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A current affairs podcast on Taiwan and the world. Every episode, we invite a journalist to a conversation with an expert to get the big picture context of what we need to know. These are global issues, and this is The Taiwan Take.

Nominated for Best News Podcast at 2020 Excellent Journalism Award in Taiwan. Produced by Ghost Island Media in Taipei, Taiwan.

2020年台灣卓越新聞獎 Podcast 新聞獎入圍者.這是一個專門討論臺灣時事的訪談性英文節目, 以「縱觀世界議題,以臺灣觀點論述」為主軸,由記者採訪跨領域專家、名人與來賓等,第一手將臺灣的故事推向國際.

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A current affairs podcast on Taiwan and the world. Every episode, we invite a journalist to a conversation with an expert to get the big picture context of what we need to know. These are global issues, and this is The Taiwan Take.

Nominated for Best News Podcast at 2020 Excellent Journalism Award in Taiwan. Produced by Ghost Island Media in Taipei, Taiwan.

2020年台灣卓越新聞獎 Podcast 新聞獎入圍者.這是一個專門討論臺灣時事的訪談性英文節目, 以「縱觀世界議題,以臺灣觀點論述」為主軸,由記者採訪跨領域專家、名人與來賓等,第一手將臺灣的故事推向國際.

鬼島之音製作播出.

    Security 3 - Influence Operations on PTT: Oddis J.F. Tsai + J.M. Hung (INDSR)

    Security 3 - Influence Operations on PTT: Oddis J.F. Tsai + J.M. Hung (INDSR)

    PTT is one of the most open social media platforms in the Chinese language. Though it’s not more populous than Facebook, it’s arguably more impactful than Facebook here in Taiwan. It’s a reflection of Taiwan's spirited democracy, and it’s used heavily as a source for local journalists.

    We speak with two INDSR researchers on a year-long project, “A Pilot Study on PTT in the Context of Influence Operations” (批踢踢影響力作戰前導研究)which attempts to identify CCP state actors on the platfor. The researchers are Oddis J.F. Tsai (Policy Analyst at the Division of Defense Strategy and Resources) and Dr. Jui-Ming Hung (Assistant Research Fellow at the Division of Defense Strategy and Resources).

    The paper lays out mechanics and - through quantitative analysis - identifies types of suspect behavior on the world’s largest non-commercial, forum-based, open-source online bulletin board system in the Chinese language. This interview was recorded in January 2021 after the paper was published by INDSR. The paper is available here: https://indsr.org.tw/en/News_detail/2181/A-Year-of-Influence-en

    Today’s host is J.R. Wu - a non-resident advisor at INDSR (Institute for National Defense and Security Research) in Taiwan. Wu is a former journalist with nearly two decades of media experience in the US and Asia. She has led news bureaus for Reuters and Dow Jones.

    Support us on Patreon: http://patreon.com/taiwan

    Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ghostislandme

    EPISODE CREDIT | Producer & Editing, Emily Y. Wu @emilyywu | Host, JR Wu | Research, Alice Yeh

    A Ghost Island Media production | www.ghostisland.media

    Support the show: https://patreon.com/Taiwan

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 35 分鐘
    Security 2 - Disinformation: Puma Shen (Doublethink Lab)

    Security 2 - Disinformation: Puma Shen (Doublethink Lab)

    “Democracy is a failure” - that’s the narrative the Chinese Communist Party has been trying to plant over the past year and hopes to take root in international discourse and in the minds of its 1.4 billion citizens. This disinformation has heavy implications for democracy in Taiwan, and it’s never been as serious as it is now.

    CCP disinformation methods are detailed in a report issued late last year titled “Deafening Whispers” by Doublethink Lab, a Taiwanese organization whose mission is to strengthen democracy through digital defense. The report has just been made available in English.

    This interview was recorded in January 2021 when the Chinese-version of the report was first published.

    Online disinformation and influence operations affect offline real-world defense and security. Fake news is a global issue and this is The Taiwan Take. Today’s guest is Dr. Puma Shen (沈伯洋), chairman of Doublethink Lab (台灣民主實驗室) and an assistant professor at National Taipei University.

    Today’s episode is hosted by J.R. Wu - Chief of the Secretariat for INDSR (Institute for National Defense and Security Research) in Taiwan. Wu is a former journalist with nearly two decades of media experience in the US and Asia. She has led news bureaus for Reuters and Dow Jones.

    Support us by donating on patreon.com/Taiwan

    Follow us on Twitter @ghostislandme

    EPISODE CREDIT | Producer, Emily Y. Wu @emilyywu | Host, JR Wu | Editing & Research, Alice Yeh

    A Ghost Island Media production | www.ghostisland.media

    Support the show: https://patreon.com/Taiwan

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 45 分鐘
    Taiwan’s Green Parties: Dafydd Fell (SOAS University of London)

    Taiwan’s Green Parties: Dafydd Fell (SOAS University of London)

    Nate Maynard discusses green party politics with Dafydd Fell, a political scientist who focuses on Taiwan.

