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Radiovagabond med Palle Bo fra rejse hele verden rundt

Welcome to Flashback Friday. Join me in this episode of The Radio Vagabond, where I played badminton in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, with my host and got my ass kicked.  This one was first released in February 2018.

Middle earth - China's cultural industry podcast
Public Annoucement : Aladin's October Asian tour

Middle earth - China's cultural industry podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 0:58


Dear listeners, just a quick announcement after more than two years in China, I'm going to take my chance to travel across Asia this October. So in case you are at the upcoming Busan Film Festival, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and want to meet-up, don't hesitate to contact me! My Twitter (@Aladin_F)My LinkedIn (Aladin Farré) Have a nice day, Aladin

The Radio Vagabond
KUALA LUMPUR (Flashback Fridag)

The Radio Vagabond

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 30:21


Welcome to Flashback Friday. Join me in this episode of The Radio Vagabond, where I played badminton in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, with my host and got my ass kicked.  This one was first released in February 2018.

Ongehoord Nieuwscafé
#38 - Eduard Bomhoff: ‘Noem eens iets wat Rutte goed heeft gedaan'

Ongehoord Nieuwscafé

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 50:01


Topeconoom en voormalig vicepremier Eduard Bomhoff woont en werkt alweer achttien jaar in de Maleisische hoofdstad Kuala Lumpur. Maar Nederland, zo bewijst hij in de 38ste aflevering van Ongehoord Nieuwscafé, heeft zijn belangstelling niet verloren. “Het is heel moeilijk om een beleidsterrein te noemen waar het kabinet competent bezig is.” Zoals gebruikelijk neemt columnist Arthur van Amerongen het slotwoord voor zijn rekening. Presentatie: Yernaz Ramautarsing en Roelof Bouwman.

The Coconuts Podcast
SEA cuss words make for a fucking banger + more top stories | WTF SEA + HK | September 29, 2022

The Coconuts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 35:50


While Dota 2 is a game beloved by all ages, you should probably keep the young'uns away from the Southeast Asia server – a cesspool of cuss words from across the region. It got so bad that Japanese gamer and Twitch streamer Xiinya collected all of these into a banging tune. Coconuts Regional Managing Editor Delfina Utomo hops onboard to talk to us exactly which countries were represented with their colorful language, and why this has sparked a bizarre sense of patriotism among the region's players. Tune in! Other stories include: 5 rescuers in Bulacan killed during typhoon ‘Karding' flash flood | Oh Noru! Typhoon about to hit storm-battered Bangkok | Government mascot apologizes for insensitive post about near-escape of transgender woman from police | Sweet tax: Indonesia mulls excise on sugary drinks | Japanese gamer turns Singapore cuss words into a song, now on Spotify | Angry dad in your area: Man allegedly burns daughter's precious K-pop merchandise, gets trashed by Internet | New Canggu eatery Inklusiv Warung, with its Deaf wait staff, is about more than just great food WTF is up in Southeast Asia + Hong Kong delivers impactful, weird, and wonderful reporting by our journalists on the ground in eight cities: Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Manila, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Yangon, and Bali. Listen to headline news on matters large and small, designed for people located in – or curious about – Southeast Asia and Hong Kong. WTF is up in Southeast Asia + Hong Kong is available on Apple, Spotify, Google, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Subscribe today!

The Coconuts Podcast
RIP interfaith pleasantries + more top stories | WTF SEA + HK | September 22, 2022

The Coconuts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 42:23


Muslims saying “rest in peace, Queen Elizabeth” is apparently a big no-no, according to a Malaysian Islamic jurist who this week warned against asking God for “forgiveness” for deceased non-Muslims. Coconuts KL reporter Aminah Farid came on this week's episode to explain that while not every Muslim in the country is that narrow-minded about their faith, attempts to otherize non-Muslims remain alarmingly common. Tune in! Other stories include: #NeverForget, #NeverAgain trend on Twitter as Filipinos mark 50th anniversary of martial law | No Thai royals at Queen Elizabeth II's funeral | Indonesian TikTok user does blackface to mock ‘The Little Mermaid' remake | 2 women get locked in scissor leg-style takedown in Hong Kong amid claims of infidelity | Can you not? Foreign woman sitting on car window draws ire from Bali netizens | Singapore ‘boomer' boss flamed for dismissing intern who requested for virtual interview WTF is up in Southeast Asia + Hong Kong delivers impactful, weird, and wonderful reporting by our journalists on the ground in eight cities: Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Manila, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Yangon, and Bali. Listen to headline news on matters large and small, designed for people located in – or curious about – Southeast Asia and Hong Kong. WTF is up in Southeast Asia + Hong Kong is available on Apple, Spotify, Google, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Subscribe today!

下班有话题(雪隆)
一起走入老时光 — Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur, Chinatown

下班有话题(雪隆)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 27:38


疫情之后,旅游业开始慢慢复苏,在雪隆区也开始流行Staycation,很多网红景点开始热闹起来,其中一个,就是吉隆坡内的茨厂街。 在茨厂街,可以看到很多不同的酒店和旅馆,而最引人注目的,应该是这一个在2019年12月开业的Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur, Chinatown。这栋楼高20层的酒店,在老街内,显得特别显眼,却又有着浓浓的南洋风格。 很多人对这家充满打卡点的酒店非常好奇,到底它有什么独特之处?在疫情期间,首当其冲的酒店业是怎么挺过来的呢? 今天我们请到 Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur, Chinatown的总经理,Mr Daniel Burstein 和销售总监 刘洧铨 来到现场和我们聊聊。

Running Tales
Nikki Page: Love London Running Tours founder on running after Covid and pregnancy

Running Tales

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 26:20


Nikki Page founded Love London Running Tours to offer sightseers the chance to see the capital city in a unique and fun way. The fledging business catered for all abilities and gave people opportunities to see London and get fit at the same time. Fitness instructor Nikki even took in running city tours in places all over the world, including Melbourne and Kuala Lumpur. Sadly, Love London Running Tours had to be put on hold due to the outbreak of Covid - and then, far more happily, when she became pregnant. Running Tales spoke to Nikki about postnatal running, marathon training - and how catching Covid herself has put back her London Marathon plans - as well as the future of her running tours...   ---------------------------------- If you like this episode please consider donating to help us keep going: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/stepforward The music in this podcast is: "Fearless First" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Slate Star Codex Podcast
Bay Area Meetups This Weekend (September 17-18 2022)

Slate Star Codex Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 2:24


https://astralcodexten.substack.com/p/bay-area-meetups-this-weekend We have three Bay Area meetups this weekend: Berkeley, at 1 PM on Sunday 9/18, at the Rose Garden Inn (2740 Telegraph Ave) San Francisco, at 11 AM on Sunday 9/18, “in the Panhandle, between Ashbury and Masonic, with an ACX sign” San Jose, at 2 PM on Saturday 9/17, at 3806 Williams Rd. Please RSVP to David Friedman (ddfr[at]daviddfriedman[dot]com) so he knows how many people are coming. I will be at the Berkeley one. Feel free to come even if you've never been to a meetup before, even if you only recently started reading the blog, even if you're not “the typical ACX reader”, even if you hate us and everything we stand for, etc. There are usually 50-100 people at these so you should be able to lose yourself in the crowd. Shouldn't we have planned meetups further apart for people who wanted to go to multiple of them? Yes, and this is directly my fault, up to and including rescheduling to avoid the San Jose one . . . right on to the same day as the San Francisco one. Sorry, I'll try to do better next time. Also coming up this weekend are meetups in Washington DC, Atlanta, Columbus, Providence, Cape Town, Cambridge (UK), Kuala Lumpur, Chicago, Houston, Toronto, New Haven, Bangalore, and many more. See the list for more details.

CNS
[podcast] Changemakers: Yuvraj Lama of Nepal | Asia Youth Festival on Innovation for SRHR

CNS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022


This podcast features changemaker Yuvraj Lama of Nepal, who is among the changemakers featured at the 2022 Asia Youth Festival on Innovation for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - hosted by Asian-Pacific Resource & Research Centre for Women (ARROW, https://arrow.org.my). He is in conversation with noted journalist and development communication expert Sumita Thapar of CNS.Listen to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, aCast, Podtail, BluBrry, Himalaya, ListenNotes, American Podcasts, CastBox FM, Ivy FM, Player FM, and other podcast streaming platforms.ThanksCNS team

CNS
[podcast] Changemakers: Danica Marie F Supnet of Philippines | Asia Youth Festival on Innovation for SRHR

CNS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022


This podcast features changemaker Danica Marie F Supnet of Philippines, who is among the changemakers featured at the 2022 Asia Youth Festival on Innovation for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - hosted by Asian-Pacific Resource & Research Centre for Women (ARROW, https://arrow.org.my). She is in conversation with noted journalist and development communication expert Sumita Thapar of CNS.Listen to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, aCast, Podtail, BluBrry, Himalaya, ListenNotes, American Podcasts, CastBox FM, Ivy FM, Player FM, and other podcast streaming platforms.ThanksCNS team

CNS
[podcast] Changemakers: Lian Cambel in Philippines | Asia Youth Festival on Innovation for SRHR

CNS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022


This podcast features changemaker Lian Cambel of Philippines, who is among the changemakers featured at the 2022 Asia Youth Festival on Innovation for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - hosted by Asian-Pacific Resource & Research Centre for Women (ARROW, https://arrow.org.my). She is in conversation with noted journalist and development communication expert Sumita Thapar of CNS.Listen to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, aCast, Podtail, BluBrry, Himalaya, ListenNotes, American Podcasts, CastBox FM, Ivy FM, Player FM, and other podcast streaming platforms.ThanksCNS team

