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"chiang" Discussed on Crime Junkie

Crime Junkie

02:12 min | 3 d ago

"chiang" Discussed on Crime Junkie

"Choices. Missing debit card to do a formal. Dna comparison and confirm what they're now like ninety nine percent. Sure of law enforcement collects some blood from roger chang while also comparing joyce's dental records with their jane doe now all this is pretty standard nothing out of the ordinary right but once the results from the autopsy comes back things. Start to get weird. According to an article in the leaf chronicle. Her cause of death is inconclusive with no marks on her skeleton to indicate a gunshot wound or stabbing or anything like that so since she was on the river. What about water in her lungs to tell them if she had drowned. Apparently they can't even tell that it's inconclusive. I know this common view that autopsies always hold the answers about how someone died. And i mean it's true that more often than not they do and more often than not law enforcement learns something from the autopsy. Even if it's not like a black and white you know this is how it was done and whatever there's still information like information information and yet here there's nothing i'm gonna be honest. I didn't even think this was possible. I thought dental records were assure thing i did too. But i mean there's a first time for everything i guess so it this play all police can do is wait for the dna test results to come back. Hopefully with that conclusive identification. Now that takes a couple of weeks but ultimately it is confirmed. Their jane doe is joyce chang but even now they still have almost nothing to go on by july of nineteen ninety nine six months after joyce i went missing. Investigators are grasping at straws. Like they look into some sketchy and honestly borderline racist theories about joyce's financial habits. They also look into the possibility that she was abducted by a sex trafficking. Ring and police also follow up on another theory. That's got a little more substance to it. So it turns out that one starbucks employees does come forward a little bit later and tell police back in january that you know what they did think they saw joyce in the shop..

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"chiang" Discussed on Crime Junkie

Crime Junkie

05:01 min | 3 d ago

"chiang" Discussed on Crime Junkie

"From america's most wanted we'll help investigation so they work with that tv team to get some coverage for the case once they get their lab results back a couple of weeks later it looks promising according to another report from nbc news for the fbi manages to pull some clues that they believe could lead them to dna samples. Fbi's playing coy and trying really hard not to show their hand to the media but the reporters in this news piece basically tell the fbi like we already know what it is like. Don't bother dancing around it. Because their sources had told them that they got hairs off of joyce's stuff so law enforcement collects some samples of joyce's hair for comparison against what they've pulled from joyce's belongings analysis shows that the hairs found on her stuff belonged to two different people. One white person and one black person now since joys taiwanese-american those hairs can't belong to her around the one month mark of joyce's disappearance. The fbi makes a statement where they tell everyone. They don't believe that she left. The area of her own free will that she was taken by a stranger or even by someone she knew so between that statement and you know finding these hairs on her things than they know something went really wrong here right and they know that they need to find joyce and they need to find her now but they don't have any leads on suspects right. No no the. Fbi says they're not ruling out any potential suspects including joyce's roommate and little brother. Roger chang so we see and missing persons cases how sometimes a member of the victim's family can really become like a main spokesperson for the chiang family. That's totally been roger. Since day one. He's been constantly giving interviews to any outlet that will listen talking to law enforcement hanging up fliers holding vigils. Doing all of the things concerned family member would do. But will rogers public image is that of terrified brother who just wants his sister to come home in private. The fbi has some doubts about him mostly because he is the one who waited till tuesday to report joyce missing even though he knew better than anyone how unusual it was for her to just ghost. Everyone like she did according to ellen gamers reporting for the baltimore sun around this time. The fbi collects carpet samples from the siblings apartment and asks roger if he'd be willing to take a polygraph which he does. And and the results come back inconclusive. When asked about it. Roger hawks the results up to anxiety or law enforcement trying to mess with him. Which i don't know. I both could be possible. Everyone knows how we feel about polygraphs. Right right as this baltimore. Sun piece goes on to say though even though definitely raising a few eyebrows he is never actively pursued as a suspect and then at the start of spring. A grisly discovery changes everything at around six thirty. Pm on the evening of march thirty first nineteen ninety nine. A woman named leslie brown is having a peaceful night at her home in fairfax county virginia. When suddenly she hears this commotion coming from outside she can't quite make out the words but the tone is more than enough to hammer home. That something is very very wrong. Leslie rush outside and she finds a canoeist there on the potomac river gesturing wildly and yelling that they've found a body washed up on shore and they're begging for someone to call for help. Leslie runs back inside and dials nine. One one immediately. According to a piece in the los angeles times when the police arrive at the scene they find a woman's body length face down on a rocky part of the shoreline still wearing blue jeans and a black turtleneck..

