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Loud Murmurs is a Mandarin-Chinese podcast about American pop culture, brought to you by four bilingual and bi-cultural women in the U.S. and their friends. We discuss movies, TV, documentaries, and the social, political issues reflected on by a piece of pop culture work. Too often, race, gender and other political and cultural issues are the subtext in pop culture. We seek to make the subtext explicit, question it and challenge it. The show is now in its third season, updated biweekly. We h ...
 
DongXiNanPei is a non-profit community based radio program. The radio program is produced and hosted by the volunteer worker Yilin Lee-Setälä. The production is funding by Yilin herself in collaboration with civic education organizations. The one-hour program broadcasts through 3 Finnish local radio stations Helsinki lähiradio100.3MHz, Turku Radio Robin Hood 91,4MHz, Tampere Radio Moreeni 98,4MHz and Tampere University internet radio radio.uta.fi. In mandarin Chinese, Dong means EAST, Xi WES ...
 
何思穎(Szu Yin),台灣電影配樂人、詞曲創作人、編曲人。輔仁大學音樂系畢業。2007年畢業於美國波士頓伯克利音樂學院,雙主修電影配樂和流行音樂寫作及製作。代表作《出境事務所》、《我的媽媽》、《蘭陵王》、《犀利人妻》。2010年以『時代照相館』Time Lapse 入圍第45屆金鐘獎最佳音效獎。 Szu Yin, She is a composer, singer, songwriter, and arranger from Taiwan, who is graduated from Berklee College of music duo major in Film scoring and contemporary writing & production. After graduation, she went to Los Angeles and as a music arranger and co-writer with lyricist Roxanne Seeman. In 2008, she returned Taiwan, and signed with Son ...
 
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“How did Japan embrace Western music, how music became part of modern cultural history, and how are the practices and institutions of the music world established in the forms we know today?” These questions are answered in Lasse Lehtonen’s book ‘Japanese Music: From the rumble of taiko drums to J-pop’ (The original Finnish name: ‘Japanilainen musii…
 
When “Racism” became taboo, one side the whiteness enjoys a system of racial privilege, while another side constantly pretends with a smile that the wound doesn’t hurt. Alice Jäske, a mixed-race generation, did mind her skin color and decided to open the fact what she has been through during her studenthood. Her pro gradu -study in Faculty of Educa…
 
The “Queen’s Gambit,” the new Netflix show about chess genius Beth Harmon, has managed to give us some joy amid this long period of listless pandemic-induced depression. Hosts Ina, Izzy and Diaodiao bring you this free-form, overly enthusiastic discussion filled with feminist (and other types of) rage where we try to get to the bottom of why this s…
 
Everyone has the right to choose the way of life. While in the western world, the women are claiming their rights to live, work and rights to their body, to live free from violence and discrimination, in the eastern corner of the world the Tibetan women give their voice silently to survive. An intersectional study “Tibetan Nuns between Oppression a…
 
In this episode, our two hosts and two guests continued our discussion on Netflix’s “Social Dilemma”. We talked about how the industry shaped us as practitioners (0:47) -- how it encouraged our uninhibited curiosity and restricted our imagination of what the Internet could have been(5:40). We also debated whether users should also be considered “la…
 
This is the first section of our two-part discussion of Netflix’s “Social Dilemma.” Brace yourself as our two hosts and two guests dive into a collective mental breakdown while breaking down the complex set of problems the documentary shed light on -- surveillance capitalism, attention economy, and social media addiction. We discussed our reaction …
 
這個星期的節目講的是大家餐桌上一定少不了的一種食材,那就是菇,金針菇也好,蠔菇也好,杏鮑菇也好,香菇,洋菇都行,可你們知道菇的身世嗎?你們知道吃進去的菇到底是什麼東西呢?你們知道菇,也就是真菌這個生物,在我們的生活中扮演著非常親密的角色。我們離不開菇,更需要對菇有正確的認識。這位曾經在英國和在芬蘭的森林裡找菇,研究菇,甚至動筆為菇的身世大揭秘的菇博士,真菌細胞生物博士 顧曉哲,他筆下的這本比圖鑑書更生動有趣的書 - 『菇的呼風喚雨史』(2018 年),不但要告訴大家餐盤上菇的歷史,更讓我們從認識進而去尊重每一口我們吃下去的東西。這樣的知識饗宴,絕對讓你吃得飽,也吃得好!
 
We’re in the midst of a worldwide pandemic. Fears about COVID-19 can take an emotional toll. How do we deal with coronavirus anxiety, cope with stress, uncertainty and worry? How do we allow the world to be part of our life with a peaceful mind? How about our children? Could we practice the peaceful mind with our children? Our guest Sari Markkanen,…
 
In this episode, our three hosts Izzy, Diaodiao and Ina discuss ‘Nomadland,’ a recent favorite of ours and of the film festival award circuit (winner of the top prize at the Venice Film Festival). We try to put into words the ennui and other hard-to-grasp feelings the film evokes. We examine our own relationships with nature and the land on which w…
 
In this episode, Diaodiao and Afra talk about their latest obsessions — dance competitions! We are talking about Youku’s electrifying reality dance show "The Street Dance of China", and HBO Max's vogue ballroom dance competition "Legendary" with a special guest: Bazi, who is the father of House of Kawakubo, the first vogue ballroom family in China.…
 
