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There is a difference in business culture between Asia and the West. Much of the startup related literature are western dominated and there is a vacuum for Asian business strategies related discussions in English. On each episode of CHATS, Old Chang will pick a topic which will interest English speaking founders and professionals by seeking out relevant lessons from Chinese history.
 
In this podcast, Matthew Rothwell, author of Transpacific Revolutionaries: The Chinese Revolution in Latin America, explores the global history of ideas related to rebellion and revolution. The main focus of this podcast for the near future will be on the history of the Chinese Revolution, going all the way back to its roots in the initial Chinese reactions to British imperialism during the Opium War of 1839-1842, and then following the development of the revolution and many of the ideas tha ...
 
Welcome to The Dirt on the Past from The Extreme History Project and Gallatin Valley Community Radio, KGVM. Whether digging up a site or dusting off the archives, we bring you some of the most fascinating and cutting edge research in history and archaeology, and discuss why it matters today. Join co-hosts, Crystal Alegria and Nancy Mahoney as we converse with professionals in the fields of history, archaeology, and anthropology who bring the past…into the present.
 
Welcome to Where You're From, a history and comedy podcast! Each week husband and wife team, Max and Hitomi, talk cool history about each others culture. Max is a British born boy, Hitomi is a mix of Filipino, Japanese, and Chinese, and they both live just outside Tokyo. It's an interesting mix! Come and join us each week as we tell tall tales of amazing history! It's weird, it's funny, it's very educational, and a whole lot entertaining!! Catch a new episode every Tuesday or Friday!
 
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The Zest Is History

Josephine Rozenberg-Clarke and Melissa Mason

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Welcome to The Zest Is History, a brand new podcast from Melissa Mason and Josie Rozenberg-Clarke (former hosts of All Aussie Mystery Hour). Each week, they will spin you a 100% legit and maybe 80% researched yarn from Australia's weird, wild and obviously zesty history. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
This program, History and Story of China, covers some very good Chinese stories from which you could learn something about the history and culture of China. I hope you like it. I invite you to leave your idea and suggestion here, which means a lot to me. Thanks for listening. 中国历史故事涵盖了许多很棒的中国故事,在欣赏英文故事时,理解中国历史文化。希望你能喜欢 。如果你有什么好的建议和提议,可以在这里评论。谢谢收听。
 
Most true crime covers the past hundred years of recorded history. We cover the rest of it. From murderous knights and pirate kings to ancient Chinese forensic investigators and the Renaissance's literal fashion police, our episodic podcast dives deep into the historical characters and events that make up some of the greatest crimes the world has ever seen — and certainly not found in your textbooks. For more information visit https://www.highcrimesandhistory.com/
 
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..
 
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Join us as we talk with Utah State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO) with the Utah Division of State History, Christopher Merritt, about his work as a SHPO and his interest in historic Chinese communities in the West. We talk specifically about a ghost town called Terrace, UT. Terrace was once a bustling town located along the transcontinental r…
 
In this long-awaited, much-delayed by illness and (technological) misadventure episode, Josie talks Mel through the mysterious origin story of Australia's national dance - The Nutbush. We recorded this as a livestream for our Patreon supporters so if you want to watch us record the next ep, get involved here for just $5 a month: patreon.com/thezest…
 
Following Zhu De in Shanghai and Germany, finishing up our four-part detour through the early life of Zhu De. Further reading: Agnes Smedley, The Great Road: The Life and Times of Chu Teh [Zhu De] Some names from this episode: Chen Duxiu, first general secretary of the Chinese Communist Party Zhou Enlai, organized branches of the Chinese Communist …
 
France confiscates church property in an effort to help pay for the nation's expenses and debt. The National Assembly forces the clergy to sign loyalty oaths, and imposes additional church reforms. These cause a schism in the church and with the the nation. The National Assembly continues to assiduously work toward a National Constitution. Meanwhil…
 
Join us as we talk with archaeologist Jack Fisher about his career as an archaeologist. We discuss his ethnoarchaeological research among the Efe people in the Ituri Forest in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, his work at First People's Buffalo Jump in Montana, his research partnership with John Parkington of the Department of Archaeology at th…
 