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"chiang" Discussed on Crime Junkie

Crime Junkie

03:20 min | 3 d ago

"chiang" Discussed on Crime Junkie

"It doesn't really tell them much. Yeah it's funny. I actually thought about that. Specifically obviously starbucks is like known for their coffee. Go i wonder if do they have a t. on their register. But to your point. I'm sure they had more than one t- like on their receipts. I don't know it will on top of that like it's also evenings so maybe you want something like more chill like tea instead of coffee or something where my mind goes right and i mean the one thing i will say is like eight thirty a short timeframe but even if they found proof that okay someone bought a t. Right around the time she got dropped off. That doesn't mean that it was her that bought the t right like actually doesn't get them anywhere and she could have gone in expecting to get t and something else like. We have no idea what she even ordered. So as the police and fbi keep combing through joyce's movements that night they discover that she left her pager at home and interestingly joyce got one page which police are able to actually track back to a payphone outta hotel near the dulles international airport but they're unable to narrow it down any more than that so the pager proves to be a dead end at some point over the next couple of days the fbi. Questions one of joyce's ex-boyfriends. How reasons of ex i literally have no details about this person. All we know comes from the w. Usa eyewitness news reports saying he was questioned. He whoever he is but that he wasn't detained or anything like the end so just like ticking. A box right now. Because they're getting nowhere. The fbi puts up a twenty thousand dollar reward for information leading to her whereabouts. They also get their first lee when they learned that joyce's wallet with her ins. Id an expired. Credit card inside turned up just a day after she vanished. According to nbc news for a female jogger found joyce's wallet on january tenth in anacostia park the jogger turned the wallet over to the park. Police thinking like whoever dropped it would eventually realize like. Oh crap my stuff's missing and come looking for it. But neither she nor the park police had any reason to suspect that this wallet belonged to a missing person. So the officers didn't take any of the joggers information or ask any follow up questions at the time is park on joyce's way home like does it make sense for her to have dropped at their. No that's the thing it's not an even if it was joyce going there that night just doesn't make any sense like joyce remember. She had a cold. She wasn't feeling super great. To begin with it was already dark outside so going into a park especially this park. It's like huge. It would not be safe for a woman on their own and not to mention. This park is at least a twenty minute. Drive away from dupont circle where we know. She was dropped off right near. It's not even within walking distance. There is no reason for joyce to have gone anywhere near there that night. So at this point police are brimming with questions but the contents of joyce's wallet only add more to the mix. This.

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"chiang" Discussed on Crime Junkie

Crime Junkie

04:19 min | 3 d ago

"chiang" Discussed on Crime Junkie

"Night. Joyce is out with one of her friends from work and she told roger they're going to have dinner. They're going to go see a movie and as the night wears on enjoys doesn't come home. Roger doesn't think too much of it. He knows that she's been battling a cold since new year's so in his mind. It's totally possible that she decided to just like crash over at her friend's house instead of tracking all the way home and that cold crappy weather that night and honestly besides she's twenty eight years old. She doesn't need her baby. Brothers permission to switch up her plans if that's what she decided to do. Joyce isn't backed by the next morning. But it's not until monday that roger really starts to worry because that's when he learns that joyce was a no call no show to work that day according to an article in the capital newspaper joyce's a staff attorney at the ins and no one knows better than roger. How hard she's worked to get where she is. He knows there is no way. She jeopardize her career by ghosting on her workplace. Like this. she's not answering her calls. She's not answering her emails. And there's nothing around their apartment to suggest that she's even been there at all since saturday. Nothing's been moved. None of the food in the fridge has been eaten. Everything is.

