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Laowaicast - подкаст про Китай
руками делать handpanы в Китае

Laowaicast - подкаст про Китай

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 38:13


Очень редкий случай - Виталий Иванов в Китае зарабатывает свой хлеб руками. Делая handpanы. Если вы не знаете, что это такое, с чем это едят, а точнее как это звучит, то выпуск однозначно для вас! Мы поговорили о том, как Виталий оказался в Чунцине, можно ли заменить Виталия подмастерьем, сколько стоит инструмент, есть ли спрос, кем себя гость считает больше: создателем инструментов или музыкантом.Грамота: 晓得 (xiǎode) - понял! знаю!Музыка: “Аквамарин” Виталий Иванов и Максим АнаньевИнстаграмм Виталия: https://www.instagram.com/polarshiner/Laowaicast выходит регулярно! Мы есть на всех основных платформах, в iTunes, Google Podcasts, на Яндекс.Музыке, Spotify и Youtube. Вопросы, пожелания и комментарии пишите на почту we@laowaicast.ru или на сайт.Поддержать проект:Дать донат! (Patreon, PayPal, Яндекс.Деньги, WeChat, Alipay).Поставьте Лаовайкасту пять звёзд в iTunesBTC: 1C6ePJcqLZTr6nEDoTCD8usenSju1TQ2p8ОГРОМНОЕ спасибо нашему главному патрону Дмитрию Брянцеву!Большое спасибо патронам MSYU, Maxim, Vasiliy Galkin, Мария, Павел Яковлев, Alex RomanovОтдельное спасибо патронам Полина Струкова, Evgeny Sher, Yaroslav, Andrej Fedotov, Wolfcub, Dmytro Gomov, Fooby, ZyablikСпасибо всем остальным за донаты: Anton Lokhanin, Oleg Fomin, Roman Drozhzhin, Mixei, Dmitry Erohin, Rastsislau Datsenka, Krotov, Petr Didenko, Lao Bu, Rod Iv, Asya Kalinina, Evgeny Kosolapov, Nikolay Antonchenko, Alexandr Skurikhin, Krukru Studio, Serge B, Julia Mensсhikowa

Mosaic of China
Season 02 Compilation: WeChat Stickers

Mosaic of China

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 21:19


We're coming up to the Spring Festival in China, so please consider this to be your Chinese New Year gift. It's the compilation episode of the favourite WeChat stickers from the guest of Season 02.   With electronic communications, it's no longer good enough to learn how to compose compelling messages; you need to be fluent in the language of images. Without including things like emojis and emoticons in our messages, they can come across as cold, blunt, and rude. And there's arguably no medium where this is more important than on WeChat, where the use of gifs is almost universal. So take a listen to how the guests of Season 02 answer the question: “What is your favourite WeChat Sticker,” and reflect on your own fluency in these new visual languages.   Subscribe to the PREMIUM version, see the visuals, and/or follow the full transcript for this episode at https://mosaicofchina.com/season-02-compilation-08-wechat-stickers   Join the community on Instagram (https://instagram.com/oscology), LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/mosaicofchina), Facebook (https://facebook.com/mosaicofchina) or WeChat (https://mosaicofchina.com/wechat).

Daily Tech News Show
Lightning in an Acquisition Bottle – DTNS 4197

Daily Tech News Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022


Dealogic have calculated that Microsoft, Amazon, and Alphabet each announced more acquisitions in 2021 than any year in the past decade. Australia's prime minister, Scott Morrison, has lost control over this WeChat account. And a Penn State and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory team has released new research that allows its previously developed thermoelectric generatorContinue reading "Lightning in an Acquisition Bottle – DTNS 4197"

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Lightning in an Acquisition Bottle – DTNS 4197

Daily Tech News Show (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022


Dealogic have calculated that Microsoft, Amazon, and Alphabet each announced more acquisitions in 2021 than any year in the past decade. Australia's prime minister, Scott Morrison, has lost control over this WeChat account. And a Penn State and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory team has released new research that allows its previously developed thermoelectric generator to be made flexible, letting it wrap around common waste heat sources without any glue. Starring Sarah Lane, Rich Stroffolino, Roger Chang, Amos, Joe MP3 Download Using a Screen Reader? Click here Multiple versions (ogg, video etc.) from Archive.org Follow us on Twitter Instgram YouTube and Twitch Please SUBSCRIBE HERE. Subscribe through Apple Podcasts. A special thanks to all our supporters–without you, none of this would be possible. If you are willing to support the show or to give as little as 10 cents a day on Patreon, Thank you! Become a Patron! Big thanks to Dan Lueders for the headlines music and Martin Bell for the opening theme! Big thanks to Mustafa A. from thepolarcat.com for the logo! Thanks to our mods Jack_Shid and KAPT_Kipper on the subreddit Send to email to feedback@dailytechnewsshow.com Show Notes To read the show notes in a separate page click here!

China Unscripted
#150 Cannibal Capitalism: How China Eats Its Own

China Unscripted

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 68:23


There was a brief time during which China's economy came out of the doldrums and its growth was the envy of the world. That all changed, however, with the arrival of Xi Jinping. In this episode of China Unscripted, we discuss China's cannibal capitalism, the fate of Alibaba and WeChat, foreign investment in China, and much, much more. Joining us in this episode is James Gorrie, a writer and political economist who authored "The China Crisis: How China's Economic Collapse Will Lead to a Global Depression".

B2B Marketing Hero
#57 Mit WeChat den chinesischen Markt erschließen

B2B Marketing Hero

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 20:25


WeChat ist eine der wichtigsten Plattformen in China - sowohl im täglichen Leben als auch für geschäftliche Kontakte und Informationen. Mit mehr als 1,3 Milliarden monatlich aktiven Nutzern weltweit sind etwa die Hälfte davon Geschäftsleute. Von den Internetnutzern in China verwenden rund 73% WeChat im Jahr. WeChat ist also eine feste Größe auf dem chinesischen Markt und als Kommunikationskanal zu Ihren chinesischen Zielgruppen unverzichtbar. Wenn B2B-Unternehmen erfolgreich auf dem chinesischen Markt werben wollen, kommen sie daher nicht um die Nutzung von WeChat herum. In dieser Folge spricht Markus Koske, Head of Marketing bei PemTec SNC, über seine Erfahrungen mit der Nutzung von WeChat für den chinesischen Markt und was beim Einstieg in WeChat helfen kann. Das Wichtigste sei, sich einen Partner zu suchen, der bereits eine große Reichweite in China hat und Expertise mitbringt. Die chinesische Sprache und Kultur unterscheiden sich grundlegend von westlichen Sprachen und Kulturen. Es wird ein Partner benötigt, der sicherstellt, dass bei der Ansprache der Zielgruppe kein Fauxpas passiert. WeChat selbst ist auch nicht mit anderen Social-Media-Plattformen vergleichbar, so dass nicht versucht werden sollte, Gelerntes über Social Media auf WeChat zu übertragen. Denn auf WeChat spielt der Inhalt eine sehr wichtige Rolle. Die Beiträge sind nicht so kurz wie zum Beispiel auf Facebook. WeChat setzt auf längere Inhalte, die für den Nutzer relevant sind und auch mal in die Tiefe gehen können. Hören Sie rein, wenn Sie mehr über die Markterschließung von China per WeChat erfahren möchten.

Laowaicast - подкаст про Китай
со своей керамикой в Китай

Laowaicast - подкаст про Китай

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 45:03


Китай это родина керамики. Россия ее переняла через запад. А что происходит сейчас в прямом диалоге между керамистами двух стран? Есть ли выставки русских в Китае и наоборот? Продаются ли работы? Кто ездил в Китай за керамикой? Есть ли подделки и сколько надо платить за чайник?Я поговорил с Татьяной Пунанс - экспертом по современной керамики музея Царицыно - на все эти, и еще другие темы.Музыка: 王笠人《陶瓷》 Ван Ли-жэнь “Керамика”Музей: FLICAM (FuLe International Ceramic Art Museums) 富乐国际陶艺博物馆群Laowaicast выходит регулярно! Мы есть на всех основных платформах, в iTunes, Google Podcasts, на Яндекс.Музыке, Spotify и Youtube. Вопросы, пожелания и комментарии пишите на почту we@laowaicast.ru или на сайт.Поддержать проект:Дать донат! (Patreon, PayPal, Яндекс.Деньги, WeChat, Alipay).Поставьте Лаовайкасту пять звёзд в iTunesBTC: 1C6ePJcqLZTr6nEDoTCD8usenSju1TQ2p8ОГРОМНОЕ спасибо нашему главному патрону Дмитрию Брянцеву!Большое спасибо патронам MSYU, Maxim, Vasiliy Galkin, Мария, Павел Яковлев, Alex RomanovОтдельное спасибо патронам Полина Струкова, Evgeny Sher, Yaroslav, Andrej Fedotov, Wolfcub, Dmytro Gomov, Fooby, ZyablikСпасибо всем остальным за донаты: Anton Lokhanin, Oleg Fomin, Roman Drozhzhin, Mixei, Dmitry Erohin, Rastsislau Datsenka, Krotov, Petr Didenko, Lao Bu, Rod Iv, Asya Kalinina, Evgeny Kosolapov, Nikolay Antonchenko, Alexandr Skurikhin, Krukru Studio, Serge B, Julia Mensсhikowa

Laowaicast - подкаст про Китай
3Dсканируй Китай!

