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Why South Asia's COVID-19 numbers are so low

World Affairs Council

10:02 min | 11 hrs ago

Why South Asia's COVID-19 numbers are so low

"States is approaching five million covert 19 infections. We've passed 160,000 deaths. This virus has paralyzed the richest, most powerful country in the world. And we know this was preventable because at the same time and parts of the developing world countries with far fewer resource is have kept infection and death rates remarkably low. Rhonda's carried out nearly 180,000 tests. Since the start of the pandemic, Erica has applied a combination of mandatory social distancing. A strict lock down and wide scale testing. It's a strategy. We can learn a lot from these apparent success stories this week. We're taking a closer look at Southeast Asia along the Mekong River. As of this recording, five countries with a combined population of 243 million people have had fewer than 5000 cases of covert 19 and 72 deaths. The water Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia and Myanmar doing that the rest of the world finds itself unable to do in controlling this virus. Well, I think if we knew that answer for certain there would be epidemiologists and government officials from all over the world lined up on the door, trying to figure out the secret. That's Hannah Beach. She's Southeast Asia bureau chief for The New York Times. Race wars reached her at her home in Bangkok. And she says, there isn't just one reason that these countries have been so successful. I don't think there's anyone magic bullet, but there is kind of constellation of things that countries Thailand has done, which would seem right. First of all people started wearing masks very early, even when the W H O is dissuading people from doing so. Second of all, it's not really a touchy culture when people greet each other. They do what's called a Y, which is when you put your hands together like you're like you're in a prayer like motion. Sort of all hospitals are good health care's not prohibitive. You know, one of the things that people have been looking at that that it might be some sort of Innate resistance that has been built up, particularly in Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar and Vietnam to the current virus. One of the theories that the people in Thailand are looking at is the way in which the novel Coronavirus Cove in 19 evolved. And it started off most likely in bats on DH. Then it went from bad to some sort of intermediary mammal, and then from that mammal to humans, there is there is some speculation, looking both that kind of the genetic origins of the current virus, but also looking at something animals that were at the wet market. In Wuhan, where the outbreak seems to have proliferated that the animal that was thie kind of intermediary animal between bats and humans might have been an animal that was indigenous to this part of Southeast Asia. And that it might have been a pangolin which looks like a kind of like an artichoke cross. Listen, armadillo. If it came from this animal, there is the possibility that something a precursor even this novel, coronavirus had been sort of floating around. In the ecosystem in this region for a long time, and that could potentially explain some sort of resistance that had been built up within the local populations here. And if you look at, for instance, in in southwestern China, which is very close to this region in the number of cases of Corona virus were very, very low. Compared to a place like Wuhan. So again, you know is this is this magic bullet That explains everything We don't know. But it's certainly a factor. That is that seemed interesting. That is interesting. Will you live in the region? You cover the region as you watch these numbers and as you watch the toll in the rest of the world Are you at all suspicious? Do you think these numbers of credible all of these places whether it's Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar If the numbers were so cooked if there were bodies lined up at the morgues. If there were mass graves, we would know there is social media. People talk, people whisper, and we would we would have an idea. S O. I think that's I don't think it's fair to say that the numbers are simply made up. I'm in Thailand right now has fewer than I think 3500 cases. Vietnam, which has had an uptick has fewer than 800 cases. This. Maybe it's off by a couple 100. Maybe if given off by a couple 1000 But if there were bodies at the hospital's piling up from a mysterious respiratory disease, we would know you've spent the duration of the pandemic in Thailand. Let's go back to those first weeks. In January, Thailand confirmed what was believed to be the first confirmed case outside of China. Around the same time the U. S experienced its first case is well. What happened in those earliest weeks? Well, it was interesting that this this first case Thailand has a very good kind of geological service, and in mid January, they confirmed that the Chinese tourists coming from Wuhan, China, which is where the outbreaks believed to have started Had had flown to Bangkok for holiday, which millions of Chinese do every year Bank office in fact, one of the world's most visited cities, and it's one the most visited by Chinese. And at that point, people in Thailand became nervous because there was a mysterious disease up north in China, and there were a lot of Chinese tourists arriving and one thing that didn't happen and we can kind of look back at this. And obviously it's hard to say we know we knew that this is going to be The deadly epidemic that it's become. But in the beginning flights weren't stopped two flights captain arriving from from Wuhan from China, and yes, there were efforts to try to much temperatures of people came in, but there wasn't really that much that was done. Fast forward a few weeks people of their own accord with with government advice started wearing masks and you know there's there's no no sense in Thailand that That wearing a mask is anything but good for public health. There was no there was no no sense that that was somehow infringing upon their individual liberties you've experienced since you there with the ties. Six weeks of pretty strict national locked down. Is it getting any easier now? What's day to day? Life like in Thailand? Now, can you send your kids to school? Can you eat a restaurant? Can you go into stores? You know, I talked to friends back in the states and I feel a little bit guilty because we started our lock down in March and then in Early April. Essentially all international flights stopped. Commercial flights stopped. And so we've been sort of under lock down for months. But beginning in June, the lock down started easing. So all the restaurants all the bars, all the massage parlors, all the all the kind of normal establishments, businesses have slowly been opening up. And now my life is pretty normal. Yes, I still wear a mask everywhere. My kids wear masks everywhere. But schools high schools are back in session on their social distancing. Now they have school kids have school every other week. They wear the masks. They have plastic dividers and things. But there's commerce on DH. There's there's kinda semblance of normalcy, which again makes me feel a little bit that when I speak to people in the U. S, because that's very different from From what? What Americans experiences. You know, we've gone more than almost three months without a case of of local transmission, which is remarkable their cases. Every day, but they're all in people who are coming back from ties were coming back from overseas, whether it's the United States or Europe or the Middle East since that strictest version of the lock down ended Did the economy bounced back is AH are some of the worst effects economically of the lock down starting to ease Because people are spending money again, People are making money again. That's the real tragedy of of Thailand. Thailand did a very good job of controlling the virus and making sure that it hasn't spread. But economists absolutely devastated and the reason is devastated. It's because it's a very tourism reliant economy anywhere. Between 20 and 30% of GDP comes from from tourism, and they're no tourists coming in. So you can. If you want to come on a beach holiday to Thailand, you can't do that right now. So that means that anybody who was a tour guide, our hotel operator restaurant operator. Millions of people have been put out of work. And so the Thai government's really kind of facing a difficult decision right now, which is you can open up. But then if you open up and try to save the economy, you might be also allowing the virus to come in and assistant. It's an issue that Many economies and in many countries are dealing with. But given the success the Thailand has had and being able to control the virus, you know, it makes it that much more. On fraud to even consider bringing people back in and

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Fresh update on "cambodia" discussed on On The Edge With Thayrone

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:32 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "cambodia" discussed on On The Edge With Thayrone

"The same thing they got in there now and you're gonna go to the seminar. You will be indoctrinated whether you like it or not. You better say the right things or you're not getting out of here. You will not pass the exam. You will not go back to your A job or you may go back to your job, but you're not going to be promoted or not getting that raise and I get that Christmas bonus. Yeah, you're you just go along with the program and you learn why your flawed because you're white. You buy into it seriously, or else think they ran that program in Cambodia for a while to work out to your on the edge. The edge. Summer 2020 is gonna be a hot one. Did you cuddle with your sweetie and then fall asleep under the blankets last night? We did because we're using our well. Water to keep.

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Thailand reports 1 new coronavirus case, no new deaths

