Curious what happened to Sinica last week? Well... as it turns out our call-in show from two weeks ago wasn't exactly pleased with how quickly we managed to replace it, and took out its anger on the laptop we use to record new shows, smashing the hard drive into such a state of disrepair that it required immediate attention from the geniuses at our local Apple Store, who - we feel compelled to point out - were not in fact genius enough to save the actual data.

Nonetheless, in the spirit of never letting a good thing die, this week Sinica hosts Kaiser Kuo and Jeremy Goldkorn went back to our studios to resurrect our second call-in show with none other than special guest Jeremiah Jenne, Director of the IES program in Beijing and force of nature behind the Qing Dynasty history blog Jottings from the Granite Studio. So join us for another episode of Sinica in which we field the thorniest of questions from none other than you!

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 said on
February 14, 2013
These two shows have been tremendously entertaining, guys. Thanks for reconstructing this episode, and I hope you will revisit the call-in format sometime in the future.

Thanks!
 said on
February 14, 2013
hey can you recommend a Chinese spoken podcast? My chinese friends couldnt recommend me anything good
 said on
April 5, 2013
@gregor.j.plath

Incidently there is a podcast called "Skeptoid" (assuming your intersted in the debunking of pseudo science and dubious claims) that is in both Chinese and English. The English speaking host (creator) is Brian Dunning.

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