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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.

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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Episode 16: Rebecca Liao

Rebecca Liao is the executive vice president of Skuchain, a blockchain platform that provides an end-to-end solution for the supply…

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Episode 15: Sarah Keenlyside

Sarah Keenlyside began her career as an investigative journalist at the Sunday Times newspaper in London before moving to China in…

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Episode 14: Samantha Kwok

Samantha Kwok’s passion is to help young graduates and professionals make genuine connections with potential employers, and empower them to…

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Episode 13: Libby Lam

This week, Juliana visited Libby Lam, a mother and children’s book author and illustrator, at her alma mater, the Savannah…

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Episode 12: Jamie Barys

Jamie Barys is the Chief Eating Officer of UnTour Food Tours, China’s top-ranked food tour operator. A native of Tennessee,…

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Episode 11: Tiffany Ap

Ta for Ta is a new biweekly podcast, which captures the narratives of women from Greater China at the top…

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Episode 10: Joan Kaufman

Joan Kaufman is the New York-based Senior Director for Academic Programs at Schwarzman Scholars, a newly launched elite international master’s…

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Episode 9: Chenni Xu

In Ta for Ta’s debut episode on the Sinica Podcast Network, we featured Chenni Xu, a corporate communications executive and…

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Episode 8: Anla Cheng

Our episode today features Anla Cheng, Founder and CEO of SupChina – the premier digital news platform about China which…

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Episode 7: Alice Mong

I had the pleasure of sitting down with Alice Mong, Executive Director at Asia Society Hong Kong Center, amid their…

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Episode 6: Bianca Ho

We sat down with COO and Co-founder of Clare.AI, Bianca Ho, in her Hong Kong office recently. As we began…

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Episode 5: Miranda Wang

After a much anticipated return we had the chance to chat with Miranda Wang – biologist, environmental advocate, and entrepreneur.…

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Episode 4: Carol Li Rafferty

In today’s episode we feature Carol Li Rafferty from the Yale Center Beijing. During our candid conversation we learn more…

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