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:55 min | 3 weeks ago

Thailand reports 1 new coronavirus case, no new deaths

"Thailand has a population of seventy million yet. The country has recorded fewer than three thousand, two hundred fifty cases and fifty eight deaths, as of Thursday there had been no cases of transmission for about seven weeks. So how and why has it been sped the full devastation of covid nineteen well to tell us more I'm joined by Monaco's Bank correspondent. gwen were Robinson welcome back as ever. GWENT good to have you on monocle twenty four, so this seems to have been a country sped. Well I mean this is a very good question and it's obsessing. People particularly in this region, it should be said though that. Countries have also done like surprisingly well, including the and Mar Laos Cambodia these are all countries with very very fred the health system, so it's just as well. There were sped. And they were very slow some of them to actually look down, and in fact in the beginning some of the leader, for example in Cambodia was scoffing a little bit like Donald Trump at at the. It, so they were very slow to act and I like a lot of people, although experts will not say it There's very strong theories that he didn't humidity. Do have something to do with it. Clearly Kobe likes cold climates, and does not like warm, but humid climates. You can see in the Middle East in hot areas. They've succumbed quite badly, but that's very dry, so I think there's a theory there, but of course in Thailand with a a sort of. Not exactly a military government, but a government stuff full of former military officers they take great pride in their efficiency under claiming credit because of their excessive caution and This is now a real point of debate about how much it's Thailand prepared to kill it to coney for an obsession which has become an obsession with zero infections, and you know they are understandably proud that there's not been any local transmission for nearly seven weeks, but you can see. The fallout has been immense and the projections for unemployment for example. Example horrendous in fact, even the government's open economic forecasting think tank 'cause predicted eight point four million jobless people as a result of the code lockdown by the end of this year and an economic contraction of eight percent, which is huge, so I think you know, there are some cost-benefit these that really need to be done here, but as a as some people may be with. There's a lot of paranoia about meeting foreigners back into Thailand now. Indeed I mean we've seen some internal disputes within the authorities in Thailand. Resignations of economic ministers there's. Is there a sense that Thailand is very good at coping with stopping the spread of a pandemic, but has rather miss rather underestimated the huge economic damage that this could do. Well, I think you nailed it. With that point, that's right. It's a it's a trade off, and but interestingly the surveys I mean I don't know where the hell they're interviewing these people but the government released a survey last night, claiming of interviewed more than sixteen, hundred or around sixteen hundred ties throughout the country, showing that ninety eight percent of them feel that it is not yet time to let foreign of back in meanwhile, of course, you've got a tourism industry in freefall. Thailand is nearly twenty percent dependent for GDP on tourism and basically close to zero. Zero now they had forty million visitors last year and I think it sort of town around I. Don't know I mean. Nobody's getting in a very few foreigners or allowed him. Of course we enforcing the paranoia. I should've mentioned with the disclosure last week about the sort of very strange visit by an Egyptian military delegation, but promptly landed and took itself off for Jolie to the seaside resort of Rayon and turned out that one or gypsum military officer with infected with Kobe and tracking his movements seems like he went every. Shopping malls entertainment complex. The hotel restaurant. So the government has now tested about six thousand five hundred people in that Rayong area. It's all going into lockdown Ola hotel. The under strict guidelines and shopping malls are closed schools, and that has now spread to the resort area. Poppy are as well and these places that would just reopening after lockdown was lifted and struggling to basically domestic tourists, and now you know they've been set back, but you know if. If polls are believed to can be believed. I, you know it seems that you know. A lot of tides feel that you know they should still be cautious and that would imply that they're supporting the government. Meanwhile as you said, there's a lot of political turmoil and four key economic ministers resigned last week on group, and of course they were ousted following an internal reshuffle of the ruling party leadership and that SORTA quite. I'm not sure they're taking a rap for poor economic management. It's really more I think internal politics, but definitely the new team has a huge job ahead, and interestingly they haven't been very quick to announce the new team. Because apparently they're having a lot of cody getting very credible people to fill those shoes because It's going to be a very tough jaw. Publi. Couldn't Robinson in Bangkok? Many thanks for joining us on monocle twenty four

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2 U.S. Diplomats Among New Coronavirus Cases in Cambodia

TIME's Top Stories

00:50 sec | 3 weeks ago

2 U.S. Diplomats Among New Coronavirus Cases in Cambodia

"To US diplomats are among five new cases of Corona virus in Cambodia announced Friday by health officials. All five cases involved people who had traveled from the United States three are Cambodians who arrived Wednesday via Taiwan said a health ministry statement. The statement described the to Americans as senior diplomats who had flown from the US via South Korea and also arrived Wednesday. It said the two are being isolated at the US embassy in Panama. An embassy spokesman declined to provide immediate comment or details. Cambodia band virtually all new arrivals in March bought last month. Ease the rules allowing the repatriation of more Cambodians and the tightly restricted entry foreigners. Cambodia has had one hundred seventy. One confirmed corona virus cases with no deaths.

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COVID 19 Travel News

The World Nomads Podcast

09:23 min | 3 months ago

COVID 19 Travel News

"Welcome to the war nomads podcast. We'll be keeping you up to date travelers information about Coronado answering some uplifting news views to inspire you and keeping smiling took I. It's true with you. Those topics energy analyst in lockdown in Paris. Thought I feel Italy. What is happening on? Well social distancing and wearing masks is still required in Italy. It has said child to lockdown while at least most of their structures there in face to of locked down where they can leave their homes for less urgent reasons including exercising impacts and visiting relatives and some of those people have been locked emphasis being like eight ten weeks. Jesus came to get outside. Wouldn't you? Yeah we'll what other? Headlines have forced to speaking of face masks it's now compulsory to wear a face mask on. Moist. Us Airlines American Airlines United Delta and Frontier Airlines. Join jetblue in the order. Look after initially signed Feis Moss provided protection the CDC changed its mind and recommends they used to prevent people who are affected. But don't know it from spreading the corona virus hints. The idea of wearing face masks when you are apply no in the terminal a look speaking of American Airlines. They've posted a whopping two point. Two billion dollar loss for the three months of the years I fought but that saying it's not the end for the add that side. I've got six point. Eight billion in the quantity for the current quarter and government is another Money that's coming in. I reckon they'll rise that to eleven billion in liquidity into the second quarter so then Guyana and talked soon we would hook. One of the world's most popular tourist sites has had a ninety nine point five percent drop in visits in April. It's Cambodia's ankle what which normally takes in seven million dollars a month in phase but with just six hundred fifty visitors last month the takings were poultry thirty thousand dollars to there that suicide for that economy. Yes they rely on older people all around ankle. What who yes yes. That's that's not even taking into account that loss of money for all of those people there as we NI- tourism and travel with temperatures of GDP. This people survive exactly but pre convert remember though talks that they were going to restrict the number of visitors to anchor. What because of tourism. Yeah two point six million people in las GSA. It's probably yeah. It's bad for the people who try to make a livelihood from around it but You know maybe it's time to reset on those things in control nights. I love finally. I've got some good corona virus needs for you Beijing's Forbidden City is. I've been to the public for the first time. Since January twenty fifth Visited THEY TEMPERATURE. Take him when they come in and I have to show that. They are covered free and healthy vira verification. App on their fine and there's a sign of things to come in the future. I think we're all going to have to get something some sort of verification that we covered fray before we can go into public places in travel bets the new. GonNa use air quotes new normal. You know they got. I can't I lane. Show is a journalist and photographer. Who prior to the pandemic would travel nine months out of the year beautiful? But he's currently in lockdown in Paris. I lived here for the past five years in so I it feels like home and gives them American. I didn't want to be in the US with the healthcare. They have it kind of sucks because most of my family's stuck in Seattle in it's been just messed it. Actually you doesn't yeah So Seattle was one of the first places where it was pretty bad or like Seattle area So I have like neighbors who are doctors who have their first doctors to fall. Ill And I was back home in February. Visiting my parents can also do an assignment and I had an injection and I try to go see a doctor. And it was the prices just exorbitant. Like thousand two hundred dollars just to get a doctor to look at my. I get a prescription so I just can't even imagine what it's like to deal with co bit right now as an American. So you're in lockdown which means you can't even go to restaurants and enjoy food no so everything is closed except for the essentials. They're quite strict about it. Because the cops. I live in the center of Paris and the cops have been actively I guess. Checking with people I went out yesterday for the first time because my laptop screen shattered on over the weekend. Which is so unfortunate. Never happened once. My life and Apple France has no way of fixing it side to find like a third party person of exit and I went out for the first time yesterday and it was terrifying. Explain that what was terrifying about it. I I'm reporting a lot of stuff for US news source new sites right now and so. I'm really up to date with like everything. Cove it And so I was reading a report from Finland about how like even sixteen might not be enough of distance. So it's a bike a four kilometers away yesterday to drop off my and people outside. Were not respecting social distancing A lot of people aren't wearing masks. Their parts of the city with half open produce shops and it was filled with people I was biking to dodge other people on the streets. A lot of cars have stopped respecting driving rules. I don't drive never driven in my life so I don't know what they are but I know for a fact. You should not be you turning wherever you want. I was on my bike. Like dodging cars as well It just seems very foreign world outside. It's society I don't recognize anymore now. You're also photographer. Are you documenting any of this? Not only for you sort of personal history but the back in the US. So I did a story. Few weeks ago for business insider about the first few days of walk down so yes I was documenting actively I'm still shooting from my window I just. I don't feel comfortable at all going outside. I've severe asthma even before this started like I'm always sick with like my lungs. I I just don't want to be outside right now I'm trying my best. I have a food diary with those going on of the foods. I'm eating at home Documenting life in my fifty square meters apartment as much as I can buy also fell like this crippling anxiety Trying my best to balance it out and I've been reading a lot about like why creatives don't feel very productive right now or anyone. Actually I was reading about grief at the beginning of how we're grieving like the old world and society we used to know. That's a bit much but now I've really under I think that's what it is like. I go through these weird cycles. I've never experienced really before. The other part is that my partner and I are in lockdown together. And he's a very logical person in. He's just doing what he has to do going to work from his off from our couch every day on like he's just like it's out of my control whereas I'm like spires really on my own. How do you think travel is going to change? Eilly the thing. The weird thing is that I travel so much so in the past three or four years. I've graduated from photography school. I was travelling like nine months of the year. And it's weird. I have like a background in conservation. Biology some all about being ECO friendly. I was just like Kinda gross out by how much I was traveling. Bozo where the The travel world was heading towards it was just too much like all these people taking weekend trips like for me. Traveling is about really understanding place and it requires time and so I told all editors I would not be traveling as much this year and so for me. It feels just like the perfect storm like I now don't have to explain to everyone. I'm not traveling as much. I've ING moving forward. We won't be traveling as much. We'll be chopping in a more thoughtful way. Which is a good thing definitely. I'm worried about all the people I've written about who works who make their income off tourism. That's one of the scariest things for me. And I have lots of family. Also still in Korea and Korea's kind of ahead of everyone else with the pandemic I would say and even they who have mostly under control people aren't moving as much So I think we won't be traveling for like a good year until the viruses totally controlled which means we have a cure or vaccine.

