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49 minutes | Oct 27, 2021
#123: Kiwi returning home, Global talent relocation, NZ working culture and TCK with Bridget Romanes
My guest today is Bridget Romanes. She is the Founder of Mobile Relocation Ltd, helping Kiwis returning to work and live at homeland, assisting migrants and expats relocating to New Zealand, and offering a tailored program for businesses to recruit and retain international talent throughout Aotearoa. We discussed: From expat herself to founding the company to help expats, Bridget's cross-culture career journey The motivation behind starting a business solving talents relocation challenges. What are the top three struggles facing returning home Kiwis? How to overcome the reverse culture shock and mentally prepare well for returning home? How will children get affected by moving around? What's The Third Culture Kid (TCK)? What's the MIQ system? How can we better assist global talent to relocate to New Zealand? Thoughts on future work. Will remote working become mainstream in New Zealand? What's unique about the Kiwi working culture? What's the top three factors of NZ that will appeal to global talent to come? How to deal with the negative attitudes from locals toward migrants? If you could change one policy that will make your job easier, what would that be? What do you get most excited about future? Books and links mentioned in the episode: Bridget Romanes LinkedIn Free Move to NZ Checklist Tall poppy syndrome 30 Kiwi Slang Terms you need to know before you visit Third culture kids (TCK) The Third Culture Adult Book New Zealand MIQ System Are we returning to the office? Or is the future remote? Christchurch mosque shootings New Zealand Offers One-Off Resident Visa to 165,000 Migrants Mobile Relocation— Impacts of Reverse Culture Shock for Returning Kiwis (mobile-relocation.com)
58 minutes | Sep 21, 2021
#122: Digital Nomad, Self-actualization, Chinese Buddhism and Love with Allison Wang
My guest today is Allison Wang. She is a founder of a yoga brand, Awake. She is currently living a digital nomad life and writing a blog, and running a podcast channel. Allison and I used to be online friends, but we finally met in Madeira and recorded this podcast sitting in front of the Atlantic Ocean. The sound quality might not be perfect, but you’ll be able to hear the sound of waves and feel the zen vibes while we were talking about meditation, self-realisation and love. We discussed: Our random meetup in Madeira and some highlights at this digital nomad village. How to support yourself while living a digital nomad life? The journey of becoming a content creator Why the late 20s is the most painful period for the majority of people? Why do people never get satisfied even though they’ve achieved so-called successful life? Which four parts contribute to Self-actualization? Brief intro of Chinese philosopher Zhuangzi and Daoism What Chinese writer Su Shi taught us about life? How did early Chinese education on reciting poetry help us understand life better? The experience of egoless, can we hold this status forever? Why is love inconsistent, and how do you know he/she is your soulmate? Is there a cure for our modern loneliness? Books and links mentioned in this episode: Digital Nomads Madeira Islands Tim Ferriss 4-Hour Workweek Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu 煽风点火 Shan Feng Dian Huo Podcast Rumi American neuroendocrinology researcher and author Robert Morris Sapolsky Yoga With Adriene Transcendental Meditation Zen Buddhism 101 - The Power of Zen Meditation Henry Shukman — Zen, Tools for Awakening, Ayahuasca vs Meditation, Intro to Koans, and Using Wounds as the Doorway "Memento Mori": The Reminder We All Desperately Need Ryan Holiday Seneca Chinese philosopher Zhuangzi Chinese writer Su Shi Zhuangzi loses his wife Prelude to Water Melody by Su Shi Qingyuan Weixin three stages of life
60 minutes | Sep 13, 2021
#121: Chinese Philosophy, Traditional Festivals, 4 Character Idioms and Podcast Lessons with Jay Yow
My guest today is Jay Yow. Jay is a recording and mixing engineer and a gamer. He was born in Malaysia and immigrated to America in his adults year. Jay is currently the producer of one of my favourite podcasts James Altucher Show. We discussed: What's it like to be a bilingual writer producing two newsletters to two different audiences? How James Altucher adopted Jay and trained him to be his sound engineer? What are the top three lessons learnt from James Altucher Show that interviewed 700+ guests? How does playing games teach us about life and learn a new language and business strategy? What's the traditional Chinese education role in the Malaysian education system? What's the origin story of famous Chinese festivals such as the Dragon Boat Festival and Mid-autumn Festival? Who are the most famous poets in ancient China? Why there are so many different versions of history? What's the TRUTH? What's the fundamental difference between Chinese philosophy and western philosophy? Share some four-character idioms that are valuable: Wo Xin Chang Dan and Sai Weng Shi Ma Books/Links mentioned in this episodes: David Perell Write of Passage Jesse Itzler: The $160,000 Lesson How to connect with the greatest network in the world with AJ Jacobs How to Have Impossible Conversations when facts don't matter with Peter Boghossian How to start a conversation with Strangers? with Joe Keohane Fantasy Premier League 20/21 Review One Hundred Thousand Whys A story of Sima Guang Three Character Classic China’s Shakespeare - Du Fu Li Bai and Du Fu Dragon Boat Festival Mid-Autumn Festival Dynasties in Chinese history Qin Shi Huang Burning of books and burying of scholars Legalism (Chinese philosophy) Opium Wars Journey to the West Black Myth: Wukong Full version
