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A bilingual podcast featuring personal stories by people of Taiwanese heritage. 雙語訪跟台灣人、華僑、華裔訪談. *NEW* Friendspiration Series: talking to friends about their creative endeavors. Twitter, Instagram, Facebook: @twdiaspora. Show notes: www.taiwanesediaspora.com. Email: hello@taiwanesediaspora.com. Support: https://ko-fi.com/twdiaspora. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/twdiaspora/support
 
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我每次去 Madison, WI 就會到他們開的台灣小吃餐廳吃好吃的,享受店裡的風格。真的是我其中最愛去的地方!很高興有機會跟 Seven 跟 Christine 聊。Seven 跟 Kai 在美國的威斯康星州的麥迪遜城市開的台灣小吃餐廳。Christine 在 University of Wisconsin Madison 讀中國文學的博士。 What a fun conversation (in English and Mandarin) with Seven and Christine from Taiwan Little Eats, a restaurant featuring amazing food and a cultural space for arts and conver…
 
This is the second episode in the Friendspiration Series! Pretty thrilled that the turnaround on this one a week from when we recorded. I'm thrilled to have Bentley Brown as a guest today. I first met him a few months ago, actually a few nights before I ran the Boston Marathon, when he was in town for a film screening of his latest: "Revolution fro…
 
This is the first episode in the Friendspiration Series! We recorded this almost exactly a year ago in Feb 2021, a few months after Pamoja officially launched. I'm super excited to introduce you to Stephanie Evans, founder of Pamoja! We first met at a post-MBA program in Italy, and I'm so excited for her to share her journey in founding a leather g…
 
Announcement: I'm running the Boston Marathon in April -- will you help me fundraise for BCNC to support new immigrants Make a donation using this link (before April 30, 2022): https://www.givengain.com/ap/cynthia-lin-raising-funds-for-boston-chinatown-neighborhood-center-bcnc-/ *** About: Boston Marathon! Nonprofit: Boston Chinatown Neighborhood C…
 
公告:我四月分要跑波士頓馬拉松!希望你能幫忙捐款給幫助新移民的非營利。 捐款 (make a donation): https://www.givengain.com/ap/cynthia-lin-raising-funds-for-boston-chinatown-neighborhood-center-bcnc-/ 波士頓馬拉松 (Boston Marathon) 非營利 (nonprofit): Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center (BCNC) 波士頓華埠社區中心 訓練的過程 (training updates): https://www.instagram.com/twdiaspora/ *** Say hi! 來打招呼! Social medi…
 
#50: 用雇主或投資移民簽証到美國的步驟 / Employment Based Immigration Visa Process (episode is in English and Mandarin. 這集用英文跟中文聊) Want to immigrate to the US? There are many visa options. Mark (an immigration consultant) and Priscilla (an immigration lawyer) join us again for a conversation on the Employment Based Immigration Visa process (EB1 through EB5). They'r…
 
#49: Life After Competitive Table Tennis 當桌球選手之後的生活 Barbara Wei (魏欣芳) shares her journey on redefining herself after spending over half her life as a world table tennis champion. Becoming a table tennis world champion as a child and teen Encountering her biggest “moment of failure” and how that actually freed her up to play better Reflecting on how…
 
#48: Casual convo on expat childhood, graduating from college, favorite comfort food w/Judy Chen Pulled this from what I'll call the Time Capsule Series (recorded a while back, but not-yet-published interviews). This episode is from Summer 2019, after Judy graduated from Tufts University and contemplating next steps. We met up for a casual conversa…
 
#47: Disability Pedagogy and Accessibility Advocacy (殘疾教育和無障礙宣傳) Janelle Chu Capwell (朱自立) joins us for a conversation on: - Growing up in the San Gabriel Valley (the SGV) - Being a PhD candidate at the University of Arizona in English Composition and Rhetoric - Her research interests: disability pedagogy and hiring student workers with disabilitie…
 
#46: 追美國夢:台灣律師到美國讀法律 LLM (episode is in Chinese / 國語) Priscilla grew up in Taiwan having a fascination with foreign culture. After graduating with law school with a specialty in IP law in Taiwan, she enrolled at UPenn's LLM program. She'll share about how she landed a job at a US law firm, and how her first boss taught her so much more than being a…
 
#45: 回想十年前在美國當高中大學的留學生 (episode is primarily in Chinese / 這集大部分是用國語聊) Mark shares his experience as an international student from Taiwan attending high school and college in the US: dorm life vs homestay with an American family; learning English and practicing speaking through ESL, sports, writing love letters to his high school girlfriend, and jou…
 
