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346: Be You, Not Them With Janet Yang Janet Yang is the president of Janet Yang Productions, as well as the film production company, The Manifest Film Company. Janet also served as executive producer of the groundbreaking film directed by Wayne Wang for Disney, THE JOY LUCK CLUB, based on the bestselling novel by Amy Tan. This film has become an iconic work of familial bonds, and cultural assimilation and identity. She was inspired to be a link between the new cultural creators in China and the West after working in Beijing for a year as a “foreign expert” at the publishing arm of the government, Foreign Languages Press.

Janet shares how she was able to find her sense of purpose and clarity by being her true self and going after what she believed in instead of following what she is supposed to do. She also shares her tips to help you in your own journey to self confidence.

Check out thetaoofselfconfidence.com for show notes of Janet's episode, Janet's website, resources, gifts and so much more.
Janet Yang and Michael Berry on the state of cinema in a time of souring U.S.-China ties This week on Sinica, Kaiser continues his California series with a conversation with Janet Yang, one of the legends of the U.S.-China film world, and Michael Berry, a professor at UCLA and a leading expert on Chinese cinema. They discuss how politics and other factors have taken the shine off the initial promise of U.S.-China film collaboration, but how some bright spots remain.&nbsp;This episode is part of the California series of podcasts, made possible by the Serica Initiative.6:07: The Golden Horse and Golden Rooster Awards11:41: A “perfect storm” for Chinese film industry disruptions23:12: Sentiments of Chinese filmmakers in the current moment39:29: Censorship, film, and the era of hypersensitivityRecommendations:Janet: An animated movie that she created, based on a story about Cháng’é 嫦娥, the Chinese goddess of the Moon. Set to be released in fall 2020.&nbsp;Michael: The bands Plini and The Aristocrats.&nbsp;Kaiser: A book by Timothy C. Winegard, The Mosquito: A Human History of Our Deadliest Predator.
Episode 004: Janet Yang Kim Interview with Janet Yang Kim of Ezra & Janet, a wife, pastor, and student. She shares her story of God's redemptive process in her marriage and personal walk.
Mental Health Services for Older Persons with Cognitive Impairment and Co-Occurring Mental Illness by Janet Anderson Yang, PhD, ABPP This session will briefly outline different types of cognitive impairment often found among older adults. Since mental health services for persons with “dementia” or cognitive impairment cannot be billed for, the presenter will describe Medi Cal regulations regarding billing for mental health services for persons with cognitive impairment who also have a co-occurring mental illness. Mental health interventions for these persons will also be discussed.