A biweekly podcast that captures the narratives of women from Greater China at the top of their professional game. Hosted by Juliana Batista, and produced by SupChina on the Sinica Podcast Network.
Sara and Juliana are launching their new podcast, "Ta for Ta". Subscribe to this feed to keep updated with all the episodes of "Ta for Ta" as soon as they appear!
This episode features Yinuo Li, current China director of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, previous McKinsey partner, and one of the pioneers building bridges between China and the U.S. In this episode we discuss why Western media gets it wrong, why her grandmother bravely pulled a Mulan to gain education, and even why our professor has brainwashed us. We are excited to share the first episode of Ta for Ta!
Our episode features Tian Wei, anchor of World Insight with Tian Wei. World Insight is CCTV's prime talk show and a platform for debate on world news. We will talk about how Tian Wei earned the nickname 'lady in the back' and how her grandmother's cooking brought their community together. We will also discuss the role of political dialogue in the U.S. and China and her involvement with a development project on a matrilineal community in Yunnan, Western China. We were so impressed with her candid demeanor and relentless spirit, and hope you are too! Don't forget to subscribe to our channel and chat with us at email@example.com.
Today Sara and Juliana discuss the why behind Ta for Ta podcast. Feedback? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
In today's episode we feature Carol Li Rafferty from the Yale Center Beijing. During our candid conversation we learn more about her "Lean In" circle and personal network as well as her professional endeavors. Stay tuned to lean in with Carol.
After a much anticipated return we had the chance to chat with Miranda Wang - biologist, environmental advocate, and entrepreneur. As co-founder and CEO of Biocellection, she aims to turn plastic waste into a concept of the past through innovation. We discuss why culture is a product of design, why she is so rebellious, and even get into some technical aspects of plastic recycling. Questions? Suggestions? Want to be interviewed? Contact email@example.com
We sat down with COO and Co-founder of Clare.AI, Bianca Ho, in her Hong Kong office recently. As we began chatting, she revealed more about her company's hypothesis on the world - "letting everyone speak in their local language". Also covered - crouching tigers and hidden dragons, and how everyone on Bianca's team is doing something impossible...
I had the pleasure of sitting down with Alice Mong, Executive Director at Asia Society Hong Kong Center, amid their outdoor sculpture garden on a Friday afternoon. We talk about “being inspired” by Asia Society and how Hong Kong has spirit, but not yet soul. Bubbling with energy, she peppered our conversation with the most fascinating museums, documentaries, lectures, and art that are capturing her attention right now. We also get into the details of China’s current museum development and how China can deliver culture to the masses through non-traditional pathways. This is an episode you can’t miss...
Our episode today features Anla Cheng, Founder and CEO of SupChina - the premier digital news platform about China which aims to inform and educate an English speaking audience. What struck me about Anla is that she has such an incredible poise and presence, certainly acquired from much wisdom in both finance and journalism. We really dig into the importance of portraying China genuinely through the media, what it means to break through the "bamboo ceiling", and how resilience and courage key to a sustainable career.
In Ta for Ta’s debut episode on the Sinica Podcast Network, we featured Chenni Xu, a corporate communications executive and gender advocate. She moved back to New York after spending nearly a decade abroad in Beijing. Tune in to hear about the #MeToo movement in China and the proponents at the fore, Chenni’s views on gender inequality and professional representation for women, as well as her own experiences as a woman and an Asian American in China. Ta for Ta is a new biweekly podcast, which captures the narratives of women from Greater China at the top of their professional game. “Ta for Ta” is a play on the Chinese spoken language that demonstrates equality between the sexes. Tā 他 is the word for “he”; tā 她 is also the word for “she.” For more musings and links relevant to this episode of Ta for Ta, check out this post on Juliana’s Medium page. Juliana loves to hear from listeners — send her a message at firstname.lastname@example.org.