Laowaicast - подкаст про Китай

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 45:11


Что у нас с поставками 3Д-сканеров в Китай? Как там с копированием технологий? Что происходит с ценами? Когда каждая семья обзаведется таким устройством? Можно ли сканировать коня Мао Цзэдуна? Помогает ди китайский язык в продажах? Это все и еще разное другое мы обсудили с Марией Глотовой из Artec 3D.Грамота: 三维扫描仪 (sānwéi sǎomiáoyí) - 3Д-сканерМузыка: 张东尼《耍把戏》Чжан Дунни «Ловче трюки»Laowaicast выходит регулярно! Мы есть на всех основных платформах, в iTunes, Google Podcasts, на Яндекс.Музыке, Spotify и Youtube. Вопросы, пожелания и комментарии пишите на почту we@laowaicast.ru или на сайт.Поддержать проект:Дать донат! (Patreon, PayPal, Яндекс.Деньги, WeChat, Alipay).Поставьте Лаовайкасту пять звёзд в iTunesBTC: 1C6ePJcqLZTr6nEDoTCD8usenSju1TQ2p8ОГРОМНОЕ спасибо нашему главному патрону Дмитрию Брянцеву!Большое спасибо патронам MSYU, Maxim, Vasiliy Galkin, Мария, Павел Яковлев, Alex RomanovОтдельное спасибо патронам Полина Струкова, Evgeny Sher, Yaroslav, Andrej Fedotov, Wolfcub, Dmytro Gomov, Fooby, ZyablikСпасибо всем остальным за донаты: Anton Lokhanin, Oleg Fomin, Roman Drozhzhin, Mixei, Dmitry Erohin, Rastsislau Datsenka, Krotov, Petr Didenko, Lao Bu, Rod Iv, Asya Kalinina, Evgeny Kosolapov, Nikolay Antonchenko, Alexandr Skurikhin, Krukru Studio, Serge B, Julia Mensсhikow

Mosaic of China
Season 02 Compilation: China Bests & Worsts

Mosaic of China

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 25:22


In today's special compilation episode from Season 02 of the show, we listen to how 30 people answered the question: "If you left China, what would you miss the most, and what would you miss the least?"   There's no such thing as perfection, living life is about dealing with both the rough and the smooth. The same holds true no matter where you live, or to which cultural identity you feel most affiliated. So it always makes for interesting listening to hear how people from different backgrounds answer this particular question. Subscribe to the PREMIUM version, see the visuals, and/or follow the full transcript for this episode at https://mosaicofchina.com/season-02-compilation-07-china-bests-and-worsts   Join the community on Instagram (https://instagram.com/oscology), LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/mosaicofchina), Facebook (https://facebook.com/mosaicofchina) or WeChat (https://mosaicofchina.com/wechat).

Zurück zur Zukunft
#152 | Theranos-Urteil, iPhone-Jubiläum, Polens Watergate, Alexa-Nutzungszahlen und AirTag-Stalking

Zurück zur Zukunft

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 53:02


Das Urteil rund um die Selfmade-Milliardärin Elisabeth Holmes und ihr Bluttest-Startup Theranos ist gefallen, die Unternehmerin wurde des Betrugs an Investoren schuldig gesprochen. Was ist bei der Bewerbung einer Vision noch Storytelling und wo fängt Betrug an - und wie lässt sich das Ankündigen von Features, die es noch nicht gibt, bewerten? Agnieszka und Alexander sprechen in dieser Folge darüber. --- » Die Themen der Folge 152: --- (06:26) » Urteilsverkündung im Fall Theranos https://www.nytimes.com/news-event/elizabeth-holmes-theranos-trial https://www.threeuncannyfour.com/show/bad-blood/ (16:27) » 15 Jahre iPhone und die Veränderungen durch das Device https://mashable.com/article/iphone-15-year-anniversary (19:04) » „End of Life“-Ankündigung bei Blackberry https://www.nytimes.com/2022/01/08/world/canada/blackberry-phone-service-ends.html https://wondery.com/shows/business-wars/episode/5296-blackberry-vs-iphone-crackberry/ (24:10) » Ernüchternde Nutzungszahlen zu Amazons Alexa https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-12-22/amazon-s-voice-controlled-smart-speaker-alexa-can-t-hold-customer-interest-docs (31:02) » Patentklage von Sonos: Google muss Smartspeaker-Downgrades vornehmen https://techcrunch.com/2022/01/07/us-regulator-rules-that-google-infringed-on-sonos-speaker-patents/ (33:43) » Cookies und Dark Patterns: Strafen gegen Google und Facebook in Frankreich https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2022/01/frances-fines-google-and-facebook-e210m-for-making-cookies-hard-to-reject/ (36:26) » Stalking: Privacy-Probleme mit Apples Airtags https://www.nytimes.com/2021/12/30/technology/apple-airtags-tracking-stalking.html https://t3n.de/news/bikini-model-apple-airtag-stalking-1442859/ (39:13) » Spionage-Affäre in Polen: Pegasus-Spyware gegen Oppositionspolitikern https://www.tagesschau.de/ausland/europa/pegasus-affaere-polen-103.html (41:35) » Chinas digitale Zentralbankwährung wird in WeChat integriert https://www.cnbc.com/2022/01/06/chinas-digital-currency-comes-to-tencents-wechat-in-expansion-push.html (45:21) » Gamestop wird zum NFT-Marktplatz https://www.wsj.com/articles/gamestop-entering-nft-and-cryptocurrency-markets-as-part-of-turnaround-plan-11641504417 https://futurism.com/fart-jar-nfts (47:47) » OpenSea mit 300 Millionen Funding zur 13 Milliarden Dollar Bewertung https://www.coindesk.com/business/2022/01/05/nft-marketplace-opensea-valued-at-133b-in-300m-funding-round-report/ (48:14) » Andreessen Horowitz sammelt 9 Milliarden Dollar für Investitionen https://techcrunch.com/2022/01/07/andreessen-horowitz-raises-9b-in-new-capital-for-venture-growth-bio-funds/ (49:28) » Cathie Woods‘ ARK Innovation 48 Prozent unter Allzeithoch https://www.cnbc.com/2022/01/06/sell-off-in-cathie-woods-ark-innovation-fund-reached-48percent-at-low-point-thursday.html --- (50:40) » Die Buchempfehlung der Woche: Katy Milkman: “How to Change: The Science of Getting from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be” https://www.amazon.de/How-Change-Science-Getting-Where/dp/059308375X --- » Weitere Infos: https://zurueckzurzukunft.creativeconstruction.de --- » Feedback, Anregungen und Wünsche an: podcast@zurueckzurzukunft.de --- » Der wöchentliche Newsletter: https://www.creativeconstruction.de/newsletter

Superpowers Podcast
Heidi Browning Pearson - People Connector

Superpowers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 35:24


I started playing hockey when I was 5 years old. Now I call myself a midlife crisis hockey player, somewhat (but not NHL level) living out my childhood dreams of being in the league. So, I couldn't wait for Heidi to join me and talk about our shared love of hockey on the podcast.  I have known Heidi for over 15 years, since her MySpace and Pandora days, where I got to see first-hand how incredible she was at listening to her customers and using that knowledge to make better business decisions for the companies. This led her to an opportunity at the NHL when they were building out their social marketing and marketing practice. "It is a privilege and an honor to be the CMO at the NHL. When I first joined, it was our one-hundredth anniversary. It's not too often that as a marketer, you get the opportunity to usher in the next generation of fans with a hundred-year-old brand. So that's what really excited me." Heidi has taken the NHL to the next level, focusing on bringing new fans into the fold. "How do we grow our fan base and diversify our fan base? It has to start with who's working in our league. Then extends to the fans and the players, et cetera." Even though joining the NHL was an exciting career move for Heidi, she had no previous experience in sports. "Coming in as a new and casual fan, in the beginning, I could see right away that we spent a lot of time catering to the avid fans. We conducted focus groups that confirmed my observation. Hockey fans are like the coolest, most rabid, fanatical fans out there. They know the rules, history, and tradition. It can be intimidating to be on the outside trying to get in." Heidi has always focused on what customers are saying. She has never been afraid to hear feedback and tries to connect the old and the new generations to keep her companies relevant. I hope you enjoy our conversation and we inspire you to join our love of hockey. You can connect with Heidi on LinkedIn and visit the NHL to learn more. Connect with Chris Cunningham and subscribe to the show. ______ Heidi's Bio As Senior Executive Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer, Heidi Browning leads the National Hockey League's growth marketing strategy with a focus on digital, innovation, and social media. With more than 25 years of marketing experience, including success with major brands in Silicon Valley, Browning brings a valuable mix of client, agency, and media owner perspectives to the NHL. Browning is known as a passionate pioneer in digital, mobile, and social marketing and as an executive who advances new ideas and innovation within the industry. Inspired by the intersection of media, technology, and culture, Browning studies generational trends in attention and brand engagement. Her experience marketing to Millennial and Gen Z audiences is essential for engaging young sports fans and will help guide her leadership of the NHL's new fan database/analytics initiative. Under Browning's leadership, the NHL has experienced a 33% growth in followers on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. She spearheaded the introduction of eight new Twitter accounts, including six international languages, @StanleyCup; @NHLGIFs; NHL Europe on Instagram; and TikTok, Weibo, and WeChat accounts. As a result of a focused strategy on video content, video streams have increased 111% across Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Since Browning's arrival at the NHL, the League's Instagram engagement has increased by 58%, while followers on that account increased 46%. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

ChinesePod - Beginner
Newbie | This Is My Wechat ID

ChinesePod - Beginner

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 13:07


Anyone who has lived in China knows that you can't make any new friends without Wechat! Today, in this newbie dialogue, we're showing you how to ask people out and add them on Wechat. Make sure to watch till the end! Joe has a little surprise for all of you! Episode link: https://www.chinesepod.com/4358

ChinesePod
Newbie | This Is My Wechat ID

ChinesePod

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 13:07


Anyone who has lived in China knows that you can't make any new friends without Wechat! Today, in this newbie dialogue, we're showing you how to ask people out and add them on Wechat. Make sure to watch till the end! Joe has a little surprise for all of you! Episode link: https://www.chinesepod.com/4358