47 minutes | Sep 3, 2021
#120: Sovereign Individual, Digital Age, Multi-incomes/citizenships with Doug Antin
Kia Ora, Nihao and hello! Welcome to the Chiwi Journal Podcast. I’m your host Camellia Yang. My guest today is Doug Antin. He is the Founder and Author of TSI Global Media, a company covering the Digital Age and how the current digital transformation creates a new class of people. Doug is also writing The Sovereign Individual Weekly Newsletter, providing insights, analysis, and actionable advice helping you become a Sovereign Individual and make the most of the digital transformation. We discussed: What’s the definition of the Sovereign Individual? Why should you care? How does a book written 20 years ago perfectly predict our current world? What digital trends support sovereign individual lifestyles? How do we deal with information abundance as a content creator? What role does blockchain and bitcoin play in this Sovereign Individual movement? Is there a conflict between becoming a sovereign individual vs be part of the community? Why should you have multiple citizenships? What stops people from becoming sovereign individuals? What’s the reason behind that? How to cultivate multiple income streams? If you can live and work anywhere, where would you go, and what criteria to consider? What’s the difference between a sovereign individual and an anarchist? How to build the system to run a weekly newsletter? Which three books to read when consider being a sovereign individual? Books and links mentioned in this episode: The Sovereign Individual: Mastering the Transition to the Information Age by James Dale Davidson and William Rees-Mogg How to Start a New Country by Balaji Srinivasan Neo-medievalism The Sovereign Individual Weekly Important Things About the Digital Age Future Shock by Alvin Toffler Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely Night as Frontier: Colonizing the World After Dark by Murray Melbin Thanks for listening to this episode. Remember that you can join my monthly newsletter email list at camelliayang.com, where I spend 140+ hours digging valuable insights from books, articles and podcasts and share them in a 6-min easy-to-read email. Please rate or leave a review on Apple Podcasts to help others discover this podcast if you like the show.
67 minutes | Aug 18, 2021
#119: Born as a Girl, Chinese Higher Education System, Stereotypes and Migrant Entrepreneurship with Royal Reed
Kia Ora, Nihao and hello! Welcome to the Chiwi Journal Podcast. I’m your host Camellia Yang. My guest today is Royal Reed. Royal has 20 years of experience in the NZ legal profession. She is also well respected in the Chinese community as a TV and Radio presenter and for her legal education programs for the community. Her legal practice and excellent cross-cultural dispute resolution have received recognition in New Zealand and Greater China. We discussed: What’s it like of being a girl born in a traditional Chinese family that parents favour boys over girls? What’s the bias that the old generation hold of giving birth to a girl? The decision making process behind picking up a career and move abroad. Why do Chinese people consider the National College Entrance examination as the only way to lead to a bright future? Does it contribute to many competitive Chinese students? What’s the difference between the New Zealand education system and the Chinese education system? How many stereotypes have Asian women received overseas? What’s bamboo plus glass ceiling facing Asian migrants in career? How to skin in the game and achieve a career breakthrough? Does local working experience still matter that much in today’s digital world? What internal and external factors drive Royal to start her own business? How to cultivate business culture as a female migrant leader? A brief introduction about On Being Bold organisation? Books and links mentioned in this episode Qingming Festival One-child policy The National College Entrance Examination (aka Gaokao) Empowering Women | On Being Bold Conference Bamboo ceiling Royal's interview on OBB （*Correct: The year I attended Gaokao was with 10 million people, not 20 million）
53 minutes | Aug 14, 2021
#118: Zen Meditation, Most Recommended Books, Competitiveness and Know Thyself with Richard Reis
