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Around 10% of the Filipino working population is abroad, with almost 6,000 Filipinos leaving the country every day. For Filipinos growing up in the diaspora, our motherland is a foreign land. Why is the Filipino Dream to leave the Philippines? And what do Filipinos experience in their host countries when they migrate for a better life? Join Sulong UBC, Migrante BC, and Damayan BC, in collaboration with the BIPOC Extraordinary Working Group of the UBC Science Undergraduate Society, for our po ...
 
How does music work? What can music tell us about ourselves and the world? On That Note is a monthly deep-dive into the music that you love — and music you’ve never heard of. Join host Graham MacDonald and musicians and scholars from the UBC School of Music as they investigate everything from Beyoncé to Bach to Balinese Gamelan.
 
Uniontown Bible Church is a group of imperfect people who have been saved, in spite of ourselves, because God is merciful. It’s out of that experience with God’s mercy that we seek to impact Carroll County, MD with the great news that Jesus died for us, loves us, and will receive us with open arms when we see Him in Heaven. It’s our goal to hold the Bible in great respect - we see it as the infallible, unerring Word of God that has all that we need for our faith and for our lives. As we hear ...
 
The Jobs in Science Podcast explores the lives of modern scientists and the opportunities that exist for those exploring STEM careers. It's also about the daily lives of the scientists, their life philosophies and their advice to future generations.
 
Hosted by Dr. Tarun Soni, PGY2 Family Medicine, UBC, Canada. This is a podcast to showcase healthcare professionals and learn more about them as people, such as why they went into medicine, what they enjoy the most about it, and what challenges they face. We will also be talking about their thoughts on current events which may or may not be controversial. The goal is to talk as freely as we can be and hopefully, through this process we will all learn something new about medicine and the huma ...
 
An interview-based show about how students, past and present, have come up with creative ways to overcome social challenges in the community. Each episode will invite individuals to share their stories of success and failure, along with actionable advice on how to start an innovative initiative that serves the community. Hear from UBC students, alumni and others involved in the community!
 
The Dash is a weekly BC political podcast hosted by David Eby and Katrina Chen. Produced and edited by Duncan Watts-Grant on the unceded xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwəta/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) territory.
 
Geared towards medical students, this series hosts psychiatrists from a diverse array of subspecialties to explore the enormous breadth of practice in this exciting and evolving field of medicine. Discover what could be the Right Psych for you! Hosted by UBC Medical students as part of the UBC Department of Psychiatry Immersion Program. Special thanks to Dr. Clare Beasley for hosting the annual Immersion Camp and connecting us with her colleagues to interview for this series.
 
Official channel of the "Hokkaidō 150: Settler Colonialism and Indigeneity in Modern Japan and Beyond" workshop. Stay tuned for audio of Hokkaidō 150 workshop proceedings, along with podcasts exploring topics related to Ainu history and culture, and the settler colonization of Hokkaidō.
 
The Blue and Goldcast is a podcast from the University of British Columbia that explores the big issues in higher education. Each episode is hosted by UBC President Santa Ono and UBC Professor Margot Young. Each month, you'll hear leading scholars discussing their own work, and their perspectives on how universities are changing--from UBC, to campuses across North America.
 
Perspective on CPAC examines world events that matter to Canadians. With dispatches from the field and expert analysis, our guests break down complex global issues and shed light on Canada’s role on the international stage. Alison Smith is one of Canada’s best known and respected broadcast journalists. As an anchor and reporter for more than three decades, she was a senior award-winning member of the CBC News team. She has reported from every Canadian province and territory and across the gl ...
 
Looking for advice? Hosts Brandon and Mormei think they can help you with that. All Ears is an advice radio program where the hosts read real questions from the UBC community and answer them live. Other content includes interviewing students, consulting experts, and giving campus life advice. Submit your question at http://alleears.tumblr.com/ask
 
Textbook (FKA The Student Special Hour) is an eclectic foray into the wonderful world of UBC campus life. Each week features a plethora of student initiatives, upcoming events, and current affairs, brought to you through interviews with clubs, faculty, societies and associations. Listen to this and more brought together in a nice tidy bow by CiTRs very own Student Programming Coordinator. Come on a while ride with us as we sit down each week and bring you news and tunes for campus living. Ph ...
 
The Spencer Latu Show is a progressive politics show that speaks truth to power. We provide much needed coverage, and media criticism of stories at the municipal, provincial, national and international level from the perspective of two progressive working class students; Spencer Latu and Ajeetpal Gill. We are based out of UBC in Vancouver BC.
 
