Examine the world from multiple perspectives. Learn to hold different views. Listen to those who we disagree with.
The hosts, both raised in China and now working in the US, engage with guests and each other to paint a nuanced picture of everyday topics.
China Did WHAT?
Hansen and Seed react to some news about China from Reddit where the good news doesn't stop coming.
Alternative title: Chinese reaction to the US reaction to China.
Two dumb Chinese with an average white guy
Are we all racist? Is it even possible to eradicate people's stereotypes?
In this spicy episode, Hansen and Seed sit down with Matt the white to chat about common stereotypes Americans hold against Chinese people and vice versa. Also find out what Hansen REALLY wants.
Be a good person, etc.
Are you a believer? What does it mean to be a good person, etc.? Hansen and Seed sit down (virtually) with Garrett, aka Citizen Sky, and discuss Christianity in the US and in China, religions and spirituality, the problem of evil, and why Seed won't sing English songs.
Check out original music by Citizen Sky:
Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/citizen-sky/1507850843
The Covid Difference
When it comes to COVID, the differences in response and in outcome couldn't have been more pronounced between the US and China. Unfortunately, so much of what we see and hear is fueled by the predominant stories and biases about "the other side".
In this episode, Hansen, Seed, and Billy share an open-minded conversation about how the two nations handled this pandemic, and what it can teach us about our commonalities and differences.
Music by Ari: https://soundcloud.com/arimakemusic
The Future of Education
Superposition is a show show where we examine multiple perspectives on each topic.
In this episode, we sit down with our good friend Scott and his wife Rita, who is an American educator. We discuss education systems in the US and China, and how the school systems and family education shaped our world views. With the insights into both systems, we will dive into what might be the future of education in the age of technology and globalization.