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CEO of Ocean Butterflies, Billy Koh, will be on ExpandMusic with Noel Webb Wednesday, October 16 at 8: 00pm PST. Known as one of the most creative and significant power brokers in the Chinese and Singapore music scene, Billy Koh received The China National Music Award, the Meritorious Award, and Wings of Excellence Award by COMPASS (Composers and Authors Society of Singapore). He has produced major world stars, including JJ Lin, Kit Chan, DON, and influenced the C-Pop melding with music styles from around the world. Ocean Butterflies owns Touch Music Publishing which supplies music for China and surrounding Asian film and television markets. Billy will speak about the business arena and contractual relationships in China, as well as the Chinese music scene that continues to grow and join the world. In keeping with the purpose of ExpandMusic with Noel Webb, for the coming weeks, Noel will expose you to a wide variety of folks in the music industry, including music supervisors, editors, and composers of film trailer music. Listen on ExpandMusic with Noel Webb
You are invited to the ICERM Radio Book Review Program.
Date: Thursday, February 13, 2014 at 8:00 pm in EST, New York.
Host: Chavie Brumer.
Guest and Author: Dr Koh Kim Seng.
We are happy to announce the review of "Misunderstood Myanmar – An Introspective Study Of A Southeast Asian State In Transition".
Join us to listen to the untold stories about Myanmar as Dr. Koh Seng talks about his extensive field work in Myanmar, and reports on his close encounters with the military Junta, and with business and bureaucratic elites.
“This book argues that to understand the vicissitudes of Myanmar’s recent history and the behavior of its generals one has to grasp the dynamic interaction (struggle even) between, on one hand, its external environment (milieu exterieur), including the disgruntled diaspora alongside the U.S. led international community, and on the other, the internal environment (milieu interieur) consisting of the generals’ ideological orientation in politics and economics which , the author argues, exceptionally , still draws from a well of adverse colonial experiences and betrayals, as well as from religion and culture. ‘Exceptionally’ because unlike other developing states Myanmar has been isolated from the international world for so long that those same internal factors have crystallized and come to take on a significance which, arguably, exceeds the role played by history, culture and religion in other parts of the world."
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Jim Beaver and the Down & Dirty Radio Show are bringing you full coverage of King of the Hammers with Cortney and Larry McRae of Poison Spyder, Supercross from San Diego, Snocross from New York, and some huge GRC news in the Dirtfish Rally Report with special guest Chris Leone of GRC. #GameOn
An Exclusive Interview with Angeline Koh, founder / director / digital storyteller
Angeline’s stories have been published in the Today papers, The New Paper, and Chicken Soup for the Singapore Soul. Her book, How the Moken Sea Gypsies got their Book, a biography of a Burmese anthropologist was published in 2006. Angeline was the first Asian invited to give the keynote address at the premier annual International Festival of Digital Storytelling (DS) 2011 organised by the Arts Centre, Aberystwyth University and supported by the Arts Council of Wales, National Assembly of Wales and the BBC. “Telling the Singapore Story,” an article she wrote for the Today papers (10 August 2011) in response to Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s speech at the launch of HeritageFest 2011 was quoted by the Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in his National Day Rally speech on 14 August 2011 emphasising the need to capture stories. Key to Success of Mobile in Multimedia Industry - The Increasing Trend of Mobile - How it is going to impact your reach to your customers - Mobile Strategy to help you capture the increasing mobile users and help your business to increase revenue www.DigitalStorytellingAsia.com/
It's Just Good Business with Jeff Klein - Conversation with Lawrence Koh
CEO of Ocean Butterflies, Billy Koh, will be on ExpandMusic with Noel Webb Wednesday, April 23rd at 8: 00pm PST. Known as one of the most creative and significant power brokers in the Chinese and Singapore music scene, Billy Koh received The China National Music Award, the Meritorious Award, and Wings of Excellence Award by COMPASS (Composers and Authors Society of Singapore). He has produced major world stars, including JJ Lin, Kit Chan, DON, and influenced the C-Pop melding with music styles from around the world. Ocean Butterflies owns Touch Music Publishing which supplies music for China and surrounding Asian film and television markets. Billy will speak about the business arena and contractual relationships in China, as well as the Chinese music scene that continues to grow and join the world. In keeping with the purpose of ExpandMusic with Noel Webb, for the coming weeks, Noel will expose you to a wide variety of folks in the music industry, including music supervisors, editors, and composers of film trailer music. Listen on ExpandMusic with Noel Webb
This radio show is Part Two of this series explaining what the Thriver Recovery model is, and how it revolutionises simply hoping to survive with ongoing symptoms after abuse.
