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Burger King in China apologizes after state TV criticism
"King's China You did Issuing a public apology and promising to cooperate with a government investigation after state TV reported one of the tablets used expired Ingredients. The borough King restaurant of the southern city of name, Chang was criticized on an annual consumer protection program. But in the past years has highlighted complaints about foreign auto, smartphones and other brands. State media said. Regulators in Nanchang, Beijing, Shanghai and other areas ordered inspections of Burger King's outlets there.
Is Shangri-La A Real Place?
"James Hilton was simply dreaming of a place that humans have yearned for since they I learned to yearn a heaven of sorts a Paradise Utopia Xanadu the garden of Eden Shambala Hilton a popular writer in the first half of the twentieth century named his Happy Place Shangrila and he made at wondrous in spiritual talking it high into the mountains in northwest Tibet. It was setting of his nineteen thirty three adventure. Novel lost horizon which instantly became a worldwide bestseller. It was also made into a major Hollywood film. The legendary Frank CAPRA directed and Ronald Colman Jane Wyatt starred in Nineteen thirty seven from the moment lost horizon hit bookstore shelves Shangri la became synonymous with utopia back. Then it was an ideal a place to escape to during a time when the real world had just been through a global war in the Great Depression since then the simple idea of the place has sparked countless trips. Tibet journeys of faith and perseverance of hope and distant. Promise of supposed enlightenment and sometimes disappointment. It's kind of an amazing phenomenon considering that the place doesn't exist and it never has except for ten years or so when what's now called Camp David. The presidential retreat was founded under the name Shangrila by then President Franklin Roosevelt in nineteen forty two. Or at least that was the only time it's existed until recently but let's start at the beginning. Hilton reportedly did most of the research for his novel in the British Museum Library not far from his home in the northeastern part of London. He never actually visited Tibet. Instead he took inspiration for Shangri la from another utopian dream a place known for centuries as Shala we spoke with Ed Birnbaum who lectures on comparative religion mythology and wrote the way to Shambala in nineteen eighty. He said there was one. Sort of very very garbled version of the Shambala myth that Hilton Red and one of the Catholic explorers writings. But it wasn't an all clear. It was the sort of universal theme and at that time. Tibet was pretty much unexplored. So if you're going to look for hidden utopia that was an ideal place to do it. Shala is a Tibetan Buddhist legend about a Utopian Paradise far in the Northern Mountains of Asia. It said to be a spiritual place where people of all religions and backgrounds live together in harmony and also said to be the place from which when Warren Evil Engulf the rest of the world. A leader will emerge to defeat the forces of chaos and usher in a new age of peace and happiness. Shambala grows out of the Buddhist Teaching College Chakra or the wheel of time which states that the center of the universe. Mount Meru sometimes called Mount Subaru. Set to be well. North of Tibet. Birnbaum said people sort of looked at Tibet as this mysterious Utopian kind of place and the Tibetans themselves looked even farther north for that. Utopia Shambala if Hilton who died in nineteen fifty. Four was indeed modeling Shangri la after the Buddhist teachings of Shambala. It might paint him to learn what's happened to his imaginary wonderland because it's become real but not an particularly Buddhist way in two thousand one the Chinese government which is controlled. Tibet since late nineteen fifties changed the name of Zhongdian County to Shangri la for simple purpose to cash in on tourist dollars. Many areas and China had been vying for the right to change their names. Shangri la and took nearly a decade to decide on a winner. Zhongdian one out in. What the Guardian in two thousand six called one of the most day. She's rebranding exercises in history. Today the larger area Shangrila boasts say Shangrila resort a Hilton Garden Inn Shangrila and airport with daily flights to Beijing Shanghai and Lhasa. The capital of China's Tibet Autonomous Region in the heart of what Westerners now as Tibet visitors can tour the largest Betton Buddhist monastery in Yunan province. And when they're done they can cough down. Abreu at the Shangri la beer bar tagline beer made in heaven Tibet and the newly named Shangri la a draw for reasons other than tourist traps. Of course Tibet is known. After all is the roof of the world it shares the highest peak in the World Mount Everest with neighboring Nepal. Though that's a long way from Shangri La. The area's natural beauty is breathtaking. Which makes it a destination for outdoor levers. That's especially popular with Chinese tourists. It's harder for Westerners to secure visas to get there. But is this the Shangri La that James Hilton envisioned? Is What modern travelers expect. That it seems is probably up to the pilgrim. Birnbaum said there are different ways of going to Shambala to me what I found most interesting was the symbolism of it sort of reflects an inner journey