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How to ethically source products made in overseas factories?

Side Hustle School

04:47 min | 3 months ago

How to ethically source products made in overseas factories?

"Hi Chris this is Gary from Riverside California. And I've been listening to the show since the beginning. Thanks for all the great content. I'm thinking about creating a product and I'm interested in ethical sourcing. The product needs to be assembled from a few basic components. I have concerns about overseas factories. I know it's cheap to get products made in China or elsewhere but can I make sure they're fair labor laws and good working conditions for the employees. I WANNA make money but not at the expense of someone's welfare. Hey I appreciate you taking the time to answer my question and I'm looking forward to hearing from you. Gary what's up man? You're awesome thank you so much for this question. It's really great. It helped me think a lot about it. I think actually have another question from somebody that was quite similar to this so I know you're not the only one wondering so the other person as their question like how can I know for sure you know that I'm not doing something that is harmful of someone else or as I said destroying the planet. And here's the honest truth like just want to give you the headline upfront. You can't like there is no way to know for sure. And in the past. And you've probably seen in the news. Companies like apple and Nike and the gap and other enormous brands. That essentially limitless resources have gotten a lot of trouble when journalists have published an expose. There's been some other kind of reveal about the working conditions of their factories or about environmental costs. That haven't been factored in and in some of those cases. Perhaps we could say oh. It's an evil company. You know there was a lot of malcontent knew this was happening. But it's also true. In other cases the companies themselves didn't know or they had been assured that the situation was better than it actually was. There is a lot of obfuscation. You know on the ground there are a lot of incentives for people to lead so this is a massive industry and it really is difficult to police all of it so just kind of the reality of outsourcing even big companies don't have complete control over the environment when they're doing something like this and if anybody tells you one hundred percent possible to know that there are no externalities to know that all the Labor conditions are fair like I don't know that's totally true and because of that I also understand why some people prefer not to source from countries. Whenever possible at the same time like I do want to mention the counterpoint which is also true often. The job that the factories in these countries provide really are better than any alternatives. Like a lot of people who are working in these factories. They're doing so willingly because they're able to send more money back to their family or because it is the best job that they can get. That's why I'm kind of skeptical about the idea. That globalization is universally harmful in these situations. So it is complex as I said a couple things you do since we want to talk about practical staff couple things you can do. You can avoid the middleman if you're talking to a contact there that you've met on Alibaba or all you express or a similar website. You know you can have a skype resume call you know. Don't just email. You can actually have a call with them and asked to see the factory. Ask How many people work there. And if you don't get a good answer it means you're not talking to somebody who's actually at that factory. You're talking to somebody who works with a lot of different places and is really just interested in getting your order and then kind of farming it out somewhere now. Of course. That knowledge isn't going to help you with everything else that you would like to know but it is something like it's a start and we've also had stories of people who have gone and visited the factory where their product is being manufactured. And and you know. Try to build a long term relationship now of course not. Everyone is able to do that. Like the reason why you're having your product made in China or wherever is because it's far away and inaccessible to you but somebody else can do it but still it could be an option for some one more thing. You might be helpful to look for vendors with certification. There are a number of certifications out there whether it's fair trade or something called S. Q. F. I. Ethical Sourcing Alibaba itself now has a number of certifications that do have some degree of enforcement or at least some sort of standards. The problem with it again just to be fully on us is that there's no overall standardization there either. Like the certification business can actually be a bit of a racket sometimes so it just goes to show like we live in this world without Borders in terms of commerce at least so there is no single global authority that says you know the standards of Canada apply in Cambodia or whatever it is like there is this principle of buyer. Beware that comes when you're doing these kinds of things so in the end you know if you're if you're struggling with this. I think you do what you reasonably can. And then you decide to make your decision and move on either with sourcing from overseas or finding an alternative if it bothers you so much so there you have it not an easy answer as I said but I hope it was helpful to Gary. Thank you so much again and anyone else who wanders

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US job losses mount as economic pain deepens worldwide

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 4 months ago

US job losses mount as economic pain deepens worldwide

"As more it was governments an grim idea across economic the from world one in fact news mom emergency is trying causing to measures make another her family's market some new are swing normal unhappy feel markets a little about have having bit been the like ping missteps the pong old publicize one between and fear she included and what others optimism neighbors are taking for advantage I weeks of as the investors crisis to try tighten and to guess now Jennifer control just how stampers bad writing a looming nine about year recession lapses old son in apple's may Zach be screening has had but on a change his more Facebook dismal of heart page signs about school are don piling knight I was always some up in Thailand with the virus wish was the closing arrested schools for stores violating in the thing and the computer keeping shoppers crime out at there home and retail by tell allegedly sales Julie posting dropped Ryan a record false is a second eight information grade point teacher seven who percent Mali lives nearby on last the block Cambodia month I think it brings a human survey rights the of neighborhood New group York together has manufacturers documented when twenty full at cases the lowest we're supposed level to be of a part in people history being actually detained after and American for sharing industrial information production about the didn't client of even ours meet what and were in already Europe low Hungary's expectations parliament who's from going economists to rule of the Taliban stocks the were power already to rule down indefinitely in early trading by decree have a losses I'm Charles sped de up Ledesma after those reports came out analysts say this could be the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression solder make ani Washington

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US job losses mount as economic pain deepens worldwide

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 4 months ago

US job losses mount as economic pain deepens worldwide

"As more it was governments an grim idea across economic the from world one in fact news mom emergency is trying causing to measures make another her family's market some new are swing normal unhappy feel markets a little about have having bit been the like ping missteps the pong old publicize one between and fear she included and what others optimism neighbors are taking for advantage I weeks of as the investors crisis to try tighten and to guess now Jennifer control just how stampers bad writing a looming nine about year recession lapses old son in apple's may Zach be screening has had but on a change his more Facebook dismal of heart page signs about school are don piling knight I was always some up in Thailand with the virus wish was the closing arrested schools for stores violating in the thing and the computer keeping shoppers crime out at there home and retail by tell allegedly sales Julie posting dropped Ryan a record false is a second eight information grade point teacher seven who percent Mali lives nearby on last the block Cambodia month I think it brings a human survey rights the of neighborhood New group York together has manufacturers documented when twenty full at cases the lowest we're supposed level to be of a part in people history being actually detained after and American for sharing industrial information production about the didn't client of even ours meet what and were in already Europe low Hungary's expectations parliament who's from going economists to rule of the Taliban stocks the were power already to rule down indefinitely in early trading by decree have a losses I'm Charles sped de up Ledesma after those reports came out analysts say this could be the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression solder make ani Washington

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Record 22 million have sought US jobless aid since virus

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

Record 22 million have sought US jobless aid since virus

"As more governments grim across economic the world in fact news emergency is causing measures another market some are swing unhappy markets about have having been the ping missteps pong publicize between fear and what others optimism are taking for advantage weeks of as the investors crisis to try tighten to guess control just how bad writing a looming about recession lapses in apple's may be screening but on his more Facebook dismal page signs are don piling knight was some up in Thailand with the virus was closing arrested for stores violating and the computer keeping shoppers crime out at there home retail by allegedly sales posting dropped a record false eight information point seven percent Mali nearby last Cambodia month a human survey rights of New group York has manufacturers documented twenty full at cases the lowest level of in people history being detained and American for sharing industrial information production about the didn't client of even ours meet what and were in already Europe low Hungary's expectations parliament who's from going economists to rule of the Taliban stocks the were power already to rule down indefinitely in early trading by decree have a losses I'm Charles sped de up Ledesma after those reports came out analysts say this could be the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression solder make ani Washington

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Record 22 million have sought US jobless aid since virus

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

Record 22 million have sought US jobless aid since virus

"As more governments grim across economic the world in fact news emergency is causing measures another market some are swing unhappy markets about have having been the ping missteps pong publicize between fear and what others optimism are taking for advantage weeks of as the investors crisis to try tighten to guess control just how bad writing a looming about recession lapses in apple's may be screening but on his more Facebook dismal page signs are don piling knight was some up in Thailand with the virus was closing arrested for stores violating and the computer keeping shoppers crime out at there home retail by allegedly sales posting dropped a record false eight information point seven percent Mali nearby last Cambodia month a human survey rights of New group York has manufacturers documented twenty full at cases the lowest level of in people history being detained and American for sharing industrial information production about the didn't client of even ours meet what and were in already Europe low Hungary's expectations parliament who's from going economists to rule of the Taliban stocks the were power already to rule down indefinitely in early trading by decree have a losses I'm Charles sped de up Ledesma after those reports came out analysts say this could be the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression solder make ani Washington

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Record 22 million have sought US jobless aid since virus

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

Record 22 million have sought US jobless aid since virus

"As more governments grim across economic the world in fact news emergency is causing measures another market some are swing unhappy markets about have having been the ping missteps pong publicize between fear and what others optimism are taking for advantage weeks of as the investors crisis to try tighten to guess control just how bad writing a looming about recession lapses in apple's may be screening but on his more Facebook dismal page signs are don piling knight was some up in Thailand with the virus was closing arrested for stores violating and the computer keeping shoppers crime out at there home retail by allegedly sales posting dropped a record false eight information point seven percent Mali nearby last Cambodia month a human survey rights of New group York has manufacturers documented twenty full at cases the lowest level of in people history being detained and American for sharing industrial information production about the didn't client of even ours meet what and were in already Europe low Hungary's expectations parliament who's from going economists to rule of the Taliban stocks the were power already to rule down indefinitely in early trading by decree have a losses I'm Charles sped de up Ledesma after those reports came out analysts say this could be the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression solder make ani Washington