This half hour show provides a platform for podcasters to present and promote their content to a wider audience and across multiple platforms. Do you have a podcast? Want to expand your audience and extend your reach? Send us your podcast (info@1059theregion.com) and we’ll do the rest – your content, unfiltered.
 
Hi friends! I'm Manny (she/her), and welcome to my podcast, Over Easy. I've always been an oversharer (oops) and have always been curious about learning from others' experiences. I am currently a university student that is going through life, and I figured I could offer some advice to those that want to listen. Join me as I discuss an assortment of topics ranging from my university experience, the effects of trauma long-term, and more! I also have a YouTube channel! If you would like to see ...
 
WOSH is a podcast about skin health featuring the science behind the WOSH Mineral Bar. WOSH harnesses the incredible power of Kisameet Glacial Clay and its surrounding biome of 40+ minerals. First used by Coastal First Nations, Kisameet Clay has been considered a “healing clay” for topical and internal ailments for centuries. Studies on the clay began in the 1940s by MIT, and over six years of extensive research continues at UBC to support the clay’s remarkable healing properties. Each episo ...
 
Get an inside look at how top business schools assess MBA applicants. Interviews with MBA Admissions Directors and students from the world's top-ranked MBA programs. Strategies and tips on how to craft a successful MBA application and best present yourself. Straight talk on how to get accepted to MBA programs like Wharton, MIT Sloan, Insead, London Business School, and many, many more.
 
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Joy in the Summer: Alumni UBC Summer Series is a lighthearted, inspiring, three-part podcast that presents a summer of joyfulness and fun as told by UBC alumni; wine, music and geocaching specialists; and stay-in-the-neighborhood athletes, romantics and travelers. A dream surprisefor five UBC students who sing with the UBC A Cappella. Superstar voi…
 
Hello friends! In this podcast episode, I talk about some recent life updates since I haven't filmed a podcast episode in a while. I hope you enjoy! ✰ CHECK OUT MY OTHER VIDEOS ✰ ✩ UBC Dorm Tour: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gv940iDSQTY&t=1s ✩ Vlogs: https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=PLvj5J4AN7Pilib9QNTRYtApHamcKLrrIa ✩ College: https://www.y…
 
In this episode of Power to Heal, the work being done on the theory that food is medicine at Peace Arch Hospital in White Rock and around the world is discussed. The opportunity to fix chronic disease with changes in diet is reviewed. Eating less does not just result in visible changes such as a slimmer waistline, it allows the body to consume thin…
 
Ahead of the UBC soccer home openers this weekend, Mike sat down with men's soccer standout Chris Lee to discuss his time in the CPL with Pacific FC, as well as his experience at UBC to this point. As well, we cover the latest action for our Thunderbirds golf and women's rugby teams, while multiple other sports played some exhibition matches agains…
 
Safira Djati shares her journey from private equity analyst in Indonesia to the NUS MBA, where she is President of the NUS MBA Student Council. How has Covid affected the program and what has most surprised her about the NUS MBA so far? Safira shares the importance of student clubs and her takeaways from leading the 38th NUS Student Council as its …
 
Our Music Director Cristina Lavecchia highlights a few Canadian artists. You will hear new music from Dom Mar KZ, Laurell and Kathryn Sinopoli. Also, 105.9 The Region's Rob on the Road talks about 90's Nostalgia, a three-day music event that he will be co-hosting in Vaughan. It will take place at Improve Canada between September 24th and 26th. Perf…
 
This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan: The mayors of Victoria and Esquimalt, who serve as co-chairs of the Victoria and Esquimalt Police Board, have issued a press release suggesting that to prevent police officers from being assaulted and to reduce criminal activity by mentally ill people, more people should be kept in jail before th…
 
In today's episode, I talked to a person wearing many hats. She is a teacher, writer, content creator, and the person behind InspirLang, a Chinese language school in NYC that focuses on Mandarin Chinese, Cantonese, and Taishanese language teaching. It offers online courses, private and group classes to adult learners. Her name is Jade Wu. In our co…
 
Hello friends! Today I reviewed some crazy Reddit stories and gave my advice. I hope you enjoy it! ✰ CHECK OUT MY OTHER VIDEOS ✰ ✩ UBC Dorm Tour: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gv940iDSQTY&t=1s ✩ Vlogs: https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=PLvj5J4AN7Pilib9QNTRYtApHamcKLrrIa ✩ College: https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=PLvj5J4AN7Pimiz284h03RVxWv…
 
