Mosaic of China

An English-language podcast showcasing people who are making their mark in China.一个轻松愉快的英语播客,展示了一群目前正在中国留下印记的人。

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 26m. Bisher sind 43 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts

Mosaic of China with Oscar Fuchs: Season 1 Wrap-Up

For this special end of season wrap-up episode, I asked my friend and fellow podcaster Josh Ogden-Davis to join me for a chat. We talk about things like interview techniques, the editing process, and some of the show’s influences. But the main reason f...


 2020-04-21  20m

episode 30: The Fashion Figure (Octo Cheung, Fashion Designer)

The final episode of the season is with the fashion designer Octo Cheung, who epitomises the phrase “East Meets West”. Raised in Hong Kong, trained in Europe, and employed in China, Octo explains how her own cultural development has helped to inform her ...


 2020-04-14  28m

episode 29: The Beauty Biochemist (Sanford Browne, L'Oréal)

We’re almost at the end of Season 1, so I’m very happy to squeeze in an episode with a scientist before the end of the series. Sanford Browne has a background in biochemistry and, at the time of recording, was the VP of Research and Innovation at L'Oréal...


 2020-04-07  23m

episode 28: The Pain Whisperer (Lissanthea Taylor, Pain Management Practitioner)

My guest today is Lissanthea Taylor, who specialises in rehabilitation and pain management. We have a fascinating conversation about the different ways in which China and the West handle the natural ageing process, short-term and persistent pain, and ove...


 2020-03-31  26m

episode 27: The Music Man (Abe Deyo, Tour Manager, Live Nation)

Spending over a decade being a Tour Manager in China for international bands has taken this week's guest, Abe Deyo, to many destinations. In our discussion, we talk about some of his favourites, as well as his experiences on tour and his opinions on musi...


 2020-03-24  22m

episode 26: The Dance Curator (Sabrina Chen, Shanghai International Dance Center)

As Programme Director of China's first and only theatre complex specifically dedicated to dance, Sabrina Chen knows a thing or two about reading the China arts scene. In our chat, she compares the audiences in Shanghai to those of other cities in China a...


 2020-03-17  27m

episode 25: The Consular Kiwi (Tom Barker, New Zealand Deputy Consul-General)

International diplomacy can deal with matters of global consequence such as trade and the environment. It can deal with the deeply personal aspects of helping nationals in distress overseas. And it can also deal with the mundane drudgery of working in a ...


 2020-03-10  26m

episode 24: The Ode Decoder (Gigi Chang, Literary Translator)

We all take translation and translators for granted these days. There are now apps on your phone that can translate inputted text, can magically convert text within photos, and can even simultaneously translate audio as you’re speaking. But once you list...


 2020-03-03  27m

episode 23: The Running Addict (Greg Nance, Ultramarathon Runner and CEO)

Greg Nance’s business is in China, but his story will resonate with anyone around the world who is addicted to their life pursuits. For Greg, his addictions include ultramarathon racing, and his education business. If you’re a cynic, you’ll immediately...


 2020-02-25  35m

episode 22: The Immersive Producer (Roz Coleman, Sleep No More)

At the time of recording, Roz Coleman was the International Company Manager of the immersive theatre experience “Sleep No More” in Shanghai. This has given Roz a unique appreciation of audience responses in different countries and cultures, and during ou...


 2020-02-18  28m