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Two Women. One Country. Modern China from the Inside.

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Two Women. One Country. Modern China from the Inside.

    Journalist Yuli Yang on Her #GoWuhan Campaign

    Journalist Yuli Yang on Her #GoWuhan Campaign

    When her hometown went into lockdown, Yuli Wang decided to help send messages of hope and support from around the world to Wuhan citizens.

    She and a group of volunteers translated encouraging Twitter and Facebook messages sent from all over the world to the people of Wuhan published them on the Chinese social media platform Weibo.

    (This interview was conducted a week ago the podcast and things have changed in just seven days. Many countries have started to employ lockdown measures as well.)

    • 32 分鐘
    One Man’s Beijing Business Struggles in the Face of Covid-19

    One Man’s Beijing Business Struggles in the Face of Covid-19

    For this episode, we talked to Benjamin Devos, the owner and CEO of the first French bakery in Beijing, Comptoirs de France Bakery. He shared with us the perilous challenges his business is now facing with the Coronavirus/Covid-19 outbreak and some of the tough decisions he has had to make after 15 years of running a business in China.

    A small community in Beijing has launched a campaign to support the Comptoirs de France Bakery. If you want to contribute, please hit that link for more details.

    • 41 分鐘
    Life Under Quarantine

    Life Under Quarantine

    The novel coronavirus Covid-19 has taken hundreds of lives and caused disruption and psychological damage throughout China and — increasingly — across the world.

    With millions still under lockdown and self-imposed quarantine within China, and many Chinese unable to return home at an important time of year due to travel restrictions, Wǒ Men hosts Jingjing, Yajun, and Karoline discuss their personal experiences and perspectives of life during the virus.

    • 39 分鐘
    The View From Davos 2020

    The View From Davos 2020

    Last week, before the break out of the coronavirus, much of the world’s attention focused on Davos, a little European ski resort town in Switzerland where this year the World Economic Forum celebrated its 50 year anniversary and welcomed more than 3,000 political, business and other leaders.

    Jingjing and Yajun, the two co-hosts of Wǒ Men Podcast, met up there and shared their experiences and highlights at the summit from both a participant and organizer’s perspective, respectively.

    • 21 分鐘
    Wǒ Men Podcast: 2020 Vision

    Wǒ Men Podcast: 2020 Vision

    Podcast hosts Yajun Zhang and Jingjing Zhang come together at the start of 2020 to discuss their hopes, aspirations, and resolutions for the New Year.

    • 28 分鐘
    Being an LGBTQ+ Ally in China

    Being an LGBTQ+ Ally in China

    This year more than 220,000 Chinese people sent online endorsements of gay marriage to China’s top legislative body, arguing for a same-sex marriage amendment to be made to China’s marriage laws.

    For the system to change in China, the LGBTQ+ community needs allies. Olivia Wang explains to us how she takes action to support the LGBTQ community by attempting to influence both China’s legal system and the people around her.

    • 28 分鐘

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