Mark Hooper is the host of Hong Kong 360, a Radio Lantau interview-based talk show featuring voices of Hong Kong opinion leaders. The show is a platform to discuss and spotlight Hong Kong politics, arts, culture and current events, with those interesting people/characters participating in Hong Kong’s vibrant city scene.
This week we talk with Paul Stapleton, associate professor at The Education University of Hong Kong. He is a long-time resident of several countries in Asia, where he has been teaching and researching at various universities. He writes about environmental, social and educational issues. In his South China Morning Post op-eds, Paul's goal is to shed some light on issues of interest as well as generate a bit of heat.
Paul Stapleton, Educator and Columnist
Please tune in to Hong Kong 360 with Mark Hooper Thursday night at 7 PM on http://radiolantau.com and archived soon thereafter.
This week we talk with Feisal Alibhai, the founder of Qineticare, a family health organization helping people to protect, manage and improve their well-being. Feisal's personal experience was the inspiration for Qineticare. At the age of 35, married with two young boys, he was diagnosed with stage three cancer. His medical treatment incorporated 20 rounds of chemotherapy and three surgeries, but the event radically changed his life. Feisal resolved his situation through a deep, holistic practice of the fundamentals of living, encompassing eating, moving, sleeping, thinking, and feeling. By understanding how these could be channeled for optimum health and wellbeing, he achieved a full recovery. His unique experiences form the basis of Qineticare's philosophy and approach.
Feisal Alibhai, Founder of Qineticare
Please tune in to Hong Kong 360 w/ Mark Hooper Thursday night at 7 PM on http://radiolantau.com and archived soon thereafter.
This week we talk with Cherian George, professor of media studies at the journalism department of Hong Kong Baptist University, where he also serves as director of the Centre for Media and Communication Research. His research interests center on freedom of expression, especially in connection to journalism and public discourse. He is the author of five books, including Hate Spin: The Manufacture of Religious Offense and its Threat to Democracy (MIT Press, 2016). Before joining academia, he was a journalist with The Straits Times in Singapore.
Cherian George, Professor of Media Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University
Please tune in to Hong Kong 360 w/ Mark Hooper Thursday night at 7:00 PM on http://radiolantau.com and archived soon thereafter.
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