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Some leaders use pandemic to sharpen tools against critics

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Some leaders use pandemic to sharpen tools against critics

"As governments across the world in fact emergency measures some are unhappy about having the missteps publicize what others are taking advantage of the crisis to tighten control writing about lapses in apple's screening on his Facebook page don knight was some in Thailand was arrested for violating the computer crime out there by allegedly posting false information Mali nearby Cambodia human rights group has documented twenty full cases of people being detained for sharing information about the client of ours and in Europe Hungary's parliament who's going to rule of the Taliban the power to rule indefinitely by decree I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Some leaders use pandemic to sharpen tools against critics

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Some leaders use pandemic to sharpen tools against critics

"As governments across the world in fact emergency measures some are unhappy about having the missteps publicize what others are taking advantage of the crisis to tighten control writing about lapses in apple's screening on his Facebook page don knight was some in Thailand was arrested for violating the computer crime out there by allegedly posting false information Mali nearby Cambodia human rights group has documented twenty full cases of people being detained for sharing information about the client of ours and in Europe Hungary's parliament who's going to rule of the Taliban the power to rule indefinitely by decree I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Some leaders use pandemic to sharpen tools against critics

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Some leaders use pandemic to sharpen tools against critics

"As governments across the world in fact emergency measures some are unhappy about having the missteps publicize what others are taking advantage of the crisis to tighten control writing about lapses in apple's screening on his Facebook page don knight was some in Thailand was arrested for violating the computer crime out there by allegedly posting false information Mali nearby Cambodia human rights group has documented twenty full cases of people being detained for sharing information about the client of ours and in Europe Hungary's parliament who's going to rule of the Taliban the power to rule indefinitely by decree I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Some leaders use pandemic to sharpen tools against critics

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Some leaders use pandemic to sharpen tools against critics

"As governments across the world in fact emergency measures some are unhappy about having the missteps publicize what others are taking advantage of the crisis to tighten control writing about lapses in apple's screening on his Facebook page don knight was some in Thailand was arrested for violating the computer crime out there by allegedly posting false information Mali nearby Cambodia human rights group has documented twenty full cases of people being detained for sharing information about the client of ours and in Europe Hungary's parliament who's going to rule of the Taliban the power to rule indefinitely by decree I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Scientific Hiccup

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

06:03 min | 4 months ago

Scientific Hiccup

"All Welcome to kiss Miss Misery. Sime your host kit chrome hoping you're healthy and staying sheltered in place today. I'm going to talk about scientific hiccups and I'll begin with the woolly mammoths arose about five point. One million years ago in Africa according to the curator at the American Museum of Natural History in New York from Africa the mammoth migrated throughout Europe Asia North America. Their evolution continued over millions of years eventually producing the woolly. Mammoth we know today. They began roughly two hundred fifty thousand years ago. Mammoths went extinct about ten thousand years ago. Hoops that's the first scientific hiccup more like three thousand five hundred years ago. Scientists now believe in isolated population of mammals persisted on Wrangel Island off northeastern eastern Costa Siberia and deep in Canada's Northwest Territory and World Heritage Site than Hani Valley. They were there until about three thousand seven hundred years ago. The ten thousand year more of extinction is in most textbooks though. But let's take a closer look at that date. The prominent theory that made it into most textbooks and the cyclopes. Pedia is ten thousand years ago because it was believed for decades at the mammoth migrated from the African continent through Eurasian orth America driven by the last ice age. What scientists called police to seen ice age following the food supply? If that's the case that it makes sense that some ended up in the valley because it was never touched by the last ice age and yes sponsor the mammoth have actually been found in that region. But this isn't the first theory published in a textbook as fact that is founded. It's been believed yes. Baited into text books that the continent of at Artika has been covered by ice for millions of years again. Oops scientific hiccup. The Perry reese map drawn in. Fifteen thirteen shows a northern coast of Antarctica. Ice-free the most puzzling aspect of the map isn't how it managed to be so accurate three hundred years before and articles discovered but that the map shows the real coastline under the ice geological. Evidence has confirmed. How could that have happened or been charted in an ice free age four thousand years ago which is what science states? That was the last time that Arctic was ice free officials. Science has been saying all along that the ice cap which covers the Antarctic is millions of years old. The Perry reese at Arctic amount shows it the northern part of that continent has been mapped before the ice covered it that could make us think it has been mapped a million years ago but that's impossible since mankind did not exist at that time. Furthermore accurate studies have proven that the last period of ice-free condition in that Arctic area the northern tip ended about six thousand years ago the question is who mapped Queen Maud Land of Antarctica. Six thousand years ago which unknown civilization had the technology or the need to do that. I want to state at this point. That the Perry map has been validated as being real and brought back to that data. Fifteen thirteen it is not a about that which made twenty years. I pushed office something true. I want to touch on just one. More scientific kick up nestled in the ancient city of Papun Kabul. Libya are stone blocks that were used to make up a series of pyramids each block. Wade from two hundred to four hundred tonnes. Nothing unusual there. The city dates back to five three six ad yet. The blocks are riddled with carved indentations and in the surrounding grasses were found giant staple liked clamps. That it in place and we're used to hold the blocks together. Wait a minute. How could the indigenous people with no knowledge of metallurgy have created these clamps and worded the metal used for them? Come from? But this isn't the only case of clamps be used to hold giants Jones together and Cambodia's Angor Watt giant sandstone blocks way nearly two tonnes were brought to the side of the temple from a nearby mountain bias. Here's waterways close inspection. The stones that are scattered around the side has revealed carved indentations receptacles for metal clamps. Says kind of interesting. How about an eerie coincidence? Just outside the magnificent ruins of anger. What Stanton Asian Pyramid temple known as boxy CAM gone now from? Cambodia travel eight thousand miles to Guatemala and the ancient Mayan city of Tacoma all among the long forgotten structures at to call is the temple of the Jaguar although the Cambodian pyramid is much smaller than the pyramid Guatemala. The similarities between the specific design features are uncanny both these ancient structures have an unusually steep slope angle that don't exist in other pyramids or temples however most importantly they both feature a stepped formation. There's a massive stairwell going up to the middle of both temples and there's a domed area located on top once there you could see. There's a small door goes inside the pyramid and there's another internal structure that looks the same basically. What you have here is an ancient civilization in Cambodia and another in Mesoamerica despite the fact that they are separated by more than nine thousand miles away featuring credible similarities that no one has been able to explain. Thus my idea of being a scientific hiccup because when you read in the textbooks is different than what facts

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COVID-19: The Wildlife Trade and Human Disease

Science Talk

06:45 min | 5 months ago

COVID-19: The Wildlife Trade and Human Disease

"In early March. The Prime Minister of Vietnam directed the government there to draft a directive to prohibit wildlife trade and consumption to be submitted to him by April first in February China took similar actions to find out more about the wildlife trade and its relationship to the current corona virus outbreak. I called Christian Walser. He's the executive director of Global Health at the Wildlife Conservation Society. We both live in the Bronx but do to. The current situation spoke by phone. Tell me about The situation Vietnam where the wildlife Outdoor MARKETS OR WILDLIFE MARKETS FOR FOOD. Consumption are Apparently going to be banned. And what's the situation elsewhere? Where such markets have traditionally existed? Yes so these markets which really very unique even on a global scale just by sheer size and diversity of species which are traded. These markets have already been banned beginning of February In China so there's been opponent ban on any kind of wildlife trade be it for consumption medicine purposes Even for furs any any kind of wildlife product is prohibited that moment the movement trade sale and consumption is temporarily banned and China's moved on to now permanently banned any wildlife trade and related with consumption. So that was the big first step and The working on legislation right now to get that lockdown so to say and then Vietnam just followed on a few days ago with a statement that it will similarly close down markets and the trade wildlife related to consumption and we do assume that it will be a knock-on effect on on the bordering countries like Laos and Cambodia and what is the problem with these markets. Why are we so concerned about them? So these mark some just a quick picture so you can imagine what looked like. It is a Areas where A large number of different species from wraps different species of field. What they call field rats in Southeast Asia's Liza Lodger rat species Which they which they capture and breed on farms together with bats. Squirrels Porcupines You know now than illegal even pangolins illegal primates and then all that is mixed together with domestic livestock. So we have a lot of poultry. There you will have on pigs and then of course you have a lot of humans. And by putting all these species together and They're also additionally extremely stress. They've been captured. Many of them been captured in the wild are in terrible conditions holding conditions so very stressed in shutting viruses Able to excrete these viruses imaginaire stacked on top of each other. So you will have home. Let's say some squirrels excreting virus which will drop down onto a porcupine below them in porcupine may be above some chickens and so on so you have a great possibility for the exchange of virus Enviro components and then you have the whole process of preparing the food. So you're actually in the same place where you're basically creating the environment for new viruses. You're also going to be slaughtering. So you'll have blood being mixed you will be handing off to humans who will be in direct contact with the excrements with blood postgame. Then we'll take that product home so it is really really couldn't design a spillover interface in any better way this. So this is the main concern. Lodged diversity species is obviously unknown viruses. Which they naturally host being mixed together on the small tight area basically and you use the word spillover. That has a particular meaning in this context. Right right spillover event Have to I think the best way to imagine his. You know each animal. is a container and within that container it carries an hosts viruses and bacteria on fungi. Which are do not cause it any homes and similarly we. It's humans we host viruses bacteria. Which Cause Anyhow? And as we move about carries with us in. It's one niece containers are able to share these viruses. So basically you get a virus moving from one container. Let's say some wildlife species moving into the container of the human and then sometimes and it's a rare event is viruses can actually move. Let's say from something. That looks very different. Porcupine definitely different than human move across into a human and actually get into a human cell and start to replicate and then on a much much rarer occurrence thankfully then transmitted from human to human. So it's quite an achievement for a virus so to say to actually manage to jump from one species to the and then actually be able to transmit within this new species but it sort of a slot machine with a lot of dials and every once in a while they all come up and you do get this event exactly. It's really a numbers game. And I think the way I I would say. These markets are just increasing. Your chance of of of winning substitute over losing in this case just by having a lot of species on every day of the year. You're actually stressing them so that you'll get more viral shedding and then you put in the humans in as well because consumption of course increases the interface because you As I said you're in contact with the blood you're ingesting it It's is really just a numbers game as I said.

