As 2022 draws to a close, so must this season of the NüVoices podcast. But fear not! Before we sign off for a winter hiatus, we wanted to bring together our team to reflect on the past year.
Joanna Chiu, Rui Zhong, Solarina Ho, Megan Cattel, and Saga Ringmar come together to discuss our podcast’s highlights, our favorite episodes, and what we hope to achieve next year. We also delve into the anti-COVID lockdown protests that swept China late last month in response to the apartment fire in Urumqi that claimed the lives of ten people. (Note: We recorded this discussion the last week of November, and we did NOT predict the recent, abrupt end of Zero COVID, that’s for sure.)
Lastly, co-host Sophia Yan gives a recap of 2022’s major events: from the Beijing Olympics, China’s aggression toward Taiwan, and the National Party Congress which solidified Xi Jinping’s third term. Sophia also gives a glimpse into her latest project, How to Become a Dictator, a podcast series for The Telegraph. Please do check it out wherever you get your podcasts!
We also want to give a shout out to podcast co-host, Cindy Gao. Cindy has been at the forefront scheduling, coordinating crossposts, and managing our podcast operations behind the scenes this year. When they say, “it takes a village,” this truly applies to podcasting as well.
If you want to re-visit our 2022 back catalog and don’t know where to start, take a look out this categorical breakdown below:
Author Interviews & Book Releases
Culture & Society
Media & Journalism
Academia, History, & Politics
Don’t see what you like? Feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to recommend a future episode topic or podcast guest. We’d love to hear from you!
Thank you for listening and supporting our podcast. See you in 2023!