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Isto Não É - PodCast
LUIZ SHANGÔ - MEDICINAS DA FLORESTA, ESPIRITUALIDADE, HIPNOSE E MAIS - Isto Não É #227

Isto Não É - PodCast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 183:55


INSCREVA-SE NO NOSSO CANAL, NÃO CUSTA NADA E AJUDA MUITO!

R, D and the In-betweens
Decolonising Research Series: Culture Across Borders

R, D and the In-betweens

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 15:35


This series of podcast episodes will focus on Decolonising Research, and feature talks from the Decolonising Research Festival held at the University of Exeter in June and July 2022. The fifth epsiode of the series will feature Pankhuri Singh from the University of Exeter and her talk 'Culture across borders'.   Music credit: Happy Boy Theme Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/   Transcription 00:09 Hello, and welcome to rd in the in betweens. I'm your host Kelly Preece. And every fortnight I talk to a different guest about researchers development, and everything in between.   00:32 And today I'll be talking about cultural cross borders. Hello, everyone. My name is Pankaj Singh. I'm a second year PhD student in the Department of English and film studies. Now, what exactly is decolonization? decolonization is the process in which a country that was formerly a colony that was colonized by imperialism or by a par, they they go away and they make that country independent and they lose the stop controlling that country and that country becomes independent internal, this is the process of decolonization. Now, India became independent from the British Empire on the 15th of August 1947. Do it became a republic, it decided to be a part of the Commonwealth of Nations. Hence, it did not severe away all the ties from the British Empire by being part of the Commonwealth nations it accepted the honorary monarchy being being a part of the Indian constitution and in I'm sorry, not the Indian constitution, but of the Indian public in in, in the general terms, not talking a little bit about what the history of India and the UK share is, trade was established between two ringland and Mughal India in the 1600s. When elicited when Elizabeth to one granted the newly formed in East India Company Royal Charter by sending precious gifts to the Mughal court, Emperor of Akbar the trend following the Indian rebellion of 1857. When Indian sepoys rebelled against the British officers, the East India Company was dissolved. The assets of the British East India Company was so huge that the British government decided to step in, and after a series of military encounters established British dominion over India. Later, the English sought to consolidate their political control by taking responsibility to improve the lot of the masses by imparting modern Western education. They took over on themselves which is dubbed as the White Man's Burden, they took over that responsibility of making the Indian masses of socially religiously, morally economically, better human beings. A part of this being Lord Macaulay is minute on Indian education, which came out in the 18 clitic farm. He wanted to establish a class of persons Indian and blood and color, but English and taste, opinion, morals and intellect. According to him, these people would act as intermediaries between the British rulers and the masses that they were to. Indians, however, welcome this decision with open arms. They had their own perceived notions that this charter this minute would help them it was not just the freedom fighters, but also the social reformers who saw the benefits of this plan and how it would work in their own favor. reformers like Raja Ram and Ravi and others crap the opportunity to do away with the dogmatic and Orthodox religious rights, when they realized that is new scientific approach would be important to the Indian education and they would realize that these religions rights were dogmatic and not really something that should be followed. Similarly, the freedom fighters to grab this opportunity and part of collaborating with each other, from different parts of the country to to   04:39 to move forward the nationalist independence movement. Now why was that? It was because India was and still continues to be multilingual. It has 22 languages recognized in the HTML of the Indian constitution, and when Broadmoor collies minute came into being ink, then English became the lingua franca and freedom writers from across regions could actually connect and plans that would work for the very downfall of the British Empire that that brought home that had brought this English language into the country. While all of this was going on in the political front, in the literary front, Shakespeare as a playwright began to gain popularity he's his stories of creed, part, revenge and jealousy, the times and the new no borders. Even after independence, Indians continued to like his filmmakers took an opportunity to make films that were based on Shakespeare's plots. And they thought that his plots were timeless and they could actually adapt to them to the Indian culture. This brings me to my research topic, which is how paraglide trans culturally adapted to Elizabeth and drama to the Indian setting. Today, I will be talking about how the Elizabethan drama written by William Shakespeare in 16 104 that is Othello gets adapted into Ankara, which was a film that released in the year 2006. Cannot be bounded by geographical borders, the emotions of discontentment, jealousy, insecurity, are felt by all residing in any part of the world. Ha replied to spank on the Shakespearean play, and takes pride in being associated with the writer who wrote for the teaching, which ruled his country for centuries. The filmmaker however, does not blindly transform the Elizabethton play of Shakespeare into a film. Rather he adds the elements of Indian Ness in it, which makes the adaptation a unique process he adds in Hindu mythic elements and other features that are exclusive to India. The chief point of the play will tell you is that Otello belongs to a different race than Desdemona, the counterpart the female counterpart. This gets trans culturally adapted in the Indian setting, but how to judge many banks on the emotion of jealousy and insecurity. He bases his film on the very inhibition, which also happens to be a very famous Hindi dialogue in the Bollywood cinema, that a girl and a boy can never be just friends. This inhibition was the root cause for Omkara jealousy and the belief that dolly Desdemona might have cheated on him with case that is Casio. While in the play, Iago makes Roger equal believe that Desdemona loves Casio, he says that they have the same appearance and that will tell you is stop that bringing in the disparity of talent between the levels. In the film this gets adapted when dolly and que su are seeing together and they seem compatible, because they share the same educational background. The the, the issue of caste, the issue of column, never find the mention it is because they will educate together that they become compatible, thereby making Ankara jealous and insecure, that he is approved, and therefore, he is not as in par with the case who as he would have been had he been Western or modern educated. The second method of adapting the play is when Bhardwaj reimagined the character of into the Indian counterpart for Amelia, making her vengeful at Carly, who kills her husband Lambert yaki, the Iago figure for the misdeeds he had done. Thus, Bhardwaj birdwatcher takes a significant departure from the text, because while in the play immediate dies at the hands of Thiago and that is how we see that that's how Amelia is not really able to stand up for Desdemona. Into however, becomes the avenging mother who dresses the wrongs done to her.   09:41 Not only her but also broadly, who she thinks to be her younger sister, or her child. The name into means moon and according to the Hindu mythology, the moon protects the inhabitants of the earth in in the night from the evil forces that look in the dark similarly, in the two dresses the drums metadata and Dolly balandra and the scenes take place in the light rail into as a protector of the good forces fight against the evil forces, which here are represented in Lanre and defeats him. You even though Indu is not the female protagonist here, her position in the development of the plot is of significant value. In the film, Iago is called Long long meaning lane, which attributes to another mythological figure, Shang. Shang is a planet that, according to the Hindu mythology, is a slow moving planet that revolves around the sun, and is associated with black collar and walks with a limp. This mythical trigger is associated with bad luck. And that's the drawing influence of lambda in Ankara. Light can be equated to the beginning of Ankara has done for since Shani said to be the God of karma or one's actions, it can be concluded that Ankara is himself involved in his own downfall. As he is unable to see the truth and false through the deceitful plans of flora. Shani is also associated with black color as a tall talked about he walks he can be seen in the film, in the form of long long walks in with a limb in the dark alleys. He is always shot in dim light, and he adds to the mystery which brings about a kind of mystical persona that holds some secrets within his heart, and that alludes to the dark intentions that he has. My argument is that while Iago becomes the green eyed monster in Othello, longer becomes the demonic figure associated with evil and dark horses, and black is the color associated with him. pilotage also seems to have borrowed from Rahman, when adapting Otello to the Indian context, as the basic fact remains that both in the epic so in the plane or in the film, where the main character are misled to distress the loyalty of their respective rights, just as in Roman law drum believes the words of a washer man and things got a Sita was not loyal to him. So does in the film, Ankara believe two words a camera and considers the dolly is having an illicit affair with case behind his back. The words of Brandon Turner who is destined Mona's father pelo. Look, look at have more if thou have eyes to see, she has deceived her father and me she did get an Indian adaptation to the word three archery three, three archery three is a term that is mentioned in MGS. Murthy, which is a religious, religious Hindu text. It refers to the mysterious character of women, which is translated or real translation stands as nobody knows about the character or tendency of a woman.   13:21 It is thus, a critical evaluation of how Shakespeare's plays were translocated and adapted into the Indian setting, along with aiming, rethinking and repositioning Shakespeare in 21st century intends cinematic setting, acting as a cultural bridge, joining the culture of two different countries to get this fighting with the past and thinking that things were different, and they would have been better if they were different. It is better if we see a future that knows no boundaries, and that where where we share and serving and a future where we share the same legacy and making a new history there, all of our cultures collaborate. My larger argument does is if we as New Age, researchers are able to strike a balance between the methods and means by which the old Pinocchio texts are read and analyzed. And that connection is established between the colonizing power not seeing it as a curse, but rather seen is at seeing it as a means of new forms of connection, a call a new area of decolonizing research will develop it will see literature as belonging to all it does not restrict it by borders or by geopolitics, or where the nations or the nationality of the author lies, but rather assimilating and making literature and music accessible to all.   15:03 And that's it for this episode. Don't forget to like, rate and subscribe. And join me next time where I'll be talking to somebody else about researchers development and everything in between.

Red Pill Revolution
Mitchell Gerber: China's Crimes Against Humanity & Prisoners of Conscious

Red Pill Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 79:35


In this week's episode, we have a discussion with Mitchell Gerber, an investigative journalist who has dedicated 22 years to exposing crimes against humanity happening in China. With a resilient character and a determined mind, he has been working hard on the frontline of a significant cause, which has been coined a “New form of evil.” Mitchell has been traveling the world in a crucial attempt to raise awareness about the crimes currently occurring against certain religious groups resulting in horrific acts of violence by the country's own government.  Resources:   https://faluninfo.net/     http://faluninfo.net/why-persecution/      http://www.stoporganharvesting.org/     https://endtransplantabuse.org/     https://chinatribunal.com/   Subscribe and leave a 5-star review! ----more---- Our website https://redpillrevolution.co/    Protect your family and support the Red Pill Revolution Podcast with Affordable Life Insurance. This is attached to my license and not a third-party ad!   Go to https://agents.ethoslife.com/invite/3504a now!   Currently available in AZ, MI, MO, LA, NC, OH, IN, TN, WV Email austin@redpillrevolution.co if you would like to sign up in a different state   Leave a donation, sign up for our weekly podcast companion newsletter, and follow along with all things Red Pill Revolution by going to our website: https://redpillrevolution.co    ----more----   Full Transcription     

Anime Re:Wind
Pinako Come Back | FMA 27 - 37

Anime Re:Wind

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 71:42


New Greed, new me. Shang laments the passing of young Pinako in this episode of Anime Re:Wind while Loofie and Mist discuss the exciting reveals related to Hohenheim. Join our hosts as they attempt to unpack a load set of episodes!

