And just like that all my winter podcasts are now out. The latest featuring Dr. Ryan Thorpe, the founder of The Inkwell literary and creative writing collective that has spread throughout many cities in China and Eric De Fontenay, the founder of Music Dish and finally my own Songs in Asia podcast. I've really enjoyed this first year of podcasting, to be able to connect with listeners and fans in a more intimate way! Whilst there were many challenges in not being able to travel as freely in China and Asia due to the covid restrictions, it did enable these Soundvibe podcasts to begin, as normally I would be traveling to meet a range of creative folks and venues around the globe! I enjoyed being the hostess for jams in Hangzhou at Homey Bar 88 which was a special way to bring a range of poets, musicians and artists together. I'll be doing more of this next year. Thank you for listening into the show folks. I look forward to sharing January podcasts with you shortly! Til then Happy New Year! Jane Nicola
About Jane Nicola:
Jane Nicola Soundvibe features podcasts created by J. N. Douglas. Since May 2022, Jane Nicola founded the Soundvibe podcast to provide an interactive platform for arts innovation and entrepreneurship. Jane Nicola is currently based in Shanghai and previously grew up in the UK. She gained a B.A. Hons Degree at Middlesex University and she then went on to train as a Music Therapist at Anglia Ruskin University graduating with a Masters Degree in Music Therapy. Jane Nicola also undertook an LTCL Diploma in Music Education and a Post Graduate Cert. Jane has worked in the fields of health, education and entertainment as a musician, music therapist and music teacher.