My guest today is Richard Reis. He is the co-founder of Most Recommended Books, a voracious reader and a blogger. Richard also enjoys finance and building stuff. We discussed: Richard recently has done a three-month Zen Meditation retreat and shared his experience. What’s so unique about Zen Meditation compared with other meditation (e.g. mindfulness and TM)? Why should we focus on cultivating our intuition? What’s the motivation to build the Most Recommended Books? What’re the most recommended books in common? What’s Tim Ferriss’s effect? How to deal with self-doubt when building something new or running a startup? What traits of Larry Ellison worthy learning? Where does people’s competitiveness come from? What are the benefits of speaking multiple languages? Do people change personalities while speaking different languages? How to deal with loneliness and lack of community support while moving around very often? Is personality test the way to help Know Thyself? Books and links mentioned in this episode: Mountain Cloud Zen Centre A conversation between Sam Harris and Henry Shukman The Mysterious/Unsolvable Zen Koans - Henry Shukman, Associate Master of Sanbo Zen Japanese Zen Buddhist Philosophy 10% Happier by Dan Harris Principles: Life and Work by Ray Dalio Mind for Numbers: How to Excel at Math and Science by Barbara Oakley Steve Jobs on Intuition Most Recommended Books The Tim Ferriss Show Derek Sivers The Facebook Effect by David Kirkpatrick If it's not a hit, switch The 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss Softwar: An Intimate Portrait of Larry Ellison and Oracle by Larry Ellison and Matthew Symonds The Billionaire and the Mechanic: How Larry Ellison and a Car Mechanic Teamed Up to Win Sailing’s Greatest Race, The America’s Cup by Julian Guthrie Founders Podcast (Highly recommend!) How to think like a programmer — lessons in problem solving Full version of shownote
57 minutes | Aug 8, 2021
#117: Revolution, Ideology, Cyber Anarchism and Nation/Network State with Nick Lee
Kia Ora, Nihao and hello! Welcome to the Chiwi Journal Podcast. I’m your host Camellia Yang. My guest today is Nick Lee. He is a university instructor of Sociology and Humanities and Co-Host of the Revolution and Ideology program. We discussed: Nick’s combined background of finance, technology, sociology and phycology Brief introduction of the Revolution and Ideology podcast How do we judge whether a revolution is successful or not? What’s Cyber Anarchism? What’re the responses to Balaji’s Network State/Union essays on 1729.com? Are we conditioned to be settlers or nomads? What’s the definition of a state? What’s the rule of violence? How do ideologies and -isms affect people’s life and behaviour? Can we escape from ideologies? What misunderstanding from the mass about anarchism? How can we challenge the status quo and build the Network State? What are technology debt and ideology debt? Is China a real Communism country? What about Russia? Books and links mentioned in this episode: Revolution and Ideology podcast French Revolution American Revolution Cyber Anarchism Network State/Union by Balaji Srinivasan 1729.com The Art of Not Being Governed by James C. Scott Max Weber's definition on Nation State Rogers M. Smith Antonio Gramsci's theory of hegemony Cultural Revolution The End of History and the Last Man by Francis Fukuyama Werner Herzog's films Anarchism as a philosophy Lenin’s Conception of Socialism Thanks for listening to this episode. Remember that you can join my monthly newsletter email list at camelliayang.com, where I spend 140+ hours digging valuable insights from books, articles and podcasts and share them in a 6-min easy-to-read email. If you like the show, please rate or leave a review on Apple Podcasts to help others discover this podcast.
52 minutes | Aug 2, 2021
#116: Artistic journey, Self-realisation and Life philosophy with Monica Tong
Kia ora, Nihao and hello! Welcome to the Chiwi Journal Podcast. I’m your host Camellia Yang. My guest today is Monica Tong. Monica was born in Nanjing, China, and raised in Auckland, New Zealand. She spent eight years in the finance industry in New Zealand and Australia before she turned to her passion for art and design. She studied and practised as a multi-media artist in Los Angeles and currently lives in London. We talked about: What's Chiwi (Chiwi Kiwi)? And What traits of Chiwi have? What’s so good about New Zealand’s working-life balance environment and career break policy? The journey of giving up a highly paid banking job to pursue a passion in the art world. How does work with clay can bring a time-travelling experience? Why does making ceramics artworks can bring you mindfulness and joy? How to deal with self-doubt that and gain back confidence while shifting your career path? How to cope with peer pressures and traditional Chinese family’s values when choosing to be an artist? Brief intro about egg-frozen experience and women in 30s dilemma Success means have a single impact on individual life and let the ripple effect brings on positive changes. Bring ceramics to elders and children to see the world through different lenses. Books and Links Mentioned: Wabi-sabi philosophy Dao De Jing The Third Cultural Adults Ralph Waldo Emerson - To laugh often and much; to win respect; to earn appreciation; to find the beauty in others; to leave the world better; one life has breathed easier because you lived here. Get in touch with Monica Instagram: @momo_production @studio.m.ceramics Monica's website Royal Colleague of Arts profile Thanks for listening to this episode. Remember that you can join my monthly newsletter email list at camelliayang.com, where I spend 140+ hours digging valuable insights from books, articles and podcasts and share them in a 6-min easy-to-read email. If you like the show, please rate or leave a review on Apple Podcasts to help others discover this podcast.
