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Chase Jarvis is a visionary photographer, artist and entrepreneur. Cited as one of the most influential photographers of the past decade, he is the founder & CEO of CreativeLive. In this show, Chase and some of the world’s top creative entrepreneurs, artists, and celebrities share stories designed to help you gain actionable insights to recognize your passions and achieve your goals.
 
Learn Chinese with ease! Talk Chineasy brings you 7-minute daily Chinese lessons. Each day, ShaoLan and a special guest share interesting cultural insights and stories as they teach you a useful Chinese phrase. Our amazing guests include rock stars, artists, CEOs, professors, adventurists, scientists, and more. You’ll discover the rich culture behind the most widely spoken language, while you learn how to converse in basic Mandarin Chinese. Explore various topics, special guests, and inspira ...
 
Behind the Tech invites listeners to geek out with an amazing line-up of tech heroes, inventors and innovators. Microsoft CTO Kevin Scott takes tech enthusiasts behind-the-scenes to meet AI experts, computer scientists, authors, musicians, digital leaders, bioengineers and neuroscientists who have made discoveries, built tools, and literally helped make our modern world possible.
 
Unlike other business podcasts. No filler and no fluff. HTE is a show for people looking to take charge of their lives and build a successful online business. People who are looking for their next business idea, getting started online, and how to start a business. We understand that starting a business and doing work that matters is not always easy, but it is worth it. Learn more at https://hacktheentrepreneur.com/podcasts/
 
ROAM From Home is a home-sound experiment in candid conversation with some of the most prominent voices in the world of adventure. Explorers, athletes, filmmakers and adventure icons from the ROAM Universe share their stories from life in the field, plus the tactics, and tools they are using in day-to-day life during these unprecedented times. Co-hosted by ROAM Founder Chris Jerard and National Geographic photographer and Alpinist Cory Richards.
 
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I believe that daily actions cultivate our mindset and, in turn, our mindset determines much about our lives; not only external things like success and fulfillment, but also how we handle adversity, mental/physical health, and more. Today's episode was part of the Chase Jarvis RAW series on YouTube where I share a number of things I do first thing …
 
If you've ever looked up film and digital camera lessons on YouTube, there's a high chance you've bumped into Kai Wong's top-of-the-game photography videos or even come across one of his videos featuring yours truly + a lego camera. Previously known for creating innovative content with a humorous bent for one of YouTube's most subscribed photograph…
 
How do you say ”let’s take a selfie” and ”take a picture” in Mandarin Chinese? Find out with Chineasy creator ShaoLan and the world famous photographer Chase Jarvis from CreativeLive. When you listen you will find out why the Chinese description of the phrase is so poetic! Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/tal…
 
DeRay, Kaya, Sam, and De'Ara cover the underreported news of the week, including small town prisons, #SheWillRise, reductions in the poverty rate, and reverse search warrants. DeRay interviews Michael Levine and Makeda Mays Green from Nickelodeon about how kids interact with entertainment. DeRay: https://www.themarshallproject.org/2021/06/10/small-…
 
What things can you describe as “fresh” in Chinese? Learn how to pronounce the word perfectly along with today’s guest, Transition singer Jesse Edbrooke. Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/214-fresh/Explore various topics, special guests, and expansive list of useful Chinese phrases on Talk Chineas…
 
Learn how to say “new” in Chinese with Kickstarter’s Sean Leow and ShaoLan. Find out how to apply the word to describe “new year,” “new home,” “new book” and “newbie” and more! Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/213-new/Explore various topics, special guests, and expansive list of useful Chinese ph…
 
Tony Curzon Price of Open Politics joins ShaoLan to learn two incredibly useful words ”open” and ”close” in Mandarin Chinese. Find out how the use of these verbs are different in Chinese than in English and be surprised at how many different situations you can use them in! Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/tal…
 
Musician Ida M. Paul has had many hit songs and her success is down to some great talent and an amazing work ethic. As a student at Harvard University, she knows about roommates and in this episode finds out how to say ”roommate” in Mandarin Chinese. Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/211-roommate/…
 
Listen to this humorous episode in order to master the pronunciation of ”smells bad” in Mandarin Chinese with ShaoLan and Harvard University student Stephen Turban. Would you describe stinky tofu as a good smell or bad smell?! Listen and enjoy! Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/210-smells-bad/Expl…
 
Which style of English do you enjoy listening to? Singapore style, English style, American style. Learn how to express that and more in an entertaining conversation between Chineasy creator ShaoLan and Transition drummer Josh Edbrooke. Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/209-english/Explore various …
 
DeRay, Kaya, Sam, and De'Ara cover the underreported news of the week, including Black policewomen, the Cleveland Guardians, executive clemency, and Philadelphia's law enforcement corruption. DeRay interviews Millete Birhanemaskel of Tigray Action Committee about the war in Ethiopia. DeRay: https://www.inquirer.com/news/a/philadelphia-homicide-dete…
 
Chinese expert and keen chef of Chinese cuisine James Trapp drops in to the studio in London to share some of the key ways to describe Chinese Cuisine. He also shares what he likes to make as his “signature dish.” This episode will almost certainly make you feel hungry! Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/l…
 
"Opportunities are like buses, there’s always another one coming.” -Richard Branson Be ready to catch the next bus. This episode is a reminder that failing is necessary in order to succeed. If we are only focused on what could have been, we fail to see opportunities that are right at our fingertips. In this episode I recount the experience building…
 
