• 00:13

    Japanese for 30 Weeks--Preview

    in Education

    Minasan Konnichiwa! (Hello Everyone)  Welcome to Japanese in 30 weeks for Global Listeners!  Join us thirty weeks or seven months of study of Japanese language. At the end of the course study, celebrate for good jobs, safe accommodation and live at peace in Japan.  Featuring your host is Eko Nagashima in Tokushima.  The program is designed for the listeners in Nigeria who works in Japanese companies and those Nigerians diaspora in Japan.   The idea on the language lessons for Nigerians in Tokyo is brought by the Journalist and Boston University Professor, Dreux Richard from the Japan Times. The show is designed for 50 participants and 100 text books are available. The class is preceded one lesson per week. OK, let’s start!  Hajimemashoo! (Let's Start!)


    Global Eco Talk Show is brought by SWACIN Inc.  Our radio shows are designed to convey difficult-to-understand problems in Nigeria by inviting those professionals and individuals with knowledge / experience to come to constructive resolutions to the long lasting problems such as violence against women and children, poverty and corruption so that people around the world can join solving the problems.  The regions contributes major cause of global warming and climate change

  • 00:31

    Haiku - Most important form of traditional Japanese poetry

    in Self Help

    Haiku -  Most important form of traditional Japanese poetry however each and everyone of us now today are creating our own Haiku.  We are working to not only live a life but to create a life. We are all leaving a legacy.  The interesting thing is will your legacy be one that you, yourself would see as worth reading? 


    So how is your Haiku going to be and read.


    Let's talk


     


    Zurriane Bennett, Is an author, teacher and speaker.


    www.zurrianebennett.com 


     

  • 00:42

    Organic Radio Podcast Show #3 Guest/JAD FAIR HALF JAPANESE 08/07/2014

    in Radio

    Due to technical issues the first 30 minutes of last weeks show was lost so Jad agreed to give it another go and spend a few minutes Thurday morning speaking with me regarding the new album out September 2nd on Joyful Noise Recordings "OVERJOYED" from JAD FAIR/HALF JAPANESE. The first release in 13 years. You can pre-order your copy now!

  • 00:58

    The Talking Heads Radio Show #8 9/05/2014 HALF JAPANESE "Overjoyed"

    in Radio

    HALF JAPANESE "Overjoyed" Come hang out and listen to the new album. It's available now at


     http://www.joyfulnoiserecordings.com/


    JAD FAIR


    http://www.jadfair.net


    http://www.jadfair.org


    ENJOY

  • 00:41

    Organic Radio Podcast Show #2 Guest JAD FAIR of HALF JAPANESE 7/31/2014

    in Radio

    ***Attention**** The first 30 minutes of the interview are unavailable due to technical issues on BTR's end. Although they cannot replace the part of the show that was lost they have been very accomodating. I apologize and hope to re interview Jad in the near future.


    Legendary Artist and Musician Jad Fair/Half Japanese joins Organic RadioPodcast to discuss music life and laughter during a morning interview. The new album "Overjoyed" is available NOW for pre-order from Joyful Noise Records.


     

  • 01:00

    The Japanese Cryptid Special

    in Paranormal

    This ALL NEW episode of BFP Paranormal Radio focuses on 2 famous Japanese cryptids; The Kappa and the Hibagon.
    The Kappa is a creature from Japanese mythology said by some to inhabit areas of Japan. Individuals have reported seeing this strange water dwelling being that is known for pulling pranks, and sometimes killing animals and human beings. This humanoid cryptid's existence goes back centuries, and continue on today. Is the Kappa a living creature or a myth? 
    The Hibagon, or Japanese sasquatch, is a cryptid shrouded in mystery. Often sighted on or near Mount Hiba, the Hibagon inhabits forest regions similar to the North American Bigfoot or Himilayan Yeti. The Hibagon is described as a "black creature with white hands and large white feet, standing about five feet tall." Want To know more information? Tune in!

