It feels like everything that needs to be written about China, has been written. You’ve heard the proverbs and the observations; teach your children Chinese because that is the future. Doing business in China is the fast track to success. The largest population in the world is getting more demanding as far as quality of life and choices. — In this podcast I give you my take on things after a week on the ground getting to hear from some innovative and wise thinkers with decades of experience watching their home country become a global powerhouse that will not be ignored.
She’s been called “The most heart breaking voice in Seattle”. I prefer to call her – fantastic. I had the privilege of getting to ask a few questions as part of an up close and personal performance by Shelby Earl at Studio Bar in Amsterdam. Listen and enjoy.
Not since the cold war has the world needed to take a time-out from political posturing and the information game to get beyond the gate keepers and speak directly with these millions of people referred to as “Russia”. Not unlike back 25 years ago, we in the west are once again talking about a people as if they do not have a voice and do not have a wide range of opinions and values. And over in Russia, you can bet similar is being done in the media when referring to “the west”. Enter the power of the podcast: On today’s program I am coming to you from Moscow, the heart of the nation that so many are talking about these days with angry and confused tones. But this is not about Ukraine. Nor is it about Putin really. This is about the city, life, culture, and experience that, as my excellent guest Victor remind us, we have in common with this fascinating and important population.
In order to properly say goodbye to the Dubai Taxi Project, you have to have a podcast. On today’s program there are final notes, unpublished reflections, hypocracies, musings, future plans and an easter egg.