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2. BTS - No More Dream @ BTS Comeback Show

  • Published: 2017-09-22T00:55:04Z
BTS - No More Dream @ BTS Comeback Show


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5. Autograf - Dream (Uber To China Remix)

Autograf - Dream (Uber To China Remix)

First saw autograf live at coachella about three years ago, have been a fan ever since. Dream is such a beautiful track and we have had so much fun remixing it, Hope you enjoy!

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6. Soulection Radio Show #153 w/ Dream Koala

Soulection Radio Show #153 w/ Dream Koala

Discover: | Here we are once again, another heavy hitter session in full effect. Every week we keep digging deeper to try and bring you what we feel is next or what has been forgotten about. In fact it's essential for us to connect the dots on all ends. This movement is a culture to us. It's more than just music. Joe Kay kicked things off with heavy, heavy vibes from many brand new/unheard artists and collectives. The selection in here was really well thought out and analyzed properly so take notes. Shouts to Geode and the Chord Marauders who sent over their forthcoming compilation which is simply amazing. Pay attention to these guys, trust. Also look out for Sunni Colòn & Jarreau Vandal. These two artists will be breakthrough artists on Soulection in 2014; guaranteed. We had special guest Dream Koala stop by who is visiting LA for his 1st time all the way from Berlin (current residence but originally from Paris). The young 19 year old threw down a DJ set that included bass and uptempo tribal vibes. In fact, his set was very different from his original production. Dream Koala is very talented and we look forward to see and hear what's to come. Towards the end our good friend Sean O of Sound Waves (KPFK 90.7 FM L.A.) stopped by to promote a very special event going on in L.A. this week. For more info follow here: Download our recent FREE release "Steps" by Jo Def here: Soulection Radio is hosted LIVE every Saturday by Joe Kay from 10am-1pm (Pacific Time) via Find us on Instagram to see what goes on behind the scenes: If you are interested in hearing all of our recent shows go here: Artwork by Mark Warren Jacques

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8. The China Dream (中国梦)

The China Dream (中国梦)

**Headphones Recommended**

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9. You Dream Of China

You Dream Of China

"Promise", the new album from Emily Wells, is a soul record in baroque clothing. It is a pauper's opera about friendship, romance and risk; an occasional relic about forgetting and desire. Its title is derived from the installation "Promesa" by Cabella/Carceller, portrayed on the album's cover, which depicts abandoned sites of pleasure.

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16. Why Gambian migrants are giving up on their "China Dream"

Why Gambian migrants are giving up on their

They did not know very much about China but they had heard it was the world's second largest economy and Africa's leading trading partner, so they assumed there must be opportunity. Europe, of course, was their first choice but with EU countries overwhelmed by migrants and cracking down on smugglers, China would have to do. Lured by deceptive visa brokers, hundreds, possibly thousands of young Gambian men leveraged everything they had to pay for the long journey from Banjul to Guangzhou. The brokers told them it would be easy to find work and make thousands of dollars to send back to their needy families in The Gambia. With few other viable options at home, these men, and they were all men, discovered almost immediately upon arrival in Guangzhou they had been lied to and they had made a dreadful mistake. Contrary to what they were led to believe, work was very hard to come by, particularly in a country where they could not speak the language. The high cost of living in China's major cities also quickly drained the little money they came with. Soon, these migrants would be alone and destitute with no work, no money and the shame of having to admit to their families that they had failed. China, for its part, does not make it easy for African migrants. After years of lax enforcement, Chinese authorities are now regularly conducting immigration checks in migrant communities and detaining those who have overstayed their visas. African migrants also report considerable difficulties assimilating into Chinese society due to widespread discrimination against black people. Now, more and more Gambian migrants are giving up on their "China Dream" and doing whatever they can to head home. This new trend of reverse migration from China is also known as "U-Turning" and was recently documented by a pair of European scholars as part of an independent online multimedia research project. Dr. Heidi Østbø Haugen of the University of Oslo and Manon Diederich, a Phd candidate at the University of Cologne in Germany, interviewed dozens of Gambian migrants to document their stories and learn more about the difficulties they faced both at home and in China. Heidi and Manon join Eric & Cobus to discuss their digital project "U-Turn Asia." What do you think? Are you sympathetic to the plight of these migrants or do you think they were naive and should have known about the challenges of life in China before embarking on this long, risky journey? Join the discussion: Facebook: Twitter: @eolander | @stadenesque