BFM :: Live & Learn
Comparisons and Confluences - Seni Reog & Manora

BFM :: Live & Learn

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 34:52


In conjunction with Malaysia Day, two majestic cultural traditions are being performed - Seni Reog of Johor and Manora of Kelantan - right here in Kuala Lumpur. Said to naturally complement each other, with many points of confluence and comparison, the performances are part of Malam PUSAKA di Ruang Kota, a series of cultural evenings in our capital city, featuring performances by masters of living traditions from throughout Malaysia, and organised by cultural organisation PUSAKA. We get a 101 on these cultural performances and traditions from Pauline Fan, the Creative Director of PUSAKA.Image credit: Azizul Rahimee bin Wahab & Ahmad Fikry Anwar

BFM :: General
Comparisons and Confluences - Seni Reog & Manora

BFM :: General

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 34:52


In conjunction with Malaysia Day, two majestic cultural traditions are being performed - Seni Reog of Johor and Manora of Kelantan - right here in Kuala Lumpur. Said to naturally complement each other, with many points of confluence and comparison, the performances are part of Malam PUSAKA di Ruang Kota, a series of cultural evenings in our capital city, featuring performances by masters of living traditions from throughout Malaysia, and organised by cultural organisation PUSAKA. We get a 101 on these cultural performances and traditions from Pauline Fan, the Creative Director of PUSAKA.Image credit: Azizul Rahimee bin Wahab & Ahmad Fikry Anwar

The Coconuts Podcast
That old kidney for iPhone joke again + more top stories | WTF SEA + HK | September 15, 2022

The Coconuts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 31:29


That old kidney for iPhone joke again + more top stories | WTF SEA + HK | September 15, 2022 For pioneers in the legalization of weed in Asia, Thailand sure can't take a joke. Just take a look at the Thai Red Cross, who had to warn citizens the obvious: don't sell your kidney in exchange for the latest iPhone 14, after a photo of individuals (who aren't even Thai) showing off their fake post-surgery bandages went viral. We checked in with Coconuts Bangkok's Nicky Tanskul and asked him if he would ever consider bartering his organ for the latest premium device. Tune in! Other stories include: ‘Increasing evidence of crimes against humanity and war crimes' in Myanmar: UN investigator | Arrivals from mainland China exempted from vax requirements due to their low Covid-19 risk: Hong Kong's leader | 2 sergeants latest to be dishonorably discharged, jailed by military for gay sex | Keep off the grass: Malaysians warned not to do drugs abroad or face repercussions at home | Police investigate viral car sex video featuring couple in traditional Balinese clothes | Puppy patiently waits in line for free porridge | TikTok girl thirsts over Singapore army boys, manifests through reiki – it worked WTF is up in Southeast Asia + Hong Kong delivers impactful, weird, and wonderful reporting by our journalists on the ground in eight cities: Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Manila, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Yangon, and Bali. Listen to headline news on matters large and small, designed for people located in – or curious about – Southeast Asia and Hong Kong. WTF is up in Southeast Asia + Hong Kong is available on Apple, Spotify, Google, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Subscribe today!

BFM :: General
OGA x MOGSEC and 1st Petrochemical Sustainability Conference 2022

BFM :: General

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 1:56


Energy professionals from the oil, gas & petrochemicals industry in the region are gathering in Kuala Lumpur next week for their biggest face-to-face meeting after the two-year pandemic hiatus. Gerard Leeuwenburgh, Country General Manager from Informa Markets Malaysia shares with us on what to expect at the OGA x MOGSEC and the first ever Petrochemical Sustainability Conference (PSC) 2022, happening from September 13 to 15, 2022 at the KL Convention Centre. Register now at www.oilandgas-asia.com

The Missions Podcast
The Beauty of International Churches: Dr. Michael Crane

The Missions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 34:44


English-speaking churches in cities like Dubai or Bangkok don't appear to be the most missiologically strategic—at least on paper. But as with any local church, there's more to international churches than meets the eye. Dr. Michael Crane returns to the show to share the beauties, challenges, and unique blessings of expat fellowships abroad and multiethnic churches at home. Michael and his wife moved to Southeast Asia working in a variety of roles with development agencies. During this time, Michael completed a Ph.D. in urban missiology. Michael Crane (M.Div., Th.M., Ph.D.) loves cities and loves the church. Michael has lived in a number of global cities (Taipei, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, and San Francisco). He serves as faculty of two different seminaries and is a co-director of Radius Global Cities Network, an urban research think-tank that assists the church in seeking the welfare of the city. In addition, he is involved in training and equipping church planters through City to City. Michael has contributed to a number of books and articles on topics related to the city. Watch the video version of this episode on the ABWE YouTube channel. Believe in our mission? Support this podcast. The Missions Podcast is a ministry resource of ABWE. Learn more at abwe.org. Want to ask a question or suggest a topic? Email alex@missionspodcast.com.

Reportage International
Malaisie: le parc Taman Tugu, écrin vert dans un pays sujet à la déforestation

Reportage International

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 2:30


C'est un parc d'un nouveau genre qui a ouvert en Malaisie en 2018. Il s'appelle Taman Tugu, et dans ce pays continuellement menacé par la déforestation, les 27 hectares de cette jungle parcourue de sentiers, à moins de trois kilomètres du centre historique de la capitale Kuala Lumpur, feraient presque figure d'exception.  De notre correspondante à Kuala Lumpur, Quitter la jungle urbaine de Kuala Lumpur pour arpenter les sentiers de Taman Tugu, c'est tout de suite voir la température baisser de plusieurs degrés, et troquer les klaxons des embouteillages pour des sons psychédéliques d'oiseaux et cigales.  Mais pour Tracey Surin, qui travaille dans ce parc depuis son ouverture, s'y promener Taman Tugu c'est aussi remonter dans l'histoire de la Malaisie. « Dans les années 1930, les hauts dignitaires coloniaux anglais avaient des maisons ici, et si vous regardez bien, vous pouvez apercevoir certains des premiers palmiers à huile de Malaisie, que les Anglais ont apportés d'Afrique de l'Ouest », indique Tracey Surin. À contre-courant Aujourd'hui, la Malaisie est le deuxième producteur mondial d'huile de palme et cette manne a sa part de responsabilité dans la déforestation galopante qu'a connue le pays ces dernières décennies. Un fléau qui fait de la création de Taman Tugu un exemple à contre-courant, dont les débuts n'ont pas été faciles. Ce lieu faisait alors office de décharge sauvage, comme de l'extérieur c'est une cuvette, c'était facile pour des camions de passer et juste balancer ce dont ils voulaient se débarrasser. Et on a vraiment trouvé de tout, des télés, des ordinateurs, des canapés, même une voiture si ma mémoire est bonne ! et puis aussi des seringues. Donc quand on a voulu ouvrir Taman Tugu il a d'abord fallu nettoyer l'équivalent de 300 camions chargés de déchets, et tout ça a dû être fait manuellement, car il fallait préserver certains arbres autochtones. Les chemins ont ensuite été créés en contournant ces arbres répertoriés.Biodiversité urbaine Il a ensuite fallu planter d'autres arbres, et dans cette tâche rien ne fut laissé au hasard, rappelle Calvin Raqeem Jacob, en charge du développement du parc. Les critères que nous avons appliqués pour sélectionner les espèces d'arbres ont d'abord été que ce soit des arbres autochtones de Malaisie, ensuite, il fallait que ces arbres puissent s'épanouir dans cet endroit qui était déjà en partie une forêt. Donc pour cela, il faut des arbres qui résistent à la compétition. Enfin on souhaite faire ici la promotion d'une biodiversité urbaine, donc on voulait pour cela des arbres qui attirent ; grâce à leur pollen ou leur fruit ou leur feuille, la faune qu'on peut trouver autour de Kuala Lumpur. Car si on réussit à attirer des animaux, ces derniers peuvent trouver de quoi manger ici, mais aussi en se nourrissant et se déplaçant, ces animaux peuvent également promouvoir la pollinisation croisée, c'est-à-dire par exemple si un oiseau passe ici et ensuite se pose ailleurs, y dépose une graine, les arbres qui sont ici pourraient également pousser ailleurs.  On trouve aujourd'hui des singes, des écureuils, des varans, des serpents et des civettes sur les chemins de Taman Tugu, et trois fois plus d'espèces d'arbres qu'auparavant. Certains de végétaux qui poussent ici, et peut-être, un jour ailleurs, sont répertoriés comme des espèces menacées. 