#44: Making it Count: Taiwanese American Identity on Pew Research Report w/ Christina Hu 胡若涵 (Director, Write in Taiwanese Census Campaign | Director of Civic Engagement, Taiwanese American Citizens League) Christina shares her journey this past summer working with the Pew Research Center on having the report corrected to reflect Taiwanese-American…
 
#43: Conversation w/organizers of Write in Taiwanese Census Campaign on Taiwanese Identity (台灣自我認同), US Census Data (人口普查), and Pew Research Center's Report on Asian Americans (亞裔的文章) "This is who we are. Keep making it count. 自己的認同繼續報" Christina Hu: Director, Write in Taiwanese Census Campaign | Director of Civic Engagement, Taiwanese American Cit…
 
Psyched to share this snippet of convo with Ling -- recorded last fall in Sept 2020. We went to the same college at the same time, but somehow our paths didn't cross until an alumni event a few years ago. - MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives (MISTI): the internships abroad program - Working at Pixar Animation Studios on Finding Do…
 
Sharing this lunch and learn panel discussion from 7/6/21 hosted by Asian Women for Health https://www.asianwomenforhealth.org (Instagram: @asianwomenforhealth), featuring Boston-area podcasters of Asian heritage in a behind-the-mic scoop discussion about podcasting and content creation: Audrey Paek - From Resilience to Radiance Podcast (Instagram:…
 
[Nomadic Taiwanese (Nomadic 台灣廊) Series] Part 1 of 2 (中文). Blake Cheng 鄭瑋津 knew from a young age she wanted to leave Taiwan. 她從小就知道她想離開台灣到美國讀書。In elementary school, she went to Toronto, Canada on a school trip, an experience she recalls on with mixed feelings. She ended up doing her Master's degree in Chicago, Illinois, USA in arts management 藝術管理,…
 
#39: Together with family friends, Yvonne and Henry founded Legend Chicken 霸王别姬 (Flushing, NY) to highlight Taiwanese cuisine. Interview happened 2 years ago, a few months after they first opened the Taiwanese snack bar. Happy to finally be sharing our conversation! I was in NY a few weeks ago and made a special trip into Flushing just to eat 1) Le…
 
Hear from Francesca Chang 張思佳 about her journey turning the universe's curveballs into awesome opportunities: leaving a law practice shortly after passing the Bar, taking a tangentially-related-to-law tech job in the Bay Area, then life happened and she moved to Taiwan. She is now a travel blogger and vlogger promoting slow travel in Taiwan through…
 
Incredibly inspiring conversation with Michelle Wu 吳弭, City Councilor 市議員 and Candidate for Mayor of Boston 市長候選. (2:25) Campaign kickoff videos: 中文 / English / español. (4:56) Remarks recorded at a Boston neighborhood Town Hall (Sept 2020). (22:43) City Councilor Bio: https://www.boston.gov/departments/city-council/michelle-wu (25:00) Our intervie…
 
Excited to share this episode where Grace Chou, where we chat about marathon running and podcasting, as well as her adventures living around the world (South Africa, Brazil, Portugal, Spain, Taiwan, US). 我們聊跑馬拉松,做podcast,還有了解她當台灣外交官的女兒真麼在不同國家生長的故事。她住過南非,巴西,葡萄牙,西班牙,美國! 恭喜 Huge congratulations to Grace! 她最近出了podcast,歡迎大家收聽! She recently launched her …
 
(episode is in English) Honored to share this conversation with Jeff Tseng, centered around a post he wrote on social media (quoted below) in reaction to the recent spike in violence against Asians in the US. We discuss racism in the workplace and dating worlds, and reflect on how writing is a great way to process thoughts and feelings. Favorite li…
 
(episode in English and Mandarin / 英文+國語) "I had good people around me and good people pushing me in the right direction." So excited to share this conversation with Bruce Chiang 江中翔 ! (4:15) 江中翔 的自我介紹. (7:00) 台灣出生,客家人,為什麼到俄勒岡州. (5:00) Bruce self-intro in English. He was born in Taiwan and grew up in Hood River, Oregon, where he didn't grow up arou…
 
(episode in English / 英文) William Wang is a law enforcement agent ("Mountie") with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP 加拿大皇家騎警) in Saskatchewan (薩斯喀徹溫省) and cohost of The Financial Classroom podcast. In our conversation today, he shares first about growing up in Kaohsiung and Vancouver (溫哥華), and then we chat about his passion for personal fina…
 
(episode in English / 英文) Fully-packed episode with David Tan, who became an educator after learning about educational inequities. He's on a mission to help third-culture kids discern identity. He was born in the US and attended international schools in Asia in his middle and high school years. He returned to the US to attend college at The Ohio St…
 