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Nomadic Matt - The OG Travel Blogger

Talking Points

09:00 min | 5 months ago

Nomadic Matt - The OG Travel Blogger

"Two day. We're talking to one of the old. She travel bloggers. Don't believe me while if you google how to become a full time travel blogger. His website is the number one search result. Which tells you he's source anyway. We've got pneumatic maths. Aka Matthew kept nece here with us today to discuss all things travel the travel lifestyle and something. I'm not an expert. At budget trump matt. Thanks for joining us today. Thanks for having me I. I think I think it'd be interesting watching you in the hostile. You know my first time in a hospital. First and last actually. I've stayed in hostels twice when I was in college. We went to a Ireland. Right around Saint Patrick's Day for spring break. We had found two hundred fifty dollar airfare from Pittsburgh Tha Dublin and we stayed at it was actually decent hostile in Dublin. It was like a party. Hostile right near What's what's The neighborhood all. We're all the bars every bar. Temple Bar My bad hostile experience was in Paris at the peace and love hospice. Hostel Actually passed it recently when I was traveling through the Ariza. Oh my it's a bus in the past and I had a very Thursday they're eight and in eastern European was the three of us in this room and There was some language barriers and Some body odor barriers as well and and of course. Needless say I did not pass. The shower did not pass. Tvd shower tests. I think I had to contorts myself but yeah I mean they're small for me. Sometimes Mike Half Your size so matt you've been in the travel game for a long time. We're going to get into your story how you got but do you still. You're successful. You run a great website. Nomadic MATT DOT COM. Do you still stay in. Hostels all the time I say private runs now. I'm not doing dorms. But I love hostels you know I just. I traveled to meet people. And if I'm not traveling for work I like to be around other travelers so I find awesome the private room and I stay there and even if I am just there for a couple of days and I don't really get to interact with them as much as possible. I like the energy and the vibe and just kind of makes me feel a lot better than just being alone in a hotel room. So what what are the best ways to research hostels? 'cause there's obviously varying hostels right. There's like Roach just like there are hotels are crummy hotels and an awesome hostels. Like what are the tips on finding a really fun quality hostile? I always look at the reviews on hostile world Because travellers tens day a lot of hospitals so the average review is usually pretty accurate. I I like hostels with But organized tours and activities to me. That's a key component. You have a lot of hostels. These days like generator. Saint Christopher's even Free and that are just sort of like hotels for backpackers that four hundred rooms Tour groups go in there. They'll really organiz activities in hospitals all about the community and the atmosphere creates. And so I. I think it's important to find a hostile that we host lots of events. We take you out. We show you around. You know we we get people to interact with each other. What how much hostels go for these days like? I guess it depends obviously where you're going so let's just start with Europe. You're in Paris like what is a a decent you know. Explain to me. How hostile pricing works? Because frankly it's been over a decade. Yeah obviously the the cheaper ones are dirtier and thoughts out our bed or bedbugs. Real big deal with hostels. I mean they are at fancy hotels as well so I'm sure. But is it a real issue on hostile communicate? It's less common than you think because Hostels are hyper aware of it. And so they're always cleaning beds and they're always Taking precautions against it. Obviously the the crappier the hassle bus they care but is such a cute issue that all the good houses are really focused on minimizing that and in the twelve years. Now where are we in? Fourteen years the backpacking in hassles. I've only seen bedbugs once and it was in a hostel in Cambodia But you know I'm pricing. Your average dorm in Europe is highly twenty euros for like something. That's like twelve beds and then the smaller you get. It can go up to thirty thirty five euros. Especially if it's a popular hostile and the city like When my favorite hostels define Pagan Amsterdam and now it's like thirty five dollars a night to stay there. It's really expensive So expensive for dorm room. Yeah a private room is usually around eighty To one hundred euros which at that price it. It's not you can get a hotel or an AIRBNB. That's about the same thing so usually i. I say they're simply because I want the community. Yeah it's less about the price more depending on. I think there's a stereotype about hostels. It's young backpackers wild single to people. Do couple say hostels to like. I've seen couples. I've seen people that are my grandparents AIDS. I I you see everybody in between just like there's a hotel everybody there's a hostile forever by the there are definitely Cardi hassles that catered to the eighteen year olds. Who just want us to get drunk? But there are hostels for tour groups School groups people who just want cycle families So you know that's one of the things you look for in the reviews ways demographic of of most of us will come on and say and they're like description like come here. Just get drunk. You know like skip. Yeah tell me. Your your wildest family friendly this is a family. Friendly podcast Hostile Eddie like really crazy stories or super interesting. I got one so Kirstin from the blonde broad and I were in Barcelona. I made her stay in a hostel and It's I have. I've never named the hostile but it's a well known party one and so we got a dorm room. And there's these Brazilian guys in there and yet they're just getting drunk all the time and our last night there. I got woken up by this giant. Knock on the door and nobody was answering so I finally woke up and answered it when the Brazilian guys who was like a private room or we were in a dorm. Oh six bed. Dorm Room I met her debuted on the door at night. Will they lock you out of your key? You have key So we have gone skeet so I let him in and I go back bays like sorry. Sorry sorry not smell like. Why is the smell wise? It smells like Shit. Oh and I come to realize. Oh that's because they're shit on my hand and then I turned on the light and I realized the L. A. doorknob. Oh the Brazilian guy had shit himself in his bed ran to the bathroom leaving a trail. Oh must have wiped off because there is on the hand knob and then locked himself out and I had been the fortunate one to answer the door the only other people who was Nikkei Stan Two girls and the guidance friend so one of those imagine the screams of one of the girls had opened the thing he looks at me and he's like it wasn't make now's like who else could it be. It was Kirstin and encouraged him. We love you and he's like I just. I was like the trailers right to your bed so I go wash my hands you know. I watched the DOORKNOB. I washed my hands twenty thousand times. You change rooms at this point. I mean we're getting like two hours but will when I got back to the dorm were you able to go back to bed No but when I got back to the dorm his bed was in the hallway and he had wiped up the floor but he was sleeping on a mattress and to this day. I cannot figure out where that matches came from because all the germs are locked but he managed to find the mattress. It's wasn't my mattress. Something tells me this might not have been his first time pulling the style so when we wake up and I tell Carson the story. She's like no way that happened. No Way and like there's no transcendent. Wake up from the smell in the room. He wiped it up pretty fast but so all the all of us have curtains so I had grabbed the carton with my like poop covered hand and there were like Poop streaks. I was like Oh here. Here's the proof and seed as like we have to get out of the hospital today and we actually went to the w after that point extreme at WSB pretty

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Covid-19 hits Thailand's tourism industry

Correspondents Report

02:50 min | 5 months ago

Covid-19 hits Thailand's tourism industry

"Thousands of travelers are canceling or postponing travel because of nineteen and hitting the tourism industry. Hard of course Bangkok a popular destination for Ozzy. Tourist is feeling the brunt as foreign visitors. All but disappear but it also means that places. The normally crowded can be enjoyed in relative peace as Southeast Asia correspondent Amy Bainbridge reports. We're on a boat to CO CREATE. A small island in Bangkok. It's a great place to cycle and have a poke around local markets and the Thai food. He is delicious when I first visited. Co Create. We were shoulder to shoulder with other visitors from the Bush to get here but last weekend there was plenty of room while normally elbowed and rushed as you disembark. This time it was pleasant with just a few dozen people getting off the boat. It was painful to cycling. Around the island steering clear of just a handful of scooters and pedestrians. It's now quiet at popular. Tourist spots in Bangkok and across the region. Tourist numbers have dropped sharply. Judah covered nineteen three weeks ago. My family and I were among just fourteen passengers on a plane to Cambodia. That could have sated. One hundred eighty travelers. It's the same around the Grand Palace in Bangkok when I visited early January authority. Amac NEVER RETURN. The Queues. Were huge and the crowds with thick and pushy. Now there's some serenity at the populace spots around the city while it's good for the few tourists and local still getting out to enjoy the best of Bangkok the businesses who depend on tourism to survive finding it extremely tough last month when the downturn was starting to bite and Chinese tourists stopped coming. We were out filming a story on Thai tourism. We met one senator who sells flowers. Not far from one of the main pees on the child prior river. She's made a living this way. For twenty years she blinked Back Tees. She described just how difficult trading had become the album. Leon I haven't sold anything. She told us a wonder if I would survive today. All we'll have enough money to buy food. I came late today as there are no two groups a came around eleven. Am and finished organizing around noon. And now I'm waiting for customers. The BANGKOK POST SAYS TOURIST ARRIVALS TO THAILAND dropped by forty four percent in February.

