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The most memorable moments from Asia Society’s acclaimed programming, delivered in 15 minutes or less. We choose the most enlightening, fascinating, and entertaining events and conversations and turn them in to easy-to-digest podcast episodes. If you have a passion for Asia — including arts, culture, current affairs, policy, Asian-American issues, and more — subscribe today.
 
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Heart Asia aims to convey the best cardiology research and practice from the developing regions of the world to an international audience. The journal seeks to publish work from around the world with the Asia Pacific being a region of particular focus. A collaboration of the British Cardiovascular Society and BMJ, Heart Asia publishes original research, topical articles and analysis. Content is currently free - just register here (http://goo.gl/8691xn) to gain access. * The purpose of this p ...
 
IMS’s Forest Refuge has hosted experienced meditators since 2003. Its program is specifically designed to encourage sustained, longer-term retreat practice – a key component in the transmission of Buddhism from Asia to the West. Within a harmonious and secluded environment, meditators can nurture the highest aspiration for liberation. In consultation with visiting insight meditation teachers, a program of training in one or more Early Buddhist practices is created for each participant, allow ...
 
Learn about a foreign policy of realism and restraint with audio from the JQA Society's regular digital events featuring international relations scholars, policymakers, think tankers, and more speaking about pressing issues that impact U.S. foreign policy. JQAS's guests bring expertise on subjects like Chinese military strategy, European security, and more; plus, hear about career paths in international affairs.
 
Are you looking to build wealth with purpose? The Dreamers Podcast shares the story of change-makers who bet on themselves to design a wealthy life, free of society's expectations. Anne-Lyse Wealth is the host of the Dreamers Podcast. Each week, she interviews guests who share the process behind building their dreams. Guests discuss their journey, as well as their money wins and losses. Each interview provides you with actionable items to help you on your wealth-building journey. The Dreamer ...
 
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Human rights lawyer Dilfuza Kurolova and political scientist Dr. Farkhod Tolipov talk about their homeland Uzbekistan – the land locked and most populous country of Central Asia. After two decades of economic and political isolation under the former President Islom Karimov, there are hopes that the current president will bring the much needed chang…
 
Trading stocks and securities is a combination of experience, instinct, and industry know-how. And at times, it can get overwhelming especially if you weigh the risk and aren’t well aware of the potential reward. So what can you do to lower your risk and maximize your profits instead? This week, the Dreamer joining us is the founder of Trade and Tr…
 
Korea Society Inaugural Van Fleet Policy Signature Event November 17, 2021 - Former Ambassador and Admiral Harry Harris, UNC/CFC/USFK Commander General Robert Abrams, Pacific Fleet Commander Admiral Scott Swift will sit down with Korea Society Board Director and former UNC/CFC/USFK Commander General Walter “Skip” Sharp for a discussion exploring No…
 
(Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge) Using mindfulness as a basis for the cultivation of meta (loving kindness0, karuna (compassion), and mudita (appreciation)Caroline Jones
 
November 15, 2021 - Candid analysis from Former Members of Congress on the upcoming US Midterms Elections. How will it impact the Congressional legislative agenda in terms of domestic and foreign policy? What will their foreign trade and security priorities be? How can the US work with allies and partners such as The Republic of Korea? This program…
 
Learning to put your money to work is crucial because increasing your earnings alone won't be enough to build lasting wealth. This week's episode focuses on the different habits to develop to own your financial narrative and secure your financial future. This week, the Dreamer joining us on the podcast is Certified Financial Planner, author, speake…
 
November 12, 2021 - Join us as Seung-yoon Lee, CEO, and Co-Founder of Radish Fiction, shares “lessons learned” from his years of experience in media innovation. Before taking on his current position as the Global Strategy Officer at Kakao Entertainment, he founded Radish Fiction, serialized fiction app bringing curated premium, and original stories…
 
Diplomacy is breaking out in the Middle East. Traditional rivals like Saudi Arabia and Iran have been sitting down to talk through their differences. Why is this happening? Trita Parsi of the Quincy Institute and several other influential commentators have argued that the United States' drawdown in the region has forced its partners to dial back mo…
 
Can you imagine earning more without ever chasing money? Did you ever take the time to define what wealth looks like for you? In episode 43 of the podcast, our guest, transformational speaker, and business coach, Patrice Washington, tells us all about how to redefine wealth for ourselves and why we should chase purpose, not money. Patrice Washingto…
 
Peter Campbell of Baylor University applies lessons from defensive military doctrine to make the case for the advantages of a defense-oriented cyber doctrine in a digital discussion with the John Quincy Adams Society. (8/26/2020)
 
November 4, 2021 - Council on Foreign Relations Director of the Program on US-Korea Policy and Senior Fellow Scott A. Snyder, Atlantic Council Senior Fellow and former U.S. National Intelligence Officer for North Korea Markus Garlauskas, and Stimson Center nonresident fellow Rachel Minyoung Lee join Senior Director Stephen Noerper and Policy Direct…
 