This is a very special episode we put together in 3 days. On September 18, 2020, Friday evening, we learned that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away at the age of 87. It was one of those news stories where you remember exactly what you were doing when you heard it. For this episode, hosts Izzy and Afra are joined by our guests Dan…
 
This is the episode you’ve all been waiting for. Let us save you the time of reading 10,000 think pieces on why the movie is bad, by telling you exactly why the movie is bad. Together with our beloved guests Tony Lin and Rui Zhong, hosts Ina, Izzy and Afra spend an hour talking about why we are thoroughly unimpressed by Disney’s 2020 live action re…
 
When the musical “Hamilton” first came out, all four of us were in our early 20s, trying to find our own place in a new country. We found hope and inspiration in the story of Alexander Hamilton as told by the musical—the story of a young, ambitious immigrant who became a hero of the American revolution. This past July 4th weekend, a original Broadw…
 
Violence is unsettling; violence in a civil demonstration is, for many, somehow more unsettling than violence sponsored by the state. This is the last episode in our three-part conversation about Black Lives Matter. Hosts Afra, Diaodiao and guests talk about the idea of “rioting” as presented in two movies: the National Geography’s documentary LA92…
 
This is a very special episode and the second of our 3-part conversation about Black Lives Matter. Longtime listeners of Loud Murmurs know that we have talked about “Black Panther” and “Green Book” when they first came out—about white savior complex in “Green Book” and the significance of Black futurism in “Black Panther.” But we want to bring back…
 
The Hollywood classic "Gone With The Wind" has recently been removed from HBO Max, and returned to its cinematic library a mere two weeks later with additional content: an optional intro that gives “frank assessment of both the film’s own racist content and the racism of the times and environment into which it was released” and another hour-long re…
 
This is one of the most anticipated episodes on Loud Murmurs for Afra, Izzy, and Ina, who share a (un)healthy obsession with the Nickelodeon cartoon “Avatar: The Last Airbender.” We’ve also invited a special guest, Eris Qian (Zhuoyang), New York-based director and playwright, to talk about why we love the show so much. It’s not just us. The 15-year…
 
Michelle Obama is one of the most iconic women of our time and one of the most beloved First Lady in U.S. history. Her memoir “Becoming” has been a book that is giving us life in a year filled with crises. For this episode, hosts Ina and Afra invited Dr. Guo Ting at the University of Hong Kong to talk about Michell Obama’s memoir—the lessons we can…
 
Hosts Diaodiao, Afra, and Izzy talk about Mindy Kailing’s new Netflix series “Never Have I Ever,” a coming-of-age comedy about Devi, a second-generation Indian American girl in California. We talk about our own past as overachieving high school nerds (more than one of us were also in Model UN ahem), the feeling of othering when you move to a new co…
 
This episode is dedicated to one of our quarantine favorites -- Netflix’s The Half of it, a quirky coming-of-age romantic comedy written and directed by Asian American director, Alice Wu. We unpacked the literary references of the film, and discussed why the references perfectly captured the mindset of a teenager literature reader. We also talked a…
 
In this episode, our hosts Afra and Diaodiao are joined by a group of AI practitioners to unpack the new season of HBO’s Westworld. They talked about the show’s fuzzy rendition of the role of engineering in AI technology, explained how the real-world versions of Incite create your user profile, and shared stories and researches that illustrate the …
 
This episode is basically an hour-long of us singing the praises of sitcom “Schitt’s Creek,” written and produced by Dan Levy and Eugene Levy. Its season finale aired in April so now is the perfect time to talk about this show, which went from a little-known series when it first aired in Canada 5 years ago to a breakout success with a ferocious fan…
 
Dear listeners, we hope you’re doing well wherever you may be. The hosts of Loud Murmurs have all been staying at home to help curb the epidemic and we thought what better way to retain our sanity than to talk about death, the meaning of life and ethics? In this episode, we invited our old friend Santu to talk about NBC’s comedy “The Good Place.” T…
 
This week hosts Afra and Izzy nerd out about Edward Norton’s 2019 film “Motherless Brooklyn” with our special first-time guest, DK-an architect based in New York. The neo-noir film touches on a lot of topics we love to talk about: the fight for racial equality in the U.S., the urban plan3ning history of NYC, housing rights in the past and at presen…
 
This is a very special episode. It’s a celebration of the second anniversary of Loud Murmurs. We’re very excited to share this with you all. Hosts Afra, Izzy, Ina and Diaodiao talk about Queer Eye, the popular Netflix makeover show. We discuss how its tagline “more than a makeover” manifests itself over this season; the structural inequality and cu…
 
In this episode, we talk about the 2019 movie “Bombshell” and two books that started the global “MeToo” movement—Ronan Farrow’s “Catch and Kill” and “She Said” by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey. It’s been almost 4 years since Trump’s “Pussygate” and his election, three years since the bombshell news story of Weinstein broke, two years since the Kavan…
 
2020 has been a rough year for us -- with the Coronavirus spreading from central China to all across the globe, we realized how small we are as humans in the face of a global health epidemic, yet also how grand humanity can be in the time of disasters. As we grow weary of shedding tears, we try to make sense of it all, discussing with peers and loo…
 
Title:S3E2: Little Women: not all 'sweetness and light' Today, your four hosts gather together to discuss a literary-turned-big-screen phenomenon that’s been sweeping the world and the awards ceremonies. We absolutely adore this modern-day adaptation by Greta Gerwig (who directed Lady Bird) and together, we explore the various themes within the mov…
 
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