Full episode 629: Expect Delays Act Two Asleep at the Wheel Share a clip ByStephanie Foo Traffic jams that last days are not uncommon in China. Producer Stephanie Foo talks to two people about how they pass the time. (10 minutes) More in ChinaView all 710: Umbrellas Down July 10, 2020 Act One: Cursed Generation A bunch of 22-year-olds from Hong Kong explain why they are cursed and what that means for their and Hong Kong’s future. (17 minutes) 710: Umbrellas Down July 10, 2020 Act Three: Good Cop, Dad Cop A protestor who thinks the Hong Kong police are terrible has a chat with his dad — a police officer. 701: Black Box Apr. 17, 2020 Act One: A Phone Flickers in the Dark Abdurahman Tohti left his home country, China, behind 7 years ago to move to Turkey, safe from the Chinese regime that discriminates and arbitrarily detains Uyghurs, specifically, which Abdurahman is. More by Stephanie FooView all 718: Same Bed, Different Dreams Sept. 25, 2020 Act Two: Smell You Later Lots of people in America share actual beds, but almost never see each other; flight attendants have crash pads near airports, oil rig workers carry their own sheets and sleep in shifts in an RV. 718: Same Bed, Different Dreams Sept. 25, 2020 Act Four: Overnight Flight Several people who just woke up on red-eye flights talk about their dreams. 697: Alone Together Mar. 20, 2020 Act One: Hey Dad. Dad! Stephanie Foo talks to a father trying to go about his day while his daughter comes to him over and over, with some things on her mind.