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Updated July 2020
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Greetings from teacher Dee. I am welcoming everyone on board. I am teacher Dee and I am an ESL teacher, corporate trainer and I am based in Shanghai, China. I have been teaching English since 1998 and I have helped hundreds of students and adults learning English for different purposes. I have taught English as a second language to French speaking learners, Japanese speaking learners, Korean speaking learners, Chinese speaking learners and Russian speaking learners. It is my pleasure to help ...
 
How are the things we're talking about being talked about somewhere else in the world? Gregory Warner tells stories that follow familiar conversations into unfamiliar territory. At a time when the world seems small but it's as hard as ever to escape our echo chambers, Rough Translation takes you places.
 
In this weekly podcast I pull back the curtain on influencer marketing in China, speaking directly with top influencers, marketers and brands who share their experiences and reveal their strategies for success. On this podcast you will learn about: Weibo, WeChat, live-streaming, current trends, the growing popularity of short videos, how to go viral in China, influencers’ experiences working with brands, how to work with influencers, the cost of influencer marketing, influencers and ecommerc ...
 
As a highly secure personal server, Urbit aims to deliver on many of the ideas pioneered by the Cypherpunks. After nearly 20 years in development the platform has begun a phased launch. Urbit gives us persistent digital identity, a new benchmark for secure computing, and maybe even an open source response to modern social computing platforms like WeChat and Kakaotalk.
 
The China Startup Pulse Podcast is an original weekly podcast for anyone interested in understanding China’s innovation, business, and tech landscape. We showcase entrepreneurial stories, present key teachings from thought leaders, and analyze the strategy of the big tech giants. Backed by Chinaccelerator, the first accelerator in Asia, we understand firsthand what it’s like to be an entrepreneur in China — the struggle, the elation, the craziness, and the thrill of success. With that in min ...
 
Welcome to 4Ts YouTube channel — China's hottest leftist podcast. We're two dudes named Tim ready to take a deep dive into the headlines with a unique perspective. We're not just two randoms from around the way... We're experienced and well-versed in our own field tackling issues from two separate approaches to spur the #4Tpill movement. Big Tim is a heavy-hitting Londoner with no qualms with tackling the topics of the economy, culture, race and its intersectionality. With a background in ec ...
 
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Our guest today is Stephen Wang, who co-founded Rotten Tomatoes, a leading entertainment website focused on movie reviews and news, and most recently led the user growth and engagement at WeChat in the past 6 years until 2019. At WeChat, he managed a team of product managers and engineers to help scale WeChat from 300M to 1B users in China and arou…
 
In late April 2020, Facebook announced its intention to invest INR435.74 billion (USD5.7 billion) for a 9.99% stake in Jio Platforms (the parent company to Reliance Jio, India's leading mobile operator) and, in a related move, to link up WhatsApp and JioMart (Reliance Industries’s click-and-collect e-grocery platform). In this podcast, Analyst, Ini…
 
On Canada Day, we take stock of the country's efforts to eradicate coronavirus with CBC's reporter Laura Lynch.Earlier this month, twenty Indian soldiers were killed in a clash with Chinese forces in the disputed Himalayan region of Ladakh, prompting the Indian government to ban 59 Chinese apps. But China is India’s second largest trading partner a…
 
China has passed a controversial security law giving it new security powers over Hong Kong. The law makes secession, subversion of the central government, terrorism or collusion with foreign forces punishable by up to life in prison. We hear from businesses, journalists as well as an adviser to the Chinese government and several of the country's bi…
 
Facebook has come under growing pressure to improve the moderation of users' posts. Coca-Cola and Unilever, maker of Marmite and Dove soap, have joined more than 90 other companies which have removed their adverts from the site. Arisha Hatch is from Color of Change, which campaigns for racial justice in the US. We ask her about Facebook's changed p…
 
Texas delays re-opening its businesses after coronavirus cases spike – we speak with the Texas Chamber of Commerce. The makers of the weedkiller Roundup have reached a settlement over claims that one of its ingredients, glyphosate, causes cancer – we speak to one farmer who explains why he is disappointed, and the victorious lawyer who represented …
 