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"cambodia" Discussed on AP News

AP News

08:55 min | 6 months ago

"cambodia" Discussed on AP News

"The feel good story about Cambodia allowed a cruise ship to dock off to it was turned away elsewhere in Asia for fear spreading the deadly virus was taken fortunate ton off to a passenger released from the ship tested positive for the virus news of the 83 year old American woman who was on the ship and flew from combo due to Malaysia was found to be carrying the virus has frozen further movement of the passengers and crew of the MS west to them someone out in hotels in Cambodia's capital pump pen while others still aboard the ship I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"cambodia" Discussed on The Documentary Life

The Documentary Life

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"cambodia" Discussed on The Documentary Life

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"cambodia" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"cambodia" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"By four boys or on New Year's Eve and trust me. You know, you're twenty one another twenty three twenty five twenty one three five said, you know, when you're a cramp fall a serve. The humming will be with stuff. Right. Well, my my date yesterday. I mean, I worked Saturday morning on patients, which we do once a month. But I went back to the office Sunday, and I had to do eight one checks on a bizarre. I mean, basically, you bring up the patient full there, you double check the work that the technicians have done in Costa Rica? And you change things and you make it the way you want. And this is what I've this is what I learned to do. Now, certain joy at first it was. This is kind of funny because when it came out they had technicians would write a note and say, you're taking issue, please do this comeback done. Very well one point I hit my own technician. Now, they've gone to two teams of technicians. So so in the beginning when clinch software came out, I thought boy, wouldn't it be nice. If we could do that ourselves. And then of course, we've got spoiled because they were doing it for us. And then they got big and their technicians weren't as well skilled. And they said, well, you've got to do it yourself, and I was spoiled. I I don't wanna do it myself anymore. But that was my first thought, gee, I should be able to do that. Well, now, we're back to be. I'm pretty sure that the the listeners will agree that if you wanna deliver high high level clear liner there you have to get in there, and and bend the wire yourself or have your technician, do it to your standards. You have to have preferences organized in your software for. Uploading saying, okay. I have a class division one patient. I want you to do this first and basically have detailed instructions we copy and paste those spirits instructions. So we have we have instructions for class one last two for an across fights, and my digital system copies of pastes the little word document into my prescription clinical prescription. And then we upload it to this line. And it just takes what bur macroeconomic numbers what percent of the three hundred twenty five million Americans. You think had to work on? What was I have had Ortho are in their lifetime. Boy, I really I'm not hearing five percent. Yeah. And I really got religion on the power of orthodox. Last year one time without three four boys in the South Africa, Cambodia Malaysia and think on Japan, but when I was in him, Bill and Malaysia. I mean, we were having dinner one night, and the wagers was talking to boys, and she she figured out. Goes. And so one for sure for asking people about straightening teeth and the boring name, this lane was gold in these underdeveloped are developing countries like Cambodia were the they're very this way this girl, very young the evolve he's probably low twenties and was spending twelve hundred fifty you us when she has annual income of about fine us and asked her why she was doing his line. And when a surgeon the math, and then I cross herbs other things like they're very many communities agent where women will send forty percent of their income on health and beauty makeup this and this girl who no no way and Cambodia was she wasn't useful. And she's sending one thousand five thousand dollar annual income because this one's a little crowd in sons. And then and then they see. I believe when Joe HOGAN the CEO of the line. Oh that bold guy. Yeah. Crema crema. What he was saying that only five percent of the rent worth. So the upside for worth of in my opinion, the upside for Ortho the next century is going to be men I easily see countries is Richard Jurisco from five percent of relation having worked out to. Maybe I think I think straight teeth and a nice of, you know, the par smile like you said we re going back to your discussion your polish experience. I think having straight teeth is one of the first things developing countries can do to kind of westernize their their appearance..

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"cambodia" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"cambodia" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Is Don starchy is the vice president of operations habitat for humanity of the greater Cincinnati area. Don welcomed at home with Gary Sullivan. Thank you. Where'd you go? I went to Cambodia you went to Cambodia. I did. Yeah. So I just get marvel is when people marvel that's like, wow, you wake up one more and say, I think I wanna go to Cambodia actually now I've thought about it for a I've thought about it for a lot of years. I was able to go I'm not too much of a weenie. Now, I'm kind of I kind of think about it. But it took me a while to get there. I went to listen to have been to listen to Guatemala, and El Salvador. Uh-huh. Cambodia was my daughter-in-law's actually Cambodian. Okay. So there was there. And then I found out that habitat. Cincinnati tides to Cambodia's one of the four countries, I just knew I had to go. So let's talk about the experience. I was learning all about how their financing how they don't just build houses. All the time the extensions to houses improve houses. First of all, you gotta get on an airplane. So that took a while isn't it took a bit at a time. That was about sixteen hours. Okay. On one flight and you survived that, I served it. We were traveling. I think travel time with something like thirty two hours thirty two hours, and you got there and you went. Warm here. It's Murph here where did you go? What time of the year November? Okay. Was ninety four. I think when we got off the plane, low humidity, low humidity. Yeah. So what kind of do you build like one place or were there multiple houses or multiple houses going on? We just built one house. We were able to complete a house in a week. Okay. So you did do we did. So what kind of construction materials, I mean, the brick truck just didn't pull up one day, and then you lay brick, and then how that all work out. It didn't we didn't actually have to make our own bricks. I I believe you're going to be talking with that about Nepal, and I think you made bricks they were actually well supplied at habitat Cambodia I've been on several global trips where they had nothing wheelbarrow that had a broken wheel and shovels with broken handles. They actually had some functioning tools there, which was pretty amazing. But we. The footers were poured houses a Djugum. We did not Cambodia are raised. So because of the monsoons leading they have. So the found the footers were poured for the peers. Okay. We cut the piers built the piers. Out of wood. And then anything special about the would. It's really hard. It's really hard. It's really hard to cut with a hands off. Yeah. And then we put on the the sub floor and the floor. There is bamboo. We worked with machetes the bamboo, really. Yeah. It was really planks. It was little pieces of bamboo, and we just cut off the knuckles with the machete. And then we do that. I mean, you just it's a long piece, and you take the machete, and you just hack adages. Widdling away. You do all the floor all day all day. Is your favorite job wasn't actually I really enjoyed it. There wasn't a thing that I that. I did that I didn't like a lot of every part of it. So the floors are made like that they use drywall they use mud. They use. Concrete or? It's almost like tile backer like that they use. No like a concrete board. Oh, okay. Yeah. So it's kinda like that that they use on the exterior wall. Yeah. I'm very familiar with that there's a place in our hometown since ni- that makes it. Yes. There is. For me with a plan. So that's the whole exter- that's exterior. No, the windows and doors are just openings shutters. Okay. So there's no glass windows on it's one room. It's a very small room. Yeah. And a metal roof and a metal roof. Yeah. So we always say the magic takes place in among get your time because I'm gonna pull your story into the next break to when you get the magic happens on the build site. That's kind of what we all. Like to say does what's the magic like in Cambodia? Pretty awesome. Yeah. So the family we they didn't speak English..

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"cambodia" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"cambodia" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"In the end we just we had, we had to make some some tough calls here, but the format for survivor, I boots we're going to, we're going to go based on survivor second chance survivor Cambodia. That's going to be the structure that we're using here, which allows us twenty returning players. Many of them, I boots first time only players a couple returning faces. You know, that has been something that we have seen throughout survivor. History is people come back on these all star seasons, and inevitably someone who was a star gets knocked off. I saw a bunch of those people are playing here as well. One four timer in cast guide or not that this will be there for, yes, yes. This time the one important extra. Now, the of this I believe this is our first simulation season without an iota of Monica Culpepper. Unfortunately, we cannot streak a lot. I couldn't keep it alive. Okay. No, we will be playing the survivor Cambodia format and let's meet our cast Ajaj. Okay. And so what you'll be seeing now, if you're watching along on the video is you guys are seeing, well, we're seeing. We have not looked ahead. We know nothing of what's to come here. It will probably a bunch of nonsense, but we do not know the details or the results of what is to come in. So Josh take us through the by on tribe here. Now, is there any significance to will who is on what tribe or was it in true survivor Cambodia style that it was just these are evenly matched teams. It was an attempt at something resembling evenly matched like I didn't want one tribe to be too top heavy in terms of return in carriers wanted to divide the returning players as best as possible. In the case of the on Takeo tribes there. Just so happened to be people from the original true interrelations of those tribes who have been voted out from survivor. I so Sierra, she voted out her mom Easton will be playing again. She will stay on the bio on as she started her her season on survivor. Second chance Cambodia. Stephen fish back is obviously not eligible for this season a by on alumni. Feel like it's only nine. Yes, just way that's for two years from now. So we had to have another Steve on the by on tribe and that would be one, Steve chicken, damn Morris is. Very excited about that. Mike, you want to introduce any of these other fine people that we've got here on by on. Yeah, we've got the first boot from the memorable disastrous brains, try David Samson. He's got a lot more time on his hands since survivor on. So let's say he put that to us with his survivor training. Of course, we cannot do survivor. I without Francesca Hogi. She had to be here. Gotta have really interesting. I think really interesting storyline here. So we have Nadia Anderson and not comes in with this bit of like almost family legacy to her. Allah, Brandon hands like situation where her sister one this season that she was on in another world..