November 3, 2021 - Celebrating the 10th year of our Young Professionals’ Network (YPN) series, The Korea Society is excited to announce the YPN 10th Anniversary Special with singer-songwriter Eric Nam, one of the most popular and recognizable celebrities in Asia. As a Korean American singer, songwriter, entertainer, and TV personality from Atlanta,…
 
Working for the U.S. Department of Defense is a dream for many aspiring national security wonks, yet many end up getting stuck in the infamous USAJobs black hole. How can you make your application stronger? We hear from James Dillon, a recruiter for the Department of Defense, about how to stand out, from the secrets to a good federal resume to the …
 
Fears of a new era of great power competition in East Asia are gripping Washington - but nobody seems to have told the region's states, which are maintaining low defense spending and resolving disputes among one another. This John Quincy Adams Society digital discussion features David C. Kang of the University of Southern California.…
 
Is Europe capable of defending itself against a Russian invasion without assistance from the United States? In a recent paper for Survival, Barry R. Posen argues that it can. The John Quincy Adams Society's national organization teamed up with the JQAS chapter at the University of Notre Dame for a conversation with Dr. Posen on his article and seve…
 
U.S. foreign economic assistance may seem like it'd be great for everyone in countries that receive it - and certainly less likely to be involved in repression than military aid. The evidence points a different direction. We heard from Virginia Commonwealth University professor Jessica Trisko Darden about the research behind her book Aiding and Abe…
 
How can the JQA Society change your life and accelerate your career? How can you take your leadership skills to the next level? Several current and former chapter leaders talk about the impact their involvement with the John Quincy Adams Society has had for them. You'll hear from Julia and Ryan, two JQA alumni who now work in foreign policy in Wash…
 
The War in Afghanistan has come to an end. But what about the legal framework that made it (and the Global War on Terror) happen? Hear from a policy advocate working to lobby Congress for a more peaceful foreign policy. Julia Gledhill, a former JQA Society campus leader, now works at the Friends Committee for National Legislation, where she covers …
 
Thucydides famously argued that the rise of Athens, and the fear this provoked in Sparta, made the Peloponnesian War inevitable. Some have taken this to be a general principle: rising powers and the relatively declining states they advance upon are doomed to confrontation, crisis, and war. Will this be the case with the United States and China? In …
 
Most of us are familiar with the dread that comes with bills, debt, lifestyle creep, unexpected or unplanned expenses that keep us in a never-ending cycle of financial stress. Being financially independent is much more than just being prepared to cover unexpected expenses. It's knowing that working is a choice, not an obligation and that you won't …
 
November 1, 2021 - Join us for this conversation about Asian American involvement in U.S. politics featuring Congressman Andy Kim. How has the role of Asian Americans in U.S. politics evolved over time and responded to pressing issues? This conversation is moderated by Tony Kim, board director for The Korea Society and Partner at Centerview Partner…
 
For some who were born with a golden spoon in their mouth, money isn’t a problem. But for most of us who have experienced poverty and lived a challenging life, money is something we value. With that being said, retirement planning is critical, and gaining knowledge and perspective on its advantages will greatly help you in the long run. This episod…
 
Most of us were taught that hard work is the key to success. But instead of working HARDER, how about we learn to work SMARTER? In this week’s episode, we have Asia Abston, a dropshipping expert, and the founder of the Luxe life Academy. Asia shares with us how we can use dropshipping to build passive income, and why she thinks we should all consid…
 
Money plays a vital role in our lives. We spend a lot of time earning money, but most of us aren’t as intentional about keeping it. This is where budgeting comes in. You may wonder “Why do I need a budget? How can it benefit me and help me grow my money?” In this episode, we are joined by Jesse Mecham, Founder of You Need A Budget. Jesse talks abou…
 
October 7, 2021 - Stanford University Director of the Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center, founding director of its Korean Studies program, and William J. Perry Professor of Contemporary Korea Gi-Wook Shin shares insights on rising anti-China sentiments in South Korea and their implications for the upcoming South Korean presidential election, …
 
There’s nothing wrong with enjoying the money you worked hard to earn, but you also have to invest in your future to ensure you can retire comfortably. There are so many apps that can assist you on your wealth-building journey, it’s about picking the ones that are right for you. In this episode, I’m sharing the tools that I use to track my budget, …
 
“A scarcity mindset is usually grounded in fear, and an abundant mindset is grounded in love.” - Teneshia Jackson Warner We give a lot of importance to our jobs, not only because our jobs sustain our financial needs but they also give us a sense of purpose. But sometimes, we forget to take a pause, breath, and ask ourselves: “I am really happy with…
 
September 23, 2021 - In the first program of a new series chronicling the rise of global cooperation between the United States and Korea, Korea Society president and CEO Tom Byrne discusses supply chain resilience and semiconductors in conversation with Tami Overby, McLarty Associates Senior Director and former president of the US Korea Business Co…
 
Growing up, some of us were taught that we couldn’t make money by creating art, making music, writing, or even speaking. We were expected to earn degrees and have traditional careers to be considered successful. But that’s not how it works in this day and age. You can build your business out of a passion project and enjoy being a CEO in the comfort…
 
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