Blowing Smoke with Twisted Rico
168. Chuck Ferreira - Eddie Japan, Greg Hawkes, Shang Hi Los, Lonely Leesa And The Lost Cowboys...

Blowing Smoke with Twisted Rico

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 56:01


As you may or may not know, we love drummers on this podcast, so it was not a hard choice bringing the versatile and extremely busy Chuck Ferreira on the show. Chuck or "Charles The Drummer" as many refer to him as, can play all styles and has proved that with his work with Greg Hawkes of The Cars, Eddie Japan, Boston all-stars The Shang Hi Los, Lonely Leesa And The Lost Cowboys, Aloud and the list goes on and on. We had a great talk about drums and rock n roll. The host also shares his love for a couple of series that flopped "Vinyl" and Roadies" in the intro.....the beat goes on. Music The Charms "So Pretty"(theme song) Lonely Leesa and The Lost Cowboys "The Reckoning Is Here" The Shang Hi Los "Funeral Home Mint" Interview recorded on zoom, with additional edits and recording down by the host. This episode was sponsored by Baby Loves Tacos(Pittsburgh PA) and Spectacle(Boston MA) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blowingsmoketr/support

Había una vez...Un cuento, un mito y una leyenda

Había una vez un emperador chino que era parte de la dinastía Shang llamado zhou que vivía en el año 1045 antes de cristo.  Este emperador venía de una larga tradición de emperadores de la misma dinastía desde el año 1600 antes de cristo.  El emperador había sido un hombre educado en las costumbres más tradicionales y austeras de la dinastía. Si bien era el emperador su palacio no era muy majestuoso y sus vestimentas era sencillas.  El emperador tenía un único placer, encontrar elementos que no fueran comunes y que de alguna manera representan un estilo propio. Un día a la corte llegó un cazador que había viajado al África y había cazado un elefante de colmillos de marfil rosado. Este marfil era único en su color y era considerado el más valioso del mundo. Como el cazador era un admirador del emperador Zhou, decidió recorrer el trayecto desde el África profunda hasta el este del rio amarillo, donde el emperador tenía su reino.  Al llegar el emperador quedó asombrado por la belleza del marfil que le traían y encantado por este decidió que el tenía que poseer el marfil. Y llamando a su ministro de finanzas le ordenó recoger el dinero necesario para comprar estos y después de una gran esfuerzo económico los marfiles fueron adquiridos.  El emperador habiendo comprado el marfil ordeno que este se utilizara para fabricar palillos para comer. Su  tío y consejero, el príncipe Ki, cuando oyó la orden se retiro inmediatamente y se reunió con otros consejeros. Inmediatamente les dijo que se venían tiempos difíciles y que el fin de la dinastía se acercaba. Los otros consejeros extrañados por el comentario, le preguntaron porque pronosticaba un fina de la dinastía.  A lo que el príncipe Ki. Contesto.  Los palillos de marfil  no pueden ser utilizados en los tazones y platos de barro que el emperador utiliza y por eso con el tiempo el emperador va a pedir a los artesanos la fabricación de platos más sofisticados y costosos. El emperador le ordenara a sus súbditos que le traigan materiales exóticos como cuernos de rinocerontes o piedras de jade para poder utilizar los palillos de marfil con utensilios que le hagan honor a la calidad de los palillos.  El costo de dichos materiales creará una deuda mayor en la economía del imperio, pero una vez se tengan los utensilios el emperador sentirá que dichos tazones y platos deben ser dignos de manjares igualmente especiales y en vez de comer los cereales y legumbres que hasta el día de hoy come, pedirá que le traigan alimentos igualmente exóticos de regiones más allá del imperio y seguramente enviará comisiones especiales a encontrar y traer, a costo exorbitante productos como colas de elefantes, estómagos de tigre, o cabezas de simios. Todos ellos alimentos que no conocemos y que deberán ser obtenidos para satisfacer el deseo del emperador. Cuando el emperador haya cumplido con sus deseos alimenticios, sentirá que sus vestimentas no son dignas de un ser tan especial y en vez de utilizar las prendas que ahora utiliza mandara comisiones a traer de otros lugare prendas de belleza inimaginable pero de precio igualmente alto.  Luego sentirá que su vivienda es demasiado modesta para su forma de vestir y comer y deseara que los arquitectos le construyan un castillo mejor y más lujoso. Mandara comisiones al extranjero para traer materiales de construcción exóticas que le permita construir y adornar sus aposentos con gran lujo. Todo esto deberá ser pagado con las arcas de los impuestos que los súbditos pagan. Y como los habitantes del  reino no tiene la riqueza requerida para pagar por todos estos lujos, deberá aumentar el número de guardias para que estos a su vez vayan a las casas de los súbditos y les hagan pagar mayores impuestos y muchos de los habitantes, no tendrán con&nbs

Badass Basic Bitch
The Connection Between Mental Health and Financial Wealth with Frugal Millionaire, Shang Saavedra

Badass Basic Bitch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 44:07


Shang reached the ability to be work optional at the age of 31 through frugal living and investing in the stock market. These days, she educates thousands of Americans via Save My Cents to learn how to save and invest so that they can retire with dignity, while also making sure that mental health is built into the conversation about money. In particular, Shang has a passion for encouraging women to break free of the historical narrative around money and see themselves as genuine investors with the capability to change their money future. Shang holds degrees from Harvard and University of Chicago, and is currently a working mom living in New York City with her husband, son, a son on the way, and two boy cats. On this week's episode we hear all about Shang's personal financial journey, talk through the relationship between mental health and financial wealth, and discuss ways to build healthy financial habits and prepare for the future.Shang's Instagram: @savemycentsShang's Website: savemycents.com

The Toxpod
5 in 30 (Semi-liquid membranes, Kamini balls and mythical creatures)

The Toxpod

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 33:57 Very Popular


We look at 5 recent publications in the field of toxicology.Huen-Yin Tang M, et al.  Ropinirole metabolite mimics a new psychoactive substance (4-HO-MET) in LC-MS/MS. (2022) Forensic Science International, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.forsciint.2021.111151.Shang, Q. et al.  Multi-extraction system with identical supported semi-liquid membrane: Enhanced stability for coextraction of acidic and basic drugs. (2022) Talanta,  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.talanta.2022.123485.Khan, T.  Kamini, a little recognised source of illicit opioid: A case series of 12 patients. (2022) Drug and Alcohol Review,  DOI: 10.1111/dar.13475. Trigg, S.  The alprazolam analogue 4'-chloro deschloroalprazolam identified in seized capsules. (2022) Drug Testing and Analysis, DOI: 10.1002/dta.3325. Brooks-Lim, E.  Fatal ingestion of Taxus baccata: English yew. (2022) Journal of Forensic Sciences,  DOI: 10.1111/1556-4029.14941.Contact us at toxpod@tiaft.orgFind out more about TIAFT at www.tiaft.orgThe Toxpod is a production of The International Association of Forensic Toxicologists. The opinions expressed by the hosts are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of TIAFT.

The Pat Walsh Show
The Pat Walsh Show aug 17th Hr 1

The Pat Walsh Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 35:09


Pat and Kitty talk about music and the seasons, Baby Boomer Recognition Day, Summer songs, Shang a Lang plus your calls!

AUSTIN FILM FESTIVAL'S ON STORY PODCAST
Writing Shang-Chi with Dave Callaham

AUSTIN FILM FESTIVAL'S ON STORY PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 32:53


Hey podcast listeners, I'm Barbara Morgan and you're listening to Austin Film Festival's On Story Podcast. This week on On Story we're joined by Shang-Chi and Wonder Woman 1984 writer Dave Callaham for a conversation on writing blockbusters intertwined with personal experiences. Dave Callaham is a screenwriter and producer. He co-wrote the screenplay for the highly praised Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, a superhero film adapted from the Marvel comic series, and Wonder Woman 1984, a superhero film based on the DC Comics character. Callaham attended the Austin Film Festival in 2021. Shang-Chi tells the story of a martial arts master who is forced to revisit his past when he is confronted by members of a secret organization called the Ten Rings. A mix of action, adventure, and fantasy, Shang-Chi was not only an outstanding commercial success, but also a huge breakthrough in cinema as it marked Marvel's first film with an Asian lead, director, and predominantly Asian cast. Moderator Casey Baron sat down with Dave Callaham for a panel about his work at the Austin Film Festival. Clips of Shang-chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings courtesy of Marvel Film Studios. Clips of Doom courtesy of Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.

Golf Shot Radio
Oferta millonaria a Tiger, el retiro de Shan Shang Feng y nuevo capitán de la Ryder Cup

Golf Shot Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 48:48


En el programa de esta semana hablamos de la última etapa de LIV, las victorias en semanas consecutivas de Tony Finau, la previa del Women's Open, el nuevo capitán del equipo europeo en la Ryder Cup, la propuesta multimillonaria para Tiger de parte de los Saudis y el legado de Feng.

School Me
Representation matters with author Wendy Shang

School Me

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 29:10


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Ancient History Encyclopedia

Shang Dynasty written by Emily Mark and narrated by Ethan Hu https://www.worldhistory.org/Shang_Dynasty/ The Shang Dynasty (c. 1600-1046 BCE) was the second dynasty of China, which succeeded the Xia Dynasty (c. 2700-1600 BCE) after the overthrow of the Xia tyrant Jie by the Shang leader, Tang. Since many historians question whether the Xia Dynasty really existed, the Shang Dynasty may have actually been the first in China and the origin of Chinese culture. If you like our audio articles, please support us by becoming a member or donating to our non-profit company: - www.worldhistory.org/membership/ - www.worldhistory.org/donate/ - www.worldhistory.org/patreon/ - www.worldhistory.store/ MUSIC USED "Nomadic Sunset" and "Aquatic City Vanished" from www.FreePD.com

Penley Perspective
Episode #33- Yunnan (Dali, Lijiang, Shang-la)

Penley Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 22:50


Part 3 of summer travel

Eight One Sixty w/ Chris Haghirian
New Music - Tuesday, July 12

Eight One Sixty w/ Chris Haghirian

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 57:09


We continue to celebrate new music from KC musicians. This week we hear 11 new songs, some from old friends and some from musicians we just discovered last week! Hear from some of our old friends and favorites like Emmaline Twist, Carswell & Hope, Kat King, Lava Dreams, Jake Wells, and J. Taylor. Then new stuff from these folks that we don't know too much about, Amy Ward, ZAVA, Rougher All Stars, My Escape, Shang, and Pineapple Wine.