At least 50 airlines have canceled flights to China amid coronavirus fears
"A Boston man in his twenties is the eighth confirmed case of the corona virus here in the United States and health officials say he was recently in Hunan province China and he's now being held in isolation New York City also says they have a suspected case on their hands as the outbreak worsens were responded the touching him reports the president has declared a coronavirus emergency foreign nationals who have been in mainland China and the last two weeks are temporarily banned from entering the US then you have US citizens or lawful permanent residents and their immediate family if they have been near the epicenter of this outbreak in full they province they are going to go through a fourteen day mandatory quarantine and that's the type of order that hasn't been seen in the US for about fifty years delta American and United Airlines all freezing or cutting direct flights from Beijing Shanghai and other Chinese cities the number of cases in China is now over fourteen thousand but the death toll rising to more than three
Man in his 20s in Boston tests positive for coronavirus
"A Boston man in his twenties has become the eighth confirmed case of coronavirus here in the United States health officials say he recently returned from Wuhan China is now being held in isolation as the operate worsens corresponded to Tasha chan reports that a coronavirus emergency has been declared foreign nationals who have been in mainland China and the last two weeks are temporarily banned from entering the U. S. then you have US citizens or lawful permanent residents and their immediate family if they have been near the epicenter of this outbreak and hold a province they are going to go through a fourteen day mandatory quarantine and that's the type of order that hasn't been seen in the US for about fifty years no delta American and United Airlines were all freezing or cutting direct flights from Beijing Shanghai and other Chinese cities the number of cases in China has recently reached twelve thousand with the death what with the death toll rising more than two fifty and while the focus has been on corona virus health officials say the flu is actually a much bigger threat here in the US okay what is John McDevitt report the CDC is out with his weekly flu update and the number of cases is on the rise we're now jumping back up it it's increased over the past two weeks that's K. one of use medical editor Dr Brian McDonough talking about the latest CDC numbers on influenza cases it's the flu and you should see your doctor and get tested because we have treatments that are available CDC says there been at least nineteen million flew Willis is a hundred and eighty thousand hospitalizations and ten thousand deaths from flu this sees what are the things that I find most exciting is the fact that we are now able to use social media and information spread across the internet to talk about the number of cases there are so is we get data we're getting real time data when the CDC gives us information it's much more of a reflection about what's happening in our community as well as other communities around the country after were done as as it's not too late to get a flu shot for
Coronavirus may have infected over 75,000 in Wuhan: Lancet study
"The number of corona virus patients in China could be ten times greater than what China's government is officially reporting in a study in the medical journal the lancet researchers estimate nearly seventy six thousand people were infected in Wuhan as of last week CBS correspondent rainy Inocencio was at Beijing's capital airport with the latest on travel restrictions direct flight from Beijing Shanghai and other Chinese cities are being frozen or cut even more that's what American delta and United announced on Friday more European and Asian carriers are doing similar now that's after the World Health Organization declared coronavirus a global health emergency and after the state department raised its travel advisory for China to its highest level for which means do not travel to China
Coronavirus Travel: Major US Airlines Suspend China Flights
"Reporting American announced this week that it will suspend flights between the San Angelo San both Beijing and Shanghai beginning February ninth the airline has not announced changes implies between Dallas fort worth International Airport in Beijing Shanghai and Hong Kong or between the San Angeles in Hong Kong meanwhile delta airlines is banning its flights to China beginning Wednesday that ban expected to last until
China, an Eye on Elections, Suspends Some Travel Permits to Taiwan
"China's government has suspended issuing individual travel permits to Taiwan citing the current state of cross-strait relations the move on on Wednesday Holzer program that allowed Chinese citizens in forty seven men that studies suggest Beijing Shanghai and Chaman to apply for permits to visit Taiwan on their own instead of in a group tour