Software Lifecycle Stories
Building respectful relationships with Ramesh Rajagopal

Software Lifecycle Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 29:56


We continue our conversation with Ramesh Rajagopal, a coach at PM Power Consulting. In the first part he shared his origin story and also experiences of his childhood and career. In this episode, he continues to share more details about Leveraging his lean manufacturing experience to get into Agile approaches and becoming an Agile evangelistWorking in a company wide transformation planning processBeing summoned to the office one day,early morning - to be told that his position being made redundant, just a few months before a planned retirementThe support he got from his wifeGetting an opportunity to work in MalaysiaBecoming a trainer and exploring certification opportunities - such as SPC when he was 63The transferable skills from his manufacturing career that he was able to use in IT as wellImportance of communication and the need to relate to the people one interacts with.The importance of respecting dignity of every person and understanding their value systemsTeamwork and giving credit wherever it is dueBeing a continuous learnerBeing a listener 90% of the time while interacting with othersHow to become a better influencer to ensure results, by maintaining a respectful relationship and not limit interactions to only transactionsUnderstanding the aspirations and motivations of individuals first before helpingHis personal practices to develop empathy as a person based onThe Sahaja Marg or heartfulness approachHis career advice and tips for persons who want to get into IT from other domainsHe started my career as an R&D engineer at the Engineering Research Centre at Tata Motors (TELCO) in 1981, then he joined L& T during 1984, initially as a Design Engineer for Earthmoving machines. Later, he moved into Manufacturing Planning. He joined GE India Technology Center during end 2000, as a Project Manager-Delivery and stayed with the organization as it later changed hands to become GXS and OpenText. He also worked as a consultant for the Agile Transformation group for 4 years at Standard Chartered Bank, Kuala Lumpur helping teams and teams of teams to adopt to the new ways of working – from Technology teams, Retail Teams to Data and Privacy teams.With over four decades of experience which includes over 20+ years in software Product development, Delivery, Quality and several years in manufacturing domains of Automobile and Earth moving equipment, mow a Principal consultant at PM Power, part of Agile Transformation and DevOps Service lines.

Global News Podcast
Live special episode: Cost of living

Global News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 26:28 Very Popular


The global price crisis. Our first ever “live audience show” – recorded in Malaysia. Listeners around the world and in the audience in Kuala Lumpur share their experiences and ask questions about spiralling costs and what can be done. Hear from our panel of BBC correspondents. What are the implications of the increases in food and fuel prices? How are governments and communities responding - and what does the future look like?

What Kind of Asian Are You?
The Creative Chimera - XinYi Tan / Don't Be Strangers Podcast / Ep 77

What Kind of Asian Are You?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 48:16


Today's episodes with the super creative and interesting XinYi Tan from the "Don't Be Strangers" Podcast.  Kyle, our host was on an episode of "Don't Be Strangers" check that out as well! EpisodeWe talked about finding your passions, creativity, being creative and loving art but not making it a career intentionally and the journey she took to become a creative chimera nomad.  More about XinYi Tan:I was born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and moved with my family to Dallas, Texas at age 7. My first couple of years in school were a huge struggle. English was not my first language and entering 2nd grade after skipping almost a year of school due to the move made making friends quite difficult. But even after learning English,I never felt quite at home... anywhere.Culturally, I wasn't fully American, but when my family and I visited Malaysia, I was painfully aware that I didn't quite belong there either. When it came to my passions, I could never make up my mind on a specific creative outlet or medium to hone — not because of indecisiveness (ok, maybe a little bit), but because I find joy in learning, remixing, and over-complicating mixed-media projects. But before I found pride in calling myself a creative chimera, I was hopelessly lost in how to identify my art and therefore myself. Being aromantic meant that I couldn't relate to 99% of the stories represented in pop culture. ​In short, I thought I was an alien. With every friend that I've found (who listened to me wholeheartedly and confided in me sincerely), I began to feel less and less alien and more and more at home on Earth.  I began to feel like I belonged. XinYi's InstagramDon't Be Strangers WebsiteDon't Be Strangers SpotifyDon't Be Strangers Apple Don't be Strangers Instagram"Don't Be Strangers is a community + podcast that focuses on fighting social isolation via stories of everyday people! If you believe in the power of making deeper connections, you can plug in by joining our Discord Community, Pen Pals Club, or applying to co-host a future episode!" Linktree: https://linktr.ee/whatkindofasianareyoupodSpotify:https://open.spotify.com/show/0vSqGIRXpJozlfiCDjpv5K?si=Xe9qxPdORCyu_8SDPkRmKw<clid=ca3c72c2-624b-4812-9733-9e09723a1629&nd=1Apple Podcast:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/what-kind-of-asian-are-you/id1531615451Instagram (Podcast):https://www.instagram.com/whatkindofasianpod(Never Jaded Podcast):https://www.instagram.com/neverjadedpod/?hl=enYoutube Channel:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ40aGle2G564N4of7iFuKABuy Me A Coffee:https://www.buymeacoffee.com/whatkindofasianSupport the show

Booklist's Shelf Care
Shelf Care Interview: Reimena Yee

Booklist's Shelf Care

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 9:41


Welcome to the Shelf Care Interview, an occasional conversation series where Booklist talks to book people. This Shelf Care Interview is sponsored by Random House Children's Books. In this episode of the Shelf Care Interview, Sarah Hunter talks to Reimena Yee, author of MY AUNT IS A MONSTER. Reimena Yee is an illustrator, writer, and designer. Hailing from the dusty metropolis of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, she is now based in Melbourne, Australia. She once was a STEM student, but left to pursue her passion for the world and all its histories and cultures, which she weaves into her art and stories. She is the cofounder of UNNAMED, a comics collective that builds community and resources for visual-literary creators in Southeast Asia. She is the author-illustrator of the gothic comics The World in Deeper Inspection and the Eisner- and McDuffie-nominated The Carpet Merchant of Konstantiniyya. Séance Tea Party was her debut middle-grade graphic novel. @reimenayee

The Coconuts Podcast
Joseph Schooling's cannabis non-scandal + more top stories | WTF SEA + HK | September 8, 2022

The Coconuts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 42:24


How dare Joseph Schooling smoke pot… was the reaction we thought Singaporeans would make when their Olympic hero admitted to cannabis use during a moment of weakness. Instead, the nation has been supportive of the athlete. Coconuts Regional Managing Editor Delfina Utomo makes her maiden WTF SEA + HK splash as we dive deep into the controversy. We also discuss a Singaporean law forbidding citizens from drug use abroad. Tune in! Other stories include: Najib Razak admitted to hospital after less than two weeks in prison | ‘Feels like home': PH President Bongbong Marcos in Jakarta for maiden overseas trip | 31 Hong Kong men fall victim to mainland China naked-chat blackmailing, with one losing as much as HK$220,000 | Buckle up in the back, Bangkok. It's now the law. | 3 dolphins – 1 wearing dental crowns – released into the ocean by Bali sanctuary | Couple with 42-year age gap gain fans, brush off haters on TikTok WTF is up in Southeast Asia + Hong Kong delivers impactful, weird, and wonderful reporting by our journalists on the ground in eight cities: Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Manila, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Yangon, and Bali. Listen to headline news on matters large and small, designed for people located in – or curious about – Southeast Asia and Hong Kong. WTF is up in Southeast Asia + Hong Kong is available on Apple, Spotify, Google, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Subscribe today!

Property Podcast
From Welfare To Billionaire: Evan Thornley on Running A $14.2B Empire

Property Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 38:57


Evan Thornley is a tech and social entrepreneur who has been investing in real estate in Australia and the US for over 30 years. His name is synonymous with success, having founded and led the first Australian high-tech company to achieve a NASDAQ listing— and a market value of $14.2 billion. Today his title is Executive Chair at LongView, however you may also recognise his name from companies such as LookSmart, Better Place, and McKinsey, or as the co-founder of the GoodStart Consortium. In this episode Thornley shares his roots that allowed him to grow into the benevolent leader he is, starting with his humble childhood. We learn how he leapfrogged from one place to another, gaining new skills and unearthing new talents along the way. Taking listeners on a journey from Gosford to Melbourne and Kuala Lumpur to New York and beyond, Thornley reveals the steps he took— and is still taking— to revolutionise the Australian property market, one landlord and one renter at a time. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Australian Property Investor
From Welfare To Billionaire: Evan Thornley on Running A $14.2B Empire

Australian Property Investor

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 38:57


Evan Thornley is a tech and social entrepreneur who has been investing in real estate in Australia and the US for over 30 years. His name is synonymous with success, having founded and led the first Australian high-tech company to achieve a NASDAQ listing— and a market value of $14.2 billion. Today his title is Executive Chair at LongView, however you may also recognise his name from companies such as LookSmart, Better Place, and McKinsey, or as the co-founder of the GoodStart Consortium. In this episode Thornley shares his roots that allowed him to grow into the benevolent leader he is, starting with his humble childhood. We learn how he leapfrogged from one place to another, gaining new skills and unearthing new talents along the way. Taking listeners on a journey from Gosford to Melbourne and Kuala Lumpur to New York and beyond, Thornley reveals the steps he took— and is still taking— to revolutionise the Australian property market, one landlord and one renter at a time. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Software Lifecycle Stories
Shop Floor experience with Ramesh Rajagopal

Software Lifecycle Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 36:14


This is part 1 of a 2 episode conversation. In this episode, Ramesh Rajagopal, a Coach at PM Power Consulting, shares his experience related toGrowing up in Madurai, a major temple town Learning Tamil, though his grandparents were from KarnatakaHis temple visits, on the way to school as well as on specific occasionsMoving to Bangalore and seeing the changes over the decadesPassing out as topper in his school for the SSLC gradeChoosing to switch colleges to study with his cousinDeveloping a talent - in his own words  -of sleeping in moving buses, whether sitting or standingLearning the importance of extra curricular activitiesApplying to TELCO, based on a newspaper adAsking for a role in R&D, though TELCO was a predominantly manufacturing organization and getting itNot being able to join as planned, due to his father's health, but being able to make it a little later, when things got betterUnderstanding that work culture varies from context to context and his interesting experience on the shop floor with his managerImportance of practical experience on the shop floorTaking interest in and learning computersLeveraging his engineering and manufacturing experience to help the software development teams in L&TJoining GE and diving deeper into software engineeringWith a focus on systems, getting an opportunity to lead the quality functionFour stages in career development: learning, doing, guide others, shape people by laying the pathGetting into Agile approachesHe started my career as an R&D engineer at the Engineering Research Centre at Tata Motors (TELCO) in 1981, then he joined L& T during 1984, initially as a Design Engineer for Earthmoving machines. Later, he moved into Manufacturing Planning. He joined GE India Technology Center during end 2000, as a Project Manager-Delivery and stayed with the organization as it later changed hands to become GXS and OpenText. He also worked as a consultant for the Agile Transformation group for 4 years at Standard Chartered Bank, Kuala Lumpur helping teams and teams of teams to adopt to the new ways of working – from Technology teams, Retail Teams to Data and Privacy teams.With over four decades of experience which includes over 20+ years in software Product development, Delivery, Quality and several years in manufacturing domains of Automobile and Earth moving equipment, mow a Principal consultant at PM Power, part of Agile Transformation and DevOps Service lines.

AIDS' Existential Moment
Live from AIDS 2022 in Montreal – Former IAS President & International Co-Chair of AIDS 2022 Adeeba Kamarulzaman: “Reengagement” through collaboration and connection

AIDS' Existential Moment

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 25:09


In this crossover episode with Pandemic Planet, recorded during the International AIDS Conference in Montreal, Katherine speaks with Dr. Adeeba Kamarulzaman, immediate past president of IAS and the International Co-Chair of AIDS 2022, about the themes of this year's conference, “Re-engage and follow the science.” Four years since the last International AIDS Conference took place in Amsterdam, Adeeba discusses the importance of bringing the HIV research, advocacy, and policy communities back together in a hybrid in person/virtual setting to rejuvenate the fight to end the AIDS pandemic. Katherine and Adeeba discuss the exciting new scientific breakthroughs announced at the conference, technical innovations during Covid-19 that that can be successfully applied to HIV programs, and the uncertain future of funding for global HIV/AIDS activities in a period when conflict, food insecurity, climate change, and pandemic preparedness efforts require increased financial investments, as well.    Dr. Adeeba Kamarulzaman is former Dean of the Faculty of Medicine and Professor of Medicine and Infectious Diseases at the University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.  

Pandemic Planet
Live from AIDS 2022 in Montreal – Former IAS President & International Co-Chair of AIDS 2022 Adeeba Kamarulzaman: “Reengagement” through collaboration and connection

Pandemic Planet

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 25:06


In this crossover episode with AIDS' Existential Moment, recorded during the International AIDS Conference in Montreal, Katherine speaks with Dr. Adeeba Kamarulzaman, immediate past president of IAS and the International Co-Chair of AIDS 2022, about the themes of this year's conference, “Re-engage and follow the science.” Four years since the last International AIDS Conference took place in Amsterdam, Adeeba discusses the importance of bringing the HIV research, advocacy, and policy communities back together in a hybrid in person/virtual setting to rejuvenate the fight to end the AIDS pandemic. Katherine and Adeeba discuss the exciting new scientific breakthroughs announced at the conference, technical innovations during Covid-19 that that can be successfully applied to HIV programs, and the uncertain future of funding for global HIV/AIDS activities in a period when conflict, food insecurity, climate change, and pandemic preparedness efforts require increased financial investments, as well.    Dr. Adeeba Kamarulzaman is former Dean of the Faculty of Medicine and Professor of Medicine and Infectious Diseases at the University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.  

The Asian Game
FULL INTERVIEW: KL City FC defender Giancarlo Gallifuoco

The Asian Game

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 34:00


Australian defender Giancarlo Gallifuoco sat down with Paul to talk about KL City FC's AFC Cup success, his new home in Kuala Lumpur and his own journey - personally and professionally - in football that has taken him from Tottenham from KL.

The Coconuts Podcast
Peruvian trans man dies in Bali police custody + more top stories | WTF SEA + HK | September 1, 2022

The Coconuts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 37:01


Rodrigo Ventosilla touched down in Bali in early August for a honeymoon with his new husband Sebastian Marallano. The Peruvian couple's trip immediately turned into a nightmare when police arrested Rodrigo after finding cannabis-derived products in his luggage. Rodrigo soon died in police custody, prompting his family to accuse Bali authorities of arbitrarily detaining him on the grounds of transphobia and racial discrimination. Coconuts Bali's Amahl Azwar has been relentlessly pursuing this story for weeks in order to get to the truth. We caught up with him in this week's podcast to get an update and his insights into this major case. Tune in! Other stories include: DepEd launches probe into sexual harassment allegations against 6 high school teachers in Cavite | 16-year-old dies in toilet fire after prank goes horribly wrong | West Java vice governor promotes polygamy, early marriage as solutions to stop HIV spread | Hong Kong property agent's towel-clad apartment ad causes controversy | This cranky and sarcastic Singaporean just wants you to flush the toilet | ‘Cookies' delays Bangkok store, drops plan to import weed WTF is up in Southeast Asia + Hong Kong delivers impactful, weird, and wonderful reporting by our journalists on the ground in eight cities: Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Manila, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Yangon, and Bali. Listen to headline news on matters large and small, designed for people located in – or curious about – Southeast Asia and Hong Kong. WTF is up in Southeast Asia + Hong Kong is available on Apple, Spotify, Google, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Subscribe today!

HRchat Podcast
Analytics and AI Leadership Coaches with David Creelman

HRchat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 23:16


In this episode, we ask: once we have all our basic analytics in place, how can we continue to improve decision-making? Listen too, as we preview the upcoming AGILITY REIMAGED Summit in beautiful downtown Toronto on Sept 14thJoining guest host Pauline James on the show is David Creelman, CEO at Creelman Research. David provides training and consulting on how managers can use analytics (rather than “do” analytics) and is a recognized thought leader in people management and a Fellow of the Centre for Evidence-based Management.Based in Toronto and Kuala Lumpur, David works with think tanks such as Talent Tech Labs in New York, Works Institute out of Tokyo, Workforce Institute in Boston, and CRF in London.His most recent books are "The CMO of People: Manage Employees Like Customers" and "Management for Scientists and Engineers". He's currently investigating what it would take to create an AI coach that would have a meaningful impact on leadership.Questions For David Include:You and I worked together on a project for the European Union IPO division last year, which is responsible for intellectual property like trademarks. They needed to adapt to meet the opportunities AI technology. Can you tell the audience about that project and it matters? You are joining me on a panel at the AGILITY REIMAGED Summit - produced by the HR Gazette and Anchor HR - in downtown Toronto on Sept 14th. The panel will discuss 'How do People and Culture divisions need to adapt their structure, approach, and services to ensure they are equipped to meet the changing needs of employees and the organization?' Tell our listeners about the panel and some of the hoped-for learning outcomes.In a recent article on tlnt.com, you write: "It's probably fair to say that people analytics has finished its hype cycle. Most analytics practitioners have their feet firmly on the ground and are busy improving data quality, dashboards, and the skillsets of HR professionals who use their data... so, the sort of question I'm often asked is "where does people analytics go from here? Or, once we have all our basic analytics in place, how can we continue to improve decision-making?" The answer is to shift from a focus on data to a focus on evidence and to shift from talking about analytics to talking about evidence-based management – or EBM." Can you tell our listeners more about this shift to EBM and why HR leaders should take note?The Pandemic forced a move to remote work and required leaders to be much more focused on results rather than tasks. In your book “Lead the Work” you talk about the need to become more innovative around how organizations and leaders disperse work. How do you see this playing out?You're currently investigating what it would take to create an AI coach that would have a meaningful impact on leadership. Tell me about your findings so far.We do our best to ensure editorial objectivity. The views and ideas shared by our guests and sponsors are entirely independent of The HR Gazette, HRchat Podcast, and Iceni Media Inc.

BFM :: General
PESZTA @ Kampung Attap

BFM :: General

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 23:55


PESZTA is a one-day music, arts, and culture festival taking place on the 27th August across three venues in the vicinity of Kampung Attap, Kuala Lumpur. Spelt PESZTA, the festival's title is not a typo, but rather an acronym of the various sites in Kampung Attap that will be involved in the day-long event. We find out more about what's in store from Kg Attap residents, Liza Ho (Co-founder, The Zhongshan Building) and Stephanie Goh (Yayasan Lim Yee Hoh). Both Liza and Stephanie will also share more about the mix of old and new world charm that Kg Attap offers, and also shed light on the ever-growing arts and culture community located smack in the heart of KL city.

BFM :: Front Row
PESZTA @ Kampung Attap

BFM :: Front Row

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 23:55


PESZTA is a one-day music, arts, and culture festival taking place on the 27th August across three venues in the vicinity of Kampung Attap, Kuala Lumpur. Spelt PESZTA, the festival's title is not a typo, but rather an acronym of the various sites in Kampung Attap that will be involved in the day-long event. We find out more about what's in store from Kg Attap residents, Liza Ho (Co-founder, The Zhongshan Building) and Stephanie Goh (Yayasan Lim Yee Hoh). Both Liza and Stephanie will also share more about the mix of old and new world charm that Kg Attap offers, and also shed light on the ever-growing arts and culture community located smack in the heart of KL city.

Stories From Women Who Walk
60 Seconds for Story Prompt Friday: Trekking Life with Jeffrey Tan, Pathfinder & Transformation Coach, Part 2

Stories From Women Who Walk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 2:00


Hello to you listening in Burlington, Vermont!Coming to you from Whidbey Island, Washington this is Stories From Women Who Walk with 60 Seconds (a quite a bit more) for Story Prompt Friday and your host, Diane Wyzga.Welcome to Part 2 of my conversation with Jeffrey Tan: Pathfinder, Transformation  Coach and Leadership Mastery Facilitator/Trainer who is joining us from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. We were talking about walking our lives with courage, and finding our way when I asked Jeffrey where his name, Pathfinder, came from. Let's hear what he has to say on this, on leadership, parenting children as a single dad under COVID, and more.Click HERE in the Episode Notes to listen to Part 2 of Trekking with Jeffrey Tan, access links, resources and get in touch with Jeffrey.Story Prompt: Where and how have you gained the courage to walk your life? Write that story!Practical Tip: The magic of stories is also in the sharing. If you wish share your story with someone or something.   All that matters is you have a story.You're invited: “Come for the stories - stay for the magic!” Speaking of magic, I hope you'll subscribe, share a nice shout out on your social media or podcast channel of choice, and join us next time! Remember to stop by the website, check out the Services, arrange a Discovery Call, and Opt In to stay current with Diane and Quarter Moon Story Arts and on Linked In. Stories From Women Who Walk Production TeamPodcaster: Diane F Wyzga & Quarter Moon Story ArtsMusic: Mer's Waltz from Crossing the Waters by Steve Schuch & Night Heron MusicAll content and image © 2019 to Present: for credit & attribution Quarter Moon Story Arts

Dubious
Hushpuppi: Scamfluencer Extraordinaire and Uncrowned King of the Yahoo Boys

Dubious

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 40:21


Known by his millions of followers as the Billionaire Gucci Master, Ramon Abbas started his rags to riches fraudster career in Nigeria, evolving from phishing emails to defrauding international banks and corporations of $350 M.There are influencers, there are scammers, there are scamfluencers and then there is the godfluencer: Hushpuppi. We're discussing the rise of Ramon from the internet cafes of Lagos, Nigeria to the penthouse suites of the Palazzo Versace in Dubai... and predictably eventually to a US prison. If you like our content, please become a patron to get our two premium episodes every month, as well as our public episodes ad-free. Hushpuppi and his co-conspirators in various email phishing scams: Samson Oyekunle, Vincent Chibuzo, and Abdul-Rahman Juma, Ghaleb Alaumary, and Nigeria's "super cop" Abba Kyari, perpetrated email frauds throughout the world, from middle-man banks in Mexico to compromised accounts in an investment bank in Malta, and even to the French equivalent of the US Securities Exchange Commission, the Autorité des Marchés Financiers, and English Premiere League football clubs. 1, 2, 3 Team Hush wasn't one of those small time Nigerian Prince email scam crews. They were talented social engineers capable of talking their "magas", Nigerian slang for "gullible marks" out of hundreds of thousands of dollars per transaction. Rather than rely on cold-emailing millions of people they would insert themselves into corporate and government email networks, and then observe their day to day transactions to custom-design scams that would fly under an accounting auditor's radar. WIth the ill-gotten money Hushpuppi lived large: a penthouse in Dubai, helicopter rides around the Greek Isles, private jet rides to his destinations, and multi-hundred thousand dollar watches and cars. He was even a guest of the Louis Vuitton PR department at Fashion Week in Paris, and "customer of the year" in the Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Versace store. 4 When he was finally arrested by Dubai police (who also documented their swat raid on Hushpuppi's penthouse for social media in a highly over-produced video), dozens of phones and laptos were seized along with 7 million dollars in cars and 40 million dollars in cash. 5 And old habits die hard, most recently a new charge has been added to Hushpuppi's rap sheet in the US. The FBI has charged him with obtaining $430,000 dollars in fraudulent COVID relief loans granted to victims of identity theft, after which Hushpuppi would sell the debit cards containing the loan funds that were sent out by the US Government. Episode #DubiMeter = 11 1. Evan Ratliff. The Fall of the Billionaire Gucci Master. Bloomberg. June 2021. ⇤2. Evan Ratliff and William Clowes. How Instagram's ‘Billionaire Gucci Master' Sank Nigeria's Super Cop. Bloomberg. February 2022. ⇤3. Ivan Martin. How BOV hackers got away with €13 million. Times of Malta. February 2019. ⇤4. Segun Adewole. How Hushpuppi bought Richard Mille wristwatch worn on Instagram. Punch. July 2021. ⇤5. Dubai Media Office Twitter account. Hushpuppi arrest video. Twitter. June 2020. ⇤

Stories From Women Who Walk
60 Seconds for Thoughts on Thursday: Trekking Life with Jeffrey Tan, Pathfinder & Transformation Coach, Part 1

Stories From Women Who Walk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 2:00


Hello to you listening in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia!Coming to you from Whidbey Island, Washington this is Stories From Women Who Walk with 60 Seconds (a quite a bit more) for Thoughts on Thursday and your host, Diane Wyzga.Welcome to Part 1 of my conversation with Jeffrey Tan: Pathfinder, Transformation  Coach and Leadership Mastery Facilitator/Trainer who is joining us from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Years of managing and working with people from all walks of life led him to a deep understanding of human behaviors and attitudes. Helping people develop their best personal and professional selves became his passion. Let's hear what he has to say about changing the narrative that no longer works for you, trekking Nepal, and more!    Click HERE in the Episode Notes to listen to Part 1 of Trekking with Jeffrey Tan, access links, resources and get in touch with Jeffrey.You're invited: “Come for the stories - stay for the magic!” Speaking of magic, I hope you'll subscribe, share a nice shout out on your social media or podcast channel of choice, and join us next time! Remember to stop by the website, check out the Services, arrange a Discovery Call, and Opt In to stay current with Diane and Quarter Moon Story Arts and on Linked In. Stories From Women Who Walk Production TeamPodcaster: Diane F Wyzga & Quarter Moon Story ArtsMusic: Mer's Waltz from Crossing the Waters by Steve Schuch & Night Heron MusicAll content and image © 2019 to Present: for credit & attribution Quarter Moon Story Arts

The Coconuts Podcast
Najib: 12 years a prisoner + more top stories | WTF SEA + HK | August 25, 2022

The Coconuts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 37:29


After years of delaying serving his corruption sentence with appeals, former Malaysia Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak is finally going to prison after some major courtroom drama. Coconuts KL reporter Aminah Farid, who was on location during the verdict, takes us on a play-by-play of the historic event, while trying to grasp how Najib's supporters still anguished despite the former leader stealing billions from the country. Tune in! Other stories include: Singapore's gay sex law to be repealed: PM Lee, LGBT groups ‘relieved' | 3 more Hongkongers reported as victims of Southeast Asian human trafficking job scams: city's No. 2 security official | Burning issue: Weed to remain legal, easily available under Thailand's Cannabis Act | People are pissed over LTO's request that students not ‘go to school too early' | Own an iPhone? Make some extra bucks selling screenshots to clout-chasing Indonesians | Sex and the Monkeys: Scientists discover that, just like some of us hoomans, Ubud's macaques also use ‘sex toys' WTF is up in Southeast Asia + Hong Kong delivers impactful, weird, and wonderful reporting by our journalists on the ground in eight cities: Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Manila, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Yangon, and Bali. Listen to headline news on matters large and small, designed for people located in – or curious about – Southeast Asia and Hong Kong. WTF is up in Southeast Asia + Hong Kong is available on Apple, Spotify, Google, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Subscribe today!

Are We Home Yet?
Riffeth, from Sri Lanka, is on a journey to the heart of self-realization as an expat, while also enjoying Malaysian restaurants

Are We Home Yet?

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 29:38


Riffeth is from Sri Lanka and is on a journey to the heart of self-realization as an expat. While he enjoys the many different Malaysian restaurants in Kuala Lumpur, his real journey is within himself. He is exploring what it means to be living in a foreign country and learning more about himself. Riffeth is grateful for the opportunity to live abroad and learn (thanks to the travel and technology company that he works for), and Riffeth looks forward to continuing his journey in the years to come! Listen to my interview with episode 39 guest Riffeth on the Are we home yet? podcast! Journey to the Heart of Self-Realization The journey to the heart of self-realization can be a long and difficult one. It requires us to confront our fears and insecurities and to let go of the untrue beliefs that we have about ourselves. But it is also a journey that is full of rewards. As we discover our true identity, we also find a deep sense of peace and happiness. We come to know ourselves as infinitely worthy and deserving of love. We come to see that we are perfect just as we are. And we come to feel a profound sense of connectedness with all beings. Those who can reach the heart of self-realization often find that they can lead richer, more satisfying lives. They are better able to connect with others and find deeper meaning in their relationships. They are also more likely to experience a sense of inner peace and well-being. In short, the journey to the heart of self-realization is a journey that can change your life for the better. There is no one answer to the question of what self-realization is. For some people, it may simply mean coming to a greater understanding of their own thoughts and feelings. For others, it may involve reaching a higher level of consciousness or understanding the true nature of reality. Regardless of what it means for individual people, self-realization is a process that often requires deep introspection and reflection. In many cases, it is only through coming to know ourselves that we can hope to achieve anything else in life. That being said, the journey of self-realization is unique to everyone, and there is no single path that leads to it. For some, it may happen spontaneously; for others, it may be the result of years of dedicated effort. Ultimately, though, self-realization is something that we all have the potential to experience. The term "self-realization" is often used in psychology to describe the process of coming to a fuller understanding of one's own identity. However, it can also be applied to the expatriate experience. For many expats, the process of self-realization begins when they first leave their home country. This can be a time of great excitement and opportunity, but it can also be a period of uncertainty and self-doubt. As expats settle into their new lives, they often find themselves questioning their previous assumptions about who they are and what they want out of life. Through trial and error, they gradually develop a new sense of self that is more in line with their new circumstances. In some cases, this process leads to major life changes, such as a new career or a move to a different country. For expats, self-realization is an ongoing journey that can provide valuable insights into both their own identities and the world around them. For many people, living abroad is about more than just seeing new places. It can also be about finding oneself. This was certainly the case for Riffeth when he decided to move abroad. Leaving his home country behind, Sri Lanka, he felt like he was embarking on a journey of self-discovery. And in many ways, he was. Living in a new culture and learning to navigate a new way of life has forced him to step outside of his comfort zone and understand better who he is and what he wants out of life. It has at times been a challenging and sometimes difficult experience, but ultimately it was also one of the most rewarding...

Vulgar Geniuses
Hanna Alkaf

Vulgar Geniuses

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 79:54


If you have a shared love for murder mystery podcasts and word games, then this episode is just the one you've been waiting for. We travel across the world for our conversation with author Hanna Alkaf to discuss her novel QUEEN OF TILES. Hanna drops us into the city of Kuala Lumpur a year after the mysterious death of Najwa's best friend and Scrabble Champ, Trina Lowe. Najwa is ready to resume her life, but as secrets are revealed and lies are told, she must solve the mystery of her friend's death or face being blamed for it.

BFM :: General
DBKL's Crackdown On Crackhouse: Did They Go Too Far?

BFM :: General

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 14:30


The DBKL licensing committee had agreed to permanently blacklist the owners of Crackhouse Comedy Club for life from registering a business in Kuala Lumpur. We discuss whether this outcome is fair.Image Source: CrackHouse, Website

Long Roads
#20 Nodus x Matick Blog - SectorMatick limited edition, burnout, supply chain issues

Long Roads

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 94:30


In this episode, we video chat with Team Matick, a group of watch enthusiasts based out of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. We discuss our second collaboration, the SectorMatick Pilot - a follow up to the AvaMatick, which was released in 2020 just before the pandemic shut the world down. We also talk about our burnout levels reaching all time highs, plans for the year, and plastic surgery. The SectorMatick is now available at: https://www.noduswatches.com/collections/sector-matick Submit questions for us to address in future episodes here. This episode was produced by Wesley Kwok. Music in this episode was written, recorded, and produced by Dallas Thornton.

The Coconuts Podcast
Old men and an anti-LGBT manifesto + more top stories | WTF SEA + HK | August 18, 2022

The Coconuts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 35:16


In Singapore, middle-aged men airing their anti-LGBT sentiments is nothing new — but when they come up with an 82-page manifesto, it's bound to garner some attention. Coconuts Singapore's Carolyn Teo comes onboard to shed light on the opposition behind the repeal of the controversial Section 377A in the city-state's penal code, and the nasty and tired clichés this group has leaned on. Also, Coconuts KL's Aminah Farid is in the co-host seat as Andra pillow fights his way through Indonesian Independence Day. Tune in! Other stories include: Singapore's anti-LGBT summit organizers pack manifesto with culture war cliches | Najib begins final appeal to overturn 1MDB-linked conviction | Kuta hotel room, thought to be online gambling HQ, deserted ahead of police raid | Bacteria levels of 6 masks sold in Hong Kong exceed EU standards: Consumer Council | Woman lawyers up after she was caught stealing chocolate bars from convenience store | Thai teens get stupid on date rape drug for TikTok laughs (Videos) | Jollibee Chickenjoy named the best fast-food fried chicken in the US WTF is up in Southeast Asia + Hong Kong delivers impactful, weird, and wonderful reporting by our journalists on the ground in eight cities: Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Manila, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Yangon, and Bali. Listen to headline news on matters large and small, designed for people located in – or curious about – Southeast Asia and Hong Kong. WTF is up in Southeast Asia + Hong Kong is available on Apple, Spotify, Google, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Subscribe today!

Sixteen:Nine
Tom Goddard, World Out Of Home Organization (WOO)

Sixteen:Nine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 36:35


The 16:9 PODCAST IS SPONSORED BY SCREENFEED – DIGITAL SIGNAGE CONTENT The World Out Of Home Organization has been around for decades, but under a French acronym that didn't mean a lot to much of the world. The non-profit changed its name from FEPE International to its new handle a few years ago, and has never looked back. It now has members from all over the globe - with outdoor advertising companies of all sizes and stripes signing on to benefit from lobbying, networking, policy discussions, standardization, research and education. The organization also does a heavily attended global conference each year, as well as at least a couple of regional versions in APAC and the Middle East. I had a great chat with out of home media veteran Tom Goddard, a London-based Irishman who gives his time and experience as the organization's President and Executive Chairman. Subscribe to this podcast: iTunes * Google Play * RSS TRANSCRIPT Tom, thank you for joining me. Where are you today?  Tom Goddard: Yeah, nice to be here, David. I'm in sunny London. We're having a Mediterranean type of summer, which is a hit and miss here, but we're having a lovely summer at the moment and I'm right in Hyde Park, so I'm looking into the park and all the joggers. So it's a lovely spot, it's about 28 degrees, so pretty cool.  Hopefully you have air conditioning!  Tom Goddard: Yeah, but I hate using it. I've had to use it a bit lately, but yes, I do.  So you are the head of the World Out of Home Organization? Can you give me the background on yourself and what that organization is all about? Tom Goddard: Yeah, of course, David. For my sins, I'm President of the World Out of Home Organization, it's an honorary reposition and the World Out of Home Organization is a not-for-profit body and its purpose is the same now as it was when it was set up 63 years ago. It's really to drive sector growth.  When the organization was set up in 1959 by Jacques Dauphin who was one of the pioneers of French outdoor media alongside JCDecaux, it was originally called FEPE which is short in French for  Federation European Publicite Exterieur, and in later years, it expanded outside that footprint and became a truly global organization. So in 2018, we decided to rebrand as the World Out of Home Organization, which we launched the following year at our Dubai Congress, which happened just before the pandemic, and so we're now the World Out of Home Organization, but we are 63 years old.  Yeah, I have known a few people who would make reference to FEPE all the time, like Sheldon Silverman when I was in meetings with him, and I didn't know what he was going on about, but when the name was changed, I was like, “Oh, now I get it!” It's a more universal name. Tom Goddard: Yeah. It's very plain and it says what it does.  With regards to your background, are you a media owner guy or an agency guy or something else? Tom Goddard: Yeah, I'm a media owner guy. I come from the media owner side and I've had a long career on the media owner side, all the way from a small company started in Ireland to running the International division of CBS Outdoors, as it was then called. More recently I was the chairman of Ocean Outdoor in the UK, which is one of the leading digital out-of-home companies in the premium sector. Are you still active, or are you still working?  Tom Goddard: Yeah, I'm still pretty active. I just stepped down from Ocean, just about a year and a half ago, but but I have also got a business called, Out of Home Capital, which I've set up with with eight other very experienced out-of-home professionals, and it's a global advisory business that helps all sectors of the out-of-home ecosystem to achieve their strategic plans. So I'm busy with that alongside my active work in the World Out of Home Organization.  Out of Home Capital, is that also a funding entity or purely advisory? Tom Goddard: It's mainly advisory, but we do have access to capital sources, and we do advise, for example, out-of-home media owners who are perhaps getting ready for a sale or getting ready for an IPO, we do advise them on how to go about preparing for that and also we have sources that we can recommend in terms of of capital investment. Is that a going concern that keeps you busy or is it one of those things that's a little little bit of peaks and valleys, where a project comes up and you're all busy and then there's not much going on and you can relax and then something else comes up.? Tom Goddard: We set it up a couple of years ago and within two weeks we had our first project, which was a New York Bank making an investment, needing a due diligence report, and since then we've been steadily busy, including working for a large private equity operator who were examining the potential sale of Clear Channel's European assets, and we have three European city projects at the moment where we're advising European cities on their out-of-home strategy and on their smart city strategy.  So it's really getting traction now, David, and when we set it up, we wondered how it would go, but everybody seems to tell us that there was a gap in the market, there was a need for this global advisory business and that seems to be the case.  I did a lot of consulting for a bunch of years now. Now, I'm just focused on Sixteen:Nine, but I would get emails and phone calls from people asking about whether I could do advisory on digital out-of-home and I would just flat out tell them that there are other people out there who know a hell of a lot more about that particular side of the business than I do, and I would point them that way, because it's just not my thing.  And we'll talk about it later, but I'm eternally confused by the whole programmatic business. I understand it at a macro level, but boy, it's complicated.  Tom Goddard: Absolutely, but if you get any more referrals, just send them my way. But interestingly there are not a lot of advisory units out there who really have the depth of experience needed. For example, we're just in the process of advising a large Asian media player who wants to get a tall hold in Times Square in New York, so you can get things like that along with major retailers who are looking to maximize their digital assets in their supermall. So there aren't many companies that have the ability to assess the audience value and also know about the aesthetics and the environment.  So how global is the World Out of Home Organization at this point, are you covering every continent and how many members do you have? Tom Goddard: Yeah, it's really taken off in the last few years, particularly since we rebranded, David, it's amazing what that has done, but we now have over 150 members worldwide. That's mainly large out-of-home media owners like Lamar, OUTFRONT in the US, and then JCDecaux in Europe, Out of Home media in Australia, Phoenix Metropolitan in China, and we also have lots of national out-of-home trade bodies, like the OAAA in the US and FAW in Germany, Outsmart in the UK and the Outdoor Trade Association in Japan.  The other good thing about our organization is we also admit service providers in the out-of-home sector like Daktronics and BroadSign in the US are members and most of the ad tech providers like View and Hivestack and Vista are members, and of course all the major BD buying agencies as well, Kinetic Talent and Rapport. So we totally embraced the entire 37 billion out-of-home ecosystem.  So if you want to be a member or you're considering being a member, it's not really the case where you go, do I join World Out of Home, or do OAAA or whatever, you can be a member of all of them, and it's not a conflict, and you're not choosing sides?  Tom Goddard: No, in fact the World Out of Home Organization is an international global body whereas the trade associations like Outsmart in the UK and the OAAA in the US are mainly national associations, and what we do is we connect with them and help to amplify the work they're doing and also help them to develop standards and best practices. So it's an entirely complimentary thing that you would join.  And also you would join it to be a part of a sort of a sharing and learning platform and to get access to our extensive database and active networking forum, and of course you get favorable discount rates to all our events. Somebody said to me recently that our annual Congress is really now a must attend event.  Is that the big thing, the resources and the conferences and so on? Are those kinds of the main motivators for joining?  Tom Goddard: They used to be, David. We used to very heavily rely on our annual Congress which is highly attended by the senior people in out-of-home. But we are now doing our annual event, we had one recently in Toronto and next year's is in Lisbon in June, but we're doing two fairly major regional events. We've got one coming up actually in October in Southeast Asia for APAC and that's based in Kuala Lumpur, and we've got one coming up in February in Dubai covering the MENA region.  So the events are a big attraction, but there's a lot more to the organization now, including monthly global Zoom calls with members, webinars and lots of other stuff that's going on throughout the year.   Is it a case where you have media companies, particularly those who cover multiple companies competing in many respects, but this is a forum where they can collaborate and share ideas and the competition goes away for at least a little bit?  Tom Goddard: That's a very astute question, David, and that's the tightrope all trade associations walk and what we do is we try to focus as hard as possible on sector growth and all the things that contribute to sector growth. And what you get is fierce competition locally at national level, between out-of-home media operators, both at the media owner and the media agency level. But there are lots of areas where it makes sense to collaborate and cooperate at association level to drive the sector because there is hard evidence now that a 1% sector growth is five times more valuable to your bottom line than a 1% growth within the silo. So when you talk about the sector, are you talking at a macro level about out-of-home or digital out-of-home?  Tom Goddard: I'm talking about out-of-home at a macro level, and don't forget that, 63% of global revenues still come through the classic out-of-home channel or static, as I think you call it in the US, but that is obviously tipping year by year in favor of digital. Some markets are at 80% digital and other markets are a lot less than that. I never foresee a situation where the market will be all digital. But I think the majority will be digital, but there will still be great work to be done with classic billboards, doing directional work for the likes of McDonald's and other big retail operators.  Yeah, there's any number of instances where I've seen digital in play and thought that wasn't necessary, it was almost like they did it because it's digital, that makes it shinier and newer and more attractive and a poster, a printed stock would've been just fine.  Tom Goddard: Yeah. I guess because of the capital investment required, out-of-home media owners are pretty cany when it comes to the ones that need to be digitized. It's usually a very high value site. Sean Reilly at Lamar has a statistic that shows something like 4% of his inventory produced 27% of his revenues. Forgive me if I haven't got the numbers right, but we are moving into an era now where less is more. So I think you'll see a rationalization of out-of-home inventory around the world, but it will be higher value and more digital. Yeah, I'm curious if your organization has a role in mentoring a lot of the startups that come along? These are the companies that want to put screens on everything, I just wrote last week about a company in London that's putting them on delivery scooters, and I tend to roll my eyes on a lot of these new kinds of efforts, but I thought that one was actually pretty spot on given the way London works and everything else, but there are so many dreamers out there that think they can put a screen anywhere and it's the road to riches route for them.  Tom Goddard: Yeah, as we would say in Ireland, David, “God bless them!” We would say, “Fill your boots!” Tom Goddard: The simple fact is you put multiple screens where there is a huge audience, and on the back of delivery bikers is not exactly the place to get a return on that investment. But I think that there's always gonna be left field entrepreneurs coming into the industry.  Where you see the big changes is with the high value sites around the world, and of course, lots of advertisers are cleverly using trophies or marquee digital sites on their social media as well. Most people who buy space in Times Square or Piccadilly Circus in London get wonderfully extended coverage and amplification on social media. So I think, in terms of dynamic content, in terms of the fact that involving memory and encoding digital motion really scores very high in those areas.  So is that part of the reason why you're seeing like lights, particularly in Asia, you're seeing a lot of these, anamorphic collusion types of creative that they are hoping will also get picked in social media and so on, so it's extending the reach? Tom Goddard: Absolutely, David, this is a really very exciting new innovation and Ocean calls it deep screen, and there are various sorts of versions of it. What we're finding, which is very exciting in our sector is that there's two levels of creativity, the traditional great ideas that the great creatives come up with as well, and then there's the great creative technical applications, and what you've just described, that is a great example of the attention getting the ability of these deep screen ads and they just go viral on social media.  Yeah, I've found that there's only been a few campaigns that have somehow rather threaded the needle between really interesting visuals but actually an effective ad. There have been ones where I'm trying to figure out okay, who is even the brand for this, but once in a while you see the ones where they've managed to achieve both. Tom Goddard: Yeah, the people who invest in these types of locations also use them as part of their annual reports in their own collateral material, they use them in their websites. They get tremendous mileage out of them.  Most of the great creative directors of our times always say, if you can get it right  on a poster, on an outdoor ad, you get it right on all media, that's as true today as it ever was.  Because it's short and sweet and to the point, right? Tom Goddard: Yeah, you've gotta get the message across swiftly and you've gotta be entertaining.  Yeah, I try to emphasize in my past life with consulting clients, that this is not a storytelling medium, it's a glance medium. You've gotta get your message across really quickly and somehow resonate with them.  Tom Goddard: Yeah, you're dead right.  One of the challenges through the years, particularly in the early years of digital out-of-home was getting acceptance from media planners and buyers, that they would understand the medium, that the level of measurement was good enough to mirror what was happening online and elsewhere, and it wasn't just guesswork about audiences. Is that a hurdle that's now being cleared?  Tom Goddard: Yeah, very much, and of course the research is very robust now, in terms of the work that digital out-of-home does.  At a broader level, David, we are now in a global media market that's all about screens, and of all the legacy media, out-of-home has converged best with the digital era, and is regarded really as text friends, so I think we now are an integral part of the digital screen world and there's a terrific amount of research to back that up. We recently spent a year updating and distributing the audience measurement guidelines, because it didn't include digital in the previous version, and it now fully includes the digital part of our medium, so we're well covered there.  Is it possible to have global standards or is there just too many differences region to region or even country by country? Tom Goddard: No, it absolutely is possible to have global standards, and that document, which is a 100+ page document put together by Neil Eddleston and Gideon Adey, two of the accepted global gurus on audience measurement, that has received tremendous endorsement from organizations who are all consulted in the process.  You can have a model that fits most markets that is adjustable for the physical state of the local market and the level of maturity in that market. But yes, the important thing is to try and have an accepted level of research across all the markets so that the CMOs are talking the same language when they're buying out-of-home. I know you're not a hardcore technology guy, but I have to ask about LED just from the lens of LED has opened up the opportunity to get beyond standardized billboard shapes and standardized kinds of locations, so you're now seeing the sides of entire buildings, including the Burj in Dubai being lined with LE  lighting that at a great distance can look like an ad. Are we heading to a time where it's going to be like a few of the movies out there, like Children of Men or Blade Runner, where there are billboards on the sides of buildings and blimps and everything else?  Tom Goddard: I think we're there now, David, certainly in China. If you go to Shanghai, it will blow your mind, and what's great is that there was a time when out-of-home media owners didn't have the greatest relationship with municipalities in cities, but cities now and out-of-home media owners are working collaboratively to integrate great digital treatments in the fabric of the cities and to connect with the smart city technology. I think most mayors in the world now would regard large format, digital media and small format, on street furniture units to make a statement that this is a progressive city, this is a city that's moving fast in the digital age, so I think we're there. I think you can do nonstandard formats, particularly on super premium, as we see, and even now, we see some incredible treatments, with groups of drones being brought in for special occasions, so digital out-of-home is really, as I said, of all the legacy media, it has embraced technology best, and I think is really well equipped. Because when we started this organization, when our forebears started this organization, it was for the same reason which was to drive sector growth. But then, the big tech guys came in with television and later color television and now out-of-home is competing against the tech giants that are preeminent in digital marketing and in digital media.  So we have to move along with that, and that's what we're doing, and this is why digital out-of-home is the second fastest growth medium in all of media .  Is it part of your organization's charge to demystify or simplify some of the enabling technology, because I'm somebody who's been involved in the industry at various levels for more than 20 years and I struggle mightily to understand everything going on with programmatic, and if I'm having trouble, I suspect a lot of other people are.  Tom Goddard: Yeah, you're dead right. I've been banging on about this at various conferences. I think what we have is that programmatic is really simply computer-to-computer trading between SSPs (supply side platforms) and DSPs (demand side platforms) and it's gotten a bit complicated in out-of-home because we've added multiple layers on top of that, such as data stacks, real-time bidding capability, dynamic content, etc, and all these additions are meant to enhance the process and make it even more targeted and precise, but you're right, they also increase the complexity as well.  We often have programmatic panels at our conferences and I appeal to the panelists to speak English and stop talking in all their tech language and we are getting better, but I would have to admit, David, I think it's unnecessarily complicated, or we make it unnecessary complicated, and certainly that's something we need to work on. Yeah, I wonder if some of it simply has to do with all the different vendors, almost inventing terms so that they can differentiate themselves from a bunch of other companies that are doing roughly the same thing?  Tom Goddard: Yes,. I think this gets back to my overriding point: our real competitors are not the other outdoor companies, our real competitor is at sector-level. So the more standards we have, the less complicated it is for media planners and CMOs to look at the medium and buy the medium, the faster the sector will grow.  You and I are absolutely aligned on that, and it's something that we work on constantly.  In terms of the overall organization, if you had to identify what your main sort of challenge or thing that you wanna accomplish in the next couple of years, what would that be? Tom Goddard: Yeah, fortunately, David, in out-of-home, there are way more opportunities than challenges at the moment, but the ones that are in my mind that need more attention are audience measurement and sustainability. We still have huge deserts, huge markets, and regions around the world that either lack or have suboptimal audience measurement systems, such as China, India, Southeast Asia, Latin America, and again, getting back to my point that if we can all get up to speed in terms of industry standard and languages, you know, I was down at the WFA, the world Federation of Advertisers Congress in Athens a couple of months ago, and listening to the brilliant CMOs talking on the platform there, and they look at things globally and they move around a lot, so it's very important for us to get all those markets that don't have audience measured, and we're introducing ourselves an initiative following our 100+ page guideline book called “Measure the World” to encourage those markets, to put the investment in through their national associations. And then of course, the second thing is sustainability, which is a big challenge for every company and every citizen.  Yes, and I guess the other one that is steadily coming up is security and network security and locking down your billboards and your digital posters.  Tom Goddard: How do you mean?  In terms of not getting hacked! Tom Goddard: To be honest with you, David, it's a very rare occurrence, but it does get a lot of publicity when it happens and it's usually from a novelty point of view. I saw something a couple of days ago that was rather amusing, but it's very rare and our security levels are very high and that's why it's very rare. So I don't see that as an issue.  Yeah, I think the mainstream media companies certainly understand it. It's the smaller kind of entrepreneurial operators who are trying to cut corners and then they discover, “oh, we shouldn't have cut that corner.”  Tom Goddard: That's right.  So if I'm an organization that is listening to this and thinking, I wanna know more, I perhaps want to join the World Out of Home Organization. How do they find you?  Tom Goddard: As I said, the World Out of Home Organization is a not-for-profit organization. Our board of directors, which is like a who's who from the out-of-home media owners association, all give their time voluntarily to the organization. Its only function is to improve and promote out-of-home globally, and to drive sector growth.  The membership fees are pretty nominal and the value that you get from the association makes it a no brainer. So you just log on to our website and there's a place there where you fill out the application form and join, and we are enjoying a very steady growth of new members at the moment. But it's not just about getting membership fees to cover the basic cost of running the organization, it's about learning and sharing, and everybody, as I said in Toronto, at the Congress, whether you are big or small and you have a story to tell, we do a weekly newsletter and everybody has a chance to tell their story in that. So from my point of view, but of course I would say this anyway, David, it's a no brainer to join the World Out of Home Organization. You are doing only good.  It's worldooh.org, correct?  Tom Goddard: Correct!  All right, that was terrific. Thank you for spending some time with me. Tom Goddard: It was a great pleasure and I hope this nice weather continues, and let's chat again sometime to see how much progress we've made. Absolutely.