37 minutes | Jul 22, 2021
#115: Home-schooling, Writing in Bilingual, Future of Education and GenZ with Gabriele Pizzi
My guest today is Gabriele Pizzi. He is 18 years old Italian and currently lives in northeastern Italy. He has been homeschooling since 2020 and now exploring the art of sculpture, bio-design, and digital fabrication. We discussed: What made Gabriele quit public school and homeschooling? Why are education systems around the world very similar? How to cope with peer pressure while choosing the unusual path? How to find your interests and have the discipline to run the self-learning program? The challenges facing bilingual writers? Why writing is the best way to test your learnings? Why apprenticeship is a great way to make friends and learn skills? How to build your networking and setting up your career goal while homeschooling? What GenZ wish other generations to know them better? What get Gabriele most excited about the future? Books and links mentioned in this episode: Education Tim Ferriss Show with Balaji 1729.com Jean Paul Sartre: NO EXIT The Start Of Startup Cities Waldorf School (Steiner School) Free Private Cities: Making Governments Compete For You by Titus Gebel Get in touch with Gabriele! Twitter @gabrielepizzi, Linkedin, Email
72 minutes | Jul 16, 2021
#114 Linguistics History, Latin America, Sino-U.S. Relations, and Global Mindsets with Jim
Kia Ora, Nihao and hello! Welcome to the Chiwi Journal Podcast. I’m your host Camellia Yang. On the show, I interview global citizens who follow a unique path to build a better future and share stories and tips they learned along the way. Our conversations are focus on cultural observations, technology trends, career development and philosophy. My guest today is Jim. He is an experienced digital nomad and worked in consulting, strategy & marketing, agribusiness and education. Jim is a 1.5 generation Chinese-American who has studied, lived and worked across four continents and speaks multiple languages. I hope you enjoy this episode. We discussed: Jim's early childhood memory of moving to America as a young kid and growing up experiencing three different cultures (Latino, American and Chinese cultures) Comparing three different languages (Chinese, English and Spanish) and giving a brief history of the Chinese language Why do modern Chinese speak Mandarin? What is the professional and social life like in Brazil for a North American Asian? The stories of the Japanese diaspora in Brazil and the Chinese diaspora in Panama Perspectives on melting pots as well as Chinese, Asian and Asian American experiences in America How to define one's identity as a Third Culture Kid? Jim's three points on the current state of Sino-U.S. relations How to cultivate a global mindset? 1729ers community, tech progressives, and network unions What get Jim most excited about the future? Books and links mentioned in this episode: Classic Chinese Novels Zi Zhi Tong Jian What Old Chinese may have sound like (around time of Confucius) What Middle Chinese (around 6th - 13th centuries) sounded like based on rhyme tables What Ming Dynasty early Mandarin (circa 16th - early 17th century) sounded like based on Jesuit missionaries’ recordings Exclusive video of Emperor Puyi's Testimoy At The Tokyo Trials Japanese Brazilians German Oktoberfest of Blumenau, Brazil Third Culture Kids and Third Culture Adults 1729.com 1729ers Community Shownotes web version Thanks for listening to this episode of “Chiwi Journal”. Remember that you can join my monthly newsletter email list at camelliayang.com, where I spend 140+ hours digging valuable insights from books, articles and podcasts and share them in a 6-min easy-to-read email.