"beijing shanghai" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"I think we, we want to back out of this, the China railway rolling stock corporation showed off its latest prototype, MagLev train that can reach speeds of six hundred kilometers per hour. Sarah, that's three hundred seventy three miles per hour. Thank you, John. Mcnair sense to me, it would theoretically be able to go from Beijing Shanghai in three and a half hours which if you're like I don't know how how far it is from Beijing Shanghai. It takes jet four and a half hours to fly from Beijing to Shanghai, that's not security or taxing that's four and a half hours to fly a jet three and a half hours to take this train. Now, the jet actually has a top speed faster than the train. But the train just gets to its speed faster and can stay there, this would be faster than the fastest commercial MagLev service right now which reaches four hundred thirty one kilometer per hour on its run between Shanghai's airport and the city centre and Japan holds the world speed record with a prototype train that reached six hundred three kilometers per hour. So I don't know this new MagLev train might be able to squeeze out a few more kilometers and top that one too. I like air works out. Yeah. Saying, yeah. You can I if air travel is often necessary because there's just no way to drive there, otherwise, you know, or take a trade, or whatever where you don't have the time but to be able to get on a train, which is infinitely easier than getting on a plane anywhere in the world's and it be an hour. Quicker is just music to my ears, even though it's nowhere near where I live, it would be something I would want to go and just experience between Beijing and Shanghai. Yeah. I'm just jealous. I would like this kind of train travel, and the, the ease of boarding the currently goes with train travel. So, yeah, that, that would be nice. And if it's actually faster across the terrain. I don't know. I'm feels like pretty cool thing to me. Yeah. I mean, I know some people like flying, but trans or where it's at more trains, or trains less your satellite, and Russia's largest tech company is launching a delivery service. This is a very interesting one in Moscow and Saint Petersburg to start called Yan dex envy, the end in the V. But sounds like NB the let's customers teller restaurant what they want cooked. Even if it's not on that restaurant's menu than envy, which the company calls a cloud restaurant will prepare meal kits from a customer's chosen ingredients from hundreds of dishes, and then send it to a nearby restaurant to cook it up. A yen index courier will then deliver the finished dish. You might recall back in twenty seventeen index merged with Uber's Russian arm. So, yeah, index also has its right he'll in service and also Yikes each that works like Uber. Each delivering cooked food from restaurants. And also yen index chef supplies meal kits for home cooking..
"beijing shanghai" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
"Or free access to social media accounts. Or even to keep our jobs, in fact in China. The train drivers on the Beijing Shanghai high-speed rail the busiest of its kind in the world are required to wear EEG devices to monitor their brain activity while driving according to some new sources in government run factories in China. The workers are required to wear EEG sensors to monitor their productivity and their emotional states at work workers are even sent home if their brains showed less than stellar concentration on their jobs or emotional agitating. It's not going to happen tomorrow. But we're headed to a world of brain transparency. And I don't think people understand that that could change everything everything from our definitions of data privacy to our laws to our ideas about freedom. In fact in my lab at university. We recently conducted a nationwide study in the United States to see if people appreciated the sensitivity of their brain information. We asked people to rate their perceived sensitivity of thirty three different kinds of information from their social security numbers to the content of their phone conversations. They're relationship history their emotions their anxiety, the mental images in their mind and the thoughts in their mind. Shockingly people rated their social security number as far more sensitive than any other kind of information, including their brain data. I think this is because people don't yet understand or believe the implications of this new brain, decoding technology after all if we can know the inner workings of the human brain, our social security numbers are the least of our worries. Think about it in a world of total grain transparency who would dare have a politically dissident thought. Or creative. One I worried that people will some self-censor in fear of being ostracized by society, or the people will lose their jobs because of their waning attention or emotional instability, or because they're contemplating collective action against their employers. Check coming out will no longer be an option because people's brains will long ago have revealed their sexual orientation, their political ideology or their religious preferences. Well, before they were ready to consciously share that information with other people, I worry about the ability of our laws to keep up with technological change. Take the first amendment of the US constitution, which protects freedom of speech. Does it also protect freedom of thought? And it's so does that mean that we're free to alter our thoughts. However, we want or can the government or society, tell us what we can do with our own brains can the NS. Stay spy on our brains using these new mobile.
