Lizzy Schieffelin - The Latest KFK Podcast

By Emily Wetzki, October 10, 2016

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So many "China podcasts" are just that – about Chinese history, politics or other, similarly wonky subjects. Not that there's anything wrong with that (we love us some history) but, sometimes, we yearn for the lighter side of China – and now, Kung Fu Komedy has delivered. To see their previous podcasts, click here

This week, the Kung Fu Komedy krew chat with Lizzy Schieffelin.

According to KFK:

Holistic health coach Lizzy Schieffelin is founder of Shanghai smoothie company Lizzy’s All Natural. She is at the forefront of a flock of ambitious western F&B entrepreneurs upping Shanghai’s food game, and an even smaller crew who fill up the city’s many farmer’s markets. And she had an unexpected take on keeping healthy here.

Every week, Andy Curtain tracks down the most interesting person he can find and asks them what they're doing in China. To subscribe, add the Stuck in the Middle podcast on iTunes, or copy this link to use in your favorite podcatcher app.


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