祝贺朱老师！！！Congrats to Jenny Zhu!!!
Warmest congratulations to Jenny Zhu for receiving an award from the Australia-China Alumni Association. The award is Jenny's outstanding contributions in the field of Chinese language teaching innovation. Well done! It is also a recognition of the fine work and service provided by ChinesePod!
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changyeNovember 15, 2009, 02:00 AM
Ms Jenny Zhu - Lead Host, Chinesepod.com
Winner of Australian Alumni Award for Media and ICT (Judge's award)
Also Host, Soulfire Radio
Jenny Zhu is an alumna of the University of Sydney, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in International Relations, and also from the University of New South Wales, where she completed a Master of Policy Analysis. Jenny Zhu is the youngest of all 2009 Alumni Awards finalists, and fittingly, has pursued a career in new media.
Jenny is currently the lead host at Chinese Pod, the world’s leading Chinese-language learning website and podcast - with over 300,000 registered users from around the world. Chinese Pod has won numerous accolades, both at home and abroad, including being named one of Time Magazine’s Top 10 Podcasts of the Year in 2006, and Best E-Learning and Education Content (Asia), awarded by the World Summit Awards set up by the United Nation’s World Summit on Information Technology, 2009. Chinese Pod is also the exclusive content provider for Confucius Institute (China’s national department responsible for promoting Chinese globally). Jenny hosts the podcasts, as well as being involved in content development, and setting-up the company’s newly-established face-to-face learning programs. Jenny’s personal goal is to make Chinese language learning accessible to everyone.
Jenny is also a host on Soulfire radio, a national syndicated radio program in Chinese, about taste and lifestyle. Produced in Shanghai, the program is now on air in six major Chinese cities, including Shanghai and Guangzhou. Jenny was a keynote speaker at Learning 2007, one of the most influential conferences on corporate learning in the United States. Jenny has been profiled in several Shanghai magazines, and also writes a regular blog exploring and explaining modern Chinese culture.