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4 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Delia Lin. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Delia Lin, often where they are interviewed.

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Teaching online and working from home - part 2- Delia Lin

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This is part 2 of the "checking-in" series in which our host Wajeehah Aeyeshah zoomed in with academics from the Faculty of Arts and chatted about how they are adjusting in life and teaching in this fast changing situation.
In this episode, Delia Lin from the Asia Institute shared her experiences, in particular, how she managed to still engage with her students in the online learning environment.
Host: Wajeehah Aeyeshah Guest Speaker: Delia LinEditor & producer: Xia Cui
Apr 07 2020 · 10mins
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Interview with Delia Lin, Making Sense of Modern China

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Dr Delia Lin discusses the 70 year anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China, the history of modern China and its political thought, and the Xi Jinping presidency. Delia is based at the University of Melbourne's Asia Institute. Broadcast on 1 October, 2019.
Oct 27 2019 · 40mins

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Hong Kong – The Bone Stuck in the Throat of the People’s Republic of China? Featuring Delia Lin

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The 2019 Hong Kong anti-extradition bill has incited protests and political unrest in Hong Kong and Taiwan, evoking emotions across the globe. The protests are demanding a withdrawal of the Fugitive Offenders and Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Legislation Bill 2019 proposed by the Government of Hong Kong.
Though Hong Kong has extradition deals with other countries, it does not extradite citizens to mainland China, into the jurisdiction of the Chinese Communist Party.
The "One Country, Two Systems" agreement between HK and the Mainland is threatened by these laws, but this is not the first time there have been proposals to blur the lines between the two states.
To discuss the significance of these protests, we are joined by Professor Delia Lin, a Senior, Lecturer in Chinese Studies at the Asia Institute, University of Melbourne. Delia is a multi-disciplinary educator, her expertise range from engineering, to a  PhD in Humanities from Griffith University, Australia. Her research in linguistics, sociology, and political science has all been rooted in chinese culture, giving her excellent scope for this discussion.

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Jul 12 2019 · 40mins
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Hong Kong – The Bone Stuck in the Throat of the People’s Republic of China? Featuring Delia Lin

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The 2019 Hong Kong anti-extradition bill has incited protests and political unrest in Hong Kong and Taiwan, evoking emotions across the globe. The protests are demanding a withdrawal of the Fugitive Offenders and Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Legislation Bill 2019 proposed by the Government of Hong Kong.
Though Hong Kong has extradition deals with other countries, it does not extradite citizens to mainland China, into the jurisdiction of the Chinese Communist Party.
The "One Country, Two Systems" agreement between HK and the Mainland is threatened by these laws, but this is not the first time there have been proposals to blur the lines between the two states.
To discuss the significance of these protests, we are joined by Professor Delia Lin, a Senior, Lecturer in Chinese Studies at the Asia Institute, University of Melbourne. Delia is a multi-disciplinary educator, her expertise range from engineering, to a  PhD in Humanities from Griffith University, Australia. Her research in linguistics, sociology, and political science has all been rooted in chinese culture, giving her excellent scope for this discussion.

See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jul 12 2019 · 40mins