DIU Pod continues to bring the fire content for our fans despite a hectic week. Gavin talks about shocking himself everywhere throughout the home and the new uprising of the retail stock traders.
The DIU Pod team created a Buy Me a Coffee page that allows fans, like you, to support the show. The gang talks about potential membership perks and extras that will make it worthwhile for the supporters. Check out our Buy Me a Coffee page!
Jack informs us that a 20+ year Cantonese class offered at Stanford University is on the brink of being cancelled. We discuss the importance of university-level Cantonese classes and the ramifications of their cancellation. We also discuss the difference between the diaspora Cantonese and Mandarin speakers as well as potential differences between their childhood.
Afterwards, the Cantonese Ambassador teaches us some Cantonese phrases related to this week’s podcast. Listen along by clicking here!
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Sign the petition to save Cantonese at Stanford (via Google docs)
Op-Ed: Why “Save Cantonese at Stanford” matters (via the Stanford Daily)