three hosts and three guests: microphone, Skype & recorder issues. Two internet outages. Two power outages. Several crossed wires. But…We are joined by Donna Royston, David Ke ...…
 
Thanks you for reading Historical Blindness. This is a fortnightly blog and podcast, and you are reading a Blind Spot installment, which is shorter bonus content I release between my principal blog posts. This Blind Spot happens to be sandwiched between part one and part two of a series on Kaspar Hauser, the mysterious foundling of early 19th c ...…
 
Good afternoon everyone and welcome to another edition of The Avid Reader. Today we are pleased to have with us Weike Wang author of Chemistry, her first novel, published in May by Knopf.Weike is a graduate of Harvard where she earned her undergraduate degree in chemistry and her doctorate in public health. She received her MFA from Boston Univ ...…
 
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The Avid Reader Show
 
Good afternoon everyone and welcome to another edition of The Avid Reader. Today we are pleased to have with us Weike Wang author of Chemistry, her first novel, published in May by Knopf.Weike is a graduate of Harvard where she earned her undergraduate degree in chemistry and her doctorate in public health. She received her MFA from Boston Univ ...…
 
Y'all. The 88th episode has arrived. Dun dun DUN! Today’s milestone episode is proudly sponsored by Sun Basket and BookCon. It features eight incredible listeners from our 88 Cups of Tea community. I remember when I first launched this podcast, the 88th episode seemed so far fetched. I can’t believe the day is finally here. Thank you all for ge ...…
 
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The Writer and The Critic
 
On this episode of The Writer and the Critic your hosts, Kirstyn McDermott and Ian Mond, begin by talking about the recent Aurealis Awards - in particular the categories of Best Horror Novel and Best Fantasy Novel, the winners of which have been chosen for this month's discussion. The full list of Aurealis Award winners can be found on the offi ...…
 
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