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conversations in hindi with bombay taxi drivers about migration and mulk, bombay and change, taxi driving and life. and some great taxi stories. each episode is a conversation in hindi with a taxi driver in bombay, recorded while we drive through the city. it explores migration and who are what is left behind and or not left behind, the story of settling in bombay and why taxi driving. we speak of the rapid changes to bombay and these same changes on the profession of taxi driving and where the driver situates himself. we talk of dreams and futures and family. and each driver tells stories. this is an oral history project and i am an ex-taxi driver. Any hindi speaker, desi or diaspora, who is interested in the stories from people, the stories of bombay, or misses the sounds and the stories and the people should listen. please visit the blog, in hindi and in english, with photos and the audio i didnt want to cut from the podcast but had to due to length.
From the Fox Shrine, to the Red Temple, this Park offers a much needed break from the constant bustle and noise of Tokyo. After taking in the Shitamachi museum and street performers, make your way to the Ameyoko Market for used kimono stores, fish mongers, knock-off designer brands, and pseudo-gambling. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the entire tour, visit www.Tourcaster.com
Take a walk along the Huangpu River and travel past trading houses, hotels, clubs, and banks, all of which have witnessed the tumultuous history of the Bund. There is no lack of architectural diversity in this area, with Gothic, Baroque, Romanesque, Neo-Classical and Art Deco styles all present. The Bund is arguably one of the most visited tourist destinations in Shanghai. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the entire tour, visit www.Tourcaster.com
Ten years ago, this area on the eastern side of the Huangpu River was farmland. Now, Pudong, or Pudong New Area, is a bustling District, which has become China's financial and commercial hub. With the Pudong Special Economic Zone, this area is the largest free trade zone in all of China, bringing in more than it's fair share of foreign investment. Due to it's role in the financial world, Pudong has become an obvious hot spot in Shanghai. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the entire tour, visit www.Tourcaster.com
Take a stroll through People's Square in the Huangpu District and experience Shanghai's cultural and historical headquarters. Previously a horseracing course, People's Square is just one of China's bustling meltingpots, that attract a continuous stream of both citizens and tourists. Unlike many of the other squares you will find in Shanghai, People's Square or Renmin Guangchang, is an open green area surrounded by beautiful buildings. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the entire tour, visit www.Tourcaster.com
The world according to some young Filipinos who are trying to make $$$ in AmeriKKKa and move back to the Philippines. Hosted by 2 chicks and a dude. Pinoy, Filipino, Fil-Am, Asian, AZN - whatever! The show is nothing but talking sh!t, surfing the web, politics, sex, and making ourselves laugh. PS: Contact us at 206-666-CUNT(2868), via Yahoo IM putanginamoshow, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Voicemails may be featured on the show. English or Tagalog.
By Chica | Obet | Dre
Discussion of Japanâ€™s domestic politics and international relations, with focus on recent developments related to evolution of the role of the prime minister and cabinet, after-effects of the recent general election, constitutional revision, and Japanâ€™s relations with other Asian nations. Sponsored by the Japan Considered Project at the University of South Carolina [www.JapanConsidered.ORG], the weekly broadcasts include comments by Project creator/maintainer, Robert Angel, and short interviews with other specialists on Japanese politics and international relations.
By Robert Angel