    • 31 分鐘
    Cannabis in Taiwan: Zoe Lee (Lawyer)

    Cannabis in Taiwan: Zoe Lee (Lawyer)

    The state of cannabis in Taiwan with the country’s only lawyer who only takes on cannabis-related cases.

    In 2020, she ran for a seat in the parliament on the platform of legalizing medical marijuana. She’s currently deputy secretary general of the Green Party in Taiwan. In March 2021, Ms. LEE won “Best Show Host” at the inaugural KKBOX Podcasts Awards for her podcast on cannabis, “In The Weeds with Lawyer Zoe Lee #大麻煩不煩,” produced by Ghost Island Media. 

    Marijuana remains a taboo in Taiwan. It’s a Class-2 narcotics. That’s the same class as meth. Possession over 20 grams can get you 5 years to life time in jail. 

    There is a movement for legalization here in Taiwan, and Ms. Zoe is a key person leading this movement. The global legal marijuana market, by one estimate, is predicted to be at 65 Billion USD by 2027. Cannabis is a global trend, and this is The Taiwan Take.

    Today’s episode is hosted by Emily Y. Wu, co-founder of Ghost Island Media and producer of The Taiwan Take.

    Support us by donating on patreon.com/Taiwan

    Follow us on Twitter @ghostislandme

    EPISODE CREDIT | Producer/Host, Emily Y. Wu @emilyywu | Researcher, Alice Yeh | Assistance from Elise Chan. 

    A Ghost Island Media production | www.ghostisland.media

    Support the show: https://patreon.com/Taiwan

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 30 分鐘
    Security 1 - PLA Rocket Force “PLARF”: Mark Stokes (Project 2049)

    Security 1 - PLA Rocket Force “PLARF”: Mark Stokes (Project 2049)

    (This interview was recorded in November 2020.)

    In 2019, according to the Pentagon, China launched more ballistic missiles for testing and training than the rest of the world combined. It did it through its newly minted rocket force, the People's Liberation Army Rocket Force - acronym P-L-A-R-F.

    PLARF is a critical component of China's nuclear deterrence strategy to deter and counter third-party intervention in regional conflicts. China's current defense minister, General Wei Fenghe, knows missiles. He was previously the commander of the predecessor of PLARF before PLARF was reorganized and given its new name.

    Mark Stokes is our guest today. He is executive director of the Project 2049 Institute, a think tank based in Washington, DC. Mr. Stokes is a 20-year United States Air Force veteran who served in intelligence planning and policy roles.

    Today’s episode is hosted by J.R. Wu - Chief of the Secretariat for INDSR (Institute for National Defense and Security Research) in Taiwan. Wu is a former journalist with nearly two decades of media experience in the US and Asia. She has led news bureaus for Reuters and Dow Jones.

    Support us by donating on patreon.com/Taiwan

    Follow us on Twitter @ghostislandme

    EPISODE CREDIT | Producer, Emily Y. Wu @emilyywu | Host, JR Wu | Researchers, Alice Yeh | Editing, Alice Yeh, Emily Y. Wu | a Ghost Island Media production | www.ghostisland.media

    Support the show: https://patreon.com/Taiwan

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 45 分鐘
    Life & Times of: Audrey Tang (Digital Minister @ Taiwan)

    Life & Times of: Audrey Tang (Digital Minister @ Taiwan)

    Digital Minister and self-taught coding whiz Audrey Tang shares her unconventional life story – from gender identity to hacktivism, why she chose the name “Audrey 唐鳳,” and what conservative anarchism means to her. 

    Having come of age together with Taiwanese democracy and the Internet, Tang relates how she took her education online after dropping out of junior high. Since then, Tang has striven to make knowledge as accessible, transparent, and collaborative as possible. She explains how open data initiatives (e.g. vTaiwan, g0v) can help citizens build consensus, participate in the legislative process, and ultimately, govern themselves.

    Today’s episode is hosted by J.R. Wu - Chief of the Secretariat for INDSR (Institute for National Defense and Security Research) in Taiwan. Wu is a former journalist with nearly two decades of media experience in the US and Asia. She has led news bureaus for Reuters and Dow Jones.

    Follow us on Twitter @ghostislandme

    EPISODE CREDIT | Producer, Emily Y. Wu @emilyywu | Host, JR Wu | Researchers, Sam Robbins @helloitisSam, Alice Yeh, Yu-Chen Lai @aGuavaEmoji

    A Ghost Island Media production | www.ghostisland.media

    Support the show: https://patreon.com/Taiwan

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 55 分鐘

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66 則評分

Daenerys T.

Good show

Love your show . Keep up the good work

Yuta10

Impactful

Great interviews that gives incredible insight into Taiwan. More frequent, please!

Ohbungaku

很讚

主題很多元,特別喜歡國際上有關台灣的討論,Lev解說就讓人獲益良多

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