37 minutes | Jul 4, 2021
#113: E-residency Program, SDZ Alliance, China-US Relation, Chartered Cities with Joel Burke
Kia Ora, Nihao and hello! Welcome to the Chiwi Journal Podcast. I’m your host Camellia Yang. On the show, I interview global citizens who follow a unique path to build a better future and share stories and tips they learned along the way. Our conversations are focus on cultural observations, technology trends, career development and philosophy. My guest today is Joel Burke. He is the partner at Tribe AI, MA Candidate at Georgetown’sGeorgetown’s International Business & Policy program. He leads the e-Residency program at the Republic of Estonia and has been a mentor to a startup accelerator focused on defence solutions in the US. He has been to over 50 countries, lived and worked on 3.5 continents and helped with many remote work visa and city-building projects. We discussed: How Joel started his career and showed interest in the intersection between tech and policy? A summary of the E-residency program at Estonia that Balaji mentioned @1729.com What the advantages for small countries leveraging digitalisation? What’s the opportunity for startups in the public service sector? Share some other initiatives, e.g. Columbia remote work visa and SDZ Alliance (Ethiopia city-building project) Response on the “Cloud-first, Land second” concept of building the future. A thought experiment on uploading minds online and downloading on any form of a body. With the increasing tense between China and the US, what Joel’s views on current geopolitics based on his experiences? China has tremendously invested in Africa’s infrastructure. What local people’s perspective towards China? Among all 50 countries Joel travelled and lived in, what’s the most interesting culture shock? Top three tips for people who choose to live a nomadic lifestyle and do remote works in the future What gets Joel most excited about the future? A brief overview of chartered cities Books and Links Mentioned: The Sovereign Individual: Mastering the Transition to the Information Age by James Dale Davidson and William Rees-Mogg E-residency Estonia SDZ ALLIANCE 1729.com Stand on Zanzibar by John Brunner The Three-Body Problem by Liu Cixin. Connect with Joel on LinkedIn Remember that you can join my monthly newsletter email list at camelliayang.com, where I spend 140+ hours digging valuable insights from books, articles and podcasts and share them in a 6-min easy-to-read email. If you like the show, please rate or leave a review on Apple Podcasts to help others discover this podcast.
47 minutes | Jun 28, 2021
#112: Digital Nomad, Community Building and 1729 Discord Community with Chance Taken
Kia Ora, Nihao and hello! Welcome to the Chiwi Journal Podcast. I’m your host Camellia Yang. On the show, I interview global citizens who follow a unique path to build a better future and share stories and tips they learned along the way. Our conversations are focus on cultural observations, technology trends, career development and philosophy. My guest today is Chance Taken. Chance is currently remote-working @On Deck. He is also a co-founder @Chingu. We discussed: Chance's digital nomad lifestyle How to cope with loneliness? What tools to use while relocating? Will remote working dominate the employment market? What's Chingu, and what problem is it going to solve? What's On Deck? Will the cohort model be the future? When people from all over the world working together, how do you create an environment for a nice cross-cultural? What's the motivation to create the 1729 Discord Community (note: it's not an official 1729 community)? What's the purpose of the 1729 Discord Community? Why 1729 encourage people to build up a decentralised media platform? How to deal with the reverse culture shock as a global citizen when back to your motherland? The technology and infrastructure progress of Asian countries What's advice for becoming a digital nomad and adapt to remote working? Top three tips for community building Linked mentioned from this episode: meetup.com https://chingu.io/ https://beondeck.com/ https://1729.com/ Balaji Srinivasan on Tim Ferriss Show 1729 Discord Community The Start Of Startup Cities The Pseudonymous Economy - Balaji Srinivasan Badass: making users awesome by Kathy Sierra If you like the show, please rate or leave a review on Apple Podcasts or subscribe to any podcasts platforms to help others discover this show. Your support makes all the difference!
