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    Dongfang Hour Podcast

    "Dongfang Hour (literally “Eastern Hour”), is a podcast that dives into the fast-evolving Chinese aerospace and technology sectors. As the world’s second-largest economy, China is becoming an increasingly important and relevant topic, yet quality information about certain sectors remains difficult to find in Chinese, and is often nonexistent in English."

    https://dongfanghour.com/

    Today, China has one of the world’s fastest-growing space industries, with a highly ambitious space program and a burgeoning NewSpace ecosystem. With phrases like “commercial” and “private funding” having very different, and sometimes unclear definitions, with new companies being founded every month, and with China’s international ambitions playing out in space, there are many angles from which to discuss this out of this world industry.

    The hosts of Dongfang Hour, Blaine Curcio and Jean Deville, are a consultant/entrepreneur and an aerospace engineer, both based in China. Speaking no less than 5 languages between the two of them, for the benefit of our much appreciated listeners, we will limit discussion to English with some Chinese phrases when necessary. In a stand-alone format or with exceptional and always friendly guests, the Dongfang Hour hopes to bring entertaining yet resourceful, and balanced yet pointed insights from within the Chinese ecosystem.
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    "DFH Episode 8 – Chinese Space from a US Perspective"

    https://dongfanghour.com/2021/04/12/...s-perspective/

    For Dongfang Hour co-host Blaine, an American who has spent close to a decade living in China, the current state of US-China affairs is often hard to watch. Whatever your views are on the politics of the situation, on the individual issues that the two countries face, and on who might be right and wrong, it is hard to argue with the fact that the US and China seem to be getting further apart, that there is less common ground, and that these two countries that speak very different literal languages are also speaking increasingly difficult figurative languages too.
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