Laowaicast - подкаст про Китай
про Китай в Испании

Laowaicast - подкаст про Китай

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 36:41


С кем еще обсудить китайцев в Испании, как не с Галиной Лытовой, которая долго прожила в Китае, а теперь вот живет на две страны между Гуанчжоу и Аликанте, где поют птички в декабре. Мы поговорили про менталитет, про то, умирают ли китайцы в Испании, про часы работы, про отношение к правилам, инвестиции в недвижимость, китайскую еду в Испании, страдает ли бизнес от закрытости в коронавирус и прочее иное. Если вы хотите быть меж двух миров - слушайте обязательно!Музыка: Namewee 黃明志 Ft. Anthony Perry 黃秋生【China Reggaeton 中國痛】Laowaicast выходит регулярно! Мы есть на всех основных платформах, в iTunes, Google Podcasts, на Яндекс.Музыке, Spotify и Youtube. Вопросы, пожелания и комментарии пишите на почту we@laowaicast.ru или на сайт.Поддержать проект:Дать донат! (Patreon, PayPal, Яндекс.Деньги, WeChat, Alipay).Поставьте Лаовайкасту пять звёзд в iTunesBTC: 1C6ePJcqLZTr6nEDoTCD8usenSju1TQ2p8ОГРОМНОЕ спасибо нашему главному патрону Дмитрию Брянцеву!Большое спасибо патронам MSYU, Maxim, Vasiliy Galkin, Мария, Павел Яковлев, Alex RomanovОтдельное спасибо патронам Полина Струкова, Evgeny Sher, Yaroslav, Andrej Fedotov, Wolfcub, Dmytro Gomov, Fooby, ZyablikСпасибо всем остальным за донаты: Anton Lokhanin, Oleg Fomin, Roman Drozhzhin, Mixei, Dmitry Erohin, Rastsislau Datsenka, Krotov, Petr Didenko, Lao Bu, Rod Iv, Asya Kalinina, Evgeny Kosolapov, Nikolay Antonchenko, Alexandr Skurikhin, Krukru Studio, Serge B, Julia Mensсhikowa

WMMR's Preston & Steve Daily Podcast
Daily Podcast (01.03.22)

WMMR's Preston & Steve Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 171:53


Quitting in Grand Fashion & We Chat w/ Ryan Arey of Screen Crush On this episode: News (00:00:00) Entertainment Report (00:08:55) Quitting in Grand Fashion(00:42:47) Bizarre Files (01:15:59)  The Noticer (01:24:10) Ryan Arey of Screen Crush News Zooms In (01:57:24) Bizarre Files (02:25:19) Hollywood Trash & Music News (02:34:10) Wrap Up (02:46:18) 

Bardo
70 Bardo Thoedel

Bardo

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 21:23


This is a teaching of Bardo Thoedel by Khenpo Pema Wangchuk given on WeChat. Bardo Thoedel which is believed to be a very precious teachings by given by Guru Padmasambhava in the Eight century.

ChinesePod - Intermediate
Pre-intermediate | Add Me on WeChat

ChinesePod - Intermediate

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 20:05


It's now one of the top five most used apps on the planet, but outside of the Sinosphere, few people know about it. It's WeChat! In this lesson, learn what the fuss is all about and how to join in on the fun. Episode link: https://www.chinesepod.com/2254

Albert说英闻
英文媒体报道恋爱盲盒-朗读版

Albert说英闻

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 0:33


关注公众号【Albert英语研习社】,0元报名《3天英语思维风暴营》直播大课,Albert带你巧用英语思维,听说读写译轻松进阶!South China Morning Post: Besides looking for a decent job, finding Mr. right is the other important thing for 25-year-old Shannon Yang, who's about to finish her postgraduate studies in Beijing. A shy woman whose classmates are mostly female, she decided to try a popular way to find her new romance after an unsuccessful relationship recently – dating blind boxes. By spending 9.9 yuan (US$1.55) on a blind box from a mini-application built into the WeChat platform, she got the contact and basic information of a guy who also wished for a blind date.�知识点 1 decent [ˈdiːsnt]得体的; 像样的 2 postgraduate [ˌpoʊstˈɡrædʒuət]研究生 3 blind box [blaɪnd bɑːks]盲盒 4 blind date [ˌblaɪnd ˈdeɪt] 相亲 ; 男女初次约会周邦琴Albert●没有名牌大学背景,没有英语专业背景●没有国外留学经历,没有英语生活环境●22岁成为500强公司英文讲师,录音素材全球员工使用●自学成为同声传译,25岁为瑞士总统翻译

Albert说英闻
英文媒体报道恋爱盲盒-讲解版

Albert说英闻

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 6:05


关注公众号【Albert英语研习社】,0元报名《3天英语思维风暴营》直播大课,Albert带你巧用英语思维,听说读写译轻松进阶!South China Morning Post: Besides looking for a decent job, finding Mr. right is the other important thing for 25-year-old Shannon Yang, who's about to finish her postgraduate studies in Beijing. A shy woman whose classmates are mostly female, she decided to try a popular way to find her new romance after an unsuccessful relationship recently – dating blind boxes. By spending 9.9 yuan (US$1.55) on a blind box from a mini-application built into the WeChat platform, she got the contact and basic information of a guy who also wished for a blind date.�知识点 1 decent [ˈdiːsnt]得体的; 像样的 2 postgraduate [ˌpoʊstˈɡrædʒuət]研究生 3 blind box [blaɪnd bɑːks]盲盒 4 blind date [ˌblaɪnd ˈdeɪt] 相亲 ; 男女初次约会周邦琴Albert●没有名牌大学背景,没有英语专业背景●没有国外留学经历,没有英语生活环境●22岁成为500强公司英文讲师,录音素材全球员工使用●自学成为同声传译,25岁为瑞士总统翻译

Laowaicast - подкаст про Китай
учи учя - школа китайского как выход

Laowaicast - подкаст про Китай

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 36:42


Макс Сапрыкин открыл онлайн-школу китайского языка. Зачем? Почему? Что делать, когда китайский преподавать начнут скоро из каждого утюга? Выгодно ли сие предприятие? Спойлер: Макс так и не сказал. Может ли русский преподавать китайский? Спойлер: Ну, каждый кулик свой болот хвалить. Что думают китайцы про Питер? Спойлер: только хорошее, ведь побеждает дружба.В общем, выпуск познавательный, интересный и полезный для тех, кто думает, открывать ли свою школу китайского языка.Грамота:铁粉 (tiěfěn) - верный фанат读万卷书不如行万里路 (dú wàn juǎn shū bù rú xíng wàn lǐ lù) - лучше пройти 10.000 ли, чем прочесть 10.000 книгПожелание с Новым Годом: 祝大家虎年大吉大利,大显身手,虎气冲天Музыка: 赵贝尔 《看不见的光》Чжао Бэйэр “Невидимый свет”Laowaicast выходит регулярно! Мы есть на всех основных платформах, в iTunes, Google Podcasts, на Яндекс.Музыке, Spotify и Youtube. Вопросы, пожелания и комментарии пишите на почту we@laowaicast.ru или на сайт.Поддержать проект:Дать донат! (Patreon, PayPal, Яндекс.Деньги, WeChat, Alipay).Поставьте Лаовайкасту пять звёзд в iTunesBTC: 1C6ePJcqLZTr6nEDoTCD8usenSju1TQ2p8ОГРОМНОЕ спасибо нашему главному патрону Дмитрию Брянцеву!Большое спасибо патронам MSYU, Maxim, Vasiliy Galkin, Мария, Павел Яковлев, Alex RomanovОтдельное спасибо патронам Полина Струкова, Evgeny Sher, Yaroslav, Andrej Fedotov, Wolfcub, Dmytro Gomov, Fooby, ZyablikСпасибо всем остальным за донаты: Anton Lokhanin, Oleg Fomin, Roman Drozhzhin, Mixei, Dmitry Erohin, Rastsislau Datsenka, Krotov, Petr Didenko, Lao Bu, Rod Iv, Asya Kalinina, Evgeny Kosolapov, Nikolay Antonchenko, Alexandr Skurikhin, Krukru Studio, Serge B, Julia Mensсhikowa

Laowaicast - подкаст про Китай
Гуанчжоу и Вичат - кто кого заборет

Laowaicast - подкаст про Китай

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 30:35


С Александром Юрловым я выяснял, какие прелести ждут туриста в Гуанчжоу и чем же так замечателен Вичат, чтобы в нем заводить официальные каналы. В итоге, про Гуанчжоу нашлись только хорошие слова, а вот про Вичат Александр меня не убедил ни в чем - впрочем, это может быть только мое проф-деформированное мнение.Грамота: 开门见山 (kāimén jiànshān) - открыть дверь и увидеть горы, обр. прямиком, перейти прямо к делу.Музыка: 鄧麗君《甜蜜蜜》Teresa Teng “Сладкая как мед [твоя улыбка]”Laowaicast выходит регулярно! Мы есть на всех основных платформах, в iTunes, Google Podcasts, на Яндекс.Музыке, Spotify и Youtube. Вопросы, пожелания и комментарии пишите на почту we@laowaicast.ru или на сайт.Поддержать проект:Дать донат! (Patreon, PayPal, Яндекс.Деньги, WeChat, Alipay).Поставьте Лаовайкасту пять звёзд в iTunesBTC: 1C6ePJcqLZTr6nEDoTCD8usenSju1TQ2p8ОГРОМНОЕ спасибо нашему главному патрону Дмитрию Брянцеву!Большое спасибо патронам MSYU, Maxim, Vasiliy Galkin, Мария, Павел Яковлев, Alex RomanovОтдельное спасибо патронам Полина Струкова, Evgeny Sher, Yaroslav, Andrej Fedotov, Wolfcub, Dmytro Gomov, Fooby, ZyablikСпасибо всем остальным за донаты: Anton Lokhanin, Oleg Fomin, Roman Drozhzhin, Mixei, Dmitry Erohin, Rastsislau Datsenka, Krotov, Petr Didenko, Lao Bu, Rod Iv, Asya Kalinina, Evgeny Kosolapov, Nikolay Antonchenko, Alexandr Skurikhin, Krukru Studio, Serge B, Julia Mensсhikowa

Mosaic of China
Mosaic of China with Oscar Fuchs: Bonus Episode from The Honest Drink

Mosaic of China

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 56:48


To mark the final episode of 2021, we're switching away from our usual programming to include an edited version of the discussion that Oscar had on The Honest Drink podcast. Recorded a few weeks ago, the conversation covers many aspects that we don't usually have a chance to explore in Mosaic of China, so I hope you'll enjoy listening to the different themes that emerge.   A big thanks to Justin, Howie and Aric for giving permission to share this on the feed for Mosaic of China. The original full episode can be found at https://thehonestdrink.libsyn.com/99-oscar-fuchs-warts-and-all. Here's wishing everyone a great end to 2021.   Subscribe to the PREMIUM version, see the visuals, and/or follow the full transcript for this episode at https://mosaicofchina.com/season-02-bonus-the-honest-drink   Join the community on Instagram (https://instagram.com/oscology), LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/mosaicofchina), Facebook (https://facebook.com/mosaicofchina) or WeChat (https://mosaicofchina.com/wechat).

