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Hosted by Juliana Batista, Ta for Ta: Women, Success, China is a new biweekly podcast which captures the narratives of women from Greater China at the top of their professional game. "Ta for Ta" is a play on the Chinese spoken language that demonstrates equality between the sexes. Tā 他 is the word for "he"; tā 她 is also the word for "she."
ABOUT THE HOST: Juliana Batista is a brand strategy consultant with experience in the U.S. and China, and she previously operated at the intersection of sustainability and strategy for a Hong Kong-based textile manufacturer. Her experiences in China range from studying at Tsinghua University through Schwarzman Scholars to working and living in a 4th-tier industrial town. Juliana is an avid ultramarathoner and has a soft spot for jianbing.

Building communities through Chinese culture

Shenzhan Liao, senior vice president and head of the School of Chinese Studies at China Institute in New York City,…

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Amy Chua on writing, parenting and professorship

Amy Chua, author and John M. Duff, Jr. Professor of Law at Yale Law School, talks about her past, present,…

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Episode 28: Wanting Zhang

At Junzi Kitchen, food is more than something to just fill you up — it’s a way to bridge divides…

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Episode 27: Lauren Hallanan

What does it take to become a star livestreamer in China, and in what direction is the booming industry trending…

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Episode 26: Rebecca Fannin

Rebecca Fannin, author of the recently published Tech Titans of China, talks about her career as a journalist and entrepreneur and…

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Podcast Golden Week: Ford Foundation’s Elizabeth Knup on Ta for Ta

The Sinica Podcast Network Golden Week bonanza continues! This week, we’re spotlighting one of our favorite episodes from the excellent…

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Episode 25: Lenora Chu

At what point is the price of preparing children for academic excellence simply too high? To answer this question, Lenora…

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Episode 24: Roseann Lake

This week on Ta for Ta, Juliana speaks with Roseann Lake, a journalist with The Economist who is currently covering…

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Episode 23: Joy Chen

This week on Ta for Ta, Juliana speaks with Joy Chen, former deputy mayor of Los Angeles and author of…

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Episode 22: Elizabeth Knup

This week on Ta for Ta, Juliana speaks with Elizabeth Knup, the regional director of the China office for the…

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Episode 21: Samm Sacks

This week’s episode of Ta for Ta features Samm Sacks, a Cybersecurity Policy and China Digital Economy Fellow at New…

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Episode 20: Jen Loong

  This week, Juliana spoke with Jen Loong, the managing director for Greater China at HYPE. Prior to her work…

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Episode 19: Heather White

This week on Ta for Ta, Juliana speaks with Heather White, the director of the documentary film Complicit and the founder…

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Episode 18: Leta Hong Fincher

Leta is a best-selling author, journalist, and scholar. Fluent in Mandarin, she is the first American to receive a Ph.D.…

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Episode 17: Mei Zhang

Mei Zhang, a native of Yunnan Province, is the founder and CEO of WildChina, an award-winning luxury sustainable travel company…

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