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The Spark is a podcast that explores what it means to traverse cultures and share stories that intersect Chinese and American culture to interrupt barriers and create connections. The Spark is a cultural haven - A space held by a friendship between two women from two different countries, meeting at the point where their cultures, identities and stories intersect. Their conversations are grounded in transparency as they move beyond previous perceptions and ideas of the other to form deep conn ...
 
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In this episode, Amy and Meg sit down for one final conversation of The Spark’s Motherhood Series which organically stemmed from a single episode and turned into a beautiful, sensitive, and powerful series featuring three inspiring mothers. For Amy and Meg, it only felt fitting that the last guests of the series were the mothers they’ve been in con…
 
Raised in Shanghai, China, Jenny Zheng is a fellow millennial, entrepreneur, influencer, and a new mom in Manhattan. She is the founder of Velvet.Co, an international public relations and marketing agency and living her life to the fullest countering challenges with instinct. In this conversation, Jenny opens up about becoming a mother, striking th…
 
Dr. Wednesday Martin is a social scientist, storyteller, and #1 New York Times Bestselling Author. Her book, Primates of Park Avenue (translated into “I Am a Mother, I Need the Hermes Birkin Bag” in Chinese), stirred up a heated debate across oceans and sparked an greater awareness around “exhausted motherhood” and the scarcity mindset that runs ra…
 
赞了:在母亲节之际,我们决定发布与一位实实在在的超能女性的对话。她是“酷妈黛安娜”。曾经的她是一位投行人士,一位时尚设计师,以及竞技拉丁舞舞者。现在,她是两个男孩的妈妈(认真的,她简直是全能)正巧录制于国际妇女节,黛安娜和Meg还有Amy分享了作为一位在不同文化和不同国家之间,养育具有世界观的小朋友的经历和故事。当黛安娜成为妈妈的时候,她必须学习如何重塑自己的崩塌的个人身份。内容创作和录制视频帮助她找回了内心的平静。在创作的世界中,她想利用自己的平台,讲述那些值得被听见的伟大和充满力量的女性和母亲的故事。由The Spark Podcast
 
We're celebrating Mother's Day by kicking off a Motherhood Series in conversation with a true wonder woman and "cool mum," Dianna Lee. She's a former investment banker turned fashion designer, a Latin ballroom dancer and mother to two boys (Seriously, she does it all). Recorded by happenstance on International Women's Day of all days, Dianna shares…
 
Pelayo Alvarez is the host, founder, and producer of The Forbidden Apple Podcast, a space to reclaim your spirituality. He’s also been one of Amy’s best friends for the past three years after she moved to New York City. Pelayo grew up in the Catholic Church in Gijon, a northwestern city in Spain. He never felt like he belonged. His personality and …
 
The third installment of the “Artist Series,” Meg and Amy dive deep into conversation with, founder of Latitude Gallery in New York City, Shihui Zhou. In this episode, Shihui Zhou shares her story and invites us all to come along with the adventure that is opening an art gallery in 2020, that today, is not only surviving, but in many ways thriving.…
 
You may have heard about Ting Zhao, the documentary filmmaker who recently became the first Asian Woman to win a Golden Globe for her film 'Nomad Land' - a film observing U.S. culture. Our guest on this episode of The Spark Podcast is an aspiring documentary filmmaker and visual journalist currently based in Missoula, Montana who is well on his way…
 
生长在北京的 Ariel Ziyi Cui从小就知道自己长大后想成为一个艺术家。从五岁拿起画笔的那一刻起,她就再也没有将笔放下。三年前,她来到纽约学习设计。今天,她在纽约的一家精品住宅建筑事务所做与室内整修相关的工作。她终于实现梦想,并且成为了一位展览和室内设计师。作为火花电台“艺术家系列”的第一位嘉宾,在访谈和交流中我们深入探索了在他想寻找灵感,追随创作热情的过程。对于Ariel而言,在不同文化间穿梭的生活方式让她终于可以睁开双眼,敞开心扉地生活。 Born and raised in Beijing, Ariel Ziyi Cui always knew she wanted to be an artist. She began painting at five years old an…
 
Born and raised in Beijing, Ariel Ziyi Cui always knew she wanted to be an artist. She began painting at five years old and never stopped. Three years ago, she came to New York to study design. Today, she’s an exhibition and interior designer, and working for a boutique residential architecture firm specializing in gut renovations. The first in our…
 
The second guest on The Spark podcast is someone who Amy’s heard about most of her life, but Meg met him first. The Spark literally wouldn’t exist if it weren’t for this guest. Because of him, Amy and Meg met in the first place. Haocheng Wang is a prosecutor for the State of Montana and Meg’s husband. 13 years ago he came to the United States as an…
 
Following part one comes part two of The Spark’s interview with former fashion industry journalist and current editor at VICE Asia Pacific, Rachel Ruonan Zheng. In the second half of the interview Meg and Amy dive in deeper with Rachel as she shares the benefits and challenges of working and living in a bilingual environment. Together, Meg, Amy, an…
 
Amy Tianyi and Meg are back with the second season of The Spark, where they open up the conversation by introducing their first guest, Rachel Ruonan Zheng. Rachel is a former fashion industry journalist and, currently, an editor at VICE Asia Pacific. Amy first met Rachel in New York City by happenstance when Rachel was one of the speakers at an eve…
 
This is the fourth and final installment of The Spark’s “Wo-men” series, celebrating Women’s History Month. In this episode, Meg and Amy walk you through their own personal journeys in finding their relationships with their bodies as women. Amy shares her confusion with her body due to the lack of sex education, and Meg shares how her relationship …
 
When Amy was young she found herself questioning a woman’s role in the family and her mother told her she must be smart, that if she were to take a step back she could see “both the sea and the sky.” But are women who can see “both the sea and the sky” truly happy? Meg shares what happened when she took a step back, which led Amy and Meg to explore…
 
This is an episode that Meg and Amy have been contemplating on whether to record or not since January. Now that things have escalated and the whole world is connected and affected by COVID-19, they decided it was time. They paused the “Wo-men” Series to share their own stories and experiences watching this pandemic unfold. Amy also shares what it w…
 
With the launch of The Spark’s first ever series "Wo-Men", Amy and Meg will dive into deeper conversations on various topics related to being a woman in today's day and age. In this episode, Amy and Meg kick-off the conversation with their experience growing up as young girls in different cultures. They then move on to discuss the confusing yet exc…
 
Meg and Amy sit down to discuss a topic that comes up in their everyday lives - the question, “Where do you want to live?” For two women who are constantly traveling, who both have significant others from the opposite countries (China and America), and who both have lives and obligations in both countries, it’s a question that doesn’t have an easy …
 
In this episode, Meg and Amy each define what it means to be brave in the face of their fears. They open up about the fears that come along when moving across cultures and combating language and cultural barriers to forge connections. They come to the conclusion that fear and bravery can exist at the exact same time. If it were impossible for them …
 
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