Opinions and Beer
Christmas Legends and Myths - Brooklyn Black Ops Stout

Opinions and Beer

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 54:04


Christmas Legends and Myths - Brooklyn Black Ops Stout   Yule Cats? Baby Jesus Coin Lady??  We Chat some alternate Christmas Tales From around the world while sippin on Brooklyn Black Ops Stout!    #horror #legends #Christmas2021

mixxio — podcast diario de tecnología

Log4Shell es el bug del siglo / Un tornado mata a seis empleados de Amazon / Accidente laboral en el hogar / ICANN busca más aceptación de alfabetos / Parchean el fallo del 911 en Android / Google Play Games en Windows Patrocinador: Descubre los nuevos Xiaomi 11T y Xiaomi 11T Pro https://www.mi.com/es/product/xiaomi-11t/, dos móviles de cine que tienen todo lo que necesitas: una pantalla de 120 Hz para el disfrute permanente de tus ojos, y una carga ultra-rápida de 120W que permite recargar tu móvil por completo en tan solo 17 minutos. https://www.mi.com/es/product/xiaomi-11t-pro Log4Shell es el bug del siglo / Un tornado mata a seis empleados de Amazon / Accidente laboral en el hogar / ICANN busca más aceptación de alfabetos / Parchean el fallo del 911 en Android / Google Play Games en Windows

Laowaicast - подкаст про Китай
китайский видеосалон и темные пять элементов

Laowaicast - подкаст про Китай

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 47:35


В телеграмм-канале “Китайский видеосалон” публикуются тонны видео, показывающие некоторые аспекты китайской жизни, которые зрители извне иначе и не увидят. Амир рассказал о темном пентакле китайской жизни, с которым уже много столетий борются власти и, наконец-то, одерживают победу!Грамота: 吃喝嫖赌 (chīhēpiáodǔ) - есть, пить, предаваться разврату и азартным играмМузыка: 陈雷激《广陵散》Чэнь Лэйцзи “Гуанлинсань”Laowaicast выходит регулярно! Мы есть на всех основных платформах, в iTunes, Google Podcasts, на Яндекс.Музыке, Spotify и Youtube. Вопросы, пожелания и комментарии пишите на почту we@laowaicast.ru или на сайт.Поддержать проект:Дать донат! (Patreon, PayPal, Яндекс.Деньги, WeChat, Alipay).Поставьте Лаовайкасту пять звёзд в iTunesBTC: 1C6ePJcqLZTr6nEDoTCD8usenSju1TQ2p8ОГРОМНОЕ спасибо нашему главному патрону Дмитрию Брянцеву!Большое спасибо патронам MSYU, Maxim, Vasiliy Galkin, Мария, Павел Яковлев, Alex RomanovОтдельное спасибо патронам Полина Струкова, Evgeny Sher, Yaroslav, Andrej Fedotov, Wolfcub, Dmytro Gomov, Fooby, ZyablikСпасибо всем остальным за донаты: Anton Lokhanin, Oleg Fomin, Roman Drozhzhin, Mixei, Dmitry Erohin, Rastsislau Datsenka, Krotov, Petr Didenko, Lao Bu, Rod Iv, Asya Kalinina, Evgeny Kosolapov, Nikolay Antonchenko, Alexandr Skurikhin, Krukru Studio, Serge B

The Future, This Week
The Future, This Week 14 Dec 21: making leisure work

The Future, This Week

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 22:54


This week: how should we spend our time off? How making leisure time productive is making us efficient but also unhappy and what we can do about it Sandra Peter (Sydney Business Insights) and Kai Riemer (Digital Futures Research Group) meet once a week to put their own spin on news that is impacting the future of business in The Future, This Week. You can find transcripts, links for the curious and more episodes on our website: https://sbi.sydney.edu.au/making-leisure-work-on-the-future-this-week/ Subscribe to our new podcast, The Unlearn Project. You can follow us to keep updated with our latest insights on Flipboard, LinkedIn, Twitter and WeChat. Send us your news ideas to sbi@sydney.edu.au. We read your emails. Music by Cinephonix.

Spectator Radio
Chinese Whispers: the power of Weibo

Spectator Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 39:24


When the tennis star Peng Shuai had a row with her former lover, the retired Party cadre Zhang Gaoli, she took to Weibo, the Chinese social media platform, where she had half a million followers. It was in that statement that she accused Zhang of starting their affair with sexual assault. The statement was taken down within minutes, demonstrating the power, speed – and, arguably, the manual nature – of China's online censors. On this podcast, we've previously talked about the nature of journalism in China – but what about social media, that inherently decentralised medium? What role does the digital space play in Chinese lives, how reliable is it as a source of Chinese public opinion, and how do people feel about being monitored and, potentially, censored? On the podcast, Cindy Yu speaks to Manya Koetse, the founder of whatsonweibo.com, which collates and translates the latest trends and topics from the platform into English; as well as Shen Lu, a reporter for Protocol who covers China and tech. With Manya, they muse about what censorship does to a nation's online discussion: the focus turns to policy issues like health and safety standards, or more superficial discussions like pets and travel. Yet during the early days of the pandemic last year, we both witnessed an incredible night where, on Weibo, WeChat, and other platforms, Dr Li Wenliang's death prompted a universal outpouring of grief. Manya tells Cindy that:  ‘Dr Li was a story that was too big to censor... censoring all of those discussions would have actually caused more unrest'. Since the pandemic, the digital sphere has also become more nationalistic:  'The Hong Kong protests definitely was the moment when I saw this new wave of nationalism online, which you've always had, but especially the last two years it's been so clear. Covid-19 has only strengthened the wave that started back then'Cindy also speaks to Shen Lu, who tells her about her experience being censored on Weibo when reporting on China's MeToo movement. Censorship has only become worse in recent years – she says: ' I can no longer tell which friend is which, because we started to self-censor'. More optimistically though, Lu tells Cindy that all the same political conversations among liberal minded young Chinese are still happening – simply offline, these days.

Chinese Whispers
The power of Weibo

Chinese Whispers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 39:24


When the tennis star Peng Shuai had a row with her former lover, the retired Party cadre Zhang Gaoli, she took to Weibo, the Chinese social media platform, where she had half a million followers. It was in that statement that she accused Zhang of starting their affair with sexual assault. The statement was taken down within minutes, demonstrating the power, speed – and, arguably, the manual nature – of China's online censors. On this podcast, we've previously talked about the nature of journalism in China – but what about social media, that inherently decentralised medium? What role does the digital space play in Chinese lives, how reliable is it as a source of Chinese public opinion, and how do people feel about being monitored and, potentially, censored? On the podcast, I speak to Manya Koetse, the founder of whatsonweibo.com, which collates and translates the latest trends and topics from the platform into English; as well as Shen Lu, a reporter for Protocol who covers China and tech. With Manya, we muse about what censorship does to a nation's online discussion: the focus turns to policy issues like health and safety standards, or more superficial discussions like pets and travel. Yet during the early days of the pandemic last year, we both witnessed an incredible night where, on Weibo, WeChat, and other platforms, Dr Li Wenliang's death prompted a universal outpouring of grief. Manya tells me that:  ‘Dr Li was a story that was too big to censor... censoring all of those discussions would have actually caused more unrest'. Since the pandemic, the digital sphere has also become more nationalistic:  'The Hong Kong protests definitely was the moment when I saw this new wave of nationalism online, which you've always had, but especially the last two years it's been so clear. Covid-19 has only strengthened the wave that started back then'I also speak to Shen Lu, who tells me about her experience being censored on Weibo when reporting on China's MeToo movement. Censorship has only become worse in recent years – she tells me: ' I can no longer tell which friend is which, because we started to self-censor'. More optimistically though, Lu tells me that all the same political conversations among liberal minded young Chinese are still happening – simply offline, these days.

Your Undivided Attention
A Fresh Take on Tech in China

Your Undivided Attention

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 48:37


Who do you think the Chinese government considers its biggest rival? The United States, right? Actually, the Chinese government considers its biggest rival to be its own technology companies. It's China's tech companies who threaten its capacity to build a competitive China. That's why the Chinese government is cracking down on social media — for example, by limiting the number of hours youth can play video games, and banning cell phone use in schools. China's restrictions on social media use may be autocratic, but may also protect users more than what we see coming from the US government.It's a complicated picture.This week on Your Undivided Attention, we're having a surprising conversation about technology in China. Here to give us a fresh take are two guests: investor, analyst, and co-host of the Tech Buzz China podcast Rui Ma, and China internet expert and author of Alibaba: The House That Jack Ma Built, Duncan Clark.

Dave Wakeman's The Business of Fun Podcast
Ilya Kratsov teaches me about super apps, SE Asia, and ticketing the unbanked

Dave Wakeman's The Business of Fun Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 36:52


My guest today is Ilya Kratsov from PouchNation. A company based in SE Asia that does tremendous business around monetization, ticketing, event access, and technology in SE Asia.  This was a cool conversation because I hadn't really had a chance to feature anyone from SE Asia on the podcast and we got into a bunch of interesting topics like emerging markets, super apps like WeChat, technology adaptation, the reason entertainment is a sign of a stabilizing country, and much more.  Come check out the Booking Protect folks at INTIX in Orlando. Mr. Dave will be there hanging with Hayley, Cat, and Cath. They can show you undated data that highlights how important refund protection has become to re-opening venues and the recovery of the live event industry in countries around the world.  I've also put together a great panel featuring Hayley, Derek from Project Admission, and Einar from Activity Stream.  I'm doing a price course with an education company and I need to see how many people would be interested in learning more about the course.  It's called, "Set the Right F#$%^! Price" and to be notified when I get ready to launch the BETA, fill out this form.  Get the Talking Tickets newsletter. Top stories, analysis, and action items delivered every Friday, FREE. 

