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“Round Table” is the premier discussion show that debates the hottest topics making headlines in China and around the world. As the most popular English language podcast from China, it covers everything from pressing social issues to the latest consumption trends. It not only keeps you informed, but goes deeper into the factors shaping the behavior of 1.4 billion people. Check it out to gain an insight into the minds of Chinese youth and feel the pulse of contemporary China.
 
Want a one-stop shop in learning more about China? Then this is the podcast for you. From the food & the Forbidden City, to having a ball in Beijing! Howzit China focuses on China's history in South Africa, cuisine, language, opportunities in China for South Africans, opportunities for China in SA & more..
 
Studio Plus is a daily talk show that discusses matters on Chinese society, science, economy and culture, as well as international events and stories. With local hosts and others from English speaking countries, the show brings diverse opinion, fun, and light-hearted insight to listeners around the world.
 
Join us to keep up on the trends affecting marketing in China! We cover new features in WeChat, Douyin, Baidu, Weibo, Bilbilili and other Chinese platforms. Plus, we'll give a brief overview of the news in Chinese culture, politics and economics, while pointing out the takeaways for marketing teams. Just 35 minutes per week, and you'll be up-to-date! The podcast is new, but we've been blogging on this topic since all the way back in 2008 - before most of the Chinese digital platforms even ex ...
 
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The disruption caused by technological progress and the coronavirus pandemic is causing obvious employment anxiety, particularly among older workers. They fear that younger and cheaper manpower—or worse, robots—could take their places. But could there be jobs that favor seasoned professionals over younger workers? / Why are many bookkeeping and bud…
 
The Mid-Autumn Festival is finally here. Most people in China get the day off during this traditional public holiday. So how are you spending your Mid-Autumn Festival holiday? / In what ways is an interruption from work beneficial? / Heart to Heart—please send your audio questions to ezfmroundtable@foxmail.com.…
 
China Tech Investor is a weekly look at China’s tech companies through the lens of investment. Each week, hosts Elliott Zaagman and James Hull go through their watch list of publicly listed tech companies and also interview experts on issues affecting the macroeconomy and the stock prices of China’s tech companies. Make sure you don’t miss anything…
 
The hotel business is gearing up for an influx of customers during the upcoming holiday season and once the dust settles from the pandemic. Is a tech upgrade a worthwhile investment for hotels? / What are the prospects of being a professional pet detective? / Queuing styles can subliminally influence you to open your wallet using psychological tric…
 
Beijing's bus stops have recently had their old-fashioned information panels replaced with digital billboard screens. We take a look at the steps necessary in building a smart city. / Online literature is attracting older readers. From domineering millionaires to spoiled wives, war gods to ancient concubines - readers over 50 in China have found a …
 
The latest gold trend shows that China's youth are just as keen on the precious metal as their older compatriots. What have jewelers done right in engaging with the younger generation? / Ghosting doesn't only happen at the end of romantic relationships, but in professional relationships too. What drives this behavior? / What makes a healthy dinner?…
 
For grown-ups who refuse to act like one, different languages have found ways to describe the phenomenon. In Chinese, we have 巨婴 or a "giant infant"; in English, you have "kidult" or "grup". What compels some people around to world to cling on to their inner child? / Happy Teachers' Day! Let's discuss what makes a great teacher.…
 
Smartwatches have become the hottest new gadget for many elementary school kids. However, recent reports claim that these watches are getting so smart that it may become a problem. Do you agree? / Why can't we get enough of our smartphones before bed, and then complain that it prevents us from going to sleep? / Have you tried plogging?…
 
Electric car showrooms are an increasingly common sight in shopping malls across China, usually occupying the best location on the first floor. What's driving the popularity of new energy vehicles? / Do you feel you are not good enough for your job or relationship, or that your expectations are out of reach? Round Table reassuringly says that YOU a…
 
China Tech Investor is a weekly look at China’s tech companies through the lens of investment. Each week, hosts Elliott Zaagman and James Hull go through their watch list of publicly listed tech companies and also interview experts on issues affecting the macroeconomy and the stock prices of China’s tech companies. Make sure you don’t miss anything…
 
Music streaming titans in China are undergoing a business practice shakeup. The latest news is Tencent has axed all exclusive music label deals in China. What will the future landscape of music streaming hold? / How to fight back against the stigma of mental health? It could start with some viral photogenic mooncakes!…
 
The new school year has commenced in China and around the world. Chinese students who are pursuing an education in a foreign country have embarked on the journey to their study destinations. Safe travels! What are the pros and cons of studying overseas during a global pandemic? / How do local delicacies on food delivery platforms reflect human migr…
 
Outsourcing is an increasingly popular strategy that healthcare organizations around the world use to control the rising costs of providing services. Do the benefits outweigh the drawbacks? / Universal Beijing Resort is to officially open before the Mid-Autumn Festival. / Why is talent hoarding bad for a company?…
 
For many urbanites in China, planting vegetables in the limited outdoor space of balconies, window boxes, and porches is a great source of joy and food. It’s so popular that some gardeners even maintain a virtual vegetable garden via mobile phone games. Why do Chinese people love to plant vegetables so much? / Is a 'work family' an illusion? / Let …
 