Our guest today is Mikaal Abdulla, Co-founder and CEO of 8 Securities, a zero-commission mobile-only securities platform that was recently acquired by SoFi. From bootstrapping the business to raising an impressive 1st round of $8 million followed by successive rounds to finally being acquired by SoFi in April, Mikaal and 8 Securities have turned a …
 
This episode features Raz Gal-Or, founder of the Foreigner Research Institute (wāigǔorén yánjiū xíehuì 歪果仁研究协会), a successful online platform that promotes foreigners creating content in China. Now known as Y-Platform, it has garnered a following of 80 million through 30 channels and influencers. In March 2020, Raz’s company raised $5 million from …
 
Fears of a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic have caused financial markets to fall, amid warnings from the the International Monetary Fund (IMF) that the global economic crisis will be even worse than previously forecast - we speak with the IMF's chief economist, Gita Gopinath. India's healthcare system is still struggling under the burden of…
 
In this episode, Michael Norris, research and strategy manager at Agency China, joins Lauren to discuss the growing intersection of luxury and gaming. Their topics include collaborations with virtual influencers, luxury brands creating their own games or gamifying the shopping experience, and brands creating product lines influenced by characters f…
 
A leading authority in the US's fight against coronavirus warns of a second wave - we'll look at how the US is dealing with its spike in new Covid 19 cases already being seen in Texas. We're in Mexico looking at how it too is facing up to the rising tide of coronavirus = and we'll be following the latest news on the earthquake in the coastal state …
 
As Americans mark June the 19th and remember the end of slavery, the Black Lives Matter movement is forcing US businesses to get on message - fast. We have a special report from Oklahoma as President Trump's imminent rally stirs up ghosts of the past.Also in the programme - Australia's Prime Minister says government and institutions are being targe…
 
The US Supreme Court overturns the Trump administration's bid to deport hundreds of thousands of immigrants who were brought to the US illegally as children. As the Chinese leadership prepares to table its first draft of a new security law for Hong Kong, we assess its future as a secure financial hub. And the African fruit-pickers in southern Spain…
 
Mars says its Uncle Ben brand needs 'evolution', as Black Lives Matter protests continue and brands pull mascots based on racial stereotypes, including PepsiCo's Aunt Jemima. We speak with Barrington Reeves, organiser of Black Lives Matter protests in Glasgow and owner of branding agency Too Gallus about the continuing battle big brands will have w…
 
As content and movie creation continues to surge inside China, the need for more film industry professionals is now more pressing than ever. One role that lies at the center of creativity and technicality lies the score composer - the individual responsible for creation of music to accompany a film. On the podcast this week, film composers Liu Ye a…
 
President Donald Trump has signed an executive order introducing police reforms. It offers federal grants to improve police practices and comes amid anger over the killing of African Americans by police officers. Mr Trump said the police played an essential role in society, which must be protected and he said he would not support attempts to defund…
 
The US Supreme Court ruled that a landmark civil rights law protects gay and transgender workers from workplace discrimination, handing the movement for LGBT equality a stunning victory. We hear from the last surviving plaintiff Gerald Bostock and his lawyer Thomas Mew.Also in the programme, six former employees of the e-commerce company eBay - inc…
 
Brazil now has the world's second-highest number of coronavirus cases - and the third-highest number of deaths in the world - more than 40,000. Professor Anthony Pereira of the Brazil Institute at the University of London explains how the economy has been hit by the combination of the lockdown and the virus itself. Saudi Arabia is close to announci…
 
On June 8, Yatsen E-commerce, the parent company of Chinese cosmetics unicorn Perfect Diary, held a press event in Guangzhou to launch its newest brand, Abby’s Choice (完子心选wánzǐ xīnxuǎn) — and the China Marketing Podcast attended! In today’s episode, hear Lauren's assistant, Kejie, share what she learned at the event and her experience visiting the…
 
In several parts of the United States, the number of people catching coronavirus is on the rise and that's sent the stock markets tumbling. Arizona, South Carolina and Florida are some of the states where cases have jumped over the past week, just as Florida governor Ron DeSantis announces schools will reopen. Julie Glenn is News Director at WGCU i…
 
Analysys Mason has published an early-stage analysis of the likely impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on 5G supply and demand in 2020 and 2021. In this podcast, Caroline Gabriel explains that the fundamentals of the 5G business case remain largely intact. However, there will be disruption to network deployment and weaker demand from consumers and busi…
 
