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Do you want to immerse yourself in the Japanese language? If so, Nihongo SWiTCH is for you! Every Tuesday, the Japanese language tutor Iku Yamamoto talks entirely in her native language about everyday topics related to the language and culture. This podcast is created for intermediate and advanced learners to add more “Nihongo time” into their daily lives. Nihongo SWiTCH will improve your:- listening comprehension- vocabulary - grammar usage- intonation and pronunciation. You can watch all e ...
 
Want to stay up to date on important issues in anti-doping research, technology, law, policy, and more? This podcast presented by the Partnership for Clean Competition covers important topics in the anti-doping field through interviews with experts including scientists, sport organizations, athletes, and other clean sport champions. The Partnership for Clean Competition is a global non-profit organization that is protecting the integrity of sport and public health by engaging and supporting ...
 
Alicia and Mizuki investigate Japanese social issues, diving beneath oversimplified explanations to grasp the fuller picture of critical conversations on topics such as immigration, rights and obligations, and more. Join them in their journey to better understand the country they call home, as they try to make sense of their positions within Japanese culture. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/plus-eight-one/support
 
Tessaku (iron fence or barbed wire) is a collection of stories from the Japanese American incarceration during WWII. After the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941, the United States went into a state of shock and with poor political leadership, forcibly removing all Japanese Americans from their homes on the West Coast into isolated concentration camps. These are the stories and memories of the people who lived through it. Read more stories and find resources to help in tracking down your own fa ...
 
Ramen Hunter is a podcast about Ramen in Japan! Join us as we discuss Ramen related topics and trends. We'll explore the history behind the seemingly endless styles of Ramen, and give you content that does more than scratch the surface of the Ramen world. Hosted by @ramenschmoe, an American guy living in Tokyo for over 15 years.
 
War has played a key role in the history of the United States from the nation’s founding right down to the present. Wars made the U. S. independent, kept it together, increased its size, and established it as a global superpower. Understanding America’s wars is essential for understanding American history. In the Key Battles of American History, host James Early discusses American history through the lens of the most important battles of America’s wars. James is an Adjunct Professor of Histo ...
 
We are overwhelmed with one-size-fits all advice that promises to fix whatever ails us. But what if you aren't broken? What if you just need to learn how to do you? In this podcast series, journalist Kirsten Powers sits down with fellow life travelers who have found success, wholeness and healing through listening to their inner wisdom and living authentically. Through it all Kirsten shares the discoveries she has made in her own battle to become herself, including overcoming life trauma and ...
 
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The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 inflicted great damage on the American Pacific Fleet, but it left one group of American ships untouched: the aircraft carriers. In early 1942, Japanese Admiral Yamamoto decided to finish the job that his fleet had begun the previous December. Yamamoto authored a plan to send his fleet toward M…
 
Nick and Sebastian talk to Ko-ichiro Yamamoto, principal trombonist of the Seattle Symphony about his path from Japan to the United States, the importance of talking to people when times are hard and a very important proposal from Sebastian. Hosted by Sebastian Vera - @js.vera (instagram) and Nick Schwartz - @basstrombone444 (instagram) Produced an…
 
Dr. YaYa Yamamoto is the Senior Manager of Education & International Relations at the Japan Anti-Doping Agency (JADA). JADA has been critical in helping prepare for the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games, and Dr. Yamamoto has been leading JADA’s initiatives to deliver sporting values-based and anti-doping programs. She is also a member of WADA’s ed…
 
On this episode of the Riton Podcast, host Brady Speth speaks with life-long shooter and experienced martial arts instructor, Brent Yamamoto. Brent is one of the staff instructors for Suarez International. Check out what Brent has going on. https://suarezinternational.com/ https://www.facebook.com/brent.yamamoto/ Be The Riton Revolution The Riton P…
 
My guest in this episode is a Chinese Medicine therapist and leading Israeli specialist who uses acupuncture for neurological rehabilitation. David Bomzon studied under Dr. Toshikatsu Yamamoto, the discoverer of Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture. David is the founder of the Pnima Center, which is the largest community clinic in Israel for integrative …
 
Johan Hausen has lived a life that, if I had access to multiple lifetimes, would be one of the iterations I would want to play out. Replete with martial arts, Shaolin temple life, inner alchemy, classical Chinese culture and language, book translating and publishing, and travel, his life path weaves threads of modernity with ancient history. A cruc…
 