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17. Dream of a China Rose/Zui Meng Hong

Dream of a China Rose/Zui Meng Hong

Composed by: Matt Hirt (BMI)/Haoyue Kuang (ASCAP) Lyrics by: Haoyue Kuang Produced by: Dragon Scale Production Voice & Guzheng: Haoyue Kuang All rights reserved.

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18. China Dream

  • Published: 2010-09-28T19:13:22Z
  • By Grimwolf
China Dream

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19. The WAN Show - AMD Licenses Technology to China! - April 22, 2016

The WAN Show - AMD Licenses Technology to China! - April 22, 2016 Sponsors! PAX East Sponsors: Squarespace:, offer code LINUS to save 10%. YouTube Link: Timestamps courtesy of JJMC89 and Sam Tilling (IPickle) 00:06:50 - AMD China x86 server chip joint venture brings them $293 million 00:10:30 - AMD Radeon Pro Duo 00:14:10 - Billboard kills mosquitos by mimicking human sweat 00:18:20 - LeEco's three new smartphones ditch the headphone jack 00:21:07 - Apple has updated the 12-inch Macbook 00:23:07 - Mitsubishi centre raided as Japan probes faked fuel economy tests 00:26:35 - Microsoft profits fall by 25% 00:28:30 - Quebec comtemplates mandating EV charging stations 00:31:10 - PAX East Sponsor: Logitech G 00:32:50 - PAX East Sponsor: Discord 00:34:10 - Sponsor: 00:35:40 - Microsoft ends Xbox 360 production 00:37:23 - WD introduces WD Gold HDDs for datacenters 00:38:25 - Rust players outraged after half given female avatars 00:40:49 - Some more PS4K details 00:41:35 - Counter-Strike hacked to worked on Android phones

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20. Literary Festival 2015: The China Dream [Audio]

Literary Festival 2015: The China Dream [Audio]

Speaker(s): Professor William A Callahan, Chan Koonchung, Isabel Hilton | The 'China Dream' is the keyword of contemporary propaganda discourse in the People's Republic. This panel discusses the immense variety of aspirations and dreams in contemporary Chinese society. .William A Callahan is Professor of International Relations at the LSE, and his recent publications include China Dreams: 20 Visions of the Future, and the documentary video, China Dreams: The Debate. Chan Koonchung is a Chinese writer and critic. His novel The Fat Years- China in 2013 presents a dystopian future in which the dream of a 'harmonious society' has been realized. His latest book is The Unbearable Dreamworld of Champa the Driver. Isabel Hilton (@isabelhilton) is a writer and broadcaster, and founding editor of Chinadialogue. She has worked with the BBC, the New Yorker, the Guardian, Granta, the Independent, among others. Her publications include Eating Mud Crabs in Kandahar and The Search for the Panchen Lama. In 2009 she was awarded an OBE. Hans Steinmüller is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at LSE. On the basis of long-term fieldwork in rural China he has published Communities of Complicity. Everyday Ethics in Rural China. The International Relations Department at LSE (@LSEIRDept) is now in its 87th year, making it one of the oldest as well as largest in the world. LSE's Anthropology Department (@LSEAnthropology), with a long and distinguished history, remains a leading centre for innovative research and teaching. This event forms part of the LSE Space for Thought Literary Festival 2015, taking place from Monday 23 - Saturday 28 February 2015, with the theme 'Foundations'. There is an opportunity to view William Callahan's film Toilet Adventures as part of the Festival Fringe 2015 on Wednesday 25 February.

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