John and Jared discuss using Chinese in the workplace and how you can use it no matter what your level. Guest interview is with Kaiser Kuo, a well know figure among China expats, and who, among many things, started the first Chinese heavy metal band in China and the growth of his Chinese skills is one thing that made it possible. Get ready for some awesome stories.Thanks for listening to our podcast! Please write us a review on Apple Podcasts and we’ll give you a shout out on the podcast! We are also taking questions from our listeners. If you have a question, reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow us on Facebook and catch our latest Chinese learning memes on InstagramLinks referenced in this EpisodeT-Shirts for Chinese LearnersHow to Use Graded Readers to Build Student Fluency in Chinese - WebinarAllSet Learning Book ClubSlow Chinese PodcastMandarin Companion Memes - Instagram
Global Governance 2020: A discussion with Kaiser Kuo and Susan Thornton
Susan Thornton, former senior U.S. diplomat, returns to the Sinica Podcast this week. This conversation was recorded during the Princeton U.S.-China Coalition virtual event on August 1, 2020. Kaiser and Susan discuss the value of American diplomacy with China and if such engagement can help salvage what remains of a deeply strained bilateral relationship between China and the United States. 9:27: Swapping diplomacy for machismo at the State Department23:06: The sharp falloff in candidates entering the U.S. Foreign Service28:29: Fatalism and China34:08: Distrust and vilify, Washington’s new China policyRecommendations:Susan: Mr. X and the Pacific: George F. Kennan and American Policy in East Asia, by Paul J. Heer. Kaiser: The TV show Better Call Saul, available on Netflix.This podcast was edited and produced by Kaiser Kuo and Jason MacRonald.
How Kaiser became one of China's first rockstars ... How the American bombing of the Chinese embassy in Belgrade helped break up the band ... Did America’s post-9/11 War on Terror have a liberalizing effect on China? ... Seeing the world from Beijing's perspective ... Some philosophical questions occasioned by China's rise ... Racism and America’s fear of China ... How should we judge China's behavior in its own neighborhood? ... Is President Xi a corruption fighter or just a power consolidator? ... Steve Bannon and his dodgy Chinese sugar daddy ... Kaiser: A huge misconception about China is that engagement failed ...
How Kaiser became one of China's first rockstars … How the American bombing of the Chinese embassy in Belgrade helped break up the band … Did America’s post-9/11 War on Terror have a liberalizing effect on China? … Seeing the world from Beijing's perspective … Some philosophical questions occasioned by China's rise … Racism and America’s fear of China … How should we judge China's behavior in its own neighborhood? … Is President Xi a corruption fighter or just a power consolidator? … Steve Bannon and his dodgy Chinese sugar daddy … Kaiser: A huge misconception about China is that engagement failed …
131 Covid-19, China and Silicon Valley with Kaiser Kuo
Something Ventured -- Silicon Valley Podcast
In the midst of the Covid crisis, how should Silicon Valley think about China? Kaiser Kuo is founder and host of the Sinica podcast, and has been a longtime journalist and tech executive in China. Few people know more about the intricacies of China’s politics and their interaction with technology companies. In this episode we discuss China’s responsibility for Covid, and compare its response times to those of the US. We discuss how the US should think about China going forward as a new world order emerges. Also, as this crisis passes what can we do to make sure it doesn’t happen again? Finally, Kaiser discusses how we’ve flip flopped on how we view technology and other governments. Is technology a tool of revolution? (Arab Spring) or of control (WeChat contact tracking apps). Sinica Podcast: https://supchina.com/series/sinica/ Something Ventured: www.somethingventured.us
Kaiser Kuo hosts The Sinica Podcast, a weekly discussion of current affairs in China. I sat down with Kaiser to discuss China’s relationship with the liberal international order, the often adversarial American media coverage of Chinese foreign policy, and its most recent management of the coronavirus outbreak. We also talked about his experience starting Tang Dynasty, the first heavy metal rock band in China.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/williamyuenyee/support
Ep. 162: Should Asian Americans Care About China's Media Image? (ft. Kaiser Kuo)
Escape From Plan A
We're honored to have Kaiser Kuo (Sinica podcast, Supchina, Chinese Metal pioneer) join Jess and Teen to talk about the extent to which the media's portrayal of China is a relevant political issue affecting the lives of Asian Americans. Kaiser has a deep background in Chinese politics, especially with the way Western media covers it. With many seeking to place blame for the covid-19 pandemic, this could not be a more urgent issue. Many thanks to Kaiser for jumping on.Support us on Patreon! www.patreon.com/planamagTWITTER:Kaiser(@KaiserKuo)Jess(@cogitatotomato)Teen (@mont_jiang)REFERENCED RESOURCES:"Why Did The Coronavirus Start In China" by Yi-Zheng Lian (https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/20/opinion/sunday/coronavirus-china-cause.html)"Democracies Are Better at Fighting Outbreaks" by Ariana Berengaut (https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2020/02/why-democracies-are-better-fighting-outbreaks/606976/)"China Bought the West Time. The West Squandered It." by Ian Johnson (https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/13/opinion/china-response-china.html("Two Women Fell Sick From the Coronavirus. One Survived." y Sui-Lee Wee and Vivian Wang (https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/03/13/world/asia/coronavirus-death-life.html)SUBMISSIONS & COMMENTS:email@example.comEFPA Opening Theme:"Fuck Out My Face" by Ayekay (open.spotify.com/artist/16zQKaDN5XgHAhfOJHTigJ)
Should we be afraid of China or impressed by their technological development? And how does China compare with the US? In this episode, we are joined by Kaiser Kuo, who is a rockstar of the tech world. Literally. Using his expertise from both China and the US, Kaiser Kuo helps us take a nuanced look at China through a technology prism.
Rocking with Kaiser Kuo: A Conversation on Podcasts, Media Control, and U.S.-Chinese Relations
The Fletcher Forum Podcast
Shawn Ghuman sat down with Kaiser Kuo, Co-Founder of the Sinica Podcast, Editor-at-Large of SupChina, and was a founder of China’s first heavy metal band, Tang Dynasty, during his time in town for a panel on “The Digital Silk Road: Spreading the Chinese Internet Control Model.” In this podcast, we discuss with Kaiser how he went from being a rock musician to being a preeminent pundit on U.S.-China relations and his thoughts on key issues related to China as a hegemonic power in the 21stcentury.
Kaiser Kuo of Sinica on Modern China and US-China relations – Episode #5
Kaiser Kuo is a host and co-founder of Sinica, a current affairs podcast originally based in Beijing. Sinica guests include prominent journalists, academics, and policy makers who participate in uncensored discussions about Chinese political, economic, and cultural affairs.