"beijing shanghai" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Oh visits now and follows a three pot foment i is like flooding the blank and a short on the section and an essay section of questions the like wednesday anniversary of off your marriage or where do you meet washed geopolitics birthday was his favorite food so once a quest is completed a sixty percent ohio mont means as room for improvement or recovery for off the divorce so these couples i encouraged to work on their marriage and quoting to the news one particularly couple of perfect skull and that made their authorities not to off ha that devos and so some provinces now taking this essay inspiration to implement a three to six months cooling period policy for divorcing couple to reconsider the move we'll be as the old this reflects how beijing is worried about the increasing race of divorces in the country why is that an issue that mo motza associated issues in china a deeply rooted or related to so social stability concern by beijing and apparently the hiking rage of the we shaked up some extent the social stability across the country so a high divorce rates means extending to other social issues such as housing and also the very important citizenship policy like one of the meshes to stall that the rising housing prices to limit the number of citizens in major cities which we see the highest divorce rates such as beijing shanghai engine in guangzhou but how can they sought out the shape of the devos couple if one of the partners for example not from the that one of the spec cities say a wife is from shanghai and the guy from cetron but how often to divorce how predation sought out this kind of sit in shape and where they're they're from and how can they prefer and the government prevent the fake marriage from happening and west some couples might get married for the.
"beijing shanghai" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Treasury does this is this is not one but i promise you that i will look into this and make sure my staff addresses it what you're suggesting is that our procedures don't make sense and if that's the case i can assure you we will look into it and address that i am suggesting that and and i think i had the same answer from secretary liu so he didn't know either but i trust that you will follow up with an answer one i did not get you have my personal assurance that we will follow up with you very much secretary before senate appropriations subcommittee chaired by oklahoma republican james langford saturday's thank you mr chairman thanks for coming up the hill i just recently returned from a trip to china over the last six weeks i've crisscrossed the country been shenzhen hong joe beijing shanghai and shenyang the threats regarding china a very real as well as a significant opportunities i spent five and a half years working in guangzhou with procter and gamble so i very much understand and see the balance the understanding but tremendous opportunities for american companies for american farmers ranchers as well as the threats i think it's very important to engage in these negotiations we can't just see this as a standard trade dispute with china must keep in mind of china's longterm strategic approach in their long term goal of becoming the world's superpower militarily and economically my question is how will you seek to balance the importance of increasing us exports in egge an energy in the media future which i applaud versus the longer term threat of china's forced technology transfers their military investments their outright theft and they're incredibly fast developing innovation ecosystem thank you mr center i think he's you're aware of president trump has been more aggressive than any previous president ever on dealing with the china trade issue and that's why we ended up with a proposed one hundred fifty billion dollars of of tariffs and a three a one report it's because of those issues we've had a series of intention negotiations that are a framework i can assure you that we're not looking at short term gains what we're looking at is grading opportunities for us workers and us companies to compete fairly there on a level playing field and to make sure that us intellectual property and.
China Monitoring the Brainwaves of Thousands of Workers
"More than four million max last quarter fifty two million ameroud expectations there as well so we'll we'll dig into this earnings report a little more tomorrow once we've heard from tim cook on the earnings call later today but so far so as expected let's talk a little more about what's happening with mind reading in china if you were worried about facebook you're kind of a little bit late now because the south china morning post has an article about workers in industrial sectors wearing caps outfitted with brainwave monitors some machine learning detects patterns indicating depression anxiety rage and other emotions companies supposedly used the data to adjust break times and workflow to optimize efficiency the tech is credited with raising state grid zeh yang jiang something like that electric powers profits by two billion yuan since twenty fourteen they in shanghai uses it the train drivers on the highspeed beijing shanghai line now using the train drivers the guys who drive the trains right and in case it's not clear this is something that is used on a wide scale meeting that ole workers in certain factories or certain environments use it and wear it and have their brainwave activity monitored all the time yeah according to this article it's used in other places like in the us archery professionals will use it to to help train themselves with archery but china's the one using it in the big wide industrial applications and i don't think it's a scary as it sounds from the headline it's more like oh this is just monitoring people to find out when they need a break it actually sounds like they're tr at least they're saying they're using these powers for good not to overwork people but to stop.