No Sharding - The Solana Podcast
Gateways to Public Blockchains Ep #56

No Sharding - The Solana Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 23:56


Live from Breakpoint 2021, Ali Yahya (a16z) moderates a discussion about wallets, custody and the User Control Layer with Brandon Millman (Phantom), Filip Dragoslavic (Solrise) and Maria Phillips (Slope Finance). 00:10 - Intro02:32 - Custodial vs. Non-custodial models for keys holding07:11 - Education is key11:37 - Building on top of user-controlled layers16:48 - Unbundling Wallets20:04 - Mobile vs. Desktop  Ali (00:10):All right, welcome everyone. So today we have a great panel to talk about the user control layer. So everything that has to do with UX, interfaces, wallets, how people use their private keys to interact with blockchains, and how all of that plays into web 3.0, and the things that are being built in DeFi, NFTs, et cetera. And we've got only 20 minutes, unfortunately, which is an egregiously short period of time to cover such a meaty topic, but excited for it. It's going to be a great conversation. I'm going to start by letting our panelists, maybe introduce themselves. Maybe one minute kind of introduction, and then we can dive in. Does that sound good?Filip (00:50):That sounds good. I'm Filip from Solflare. We actually built the first wallet on solana. That was actually before magnet, July last year. And Solflare was the first taking wallet, and right now we have over 20% of solana circling supplies stake through Solflare, and we are expanding onto all platforms. We have a web browser, we have a browser extension. We just launched mobile on Friday. And we are just looking to give all our users the opportunity to access Solflare from whichever platform they want to. And that's what we're all about.Brandon (01:37):Hey, everyone, I'm, I'm Brandon Millman. I'm the CEO and co-founder of Phantom. Just got started back in May, and it's just been such an awesome journey. I just wanted to say thanks to everyone in the audience and listening back at home for helping support us on this journey, and to hit 1 million users recently. Each and one of you are one in a million to me, so really appreciate it.Maria (02:03):Hi everyone. I'm Maria Phillips with Slope Finance, I'm head of communications. Slope Finance was the first mobile wallet on solana and we have over 150,000 downloads and an MAU of 95%. We are mobile first. Yeah, fantastic. Delighted to be here today.Ali (02:23):Amazing. Well, thank you guys. Well, let's start with, I think one of the basic questions about how user interfaces should interact with a blockchain. And that is the question of whether the keys should be held by the user, or if those keys should be held, or might be held by a company in the middle, like say a company like Coinbase or a company like that, where that would be kind of a custodial model versus having things being non-custodial and sitting at the edges. And I think we all kind of know what the ethos of this space is, but of course there are many trade offs. And so I'm curious to talk through how you guys think about those trade offs, and what are the kinds of things that we can do to empower the user as much as we possibly can.Filip (03:04):There's two different approaches like custodial and noncustodial. Noncustodial is in a true spirit of crypto where you actually control the keys. You control their finances and no one can actually take it away from you. I talked to someone from Algeria and he told me how important that is for them.Ali (03:24):Yeah.Filip (03:25):Since I don't live in a country like that, I didn't know that's so important for them because at one point in time, someone can actually get something from the bank account, they lose everything. But on the other hand, all people are actually used to, don't have that responsibility of just holding all their finances with them. So we have bank accounts, we trust banks with our money and it's going to be a long road to educate old people, to get from the custodial to the non-custodial thing. And I don't think that it's ever going to happen in a big way, but as all crypto people here are, we are like early adopters and we want to try new things, but the vast majority will always stay non-custodial. And there's always going to be those two approaches.Ali (04:19):Yeah. Makes sense. What do you think, Brandon?Brandon (04:22):Yeah, I'll start off by saying that at Phantom, our goal is to make the decentralized web safe and easy to use for everyone. And you know, what that means is expanding past like the very small number of users we have now to tens of millions and billions in the future. But you know, the thing is that giving private keys directly to users, is sort of akin to giving them keys to like a super car Ferrari, it's like super powerful, but not everyone needs all that power. And I'll say, actually, I think there's actually more than just this dichotomy of like non-custodial and custodial. It is actually a bit of a range of different techniques that are kind of somewhat in the middle. So I think there's things like social recovery, multi-party computation, premier secret sharing, tourists, those sort of things. And I think all of those techniques have not really been given the chance to really been taken to their like full extent. So yeah, we're really excited to kind of explore a lot of those options and sort of bring more custodial flavor, to non custodial tools.Maria (05:32):When we look at our user base, okay, number one, India, number two, US and number three, Malaysia. Everyone of our customers really are accessing via mobile, and that onboarding, and that access is a huge concern to us to make it as easy as possible. So we are looking at different innovations in this space. And especially because we're looking at being the gateway from web 2.0 to web 3.0, and being able to link activities in decentralized identity is what we're calling it. Being able to identify people in specific ways, according to their activities. And hopefully we're going to use that to lower the access and entry barrier for our customers to make it as easy as possible. And a better experienceFilip (06:16):Just wanted to add that actually education is so important and just getting people to know how crypto actually works and why is it so good for them? That's actually one of the things that, what we actually launched our sulfur academy. So we have blogs and guides to capture the users and tell them, okay, this is how works. Because there's a lot of scams out there. I mean, we both know that because before we actually launched mobile, we have caught three fake wallets. We actually met one of the developers who made those fake wallets reached out to us. And told us, oh, I'm so happy that you're using our wallet at the wallet that I made. And he was actually commissioned by someone else to produce fake wallets for Solflare and Phantom. So that was mind blown to us. He felt so bad, but he didn't know that. And so education is key actually to preventing users, for getting scammed and actually get so burnt that they say, oh, okay, all crypto is a scam. So that's why...Ali (07:22):I think this point of education is really good because I think there are two philosophies in this space. One of them is crypto wants to be seen. This is a line from Cavan, who's a founder of foundation. And his view is over time, people should become aware of what crypto is. People should become aware of the way that private keys work. They should become aware of the fact that holding your own private key is very different than signing into a web 2.0 service. And that's one philosophy that these things will become front and center. And that education will be a big piece of this and that you actually, as an application developer, should not be trying to hide it away, right. That you should not be trying to fully abstract it such that the user actually does not know anymore that they're interacting with a blockchain.Ali (08:05):And then a different philosophy would be more like a product and a very pragmatic point of view, which is people have a very hard time understanding how all of this works. And so instead, what you should do is you should abstract it away. You should make it look as much like a web 2.0 thing as possible, so that you can get people on board. And then over time, maybe you shift towards a more kind of web 3.0 native user pattern. And those are two very different ways of building a product. And I'm curious how you guys think about that. I mean, your point about education, how do you think about education?Filip (08:38):Yeah, I think educating users is actually the key to it. I mean, they don't need to know like 90% of it.Ali (08:45):Yeah.Filip (08:45):It's totally fine if they do the very basics and if they interact with, for example, much more complicated protocols, they don't need to know what goes on in the background.Ali (08:55):Right.Filip (08:55):But they need to know when the app says, okay, you're now signing a transaction, what end means on the blockchain. And this is the only thing that they should know. And we should actually push as an industry, users to educate themselves just in those basics.Brandon (09:15):I feel like none of us here really know what the final conclusion of all of this web 3.0 tech is really going to look like. And I think we're just so early in the vast majority of people who are going to use these centralized technologies have not really used it yet.Ali (09:30):Yeah.Brandon (09:30):But I agree. User education is super important. Support is another thing that we've seen that's super important. Unfortunately, the status quo nowadays is to kind of throw everyone into this zoo of a discord and let whatever happen. And unfortunately, a lot of projects basically just turn a blind eye to what happens in there. All these scams happen, people get DMed and whatever. So yeah, I think we really all need to take a much more user focused approach, not just in the applications themselves, but in, around just all of the surrounding infrastructure, support, education, et cetera.Ali (10:06):Yeah.Maria (10:07):Financial literacy and traditional financial services isn't great either to be honest.Ali (10:11):Yeah.Maria (10:12):But I do see this whole e-commerce space that we're involved in and looking at, I think that is a way to bring people into the space to understand it better.Ali (10:20):Yeah.Maria (10:21):If they start using cryptocurrencies or if they start using this in their normal daily shopping or activities, this is a way for them to understand that it's safe. You know, I paid for something, I got it. Yay. This is good. That's a real great way for them to understand and onboard in a really low level way, but get there.Ali (10:41):Completely.Filip (10:42):I just wanted to touch on the topic that Brandon actually mentioned, with support. We both did in our discords, people get scammed and stuff like that. So we tried everything. So we take this try and see what works approach. So we tried with telegram, we tried with discord. Yep. But people always get scammed. So I think we're launching periods to our live chat support on the website, but it's always like this fine line of, okay, how do you actually provide the users the best experience, but that they also feel still completely anonymous. It all depends on that fine line, and we need to see what works best actually.Ali (11:22):Completely. Well I think this actually segues well into how a user control layer application like a wallet or other kind of applications at that layer enable developers to build on top of them. Right. And I think that there's another kind of spectrum of different schools of thought or different approaches in that world as well, where you can think of meta mask or the kind of wallet that is very un-opinionated about how developers build things on top, as being on one end of the spectrum where you can really just sign anything using meta mass, you can sign just a binary blob because it doesn't provide you with very much context as to what it is that you're doing. And it's really on the developer to inform you as to what you're signing actually is.Ali (12:18):And then on the other end of the spectrum, can be much more opinionated about how the wallet integrates with specific applications, such that the wallet itself, the team who builds the wallet itself might integrate directly with a protocol that does lending. One example on ethereum world would be compound, you integrate with compound directly. And then there's a whole spectrum in the middle where a wallet could provide the tools for developers to build applications for it that are standard. And that give a little bit more structure and context for what that integration should look like, but it's not done by the team itself. And it enables an ecosystem to kind of emerge, to improve what the user experience might look like by enabling them to do things in a way that's more structured. So I think we need certain standards that help us build these applications in a way that are intuitive. And I'm curious how you guys think about this factor, or if you agree with it and, and where you guys kind of land on it philosophically.Brandon (13:19):Sure. Yeah. I can lead. Again, I'll preface everything by saying that we're in this mass experimentation phase where a lot of things are still being figured out. That being said, I feel like some of the walls that you've alluded to that have done more plugin type architecture. So namely origin, I feel like have sort of been left in the past a little bit, just because they were not really able to keep up with the explosion of all of these permissionless daps.Ali (13:50):Yep.Brandon (13:51):And, therefore were not really able to sort of participate in the network effect that gets created between daps and the users of those wallets. And so our opinion right now is to keep it very permissionless. Keep the current model going, as it has a lot of momentum and all of that. But again, that being said, I feel like we still have yet to see the final conclusion of all this, so things are always changingFilip (14:19):There's different trade offs between both approaches because if you integrated directly into the wallet, so firstly, the UX is going to be way better. And you could actually provide safe haven for all those new users because the permissionless world is the wild west. So you have like five great applications, you have five applications that will actually scam your money, so you could actually protect them. But on the other hand, you actually are gate keeping with your wallet. So this is why the panel is called whole user control layer. So the wallet actually dictates to which application the user can actually connect. And this may not always be in the best interest of the user because maybe that wallet has, for example, a business model with the dap that they have. So this is one part of it, in a permissionless system, the other thing applies.Filip (15:22):So there's inherent risk. And if we're going that way, then we need to go back to the previous topic and that is education. So if we educate them, then it's completely fine to do as permissionless because they know what they're doing. But if there's a big influx of new users who are just coming into the space, wanting to experience something and they want to do it quickly without educating themselves, we're in a really tough spot with permissionless systems. But as Brandon pointed out, we're so early, we don't know which way is actually going to work best. So I think there will be wallets with different approaches and we'll see which one is going to be the most successful one, which the users will actually choose that perspective.Ali (16:10):Completely. Do you want to add something Maria?Maria (16:12):Yeah. We have integrated with over 80 daps, but we're very lucky, we have 35 engineers, and we've created a standardized way for them to come to us and work with us and partner. So that's been fantastic and it grows, our list is growing, we're meeting people here, so happy to connect.Ali (16:29):And Maria are those integrations integrations that the team has pushed forward, or are those collaborations with the teams, or I'm curious how they end up working.Maria (16:40):It's collaborative. Yeah. Yeah. We absolutely work with them and make sure that they integrate with us seamlessly.Ali (16:46):I think an interesting question that also duck tails with what we're talking about here, with respect to integrations, is whether it's possible to kind of unbundle what a wallet is. And I mean, there are kind of standards out there that are being pioneered to things like wallet connect and I'm curious how you guys think of what the actual kind of user controls layer looks like. What are the various different components? What are the roles of that piece of the stack and how you think about what you're doing plays with that?Brandon (17:20):The wallet is actually, in its current form, a very complicated multifaceted product. So there's so many different parts. So not only in the app and outside of it. So inside the app, there's things like key management, there's things that people expect, like being able to do everything that you expect from your tokens.Ali (17:39):Yeah.Brandon (17:40):And if view, NFTs, swap tokens, like interact with daps and all that. And so it is a very challenging thing to juggle all of those things at once, especially in such a fast moving environment. And I think we're already seeing those sort of things, getting unbundled with like NFT viewing specific daps and daps that are more geared towards very fine gain grain control of your token accounts and things like that. And so I could see a world where they get unbundled, but I could also see a world where someone's kind of able to solve all those things, and under one umbrella,Filip (18:26):That's an interesting question. So it's basically the WeChat and other things. So is it a super app that can do everything?Ali (18:34):Yeah.Filip (18:34):Or is it an app that does one specific thing and then lets you connect to others? I think a really interesting approach is actually to have that super app, but in a light version. So you, the let the users do very basic operations with NFTs, with SPL tokens, with whatever they want to, because the space is evolving so fast, user demand is shifting from one week to the other and if a wallet can end up fast enough, then they could provide them those basic functionalities. But if they want to do some really heavy, deep stuff, then it's almost certainly going to be unbundled because you can't have 50 different integrations, fully integrated into the app. This just becomes exploded at one point. Especially on mobile. Dap is doable.Ali (19:35):Yep.Filip (19:35):But mobile, when you're limited with space, it's going to be almost impossible.Ali (19:42):Completely.Maria (19:43):For us, it's the super app approach. We love to keep our customers internally within the app. And you know, we do everything from activities, news, ranking centrally in the app. That's what we're trying to do, and it keeps our open rate really high as well.Ali (19:59):Yeah. Well, in a related question, which you alluded to is the question of mobile versus desktop and how the patterns of usage of web 3.0 and crypto might evolve and what might become the dominant vector for using keys for interacting with web 3.0 apps. What are your thoughts? How do you guys think that this will evolve?Brandon (20:20):Yeah, it's interesting. Because I feel like web 3.0 on mobile in more recent memory has had a hard time sort of getting started.Ali (20:30):Yeah.Brandon (20:30):And I think it's actually a function of the user base that has been using blockchain apps for the past couple years, which it has been more of like this prosumer DeFi type of user that prefers using complex DeFi apps on desktop. But what we're seeing now, I think is a couple paradigm shifts that are really setting the stage up for mobile. So first is this kind of new cohort of users that is much more NFT focused, and therefore a lot more casual. And so I think those people actually expect a really polished mobile experience. So I think that's one paradigm shift that's happening. And the second one is why we're all here today, is scalable and cheap blockchains, which their nature actually lends themselves much, much better to a mobile environment. So I think those two things are actually setting us up for the sort of new age of like web 3.0 on mobile. Which I think was not as tenable as before.Maria (21:37):Well for us, it's definitely mobile. Okay. We do have a Chrome extension as well, but for our customers, they don't really have laptops. It's very much mobile and that's their experience and how they onboard and how they continue to access. So it's definitely mobile for Slope.Filip (21:53):I'll go back to the last point and I'd say, it's going to be mixed. So you're going to do complex operations on a desktop, most certainly because mobile won't have the ability to provide them, but I see actually mobile and mobile wallet as your signing device for everything. When you connect to your desktop application, you just sign it with mobile. So because it's much more secure on mobile. I can't imagine myself, I can't imagine a lot of people actually, I don't know, sitting on a couch with a laptop open and browsing NFTs, as opposed to just sitting on a couch and browsing NFTs from their mobile app.Ali (22:38):Yeah. Yeah.Filip (22:39):And buying, selling. I want to connect to radio and harvest my farm in the morning from mobile. I don't want to do it from a desktop, open the desktop, type in radio, something like that.Ali (22:51):Yeah, it does feel as like, as web 3.0 begins to intersect more with a consumer world, mobile becomes increasingly more important as a result.Filip (23:01):Completely. Especially with NFTs.Ali (23:03):Yeah.Filip (23:05):Because NFTs and games in particular, so all those web 3.0 games are going to provide a huge user base, actually that is younger, the opportunity to experience crypto. And then you need a mobile wallet because all those mobile games will need a wallet.Ali (23:20):Of course.Filip (23:21):Unless they integrate one themselves, but talking to a lot of them, they don't want that responsibility because it's actually hard to build a wallet and maintain a wallet for it to be safe and secure for all users.Ali (23:33):Completely agreed. All right. Well, I think this is a good point to wrap the conversation. Thank you very much for joining us. This was awesome. This was awesome.