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"cambodia" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"cambodia" Discussed on WSB-AM

"I think is, going to be more fun and totally totally totally different, from anything I've ever done before we're going to, Cambodia and Vietnam And I had some hesitation I mean quite frankly has hesitation about deciding whether I wanted to go or not but I've been thinking about this for at. Least two or three years thinking about all the years of, watching the news nineteen sixties when we had, the the big conflicts in Vietnam thinking it is so green over there wire these people fighting with us why. Are we fight with each other Certainly was aware of what was going on politically during that time and then over, the next, twenty thirty. Years the novice changed from our national enemy to valued trading partner how. Did they do that why are we doing, this with. What is there about their culture that makes it sort. Of interesting, in fascinating, to see and so I decided finally my travel company that. I worked with said we can rent a big riverboat when these river. Riverboats it goes down to make Hong river visit temples jungles gardens we can visit all the cultural things of that part of southeast Asia and if you can get people to go. We'll go so announced I to my Alumni. People who've been on trips within a before and we had eighteen people sign up boom just like that we can take about thirty I think thirty one or two, and so, then announced. In the newsletter this past Thursday another four people have joined just in. The last two or three days so if, you would. Like to go with me The Vietnam to Cambodia. This'll be in the spring of two thousand nineteen go on my website tight the word Cambodia that's all you have to do word Cambodia the details there or child, company, earthbound expeditions dot. Com you.

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"cambodia" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"cambodia" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Rebels in cambodia to kick the french out which means that he's going to get overthrown in probably ripped apart by a mob if he doesn't figure out some cunning way to get his country free of france without letting the rebels win so that is dilly of pickle that is a dilly of that is a how would you solve that problem well slaves i'm just kidding i always dropping back to sleep well at nationalism is a is a pretty easy trick at that stage for something like where you know you've got you have the former loyalty of those are worshiping you and you've got the up and coming gleaming cities that are looking to build and grow you know close the ranks and make it about being cambodia not french or vietnamese you know what you would have made pretty good dictator he would have made a great king of cambodia eighteen fifties you would a nail being king of cambodia in the nineteen fifties pretty delicate dance that's some tough marketing date the right people this is a delicate dance so spoiler king norodom sihanouk as i think people the boiler alert history it's just like hey you didn't read this earlier for thing that millions of people know he's definitely a bastard like he belongs on the show but he's kinda it's one of those like he is a dancer this whole story is him dancing around and there's there's an aspect of it where your era of like up until like well right now up until the fifties he's like from the one thousand nine hundred to one thousand nine fifty there are a whole bunch of royal courts yeah just like whipping in just dead like oh god it's like a stupid gifted kids on a like a playground little wurley gig where everybody stood spin into hard and everybody's trying to hold audio what happened in one fly off kid goes last but you know he's going to go you know he's going to go but this fat kids going to hang on they hang on tight and some are still clinging but it's it's just a period no time in monarchical history is boring they're weird monarchy's are very weird but that period in history seems to be so volatile where they just couldn't keep up with the pace of social change everywhere either backwards or forwards and i'm sure he's dancing along with the rest he's dancing so you remember when he comes to power one of the first things he does is he lets them in vote and he establishes a parliament that has some power so he's basically sharing power with the parliament and he has a lot of power like he's not like the king of england is now where there's no or i guess they have addict you know he's he's not he's not just a figurehead but there's a parliament they have power and they're right now dominated by the democratic party which was kind of like the democratic party here kind of a general liberal party who included just sort of milan's of leftwing and centrist people and their big thing is they want to be an actual democracy so they're they're kind of ideologically more or less in line with the iraq but they don't want to do it violently they wanna they wanna peacefully sort of proceed to being colonized and whatnot so the answer acts meanwhile they're a little bit further do a left some of them are outright communists their most popular leader is a guy named son knocked than whose goal was to get the democrats to back him in pushing the french authorities out of cambodia so he's trying to get his rebel movement to ally with the people in power and sort of force a coup against the government and he's one of the guys attacking the king for being a puppet of the prince so this all comes to a head in june of nineteen fiftytwo when the.

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"cambodia" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"cambodia" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"The outside like why did my people the scots get on a boat to go there i come from plunder i always wanted to cambodia i'm not aware i mean i in i'll take a step in the broader sense of why people leave the tiny rock that they were on to go get something better from outside pepper or a spice or a mineral why were people coming from places in the west to cambodia what were they plundering what were they taking i mean so i it's one of those things cambodia's positions yeah exactly so cambodians history is heavily based on sort of conflicts between vietnam like vietnam is their traditional enemy because vietnam the big regional power and so there's been a lot of like more or less constant sort of power struggles between china and vietnam cambodia kinda winds up in the middle and of course during world war two they wound up in the middle between everybody in the japanese but like they're never nobody more position on the map than resources with exactly because it's they're not like they're not like a major industrial power obviously there's not like giant gold mines or anything like it's it's a country of small farmers who just wanna make enough food to keep their families alive i just know that by the forties a bunch of condoms were kind of closing up to do that most of their people would have been suspended subsistence farmers so it made sense for the economy to stave more closed than to invite and traits since i would always be such an imbalance then yeah and it's there's an interesting period of history when countries were more isolated and fascinating things happened in their history within that bubble because cambodians weren't out buying risk records they were you know everything that happened is internally their history is inside the bubble along with their economy let's just kinda interesting to pick out and figure out what people were busy doing and it's things like growing less crops because you didn't need to grow need it which is fucking great but one of the things they also have going on is inc or what is in cambodia which is this crazy gigantic beautiful light complex of of massive buildings that was built during the kamerhe empire which had fallen hundreds of years before this point but so that's the king sihanouk's looking at that and saying like our people used to be great and build great gigantic things and i have to figure out some way to make us into a significantly our answer is always slaves slaves are always the answer to why people made big stuff well it's always the terrible answer you just spoiled a lot of the story spoiler king wants to build something big there's no gap there that is a straight line so we're going to get back to what exactly this not yet evil but definitely evil king is going to do later so we're going to continue talking about this evil or not yet able king in a minute but right now we have to advertise some products because capitalist gods yeah yeah none of us are cambodian people we will all work much harder in order to purchase things which we can fill our homes with so grab grab a box of money in a bag of money in a suitcase of money and sometimes and some dumb dumbs by some dumb dumbs this show's official sponsor is not dumb dumbs but we're advertising them anyway and now some other.

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"cambodia" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"cambodia" Discussed on WCHS

"Wasn't zim's deputies per se was the leaders of the of the south vietnamese armed forces who for various reasons decided to overthrow him and they but they would not have proceeded if they did not have the support of the united states because south vietnam dependent on aid from the united states and so they needed a green light from the kennedy administration before they would launch this military coup against him all right and second question about the the socalled secret bombing of cambodia exactly the extent to which the the fate of cambodia was sealed regardless of what the united states did there i think that's an exaggeration i don't really think that bombing did much to destabilize prince sihanouk or later the lon nol government which took over from cnn you know that bombing was kind of in the hinterlands and the rural areas of cambodia that were dominated by the north vietnamese forces anyway and what really what what overthrew the government in cambodia was the communist victory nineteen seventy five the invasion of southeast tom which also resulted in in in the triumph of communist forces in laos and cambodia and of course in cambodia was the camera rouge and who then you know created the killing fields and and we should note also that cambodia and ostensibly neutral country was turning itself into a parking lot for a north vietnamese forces and if they were really neutral they would have protested at least and and ask the united states to force those people out they were dutreuil in the least refined sense of that term oh and the question that was posed by dr yeah the question was try to work out a back door peace deal that would have preserved his administration but as a neutral nation i don't think so i mean there were rumors of peace talks between ziamon in hokey men and in nineteen sixty three but i very much doubt that nothing has ever been solidly salaries and i very much doubt it would've gone very far because osayemi not men were mortal enemies and it's hard to imagine how they could have possibly co existed they couldn't have possibly co existed at certainly if the whole concord than ziam was gone anyway back with more in just a.

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"cambodia" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"cambodia" Discussed on WLOB

"Am step he's per se was the leaders of the of the south vietnamese armed forces who for various reasons decided to overthrow him and they but they would not have proceeded if they did not have the support of the united states because south vietnam dependent on aid from the united states and so they needed a green light from the kennedy administration before they would launch this military coup against him all right and his second question oh about the the socalled secret bombing of cambodia exactly the extent to which the the fate of cambodia was sealed regardless of what the united states did there i think that's an exaggeration i don't really think that bombing did much to destabilize prince santa occurred later the lon nol government which car from cnn you know that bombing was kind of in the hinterlands in the rural areas of cambodia that were dominated by the north vietnamese forces anyway and what really what what overthrew the government of cambodia was the communist victory nineteen seventy five the invasion of south vietnam which also resulted in in in the triumph of communist forces in laos and cambodia and of course in cambodia was the camera rouge and who then you know created the killing fields and and we should also that cambodia and ostensibly neutral country was turning itself into a parking lot for a north vietnamese forces and if they were really neutral they would have protested at least and and ask the united states to force those people out they were neutral in the least refined sense of that term.

