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  • Podcast: Uyghur World Congress

    Lawrence Hamilton recently sat down with Dolkun Isa of the Uyghur World Congress to discuss the current relationship between the people of Xinjiang and the Chinese Government, whether the New Silk Road will have a positive impact on the Uyghur’s lives, and what the future of the region might hold.

  • Interview with Vagabond Journey’s Bad Mike on RadioRoaming.com thumbnail Interview with Vagabond Journey’s Bad Mike on RadioRoaming.com

    Listen to Vagabond Journey’s Michael Britton on Radio Roaming.

  • Interview with Lawrence Hamilton on RadioRoaming.com

    I was recently interviewed by Steve Collins of radioroaming.com, based out of Perth Australia. We talked about adventures in Mauritania and some of the realities of traveling in Pakistan.

  • Listen: Wade on Radio 6PR Perth Talking About China’s Ghost Cities thumbnail Listen: Wade on Radio 6PR Perth Talking About China’s Ghost Cities

    I was recently interviewed by Chris Ilsley on Radio 6PR about China’s ghost cities and my new book, Ghost Cities of China, which will be out soon.

  • Wade Shepard Interviewed About China’s Ghost Cities On RadioRoaming

    I was interviewed yesterday by Steve Collins for the Australian based internet radio channel RadioRoaming.com. We talked about Xiamen, China, and about my new book Ghost Cities of China, which is due to come out some time soon. You can listen to the interview below or head over to RadioRoaming.com to listen to it and [...]

  • Ordos: The Land Of Many Palaces, A Talk With Filmmakers Adam Smith And Song Ting

    Two filmmakers are out in Ordos Kangbashi — a mythical new city in the middle of a desert in Inner Mongolia — trying to understand the rise of the New China. Listen to the podcast: [powerpress]

  • Chinese Proverbs and Sayings Podcast

    “Within the four seas all men are brothers.” “Without experiencing the cold of winter, one cannot appreciated the warmth of spring.” “The fool does not ask; he who asks is no fool.” “Better to be a broken piece of Jade than an unbroken shard of clay tile.” Chinese proverbs are pretty much as ancient as [...]

  • Second Ivorian Civil War Podcast with Andy Graham

    In March of 2011, a contested presidential election in Cote d’Ivoire lead to politically motivated violence as well as opportunistic rioting throughout the country. As the militaries/ militias of both presidential candidates attacked their opponent’s supporters the country feel into disarray. On one side of the line was the standing president, Laurent Gbagbo, a Christian; [...]