"beijing shanghai" Discussed on WCHS
"People getting elected and trying to get reelected a lotta times things aren't done that moves the country forward and that's clearly happened if you go to china today it's like going forward in time and you know a big part of china in beijing shanghai if you go to india just like going back to the nineteen forties or nineteen fifties so a witness when i go to these places that democracy is obviously the rat form of government but for whatever reason these countries that are you know if you will hamstrung by the need for permits and so forth for basically failing their people there are people are quality laughs not growing we're in china it's being run like a business which is again i understand from social issues not a good thing but when they want to go out and build a road or whatever they just go build it and that's really helped these people in china don you've been to china so you you have first experience but you know china has also all kinds of since you've been there you know there's all kinds of problems i mean they got huge environmental problems in air pollution problems they are notorious for copyright infringement and corruption at the highest level sometimes if you wanna do something you got to pay off somebody in government so that my comments happier are beyond that they're not trying to i'm not addressing insinuating not implying or inferring i'm not doing anything i'm just making the observation that you can go to china you can go to india and you can see because i've been going to both of them from thirty years that the difference in the quality of life of the people has improved more in china than it has an india in our country manufacturing base and so forth is going backwards because of the permitting the epa issues bureaucracy and so i'm not saying that we should change the chinese system i'm just simply making an observation of fact that they are improving the quality of life for the majority of their people because they can move they're not hamstrung and they don't have issues with being able to create jobs and and so it's donald trump right to impose or threatened tariffs yes we use tariffs if you will recall them embargoes reached.
"beijing shanghai" Discussed on This Week in Travel
"If you don't have somebody who really helps you along with that you eat a lot of it's gonna go in when you're out the other you go to museums do not have much in the way english language signed i it just really helps to have somebody there again if you're going to beijing or shanghai or even she on you can do it without a tour operator sure but i think that first trip you're gonna wanna hit four or five different places in having somebody that connects those things for you is is a really good good way to do it your first trip to well not not quite provided business trip to shanghai but my first trip to outside of a business trip was pretty much the spots you're talking about it was beijing seon so soochow and shanghai soochow is a lot of gary a lot of a u n unesco sites the gardens there and and obviously the turcato warriors in in cnn and the the great wall the forbidden city in beijing shanghai is probably of those four my least favourite a because it is a it is a modern city it is a you know lovely modern city if that's what you're looking for it's great place to go it is the most western of the well not of hong kong which is a whole different thing it's i think one of the most western of the china cities and so to go to their from cupertino california you know where my neighborhood is eighty percent asian there just wasn't a big cultural divide between the two absolutely agreed completely hong kong on the other hand is a great introduction if you're if you're.
"beijing shanghai" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The moment i saw i defense in the wild i was deeply touched by their beauty their task is so beautiful so i strongly feel that the ivory tusk belongs to the elephants only that's child fay demand we told you about the start of this program he's still his first elephant in kenya decided that and then to become a conservationist he went back to china enjoying the wildlife charity traffic he knew he couldn't do much to stop the poaching in africa what he could do was tried to stop people buying ivory in china we started campaign targeting consumers and potential buyers we commissioned commercials in cities like beijing shanghai and guangzhou the three cities where the most i free products were sold and also we use media to spread our message i know so we use social media targeting young people's and what was in those social media messages we telling them that the ivory task belongs to the elephants only we link the poaching crises in africa to the purchase of ira in china they'd realize that many in china had no idea that i've ary comes from dead elephants and that's partly because of language the word for ivory in chinese is xiang ya meaning elephant tooth and technically that's correct tusks or an extension of an elephants frontier life but it led people to believe that like a tooth you could remove an elephants tusks without hurting it they'd never seen the gruesome photos show mama for tonight chinese celebrities soon joined the campaign including yao ming the seven foot six inch former professional basketball player he went and saw the virus saturation so while he went back to china he very active in promoting the ivory trade ban because yami is such a star among especially the young people's his message is very effective to help the public to change their opinions showing own shop and from say no to ivory says yao ming in this film broadcast on chinese tv because when the buying stops the killing canteen then in march twenty fifteen the campaign got a final boost tiny on.
