My China Story delivers first-hand anecdotes from expats in China.
For many expat parents, helping your children adjust to a new environment and adapt to a new school can be quite a challenge that sometimes also takes a toll on not only the kids themselves but parents as well.
But lucky for them, when the going gets too tough, psychology experts like Rachel George are ready to step in and offer some help while sharing their much-needed wisdom.
Matteo an Italian national is also one of the few foreigners in the middle Kingdom, working in the Chinese banking industry. In this episode of the program, Nillah Nyakoa sits down with Matteo to talk about his experiences and aspirations in a period of time that's increasingly seen a strengthening relationship between Italy and China along the Belt and Road route.
Milan Cotra, Serbian gourmet
Serbian native, Milan Cotra, has worked and lived in as many as four continents and in countries ranging from Canada to Tanzania, France to the entire Balkan region and now China where he works as Chef de Cuisine at Kempinski Beijing's Signature restaurant. Milan prides himself on having special knowledge of classic dishes of many countries.
In this episode of the program, Nillah Nyakoa sits down with him to talk more about his vast culinary journeys beyond Beijing.
Serbian National Nikola Stojanovic is living his Chinese dream in Beijing; a city he acknowledges makes him feel right at home with its rich history and culture. A former scholar at the Yenching Academy of Peking University, Nikola is very passionate about geopolitics and diplomatic history, with a keen interest on China and its role on the world stage. In this edition of the programme, he speaks with Nillah Nyakoa about his life and interests in the Middle Kingdom.
Tina Tendai Makuku
Tina Tendai Makuku is a lady in a mission to change the world by making positive impact on lives of women and children in Africa. Current a teacher in Beijing. Tina also doubles up as a jewelry designer, whose design helps empower womenfolk to be self-sufficient in her home country, Zimbabwe. She speaks with Nillah Nyakoa about all things in China and her foundation in this edition of program.
Filipino Martial Arts Enthusiast and Trainer Rhio Zablan
In this episode, Nillah Nyakoa speaks with Filipino Martial Arts (FMA) enthusiast and trainer Rhio Zablan. They discuss his inspiration and quest to bring the FMA to China as well as what stimulates its fans to practice this highly sophisticated and comprehensive martial art form, from Rhio's native home - the Philippines.
Nice to know different opinions from people with different background
It’s interesting to hear people from different countries and different cultures, their stories and views towards China.
Plus, great input for English learning, lots of different accent and expressions from all over the world.