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"cambodia" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"cambodia" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"Like tack on korea men mar in phnom penh like what cities you want the old attacked one of the front of the end to but i always gives won't pay much but you could be out there for i don't care if it on pay much all i need is even when i do the road i go mom thing is as long as the hotel in a traveller paid i'll figure at the fuck out here who does gigs pay the the southeast asian comments or asian comics to come out to like build fly you from hong kong to cambodia for sixty dollars we are not going to be a thousand finally for america as soon as yet all yellowed they'll pay you two hundred bucks at today's hotel room and the flight from one one country to another year so as long as like shanghai gets you over there there they did there they're the age of the guy does that anymore the the hawaii guy ever did the hawaii show sean price onto your last name is price or appear t a supercool did he just move back here but he does on why show many books are rock venue any fucking sells it out early and it is fun and he'll have you over there you only do one show and i'll have you over there for four days really yeah where honolulu probably yeah yeah yeah and it was fucking fun andrew collier rooms rented a car and we were just light everywhere on the island did you run a scooter and not in china now i want it to and i wanted to blood there so much fucking traffic and when i learned that get hit by a car they're gonna make sure you're dead.

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"cambodia" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"cambodia" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Thousands of teens thousand eighteen at its pull the rest of the of the funds this comes on a day which it w in which he gave kind of a carrot to the thai government segment if it remains on its roadmap to democratic elections the two thousand eighteen that it would uh it would in facts um open up free trade agreement talks with thailand but in terms of cambodia this is a result of the dissolution of the um kabbadi national rescue party last month will let how effective would you say that the diplomacy from the european union in either cambodia old thailand ease as it currently sits i think in both cases they you lacks a substantial amount of leverage i neither case this for in cambodia's case this is the second of government or of foreign entity to pull its support for the elections the united states did so last week uh i this snide million pounds is not a huge amount of money there's very little uh leverage on the ground in terms of cambodia certainly tech styles if if the eu were thinking about sanctions textiles might be a place that they would look at uh but i think for both thailand and cambodia given given that they're sending the similar message that countries and regions have to pursue democratic elections they really don't have a lot to to back this up will one of the one of the reasons that this has happened uh it was stated in the letter from the eu it's it under these circumstances the european union does not believe there is a possibility of a credible electoral process to do we know very much about what some of those specifics might have been that led to that decision i think certainly the dissolution of the opposite the main opposition party is the biggest factor this is uh the one way that uh the the international community can really put pressure on on uh hun sen at the moment and that is to remove any type of legitimacy the mike of the election next year hudson's calculation is that if he uh dissolves the party and really tries it dismissed.

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"cambodia" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"cambodia" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"All about the brought a story in cambodia how a little college teacher named pol pot went to paris study marxism and he became infatuated with marxism and he thought it was a great system that was very fair and he wanted to bring fairness to cambodia because he didn't think it was fair there was inequality in cambodia he thought after you come back from paris pol pot did and he introduced marxism thinking it would bring fairness but soon at didn't bring fairness so we unleash the kamei ruse on the middle class who with the command roche who are they thirteen year old thugs he gave them red scarves the kamei rouge red scarves the red scarves the come i roche who were the red scarves in america today you don't know who the red scarves are the camaros today used by the left you don't know who they are today the groups that call themselves certain lives matter they are not the red scarves of today oh no you don't remember what happened in ferguson the lie put out by wolf blitzer put out by jake tapper put out by mad cow all of those people made up a story that was not true in the city's burned they are the pol pot's of our time they are not the muscle in the street the muscle in the street by the kamerhe rouge of today where does it end it ends with a mounted of human skulls just remember what happened with pol pot in cambodia because not only can it happen here it is happening here everything starts with words and that it ends in these i will remind you that the holocaust did not start in germany the holocaust started in an intellectual publication in paris fifty years before it was a french antisummit who wrote about the jews that led to the death camps just remember everything starts with ideas and although jake tapper and wolf blitzer and rational mad cow may look like just benign neighbors remember that their words are poison their poison in the minds of millions of laying the groundwork for a mountain of skulls and it can happen here and that's why message for.

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"cambodia" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"cambodia" Discussed on WDRC

"The club i think this bush's save america if i can bring enough people back to understand the difference between left and right between god and satan between survival and digging their own graves that i'm that i've done my job i'm giving you some examples of how the left in america's laying the groundwork to destroy not only the country but people themselves the american people and i can tell you all about the poll that story in cambodia a little college teacher named pol pot went to paris the study marxism and he became infatuated with marxism and he thought it was a great system that was very fair and he wanted to bring fans to cambodia because he didn't think it was fair there was inequality in cambodia he thought after you comeback from paris pol pot and he introduced marxism thinking it would bring fairness but soon at didn't bring fairness so we unleashed the kamei rouge on the middle class with the kamei roche who are they thirteen year old daughter she gave them red scarves the kamerhe rouge red scarves the red scarves the eros who were the red scarves in america today you don't know the red scarves are the commuter routes today used by the left you don't know who they are today the groups that call themselves sir certain lives matter they are not the red scarves oh no you don't remember what happened in ferguson the lie put out by wolf blitzer put out by jake tapper put up by mad cow all of those people may story that was not true in the city's burned they are the pol pot's of our time they are not muscle in the street the muscle in the street are the kamerhe rouge of today we had this at ended ends with a mountain of human skulls just remember what happened with pol pot in cambodia because not only it happen here it is happening here everything's thoughts with words and then it ends indeed i will remind you that the holocaust did not start in germany the holocaust started in an intellectual publication in paris fifty years before it was a french antisummit who wrote about the jews that led to the death camps just remember every thanks thoughts with ideas and although jake tapper and wolf blitzer and rational mad cow may look like just benign neighbors remember that their words are poison their poisoned in the minds.

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"cambodia" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"cambodia" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"And as the new pretty door members standing committee member sorry and are close allies to see than a you'd see that centralisation is actually going on okay let's move on to cambodia near the headline is saying that cambodia heads towards a one poppy a oneparty state and a democratic crisis yes swelled them i think the arctic a today comes on the back of an change into party low today that was voted by the parliament which says that the parliament can we distribute seats if the party's disolved indices pd ed timely because indeed a body may be solved in but that by the east m the biggest opposition party income but yeah the cmip has been sued by the state on october six it has been a often against it at which might than will lay key to lead to its being dissolved at why so because m its leader has been accused of dissension has been accused of actually am bring down unity in the country an end does all forbidden may opening in the background need lurks something bigger which is that when send who is the prime minister has been in power for thirty two years he really doesn't intend to give it back it and it's a difficult situation that because when you have a country such as can cambodia its very existence in its current state is dependent on the comprehensive political set settlement post this is a country which in theory will do should do everything it can to promote and preserve democracy and given at she did where it sits in the rest of the world in terms of the other countries as lie around it freedom of speech is comparatively good well eh it was up until a few years ago but actually m a few months i think it was less months at one of the main m englishlanguage newspapers will shut down as well so you know you've seen a clampdown their heads when i mean.

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"cambodia" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"cambodia" Discussed on WCPT 820

"This is a value judgment third critics in any way shape or form all of us focus on our family our friends our town our country that's were or any truth wife and we've always remember that over sixty thousand americans died in vietnam you klay many more died after from lingering diseases little wounds or suicide uh whether wife stands for good shorten could so what they wanted through the death toll of people from that region vietnam laos cambodia was at least twenty times since grade those are the and we also it allies new zealanders australian south koreans so we should try to keep in conflicts where the real human destruction occurred and we were able to leave but the people of the region head spe than the two orange dioxin that poison so many of our own people still in the environment over there and they were in their fourth generation of people who have diseases or genetic defects because so that's the only point i wanted to make a um but thumb in regards to the soda fix i i've been curious about the the uh tv and radio campaigns than though the mailing campaign i received a mailing yesterday and it's very high quality heavy stark.

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"cambodia" Discussed on DirtCast

DirtCast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"cambodia" Discussed on DirtCast

"So the movie is based on a memoir by a woman named long on who was basically conscripted to fight with the khmer rouge in cambodia cambodia has been a very special place for her she adopted her son maddox from cambodia after visiting she felt very connected to the country she it took over to become a un ambassador she has done a lot of landmine removal projects she's the citizens during as well as long as a dear friend of mine i met fifteen years ago reading her book taught me a lot about this country so in a way i'm doing this for her for her family for cambodia and very much saucer from addicts too so he learns about who he is and know swiss people so what are the things that was mentioned in this cover story which was is sort of a flat piece mostly lake el long as press release for this movie which is coming out in an attempt to distract from the divorce and also probably i mean i think she wants to achieve as one who are slowly us but was a description of the artisan process for the film which is quite bad yeah i mean so because it's like about a child angelina jolie ports at the cast a little girl and it in like you know the native language to cast it she like kind of pulled the same thing that like a danny boyle did with slumdweller air where he like very proudly went to orphanages unlike hands with a long yeah.

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