"beijing shanghai" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Part three hearts and minds the moment i saw i differs in the wild i was deeply touched by their beauty their task is so beautiful so i strongly feel that the irate hoskins belongs to the elephants only that's chow fay the man we told you about the start of this program he saw his first elephants in kenya decided that and then to become a conservationist he went back to china and joined the wildlife charity traffic he knew he couldn't do much to stop the poaching in africa what he could do try to stop people buying ivory in china we started campaign targeting consumers and potential buyers we commissioned commercials in cities like beijing shanghai and guangzhou the three cities where the most i free products were sold and also we use media to spread our message i know so we use social media targeting young people's and what was in those social media messages we telling them that the ivory task belongs to the elephants only we link the poaching crisis africa to the purchase of ira in china they'd realize that many in china had no idea that ivory comes from dead elephants and that's partly because of language the word for ivory in chinese is xiang ya meaning elephants youth and technically that's correct tusks or an extension of an elephants front teeth but it led people to believe that like a tooth you could remove an elephant tusks without hurting it they'd never seen the gruesome photos you're working on here show mama chinese celebrities soon joined the campaign including yao ming the seven foot six inch former professional basketball player he went africa and saw the very sad situation so why he went back to china he very active in promoting the average rate band because yami is such a star among especially the young people's his message is very effective to help the public to change their opinions shop and say no to ivory says yao ming in this film broadcast on chinese tv because when the buying stops the killing cantu then in march twenty fifteen the campaign got a final boost tiny on.
"beijing shanghai" Discussed on PRI's The World
"What interested you about this documentary besides the amazing title of pine on mainland china and maine the state i think it's fascinating how both america and china just much smaller parts of a bigger hull so when we think of china we think of the coastal lead mostly beijing shanghai let me think of the united states people outside of the us often thank two of the big cities and what i really liked about this documentary was how it took chinese perceptions of the united states and got explore them in rural maine part of the country that i've never been to and entirely ignorant about so it was really fun to see what that part of the world looked like from chinese is now i actually wanted to ask you about your decision to set the documentary mostly at freiburg academy a boarding school in rural maine can you tell us why you chose that school instead of one in new york sierra well the school kind of lenin in my lap because i was invited to a screening my first film at that school and at that time i had been doing research on this subject and i wanted to film students entire journey before they leave china to after and then when i arrived at the school there were you know all these chinese students in the cafeteria and i was just immediately fascinated by the contrast of the two images you know of china in my mind and then seeing this rural maine and thinking of how students would come from this big metropolis and landon the small town like those so as soon as i spend a little time there i pretty much decided this would be much more interesting to follow than you know someone that came from beijing shanghai and went to new york these days new york and shanghai are much more similar i love the phrase china in my mind and i wonder how china looms in the mind of people in maine so in other words people you met in the state how did they china.
"beijing shanghai" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"These two seoul these challenges but it's not compete are by one city but the collaboration with other cities neighboring cities it can be sort so in this sense we saw invited sultan cities such as beijing shanghai we're moteral tokyo and saw and then we define the problems paving two way hoped solutions such is having some portion to attain in terms of silt gas emissions reductions and saw so i think if we accumulate these activities this common effort the air quality in northeast asian region becoming fauvet than not that was cells mayor park on in conversation with monaco's james chambers and be sure to pick up your south korea special edition of monaco much 2018 issue on all good newsstands now here in the briefing his what elsewhere keeping an eye on today peru's former president alberto fujimori has been ordered to stand trial for the deaths of six pharma's in 1992 it comes just over a month after he was released from prison where he was serving 25 years for human rights abuses south korea's president has lauded russia's participation at the winter games moon jaein said it had made the olympics better despite kohl's for russia to be banned from competing at the event over doping allegations and franz his government has announced a plan to allow its wolf population to grow despite protests from farmers who are worried about their livestock wolves were relegated in france by hunters back in the 1930s does on the headlines with following today this is the briefing.