This summer has been hot, but merchants and manufacturers have been getting creative to keep us cool. We look at the ingenious designs that are keeping temperatures low for customers. / Covid leads to 'two-tier' system between office and remote workers. / Who's at fault for taking a young boy into the female restroom?…
 
A new "double reduction" education policy has already caused seismic shifts in China’s private tutoring business, with schools, teachers, children, and their families set to be next to feel its impact. We explain what the "double reduction" policy is trying to fix? / When I'm not in the core business, do I stand a chance in the company? / Motivatio…
 
A recent survey looked at the housing purchase patterns among young couples who plan to tie the knot in the near future. Is there anything significant in their behaviors against the greater backdrop of the Chinese government seeking to curb irregular hikes in housing prices? / Will the palm-screening payment technology successfully woo users who ar…
 
Round Table visits Dungkar Language School in Lhasa, where students old and young are working hard to improve their language skills in Tibetan, Mandarin and English. Student Tsering and teacher Dawa share their experiences on Round Table, and they both speak excellent English! Let's find out how they got to be so good! Check out this episode of "Ra…
 
RT has arrived in Shigatse, the second biggest city in Tibet! We talk about growing vegetables and raising yaks at 4,300 meters above sea level, some of the surprising uses of yak manure, and much more! The RT crew and friends enjoy fresh fruit and veggies, and a lamb shank, on the show! Check out the latest episode of "Railway trippin' - Tibetan s…
 
RT has arrived at the Lhalu Wetland National Nature Reserve, also known as the "Lungs of Lhasa". Birds are chirping, water is clear, locals are hiking along the footpath, and the Potala Palace is beaming under the sun. But the Lhalu Wetland wasn't always like this. We take a look at the conservation and preservation of the highest and largest urban…
 
The RT crew makes a stop by Nyingchi in Tibet. What a land of paradise! We are presenting the show from a green meadow, surrounded by thick forests, wild flowers and horses. Heyang mounts on horseback for the first time! Huang Shan flaunts Laiming a few tricks in archery. Who's got the better aim? Check out this episode of "Railway trippin - Tibeta…
 
Barkhor Street is a must-go destination when you travel to Lhasa in the Tibet Autonomous Region. Its vibrant street scene is invigorated with many tourists posing for photographs in typical Tibetan attire. An even better way to appreciate the city is to sit down quietly in an historic building and enjoy a Tibet hotpot. Join the Round Table team on …
 
Heyang, Laiming and Huang Shan are on the train to Tibet. This episode comes out hot from the sleeper train carriage. How do they react to a train ride up to the "the roof of the world" at approximately 4,000 meters above sea level? How are they spending time on a 22-hour train ride? Have a listen and find out!…
 
The Summer Olympic Games are a great source of joy and have given sports fans something to watch in their spare time. Are new sports to the Olympic family deviating from their "roots"? When athletes don't perform to expectation, is it considered a "failure"? What do you want to see in the Beijing Winter Olympic Games? Let's hear what our listeners …
 
China Tech Investor is a weekly look at China’s tech companies through the lens of investment. Each week, hosts Elliott Zaagman and James Hull go through their watch list of publicly listed tech companies and also interview experts on issues affecting the macroeconomy and the stock prices of China’s tech companies. Make sure you don’t miss anything…
 
How do young people in China, descended from an ancient civilization, understand their cultural identity? We are asking our listeners for their opinions. Send your thoughts and audio questions to ezfmroundtable@foxmail.com / Sports training providers are likely going to enjoy a boom in the coming days!…
 
Keeping "face" or "miàn zi" (面子) is apparently no longer a concern for young Chinese. Those born after 1995, or Generation Z, simply are not bound up in fetters of "miàn zi". Do you agree? / Is men's apparel fashionable enough? Or are we asking the wrong question? / A study found the majority of romantic couples start out as friends.…
 
Extremely heavy rainfall hit central China's Henan Province on July 20, with precipitation in Zhengzhou, the provincial capital, exceeding the highest level since records began, according to the Ministry of Emergency Management. How can we cope with extreme weather? / Coming up with high-yielding domestic soybean varieties. / Heart to Heart - pleas…
 
Working on the factory floor of a state-owned tobacco company has attracted job applications from college graduates and even those with higher qualifications. Is it a waste for students from top universities to become workers on an assembly line? / Video quitting your job and share it on social media. / How to avoid raising spoiled brats? Make them…
 
As athletes gear up for the delayed 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, here in China we begin a 200-day countdown to the 2022 Winter Games. Let's find out how far along we are in preparations for this global showpiece event. / Would you say "yes" or "no" to a pack of potato chips at half price, knowing that they would come to the end of their shelf lif…
 
Quantified self, in its simplest form, refers to the phenomenon of self-tracking with technology. The data generated was supposed to help us better live our lives, but reality seems to say otherwise. Are numbers and data dictating your goals and life? / The world's largest planetarium opens in Shanghai on July 18! / Is your texting punctuation send…
 
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