TIFFANY & YU
045: If Your Wallet Could Talk (1/3) ft. Shang Saavedra of Save My Cents

TIFFANY & YU

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 33:53


If Your Wallet Could Talk is a three-episode podcast series that was created at the LA Ossa Production Camp in March 2021. Podcast team: JoJo Evonlah, Brenda Hernández, Quinn Greenhaus, Saranne Rothberg, Tiffany Yu Guest: Shang Saavedra, personal finance educator, Save My Cents Shang reached the ability to be work optional by the time she was aged 31, by focusing on increasing her income, lowering her expenses, and investing all her savings. During the day, Shang is a corporate working mother, and at night, Shang creates content around investing, personal finance, and mindset, on her blog savemycents.com and Instagram @savemycents. She has a heart for teaching Americans how to retire with dignity, with a focus on mental health, behavioral psychology, and an attitude of doing things scared. She lives with her husband, child, and two cats. Instagram: http://instagram.com/savemycents Website: http://savemycents.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/imtiffanyyu/message

Book Club for Kids
A Conversation with Madelyn Rosenberg and Wendy Wan-Long Shang

Book Club for Kids

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 9:45


How do you find a writing partner? And once found one, what's the best way to write a book together? Co-authors Madelyn Rosenberg and Wendy Wan-Long Shang share secrets about their working relationship with host Kitty Felde.

ArchaeoAnimals
Where in the World? Part Four: The Zooarchaeology of Asia - Ep 48

ArchaeoAnimals

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 52:08


Welcome to episode three of a miniseries focusing on the zooarchaeology of various world regions. This episode is centred around Asian zooarchaeology, focusing on the natural history and anatomy of the most prominent wild and domesticated species found throughout the continent. Tune in to learn how pandas were mistaken for tapirs, grunting oxen and oracle bones. Interested in sponsoring this show or podcast ads for your business? Zencastr makes it really easy! Click this message for more info. Start your own podcast with Zencastr and get 30% off your first three months with code ANIMALS. Click this message for more information. Transcripts For rough transcripts go to https://www.archpodnet.com/animals/48 Links Ameri, M. (2018). Letting the Pictures Speak: An Image-Based Approach to the Mythological and Narrative Imagery of the Harappan World. Seals and Sealing in the Ancient World: Case Studies from the Near East, Egypt, the Aegean, and South Asia, 144. Bose, S. (2020). Mega Mammals in Ancient India: Rhinos, Tigers, and Elephants. Oxford University Press. d'Alpoim Guedes, J., & Aldenderfer, M. (2020). The archaeology of the Early Tibetan Plateau: New research on the initial peopling through the Early Bronze Age. Journal of Archaeological Research, 28(3), 339-392. Harper, D. (2013). The cultural history of the giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) in early China. Early China, 35(36), 2012-13. Kumar, S., Ali, M., & Khoso, P. A. (2020). Emergence and Decline of the Indus Valley Civilization in Pakistan. Global Sociological Review, 2, 9-22. Liu, K. et al. (2021). Radiocarbon dating of oracle bones of late Shang period in ancient China. Radiocarbon, 63(1), 155-175. Liu, Y. C. et al. (2018). Genome-wide evolutionary analysis of natural history and adaptation in the world's tigers. Current Biology, 28(23), 3840-3849. Mohamad, K. et al. (2009). On the origin of Indonesian cattle. PLoS One, 4(5), e5490. Uzzaman, M. R. et al. (2014). Semi-domesticated and Irreplaceable genetic resource gayal (Bos frontalis) needs effective genetic conservation in Bangladesh: a review. Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences, 27(9), 1368. Yang, D.Y. et al. (2008). Wild or domesticated: DNA analysis of ancient water buffalo remains from north China. Journal of Archaeological Science, 35(10), pp.2778-2785. http://trowelblazers.com/zheng-zhenxiang/ Contact Alex FitzpatrickTwitter: @archaeologyfitz Simona FalangaTwitter: @CrazyBoneLady Alex's Blog: Animal Archaeology Music "Coconut - (dyalla remix)" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2UiKoouqaY Affiliates Wildnote TeePublic Timeular Motion

Anime Re:Wind
Clap! Clap! | FMA:B 1 - 13

Anime Re:Wind

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 76:23


What would alchemy be like in the 21st century? Apparently a little bit like Amazon Prime 2-Day Delivery. Shang, Mist and Loofie discuss their impressions and broken feelings after watching the first thirteen episodes. Also, for some reason, Loofie attempts to create another alternative timeline for the FMA boys. There's a lot of plot to discuss, so buckle up for another episode of Anime Re:Wind! This podcast episode recaps Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood 1 - 13.

The Archaeology Podcast Network Feed
Where in the World? Part Four: The Zooarchaeology of Asia - Animals 48

The Archaeology Podcast Network Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 58:23


Welcome to episode three of a miniseries focusing on the zooarchaeology of various world regions. This episode is centred around Asian zooarchaeology, focusing on the natural history and anatomy of the most prominent wild and domesticated species found throughout the continent. Tune in to learn how pandas were mistaken for tapirs, grunting oxen and oracle bones. Interested in sponsoring this show or podcast ads for your business? Zencastr makes it really easy! Click this message for more info. Start your own podcast with Zencastr and get 30% off your first three months with code ANIMALS. Click this message for more information. Transcripts For rough transcripts of this episode go to https://www.archpodnet.com/animals/48 Links Ameri, M. (2018). Letting the Pictures Speak: An Image-Based Approach to the Mythological and Narrative Imagery of the Harappan World. Seals and Sealing in the Ancient World: Case Studies from the Near East, Egypt, the Aegean, and South Asia, 144. Bose, S. (2020). Mega Mammals in Ancient India: Rhinos, Tigers, and Elephants. Oxford University Press. d'Alpoim Guedes, J., & Aldenderfer, M. (2020). The archaeology of the Early Tibetan Plateau: New research on the initial peopling through the Early Bronze Age. Journal of Archaeological Research, 28(3), 339-392. Harper, D. (2013). The cultural history of the giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) in early China. Early China, 35(36), 2012-13. Kumar, S., Ali, M., & Khoso, P. A. (2020). Emergence and Decline of the Indus Valley Civilization in Pakistan. Global Sociological Review, 2, 9-22. Liu, K. et al. (2021). Radiocarbon dating of oracle bones of late Shang period in ancient China. Radiocarbon, 63(1), 155-175. Liu, Y. C. et al. (2018). Genome-wide evolutionary analysis of natural history and adaptation in the world's tigers. Current Biology, 28(23), 3840-3849. Mohamad, K. et al. (2009). On the origin of Indonesian cattle. PLoS One, 4(5), e5490. Uzzaman, M. R. et al. (2014). Semi-domesticated and Irreplaceable genetic resource gayal (Bos frontalis) needs effective genetic conservation in Bangladesh: a review. Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences, 27(9), 1368. Yang, D.Y. et al. (2008). Wild or domesticated: DNA analysis of ancient water buffalo remains from north China. Journal of Archaeological Science, 35(10), pp.2778-2785. http://trowelblazers.com/zheng-zhenxiang/ Contact Alex FitzpatrickTwitter: @archaeologyfitz Simona FalangaTwitter: @CrazyBoneLady Alex's Blog: Animal Archaeology Music "Coconut - (dyalla remix)" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2UiKoouqaY Affiliates Wildnote TeePublic Timeular Motion

Kings and Generals: History for our Future
3.4 Fall and Rise of China: The Rebellion of Li Zicheng