51 minutes | Jun 1, 2021
理想屯播客今天迎来了大结局！从2017年堵车无聊时突发奇想开通了这档聊天节目，到现在身居地球两地，这档节目已经走过了四个年头。主播们在成长，陪我们一路走来的你，又经历了哪些变化呢？本期播客并没有什么寻常，还是我和LJ@李谐说 的一次远程电话沟通，你将听到： - 从开始到现在，我们的录播客感悟 - 你想为世界留下点什么？你会选择永生吗？ - 对元宇宙的探索，物质世界 vs 虚拟世界；理性 vs 动物性 - Memes或者表情包会如何影响我们的文化？语言 vs memes - 印象最深刻的播客单集, 发现对方有了哪些变化？(好像大家还是最喜欢前任聊天的单集哈哈） - 聊点创作者经济和未来趋势 - 吐槽资本主义这打不死的小强 - “如果再也不能见到你，祝你早安，午安，晚安。” Twitter：@camelliayang 微博：@翊瑄Camellia 公众号：理想屯 Website: https://www.camelliayang.com/
74 minutes | Apr 22, 2021
有着「两日维新」的欧超联赛最近占据了国内外各大体育媒体的头版头条，本期节目球姐请来了两位文娱产业观察者，同时也是资深球迷的@安若谷 @柏亚舟 老师，和大家分享一下我们对于现代足球改革的一些看法。 什么是欧超联赛？为什么豪门集体选择在此时推出欧超联赛？ 评析欧超涉及的利益相关方（国际足联、欧足联和英超等） 从产业角度、足球运动角度、和球迷身份角度分析欧超的核心争议在哪里？ 欧洲足球社区模式 vs 美国运动商业联盟模式 传统产业面临全球化和数字化冲击时，难免需要与时俱进做出改变 本土和海外球迷、球队本身和ZF官方对于欧超的反应和态度 英超诞生的历史背景，为什么相似的强强对决概念在当时能顺利通过？ 震惊足坛的「海塞尔球场」惨案对英国足球产生的影响 从欧冠的诞生过程，以及当年的G14，看当代足坛利益竞争的历史重演 你如何定义足球俱乐部？是属于球迷的胜地，还是金主眼中的赚钱机器？ 聊聊切尔西、阿森纳、曼联、曼城和利物浦背后的老板们 体育产业三大版块：赛事、平台和版权。赛事改变牵一发而动全身 两位阿森纳球迷对温格早年采访时预测未来的分析，以及吐槽克伦克 展望中国足球发展，以及中国球迷对于欧超的看法 (备注：节目中所述具体数字和具体人物名称可进一步查询确认） 👋🏻 理想屯是一档聚焦海外文化和哲学思考的播客节目。主播们生活在英国和新西兰，通过一手生活体验和观察，展现留学生和新移民的生活，也会不定期邀请有海外生活背景的嘉宾，和大家分享学术见解和海外求职创业经验。 Twitter：@camelliayang Instagram：@camelliayang Website: https://www.camelliayang.com/
91 minutes | Apr 14, 2021
#109：对话孙小社 | 子时极阴则转阳，给社会点时间和耐心吧
本期节目请来了@新西兰冷百科孙小社 做客理想屯，和大家分享他在海外生活的经历，从社会学的角度探讨年轻人的内卷生活和生活变革，以及小社在新西兰的育儿经验。你将听到: 1. 全网通行的「孙小社」名称大起底 2. 当年新西兰留学圈熟知的「文聚合」的前世今生 3. 每个人都有「文艺时刻」，有没有一个平台和社区能让我们畅所欲言治愈孤独？ 4. 留学潮时代下诞生的「新西兰青年联合会」 5. 为什么当代年轻人总是被上一代吐槽说「你们不行」，背后的社会学原因是什么？ 6. 「邓巴数目」解释当今「社恐」的普遍存在性 7. 为什么我们既害怕孤独又害怕打破孤独主动交流 8. 因兴趣结缘的社交关系为何如此脆弱？ 9. 你会怀念当年热情的邻里文化吗？我们要社会效率还是要人情味？ 10. 小社对孩子的五项价值观培养：知宇宙之浩渺，知自然之繁盛，知生死之坦然，知科学之无垠，知历史之可鉴。 11. 让球姐目瞪口呆的「科学早恋」和「鸡娃」概念 12. 「直升机式家长」真的是开明的吗？孩子也需要理解父母的「降级焦虑」 13. 新西兰的毛利文化如何促进新西兰的民族融合性？ 14. 从「电梯问题」讲起，我们为什么应该对人类社会发展充满信心 15. 「崔杼弑其君」的故事启发我们树立宏大的宇宙观，摆脱生活小问题的困扰 🎙️ 收听方式：可在其他各大播客平台/app搜索「理想屯」或者「The CJ Show」进行收听。 如果你喜欢我们的节目，别忘了在苹果播客给我们五星好评哟！ 👋🏻 理想屯是一档聚焦海外文化和哲学思考的播客节目。主播们生活在英国和新西兰，通过一手生活体验和观察，展现留学生和新移民的生活，也会不定期邀请有海外生活背景的嘉宾，和大家分享学术见解和海外求职创业经验。 Twitter：@camelliayang Instagram：@camelliayang Website: https://www.camelliayang.com/
