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If you're looking to keep up your Chinese and learn about critical issues relating to U.S.-China policy, then you've come to the right place. This podcast provides a selection of audio recordings from AMS lectures in Washington, D.C., as well as readings from key policy documents often featured in AMS weekly newsletters. If you are not a member of the American Mandarin Society, go to www.mandarinsociety.us and sign up. Thanks for listening!
 
This podcast is not so much as a share of my points of view on education as a discussion of education with anyone who hear this podcast. I really thank it for letting my voice be heard by more people. The current education is not yet a benefit for all people, but we never give up improving it. We argued, struggled and even sacrificed, for a better education. Time has been different, so are our views on education. I believe that any improvement is made by "standing on the shoulders of Giants" ...
 
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In this episode, we bring you a recording of our event with Jin Yan (金焱), Caijing magazine’s DC bureau chief. In her talk, Jin Yan shares her observations of America, gained during her seven eventful years in Washington DC reporting for one of China’s leading business magazines on topics ranging from politics, to economics, to society. This is a he…
 
In this episode, we bring you a recording of our recent event with Dr. Chen Ping-Kuei, assistant professor in the Department of Diplomacy at National Chengchi University. This lecture focuses on the Tsai administration's Southbound Policy, an aim to strengthen ties with countries in Southeast, South, and Austral-Asia. This is a helpful lecture for …
 
In this episode, we bring you a recording of our recent event with Dr. Zhao Long, associate professor at the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies and visiting fellow at CSIS. The lecture focuses on heightened tensions between the United States and Russia as well as increasing cooperation between China and Russia.…
 
In this episode, we bring you a recording of our recent event with Dr. Chelsea Chia-chen Chou, Assistant Professor in the Graduate Institute of National Development at National Taiwan University. The lecture focuses on elements that have led to progress in healthcare reform in China, including increased investment, expanded coverage, technological …
 
In this episode, we bring you a recording of our recent event with Dr. Yang Xuedong, Director of the Central Documents Translation Center (CDTC) of the Central Compilation and Translation Bureau of CCP Central Committee and senior research fellow of the China Center for Global Governance and Development Strategies (CCGGD). The lecture focuses on Ch…
 
In this episode, we bring you a recording of our recent event with Robert Daly, director of the Wilson Center's Kissinger Institute on China and the United States and AMS board member. The lecture focuses on building Mandarin fluency after formal studies have finished, how to incorporate it into professional practice, and how to continue to not onl…
 
In this episode, we bring you a recording of our recent event with Chia-Huan Chang, a visiting fellow of the Freeman Chair in China Studies at CSIS and a former instructor at Taiwan's National Defense University. Chia-Huan Chang's research interests include the issues related to the international law of the sea, maritime policies, and the South Chi…
 
In this episode, we bring you a recording of our recent event with Dr. Zhang Zhexin, research fellow at the Center for Asia Pacific Studies at the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies and visiting fellow at CSIS. The title of his talk is China’s Pursuit of a New Asia Pacific Security Architecture and Implications for US-China Relations. Am…
 
his episode is about the reasons for creating this podcast. I hope this podcast can help me find partners, cooperators and friends who have same interest in education. As saying does, many roads lead to Rome, I may be one of them, and because of my limited experience, my thoughts can be immature, but I sincerely hope you can share your points of vi…
 
This episode is about the relations of 9 topics I have recorded. In this episode, I will give and explain the relations of 9 topics one by one. In general, the first 4 topics are the basis of my stance on education reform/revolution, the next 2 topics express education from an individual aspect, and the last 3 topics are about the significance of e…
 
Thanks for listening! Please feel free to leave your comments and/or opinions to andiemarcle@gmail.com Synopsis of Today's Topic:In ecosystem, diversity depends on variation of life and places species occupy. Education needs diversity, but so many people treat diversity by our appearances, identities and ethnic groups, which are learned from statis…
 
Thanks for your listening! Please feel free to leave your comments and/or opinions to andiemarcle@gmail.com Synopsis of Today's Topic:Isaac Newton said, “If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.” I sincerely thank and respect the ancestors’ work and efforts, and I think we should follow their steps to improve education a…
 
Thanks for your listening! Please feel free to leave your comments and/or opinions to andiemarcle@gmail.com Synopsis of Today's Topic:This society never lacks wealth and talents, just as this world never lacks gold and diamonds. However, they both need a way to find them. The first one who found gold and diamonds is only a spreader of the news, but…
 
Thanks for your listening! Please feel free to leave your comments and/or opinions to andiemarcle@gmail.com Synopsis of Today's Topic:Lifelong learning, as Wikipedia explains, is the "ongoing, voluntary, and self-motivated" pursuit of knowledge for either personal or professional reasons… It not only enhances social inclusion, active citizenship, a…
 
Thanks for your listening! Please feel free to leave your comments and/or opinions to andiemarcle@gmail.com Synopsis of Today's Topic:The ability to choose helps us cope with future’s uncertainty, and the ability to learn deals with the past and the present. One who has ability to choose must own the ability to learn, but not everyone who is able t…
 
Thanks for your listening! Please feel free to leave your comments and/or opinions to andiemarcle@gmail.com Synopsis of Today's Topic:Should we use our definition of excellence to decide others’ future, or should our views are being changed by others’ excellence of all kinds? SAT, for example, brings convenience to the evaluation process, but it is…
 
Thanks for your listening! Please feel free to leave your comments and/or opinions to andiemarcle@gmail.com Synopsis of Today's Topic:When education is for everyone, it is only a privilege to keep giving to fill a bottomless hole. When it is for all people, it helps people realize what they need and then helps them to satisfy the needs. As Chinese …
 
Thanks for your listening! Please feel free to leave your comments and/or opinions to andiemarcle@gmail.com Synopsis of Today's Topic:What is the biggest risk when improving education system? Financial barrier or our avarice for talents and our indifference to unequal opportunities? The main difference between people and things is that things are b…
 
Thanks for your listening! Please feel free to leave your comments and/or opinions to andiemarcle@gmail.com Synopsis of Today's Topic:For an admission officer or an interviewer, does he read applications as part of his job or a sense of mission to seek the talents?It’s different that one works for salary, one works for responsibility and one works …
 
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