The Line with Durand and Wallace Ep. 5 The Line Podcast Durand and Wallace drew the map of modern Asia. They know the place. In this December 13th, 2015, podcast, in honour of the COP21 talks, they discuss environmental grassroots movements, hipster farmers and urban farms that will blow your mind. https://www.thetropicalist.press/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/TheLinePodcastDec132015.mp3 https://media.blubrry.com/the_line_podcast/p/www.thetropicalist.press/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/TheLinePodcastDec132015.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Previous December 8, 2015 Trop Picks: Bonsai admin In which we contemplate our messed-up relationship with the natural world. Next December 12, 2015 Taiwan: The Next Creative Powerhouse? admin Taiwan is proof that democracy and creativity are not inimical to Asian culture. The Line Podcast January 17, 2018 The Line Ep. 16: The Ancestral Diet navindesigns Forget Paleo, Keto and Raw. Go home to grandma while she’s still around, and quick, transcribe all her traditional recipes. It turns out that… The Line Podcast October 30, 2017 The Line Ep. 15: An Antidote to Nationalism navindesigns How do you imagine your countrymen? Are they the people who look like you? Think like you? Or simply live around you? The Line Podcast September 8, 2017 The Line, Ep. 14: Raising Excellent Sheep navindesigns A spirited discussion with a panel of experts reveals a link between the educational arms race and increasing class anxiety. The Line Podcast July 19, 2017 The Line, Ep. 13: Are We Slave Drivers? navindesigns Is the way we treat our domestic help morally defensible? We put three tai tais on the hot seat.