Kings and Generals: History for our Future

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Last time we spoke, the death of Nurhaci led to the rise of his grandson Hung Taiji. The Sea King Mao Wenlong was finally caught lying about his military achievements and even secretly negotiating with the Jin. Mao's rival Yuan Chonghuan took little time to get rid of Mao, thus riding himself of the man stealing his limelight. Unfortunately it was not long when Yuan would fall victim to a sneaky ploy of Hung Taiji and was executed under the false pretense that he was a turncoat like Mao. Hung managed to gain some very valuable Ming defectors and upgraded his military with new cannons and naval units. Then Hung proclaimed his people to be the Manchu under a brand new Qing dynasty as he conquered all of Korea. With the Koreans now giving him tribute, he soon turned his gaze towards the Ming, with some new toys in hand.   Welcome to the Fall and Rise of China Podcast, I am your dutiful host Craig Watson. But, before we start I want to also remind you this podcast is only made possible through the efforts of Kings and Generals over at Youtube. Perhaps you want to learn more about the history of Asia? Kings and Generals have an assortment of episodes on world war two and much more  so go give them a look over on Youtube. So please subscribe to Kings and Generals over at Youtube and to continue helping us produce this content please check out www.patreon.com/kingsandgenerals. If you are still hungry for some more history related content, over on my channel, the Pacific War Channel where I cover the history of China and Japan from the 19th century until the end of the Pacific War. This episode is The Rebellion of Li Zicheng In early 1634, one man, Chen Qiyu, was instilled with an incredible amount of power. He was made Supreme commander of Shaanxi, Shanxi, Henan, Huguang and Sichuan. The Ming Court had realized the required authority necessary to coordinate operations against the wandering bandit menace. Droughts, famine, even cannibalism was seen all over, driving peasants to swell the ranks of bandits who soon became rebel armies. So many officials in numerous provinces complained they lacked the resources necessary to feed their troops, distribute relief or quell rebellions. In turn when they would fail, they would be dismissed, leading to a further shortage of competent men to manage the terrible situation. In the area between Shaanxi and Henan, over 200,000 rebels began taking smaller towns and killing local officials. The rebels would routinely attack smaller towns, usually in groups of 10,000 and perform atrocities against officials. They would avoid any open battles with Ming forces, always on the move. Then all the prominent rebel leaders got together for a meeting, which would be a rather dramatic turning point. The overarching leader amongst them was Li Zicheng who would make many key decisions for them all. They decided to divide their forces and strike out simultaneously in all directions. The most successful of these groups would be the Rebel leaders Zhang Xianzhong and Gao Yingxiang who hit Nan Zhili. Enroute to their target, their troops carried around banners declaring themselves followers of the True Primal Dragon Emperor and thus they were identifying themselves as something more than just mere bandits. They marched through Henan on their way into Nan Zhili, looting the town of Fengyang. There they killed over 4000 Ming officials and civilians performing some heinous atrocities, some stating they even ripped fetuses out of pregnant women. They razed everything to the ground and looted the place for days. Once they were done, Gao headed west and Zhang went east to attack Luzhou. Defending Luzhou was commander Wu Dapo who deployed peasants and troops to defend the town. He set up cannons atop walls and stockpiled large logs to be thrown at the rebels. Then as the bandits got close, his forces opened fire killing around a 1000 of them.Yet such local competent commanders were increasingly becoming rare and the Emperor continuously resorted to dispatching eunuchs wherever he could to resolve matters. These eunuchs of course were not military men and many had ulterior motives. The bandits were moving further south freaking out the Ming Court and Emperor. Drastic measures were enforced such as rushing 43,000 troops from other theaters, such as from the northeast where the Qing could strike at any moment. In the wake of the absolute disaster at Fengyang, Hong Chengchou was given the task to crush the rebels within 6 months time and the emperor followed this up by pledging almost 1 million taels worth of supplies for the task. Despite all these major efforts, Hong had far too few troops, too much ground to cover and far little time.    The rebels roamed freely, prompting one official in Henan to state “the villages are bereft of people, white bones fill the wilderness and at night the crying of ghosts can be heard everywhere”. Rice inflation was so high, it is alleged people were buying human flesh of the deceased in markets. The rebel groups were demonstrating more and more tactical awareness. They began burning crops in certain areas to deny food supplies to pursuing Ming forces. Gao Yinxiang besieged Guangzhou with a force of possibly 70,000 and used many heavy cannons. Gao followed this up by attacking Taozhou, dangerously close to the secondary capital of the Ming, Nanjing. His forces would crush a Ming army in Song and Henan before he returned to Shaanxi in 1636. The rebels and Ming officials would go back and forth with countless battles and one Ming official realized the rebellions now needed to be quelled as a first priority. The Minister of War Yang Sichang stated the rebels were a “disease of the heart” and that the capital region must be protected from the spreading poison of the rebels. The frontier war with the Manchu he deemed to be like the arms of a person, not necessary for survival, but the heart was. Yang saw the greatest danger being in Shaanxi, Henan, Huguang and Jiangbei. He thought the empire required a bold new strategy to restore state control of the central plains. Once this was achieved, then they could turn their attention towards the Manchu threat. Yang's plan was to become known as “shi ian zhi wang” the Ten-sided net. Like most grand proposals during this time, it looked amazing on paper and would be a catastrophic failure.   By 1637 the scope of the rebellions had expanded greatly and the center of its activity was shifting from south and east closer to the capital and the agricultural heartland of the Ming dynasty. Thus Yang proscribed the construction of more defenses along the frontier, hoping to bolster everything aside from troops. He wanted to keep around just 50,000 troops outside the Great Wall, thinking it would be a sufficient deterrent against the Manchu. The idea was, if the 50,000 were attacked by Manchu invaders, they could buy enough time for reinforcements to come. In the meantime they could even open up peace talks with the Manchu simply to buy more time for what he really wanted to do, quell the rebellions once and force all. There was quite an uproar in the Ming Court over the idea of opening peace talks with the Manchu, but it would begrudgingly be done. Some others in the court advised opening up trade markets with their Mongol allies to procure horses, hoping to drive a wedge between the Manchu and their Mongol allies. Ming intelligence at the time suggested the Mongolia frontier situation was a hot spot not just between the Ming and Manchu, but also between the Manchu and certain Mongol groups. The idea as stated by one official was “to use barbarians to control barbarians”.   Yang believed given adequate supplies, how many times have I stated that one at this point, given adequate supplies the soldiers could be fed and would fight, and in turn would be able to depend on the populace accordingly. Once the populace felt safe, they would direct their allegiance to the Ming government and be less inclined to join rebel groups. Then with the populace, they could form militias and finally cut off, isolate and stave out the rebel groups. Yang then prescribed punishment and even execution for Ming officials who were derelict in their duties. This was the “ten-sided net” strategy. Yang said Shaanxi, Henan, Huguang and Jiangbei would have 4 lines of defense, each with a pacification commissioner assigned. At Yansui, Shaanxi, Shandong, Jiangnan, Jiangxi and Sichuan would be 6 auxiliary lines of defense, each also assigned pacification commissioners. Those commissioners would be directing both defensive and offensive operations. Through their efforts they would gradually close in around rebel positions until all were trapped, then killed or captured. Defense was the primary function of it all. Once the net closed in on the rebels, the Ming would employ “clearing the fields and strengthening the walls” as a general strategy. Thus with heavily defended cities and no supplies available to them, the rebels would eventually be forced to surrender. 2 supreme commanders, the Zongli and Zongdu would smash the enemy wherever possible, while the rest of the officials would act more locally. The Zongli and Zongdu's troops would be elite troops with better mobility. Yang estimated they would need 10,000 troops in key defensive posts and around 30,000 for each supreme commander. In total they would require 120,000 troops, of which 36,000 would be mounted. Overall, the problem should be resolved in a matter of just 6 months, sure. Now to equip and supply all these troops it was estimated to cost 2.8 million taels. How were they going to pay for all this, taxes taxes taxes. Yang argued they could increase the land tax by about 12 ounces of grain to bring in an extra 1.9 million taels and get another 400,000 via special taxes on surplus lands. 200,000 from postal revenues and the rest perhaps by raising the sales tax a bit. There was a ton of debate in the Court over all this, but Yang got his way. The plan was a go though it certainly had its critics. One major critic against Yang and his plan was Sun Chuanting, the Grand coordinator of Shaanxi. Sun argued countless problems with the ten-sided net plan. First he argued the funds and manpower for it were highly unrealistic “how can the state raise an extra 2.8 million tales when they've already spent more than 1 million taels in extra revenues”. Sun re-iterated this argument asking where the troops would even come from and how the hell would he manage to do all this in just 6 months. Sun also stated the seasons when this would take place were not the same seasons the bandits usually were at large. There was also the issue of terrain, the rebels could still flee to mountains and forests, which large Ming armies would lose them in. Sun said many more troops would actually be required for this plan and those officials appointed needed to not only be competent, but also very knowledgeable at the local levels. Sun characterized the plan to be more of an “empty net strategy”. But like most critics, hell the majority of our politicians today to boot, Sun had no alternative plan. I am sure any of you in the audience can already see one of the largest issues with this plan, that of taxation. The peasants are rebelling because there is no food or funds in their regions, so the plan is to further tax them to stop them from rebelling? This issue did not go unnoticed, the Emperor stated himself “leadership and money needs to come from the gentry, not the masses. Suppressing the bandits requires a big campaign which requires lots of troops. The money can't come from the people, but should come from the treasury, but the treasury is empty”.  Xiong Wencan, a man who gained a reputation for quelling rebels was appointed as one of the supreme commanders, alongside Hong Chengchou. Out in the field, Xiong and Hong managed to achieve many victories against the rebels,  Hong even managed to defeat Li Zicheng, one of the biggest rebel leaders at large. But these victories did not amount to peace for the populace. Many of the pacifications armies would loot and rape as they drove the rebels into the mountains. As is expected, Ming commanders would not venture deep into mountains, fearing rebel ambushes. Ming forces won numerous battles, claiming the lives of thousands of rebels, but were never able to eliminate the enemy entirely from any given region. At one point, the rebel leader Zhang Xianzhong was defeated in battle and had to surrender. This prompted some Ming officials to discuss the idea of using Zhang Xianzhong to kill other rebel leaders. Most officials deemed the idea completely insane and it was soon disregarded. While the discussions were going on  however, Xiong Wencan allegedly gave Zhang 20,000 men to help maintain local order. This eye opening moment prompted Yang Sichang to become more more personally involved in the campaign, not liking how his subordinates were simply doing things on their own and some not even following direct orders. Yang also vowed to the emperor it would all be done by the winter of 1638. Yang then berated field commanders to obey the authority of the Ming officials. Winter of 1638 came with no significant results, and Yang asked the emperor to replace him, but was refused. This prompted Yang to make a list of officials who he deemed deserved punishment for lack of action during the campaign, one of the most notable was Hong Chengchou who seemed to be making no ground. Many officials were punished, except for Hong who the emperor personally liked and protected.    