From the earliest moments of the revolution, France radically changed, and there was no going back. The summer of 1789, brought the Great Fear and marked a particularly violent, dramatic, and notable period. These events led to the August decrees promulgated by the National Assembly. In a whirlwind session, the Assembly adopted a series of document…
 
As the Army for the Defense of the Republic faces defections from the revolutionary nationalist cause as well as powerful warlord enemies, Zhu De rethinks the military vocation. Further reading: Agnes Smedley, The Great Road: The Life and Times of Chu Teh [Zhu De] Some names from this episode: Cai E, Republican general and governor of Yunnan after …
 
Join us for a conversation with Dr. Lilly White on her work as a forensic anthropologist. We talk about how she became interested in the field, the cultural and historical traditions around death and dying, Lilly's work during the pandemic as a condolence specialist, and what her work as a forensic anthropologist entails. Lilly received her PhD in …
 
Welcome to episode thirty nine of our wonderfully awesome comedy and history podcast, Where You're From! Brought to you by husband and wife team, Max and Hitomi. Max is British and Hitomi is a Japanese, Filipino, Chinese mix. Each episode we give you historical stories about each others cultures. It fun, it's educational, and it's a whole lot of fu…
 
Join us as we talk with historian Ellen Baumler about her new book, The Life of the Afterlife in the Big Sky State: A History of Montana's Cemeteries. We talk about burial customs, headstone symbolism, the history of cemeteries in the west, boot hills, and cultural identity reflected in western cemeteries. Ellen Baumler was the interpretive histori…
 
By June 1789, what was initially convened as the Estates General had recast itself as the National Assembly. The King tried to prevent the Assembly Deputies from meeting. They defied the attempt and met in the King's Tennis Court. There they all took the Tennis Court Oath vowing to continue and never disperse. In July 1789, a Paris mob stormed and …
 
Welcome to episode thirty eight of our wonderfully awesome comedy and history podcast, Where You're From! Brought to you by husband and wife team, Max and Hitomi. Max is British and Hitomi is a Japanese, Filipino, Chinese mix. Each episode we give you historical stories about each others cultures. It fun, it's educational, and it's a whole lot of f…
 
Join us for a conversation with Dr. Matthew Bennett, the lead scientist on a recently published article in the Journal Science that examined a set of human footprints preserved on an ancient lakeshore in New Mexico's White Sands National Park that date to between 21,000 and 23,000 years old. We discuss the fossilized human footprints, but we also t…
 
Welcome to episode thirty seven of our wonderfully awesome comedy and history podcast, Where You're From! Brought to you by husband and wife team, Max and Hitomi. Max is British and Hitomi is a Japanese, Filipino, Chinese mix. Each episode we give you historical stories about each others cultures. It fun, it's educational, and it's a whole lot of f…
 
On this podcast, Crystal and Nancy dig deep into the history of a historic structure in downtown Bozeman. This building is significant because it currently houses Nancy's boutique, Moka, along with three other businesses including Alara Jewelry, Plume Bridal and Visions West Gallery! We explore the history of this building through the historic char…
 
It is difficult to pin down the moment or event the French Revolution began. It may had been the King’s edict to convene the Estates General in May 1789. Once the Estates General convened, it may had been the failure of that body to come to a consensus of how it would count votes on measures before it. Nonetheless, the august Estates General finall…
 
Welcome to episode thirty six of our wonderfully awesome comedy and history podcast, Where You're From! Brought to you by husband and wife team, Max and Hitomi. Max is British and Hitomi is a Japanese, Filipino, Chinese mix. Each episode we give you historical stories about each others cultures. It fun, it's educational, and it's a whole lot of fun…
 
The small community of Armstrong, BC, just north of Vernon in the province's Interior, was once "the Celery Capital of Canada". Armstrong's early agricultural success owes much to the hard working Chinese immigrants who cultivated the city's fertile bottomlands. As many as 500 Chinese labourers lived in huts and bunkhouses in Chinatown in the winte…
 