Australia in the World
Ep. 100: Foreign Minister Penny Wong

Australia in the World

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 26:43


For the 100th episode of Australia in the World, Allan and Darren welcome Australia's Minister for Foreign Affairs, Senator Penny Wong. Allan begins by asking the Minister “why this job?” given her heavy additional responsibilities, and how she is able to carve out “thinking time” given the non-stop nature of her role. The hosts are thrilled to hear that Senator Wong listens to the podcast, and even listened to recent episode where her own speeches were discussed! Darren raises her Kuala Lumpur speech with a question about the links between Australia's interests and its evolving modern identity. He then harks back to the Senator's first speech to the Australian Parliament, delivered in August 2002, to ask whether compassion – a central theme in that first speech – might play a role in managing some of Australia's most difficult relationships. He then asks what role foreign policy might play in boosting public trust in democratic institutions at home. The conversation turns to DFAT, and how Australia's diplomatic capability can best be augmented given most Commonwealth Government departments have international footprints. Darren cannot resist asking about Senate Estimates hearings, including the balance professional bureaucrats must strike between secrecy and accountability. Allan turns the conversation to agency – a long-running theme of the podcast – to ask whether and how foreign policy outcomes can be different under the new government. Allan also asks about how Australia can balance its regional versus global interests. We thank Annabel Howard for audio editing and Rory Stenning for composing our theme music. We also thank all the previous AIIA interns who have provided essential support to the podcast over the past four years. Allan and Darren also wish to express their heartfelt gratitude to listeners to this podcast. The only reason we reached our 100th episode is because of the encouragement, interest and feedback we have received from an audience that has continued to grow. We found an engaged and informed community of people who share our conviction that Australian foreign policy matters for everything we want to do as a country. We could not be more grateful for your support. Thank you. Relevant links Senator the Hon Penny Wong, First Speech to Parliament, 21 August 2022: https://parlinfo.aph.gov.au/parlInfo/search/display/display.w3p;query=Id%3A%22chamber%2Fhansards%2F2002-08-21%2F0106%22;src1=sm1

Terrores Nocturnos
03X50 El avión desaparecido de Malaysia Airlines 370: Teorías y conspiraciones

Terrores Nocturnos

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 19:15


El vuelo 370 de Malaysia Airlines despegó de Kuala Lumpur a las 00:41 hora local, el 8 de marzo de 2014, estaba programado para aterrizar en Pekín a las 06:30h del mismo día, pero... ¿Y si os decimos que ese avión desapareció, así, sin más? Por supuesto gracias a todos nuestros mecenas ¡Sois los mejores! Camarzana1, José Manuel D. G., Consuelo, Laura D., Ramiro C., Samuel C., Ana C., Clara R., Lara M., Claudia, Xavito B., Laura, Iván De Benito P., Marcos M. V., Naiara G. G., TorpeKun, Míriam Z., Sara S. C., María Jesús B., Eva V., Paloma del Soterraño S. M., Ferran B. L., Fernando F. M., José Antonio M. H., Patri J., Sandra S. C., Antonio A., Sara D., Beatriz G., Mónica M., Maxbiag, Carmen S. S., Raquel., Rocio B., Alejandro L. G., Sebastian Q., Lorena R. T., Nox21, Andréa E., Víctor I., Alba R., Diego G., Raul M. G., Klap K., Miguel Ángel S. G., Julia E. S., Jonathan L. G., Noelia M., Jose C., David G. A., Virginia, Nardo1000, Diego C. A., Mayte S.M., Cynthia, Homero R. D. C., Desirée G. A., Miguel Ángel S., Andres C., Antonio S. M., Vero, Ana, Yaiza M. G., Piteas De Adunte, Manuel Jesús F. V., Ian T. A., Felix R. G., David Z., Jaime A. B., Natalia E. N., Pep V., Alejandro, Adrián A. C., Vicco S., Nico, Beatriz S., Juan Carlos V. P., Carla, Manuel G. C., Adrian, Ángel M. CRC., Moreyba S., Inés B. P., Patricia, Maciej Adrián R. A., Borja O. D. U., Pedro O. A., Daniela G., Blegoner P., Antonino D. M., Belén L. M., Andrea D., Robert, Marta G., Nonina, Cuervo Aqua, Tamara, Sara P., Alvaro M., María R. M., Maite Y., Raquel N., Jorge, Hellnukk, Iris, Miriam S. G., David G. A., Vanesa, Rut, Claudia A., Maria Merino P. D. R., Merce A., Sergio N., Maria Ignacia V., Laura S., Ezequiel Y., HumaDracobane, M Moar, Alvaro S. C., Andrea S. D., Aleix C., Regina G. M., Alejandra A., Alba, Erika T., Sandra A. L., Dahmm22, Guardi C. G., Alejandro F. P., Elena, Clara, Wizard rx-7, Julia Salomon, Angel, Lionmind, Broke S., Thehob, Natanael C. S., Judith P. C., José A., David, Barbara P. J., Laura R., Patricia O. P., Arianna T. M., Juan L., Ana, Mariana D., Carlos Javier V. B., Sofía, Oscar Mata G. D. C., Marta B., Javier A. S., José Luis H. M., Chris, Ramiro, Victor N., Micaela, Joan Marc P. S., Javier M. P., Mafdet23, Nina S., Yara, Patricia L. C., Laura N., Carmen, Bea T., Javier C., Marino Adolfo B. A., Dg, Bea G., Jorge H., Ismael G., Paula S., Nicole N., Rebeca P., Ana B., AlvaroArteaga27, Alexander J. G., Adrián G., Kumagoro 93, Carlos E., Sara C.Labrada, Jose Angel C. L., Sheila G., Francisca C. V., SYNL, Beto L. O., Luis M., Lucia G., Marcela V., Joey B., Mireia S., T. Kuznetsov, Patricia C. R., Rubén G., Vikki V., María Cecilia C. V., Srtanognog. ¿Quieres contactar con nosotros? Tiktok: @terroresnocturnos.trn Twitter: @TerroresN Instagram: @terroresnocturnos_trn Instagram Emma Entrena: @emma.e_trn Instagram Silvia Ortiz: @sil_trn Instagram David Fernández Marcos: @davidfm55 Instagram The Gray: @thegray.art Facebook: Terrores Nocturnos Correo: terroresnocturnosradio@gmail.com Realizado por David Fernández Marcos Presentado por Emma Entrena y Silvia Ortiz Ilustración de TheGray.art --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/terroresnocturnos/message