There were many unforeseen problems, such as local officials hiding resources and bribing the tax agents who came looking for funds. Natural disasters plagued China as well. Locust plagues hit and caused more famines in Henan, Suzhou and Shandong forcing more and more peasants to scrounge for food and many Earthquakes hit Sichuan. More and more the strong joined the rebels and the weak starved to death. Yang himself seemed to not even be following the ten-sided net strategy anymore by 1638. Yang began to prioritize certain regions over others, rather than keeping the net closing overall and when the Emperor questioned him, Yang would argue it was too difficult to coordinate the officials. As I mentioned many of the sub commanders and other officials were beginning to not heed orders and it was becoming a noticeable problem. And of course Yang gave the old, lack of troops, lack of supplies speech. All in all, rebels were certainly being killed or captured and many of their leaders were falling, its not like the Ming were not making headway. Yang was even beginning to feel some confidence that the plan was working and proposed grabbing another million taels for the plan and famine relief. Then disaster would strike.   As I previously mentioned, part of the plan was to open up peace talks with the Qing, to bide more time to finish off the rebels. In 1638, the Ming were not looking so good and the Manchu's were coming off multiple war victories making them not too willing to talk about peace. Some in the Ming Court thought they should negotiate making Hung Tiaji a tributary prince, Yang Sichang pushed for this heavily. Yuan Chongzhen held a meeting with many officials over the state of the frontier defenses. They lacked firepower and many competent commanders were busy with the rebels. In the end as a result of the circumstances the Emperor ruled in favor of offering to make Hung Taiji a tributary prince. Meanwhile Qing nobles such as Dorgon, Kong, Geng and Shang began raiding Ming territroy outside the great wall. Then Dorgon had a lucky encounter at a large redoubt near the Great Wall and annihilated the force in it and proceeded across the border and approached the Yellow River. Zu Dashou alerted the capital and demanded relief forces to rush over. The Ming Court debated on what action to take, Yang Sichang advocated for negotiations, while others urged for battle. One commander Lu Xiangsheng argued with Yang “If you discard war but talk of negotiations,you nourish disaster and bring disgrace to the country. Who doesn't know this? What's the point of my receiving the double-edged sword from the emperor if I don't exert myself in battle”. Yang's rebuttal to this was to sneakily transfer troops from Lu Xiangsheng to another commander named Gao Qiqian, leaving Lu with only 20,000 men. The Emperor for his part was outraged by the Qing threat to his capital yet again and yelled at Yang in front of the Court. It seemed the Emperor was most angry about the idea that those around him thought he personally believed peace talks were the best choice of action, as he did not think they were. The Emperor then ordered Lu Xiangsheng to pursue the enemy and for Gao Qiqian to defend Shanhaiguan. The Emperor sent 40,000 taels to Lu as a reward and stated “Peace talks were the idea of the outer court officials. The Emperor personally favors wars”.    The Qing attacked Gaoyang, where the now 76 year old and retired Sun Chenzong was. He, alongside his whole family participated in the defense of the city. The city fell after 3 days, poor Chenzong and 19 of his family members perished. Lu Xiangsheng pushed for a counter attack, but Gao Qiqian argued they would be better to take up defensive positions. Lu's forces were fighting the enemy at Baoding, but had no rations left. Lu pleaded with his men to continue fighting “you and I have all received the blessings of the state. In this calamity we may not avoid death, but there is no calamity in which we might not attain life!”. His men resolved to fight on to delay the enemy, praying for relief forces to come. Gao's forces were only 15 miles away when they received a plea from Lu to come help, Gao did not reply. Lu's force was surrounded near the Gaoshui bridge outside Jiazhuang, they then engaged the enemy. The battle lasted 6 hours with cannons, guns and arrows flying off. Lu's sub commanders pleaded to try and break out of the encirclement, but Lu demanded they all make a last stand. Lu would die from 4 arrows and 3 sword blows, allegedly after taking 10 men with him. The Qing took Changping, Jizhou, Pinggu and reached the outskirts of Jinan by January of 1639. Jinan city would fall and be razed to the ground, and the Ming Prince Zhang Bingwen would die from arrow fire in street fighting as the defenders fled. Dorgon then raided some territory around Tianjin before heading back east. By the time any significant Ming relief forces came to bear down on the Qing they were already making a withdrawal. The Qing raids had lasted 5 months, they hit 53 cities of which they captured 8. They fought 57 battles defeating 33 Ming divisions and captured an incredible 473,000 Ming, 4000 taels of gold and nearly a million taels of silver. Over 100 Ming officers were killed and sadly 150,000 civilians. The Ming Court responded first with the execution of 32 officials deemed to have allowed the situation to get out of hand. Yang Sichang was impeached, but managed to avoid execution. Competent commanders who were quelling the rebels were transferred to the northeast to prepare new defenses against future Qing attacks leaving the northwest to fester with more rebellions.    A little while back I mentioned the talk of using the surrendered rebel leader Zhang Xianzhong to help kill other rebel leaders. Well this whole time he was in Gucheng training a so-called militia and making promises to the Ming that he would help pacify all of Huguang. He had erected customs houses on the Han river to collect transit taxes, under the guise they were to help defend Gucheng. He was also bribing officials and local administrators left right and center, effectively having them firmly in his hands. Meanwhile Xiong Wencan was still performing offensive operations against the rebels, while the Ming Court in late 1638 falsely believed the rebels were largely quelled. Then Zhang Xinazhong, to the surprise of no one, began rebelling with that so-called militia group he had been training. It should come to no surprise, Zhang's efforts the whole time were in preparation for future rebelling. He had  extorted money through the transit tax schemes and used the funds to reinforce the walls of the town where he settled his garrison. On top of bribing so many officials to turn an blind eye to his actions, upon re-commencing with the rebellion, he sent a release of records of all the corrupt officials who dealt with him and made it public, leading to more and more executions. Zhang's force joined up with another rebel leader's force namd Luo Rucai and they soon began to attack Fangxian which fought them for over a week before its gates were opened. The rebels plundered Fangxian and then casually moved into the mountains near the Shaanxi border. The man who had captured Zhang in the first place, Xiong Wencan was berated for all of this of course. Xiong sent Zuo Liangyu to pursue the rebels, but Zuo's force would be ambushed in the mountains, taking 10,000 casualties and having to retreat. It was one of the greatest rebel victories, they had not only killed a large number of Ming soldiers, his force also got their hands on a ton of war supplies and Zuo's official seals of authority.    The disgraced and severely deranked Yang Sichang demanded to be allowed to deal with the problem and was reappointed minister of war, Grand secretary, Supreme Commander of Bandit pacification and bestowed the double edged sword of authority in 1639, wow talk about the kitchen sink of appointments. The Emperor agreed to give Yang 5 million taels to wipe the rebels out once and for all and pretty much gave Yang carte blanche for how to operate. Apparently the Emperor even personally served Yang wine at a later banquet and gave him a handwritten poem, what a fall and rise moment. Xiong was impeached of course for his incompetence and even being accused of taking bribes from Zhang Xianzhong. Yang had a 6 step plan now to stop the spread of the rebels. First, taxes would be used to raise local troops with military farms established to feed them. Second, town walls would be improved, Third mercenaries would be hired to help train local militias. Fourth all cities would have firearms mounted on their walls. Fifth the government needed to improve famine relief efforts. And sixth they needed river forces to stop rebel boats and advocated for bringing troops from neighboring regions to help encircle the rebels. As you can imagine, the funding for all of this came from what else, new taxes. Surprisingly, Zuo Liangyu was appointed Bandit Pacifying General despite his enormous defeat to Zhang. Zuo from the offset would also believe he was being held back by Yang, who kept him in a defensive position and denying him any opportunity to get revenge upon Zhang.    Despite the efforts, the rebels remained on the rise, now Luo Rucai and Zhang Xianzhong commanded a force of 100,000 by the fall of 1639. Yang decided to surround Zhang's stronghold of Gucheng, as Chongzhen berated him demanding to know how long this would all take. Throughout 1639-1640 the Ming seemed to be piling up victories over the rebels and even Zhang Xianzhong had fled into Sichuan being pursued by a very angry Zuo Liangyu. Yang ordered Zuo to stop pursuing him, but Zuo ignored the order and managed to encircle Zhang near Mount Manao. There he made a major victory, inflicting 3500 casualties, captured several commanders and also Zhang's wives and concubines. Zuo seemingly exonerated himself, but Zhang managed to escape further west into Sichuan, not to mention Yang was not too happy he disobeyed orders. Yang, as was typical of Ming officials, sought to limit those he saw as a rising rival such as Zuo. So Yang recommended another general, He Renlong to be invested with Zuo's title, which would prove to be a serious mistake. Yang's recommendation fell dead, and now he had alienated both Zuo and He. Zuo then turned to pursue Zhang who was beginning a rampage throughout Sichuan. Many Ming soldiers began deserting at this time, prompting Yang to more desperate acts, such as recruiting Shaolin monks at the Temple in Henan. Soon all of Sichuan was in trouble as tons of cities were taken by rebels or simply abandoned. Famines forced peasants to cannibalism and thus many joined the rebels, soon Yang yet again asked to be relieved of his post, but the emperor responded by sending 200,000 taels for famine relief instead.    Because of Yang's strategy to coordinate regional defenses, many local communities were left largely to fend for themselves against the wandering rebels. Zhang and Luo's combined forces struck several cities in Sichuan. Yang was pushed to relocate his HQ to Chongqing where he could be closer to the fighting. He then began to place a bounty on Zhang's head and announced clemency for other rebels if they brought him Zhang's head. To make matters worse, the Ming court increasingly became frustrated with Yang's inability to achieve results with his numerous disputes with his subordinates whom all were rallying against him, stating he was incompetent and should be replaced. To all of this Zhng Xianzhong wrote a poem mocking Yang “Before we had coordinator Shao Who often came forth and danced with me Then came the armies who would not fight But followed me around But now we have good commander Yang Who graciously leaves me a three day road!”. The rebels took Luzhou in December of 1640 and fled at the first sight of Ming troops trying to encircle them. Yang was desperate and ordered all his commanders to assemble at Yunyang and to mount one more campaign to crush the rebels once and for all. Yet by this point many of the commanders were simply ignoring Yang's orders. For example Zuo Liangyu headed east trying to stop rebels from escaping into Shaanxi and He Renglong had gone west doing a similar operation. Yang was lashing out at the commanders arguing with so much terrain to cover it was now better to go on the offense than defense, but all the commanders ignored him. Then Yang's fears were realized when Zhang Xianzhong managed to capture Ming Prince Xiang at Xiangyang. Zhang's men had plundered some seals of office from Ming forces and used them to get into the town. Now Zhang occupied the prince's seat in his palace. Zhang allegedly poured the prince some wine at the palace and demanded of  Xiang “I wish to have the head of Yang Sichang, but he is far away in Laikou, so now I'll have to borrow the prince's head in his stead. This will cause Sichang to suffer the full penalty of the law for having lost his princely fief. Now the prince should use all his strength to finish his wine”. Zhang then tied prince Xiang to the palace wall and lit him and his concubines on fire. Zhang then distributed some 150,000 taels from the prince's treasury to the people, but it should be noted his men also performed horrible atrocities upon the people as well. They cut several hands, feet, ears and noses from random civilians when they captured towns in the area. Now the rebel army moved east taking even more towns, even Guangzhou.    Upon hearing the news Yang was livid with the commanders, who all defended themselves stating they were guarding against raids from Li Zicheng's rebel army from the north. To add insult to injury, Li Zichengs forces did strike from the north hitting Luoyang and managed to capture the extraordinary fat Prince Fu and his grandson. By contemporary accounts, its estimated Prine Fu may have been over 400 pounds and was quite reviled by the local populace. Prince Fu kowtowed before Li, begging for his life. Li of course killed him and then distributed a lot of his wealth to the people of Luoyang stating to them “the prince and the wealthy stripped away the flesh of the people and had no regard for the life or death of the common folk. I've killed him on your behalf”. Allegedly, Li and his sub commanders then stripped flesh from Prince Fu and consumed it with wine as a cruel pun. For taking Luoyang, Li became the foremost rebel leader and the term “dashing Prince” began to be associated with him. Luo Rucai similarly held the title “generalissimo chosen by heaven to pacify the people”.    