"beijing shanghai" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"Cities seoul and paris and many many other big cities around the world will suffer from the same problem air pollution i live in hong kong and the excuse that the government they're often gives is that it's china all the bad hours conference china in seoul in korea you often use the same things china as the scapegoat as mayor of seoul can you tackle seoul's air pollution alone a true we heard through common interview in parties with missed kong from london earned mizzou third wall from paris and we announced to introduce the cull scoring system in its cities and it's one way or cooperation to face this common challenge of the problems sore so is located beside the china it's true that chinese influence is nearly two citing but still we cannot all everything to the china instead we should two hour serbs to bring the solutions to the problems in this sense so had built many ideas and package all policies to solve these challenges but it's not can be bought by one c but the cooperation with other cities neighboring cities it can be solved so in this sense we saw invited sultan cities such as beijing shanghai we're moteral tokyo and saw and then we define the problems paving two way of solutions such as having some portion to attain in terms of silt gas emissions deductions and saw so i think if we accumulate this activities this common effort the air quality in northeast asian region becoming fauvet than now that was monocle james chambers speaking to seoul's mayor park one soon you're listening to the daily on monocle 24 here are some of the other stories we're following today.
"beijing shanghai" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The leader once she returns may leaving today for that threeday trip with stops in beijing shanghai wuhan and meetings with chinese premier also the president xi jinping accompanied by fifty british business leaders maize looking to burnish the golden era between the two countries announced by she in 2015 china is key to british hopes of forging new trade deals and partnerships around the world after it leaves the european union back stateside philadelphia police say an off duty officer was in the right place at the right time as he shot a driver who appear to be intentionally targeting people a police captain sikhiu kid abreu says the driver hit one person and targeted many others monday morning good morning lebron did infact somebody over stuck the male smell flipped up onto his onto his his car's windshield and at that time a person who's nestle helped plots of meals to travel i by legal sri at around the same time an off duty philosophy police detective assign a major prize which has happened to be in the area and he's all the commotion he impact he engages the male notice of the car to nearly attacks of offduty detective but right now we have a lot of work to do because of the ebola watson had multiple people that worked him to to these on over the as somebody was in fact one we have the officer and discharge fireworks and and we have to first massanga jefferson honda by costas herself off his philosophy now the thirty one year old driver not immediately identified but the driver did not pass away per ounce static ten fifteen a m at a hospital would you eat it tyson foods has invested in a food text startup that's developing methods.
"beijing shanghai" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Car that children cannot go to local schools they don't have social services okay so you heavily discouraged you go these big cities but you are encouraged to go to small so beijing shanghai few review go beijing shanghai very few people realize that the course center beijing shanghai today after all this growth and the size and cities there are twenty percent fewer people they've been moved to the suburbs moved out so beijing what i went there in the late 90s they're the third ring wrote a beltway now the fourth the fifth the six the service if malet they're all moved out when you move further out and you've got to get your job what do you do drive in okay it costliest pollution's congestions or in this thing that core center beijing actually has fewer people twenty percent fewer people today then did have ten years ago so by does he point in the in the in my book is china's big cities are actually two small they need more people but they need to be able to live in the centre because globally that's would big cities do like a new york whatever or london or tokyo and in fact the key characteristic of china's dig cities is it they're less dense than cities elsewhere globally and john is small cities are actually more dense the small cities elsewhere is the complete opposite of where normal carnival of our urban development would give you so i'd like to hit a bit here may be beyond the the intersection bayne politics policy and and economics it's actually i think one of the great strengths of your book one thing i'm curious about is the role of corruption which is uh i think if you talk to your average american they would probably tell you that china's a very corrupt society we all know that the that china's in the middle of a major xi jinping's anticorruption drive has been a major feature of china's domestic policy for a least last three years i'd like you to tell about that because you again take a criterion view on that one too so what is conventional wisdom buck corruption weak everybody that the more corrupt you are as a.