Welcome to another episode of The Oil Stream with Dustin Nielson and Tom Gazzola, presented by Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen! Nielson and Gazzola dive into Tommy's latest on the jerseys for next season. The boys also take a look at who else from the AHL could join McLeod in Edmonton next year, did Holland make a mistake at the deadline and what's the n…
 
Thanks to the American code breakers at “Station Hypo” on Oahu, led by the brilliant and quirky Joe Rochefort, American naval leaders knew of Yamamoto’s plan to attack Midway. This knowledge turned hunter into prey and prey into hunter. When Fleet Commander Chuichi Nagumo and the Japanese attack fleet arrived, they discovered they had sailed into a…
 
On this episode of the Riton Podcast, host Brady Speth talks the hunt with 3 Time CrossFit Games Team Winner, Matt Hewett. Check out what Matt has going on. https://www.instagram.com/matt_hewett/ Be The Riton Revolution The Riton Podcast is produced on Location at Riton Studios in Southern Arizona. For ideas on topics and future guests email us at …
 
[#069] Iku, a native speaker/language teacher, talks about unwelcome comments that irritate people in Japan. 【Topics】 0:00 Greetings 1:30 About body. 2:26 About your look. 5:07 About your love life. 6:28 Please don’t get angry…. 8:55 Comparing past and now. 10:34 Your Japanese is ….. 11:54 Even though you’re not Japanese…. 12:30 Even though you’re …
 
The infamous Koh-I-Noor diamond currently sits in the Tower of London among the crown jewels of the British monarchy, but its bloody, eon-spanning journey began in the riverbeds of ancient India. Cut, coveted, and stolen multiple times over, this is the story of the world’s most controversial gem. Told through a series of five chapters, we will loo…
 
Today we welcome a very special guest, Sacramento County District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert. D.A. Schubert has announced her candidacy for California Attorney General and we discuss her background, why she decided to run now, and why her experiences make her the most qualified candidate for California Attorney General. SacTown Talks is a podcast…
 
On this episode of the Riton Podcast, host Brady Speth takes it international speaking with Gerald Bailey: Author, Instructor and Veteran. Check out what Gerald has going on. https://schoolofarmsmedia.com/search?q=Gerald+Bailey https://www.facebook.com/gerald.bailey.752 forgman73@mail.co.uk for training inquiries Be The Riton Revolution The Riton P…
 
My guest in this episode truly needs no introduction. Rosemary Gladstar’s impact in the world of herbal medicine cannot be overstated, and it would be potentially easier to create a list of who she has not inspired and what she has not catalyzed than to do the opposite. For the last half century, plant medicine has been the centre of her life, and …
 
[#068] Iku, a native speaker/ language teacher, talks about the Japanese ending particle "Ne" and "Yo" and the big difference in their nuance using plenty of conversation examples. 【Topics】 0:00 Greetings 2:07 Question: Ne or Yo. 3:01 Japanese ending particle is the soul of the language!? 3:59 The basic idea of Ne. 5:25 Ne (1) 6:11 Ne (2) 6:59 Ne (…
 
Welcome to another episode of The Oil Stream with Dustin Nielson and Tom Gazzola, presented by Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen! Nielson and Gazzola give you their thoughts on the Devon Shore signing and if the timing of it really means anything. The boys also look at the top priority for Ken Holland a give a few thoughts on the job Dave Tippett did this …
 
Today we welcome Jamie Zoller and Matthew Silver of the California Association of Code Enforcement Officers (CACEO). They explain what code enforcement is, how it’s different from being a peace officer, how the CACEO is professionalizing California code enforcement, why the job has become more dangerous and legislation that can help. SacTown Talks …
 
Welcome to another episode of The Oil Stream with Dustin Nielson and Tom Gazzola, presented by Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen! Nielson and Gazzola discuss how much confidence they would have if the Oilers right side of the blueline was Bear, Larsson and Bouchard to start next season. The guys also take a look at how much help is need on the left. Plus t…
 
Following up on their stunning military successes of late 1941 and early 1942, Japan’s leaders decided to capture the key Allied port of Port Moresby on the southern coast of New Guinea. They also hoped to cut off the critical American supply line from Hawaii to Australia. Unbeknownst to the Japanese, however, American codebreakers had broken enoug…
 
[#067] Iku, a native speaker/ language teacher, talks about the Japanese abbreviations from common ones to funny new ones. 【Topics】 0:00 Greeting and what “ryakugo” is. 1:39 Famous names abbreviations. 4:04 Greeting phrases abbreviations. 5:54 Places names abbreviations. 7:45 Quiz: Katakana-words abbreviations. 10:57 Kanji-words abbreviations. 12:0…
 
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