Yang fell into despair believing all was lost, now he sent a letter to the emperor asking for his own execution. Yang eventually stopped eating and died in march of 1641. Zhang Xianzhong would later capture Yang's ancestral home of Wuling and dig up his grave and desecrate Yang's corpse. Yang's demise truly illustrates the many problems of the late Ming politics and Military situation. All too often, sweeping authority was bestowed on civil officials who lacked military experience. The ten-sided net strategy was doomed from the beginning. The main problem with it was that of resource allocation. If perhaps the Manchu threat had been contained in the northeast, then maybe Yang ould have mustered the forces and resources necessary to beat the rebels. But the entire time there was a fight over resources between the Manchu problem or the Rebel problem, and many in the Court did not know which one was the largest threat. The numerous natural disasters that led to wide scale famines did not help at all and were only made worse by Yang's lack of military experience. While the Ming forces pretty much always bested the Rebels during battle, the rebels enjoyed superior mobility and easily disappeared when needed.   For the remainder of 1641 the Ming tried to fight off the rebels in central China. Ding Qirui replaced Yang Sichang and Fu Zonglong was appointed Vice Minister of War and Supreme commander of Shaanxi. Li Zicheng had risen to be the most powerful rebel leader with Zhang Xianzhong and Luo Rucai beneath him, but all held significant reputations and status. As a result of all the battles to destroy the rebels, now the rebels had earned significant battle experience, technological expertise and a ton of weapons. The Ming were losing their technological edge in war against the rebels.   After the Qing raid into Shandong, the Qing launched a probe attack on Songshan in March of 1639. A Qing force of 30,000 approached Songshan and were met with 37 heavy cannon fire which repulsed the invaders quite quickly. Hung realized the Ming were not yet ready to abandon their defenses outside the Great Wall so easily. Plans for defending the Liaodong region continued, but at this point Ming officials feared to advance any plan for war in fear of failing and being punished for it. It goes without saying the Emperor's temper was pretty high at this point and one was likely to be executed or atleast lose significant status for such ventures if they did not pan out. As the war against the rebels intensified in western and central China, the Qing began to make more noise in Liaodong. Ningyuan remained a thorn in Hung Taiji's side, alongside Songshan and Jinzhou for over a decade now. Since early 1640, the Qing began setting up military farms in preparation for future attacks on Ming territory. The Joseon dynasty was now also helping the war effort by sending food supplies by ship to Xiaolinghe and Dalinghe. Many war plans were brought to Hung by his commanders, and eventually one would be approved. The plan was to capture Songshan and Jinzhou which were thought to be the key to take Shanhaiguan. The war planners argued that previous raids had failed against Shonghan and Jinzhou because the Ming held Shanhai-son jin corridor, but if that was severed, the Qing could consolidate all Liaodong and then hit China proper. Now the Ming were not sitting by idle, they saw the Qing build up and knew a massive invasion was incoming. The Ming also rightfully deduced an attack would be made on Songshan and Jinzhou so both were heavily fortified and prepared for sieges.   The Qing first made their attack on Jinzhou in may of 1640. The Qing began to dig trenches around the city preparing for a very long siege. By March of 1641, Zu Dashous sent a messenger outside the walls of Jinzhou stating to the Qing forces “we've got enough food to last 2-3 years. It will be a long siege; will you be able to hold out that long to outlast us?”. The Qing replied “we aren't lifting the siege, whether it lasts 2-3 or even 4-5 years. How are you going to keep getting food?”. The back and forth talk seemed to unsettle the Ming's Mongol allies at Jinzhou who began to negotiate with the Qing separately. This drove Zu to panic somewhat and go out and strike up a battle with the Qing, but was beaten back into the city. The Qing began to hack their way through the first layers of the city defenses as the Ming continuously sent relief forces from Xingshan, but all were being ambushed and defeated. Then in April of 1641, the Qing assaulted the outpost of Chayeshan. The Qing bombarded it with large cannons and arquebuses. The soldiers and a small force of monks there fought back as best they could using spears, boulders and incendiaries. Soon the Qing overwhelmed the outpost with firepower and razed it to the ground. Then in May of 1641 the Ming engaged a Qing force just outside Xingshan led by Wu Sangui. Wu's force was outmaneuvered despite having a lot of cavalry and encircled by the Qing commanders Dodo and Jirgalang. The Ming lost a few thousand men and several commanders fled, only to then get caught up in another engagement around Liangmashan just a few miles from Jinzhou. At Liangmashan the Ming dug in and tried to bait a force of 3000 Qing into a fight, but the Qing did not take the bait. More fighting occurred outside various outposts and the Ming kept driving off Qing raiders who in turn would just wait until night time to hit walls with siege ladders. Songshan resisted a 37 day long siege under heavy Qing fire, until a Ming relief force arrived. The Qing were camped a few miles due east of Songshan and had to fend off multiple Ming strikes against them. It seemed all the outposts and major walled cities were managing to hold off the Qing. The Qing strategy of bombarding them and trying to draw them out into decisive battles in the field was not working. It seemed the Ming still enjoyed the edge when it came to firepower, but Ming scouts were sending concerning reports that the Qing were busy building a ton of weapon carts and ships at Shenyang. It was clear that a purely defensive war would not be enough. The Ming commanders began to analyze the situation and they discussed the importance of trying to force a decisive battle that might allow them to retake Liaodong. They believed if they could dictate the place and style of combat then they might stand a chance. The Ming also began to get reports that Korean ships were transporting Qing soldiers in the Bohai Gulf which raised the concern the Qing might sever their sea supply lines. This all accumulated into a major war planning session in april of 1641. The Ming commanders held a conference at Ningyuan and decided they needed to break the Qing encirclement of Songshan and Jinzhou. Wu Sangui would lead an initial attack followed up by Zu Dashou from Jinzhou. They ended up clashing with a Qing cavalry force of about 8000, sending the Qing fleeing with their superior cannons. The battle was embarrassing for the Qing, and the commander of the force, Jirgalang was replaced by Hung's brother Dorgon from that point on. It was also around this time the rebels armies had captured and killed the 2 Ming princes and Yang Sichang suicide. All the northeast outposts and cities were demanding further relief forces and supplies, but the Ming court decided to focus on the increasing rebel problem and thus the northeast would just have to rely on what had on hand.   In the summer of 1641, Hung renewed the efforts against Jinzhou and Songshan. The Qing erected their siege weapons, dug moats and trenches around the cities to thwart any relief or supply efforts and dispatched mobile forces to hit anyone outside walls. Chongzhen did not want to send any significant force against the Qing, believing by autumn the Qing would become weakened through attrition. The Emperor did not agree with this plan however and sent the Minister of War Chen Xinjia and Zhang Ruoqi to goad Chongzhen into action. Chen began attacking Chongzhen for what he argued was his lack of faith in the Ming forces. The same factionalism that had plagued the Ming for decades was soon going to force a catastrophe.    Meanwhile, since the death of Yang Sichang, the rebel leader Li Zicheng's ambitions were growing each day. He was now recognized as a charismatic leader and quite the military genius. The way in which he dealt with Prince Fu had gained him a lot of notoriety with the populace since he was handing out money and food. Li then gained the attention of some gentry, one notable one was named Li Yan. Li Yan joined Li and advised him “you must take capturing the hearts of all the people under heaven as the root. If you don't kill people, then you'll win their hearts”. This seems to have had a profound effect on Li as he began to do just that. Li also began a program of making popular slogans for his rebel movement, one went like this “Kill your oxen and sheep. And prepare your wine and spirits.Open your gates and welcome the Dashing Prince. When the Dashing Prince comes. You won't be paying taxes”. A man after my own heart and wallet, if I must say. Shortly after Li Zicheng began changing how his force rebelled, more gentry joined him such as Niu Jinxing and a midget sorcerer named Song Xiance. Yes a Midget sorcerer. Song Xiance was a native of Guide in Henan. He walked with a limp because of a bad right foot and was known by locals as Son the Child. His reputation as a sorcerer came from the fact he went around telling fortunes and casting divinations, which was something seen throughout Chinese history for midgets. Well one of these fortunes he told was that of Li Zicheng who he predicted would have his 18th grandson assuming the imperial throne and that his name would also be Li. So as Li Zicheng enjoyed popular support and expanded his movement, other rebel leaders continued to rampage throughout western and central China. Widespread famine and more people resorting to cannibalism swelled the rebel armies ranks. The situation dramatically changed in august of 1641 when Luo Rucai broke off from Zhang Xianzhong and joined up with Li Zicheng in Henan. Alongside Luo other smaller rebel leaders also joined Li and Li took this newfound force to attack Xincai along the Henan - Nan Zhili border. The commander at Xincai was Fu Zonlong who managed to beat back the rebels with cannons, but the rebel hoards kept coming. Fu then sent word to He Renlong and Li Quoqi asking the 2 commanders for help, but both complained it was not possible to cut through the rebel lines to get to Xincai. Li began to step up the siege and Fu's defenders were soon running low on food. It is alleged, Fu's forces were forced to eat the corpses of slain rebels. When the gunpowder ran out Fu had no other choice but to attack the rebels. Fu led 6000 men out at night to attack the rebels and managed to kill an estimated 1000 rebels before breaking out of the encirclement. They fled for their lives being chased by rebel forces and Fu was eventually captured. The rebels then tried to use Fu to open the gates of Xincai. When he was marched in front of the gate he screamed out “I am the commander of Shaanxi and though I have fallen into rebel hands and there are rebels on all sides of me, I will never serve you. I am a high official. If you wish to kill me, then kill me. How can I not sacrifice my life rather than help you bandits deceive those in the city?”. With all of that said, the rebels beat him to the ground, cut off his nose and Fu would die from his wounds, Xincai would soon after.   Zuo Liangyu would attack Li and Luo's force, driving them in the direction of Henan. From there the rebels would target Nanyang in November of 1641. Nanyang was defended by Meng Ruhu who died trying to defend the city. When Nanyang fell, Li burnt down the residence of Prince Tang furthering his personal war against the Ming monarchy. After this Li began to occupy towns in southwestern Henan much to the dismay of the Ming Court. The Ming Court appointed Sun Chuanting straight out of jail, to be the new Supreme Commander of the 3 Frontiers. By the way I have not made much mention of it, but so many officials were jailed for failing their jobs, only to later be reappointed to that same job or another job and taken out of jail, it really was chaotic.    At this time the Ming official Wang Qiaonian decided to attack Xiangcheng in central Henan which had recently fallen to rebels. Wang led 10,000 well trained troops to take the city and found it relatively undefended, little did he know the rebels had moved on early. Unfortunately, once the rebels heard of Wang taking Xiangcheng they soon returned and surrounded the city. Wang along with many of his men would be killed in street fighting over the city. Zhang Xianzhong made an assault on Shucheng in southwestern Nan Zhili in march of 1642 which fell quite easily after a 3 day siege. Zhang changed the city's name to Desheng meaning “attained victory”. Over the next few months, Li Zicheng and Luo Rucai continued to raise hell in Henan, he rebel forces were rotting the Ming Dynasty to its core.   I would like to take this time to remind you all that this podcast is only made possible through the efforts of Kings and Generals over at Youtube. Please go subscribe to Kings and Generals over at Youtube and to continue helping us produce this content please check out www.patreon.com/kingsandgenerals. If you are still hungry after that, give my personal channel a look over at The Pacific War Channel at Youtube, it would mean a lot to me.  The Ming dynasty was like a roast beef rotting from the inside while being carved up from the outside. Droughts, famines and terrible administration led so many starving and wartorn peasants to join rebel groups and now Li Zicheng emerged the largest rebel leader amongst others who now held entire armies at their command. Yang Sichang began the disastrous “ten sided net plan” which resulted in many victories over the rebels, but at terrible costs. The more the Ming allocated resources towards quelling the rebels in the northwest and center of China, the weaker their northeastern frontier became, ripe for the plucking for Hung Taiji. Now Hung focused his attention on long term sieges of major Ming held fortresses outside the Great Walls, but once those fell he could attack China proper.   