  • 00:31

    A Moment with Pianist Seiko Akita

    in Entertainment

    Pianist Seiko Akita began her musical studies in classical piano and organ at age 3. She has worked at Yamaha Corporation in Japan while still attending The University of Arts where she obtained a MA in Musical Composition, then at Yamaha Asia division in Indonesia. She has arranged, composed and performed for various concerts and competitions in Japan, such as Big Band Concert for Japanese Ambassadors, Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra and Kyoto Symphony Orchestra. She worked at Asahi Television Broadcasting Station performing Jazz on keyboard and sing for their public program in Japan. Since arriving in New York City she has composed, arranged and collaborated with many musicians including The Brazilian Project which performed a fund raiser for AFRICA at The National Black Theater. Seiko visit http://seikoakita.wix.com/seikoakita 

  • 00:22

    Gift Giving and Spacial Relationships in Japanese Business

    in Business

    A conversation between Cynthia Lett and Annie Shibata of Border Crossings, LLC. about the importance of gifts, body language and spacial relationships when doing business in Japan.


    Annie Shibata lived in Japan for 16 years, speaks fluent Japanese and is the principal of Border Crossings, LLC - a consultancy which helps facilitate business between Japan and other countries.


    This is an episode of Cynthia's previous radio show, It's Apropos!

  • 00:34

    Making Conflict Work – Seven strategies for leveraging conflict with your superv

    in Business

    Everyday life is filled with interactions between superiors and subordinates.Whether you are up or down the food chain, you have to work with someone who has either more or less power than you.Join Columbia University Professor Peter Coleman, as we discuss his new book Making Conflict Work to learn what you can do in these difficult situations.


    Peter T. Coleman is an expert in the field of conflict resolution; researching, writing, practicing and teaching on it for over 20 years. His work as a scientist, educator, mediator, and organizational conflict consultant set the stage for Making Conflict Work. Dr. Coleman holds a Ph.D. in Social/Organizational Psychology from Columbia University, where he today serves as Professor of Psychology and Education and holds a joint-appointment in Social-Organizational Psychology at Teachers College and at The Earth Institute. Dr. Coleman is Director of the Morton Deutsch International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution at Teachers College, Columbia University, Chair of Columbia University’s Advanced Consortium on Cooperation, Conflict, and Complexity, and a research affiliate of the International Center for Complexity and Conflict at The Warsaw School for Social Psychology.     


    Stephen Kotev is a Washington D.C. based conflict resolution consultant offering mediation, negotiation and facilitation services, conflict coaching, training and somatic education to private and government clients. He holds a Master of Science degree from George Mason University’s School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution and a black belt in the Japanese martial art of Aikido. Stephen is a nationally recognized expert on how to maintain your performance under pressure and the Chair of the Association for Conflict Resolution’s Taskforce on Safety in ADR.

  • 00:31

    The Lean Journey via Sys-Tao with Bob Browne

    in Business

    How can we start on our own transformation to systems thinking? I ask someone who knows: Bob Browne, author of "Sys-Tao."


    Bob Browne didn't just inherit the Great Plains Coca-Cola franchise, he had to pay for it at 1980 leveraged buy-out prices. When the traditional geographic expansion strategy collided with an explosion of product and packaging combinations, the strain was felt throughout the enterprise. Recognizing that the existing strategy could not meet the modern demands, Bob began to look for alternatives, finding the solution in a more "organic" philosophical tradition, characterized as Japanese Kaizen principles, but really originated by the American quality philosopher C. Edwards Deming. Browne completely transformed GPCC according to a Kaizen-Deming system that suited GPCC's particular circumstances. The transformation was a great and lasting success.

  • 01:01

    Project Empowerment - Gregg Krech

    in Self Help

     


    Project Empowerment is delighted to have on author, poet, and one of the leading authorities on Japanese Psychology in North America, Gregg Krech. 


    His work has been featured in THE SUN magazine, Tricycle, SELF, Utne Reader, Counseling Today, Cosmopolitan and Experience Life.  He is also the Director of the ToDo Institute.  We’ll be discussing his newest book, The Art of Taking Action:  Lessons From Japanese Psychology.


    This beautiful book draws on Easter philosophy, Buddhism, Japanese Psychology, Zen, and Martial Arts to offer an approach to ACTION that goes beyond productivity and time management.  He addresses practical issues such as procrastination, stress, anxiety and indecision through the lens of classic Eastern wisdom.  It’s not just about getting things, done, but about what you do, how you do it and impact your action (and inaction) on the world around you.  Your karma.  Your legacy. 


    To learn more about his work, please visit his website at todoinstitute.org

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