45 episodes

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.

Ta for Ta: Women, Success, China SupChina

    • Business
    • 4.6 • 12 Ratings

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.

    Documentary filmmaking with Bianca Chen

    Documentary filmmaking with Bianca Chen

    Bianca Chen is the executive director and producer of Hello, Future! and founder of OX3 TV Productions. Her company’s mission is to enlighten global audiences on how technology will impact the world and humanity through documentaries. Bianca was a journalist and presenter for Reuters TV in the Asian market. Juliana and Bianca talk about the making of her documentary and what she learned throughout the process.

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    • 55 min
    Growth-stage investing and business development, with Amy Wu

    Growth-stage investing and business development, with Amy Wu

    This week, Juliana is joined by Amy Wu, an investment partner on Lightspeed Venture Group’s growth team. She was previously the group chief financial officer and senior vice president for Discovery Inc.’s global digital and sports businesses. Outside of work, she advises and angel-invests in startups in the New York tech community. In this episode, Amy will help you understand what's hot in gaming, direct-to-consumer business, infrastructure in the Asia-Pacific region, and why she is still bullish on China investments. She also offers some key tactical advice on how she navigates male-dominated spaces.

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    • 52 min
    How to excel at WeChat marketing, with Olivia Plotnick

    How to excel at WeChat marketing, with Olivia Plotnick

    Olivia Plotnick, a WeChat and China marketing specialist, has grown her career alongside the emergence of WeChat and has deep insights into the marketing and ecommerce space through the platform. In this episode, she joins Juliana to discuss organic social media growth, how to sustain a loyal follower base, how mini programs are game-changing features and how to leverage them, and what social media trends have been accelerated by COVID-19. She also provides advice to young professionals on how to get their foot in the door of the marketing and social media industry.

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    • 58 min
    Building the future of the China-Africa partnership

    Building the future of the China-Africa partnership

    This week, Juliana is joined by Hannah Ryder, the founder and CEO of Development Reimagined, a pioneering international development consultancy and the first Kenyan wholly foreign-owned enterprise in Beijing. It provides strategic advice and practical support to Chinese and international organizations on issues such as the Belt and Road Initiative, Africa’s growth market, development effectiveness, and China’s foreign aid. Hannah is also a former Kenyan and British diplomat, and an economist with over 15 years of experience.

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    • 51 min
    The testimony of resilient women: Lan Yan on her mother, her family, and the Cultural Revolution

    The testimony of resilient women: Lan Yan on her mother, her family, and the Cultural Revolution

    Lan Yan is the vice chairman of investment banking at Lazard and the chairman and CEO of Lazard Greater China. She recently authored the book The House of Yan: A Family at the Heart of a Century in Chinese History. In this episode, Yan shares her story as a young woman growing up during the Cultural Revolution, managing cultural expectations and personal aspirations, and the importance of her mother as an inspirational female figure in her life. 

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    • 59 min
    Making the case for pursuing your passion, with chef Jenny Dorsey

    Making the case for pursuing your passion, with chef Jenny Dorsey

    After beginning her career as a management consultant, Jenny Dorsey pivoted to a graduate program in business at Columbia. Still dissatisfied after a semester in school, she put her studies on hold and embarked on a personal and professional journey of self-discovery as a chef. This led to a string of gigs working in and around restaurants, and allowed her to pursue her own creative endeavors crafting not just meals but also experiences for her customers. 

    In this episode, Jenny describes her arrival on the food scene in the United States and her work as the founder and creative director of Studio ATAO, a nonprofit that creates live experiences at the crossroads of food, art, and social impact. 

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    • 54 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

Karin177 ,

Brilliant questions, compelling content. The antithesis of triviality

Sincere compliments to Juliana and the production of Ta for Ta. Consisntenly compelling content, well organized structure, but most of all brilliant questions to the guests, never banal or obvious.
Ta for Ta sheds light upon the great women of our time without making it a purely gender cause. It talks about terrific people, who for once happen to be women!
Great job, keep up!

elpcreek326566swdw ,

Host is a drag

Trying this out per kaiser kuo’s recommendation. Aside from poor audio and guest quality, host Juliana sounds like been forced to do this, with a constant flat, slow, passive, low energy, scratchy voice - so annoying. Amy Chua episode, filled with Chua meaningless BS, put the last nail on the coffin for me.

brookerobbins ,

Quality interviews, compelling interviewees, important topics

Super timely podcast series sitting at the intersection of feminism and China — two areas that absolutely should be further explored (by everyone) particularly at this specific moment in time. Consistently high quality interviews on a range of compelling topics. Inspiring speakers. 10/10.

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