The China History Podcast
Ep. 303 | The History of Guangzhou (Part 1)

The China History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 37:55


In this Part 1 episode of a multi-part series Laszlo introduces the most ancient history of the great city of Guangzhou. Long known as Canton in many places, this city has a history that is both fascinating and unique in China. In this installment of the series, we'll explore the early stories and legends from the Shang and Zhou dynasties. Then we'll look at the period when the Guangzhou region first appears on the China map during the Qin. The story picks up the pace during Zhao Tuo's Nanyue Kingdom, a story told before in previous CHP episodes. Finally, we'll look at the Han and Three Kingdoms when there's no doubt about it, this part of southernmost China was here to stay and Guangzhou begins its integration with the rest of the Chinese nation.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The China History Podcast
Ep. 303 | The History of Guangzhou (Part 1)

The China History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 41:25


In this Part 1 episode of a multi-part series Laszlo introduces the most ancient history of the great city of Guangzhou. Long known as Canton in many places, this city has a history that is both fascinating and unique in China. In this installment of the series, we'll explore the early stories and legends from the Shang and Zhou dynasties. Then we'll look at the period when the Guangzhou region first appears on the China map during the Qin. The story picks up the pace during Zhao Tuo's Nanyue Kingdom, a story told before in previous CHP episodes. Finally, we'll look at the Han and Three Kingdoms when there's no doubt about it, this part of southernmost China was here to stay and Guangzhou begins its integration with the rest of the Chinese nation.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

In Godfrey We Trust
Episode #335 - Slappy Happy (Shang)

In Godfrey We Trust

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 76:45


Comedian Godfrey is joined by the returning Shang to talk young people liking shitty comedy (and realizing it when they get older), petty people pretending to be woke, sexual consent forms and much much more on this all new episode of In Godfrey We Trust! We're not reinventing the wheel, we're just talkin' shit (twice a week).Original Air Date: 06.017.22SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS:https://mipod.com and use promo code GODFREY for 20% OFF your orderhttps://rockauto.com and let them know you heard about them on In Godfrey We TrustWatch & SUBSCRIBE on YouTubehttps://youtube.com/channel/UC9pY7pvK-F3S17lBK2yhgvw?sub_confirmation=1In Godfrey We Trust is LIVE every TUESDAY & FRIDAY at 10PM ET ONLY on GaS DigitalOr catch the YouTube Premiere later in the week: SATURDAY's & TUESDAY's at 11PMhttps://GaSDigitalNetwork.com/LIVESign up to the Gas Digital Network with promo code GODFREY for a 7 Day FREE TRIAL to get access to the HD livestreams, the live chat, and every single episode On Demand in HD.https://GaSDigitalNetwork.com/high-octane-all-accessFOLLOW THE WHOLE SHOW!In Godfrey We Trust PodcastInstagram: https://instagram.com/godfreypodcastTikTok: https://tiktok.com/@godfreypodcastGodfreyInstagram: https://instagram.com/comediangodfreyTwitter: https://twitter.com/GodfreyComedianShang ForbesInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/comedianshangGaS Digital NetworkInstagram: https://instagram.com/gasdigitalTwitter: https://twitter.com/gasdigitalSEND US MAIL:GaS Digital Studios Attn: GODFREY151 1st Ave # 311New York, NY 10003orInGodfreyWeTrust@gmail.com#Comedy #Podcast #Godfrey #GaSDigitalSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Dungeons & Geeks
¿Ms. Marvel conecta a los Eternos y a Shang-chi? | Ms. Marvel - Ep. 2

Dungeons & Geeks

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 20:25


La superheroína adolescente Ms. Marvel hace una representación muy poderosa de temas de inclusión al mismo tiempo que empieza a aclarar el panorama de productos que siguen sin sentirse conectados en medio del MCU. ¿Será que Kamala Khan es el secreto para unir a Eternals con Shang-chi y hasta con el mismísimo Spider-Man?. Recuerden, no hablamos de Bruno. Subscríbete a nuestro canal de YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/DungeonsandGeeks --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dungeonsandgeeks/message

A Pinch of Pixie Dust: The Podcast
S3 E10: Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

A Pinch of Pixie Dust: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 52:04


To Ta Lo! In this week's podcast, we discuss Marvel's "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings". Did it soar to new heights like the dragon in the movie, or did it sink to the bottom of the sea the Shang did? You will have to tune in to find out, so have your car valet parked and join us for this action-packed episode! 

Clubby Boy's Clubcast
CLUBCAST 070 LIVE on Great Circles Radio mixed by DJ Matpat 5/20/2022

Clubby Boy's Clubcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 119:08


I'm finally back with a 2 hour mix all by myself, take a listen.. I was definitely gettin' it on this one! This Friday I'm back at my monthly radio spot at Great Circles, this month it'll be moved up to 5-7pm cause after I'll be in the Lounge at the W Hotel, from 8-1. Saturday it's back to Club Congress with Shang and lil' opening set by Full Moon Fool. Looking forward to the weekend :) @great-circles www.clubbyboy.com www.greatcircles.net

Anime Re:Wind
Revisiting Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood

Anime Re:Wind

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 51:38


Welcome to Season 4 of Anime Re:Wind! Join us this season as our boys revisit the classic by Hiromu Arakawa Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (shortened to FMA: B). In this episode, Shang, Mist and Loofie remember (what they can) of the 2009 - 2010 anime. Please enjoy and as always, thank you for your continuing support!

But Where Are You From?
We're not monstrous, we've just got the munchies: The world of publishing ft. Claire Kohda and Kaiya Shang

But Where Are You From?

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 71:31


Amy talked with Claire Kohda (author of Woman, Eating) and Kaiya Shang (Editor at Scribner), about Claire's wonderful new book (read it!), food as an identity, racial othering and "the monstrous", the mixed ethnicity experience, plus the good bits and the bad bits (think rampant racism and nepotism) of the publishing world. Connect with our guests: https://instagram.com/clairekohda https://instagram.com/kaiyashang Resources: Books: The Mixed Race Experience by Naomi and Natalie Evans Mixed-race Superhuman by Will Harris Instagram: https://instagram.com/mixedracefaces https://instagram.com/mixedbloomroom https://instagram.com/themixedfamilyconversation Send us a LISTENER VOICEMAIL: https://besean.co.uk/voicemails Follow besea.n and slide into our DMs and keep the conversation going! https://www.instagram.com/besea.n/ https://twitter.com/besea_n Support the podcast by buying besea.n a coffee, 100% of the donations now go towards besea.n! http://bit.ly/Kofibesean Sign petitions: STAND WITH MYANMAR AND TAKE ACTION - https://linktr.ee/meemalee ESEA HERITAGE MONTH: Sign the petition to support the launch of East & South East Asian Heritage Month in the UK https://www.change.org/ESEAHeritageMonth We've reached 30,000 signatures! Sign the petition for media outlets to stop depicting ESEA people in Coronavirus related media: https://www.change.org/p/bbc-stop-depicting-east-asians-in-coronavirus-related-media Credits: Jingle by John Clapper: https://www.instagram.com/john_clapper/

Tides of History
Human Sacrifice, Oracle Bones, and Shang China: Interview with Professor Rod Campbell

Tides of History

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 51:11 Very Popular


China's Shang Dynasty is something of an enigma. It produced the earliest written evidence in China, in the form of inscribed oracle bones, and decades of archaeology have shed light on its capital city and society. Yet much about it is still unclear, including precisely how the Shang understood themselves and their world. Professor Rod Campbell is one of the world's leading experts on the Shang, and his work has done a great deal to illuminate the Shang worldview and why they did the things they did, including human sacrifice on an enormous scale.Patrick's book is now available! Get The Verge: Reformation, Renaissance, and Forty Years that Shook the World in hardcopy, ebook, or audiobook (read by Patrick) here: https://bit.ly/PWverge Listen to new episodes 1 week early, to exclusive seasons 1 and 2, and to all episodes ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App https://wondery.app.link/tidesofhistory.Please support us by supporting our sponsors!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

In Godfrey We Trust
Episode #323 - Dave Chappelle vs The Alphabet People (Shang)

In Godfrey We Trust

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 71:44


On this episode of #InGodfreyWeTrust Comedian Godfrey welcomes Shang back to the show... and we're fresh off Dave Chappelle getting attacked on stage at the Hollywood Bowl. We talk how badly Dave's security beat this dude up, if Chappelle's checkered past with the LGBTQ+ community may spark more attacks like this, online activism causing violence in the real world and much much more! We're not reinventing the wheel, we're just talkin' shit (twice a week).#Godfrey Ep 323SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS:https://mipod.com and use promo code GODFREY for 20% OFF your orderhttps://rockauto.com and let them know you heard about them on In Godfrey We Trusthttps://YoDelta.com Promo Code GAS for 25% OFF your entire orderWatch & SUBSCRIBE on YouTubehttps://youtube.com/channel/UC9pY7pvK-F3S17lBK2yhgvw?sub_confirmation=1In Godfrey We Trust is LIVE every TUESDAY & FRIDAY at 10PM ET ONLY on #GaSDigitalOr catch the YouTube Premiere later in the week: SATURDAY's & TUESDAY's at 11PMhttps://GaSDigitalNetwork.com/LIVESign up to #GasDigitalNetwork with promo code GODFREY for a 7 Day FREE TRIAL to get access to the HD livestreams, the live chat, and all episodes On Demand in HD.https://GaSDigitalNetwork.com/high-octane-all-accessFOLLOW THE WHOLE SHOW!In Godfrey We Trust PodcastInstagram: https://instagram.com/godfreypodcastTikTok: https://tiktok.com/@godfreypodcastGodfreyInstagram: https://instagram.com/comediangodfreyTwitter: https://twitter.com/GodfreyComedianGaS Digital NetworkInstagram: https://instagram.com/gasdigitalTwitter: https://twitter.com/gasdigitalSEND US MAIL:GaS Digital Studios Attn: GODFREY151 1st Ave #311New York, NY 10003orInGodfreyWeTrust@gmail.com#InGodfreyWeTrustPodcast #IGWT #GodfreyComedianSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

You Can Be Anything
Episode 033: A Chat with Samoa Shang (Fai Woo Kitaav) - Co-Founder of Cloud Heroes Africa

You Can Be Anything

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 48:51


In this episode, I had a great time uncovering the motivation behind this great group; Cloud Heroes Africa. This is a group of men and women who have decided to crush the limitations that as humans we put on ourselves because of where we live, how we look, how we speak, and many more. Fai Woo Kitaav is one of the architects behind this great initiative and he shares with us how it started, how it is going, and its vision.   The selflessness of the coordinators, volunteers, guest speakers, and well-wishers is one that cannot go unnoticed. We appreciate you all for the great work!   Check out Cloud Heroes Africa on LinkedIn to learn more and see the progress of these amazing students.    Thanks for your support. You can connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube, or send us an email at hello@youcanbeanythingpodcast.com     Check out our website  www.youcanbeanythingpodcast.com for more resources and to learn more. Also, you can connect with Solange Che on Facebook (@Solange Che) and Instagram (@solangeche1). Thank you!   Remember to Be Good To Each Other!