(bilingual episode in Mandarin Chinese and English / 中英) Fun episode with Cherry Lin 林璩茜! Cherry recently launched a cooking website geared towards students living on their own -- it includes recipes that helped her survive years of learning how to adult. Check it out at stucipe.live and let her know what your favorite dishes are! 她最近新開始了網站有學習下廚的食譜…
 
(bilingual episode in Mandarin Chinese and English / 中英) Wellington Tzou discusses growing up in Atlanta, Georgia, key dates in the upcoming Georgia Senate Runoff Election, founding TASA at Emory University, and becoming Board President at the Taiwanese American Citizens League (TACL). 喬治亞州參議院選舉 , 台美公民協會. --- Key dates and links for the Georgia Sen…
 
(bilingual episode) It's my great pleasure to speak with Chantelle Lin, CEO and Linda Chen, Head of Social Media from 愛睏娛樂 Aikhun Entertainment. Aikhun Entertainment has partnered with the Taipei Film Festival and the Asian World Film Festival to put on the Dream Flare Film Festival, going on right now through Nov 20, 2020. -- Virtual event accessi…
 
US 2020 Elections are around the corner. Are you ready to vote? -- More resources mentioned on the episode listed on the website 請到主網頁看更多相關資訊連結: https://taiwanesediaspora.com/podcast/episode-28 -- This topic of this episode was suggested by listeners. So we sit down with a few listeners and talk about voting in the upcoming 2020 US general election…
 
(Episode is in Mandarin Chinese and English; 這集是用國語跟英文) (3:05) English: Chien-Chi is a breast cancer survivor (乳癌倖存者) and founder of the non-profit organization Asian Women for Health (亞裔女性健康聯盟) -- a peer-led, community-based network dedicated to advancing Asian women's health and wellness through education, advocacy, and support. (3:58) 國語: 台商會 (1…
 
(Episode is in English; 這集是用英文) Starting college and want some advice on getting through the mounds of assigned readings and essay writing? Check out Chelsea's tips (recorded pre-COVID). Back-to-school series featuring Chelsea. At the time of recording, Chelsea was wrapping up her first semester of senior year in college. 我們是肺炎之前錄這集。她剛好在大四的寒假休息,準備上…
 
(Episode is in English; 這集是用英文) Back-to-school series featuring Christopher, a high school sophomore at the time of the pre-COVID recording, about running on the track team and recovering from a flub when he dropped the baton during a relay. We're joined by his older sister, who adds some insights as well. Other topics: high school classes, pep ral…
 
(Episode is in English; 這集是用英文) Back-to-school series featuring Christian (a high school sophomore at the time of the pre-COVID recording). He talks about all the memorable things I personally associate with high school (super nostalgic!): band friends, band trips, music auditions, and finding a "school family" through team sports. If you're a high…
 
親愛的聽眾們, 你也在不同文化求學、生活、工作,或正在探索你的台灣人身份嗎?歡迎來加入好奇槓鈴和台灣人Podcast的聯合線上 Meet Up 吧! 這是個中英文雙語的聚會,我們想討論的話題包括:探索在跨文化生活的人生樣貌;在海外科技及運動科學的生活與工作;其他你想聊的話題。 Hi Curious Barbell and Taiwanese Diaspora listeners! We're co-hosting a bilingual meetup this weekend for our podcast fans. Come hang out and meet other listeners! After a quick round of intros, we'll open up th…
 
(Episode is in English; 這集是用英文) Super fun pre-COVID19 conversation with Chloe (age 10)! She very articulately shares insights about life as a fifth grader: games at recess, responsibilities of a patrol, graduation traditions, 中文學校,演講比賽, learning from her siblings on how to skate and play trumpet, helping her parents cook dumplings and mochi, and ne…
 
(Episode is in English; 這集是用英文) Today's interview was recorded in April and features Scott Hsu. He's a 2nd gen Taiwanese American teacher/musician/father who grew up in Massachusetts and spent most of his formative years in the college town of Amherst. His wife is a 2nd gen Taiwanese-American as well and they have two 3rd gen kids (ages 9 and 10). …
 
(Episode is in English and Chinese; 這集是用英文跟中文) Bilingual conversation with the founder of Outreach for Taiwan (OFTaiwan.org) Eric Tsai. We connected at the Boston Taiwan Film Festival last year. Eric talks about why he founded Outreach for Taiwan, and about the types of workshops and topics he prepares for various Taiwanese-American student groups.…
 
Reposting my interview with Susie! Susie Wang is one of my beloved podcast hosts. She has two (!) podcasts -- one in English (titled: "Darling what did you say") and one in Mandarin (and sometimes Taiwanese, titled "雪梨台灣阿姐的碎碎念 (華語)"). Tune in on any podcast player and follow Susie on Instagram at Instagram @sydneytaiwanbigsister. I've been followin…
 
