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Join hosts Katie and Whitney for a different kind of true crime podcast. You can start with season 1, The Puppet Master and the Prince of Darkness, a deep dive into the most bizarre murder case you've never heard of. Or start with season 2, which covers a different stranger-than-fiction story each week. This bingeworthy show combines meticulous research with a refreshing mix of comic relief and seamless storytelling. There's plenty of room around the campfire--come help us roast murderers an ...
 
The first and only podcast for all things Red Rising where every episode we dive deep to breakdown, celebrate, and discuss all aspects of the fantastic Red Rising series by Pierce Brown. Join hosts, Ben Reinert and Erin Ayers, on their journey to cover all of the books and news from the growing Red Rising Universe. Awoooooooo!
 
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The China Flexpat podcast interviews professionals in China to help people from all over the world find the best jobs in China. We uncover myths and show the truth about challenges and opportunities when looking for a life in the Middle Kingdom. Flexpats are like expats, but flexible. Highly interested in China's business world, culture, people and language but without the backing of a multinational company that provides large salary packages. We want to show you how you can become a well pa ...
 
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It’s one of the most haunting murder cases you’ll ever hear about, and it takes place in a small town in Israel. Tair Rada was only 13-years-old when her body was found inside a locked bathroom stall. She was viciously murdered during a school day, and yet no one saw or heard a thing. The police arrested the janitor, Roman Zadorov, and he eventuall…
 
Erin and Ben are joined by their favorite Red Rising fan artist Miles Bensky for a Red Rising Book Draft where they pick their favorite moments and foil their fellow drafters in a hotly contested draft to determine who captured Red Rising the best! Awoooooooooo! You can vote on who you think is the winner of the draft by going to our Instagram stor…
 
For our third annual Halloween special, we have the gorgeous and talented Shelby Scott, velvet-voiced host of Scare You to Sleep, a podcast that, while beautifully produced and hugely entertaining, might just make you wet yourself a little bit. Just a little bit, no big deal. It’s worth it. Shelby’s show is the gold standard in horror podcasts, but…
 
John Oliver talks with Will Chernoff about all the music he's released in fall 2021, including A Thousand Points of Light, and how artists interact with the people or issues of their time. Find our guest at GUESTURL. Follow @rhythmchangesbc on Instagram or Twitter. The music used in the podcast comes from "Lutin" by William Chernoff.…
 
HOWLERPOD IS BACK from their summer hiatus. Join Erin and Ben in this episode as they recap their summer hiatus and discuss each of their personal Prime 5 things they were into this summer. We follow that up by opening up the Howler Mailbag and answering some listener questions. And then finish up by explaining what they will be covering on this se…
 
When we left you at the end of part 1, taxidermy enthusiast, landlord and former bullfighter Charles Albright had begun living a double life. By day, a loving and gentlemanly boyfriend, a considerate friend and a fun-loving softball teammate. By night, a regular in the red-light districts of Dallas—sometimes kind and generous to the sex workers he …
 
A small town cop known as “GI Joe” is gunned down in a swamp in the summer of 2015 and quickly becomes a martyr in the national media. But when a dogged investigator and his team set out to get justice, they uncover unsettling secrets about Joe, the local police department, and the village of Fox Lake. From Wondery, the makers of The Shrink Next Do…
 
Ian Mote is a Shanghai based finance professional with 25 years of experience in Europe, Middle East, and Greater China. In China he's been working and living for 17 years and has vast experience working in various companies ranging from large banks to corporations and startups. In this episode you'll get useful food for thought about these essenti…
 
In the early 90s, the city of Dallas was thrown into a nightmare. Women started turning up murdered, with a bizarre signature facial mutilation unlike anything detectives had ever seen before. As fear grew in the streets, the killer moved confidently among his pool of potential victims—savvy but vulnerable women who had turned to sex work to surviv…
 
In the winter of 2002, Dennis White suddenly found himself in a bizarre predicament. His prominent Long Island psychiatrist, Dr. Richard Karpf, seemed to be unraveling: showing up to appointments looking disheveled and distracted. Dennis was concerned about the doctor he'd come to trust over the past six years. But he had no way of knowing what wou…
 
Few things are more devastating than a loved one going missing. On The Vanished podcast from Wondery, host Marissa Jones tells stories of missing persons that have gone overlooked by mainstream media. She gets the story from friends and family of the missing person, and frequently talks with law enforcement and others close to the case. This is jus…
 
Quem disse que você precisa ter viajado o mundo ou trabalhado em diversas empresas para conseguir um emprego na China? As oportunidades vêm para aqueles que estão preparados, dispostos a encarar desafios e aprender muito no processo. Neste episódio focado no público brasileiro, o Juliano contará como ele construiu seu caminho até a China dentro da …
 
The German national, Tobias Lamm, has been living in China for 4 years, working in production and quality management at a large manufacturer of textile machinery. His daily tasks include enhancing production efficiency as well as quality figures by leading the local teams. Being the interface to the German headquarters, cross-functional project man…
 