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"chiang" Discussed on Behind The Screen

Behind The Screen

06:46 min | 2 months ago

"chiang" Discussed on Behind The Screen

"One thing that i think we have to bring them of course is the is the terrible pandemic. we've all been through and we'll continue to go through and i think that We were very fortunate that we kind of we wrapped a principal photography about a week before the shelter in place orders kind of came out but we but for visual effects standpoint we had fourteen vendors worldwide and almost every single one of them all started moving to to working from home in a very short space of time. And i think it's it it goes without saying that we're incredibly grateful for all the work they were able to. Do you join this difficult time because we we continue to meet our deadlines in the show came out on time but also on top of that we In particular some challenges the island with faced in an episode seven We were We were intending to go to to look on location to hawaii to photograph background plates establishing plates in texture reference fall the episode where we visited the jungle planet Particularly for the sequence with the juggernaut that was over two hundred fifty visual effects shots and very quickly we had to we had to do an about-turn and to an entire sequence into a fully synthetic jungle environment and i think that was one of the biggest challenges. We had in post production. Because something we weren't able to plant fall. But i think through the you know the wonderful work that the island did led by enrico damn And obviously the library of jungle reference to the island. Has they really turned what was going to be something that we were going to photograph into something g that you really can't tell us as as far as i'm concerned i'm really proud of the work that the teams did try to try to turn that around and really kind of achieve division the dog and andrew can. I came up with the initial designs and to give everyone a sense of this. Could you give us an estimate of how many quote visual effects shots were in the season we were. We were just shy of full thousand visual effects. Shots and i might add. I mean one of the terrific Experiences of working with john farrell. On this whole thing is that we're really trying to blur sort of all department heads and that's partly driven by the schedule. These we have such a short production schedule in terms of the production design. If at all and this is where it's great. You know working with richard esteem really trying to bring all that work upfront front not work that with typically the post production work. We're bringing up front because we need that content for the volume and it really demands that everybody's stay focused in terms of how we collaborate. And what's really wonderful. Is that you know between. Richard myself and andrew. We work rake laboratory and so once we get a design approved once we taking their virtual space we to implement engage the team to create final assets. And the only way we can do that is really you know allowing us to do. Virtual scouts rarely on. So the minute john approves a set we usually have a rake eliminate. Cg model that we can literally start to start the are the scales right and we get answers. You know days into the process versus months. And it's a one way of really short. Cutting you know the whole design challenge process in there because we can just be moved more effectively and we usually during those virtual scouts. We bring in all the department heads so everybody can kinda come in and have a voice. You know like the dp to come in and say you know. I know the way andrew and i had designed a set for instance maybe one of the window. Volumes is in the way of a shot. Can we actually move it now versus discovering that after the fact or even things like scale you know. How far should the space speed. Because we're always trying to be very conscious of our production schedule where we're trying to get the maximum impact for the least amount of builds in. Sometimes we can still capture the original intent of design but minimizing the build without compromising the look. And it's something that you know andrew and i work very closely with john and the other filmmakers through really go in and buy suck you know what is the most effective way of doing all this. Yeah i'd like to add stock. Just real quick It's interesting because i've been asking a number of occasions About the artwork at the end of the credits and and people of of assumed in compensations. That's the all work is done after the fact after the show is finished and we know what the show now looks like which is not the case at all. All the all work at the end of the credits. The chang overseas with his team and under under jones it's done in in pre production so You can see that that the show looks exactly how it was initially designed and i think that's testimony Took saying it's it's it's red that you're involved in a show on this size where you don't do several cost corrections As you get into post production but again because all of a lot of visual effects work is pulled at the pull up at the beginning but also because a lot of the artists that doug uses a perhaps working on him for many and maybe them that they will want models the such an interchange of those assets and those models in the way we work. That's all of those ideas really do exist in last right through the end of production but it's also really a testament to to john to day flown in the rest of the filmmakers in. That's we on changing our minds. Generally if there's something that changes because he's it's out of necessity with the story but but lodge the design libs right from the very beginning all the way through post britian which is rat and i think it allows us to kind of do the sort of volume of visual shots. We're talking about in such a show space of time. And that's what makes everything sort of very fluid in that sense because designs go back and forth you know all the way through shooting all the way through the post production in. It's you know it's a wonderful way because obviously has the story comes together as we get our first assembly of the cup. Sorry ideas may change. Sets may change a little bit and this gives us the freedom to actually massage. Those in john has always insisted that you know if the set that was approved you know months ago prior to shooting. Now he seen in editorial he wants to evolve a little bit That's why we stay involved throughout the whole process doing pain over redesigns as necessary. And it's a really great back and forth so really. There is no production or pre production. It's all one big process. Now thank you so much for joining us. And congratulations on the season. Thank you thank you thanks..