Laowaicast - подкаст про Китай
Въездной туризм: прошлое, пауза и приходящее

Laowaicast - подкаст про Китай

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 44:14


С Полиной Рысаковой мы обсудили наболевшие и отболевшие темы китайского въездного туризма - что делали китайские гиды, где вращались китайские деньги, кто стриг баранов и в конце концов, почему если это не нравилось всем, все этим занимались.Поговорили и про паузу, наступившую при коронавирусе, про туманное будущее и переквалификацию части тех, кто в свое время оказался вовлечен в эту профессию.Грамота:羊毛出在羊身上 (yángmáo chū zài yángshēn shang) - досл. овечья шерсть растет на овце (обр. бесплатных завтраков не бывает)导游累了,所以走了 - гид устал и поэтому ушел.Музыка: 任賢齊 Richie Jen【心太軟】 Слишком мягкое сердцеLaowaicast выходит регулярно! Мы есть на всех основных платформах, в iTunes, Google Podcasts, на Яндекс.Музыке, Spotify и Youtube. Вопросы, пожелания и комментарии пишите на почту we@laowaicast.ru или на сайт.Поддержать проект:Дать донат! (Patreon, PayPal, Яндекс.Деньги, WeChat, Alipay).Поставьте Лаовайкасту пять звёзд в iTunesBTC: 1C6ePJcqLZTr6nEDoTCD8usenSju1TQ2p8ОГРОМНОЕ спасибо нашему главному патрону Дмитрию Брянцеву!Большое спасибо патронам MSYU, Maxim, Vasiliy Galkin, Мария, Павел Яковлев, Alex RomanovОтдельное спасибо патронам Полина Струкова, Evgeny Sher, Yaroslav, Andrej Fedotov, Wolfcub, Dmytro Gomov, Fooby, ZyablikСпасибо всем остальным за донаты: Anton Lokhanin, Oleg Fomin, Roman Drozhzhin, Mixei, Dmitry Erohin, Rastsislau Datsenka, Krotov, Petr Didenko, Lao Bu, Rod Iv, Asya Kalinina, Evgeny Kosolapov, Nikolay Antonchenko, Alexandr Skurikhin, Krukru Studio, Serge B 

Mosaic of China
Season 02 Compilation: China News Sources

Mosaic of China

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 17:13


Today's special compilation from Season 02 is all about where people get their news and information from about China. Around the world, news and journalism continues to get more consolidated, more digitalised, and more aggregated onto social media. And China is no exception. But there is still a host of different sources to help people discover more about what's happening on the ground. So I hope you can find a few nuggets of inspiration in today's episode. Subscribe to the PREMIUM version, see the visuals, and/or follow the full transcript for this episode at https://mosaicofchina.com/season-02-compilation-06-china-news-sources Join the community on Instagram (https://instagram.com/oscology), LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/mosaicofchina), Facebook (https://facebook.com/mosaicofchina) or WeChat (https://mosaicofchina.com/wechat).