SVG Superstar Podcast
Why have a side hustle with Harvard graduate Shang (Savemycents)

SVG Superstar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 40:30


Join me as I chat with the extremely talented Shang from Savemycents on the importance of having a side hustle on top of your full-time job. Shang is a Harvard graduate who had a very successful full-time job and a wedding photography side hustle that generated $200k in profit. Shang reached the ability to work optional and became a millionaire in her early 30s. Shang blogs on Instagram at @savemycents and teaches Americans the mindsets they need to learn how to save for a dignified retirement. She is a working corporate mom and lives with her husband, son, and two cats in New York City. Some of the topics covered in this episode: why having a side hustle is SO important? what to do when you feel like giving up? what to do when you feel like you're not creative enough? Check out Shang's website here: savemycents.com Follow Shang on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/savemycents/ Are you a crafter with a full-time job? Want to make

Filmic Notion™ Podcast
062 - Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings con Edwin Soto

Filmic Notion™ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 80:51


Esta semana esta Edwin Soto en la casa; Vamos a estar discutiendo la pelicula Shang-chi and the legend of the ten rings, una película de superhéroes del 2021 basada en Marvel Comics que presenta al personaje Shang-Chi. Producida por Marvel Studios y distribuida por Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, es la película número 25 en Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Espero que lo disfruten!

The Build Good Fundraising Podcast
#56: How to thank your donors using philanthropic psychology, with Jen Shang

The Build Good Fundraising Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 52:06


Have you heard of philanthropic psychology….or phil psych for short? It's the science behind fundraising that first and foremost cares about stewarding the love that is at the core of philanthropy. So instead of being focused on growing revenue from your donors, it's focused on growing your donors' human capacity to love others—as well as themselves. And when you help people grow their love for others and themselves, well...the money follows. And you end up raising a lot more. Today on the podcast, we get into how to thank your donors using the principles of phil psych with Professor Jen Shang—the world's first PhD in Philanthropy, and the world's only philanthropic psychologist. Jen goes through 5 different levels of thanking your donors. As you listen to this, see if you can rank yourself and find out what level you're at. ---➡️ Join our FREE training on how to create compelling fundraising messages that lead donors to action and raise more money, from more people, more often—simply by changing the words you use: https://www.5minutefundraisingfix.com/register 

Trans Cinematic Universe Podcast
"Mulan"/Michael Yip

Trans Cinematic Universe Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 59:57


Jonathan and guest Michael Yip take the rocket to the Great Wall and explore "Mulan." They talk about what the song "Reflection" meant to them as young queers and how Shang is a trans masc transition coach. Michael Yip: @kyyprofessionaldreamer TCU Podcast: @TCUpodHQ Jonathan Andre Culliton: @jonathanandrethegiant Heath&Henshaw Productions: @heathandhenshaw Watch Bombshell: https://linktr.ee/bombshelltheseries Peep Spookable: https://www.areyouspookable.com/ Next week's destination: "Female Trouble"

Julia en la onda
El Orden Mundial: La ciudad china de Shangái se paraliza en seco ante la nueva oleada de contagios

Julia en la onda

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 22:16


En 'El Orden Mundial', hablamos con Eduardo Saldaña y Blas Moreno sobre el atasco en el puerto de Sanghái y la segunda vuelta de las elecciones francesas.

El orden mundial
El Orden Mundial: La ciudad china de Shangái se paraliza en seco ante la nueva oleada de contagios

El orden mundial

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 22:16


En 'El Orden Mundial', hablamos con Eduardo Saldaña y Blas Moreno sobre el atasco en el puerto de Sanghái y la segunda vuelta de las elecciones francesas.

Blowing Smoke with Twisted Rico
Dan Kopko - Watts, The Shang Hi Los, The Peppermint Kicks... #148

Blowing Smoke with Twisted Rico

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 53:10


Dan Kopko aka Danny The K, joins us on the show to talk about what it's like playing in three bands that are all making an impact - Watts, supergroup The Shang Hi Los, and his project with ex Stompers front man Sal Baglio, The Peppermint Kicks. We hit it off like a couple of long time buddies....and even find out something that we had in common that we didn't know...It was a blast! Music The Charms "So Pretty"(theme song) Watts "Loud & Fast" The Peppermint Kicks "Hey Fanzine!" Recorded on zoom with additional recording and mix by Mike Nash at Voice Motel, Somerville MA on April 16, 2022 This show was sponsored by Baby Loves Tacos and Disorder Vintage. Support the podcast: patreon.com/twistedrico --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blowingsmoketr/support

Anime Re:Wind
Thrice Upon A Time | Evangelion 3.0 + 1.0

Anime Re:Wind

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 81:43


The last of the bonus episodes is here with a satisfying conclusion to the Evangelion saga. Mist is on vacation again, so Shang and Loofie helm the episode. Come listen to our longest episode since Season 1 of Anime Re:Wind! This podcast episode recaps Evangelion 3.0 + 1.0.

Clubby Boy's Clubcast
CLUBCAST 068 The Wake Up Call - DJ Matpat & Shang LIVE @ Club Congress 3/19/22

Clubby Boy's Clubcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2022 163:06


Oh hey, it's been a few months since I've given ya'll a Wake Up Call, so here it is! This is the live recording from the last CLUB CONGRESS. I'm personally pretty siked on this one cause I got to play a bunch of trax that I've never played on the cast b4 as well as 4 og productions... remember CC is every 3 Saturday at The Dolphin Tavern, here in Philly. Hope you enjoy ;) 00-45 Shang 45-End @Matpat www.clubbyboy.com

Swisspain
Mic Drop 2022 – Un paseo por Shangái

Swisspain

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 11:54


Mic Drop 2022 es un evento de intercambio de capítulos entre los podcasts de la red EmilcarFM. Hoy te quiero presentar un capítulo de Un paseo por Shangái, de Marc Milián.AjoEn este capítulo 184 de “Un paseo por Shanghái” hablo sobre el ajo.Busca los enlaces de este episodio en https://emilcar.fm/shanghai donde también esperamos tus comentarios.

Android's Amazing Podcast
Issue #141: The Fist of Khonshu

Android's Amazing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 97:31


This week James and Hunter talk about DC's Round Robin for 2022, Marvel re-launching Shang-chi as Shang Chi & The Ten Rings, Sharon Stone cast as Victoria Kord, an original villain, in HBO's Blue Beetle Film, CW Arrowverse Casting & Renewals, Kill the Justice League's delay, & Multiverse of Madness's runtime! For this week's topic James & Hunter talk about the Moon Knight just in time for his MCU Debut! Book reviews this week; CITIES OF MAGICK W: Jakob Free & Will Tempest A: Will Tempest P: Scout Comics IMMORTAL X-MEN W: Kieron Gillen A: Lucas Werneck P: Marvel SHADOW WAR ALPHA W: Joshua Williamson A: Viktor Bogdanovic P: DC Comics Grab Some T-Shirts & More at www.teepublic.com/user/androidsamazingpodcast Facebook: Android's Amazing Comics Twitter: @androidsamazing Instagram: @androids_comics & @androidsamazingpodcast Website: www.androidscomics.com Don't forget to RATE, REVIEW and SHARE with a friend!

Anime Re:Wind
Bromance Never Dies | Evangelion 3.33

Anime Re:Wind

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 43:29


Shinji and Kaworu embark on an extended (but deserved) bromance that leaves Shang, Mist and Loofie jealous. In other news, the fight scenes were amazing! This podcast episode recaps Evangelion 3.33.

Capital
Alicia García Herrero: "Los medios locales de Taiwán y Shangái no hablan de conflicto b&ea

Capital

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2022 12:19


Alicia Herrero, economista jefe de Natixis para Asia- Pacífico y miembro del Consejo Asesor de la vicepresidenta Nadia Calviño, ha pasado por nuestros micrófonos para analizar el estallido de la guerra y las consecuencias económicas.

DandyDamned
Capturing Spider-man as we move further into the marvel universe

DandyDamned

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 61:12


we just saw Spider-man:NO way homeSPOILER!!! Heavy discussions on said films including Hawkeye, Shang-chi, and the matrix resurrections --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dandydamn/support

Brotherhood Of The Silver Screen

Athena brings a little more news and reviews Red Notice, Duvv bemoans Shang-chi the Legend of the Ten Rings, Joey brought some Bro-Did-You-Know Trivia about the Lord of the Rings, and Luke review Voyagers this week on the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly!

The Stoop Kids
EP 91: An Evening With Shang Sonic: Legend Of The Harder They Fall

The Stoop Kids

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 125:40


It was a huge week in entertainment, which mean an even bigger episode for y'all. Disney+ made a ton of announcements including new MCU shows, Star Wars news, and the return of the Proud Family. Speaking of family, Vin Diesel reached out to The Rock in hopes of getting him to return for the finale in the Fast saga. In other news, the Predator franchise continues to fight for current-day relevancy with the announcement of their next film titled “Prey”. As for this week's main topic, Ralfy, Kai, and G catch up on some movies and albums including Marvel's Shang Chi, Netflix's The Harder They Fall, and Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak's debut project as Silk Sonic. There's a lot to get to and we've only scratched the surface so see for yourself! Word on the street (9:05) · Disney+ Day announcements · Vin Diesel ask The Rock to return for Fast 10 · New Predator prequel officially titled Prey Main Topic – Reviews of Shang Chi, The Harder They Fall, and An Evening with Silk Sonic (54:30) Put Us On (1:48:08) Outro Music: “Fly as Me” – Silk Sonic If you've enjoyed this podcast then don't forget to rate, subscribe, and most importantly share! If you'd like to leave us feedback, ask questions, or just to say what's up, email us at Thestoopkidspod@gmail.com or follow us on instagram @the_stoopkids Also, we're officially on YouTube! Subscribe to our channel for video clips and more content coming soon. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsU3CX2H6z-VxAE5DufIIyw “Someone turned my TV, even though I'm home alone” A horror short film – Directed by Steffy Newton & Written by Malik G. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z4oMZ7Uv6UA

Broke Black & Bored
Broke Black Bored and the Legend of the Ten Rings (S3E2)

Broke Black & Bored

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 40:00


Another week, another episode! We're talking about Marvel's Sean Chi- Shaaang Chi? Sheyoung Chi... Shang-Chi. We're talking about Shang-chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings plus speculating on the future of the MCU.

Made For Movies
Shang-Chi: And The Legend of The 10 Rings -- Movie Review

Made For Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 58:19


Our review of Shang-chi! No spoilers for the first part of the review, there is an announcement before spoiler discussion begins! Special Guest: Paul Dixon