"beijing shanghai" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast
"Shanghai beijing shanghai nights and all those other movies but here he's kind of like more of a serious lead and i know there have been some movies the jackie chan is like a serious lead in like from hollywood but im more associate him was kinda like a bad askedcomedic relief lead rumble in the bronx yeah i mean ii he does have loads of serious movies are here but the thing that i think i'm realising his i'd plagued he's actually might be the only four chinese movies that obscene as well so i thought about things bubis experts i i do live here but it's very easy to get you as dvds and they also play us movies which i the end up saying oh and another thing is they also junkie second adrien brody spoke english in this movie so as to detect the fact the one we washed had dubbed over english voices on jackie chan all the other actors and abbleby who were speaking i guess mandarin her would whenever they were speaking at i know how to recognize that we i know that they were speaking then link like let shia yet so i mean i i did find that interesting not not you know i don't know i don't know how hard it would be like lauren another language for like dragon blade or whatever but if donny hasn't seen a whole lot of chinese movies i just wonder that this was common to get your hollywood actors and then they basically still speak english and then they just subtitle it or you a lot of folks know english in shanghai no though usually just throw to subtitles on.
"beijing shanghai" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Your whether your and other a women's attitudes are changing and seeing the seeing this differently or whether something in china has actually changed i don't think simple like in the us people are saying that is the turning point i think in china there's still a long way to go i do see you know among my friend well more exposed to international affairs we know what's going on you know eight do see uh more and more people had a discount of a uh realization about gender issue in china and people do discuss if outisde privately in beijing shanghai but what china as a whole i think there's still a long way to go i also us yoju johm how the influence of western culture might be affecting chinese views about gender and authority here's what you told me i am a post eight generation so particularly for our generation i think you know we in this generation have a like a huge difference from our parents and grew up with a socalled of western valley and influence for example like in life there show it's sex city i guess but you have no idea that sex sentence that he has a huge impact to me and my friend um i'm not talking about well as sex position i'm talking about you know girls you should learn to you know chase what you want you should enjoy your own life making your own decision that's the show taught us so right now looking around the you know we watch thea and we'll watch bloomberg even though we have to use three pm to get that know.
"beijing shanghai" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"You take your phd with at mit i was too with samuelson where he was hit that time than if you'll this solar pool i've gotten behavior he was agreed to a professor is unity number of very good emerging market type professors there at that time they were struggling with the issue of what makes countries grow coasted emerging market name was not invented yet but they were pretty struck a deal with that issue it's the economics that underpins your investment work has changed or is it the same old rules of professors emilson nineteen 48 having changed the really the same i mean the principles are basically the same and the principles that we are trying to push forward in these countries still today he goes his so many people who want to have a statist governmentowned economy basically though define china david once you jump in there i put your how your your engagement with china has changed his you look for opportunity there at we hear from guest after guest after guest you have to look inland at more to these quote unquote smaller cities which in actual factor was harsher people that have visited how's your level of engage which has the way that you approach china changed of size 510 philip first where you go back you mess member when we first ran in china we can only go to one place will unsew trade fair mid at every year and i think was october we get the china do some trading that was it i was a now it's all over china we can travel freely in any of these cities in the hinterland along the coast of course i mean even though people tell you you she go with the interior cities the reality is that the action is in beijing shanghai shenzhen those is the big cities where the action is are you able to get a clear sense of what's going on there we watch this party congress unfold over the last week and a half and and tried to piece together meal with that might portend for the.
"beijing shanghai" Discussed on AP News
"In a remote area at the southern end of hatteras island the navy's explosive ordinance disposal unit came out and detonated the bomb last friday another world war two era ordinance was found a showy island a new island that formed off the north carolina coast in the spring and ordnance disposal team removed that one as well bp capital founder and chairman tea boon pickens says he's taken a texassized fall that landed him in the hospital but he says it's just a setback pickens whose eighty nine has been suffering from a series of strokes and has been undergoing speech therapy and only did post he says he's still mentally strong but as far as the life goes does he says he's clearly in the fourth quarter he says he can still comprehend and process information while but has difficulties speaking clearly pickens says he's regained ninety percent of his speech through aggressive therapy and determination justin bieber his past indiscretions are coming back to buy them when it comes to taking his tour back to china the beijing municipal bureau of cultures said the singer won't be invited back because of his prior bad behavior and that it was acting in the interest of imposing standards and order and cleaning up the domestic performance market it it did though concede the bieber was a talented however controversial performer bieber performed in beijing shanghai and the eastern city of dalian in 2013 and drew criticism when pictures showed him being carried up the great wall of china by a pair of bodyguards beavers purpose rural tore wraps up in asia in september with performances them tokyo hong kong with dolpins singapore and indonesia.