The Future, This Week
The Future, This Week 6 Dec 21: best business books 2021

The Future, This Week

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 29:43


This week: corporate self-help, schadenfreude, tech broccoli, and real eyeopeners: our 2021 best business books for your Christmas list. Sandra Peter (Sydney Business Insights) and Kai Riemer (Digital Futures Research Group) meet once a week to put their own spin on news that is impacting the future of business in The Future, This Week. You can find transcripts, links for the curious and more episodes on our website: https://sbi.sydney.edu.au/best-business-books-of-2021-on-the-future-this-week/ Subscribe to our new podcast, The Unlearn Project. You can follow us to keep updated with our latest insights on Flipboard, LinkedIn, Twitter and WeChat. Send us your news ideas to sbi@sydney.edu.au. We read your emails. Music by Cinephonix.

China Jedi: Expat Life | Chinese Culture | Business | Travel | China
China Jedi Talk: E14 – From China to Bali (Part 2)

China Jedi: Expat Life | Chinese Culture | Business | Travel | China

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2021


In this episode (Part 2/2) China Jedi TALK to fitness guru Kara Wutzke, who last appeared on episode 9 of the China Jedi show back in 2017! They discuss her huge successes in the world of health and fitness as well as her exciting new move from the hustle and bustle of Guangzhou to the peaceful and beautiful island of Bali. Amidst the fears of the plandemic and the mental and physical lock downs spread by the controlovirus, this is a refreshing, upbeat story, which will motivate you to make those big life decisions and make them actually happen! For those living, working or travelling in China or interested in learning about Chinese culture, language, expat life and foreigners perceptions. Live, work, travel, teach, speak Chinese, do business and have fun in China. May the smile be with you! To connect with Kara, add her on WeChat ("wutzke") or via Instagram @ "kara.wutzke".

WMMR's Preston & Steve Daily Podcast
Daily Podcast (12.01.21)

WMMR's Preston & Steve Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 180:15


Casey's Heimlich Maneuver Story & We Chat with Carter Oosterhouse On this episode: News (00:00:00) Entertainment Report (00:11:24) Heimlich Maneuver & CPR (00:45:16) Bizarre Files (01:12:33)  Odds & Ends (01:24:16) Carter Oosterhouse Checks In & Christmas Trees (02:00:13s) Bizarre Files (02:31:25) Hollywood Trash & Music News (02:39:53) Wrap Up (02:54:13) 

Laowaicast - подкаст про Китай
тичер поневоле

Laowaicast - подкаст про Китай

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 39:51


Жизнь толкнула Александра Глотова в объятия Китая, а Китай в объятия тичерства. Он оказался в Шанхае с 2000 юаней и шоколадкой “Аленка”. Ему было негде ночевать. Но все выправилось и было в шоколаде до тех пор, пока не пришлось идти на минус второй этаж визового центра.Слушайте правдивую историю переезда с кредитом из Барнаула в Шанхай - она полна радостей и страхов, учительства и познавания, детской милоты и детской же стеклянности глаз.Выпуск без грамоты и с неожиданным концом!Да, и дослушав выпуск до конца, оставляйте ваши комментарии и вопросы Александру.Музыка: 2020教师节主题曲 «谢谢有你» Песня на День Учителя 2020 “Спасибо, что у нас есть вы”Laowaicast выходит регулярно! Мы есть на всех основных платформах, в iTunes, Google Podcasts, на Яндекс.Музыке, Spotify и Youtube. Вопросы, пожелания и комментарии пишите на почту we@laowaicast.ru или на сайт.Поддержать проект:Дать донат! (Patreon, PayPal, Яндекс.Деньги, WeChat, Alipay).Поставьте Лаовайкасту пять звёзд в iTunesBTC: 1C6ePJcqLZTr6nEDoTCD8usenSju1TQ2p8ОГРОМНОЕ спасибо нашему главному патрону Дмитрию Брянцеву!Большое спасибо патронам MSYU, Maxim, Vasiliy Galkin, Мария, Павел Яковлев, Alex RomanovОтдельное спасибо патронам Полина Струкова, Evgeny Sher, Yaroslav, Andrej Fedotov, Wolfcub, Dmytro Gomov, Fooby, ZyablikСпасибо всем остальным за донаты: Anton Lokhanin, Oleg Fomin, Roman Drozhzhin, Mixei, Dmitry Erohin, Rastsislau Datsenka, Krotov, Petr Didenko, Lao Bu, Rod Iv, Asya Kalinina, Evgeny Kosolapov, Nikolay Antonchenko, Alexandr Skurikhin, Krukru Studio, Serge B 

The Future, This Week
The Future, This Week 26 Nov 21: cobalt, not exactly the new oil

The Future, This Week

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 29:41


This week: all about cobalt, a behind the scenes look at the challenges of transitioning to renewable energy technologies. Sandra Peter (Sydney Business Insights) and Kai Riemer (Digital Futures Research Group) meet once a week to put their own spin on news that is impacting the future of business in The Future, This Week. You can find transcripts, links for the curious and more episodes on our website: https://sbi.sydney.edu.au/cobalt-not-exactly-the-new-oil-on-the-future-this-week/ Subscribe to our new podcast, The Unlearn Project. You can follow us to keep updated with our latest insights on Flipboard, LinkedIn, Twitter and WeChat. Send us your news ideas to sbi@sydney.edu.au. We read your emails. Music by Cinephonix.

Foundr Magazine Podcast with Nathan Chan
385: How to Build a Profitable Manufacturing Relationship with Sourcing Specialist Kian Golzari

Foundr Magazine Podcast with Nathan Chan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 18:29


Your relationship with a supplier is one of the most important aspects of running a business. That's why we're chatting with Kian Golzari, a sourcing specialist who has designed, developed, sourced, and manufactured over 2,500 products. Kian has manufactured products for the NBA, United Nations, Olympic Games, Ministry of Defense, and top athletes like Neymar Jr.    Listen to Nathan and Kian discuss:  How he sourced products for the 2012 Olympic Games in London  How to source a supplier on Alibaba Using whiskey and WeChat to build a personal relationship with a supplier What you should look for when visiting a factory  Why you should disassemble your product  Canton Fair, China's international import and export fair Why you should have a universal specification sheet for negotiating with suppliers  How to imitate and innovate products that manufacturers have already made  And much more supplier and manufacturing tips...   Who do you want to see next on the podcast? Comment and let us know! And don't forget to leave us a 5-star review if you loved this episode.   Wait, there's more… If you enjoy the Foundr podcast, check out our free trainings. Get exclusive, actionable advice from some of the world's best entrepreneurs.    For more Foundr content, follow us on your favorite platform:  Foundr.com Instagram YouTube Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Magazine

Laowaicast - подкаст про Китай
астрофизик в Китае: звезды тернии

Laowaicast - подкаст про Китай

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 46:51


С Маратом Мусиным мы поговорили о науке в Китае, оборудовании и людях, телескопах и кондиционерах, свободе и гонениях, науке без границ и ограничениях культур. А также об интеллектальных развлечениях в условиях коронавируса и причинах не учить китайский. Очень познавательный выпуск у нас получился, жаль я только не смог задать ни одного научного вопроса…Емайл Марата: marat.musin@gmail.comГрамота: 再来一杯 (zàilái yībēi) - давай еще один стакан!Музыка: 张柏芝《星语心愿》Cecilia Cheung “Сердце желает со звездой поговорить”Laowaicast выходит регулярно! Мы есть на всех основных платформах, в iTunes, Google Podcasts, на Яндекс.Музыке, Spotify и Youtube. Вопросы, пожелания и комментарии пишите на почту we@laowaicast.ru или на сайт.Поддержать проект:Дать донат! (Patreon, PayPal, Яндекс.Деньги, WeChat, Alipay).Поставьте Лаовайкасту пять звёзд в iTunesBTC: 1C6ePJcqLZTr6nEDoTCD8usenSju1TQ2p8ОГРОМНОЕ спасибо нашему главному патрону Дмитрию Брянцеву!Большое спасибо патронам MSYU, Maxim, Vasiliy Galkin, Мария, Павел Яковлев, Alex RomanovОтдельное спасибо патронам Полина Струкова, Evgeny Sher, Yaroslav, Andrej Fedotov, Wolfcub, Dmytro Gomov, Fooby, ZyablikСпасибо всем остальным за донаты: Anton Lokhanin, Oleg Fomin, Roman Drozhzhin, Mixei, Dmitry Erohin, Rastsislau Datsenka, Krotov, Petr Didenko, Lao Bu, Rod Iv, Asya Kalinina, Evgeny Kosolapov, Nikolay Antonchenko, Alexandr Skurikhin, Krukru Studio, Serge B 

Mosaic of China
Season 02 Compilation: China Purchases

Mosaic of China

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 21:39


It's that time of year where our thoughts turn to... buying stuff we don't really need. In China, we've just had the annual Singles' Day online shopping bonanza. And the U.S. equivalent of Cyber Monday is coming up next week.   So what? As someone who hates shopping, I couldn't care less about what this means, or what people choose to spend their money on. But somehow, when you ask someone the question "What's the best or worst purchase you've made?", you seem to elicit some of the best stories.   Subscribe to the PREMIUM version, see the visuals, and/or follow the full transcript for this episode at https://mosaicofchina.com/season-02-compilation-05-china-purchases   Join the community on Instagram (https://instagram.com/oscology), LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/mosaicofchina), Facebook (https://facebook.com/mosaicofchina) or WeChat (https://mosaicofchina.com/wechat).