The head of the US central bank, Jerome Powell, has pledged to continue support for the US economy for "as long as it takes". Ken Rogoff, the former chief economist at the International Monetary Fund, considers how long that might be. Chairman Powell also announced the bank would keep interest rates near zero for the foreseeable future. Also in the…
 
The funeral for George Floyd, whose death in police custody caused global outrage, has heard impassioned pleas for racial justice. On today’s show we will be hearing some of those people thinking about how to bring change. Minnesota State Representative Ruth Richardson explains the fears she has for her 17-year old boy Shawn, and how the colour of …
 
After three bleak months, New York looks to lift some of its harshest lockdown restrictions. Meanwhile India plans to do the same. There is a difference between the two places, though. New York is widely seen as having put the worst of its coronavirus outbreak behind it. However, India is reopening places of worship, restaurants and shopping malls,…
 
One of Brazil’s top health experts - Drauzio Varella - has said the situation couldn't be worse - and it will be a historic tragedy. And yet - they are looking to reopen the economy - we find out more about the situation on the ground.There's been a surprise fall in the US unemployment rate in May which now stands at 13.3%; how are markets reacting…
 
In Mexico the government is re-opening the economy despite an increase in the number of people dying with coronavirus. The overall Covid-19 death toll stands at 11,729. This week Mexico allowed its car industry to restart, partly after pressure from the United States.Plus, many big American companies have expressed support for the demonstrations wh…
 
This week, Lauren is introducing a new monthly series called The Pulse, where she will share her recent observations on the China marketing industry. Content will include the analysis of new social media platform features and trending topics, as well as the identification of WeChat Official Accounts or influencers that Lauren thinks are worth follo…
 
The order applies to four airlines, including Air China and Hainan Airlines, and will come into effect on 16 June. Chris Campbell used to be an assistant secretary of the Treasury under President Trump and is now the chief strategist at the financial firm Duff and Phelps. We get his assessment of the ban.As some European countries lift their travel…
 
In 2014, the Chinese government released a policy document — now referred to as Number 46 — that outlined China’s plan to create the biggest sports industry in the world, with the target of $700 billion in annual revenue by 2025. This week, Aladin Farré welcomes Jonty Dixon (sports editor at Xinhua News), Wenjing Soong (sports consultant and agent)…
 
Demonstrators were still outside the White House this evening, breaking a 7pm curfew. Meanwhile protests have begun in other cities around the world, including Amsterdam, Perth in Australia and Lyon in France. Many famous figures from the music and entertainment worlds are also speaking out in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. We'll discu…
 
Our guest for today, Fritz Demopoulos is the Founder of Queen's Road Capital. He has been an entrepreneur and investor within the media and internet industries for over 15 years. He co-founded Qunar.com, China’s largest travel internet company; and Shawei.com, China’s largest sports internet company. Fritz also had senior positions at Netease and T…
 
As the coronavirus swept through China, communities, local governments, and business have been trying to figure out how to best follow social isolation rules. This being China, of course, tech majors and telcos jumped at the chance to serve the country by leveraging their vast data pools. But how much tech is actually behind the country's health co…
 
Washington may be about to strip Hong Kong of its special trading status with the US - we look at the interplay between the US, China and Hong Kong. Plus, we examine President Trump's move to try to regulate social media sites he says are stifling conservative views. And in Denmark, we head out to bars and restaurants, which are slowly beginning to…
 
Over the past couple of years, Chinese brands have been experiencing massive growth. Newly founded direct-to-consumer brands are booming, while the more established Chinese brands have rebranded and revitalized themselves to attract a younger audience. So, where does this growth come from? Top-earning brands have proven themselves to be savvy marke…
 
The French government has announced an €8bn rescue plan for its car industry, which has been severely impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. President Emmanuel Macron's proposal includes €1bn to provide grants of up to €7,000 to encourage citizens to purchase electric vehicles. We hear more from Karl Brauer, Executive Publisher of Cox Automotive. We…
 
Most operators have temporarily suspended their financial guidance for 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, there is a general consensus that the COVID-19 outbreak will have a negative but temporary effect on EBITDA levels in 2020 (some operators believe that the percentage decline will be in the low single digits), and will lead to a slowdo…
 
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