36 episodes

The Milo Chao Show is a biography podcast where we talk to remarkable creators about how they got here.

In so doing, we hope to better understand the roots of creativity and how we all might nurture more in ourselves and those in our care.

Season One
In season one, Cao Jingxing and Milo Chao interview creators from China in Chinese. We interview a wide spectrum of people from author to actress and astrologer to barefoot doctor.

Season Two
In season two, Milo Chao interviews creators from China and the United States primarily in English.

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The Milo Chao Show is a biography podcast where we talk to remarkable creators about how they got here.

In so doing, we hope to better understand the roots of creativity and how we all might nurture more in ourselves and those in our care.

Season One
In season one, Cao Jingxing and Milo Chao interview creators from China in Chinese. We interview a wide spectrum of people from author to actress and astrologer to barefoot doctor.

Season Two
In season two, Milo Chao interviews creators from China and the United States primarily in English.

    Nils Andersson – the winningest coach in Asia

    Nils Andersson – the winningest coach in Asia

    NILS ANDERSSON

    For the past two years, he was Asia Pacific Creative of the Year. He also gave TBWA their highest ever regional ranking before he made his exit.

    He was ranked creative of the year for Greater China three years in a row. 

    The agencies he’s worked at here in China - Ogilvy, Y&R, and TBWA - have all been ranked agency of the year under his leadership.

    • 37 min
    Norman Tan - How a Singaporean is keeping us all on brand

    Norman Tan - How a Singaporean is keeping us all on brand

    NORMAN TAN

    How does the eighth child in a family of thirteen children emerge as one of the most awarded advertising creatives in Asia and still manage a laid back smile?

    Please listen in on my conversation with Norman Tan, formerly Chairman and Chief Creative Officer of North Asia at JWT and now head honcho at “onbrand” a new type of agency that offers top shelf creative at reassuringly expensive rates.

    • 40 min
    Caroline Pay – A mindful rebel with a thing against stiff upper lips

    Caroline Pay – A mindful rebel with a thing against stiff upper lips

    Today, we talk with Caroline Pay, Chief Creative Officer at Headspace. Caroline was Co-Chief Creative Officer at Grey London, considered one of the most creative agencies in what is arguably one of the most competitively creative cities in the world. She has also led creative teams at BBH and Mother amongst others.

    • 25 min
    Lee Clow - How a California bum got the world to think different

    Lee Clow - How a California bum got the world to think different

    LEE CLOW

    In this episode, I speak with advertising legend, Lee Clow who, for 25 years, partnered with Steve Jobs on some of the most brilliant pieces of advertising the world has ever seen: 1984, The Crazy One’s, and Mac vs PC (to name a few).

    I go into some detail about his career at the beginning of the interview so I won’t list everything here. Suffice to say, he is in every hall of fame you can think of and then some.

    • 55 min
    Scott Ross – How a rebel became a ruler

    Scott Ross – How a rebel became a ruler

    SCOTT ROSS

    Today, I am in Santa Barbara with Scott Ross, best known as the founder of Digital Domain, the company that created the visual effects for such Oscar winning movies as Titanic, What Dreams May Come, and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button – amongst many others. Did I mention Lord of the Rings, iRobot, and Fight Club? His partner in crime, at the time, was none other than director James Cameron.

    • 47 min
    Scott Ross – How a rebel became a ruler

    Scott Ross – How a rebel became a ruler

    SCOTT ROSS

    Today, I am in Santa Barbara with Scott Ross, best known as the founder of Digital Domain, the company that created the visual effects for such Oscar winning movies as Titanic, What Dreams May Come, and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button – amongst many others. Did I mention Lord of the Rings, iRobot, and Fight Club? His partner in crime, at the time, was none other than director James Cameron.

    • 1 hr 5 min

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