This week, we're giving you a sneak peek at another one of our Patreon-exclusive episodes! This was our patrons-only from July. Usually we just do regular TCC episodes for our Patreon extras, but sometimes we like to mix things up and do something different. For this episode, we decided to let Katie take a dive into her very favorite pool--weird in…
 
Tim Reinert talks with Will Chernoff about what it means to be a jazz fan, hosting his radio show called The Infidels, and starting his label of the same name. He produced and released Kenton Loewen & JP Carter's album titled It Becomes Us to launch the label. Find our guest at theinfidelsjazz.ca. Music highlights from September 2021 at Rhythm Chan…
 
Nineteen year old Martre Coles was an aspiring artist with dreams of designing video games and making a life with his girlfriend Ashlynn. He'd had a rough few years since the sudden death of his mom, but things started looking up in the spring of 2017, when he found out he'd been accepted to a prestigious art and design program at Florida's Full Sa…
 
In the fall of 2011, Jason Hachmeister came home to find his 58 year old mother, Sheila, brutally murdered on her bedroom floor. Detectives quickly discovered that Sheila had been living something of a double life over the past few months, chatting with a much-younger online boyfriend who seemed almost too good to be true. She had also been seeing …
 
Thomas Neubert is leading a local Chinese sales team at Grob Machine Tools China. They are selling world class, high tech 5-axis machine tools as well as manufacturing and assembly systems, mostly for the automotive and aerospace industry. Combining the cultural advantages of German and Chinese culture in the sales team is a key challenge in his da…
 
Gallaudet University is one of the world’s most prestigious schools for the deaf and hard of hearing. For the gifted few who pass the exclusive admissions process, Gallaudet is an oasis—a center of learning, a place of infinite possibilities, a home away from home. It’s a place where they can celebrate deaf culture, network with some of the best mi…
 
A big Halloween party at an apartment complex in Redmond, Washington. Themed rooms and costumed partygoers. But by the end of the party, one of the hosts is dead. The police look to the partiers as the prime suspects: was it the guy in the devil mask, the bank robber, the construction worker? As investigators comb through forensic evidence, witness…
 
So, campers, today we’re excited to have a special guest with us. I’m sure most of you are familiar by now with the “Dirty John” story, either because of the six-part LA Times podcast or the TV series with Eric Bana and Connie Britton. They tell the story of con man and serial predator John Meehan, who seems to have devoted his entire life to using…
 
Many industries, including strategy consulting, is more mature in Europe than in China. In many cases, European business models have been transferred to China - along with expats to build organizations. Europe-experienced Chinese professionals return to China in order to establish European culture and processes in their home market. "Returnees": Th…
 
Amber Tsang talks with Will Chernoff about her eventful year 2021, including her album Autumn Nocturne with Alvin Brendan. She also speaks about local jazz venues, finding identity as a vocalist, and how to make sure music students feel represented by role models. Find our guest on Instagram @ambertsang. The music used in the podcast comes from "Lu…
 
There’s a Latin phrase, “Fortune favors the bold.” Con artists understand that better than anyone, I think. It always takes some degree of boldness to do what they do, from Bernie Madoff’s billion dollar Ponzi scheme to the three-card Monte guy on the street. But once in a while, we get ourselves a true master of the art—a con artist so audacious, …
 
Paolo is a smart and handsome surgeon, renowned for his ability to perform surgeries that transform his patients’ lives. When television producer Benita covers him for a story, he’ll transform her life too, but not in the ways she expects. As Benita crosses professional lines to be with him, she learns how far Paolo will go to protect his secrets. …
 
In 1930s Philadelphia, men all over town were dying—some in strange accidents, and some of a swift, excruciating illness. Their widows were devastated, of course—but it being the Great Depression and all, they were somewhat comforted by the substantial payouts they received from their late husbands’ life insurance plans. In medical examiners’ offic…
 
Andy Klump is a renewable energy executive with 20 years of solar energy, storage, and technology experience. He has been living and working in China since 2002. He is the founder, owner, and CEO of Clean Energy Associates, a solar energy and storage technical due diligence and engineering services firm with a presence in 13 countries with over 170…
 
Steve Kaldestad talks with Will Chernoff about his decisions in moving from Regina to Montréal, then to London, and finally to Vancouver as a jazz saxophonist and educator. He also tells stories from New York about studying with Lee Konitz and recording albums with great rhythm sections. Find our guest at stevekaldestad.com. The music used in the p…
 
Como fazer um balanço saudável entre trabalho, estudos e família? Afinal, tudo acontece muito rápido na China e as cobranças são altas! Diante de pessoas que estão sempre a procura de perfeição e excelentes resultados, é preciso ter estratégia e muita disposição! Neste episódio focado no público brasileiro, falaremos sobre o ritmo de trabalho e com…
 
Washington, D.C. has a long history of frauds and fantasists, people who showed up out of nowhere claiming to be somebody important, somebody rich, somebody royal. And people believed them—let them into the inner circle, invested money with them, gave them a seat at the table—only to find out later that they’d been had. That’s bad enough when all y…
 