Welcome to episode thirty five of our wonderfully awesome comedy and history podcast, Where You're From! Brought to you by husband and wife team, Max and Hitomi. Max is British and Hitomi is a Japanese, Filipino, Chinese mix. Each episode we give you historical stories about each others cultures. It fun, it's educational, and it's a whole lot of fu…
 
Assisting the Americans in the War of Independence proved a costly decision for France. The nation’s failure to adequately address the desperate and worsening financial situation led it to near bankruptcy. The King reluctantly agreed to convene the Estates General to approve a sweeping tax proposal to raise revenues. Following in the heels of the d…
 
Welcome to episode thirty four of our wonderfully awesome comedy and history podcast, Where You're From! Brought to you by husband and wife team, Max and Hitomi. Max is British and Hitomi is a Japanese, Filipino, Chinese mix. Each episode we give you historical stories about each others cultures. It fun, it's educational, and it's a whole lot of fu…
 
Following Zhu De from his time as a teacher of physical training at a modern school, through his time at the Yunnan Military Academy, the Revolution of 1911 and the rebellion against Yuan Shikai. Further reading: Agnes Smedley, The Great Road: The Life and Times of Chu Teh [Zhu De] Some names from this episode: Cai E, Republican general and governo…
 
HISTORY WORTH SAVING - If you're just discovering the #HWSPodcast, here's a preview. The third season is now available and starts with Episode 27. Thanks again for listening! QUICK LINK: Subscribe to the HWS Newsletter Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/history-worth-saving/exclusive-content…
 
HISTORY WORTH SAVING - Dr. Elyse Wheeler has devoted her life to science. She recently retired from a career in medical laboratory work, and now is pursuing her passion as a fantasy fiction writer. While COVID-19 made headlines, Elyse got busy doing her new part to help American’s escape the virus - writing fiction. While she can’t stop the spread …
 
HISTORY WORTH SAVING - Patrick Mihalek rescued a WWII B-25 from an Alaskan sandbar with the help of metro Detroit high school students. Today, they’re restoring the airplane to its former glory, and along the way learning valuable skills for meaningful careers. QUICK LINK: The Warbirds of Glory Museum Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com…
 
HISTORY WORTH SAVING - Television journalist Chace Ambrose has a fascination with cars and the Cannon Ball Run. During COVID-19, while most drivers were staying off the roadways, a few were attempting to break speed records. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/history-worth-saving/exclusive-content…
 
HISTORY WORTH SAVING - Musician, event producer and all around great guy Clayton Corn found himself without a job during COVID-19. The industry he’d worked in his whole career simply shut down with no sign of reopening. This is his story of re-invention. QUICK LINK: Clayton Corn QUICK LINK: Go Wheels Up Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.c…
 
HISTORY WORTH SAVING - Human trafficking survivors April DeTienne and Robin Flemming have an unlikely sisterhood rooted in pain. Both were trafficked and married to the same man who forced them into a monstrous life of violent abuse, narrowly escaping death. Their story of escape, recovery and triumph is truly incredible, but not suitable for young…
 
HISTORY WORTH SAVING - What’s real on social media? Dr. Todd C. Helmus is one of the leading experts in America on disinformation and misinformation campaigns lead by Russia and China. How they work, how we fall for them, and what we can do to prevent them is the subject of this episode. QUICK LINK: Dr. Todd C. Helmus Support this podcast at — http…
 
HISTORY WORTH SAVING - American mystery solver Gian J. Quasar has a talent for separating fact from folklore, and solving some of the most celebrated mysteries in our culture. He’s authored books on the Bermuda Triangle, aliens, Big Foot and most recently Amelia Earhart. QUICK LINK: Gian J. Quasar’s Books QUICK LINK: The Quester Files Support this …
 
Join us as we talk with Anthony Wood about his new book, Black Montana: Settler Colonialism and the Erosion of the Racial Frontier, 1877-1930. Anthony talks with us about his work on the Montana African American Heritage Resources Project and how this inspired him to delve deeper into the history of Montana's Black communities. His book explores th…
 
