Society & Culture – 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.

  • L’audace, c’est sauter le pas. Se lancer malgré l’incertitude sur ce qui nous attend, se faire suffisamment confiance pour plonger dans l'inconnu. Mais juste avant de se lancer, il y a ce moment de bascule. Ce moment à mi-chemin entre excitation et peur où certaines freinent ou abandonnent quand d’autres osent et s'aventurent. C’est ce moment sur le fil que six femmes audacieuses, qui ont écouté leur instinct et leur ambition, nous racontent dans « La belle audace ». Un podcast de Marie Claire.

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  • Network Capital’s (NC) mission is to democratize inspiration and make personalized mentoring and career guidance accessible to every person on the planet. We are a global community of more than 50,000 peer mentors from 104 countries who learn with and from each other. NC leverages data science and community building to do the following
    1. Serve as your personalized career coach in the form of global tribe of mentors. No matter what you are looking for, someone on Network Capital has done it.
    2. Offer carefully curated jobs, internships and content in the form of masterclasses
    3. Help community members crack top business, graduate and policy schools

  • Welcome to Streams of Progress, where we bring you weekly conversations with many of UAE's prominent leaders and thinkers. Each of our Guests are actively contributing to the vitality of the UAE community and economy. Our goal on the podcast is to inspire you to drive progress in your professional and personal life.

  • Videos and podcasts from University of London International Programmes undergraduate and postgraduate laws departments on a range of topical issues.

  • History comes alive as we revisit important moments in American culture with interviews from the archives of the inimitable 20th-century broadcaster and oral historian Studs Terkel. Host Eve Ewing guides us through
    the Studs Terkel Radio Archive and pairs each piece of archival audio with an interview with a contemporary thinker, intertwining the past and the present. Dust off your soapbox, open your ears, and come down to the Bughouse Square. Bughouse Square with Eve Ewing is produced by the WFMT Radio Network and made possible in part by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities: exploring the human endeavor.

  • 香港Podcast 新聞,中文Podsafe音樂,以及加拿大生活點滴。
    Podcast news from Hong Kong, Chinese podsafe music and life in Canada.

  • 「鏗鏘說」由一位嘉賓主持訪問一位嘉賓,透過兩人觀看《鏗鏘集》歷年精選的作品片段,從中分享兩人的經歷、感受和成長故事。既透過重溫紀錄片的時化變遷,也透過訪談,道出主持和嘉賓的人生故事和意見觀點。紀錄片穿插人物專訪,互相扣連。

  • REBELLION is a bi-weekly podcast that blows the cobwebs off of The American Revolution. Each episode tells the story of the amazing men and women who put their lives at risk for a future they'd never live to see. Discover how our unprecedented past still reverberates today.

  • Beyond the Pale is a subversively sincere exploration of God, faith, life and culture hosted by former pastors and missionaries Steve & Tammy Hackman. It's a podcast for that person who finds more fulfillment in the journey than in the destination and doesn't mind coloring outside the lines a bit! Join us each week as we travel on pilgrimage together. We'll ask questions, question answers, and open a bottle of wine with you as we do. (Not a particularly good wine mind you, just one Tammy says we can afford)

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

  • Welcome to Conservation Tribe!

    I am your host Blane Edwards aka @earth.offline.

    I created this podcast with the mission to EDUCATE, COLLABORATE and ultimately INSPIRE conservational ACTION!

    I have weekly conversations with biologists, conservationists, environmentalists, eco influencers, creatives and everyone in between.

    Sound like something you're into? If so, please feel free to JOIN the TRIBE! We would LOVE to have you! 🦍🐢🐋

    Thank you and enjoy the podcast!

    Peace! ✌🏽

  • True stories told before a live audience in Hong Kong. It's better than drama, it's better than comedy, it's real life.

  • Archivists in conversation with archivists, discussing their work and passions and how they care for the historical record and present the storied past. Hosted by husband and wife team Karen Trivette and Geof Huth.

  • Explore the life, work and legacy of a thinker that some call the last of the great public intellectuals and a figure widely credited with being the founder of cultural studies: this man is Stuart Hall.

  • We assume you don’t rush out to get the latest book about our broken healthcare industry. So we do it for you. From time to time we’ll break them down and fill you in on the secrets you should know.
    This is one of the best -- about the worst of the healthcare industry. It’s called
    An American Sickness, by Elizabeth Rosenthal.
    We have both read this. And we have both seen exactly what she’s talking about. The American people are being hoodwinked and scammed by the healthcare industry. That doesn’t mean all people in the healthcare industry are evil, but it certainly means they are stuck in a system that is working purely for profits and not for your healthcare outcomes.
    It was released in 2017 is a real shocker about what goes on behind the healthcare industry’s closed doors.
    She lays out the “Economic Rules of the Dysfunctional Medical Market.”
    Although there are 10 rules, we’ll discuss only the first 3 here...
    Let’s go through them.

    1. More treatment is always better. Default to the most expensive one. Some people will say this is because of malpractice suits.
    The second economic rule of a dysfunctional medical market is -- A lifetime of treatment is preferable to a cure. She documents a researcher at Harvard medical school who believed she was only steps away from curing diabetes. And yet -- no pharmaceutical company or nonprofit would step forward – to fund her research -- including the juvenile diabetes Association.

  • The #Fpollution Podcast exposes the pollution story behind artificial water fluoridation in the United States. Hosted by former military intelligence officer and FBI analyst, Melissa Gallico, author of The Hidden Cause of Acne and F Is for Fluoride.