Will Clements and Will Chernoff discuss 3 classic musician problems: being too hard on yourself, work-time balance, and avoiding burnout. They also shout out one of their favourite local jazz guitarists as well as a very special mentor. Find Will & Will's song "Don't Miss Me" here. The music used in the podcast comes from "Lutin" by William Chernof…
 
Michael Babilon-Teubenbacher has been working in the context of China for 10 years and has vast experience in driving transformation and change as well as developing leaders and organizations in an international context, specifically at the interface between China and Germany. Having arrived in China in 2011 for a 3-month consulting project, China …
 
In the mid-90s, a spate of bizarre robberies caught the attention of police in Houston, Galveston, and Las Vegas. The perpetrators were a pair of 30something women who met their victims through dating ads. The women forced the men to strip at gunpoint, handcuffed or tied them up, then ransacked their homes. In only two months' time, they amassed ne…
 
David & Carson talk to Will Chernoff about their new album Urban Repurpose, a new development on their multi-year partnership previously known as Chill Evans. The two producers and jazz musicians unpack how not taking themselves seriously—just having fun—has led to over 10 albums and beat tapes together to date. Find our guests at davidlavoiemusic.…
 
Hosted and narrated by John Stamos, The Grand Scheme: Snatching Sinatra is a complicated, nuanced story of one imperfect man trying to redeem himself by pulling off the perfect crime. Did you ever feel like everything’s broken, and it’s your job to fix it? That’s how Barry Keenan was feeling back in 1963. He was broke, unemployed, hooked on booze a…
 
Frank Sieren is a bestselling author, documentary film maker (ARD and ZDF) and China specialist for various German newspapers and magazines. He has been living in Beijing / China since 1994. The London Times calls him "a leading China expert in Germany." In this episode Frank shares his bird's eye perspective on the labor market for foreigners in C…
 
George Bernard Shaw once said that it’s not really power that corrupts people. It’s the other way around. Well, he said it fancier than that, but that was the gist. We all want power, to some degree. Physical strength, sexual prowess, political sway. Most of us don’t let it control our lives, eat away at our humanity to the point where it’s all we …
 
Chris Reinert has over 10 years of recruitment experience and successfully placed candidates in APAC (Mainland China, Taiwan, Singapore, South Korea, Australia), Europe, and the USA. In this episode he explains how you can create your own opportunities at different stages of your career and find suitable jobs without competing with locals but solel…
 
Anger is a double-edged sword. When it’s justified, and properly channeled, it can be a powerful force for positive change. But often, anger is like a strangling vine, winding its way around us, choking us with rage until we can’t see straight, can’t think straight, can’t tell right from wrong. It’s powerful stuff. And when anger flames out of cont…
 
J. Knutson talks with Will Chernoff about life in the band Early Spirit, where he is the guitarist and singer-songwriter and Will is a former member. They discuss Early Spirit's reopened schedule which includes a July 17th, 2021 gig at the Harrison Festival. Find our guest at canoesongs.com. The music used in the podcast comes from "Lutin" by Willi…
 
French Revenue Management Expert, Mikael Bouchet, has worked in China for the past 12 years. He is Senior Regional Commercial Leader in the Hospitality industry and having worked for some of the largest companies the hotel business, we discussed in this 17 min episode what does it mean to be a Flexpat leader in China and what soft skills you need t…
 
So campers, when we left you at the end of part 1, college-bound Jennifer Bailey, her boyfriend, high school senior, reincarnated executioner and wannabe vampire Paul Henson, Jr., and best friend Merrilee, were hatching a plot to murder their parents. In their minds, this was the only way for them to stay together in this life and the next—and y’kn…
 
Bill Russo is the Shanghai-based Founder and CEO of Automobility Limited, a strategy and investment advisory firm helping its clients to create the future of mobility. His over 35 years of experience includes 16 years as an automotive executive, including 17 years of experience in China and Asia. Bill is also currently serving as the Chair of the A…
 
Adolescence is a pretty wild ride. On the one hand, we’re starting to move past childhood, where make-believe takes up a ton of our time. But we’re still far enough out from adulthood that we can still get pretty wrapped up in fantasy. And when you combine a child’s ability to blur the line between real and make-believe with a young adult’s hormona…
 
Nicolas Labatut has lived in China for 12 years and became an expert in both international and bilingual education in China. During his time in the rapidly growing education market, he has co-led the expansion of international schools in the region whilst managing large teams. Just recently Nicolas, has started his own business, to bring even more …
 
Marina Hasselberg meets Will Chernoff on the occasion of her multiple shows at the Vancouver jazz festival. Her work includes solo concerts and the integration of experiences from classical and improvised music. Find our guest at marinahasselberg.com. The music used in the podcast comes from "Lutin" by William Chernoff.…
 
Osho said of enlightenment, “You have to walk, and create the way by your walking; you will not find a ready-made path. It is just like the sky: the birds fly, but they don't leave any footprints. You cannot follow them.” I think this is probably true. But that doesn’t stop us from trying our damnedest to find that ready-made road to the truth. And…
 
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