Welcome to episode thirty three of our wonderfully awesome comedy and history podcast, Where You're From! Brought to you by husband and wife team, Max and Hitomi. Max is British and Hitomi is a Japanese, Filipino, Chinese mix. Each episode we give you historical stories about each others cultures. It fun, it's educational, and it's a whole lot of f…
 
Taking a look back at the early life of Zhu De, the man who would later be Mao’s main partner in revolution. Further reading: Agnes Smedley, The Great Road: The Life and Times of Chu Teh [Zhu De] Some names from this episode: Zhang Tailei, leader of the Guangzhou Uprising of December 1927 Wang Zuo, Bandit leader who joined with Mao Zedong Shi Dakai…
 
Join us for our conversation with Lisabeth During about her recently published book, The Chastity Plot. During tells the story of chastity through time, how it has been honored and despised and how the obsession with chastity has played a powerful and disturbing role enforcing patriarchy’s double standards. Chastity is imbedded in Western culture, …
 
HISTORY WORTH SAVING - Here's a look ahead at the third season of the #HWSPodcast. Seven new episodes debut September 22, 2021. Please signup for the newsletter so we can stay in touch. Thanks again for listening! Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/history-worth-saving/exclusive-contentHistory Worth Saving による
 
I begin telling the stories of the two revolutions. All revolutions need a spark to begin. For France, the spark was the crushing poverty and starvation. Mismanagement plunged France toward bankruptcy. For China, the spark was the disaster of the Great Leap Forward. China’s leader was troubled by the nation’s political and social direction.…
 
The story behind how guidance on communist armed struggle got into a major American newspaper in 1852. Listener requested background on the text used by Lenin and which was so influential in the Guangzhou Commune. Further reading: Frederick Engels, Revolution and Counter-Revolution in Germany Lenin, “Advice of an Onlooker” Some names from this epis…
 
Welcome to episode thirty two of our wonderfully awesome comedy and history podcast, Where You're From! Brought to you by husband and wife team, Max and Hitomi. This week Hitomi is bringing us a good old fashioned murstery from the 1940's. That's a murder mystery... obviously.... It's a spooky, kooky, gory, and full of headless ghosts wandering aro…
 
Join us for a fascinating discussion with Fiona Greenland about her new book, "Ruling Culture: Art Police, Tomb Robbers, and the Rise of Cultural Power in Italy." Greenland reveals the contemporary actors in this tale, taking a close look at the Art Squad and state archaeologists on one side and unauthorized excavators, thieves, and smugglers on th…
 
The last major armed uprising of 1927, in which the Communists temporarily took over Guangzhou. Further reading: Arif Dirlik, “Narrativizing Revolution: The Guangzhou Uprising (11-13 December 1927) in Workers’ Perspective” Marcia Ristaino, China’s Art of Revolution: The Mobilization of Discontent, 1927 and 1928 Hsiao Tso-Liang, “Chinese Communism a…
 
Welcome to episode thirty one of our wonderfully awesome comedy and history podcast, Where You're From! Brought to you by husband and wife team, Max and Hitomi. Max is British and Hitomi is a Japanese, Filipino, Chinese mix. Each episode we give you historical stories about each others cultures. It fun, it's educational, and it's a whole lot of fun…
 
Join us as we talk with Marsha Small about her work to locate and document Indian boarding school cemeteries. Marsha leads the Indigenous Peoples' Day Montana movement and her work with the preservation and conservation of sacred sites and places using GPR, GPS, and GIS, specifically in boarding school cemeteries is internationally known. Marsha us…
 
This new series is a parallel study of both the Chinese Culture Revolution and the French Revolution. Both revolutions are presented side by side without comparison. The revolutions’ chronological timelines are synchronized with the other. This is something different and unique. An entertaining way to learn about each of these two enormous historic…
 
Some background on the situation in Guangzhou leading up to the uprising. Further reading: Arif Dirlik, “Narrativizing Revolution: The Guangzhou Uprising (11-13 December 1927) in Workers’ Perspective” Marcia Ristaino, China’s Art of Revolution: The Mobilization of Discontent, 1927 and 1928 Hsiao Tso-Liang, “Chinese Communism and the Canton Soviet o…
 
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