Tagged: china

Perspectives on China

Perspectives on China

During my time in Portugal I was of course constantly accompanied by my podcasts. Among the programs that I found fairly interesting, On Point Radio was doing their program from Shanghai for a week. At a time where I’m fairly...

bm240 John Aravosis on Advocacy and Creating Change

bm240 John Aravosis on Advocacy and Creating Change

MP3 Audio [30 MB]DownloadShow URL Should journalists and activists who seek change in the world inform the public and expect action? Or should they be launching campaigns complete with talking points and strategy? This podcast features a special extended interview...
 

Mislead Over and Over

Mislead Over and Over

Greetings from Philadelphia, where I’m spending a few days with good friends. Upon my arrival in the US this month, I did notice a reasonable amount of buzz in the media and the occasional conversation about toys that had been...

Textiles and the Future

Textiles and the Future

Over the weekend, while Max and Stacy were over for soup and podcasting, I popped in Shafiur’s documentary about the garment workers of Bangladesh. Probably should have said this earlier but it is a very good film, with excellent information...

China Given the Red Carpet

China Given the Red Carpet

Anyone who is paying any attention knows a bit about how China is bankrolling the ballooning US debt, on a government and individual citizen level. If this somehow shocks you I can recommend a dose of Karmabanque Radio, who cleverly...

bm209 Olympic Boycotts and China’s Role in Darfur

bm209 Olympic Boycotts and China’s Role in Darfur

MP3 Audio [14 MB]DownloadShow URL Using a wide range of strategies, human rights activists around the world are calling on China to stop funding the genocide in Darfur. Their most important tool- the Olympic Games in 2008. While some experts...