Upon Arrival | Events & Incentives with Adelaine Ng
Ep 61 Why we're terrible at understanding the Chinese tourist with Wolfgang George Arlt

Upon Arrival | Events & Incentives with Adelaine Ng

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 33:20


Why are we talking about China? Well, there are a lot of reasons to talk about China but for our purposes, we're most interested in the country's changing travel appetite. Like it or not, China's massive population and growing wealth is a great attraction for many countries looking for tourists. At the time of this recording, China's borders remain firmly shut and they practise a Covid Zero policy. But China's residents are raring to go abroad as soon as they're allowed to. In the second of a two-part series, Professor Wolfgang Georg Arlt shows us where many countries, especially Western, misunderstand the needs of the Chinese tourist and are badly misfiring in their marketing efforts to attract them. Professor Arlt is the German-based founder and director of the China Outbound Tourism Research Institute (COTRI), and a member of the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNTWO) Panel of Tourism Experts.  Quotes from Episode:"There was a clear focus on quantity of arrival numbers...This has been a trap. This development looked very nice for the tourism ministers or their annual press conference. But if you look from the industry point of view, how happy have people been with this large group of Chinese visitors or guests? Not very." "We had a lot of Chinese people that  were interviewed in the last year where they said, 'I actually came back to China with some money in my pocket. I wanted to spend more, but I couldn't find a reason'.""Everybody says the Chinese market is very important, but they have no idea about who are their customers, what their customers really wanted, what they actually really did. And you could see, wow. It boils down to  this not very outlandish idea: Know your customer"-Wolfgang Georg ArltDon't miss:-The size of China's group travel post pandemic isn't the biggest issue-Why a marketing strategy for China needs to go far beyond WeChat and Weibo-The shift of influencer power from Key Opinion Leaders to Key Opinion Consumers -The sales app being created for Chinese tourists so they don't have to carry all those souvenirs home-How the Chinese tourist has changed during the pandemic-Wolfgang's top 3 tips for destinations that enjoyed high numbers of Chinese visitationWolfgang's book recommendation:Getting Along With TheChinese: For Fun and Profit by Fred SchneiterConnect with Wolfgang:LinkedIn: Wolfgang Georg ArltCOTRI China Outbound Tourism Research Institute:china-outbound.comConnect with Adelaine / Sign up for her newsletter:Email: uponarrivalpodcast@gmail.com

Laowaicast - подкаст про Китай
Беларусь-Китай-Беларусь

Laowaicast - подкаст про Китай

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 54:56


С Инессой Плескачевской - журналисткой, проработавшей в Китае 13 лет и написавшей о нем много книг, снявшей четыре фильма и исколесившей Поднебесную, мы поговорили - достаточно откровенно - про золотое прошлое лаоваев в Китае, состояние белорусско-китайских отношений, экономическую экспансию, изменения в сознании, безвиз, китаистику в Минске, прошлое, настоящее и немного будущее. А также, почему в Пекине пошел снег на 7-е ноября.Грамота:一步一步 (yībù yībù) - шаг за шагом麻烦 (máfan) - хлопоты, беспокойстваМузыка: 朱哲琴 《阿姐鼓》Dadawa - Sister Drum - Сестра БарабанLaowaicast выходит регулярно! Мы есть на всех основных платформах, в iTunes, Google Podcasts, на Яндекс.Музыке, Spotify и Youtube. Вопросы, пожелания и комментарии пишите на почту we@laowaicast.ru или на сайт.Поддержать проект:Дать донат! (Patreon, PayPal, Яндекс.Деньги, WeChat, Alipay).Поставьте Лаовайкасту пять звёзд в iTunesBTC: 1C6ePJcqLZTr6nEDoTCD8usenSju1TQ2p8ОГРОМНОЕ спасибо нашему главному патрону Дмитрию Брянцеву!Большое спасибо патронам MSYU, Maxim, Vasiliy Galkin, Мария, Павел Яковлев, Alex RomanovОтдельное спасибо патронам Полина Струкова, Evgeny Sher, Yaroslav, Andrej Fedotov, Wolfcub, Dmytro Gomov, Fooby, ZyablikСпасибо всем остальным за донаты: Anton Lokhanin, Oleg Fomin, Roman Drozhzhin, Mixei, Dmitry Erohin, Rastsislau Datsenka, Krotov, Petr Didenko, Lao Bu, Rod Iv, Asya Kalinina, Evgeny Kosolapov, Nikolay Antonchenko, Alexandr Skurikhin, Krukru Studio, Serge B 

China Business Cast
Ep. 126: Navigating Business Leadership Styles of China & the West with Athena Zhu

China Business Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 31:48


In this episode, we will mainly focus on the following questions:What are the key differences between Chinese and Western companies and the way they do business?How to integrate the Chinese style of doing business with Western companies?What should a leader do when the team makes a mistake? What is the required change in brand identity to become a brand suitable for mass market?How to stay authentic in the transformation?When working in a corporate structure, how to navigate the very rigid environment and still bring forth vibrant and dynamic decisions?What can be considered as a good leader? What are the key elements?How to communicate with people with different jobs in a team? How can you mentor and coach them?What are the current challenges for an established company to transform themselves in this rapidly changing environment?Episode Mentions:Reach out to Athena via athena.zhu@marvelousfoods.com or LinkedIn Website: https://marvelousfoods.comTmall store: https://yeyo.tmall.com/Find your host Lina on LinkedIN or reach out via lb@litaogroup.comWebsite: https://litaogroup.comJoin China Business Cast WeChat groupDownload and SubscribeDownload this episode right click and choose "save as"Subscribe to China Business Cast on iTunesOr check out the full list on subscription optionsAdd Lina ('Lina-LITAO') on WeChat to join China Business Cast WeChat group

WMMR's Preston & Steve Daily Podcast
Daily Podcast (11.10.21)

WMMR's Preston & Steve Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 177:51


We Chat with Sebastian Maniscalco & Paula Poundstone On this episode: News (00:00:00) Entertainment Report (00:10:05) Odds & Ends (00:43:55) Fox Good Day & Bizarre Files (01:08:45)  What Color is a Tennis Ball? & Sebastian Maniscalco Checks In (01:20:53) Paula Poundstone Zooms In & Go To Bed After 10pm (01:45:49) Bizarre Files (02:25:05) Hollywood Trash & Music News (02:31:08) Wrap Up (02:48:23) 

Laowaicast - подкаст про Китай
Китайский плакат - белым по красному

Laowaicast - подкаст про Китай

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 54:32


Мы хорошо осведомлены о железных дорогах Китая, о партийных съездах, о проблемах в секторе недвижимости. Но для многих китайцев все это идет далеким фоном, на который не очень-то и обращают внимание в обычной жизни. Это, скажем так, не является предметом разговоров за чашкой пива. А что их интересует каждый день, о чем общаются в курилках, какие истории они друг другу пересылают в мессенджерах?Обо этом мы поговорили с Андреем, который живет в Пекине и ведет канал «Китайский плакат», каждый день рассказывающий новости, которые интересуют самих китайцев!Кроме того, мы померялись подписчиками, поахали над экономикой телеграм-каналов и поохали над вопросами малого количества китайских друзей у давно живущих тут иностранцев.Телеграм-канал «Китайский плакат»: t.me/chinaposter Грамота: 还可以吧 (hái kěyǐba) — «в принципе прокатит!»Музыка: 瑶族舞曲 «Танец народа Яо» в исполнении инструментального квартета Red Chamber с альбома GatheringLaowaicast выходит регулярно! Мы есть на всех основных платформах, в iTunes, Google Podcasts, на Яндекс.Музыке, Spotify и Youtube. Вопросы, пожелания и комментарии пишите на почту we@laowaicast.ru или на сайт.Поддержать проект:Дать донат! (Patreon, PayPal, Яндекс.Деньги, WeChat, Alipay).Поставьте Лаовайкасту пять звёзд в iTunesBTC: 1C6ePJcqLZTr6nEDoTCD8usenSju1TQ2p8ОГРОМНОЕ спасибо нашему главному патрону Дмитрию Брянцеву!Большое спасибо патронам MSYU, Maxim, Vasiliy Galkin, Мария, Павел Яковлев, Alex RomanovОтдельное спасибо патронам Полина Струкова, Evgeny Sher, Yaroslav, Andrej Fedotov, Wolfcub, Dmytro Gomov, Fooby, ZyablikСпасибо всем остальным за донаты: Anton Lokhanin, Oleg Fomin, Roman Drozhzhin, Mixei, Dmitry Erohin, Rastsislau Datsenka, Krotov, Petr Didenko, Lao Bu, Rod Iv, Asya Kalinina, Evgeny Kosolapov, Nikolay Antonchenko, Alexandr Skurikhin, Krukru Studio, Serge B 

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast
1775: The Story Behind erxes. A Mongolian MarTech Company

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 23:52


Mongolia, a country of untapped mineral wealth, has become a target for the most advanced mining technology, but it does little for indigenous people. At erxes, they are working hard to prove that Mongolia can do better than trying to dig its way out. They believe in the untapped brilliant minds of young people who can start leading the way in the IT Industry on a global scale. It can be daunting to live in a world where everything is shifting, especially how we communicate. With apps like Facebook, Twitter, Whatsapp, WeChat, and Instagram, consumers are communicating daily and on the go more than ever. This means that businesses need to keep up. But it doesn't have to be so hard. erxes Inc is the second generation of tech entrepreneurs in Mongolia. With over eight years of experience, they are proud to be a part of the pioneer movement to bring forth their country on the global stage. Nauren Batjargal, co-founder and COO of Erxes, shares the story behind the fully open-source growth marketing platform. We also discuss open-source vs. closed and proprietary.

California Rebel Base with Steve Hilton
Ep. 49: How China Is Planning Global Dominance feat. Elbridge Colby

California Rebel Base with Steve Hilton

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 56:51


Today, Steve and Kristen turn their attention to the global stage for a chat with Elbridge Colby, author of The Strategy of Denial: American Defense in an Age of Great Power Conflict. They talk about China's plan for global domination and what America needs to do to remain the leader of the Free World.

WMMR's Preston & Steve Daily Podcast
Daily Podcast (10.15.21)

WMMR's Preston & Steve Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 176:58


We Chat with Greg Warren & Get a Visit from the Connoisseur On this episode: News (00:00:00) Entertainment Report (00:07:48) Kathy Notices Something (00:46:20) Bizarre Files & Living Beyond Breast Cancer(01:08:41)  The Connoisseur (01:29:43) Greg Warren Zooms In (02:04:23) Bizarre Files (02:27:01) Hollywood Trash & Music News (02:36:35) Wrap Up (02:49:16) 

Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes
Inside China's High-Tech Penal Colony with Darren Byler

Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 51:53


Since 2017, a high-tech form of colonization has been rapidly growing in Xinjiang, China. As many as 1.5 million Muslim Uyghurs have vanished into high-security camps and factories. The Chinese regime describes these sites as “vocational education and training centers” that are utilized to counter terrorism. But what actually goes on inside of these internment camps? That's the subject of Darren Byler's new book, “In The Camps: China's High-Tech Penal Colony.” In it, Byler draws on a decade of research on the region. He joins to discuss his findings and the role of various forms of technology including facial recognition, smartphones and apps like WeChat, in government surveillance.