Since Quanta Freedom Healing’s birth in Koh Sumui in 2007, working with it to create my own recovery, and sharing it with others, its effects and benefits have spread world-wide to over 50 different countries and to thousands of men and women from all walks of life.
Because Quanta Freedom Healing is becoming so much more recognised, I’ve made a conscious decision to be very open about how it works, and why it is so successful for treating such a horrific phenomenon as narcissistic abuse.
The radio show explains exactly how Quanta Freedom Healing can release your trauma powerfully and directly, as well as treat the many symptoms that people suffer as a result of abuse, such as: Complicated / Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, agoraphobia, anxiety, depression and obsessive compulsive disorders, as well as physical symptoms such as fibro myalgia, thyroid malfunction, adrenal stress and any other debilitating mental, emotional or physical condition that occurs as a result of trauma and abuse.
Many Christians are too quick to declare that they are "Kingdom Citizens" and too many of the church leaders jump to the conclusion that they have "Kingdom Ministries." The "Kingdom of Heaven (KOH)" and the "Kingdom of God (KOG)" are emotive ("emotionally charged") phrases many preachers use to get their folks fired up for Sunday morning service.
The sad truth is that the overwhelming majority of Christians wouldn't know what the KOG was if it walked up and slapped them in the face! (Matt 6:33) and (Matt 25:31-46).
This morning on P2T Radio we are going to define, develop and defend the true KOG and clear up any questions you might have on where it is and what it looks like!
Jennifer Koh empowers women artists living in disadvantaged and at-risk circumstances around the world to re-discover their creative gifts and to make a significant difference in their families and communities. Jennifer helps these gifted and talented artists tap not only into the knowledge, skills, and courage required to develop sustainable enterprises, but also into the power of continued relationships with other women, advantaged and disadvantaged, who inspire them with their stories of hope, love, and possibility. Jenn was led to this work by own life challenges; her passion for dance, sculpting, writing, and coaching; and a powerful breathing technique known as "Kriya." Join us to hear more about Jenn’s vision to improve the life circumstances of others through the joy of art, beauty, and relationships. Jennifer Koh is an Organizational Development Consultant, Coach, Writer, Sculptor, Dancer, and Yoga Instructor who lives in Calgary, Canada. Her unique approach integrates a wide range of experiential tools such as clay-work, collage, yoga, storytelling, and film work to facilitate transformation and to assist people to discover the gifts so often present in challenge and change. Jenn earned a BA in Psychology and French and studied Marketing Management, Change Management, and Fiction Writing. Her deep love of humanity led her to work with the Art of Living Foundation, a non-profit humanitarian organization, and to launch the ‘Precious Women Project’ which aims to empower disadvantaged women around the world through arts, education, and community programs. This project has been entered into the Best Idea for Humanity contest for 2010.
Artists Wade Zahares, Carolyn Watson Dubisch, and Mike Dubisch talk with artists, sculptors, photographers, and people connected to the world of visual arts. Our first guest is Eric James Duke (insani artificem or MAD ERIC) is a predominately pen and ink artist while being classically trained in painting and sculpture. Though he has done some illustration, most recently HP Lovecraft’s “At the Mountains of Madness”, he is more of a gallery artist. He has had art shows in NY, PA, TX, CA, IA, and FL. His art has also appeared in various magazines, including ‘Churn Magazine’ issue #9, available through Last Gasp’s website in the coming months. He uses a 6x0/.13 Koh-I-Noor rapidograph pen and pointillism to achieve his depth and lighting. Currently he lives and works in Livermoore, CA. Next on the show is artist Calvin Innes. He's the author of a number of children's books including, " The Monster Book Of.." series of educational books, the popular Tiny Twisted Tales series of spooky and macabre children's books, How To Draw Monsters with Calvin Innes - a step by step drawing guide, the Commander Recyclone & the Eco Rangers series of books, to name just a few. He founded his publishing company, My Little Big Town, in 2011 and they now work with numerous authors and artists from all corners of the world. He lives and works in Yorkshire in the UK, with his wife, his young son and three cats. Our final guest is Maine artist, Holly Chamberlain. She has taught photography at Sanford High School and graphic design and drawing at Heartwood College of Art and River Tree Center for the Arts. Her brand, Fish House Designs, is primarily a line of greeting cards, calendars and prints from her original paintings inspired from her life by the sea.Her work has been licensed to Trader Jo's, T-shirt companies, logo designs, commission work, hand painted furniture and murals.
Jee Leong Koh is the author of two books of poems, Payday Loans and Equal to the Earth (Bench Press). His poetry has appeared in Best New Poets and Best Gay Poetry, and in PN Review, as well as other journals. Born in Singapore, he now lives in New York City, and blogs at Song of a Reformed Headhunter (http://jeeleong.blogspot.com).