Arts – Hong Kong SAR China – Recommended podcasts

  • Raw, in-depth interviews with some of the world’s most influential individuals, by the charismatic co-founder of jewelry brand Dannijo.

  • Public Lecture Series about Architecture & Design by various speakers around the world.

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  • The Faculty of English Language and Literature is by far the largest English Department in the UK, with over 75 permanent postholders, a further 70 Faculty members, 900 undergraduates and 300 postgraduates. The Faculty has a very distinguished research and teaching record, covering all periods of English Literature. This series includes talks from the English Faculty Open days.

  • If you want to know how bestselling authors find the time to write their books, the methods they use to be productive and how they find their ideas you will love this podcast. Writing coach Azul Terronez shares interviews with clients such as Pat Flynn, of the Smart Passive Income, Jon Vroman, of the Front Row Factor, and Dana Malstaff of Boss-Mom.com. Want to get behind the scenes insights about how first-time authors overcame their fears and found the courage to write? Are you curious about how successful bestselling authors conceptualized, wrote, and marketed their books? Have you thought to yourself, "I'd like to write a book" but I don't know where to start? In the Born To Write podcast, I explore authors' journeys, how they craft their stories, become published, and share their art of writing books with the world.

  • Trigger Point is a Melbourne-based, monthly show about books, tv series or anime episodes that we've recently consumed.
    From fluffy YA novels to heart-string-tugging Korean dramas, fan-servicing high school anime to hardcore sci-fi novels, if we've watched or read them, we'll talk about it.

  • Heart in Art is a podcast dedicated to connecting people through their love of arts and creativity.

  • After ten years as your guide for all things Hong Kong, Team Sassy has taken the leap into the brave new world of podcasting. Every week, we'll sit down with two awesome guests who are making waves in their field to have a candid conversation on the content that you, our listeners and readers, have said you wanted to hear more about. From revealing all the dating tips, to managing your personal finances, to all the hacks on starting your own business, we're not holding anything back!

  • Six British Asian writers talk books, writing, the creative arts, pop culture, risqué humour and Big Fat Asian weddings. Insightful, funny, packed with big name interviews, advice, on-air-therapy and lashings of cultural anarchy they dare to explore the parts other podcasts cannot reach. Featuring Vaseem Khan, Abir Mukherjee, Ayisha Malik, Amit Dhand, Imran Mahmood and Alex Khan. Also featuring cameos by Abir’s Mum. Tune in monthly. For non-white and white people. Just to be clear.

  • To Bring Back is written and produced by Charis Poon. In each episode, she makes an attempt to find the thing someone wants from their hometown in order to better understand place, movement, and the sense of belonging.


  • The History of The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, a major literary achievement of the 18th century published in six volumes, was written by the celebrated English historian Edward Gibbon. Volume I was published in 1776, and went through six printings (a remarkable feat for its time). Volumes II and III were published in 1781; volumes IV, V, VI in 1788-89. The original volumes were published as quartos, a common publishing practice of the time.

    The books cover the period of the Roman Empire after Marcus Aurelius, from just before 180 to 1453 and beyond, concluding in 1590. They take as their material the behaviour and decisions that led to the decay and eventual fall of the Roman Empire in the East and West, offering an explanation for why the Roman Empire fell.

    Gibbon is sometimes called the first “modern historian of ancient Rome.” By virtue of its mostly objective approach and highly accurate use of reference material, Gibbon’s work was adopted as a model for the methodologies of 19th and 20th century historians. (Summary from Wikipedia)

  • Unconsciously Speaking explores the idea of mystery from all aspects of life. In each episode Anson Chen interviews experts in the field of magic, mentalism, psychology, hypnosis, social dynamics, philosophy, spirituality, communication and other strange practices to uncover their secrets to success and happiness

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    Subject Matter Expert : Dr. Oki Setyandito, S.T., M.Eng.
    Dokumenter: Binus University

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    Knowledge Management and Innovation Binus University

  • This Must Be the Gig gives backstage access to passionate fans worldwide. Featuring conversations with headlining musicians, up-and-comers, and music industry personalities about the wild wild world of live music - as well as the latest news reports from the biggest tours and the festival scene. Music journalist and festival-globetrotter Lior Phillips captures the feeling of singing along with thousands of other fanatics, the lights flashing, the roar for an encore, the second the whole world outside this perfect moment disappears: This Must Be the Gig.

  • Abigail Adams lived the American Revolution as the wife of one of its central figures--John Adams. Her family correspondence, published along with a memoir by her grandson, Charles Francis Adams, brings that era into eloquent focus. What was it like to hear the cannon's roar from your window? to face pestilence? food shortages? rampant inflation? devalued coinage? to raise four children alone--and earn the money to keep your household afloat, while your husband was engaged in politics and diplomacy miles and oceans away . . . for years at a time? It's all there in her private letters, letters that were never meant for public eyes, letters that she repeatedly asked to be burned!

    Writing to her husband, Abigail expressed anguish at nearby fighting: June 18, 1775, "Charlestown is laid in ashes . . . How many have fallen we know not. The constant roar of the cannon is so distressing, that we cannot eat, drink, or sleep." Yet, she displayed constant fortitude: August 5, 1777, "It is almost thirteen years since we were united, but not more than half that time have we had the happiness of living together. The unfeeling world may consider it in what light they please. I consider it as a sacrifice to my country . . ." And she enlivened her writing with pithy accounts of Revolutionary doings: July 31, 1777, "You must know that there is a great scarcity of sugar and coffee . . . An eminent, wealthy, stingy merchant had a hogshead of coffee in his store, which he refused to sell . . . under six shillings per pound. A number of females . . . assembled with a cart and trucks, marched down to the warehouse, and demanded the keys, which he refused to deliver. Upon which, one of them seized him by his neck . . ." The women "then opened the warehouse, hoisted out the coffee themselves, put it into the truck and drove off. . . .A large concourse of men stood amazed, silent spectators of the whole transaction."

    Abigail’s letters, letters of "a vigorous mind," are a fascinating read. (Introduction by Sue Anderson)

  • Les Nouveaux Toqués, c'est le podcast gourmand qui passe sur le grill celles et ceux qui secouent nos cuisines. 
    Ils sont entrepreneurs, restaurateurs, chefs, pâtissiers, boulangers, critiques… surtout, ils sont tous passionnés, osent casser les codes de la gastronomie et veulent vous donner du plaisir en bouche.  
    Un mercredi sur deux, on met les pieds dans le plat. Au menu : leurs aventures hors-normes, des controverses, des péchés mignons, et de très bonnes adresses.
    Faites chauffer les casseroles et poursuivez la gourmandise sur Instagram: @les_nouveaux_toques (https://www.instagram.com/les_nouveaux_toques). Attention, vous allez avoir l'eau à la bouche !

  • A boozy podcast with bite! Each week, host Prairie Rose, founder of the award-winning cocktail and spirits blog Bit by a Fox, will talk drinking culture, imbibing through history, and what’s trending today in the world of intoxicants. She’ll talk to the personalities and experts behind the booze - from scientists and historians to master distillers, wine makers and industry insiders. Every week She'll uncover the hidden stories behind the glass, with plenty of cocktail party fodder to spare. Follow the Bit by a Fox blog for updates, recipes and show news, and @bitbyafox on Instagram for behind the scenes. Hosted, edited and produced by Prairie Rose. Music from Human Worldwide.