42 minutes | Apr 5, 2021
本期节目球姐请来了新西兰旅游局全球社交媒体负责人Joan Zhang，和大家聊聊她的留学和海外求职经历，你将听到： 1. 疫情下的新西兰如何通过社交媒体推动旅游 2. 你知道新西兰旅游局在Spotify出过专辑吗？全球第一家哟！ 3. 分享几个有意思的新西兰社交媒体营销活动 4. 两个从事社交媒体十几年的人因战胜算法沾沾自喜 5. Joan从欧洲到新西兰的留学移民之路分享 6. Joan非洲义工经历 7. 初来乍到新西兰时，我们遇到的文化冲击 8. 在新西兰找工作最重要的事情！ 9. 新西兰航空靠自黑本国口音，在圣诞营销中脱颖而出 10. 留学生们经常被问到的问题：请问你是哪里口音？你从哪里来？ 11. 如何看待亚裔和女性在职场上的身份问题 12. 浅谈如今火热的Creator Economy 13. 为什么社交媒体从业人士本身的粉丝都不多？ 14. 我们对海明威和伍尔夫选择自杀的好奇 嘉宾推荐阅读： - Anthony Bourdain旅游美食节目 - 弗吉尼亚·伍尔夫作品 理想屯是一档聚焦海外文化和哲学思考的播客节目。主播们生活在英国和新西兰，通过一手生活体验和观察，展现留学生和新移民的生活，也会不定期邀请有海外生活背景的嘉宾，和大家分享学术见解和海外求职创业经验。 Twitter：@camelliayang Instagram：@camelliayang Clubhouse: @camelliayang Website: https://www.camelliayang.com/
55 minutes | Mar 23, 2021
【理想屯播客】本期节目球姐和LJ继续闲聊，你将听到： 1. LJ拍摄南极光之旅 2. 新富们纷纷逃离城市建自己的农场，数字革命之后的大城市还会那么有吸引力吗？ 3. 创作者经济了解一下呀 4. Sam Altman《万物摩尔定律》：人工智能取代机械劳动力后的社会什么样？ 5. 还记着软件游戏都是放在盒子里邮寄到家的日子吗？ 6. 现在很火的NTF会成为下一个风口吗？ 7. Elon Musk引领NTF套娃拍卖，后悔当年玩网游的我们怎么没靠卖皮肤和装备发家 8. 什么是真实？虚拟现实（VR）真的是虚假的吗？ 9. 人类社会的进步离不开好的故事 10. 一个幻化出80多个身份的作家：费尔南多·佩索阿《不安之书》 11. Enneagram Type人格测试，了解不同维度的自我 12. 你用身份和头衔定义自己，当有一天它们都离你而去，那你是谁呢？ 14. 斯多葛派的人生教义：人固有一死 15. 球姐自创的Flowism哲学，加会员吗？ 👋🏻 理想屯是一档聚焦海外文化和哲学思考的播客节目。主播们生活在英国和新西兰，通过一手生活体验和观察，展现留学生和新移民的生活，也会不定期邀请有海外生活背景的嘉宾，和大家分享学术见解和海外求职创业经验。 Twitter：@camelliayang 微博：@翊瑄Camellia 公众号：理想屯 Website: https://www.camelliayang.com/ 交流信箱：firstname.lastname@example.org
54 minutes | Mar 12, 2021
本期节目球姐请来了在新西兰航空工作时的同事搭档后方Knight，和大家分享他的职场和创业经验，以及在疫情时期如何重整旗鼓走出阴霾的经历，你将听到： - Knight从留学生选专业到拿到新西兰国企公司offer的经历 - 如何把握先机从技术部门跳到市场部门实现职场飞跃？ - 回忆在老东家新西兰航空的点滴，缅怀疫情前抬头就有飞机看的时光 - 对区块链着迷时期曾从新西兰飞到美国西海岸疯狂参加meetups - 为什么选择创业？如何定义一位好的创业者？如何与联合创始人沟通共事？ - 如何建立人脉和维系关系网络？ - 运气在人生道路上扮演的角色 - 2020年疫情迎期间遭遇人生低谷时如何走出阴霾？ - 意识世界的奇妙之处 - 男人也应该有MeToo运动，那就是分享脆弱感，聚焦精神和心理健康 - 人生是学会做减法的过程，找到你享受的’苦难’ 👋🏻 理想屯是一档聚焦海外文化和哲学思考的播客节目。主播们生活在英国和新西兰，通过一手生活体验和观察，展现留学生和新移民的生活，也会不定期邀请有海外生活背景的嘉宾，和大家分享学术见解和海外求职创业经验。 Twitter：@camelliayang 微博：@翊瑄Camellia 公众号：理想屯 Website: https://www.camelliayang.com/ 交流信箱：email@example.com