(Episode is in English) Emi Higashiyama (東山絵美 / 陳繪美) discusses her new research project: documenting Japanese colonial architecture in Taiwan. She was born in Japan to Taiwanese immigrant parents, grew up in Taiwan (she identifies as a "third culture kid"), went to American school in Taiwan, and traveled extensively in her adult life. She has a ton…
 
(Episode is in English) Winnie Chen works in public affairs and loves journaling. She shares tidbits about her experience growing up in CA: about being a rebel by skipping Chinese school, about how her favorite college subjects helped her understand her bicultural identity and appreciate her parents' sacrifices, and about how she handled encounteri…
 
(Episode is in English) Thomas Lin talks about life in college as a music education major, his love of Chinese yo-yo (扯鈴) and euphonium, and involvement with the University of Maryland (UMCP) chapter of the Taiwanese American Student Association (TASA). Follow Thomas on Instagram @its.lintentional UMCP TASA: https://umcptasa.org/pages/home.html ***…
 
Welcome to Nomadic Taiwanese (Nomadic 台灣廊), a new bilingual podcast series brought to you by the hosts of Curious Barbell and Taiwanese Diaspora podcasts to amplify voices from Taiwanese communities around the world. 歡迎來到Nomadic 台灣廊系列,一個由 台灣人 Podcast 和好奇槓鈴Podcast所合作的音頻節目。 You may know Angie from the Curious Barbell and Cynthia from Taiwanese Diaspo…
 
Sociology, Freelancing, Powerlifting + Life Coach 社會學,自由職業,建身+建生教練 w/Angie Wang, host of Curious Barbell *** Shownotes TBD *** Say hi! 來打招呼! Facebook, Instagram, Twitter: @twdiaspora. hello@taiwanesediaspora.com www.taiwanesediaspora.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/twdiaspora/support
 
(Episode is in English. Additional show notes coming soon) Abigail Hing Wen, author of Loveboat, Taipei. Loveboat, Taipei comes out Jan 7, 2020. *** (0:00) Intro in English. I had a very exciting conversation with Abigail today about her debut novel Loveboat, Taipei, as well as a smattering of others topics including dating, working the tech world,…
 
(Episode is primarily in English) We continue our conversation from Episode 13 with Tony Hu (胡牧民). In this episode, Tony shares about his mental health journey and self care practices. Thank you for your bravery and vulnerability, Tony! *** (Intro) in English and Chinese. (2:10) Taiwanese/Asian pop culture recommendations? musicians and artists: Ja…
 
(Episode is primarily in English) Tony Hu (胡牧民) is a Taiwanese-Canadian who has gone back and forth between Taiwan and Canada (加拿大) his whole life. He shares his experiences and perspectives on growing in Canada and the US, going to American School (美國學校) in Taiwan, college in Canada, alternative military service (替代役) in Taiwan, and now back in Ca…
 
(Episode is in Chinese and English / 這集用國語和英文聊) I had the pleasure of talking with Dr. Geri Tien (田乃潔 博士) today about mental health and her focus on using systemic therapy to work with first and second generation family members. Born in Taiwan, she knew at young age she wanted to be a therapist. To do so required her to get at least a Master's degr…
 
(Episode is in Chinese and English / 這集用國語和英文聊) Today's conversation is with Chi-Wei Lo (駱奇偉), one of Taiwan's premier pianists. He was born in Kaohsiung, Taiwan and is currently a DMA candidate at the New England Conservatory. He shares stories and memories about starting to play at age 3, and how the years of playing classical music gave him the …
 
(Episode is in Chinese and English / 國語+英文) Tracy Chien (簡郁容) shares memories and reflections about moving to the US from Taiwan in 1993 when she was 10 years old. She was sent solo by her parents to live in an informal homestay arrangement to attend school. She was called a parachute kid (小留學生), an unaccompanied minor sent overseas for school. She…
 
(Episode is in Chinese. 這集用國語聊。) We talk with Dr. Peng (彭博士) today about his career as a nuclear engineer (核能工程師). A native of Taiwan, he completed his elementary through Master’s studies in Taiwan, and considers himself really lucky throughout his education endeavors to have had really great teachers who recognized his strengths and encouraged him…
 
(Episode is mostly in Chinese) Today's topic is drinking water (飲用水)! In the United States, we are (for the most part) incredibly lucky to have safe, potable water by a quick turn of the faucet. Curious about which government entity regulates and establishes federal standards for drinking water? Historically, it's been the US Environmental Protecti…
 
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