We’re joined in studio this week by our good friend Chen. Gavin brings in the topic of learning methods. Specifically, we discuss the merits of direct learning and inquiry-based learning. Meanwhile, Jack brings in the issue of parent influences over their children’s career aspirations. Should parents have a say in what their children want to do?
Afterwards, Chen is interviewed on his opinions for previously covered Kao Lui Corner topics.
Our good friend, Jimmy, joins us in the studio this week (while still jet lagged by his recent flight from Korea). Jimmy brings in the issue of fit-shaming and provides insights on how Jack can gain some weight. Meanwhile, Jack talks about how people don’t appreciate the things they have until it’s too late.
Afterwards, Jack asks Jimmy questions about the international (i.e. Korean) dating game.
Joining us in studio this week is friend-of-the show and blogger, Grace Chan. Gavin brings in the issue of procrastination as we discuss ways to get around putting off your work. Meanwhile, Jack tries to bring in the topic of Yellow Fever; but instead ends up ranting about how (most) Asian dudes are pussies (and dropping some #LifeCoach wisdom).
Seeing as how Grace is the first female on DIU Podcast, Jack takes the opportunity to ask about the female perspective of things on this week’s Kao Lui Corner.
Kyle returns to the studio as Gavin briefly recaps his jaunt to Vancouver while presenting the greatest souvenir ever (in DIU Podcast history). Jack rants about Pokemon Go, and how the augmented-reality game is causing trouble in real life. Meanwhile, Gavin talks about the #AllLivesMatter debate and why it’s a shitty hashtag despite the good intentions of the message.
The story Jack mentioned about the man walking onto the highway in an attempt to catch a Pikachu turns out to be false; the story is published by Cartel Press, a satirical website known for publishing hoaxes.
I tried looking up the story Jack mentioned about a mob of people flooding a highway trying to catch a Mewtwo in Pokemon Go. It seems that story was also fabricated. The real story is that the mob was created from a Black Lives Matter protest in Oakland.
Pokemon Go released officially in Canada on July 17, 2016 – Jack has since downloaded the game.
Jack takes over the role of the host as Gavin is in Vancouver this week. Our good friend, Kyle, joins Jack in the studio for a condensed episode in which they talk about sustaining friendships and the plans for their trip to Asia in September.
Afterwards, Jack questions Kyle about the previously discussed theories on Kao Lui Corner.
Our good friend, Seb, joins us in the first double-digit episode of DIU Podcast. This week Gavin compares the schooling of Asian countries to that of the West. We discuss how culture could influence students to be more studious and tackle the stereotype of all Asians being great at math. Meanwhile, Jack brings in the issue of how Hong Kongers are always looking down and complaining about the people from mainland China.
Afterwards, the Love Guru asks Seb for some feedback in regards to the Kao Lui Corner.
Here is the infamous Lexi tweet as published by Jack in 2013: