November 11, 2016
Today's guest Larry Adamson is one of the co-owners of Chengdu&`&s famous Natooke Bike Shop as well as a bicycle touring company called Bike China Adventures. He's been living in China since 2007 and is full of stories and insight around not only life in China, but the way cycling culture has evolved, changed, and even how Natooke has done some really cool events whose main focus is to get people having fun.
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November 4, 2016
October 28, 2016
Visiting Scott & Phil this week is the entrepreneur behind one of Chengdu&`&s favorite food venues "Redbeard Burgers". Nick Betz, like many entrepreneurs, has spent a lot of time trying to understand how to answer the questions "Am I OK?" From religion, to family, to economics, to dating, to living situations, so much of what motivates us is the drive to have the sense of being "OK". The question of applying consciousness to this question of "Am I OK?" was the main topic of discussion, and oh boy was it a fun ride.
October 21, 2016
October 14, 2016
Today's guest David Panajoth-Fejér is jacked. He's an absolute mammoth of a man, and is one of the most sought after male models currently working in Asia. Despite working in major markets such as Tokyo and Shanghai, he's ended up staying in Chengdu for many years. He shares some of his thoughts about living in Chengdu, experiencing the Japan earthquake that resulted in the Fukushima crisis, and of course about how he's managed to keep going to the gym consistently for 14 years.
Host's Weibo: @Scott高睿 @Phil 从云
October 7, 2016
September 30, 2016
Today's guest Nelson Rich decided to make the big move to China, and at the time of recording he had not yet been in Chengdu for three weeks, but it was not without considerable preparation, 4 years worth! Nelson and Phil are old friends from college days, and the topics ranged from the American presidential debate, vote-shaming, cost of living in China, what does freedom really mean?, musings about the key to intellectual progress, white privilege, and much more.
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September 23, 2016
September 16, 2016
This week Scott & Phil invite Chengdu traditional medicine expert from Australia Adam Tate to chat about the prevalence of Chinese Traditional Medicine (CTM) not only in China, but in many other cultures as well. Adam has spent decades researching traditional medical practices of many different cultures, and CTM skeptics Scott & Phil enjoyed listening to a more nuanced perspective on the topic than expected.
Host's Weibo: @Scott高睿 @Phil从云
September 10, 2016