Josh Edbrooke, drummer from Transition shares why visiting hospital recently has been a positive experience. Find out from his conversation with ShaoLan how to say “hospital” and “dentist” in Chinese. Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/207-hospital/Explore various topics, special guests, and expans…
 
What does ancient Chinese wisdom have to do with kites? Find out that and more in this episode with ShaoLan and kiteboard inventor Tony Curzon Price! Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/206-kite/Explore various topics, special guests, and expansive list of useful Chinese phrases on Talk Chineasy web…
 
How do you say ”go abroad” in Mandarin Chinese? And what differences are there between that and the literal translation in English? Transition drummer Josh joins ShaoLan to find out! Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/204-go-abroad/Explore various topics, special guests, and expansive list of usefu…
 
Immensely popular student Stephen Turban learns the word for ”popularity” in Mandarin Chinese. Understand the right ways to use the word and also find our more about the Chinese concept of destiny or ”yuan fen” 緣分/缘分. Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/203-popularity/Explore various topics, special…
 
Ben Uyeda stepped away from the award-winning architecture firm he co-founded, as well as an Ivy League teaching position, to develop media companies that deliver affordable designs to the masses. In the last four years, Ben’s design ideas have reached more than 50 million people and the free designs he gives away are being built on six different c…
 
What does the word for ”subscribe” in Mandarin Chinese have to do with getting engaged? Find out in this interesting interview with Chief Editor of ”The What”, Gina Pell who has tens of thousands of subscribers. Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/202-to-subscribe/Explore various topics, special gue…
 
DeRay, Kaya, Sam, and De'Ara cover the underreported news of the week, including critical race theory, nuisance ordinances, district attorney switch-ups, and the $129 billion school stimulus. DeRay interviews sociologist Carmen Gutierrez about health insurance complications for previously incarcerated persons. DeRay: https://www.currentaffairs.org/…
 
The app Calm has already had over 10 million downloads worldwide and in this episode, its creator Michael Acton Smith shares with ShaoLan why it is helping more people than ever. Discover how to say “calm” in Chinese and stay calm in the hectic, fast-paced modern world that we all live in. Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www…
 
Steven Bathiche, who’s behind some of the most innovative Microsoft products, shares his philosophy of life and talks about new computing form factors from AI and machine learning to robotics. Listen in as Kevin talks with Steven about where creative ideas originate – and how to use failure to create your next success. Kevin Scott Click here for tr…
 
Today's episode is an audience question from Bobby, a creative asking about how to stay focused and finish projects. ADHD and mental health stuff aside, much of this question boils down to aligning goals, values and actions. What I mean by that is that if you say you are going to do something, do it. It might be uncomfortable, difficult or humbling…
 
Bruno Giussani of TED was one of the key people who offered key encouragement and support to ShaoLan in her journey to create Chineasy. Bruno shares some of his invaluable expertise about how to shine on the stage and learns how to say “stage” in Chinese. Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/200-stag…
 
Are you a fan of Chineasy?! How do you say fans in Chinese? Transition singer and songwriter Jesse Edbrooke joins ShaoLan in London to find out and to get the pronunciation perfect! Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/199-fans/Explore various topics, special guests, and expansive list of useful Chin…
 
Sean Leow of Kickstarter has spent many years in China and speaks the language fluently. In this episode, he joins ShaoLan to teach you how to say ”special” in Chinese! Also, find out which ”special” new project Chineasy will release through Kickstarter Gold. Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/198-…
 
Creator of Creative Live the world’s largest live streaming education platform joins ShaoLan to talk about how to save the world with ”creativity.” Moreover, listen to the interview to learn to say ”live streaming” in Mandarin Chinese. Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/197-creativity/Explore vario…
 
What things are possible? ShaoLan quizzes Mandeep on her views and shows how the newly learned Chinese word ”possible” can be applied in many real life situations. Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/196-possible/Explore various topics, special guests, and expansive list of useful Chinese phrases on…
 
Your thoughts aren't something you have, they're something you hone. It's a double-edged sword; optimistic, enthusiastic thinking compounds over time to create amazing things, while a multitude of mental woes can dampen our willingness to go bigger. Jon Acuff, author of Soundtracks: the surprising solution to overthinking and one of my favorite spe…
 
Ever wondered how to say ”get naked” in Chinese? World famous doctor David Agus phones in from California to find out. He also shares his views that ”getting naked” can help us to prevent disease and live a long and healthy life. Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/195-get-naked/Explore various topi…
 
DeRay, Kaya, Sam, and De'Ara cover the underreported news of the week, including spelling bees, Afghanistan, California jails, and vaccination marketing. DeRay interviews law professor Brandon L. Garrett about his book "Autopsy of a Crime Lab: Exposing the Flaws in Forensics." DeRay: https://calmatters.org/justice/2021/03/waiting-for-justice/ Kaya:…
 
CEO of cyber security firm Crossword Cybersecurity Tom Ilube knows a thing or too about keeping yourself protected online. He shares his valuable knowledge and learns how to say ”internet” in Chinese in the process. Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/194-internet/Explore various topics, special gue…
 
Passion and curiosity drive the artist towards a craft that usually isn't the most lucrative. Early on, we jump on any opportunity to make money. But quickly, reality sets in. Bills, taxes, medical costs, equipment- it adds up fast, and we realize that we going to have to charge more. So how do we scale a creative business? In this episode I take a…
 
Sean Leow of Kickstarter calls in from New York to learn how to say “limit” and “unlimited” in Chinese. Both words are key in different situations, so be sure to listen in. Also, find out why limited editions are often more desired by Kickstarter backers than unlimited versions! Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.c…
 
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