Looking for one of the best ways to de-stress during the pandemic? No, It's not in your fridge, or at the LCBO. On this week's episode of Millennial Balance, Shaliza and Afua will chat with Cathy Nesbitt about why LAUGHTER yoga is the best medicine to help calm your nerves.This week on Mental Health Moments Phil chats with a member of the Canadian …
 
This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan: Some people opposed to the requirement to be vaccinated for COVID-19 to attend non-essential businesses such as restaurants and bars have suggested that they have a right to do these things because of the BC Human Rights Code. While the BC Human Rights Code does have a provision that precludes di…
 
Another episode featuring a content creator with content on heritage language learning. This week, we have Linda Yi from Panda Cub Stories. Linda describes herself as a writer, artist, and teacher that uses her content to teach people the Chinese language and culture. In our conversation, we got into Linda's background of being a BOBA (Brought Over…
 
The Dash is on holiday! We're taking a break and preparing for all-new episodes in September. In the meantime, we're looking back at our favourite episodes from our first year. Originally posted May 26 2021 David and Meghan are joined by Minister of State for Childcare, Katrina Chen. They talk about the challenges of building a new, universal socia…
 
Hi friends! With back to school right around the corner (or even already started for some of you), I decided to have an episode dedicated to my best tips to practice self-care during the university semester. I hope you find some of the tips helpful, and have a great semester!! ✰ CHECK OUT MY OTHER VIDEOS ✰ ✩ UBC Dorm Tour: https://www.youtube.com/w…
 
This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan: Anti-vaccination protesters have been holding up copies of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and arguing that it prohibits restrictions on unvaccinated people entering restaurants, bars, gyms, and other locations. British Columbia, and several other provinces, are implementing systems t…
 
We are back with another episode talking about Cantonese (language and culture) with our guest. Our guest today is Brittany Chan from Cantonese with Brittany. Brittany is a Canadian content creator living in America focusing on lifestyle, vlog, culture, language food, and good vibes in her content. Brittany and her husband are on a mission to help …
 
The Dash is on holiday! We're taking a break and preparing for all-new episodes in September. In the meantime, we're looking back at our favourite episodes from our first year. Originally posted April 21 2021 This week David and Meghan are joined on the podcast by Vancouver City Councillor Christine Boyle. They talk about the flurry of announcement…
 
Hi friends! This week's episode may be relatable for a ton of students and young adults out there... I'm talking about how messed up I think modern metrics of success are. Although this is a very complex topic with other contributing factors like socioeconomic status, privilege, education, and more, I still think that it is important to reflect upo…
 
Now brought to you by Scout Magazine. What a treat it was to discuss all things BC wine with this trio of professionals. Two of the more prominent and distinguished winemakers in the Okanagan Valley in Alan Dickinson of Synchromesh Winery and Richard Kanazawa of Bench 1775 Winery came on to talk about what they've been up to so far with this years …
 
Restaurants have reopened to patrons for a while now in Onatrio but on this episode of Millennial Balance, Shaliza and Afua speak with Toronto Star reporter Irelyne Lavery about how Millennials are hesitant to dine indoors and are instead, opting to stick with patios. Music Director Cristina Lavecchia chats with Kathryn Sinopoli, a songwriter and B…
 
This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan: Since the beginning of COVID, civil jury trials have been suspended in British Columbia. Unlike criminal jury trials, which are constitutionally required as an option for people facing more than 5 years in jail, there is no similar protection for civil jury trials. While civil jury trials were th…
 
WE ARE BACK! SEASON 3! Thank you to the old listeners for coming back and welcome to all the new listeners. Hope you will like what we have in store for season 3! I promise you, it's going to be an awesome one. To kickstart season 3, the first five episodes will be about heritage language and diaspora Asians' relationship with their respective heri…
 
The Dash is on holiday! We're taking a break and preparing for all-new episodes in September. In the meantime, we're looking back at our favourite episodes from our first year. Originally posted March 25, 2021 David and Meghan are joined on the podcast by BCGEU Treasurer Paul Finch to discuss the role of a modern union in advocating for the interes…
 
Season 3: August 26, 2021!!!! This is a special bonus episode before we get to the official season 3 premiere of What Kind of Asian Are You? Podcast. In this episode, there will be clips of podcast episodes that featured our host, Kyle being interviewed. It's a nice introduction to the person behind this podcast. The clips are from the following po…
 
Hi friends!! Welcome back to another episode of Over Easy. Today I invited my friend Peter to come and talk about different topics like our friendship, his experience with UBC Co-op, and more! Sorry for the horrendous audio at some parts, but I hope you enjoy anyways! ✰ CHECK OUT MY OTHER VIDEOS ✰ ✩ UBC Dorm Tour: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gv…
 
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