118 minutes | Mar 5, 2021
#105：3.8特别节目| 无关性别 浅谈对抗焦虑和抑郁并庆祝无意义
本期国际女人节特别节目，球姐和好朋友Ellen聊聊我们作为人类逃不出的焦虑和抑郁问题，从生理健康如何影响心理健康说起，最后谈到人生的意义，你将听到： 1. 什么是FOMO，为什么人们会有害怕错过的焦虑感？ 2. 焦虑和抑郁的两种表现形式：情绪问题和病理问题 3. 从《社交困境》纪录片谈起，我们的情绪问题应该都怪罪社交媒体吗？ 4. 儿童和青少年多动易怒和大脑前额叶皮质的关系 5. 如何通过改变生活方式来减轻焦虑？ 6. 你知道肠道健康也会影响情绪吗？营养精神学了解一下呀 7. 脑肠轴的发现带来治疗抑郁症的新方向 8. 肠道健康的四大重点：膳食纤维、OMG-3、微量元素和色氨酸 9. 癌症和压力的关系，以及乳糖不耐受需要注意事宜 10. 地中海式饮食国家的人民为什么天天好开心？ 11. 如何合理膳食保持健康抗衰老？ 12. 低中高强度运动和力量训练对于改善心情和大脑的影响 13. 通过正念饮食法和暴饮暴食说拜拜 14. 为什么不应该把追求幸福快乐当做人生目标？ 15. 有压力为什么也是一件好事儿？ 16. 人生的意义是什么？ 17. 双向情感障碍女孩的离世让我们想朗读米兰昆德拉和Lex Fridman 18. 如何对抗虚无主义？ 推荐阅读： 1. 丹尼尔·卡尼曼《思考快与慢》 2. 米兰·昆德拉《庆祝无意义》 3. 赫胥黎《美丽新世界》 4. Lex Fridman播客 5. Andrew Huberman播客 6. SapiensClub 知乎 7. David Eagleman 《Livewired: The Inside Story of the Ever-Changing Brain》 👋🏻 理想屯是一档聚焦海外文化和哲学思考的播客节目。主播们生活在英国和新西兰，通过一手生活体验和观察，展现留学生和新移民的生活，也会不定期邀请有海外生活背景的嘉宾，和大家分享学术见解和海外求职创业经验。 Twitter：@camelliayang 微博：@翊瑄Camellia 公众号：理想屯 Website: https://www.camelliayang.com/ 交流信箱：firstname.lastname@example.org
46 minutes | Feb 27, 2021
Mental Models（心智/思维模型）是人类做决策的基本配方。如果你的意识是操作系统的话，思维模型就是apps，帮助你根据环境做出决策。本期节目球姐和LJ就来分享下我们经常使用的思维模型，你将听到： - 什么是思维模型？做决策时为什么需要思维模型？ - 芒格和巴菲特的投资之道 - 逆向思维模型：PR届祖师爷的香烟营销宣传 - 第一原则思维：这可不是埃隆·马斯克专利 - 奥卡姆剃刀和汉隆剃刀：如无必要，勿增实体；宁信其愚，不信其恶。 - 个人辩护思维：人们为什么喜欢双标？ - 系统和目标思维：玩一个无限的游戏吧 - 方向和速度思维：忙碌是借口，方向才是出口 - 不对称思考方式：多做低风险高回报的事情 - 游戏思维：一起来打怪升级吧 - 绝对所有权思维：现场翻车打脸为什么怪别人没用 - 每个人身上都有闪光点，三人行必有我师 - 环境决定论：不要用意志力去抗衡实现目标 - 二阶思维：好的用意往往导致坏的结果 - 找到人生底层意义来完善自己的思维模型 - 屁股决定脑袋，做一个理性思考的人有多难？ 推荐阅读： - 彼得·考夫曼 《穷查理宝典》 - 丹尼尔·卡尼曼 《思考，快与慢》 - 雷·达里奥 《原则》 - The Great Mental Models: General Thinking Concepts by Rhiannon Beaubien and Shane Parrish - The Psychology of Money by Morgan Housel - 公众号理想屯《助你决策的24大思维模型》文章 👋🏻 理想屯是一档聚焦海外文化和哲学思考的播客节目。主播们生活在英国和新西兰，通过一手生活体验和观察，展现留学生和新移民的生活，也会不定期邀请有海外生活背景的嘉宾，和大家分享学术见解和海外求职创业经验。 Twitter：@camelliayang 微博：@翊瑄Camellia 公众号：理想屯 Website: https://www.camelliayang.com/ 交流信箱：email@example.com
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