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"chiang" Discussed on Behind The Screen

Behind The Screen

07:08 min | 2 months ago

"chiang" Discussed on Behind The Screen

"So welcome. Congratulations on the season. And your emmy nominations. Thank you thank you. Thanks very much. So the making of the series relied heavily on virtual production techniques which is still a relatively new concept for many people. so for the uninitiated richard. Would you begin by describing the process. And why filmmakers are turning to these tools. What's interesting. I think a lot of the tools that we use started out life long time ago. You can trace a lot of what we do by. Obviously shows like avatar in jungle book. That john actually worked on and an lying. So i think what's different about. Our show is the amount of the tools that we pull together but also the fact that it all ends up largely on a on our wraparound. led screens. I think the important part of why we use it is. I think that jon likes to Get everybody most virtual reality to experience while the sets the environments are going to be before we have photographs them and to understand if from a design perspective that lodging if the small enough and if the they invoked the right sort of response from the actors and obviously from the from the creators themselves and to give everyone in idea. So when you're shooting on this stage the actors are performing in front of this led screen. How large is it. Roughly so the volume that we've got is ninety feet long seventy five feet wide and roughly egg-shaped and then it's twenty three feet tall. There's a led ceiling paddle the covering the entire ceiling. And we have a couple of doors that come in to to to That allow us to get sets in and out and complete that complete. The three sixty environment the immersion. So in the in the episode. The jet i The man laurean and grow visit the forest planet of corvus so before we talk about how it supplied in virtual production. Let's talk about the design of the planet itself. I mean i'm sure. The research started with the material itself. But would you talk about Any research that you did and how you conceive a look that started very early on with day because he was very keen on sort of creating a very desolate landscape in all specifically stories are so we always start with sort of the story and character intent from there. I mean you know. Unfortunately we had you know. Fires in the northern california in some of them were very close. Today's home in so that kind of drew the inspiration in terms of this desolate landscape is. He really wanted to create an environment that has been devastated by remain character. That's here so we referenced. A lot of that obviously a ladder research into what devastated landscape can look like and we also lean into quite a bit of course ours films as well as You know in this one the tone of it for dave he was trying to match some of that To sort of draw from the original inspiration that inspired george lucas and so we really heavily research into that and then we kind of adapted it to make it our own. And so for instance. The castle itself You could see is very reminiscent of japanese feudal castles and we did that specifically to invoke those feelings and in the landscape Luli was you know taking off of photography that we did of The burnt forests around northern california in those really a matter of them merging the two aesthetics to create this very exotic environment helps support the character. We did actually go out to the burnt fields. The burnt forest around los angeles to get samples and bring them back and scan them and and ended up using some of that terrible terrible situation but it inspired The design quite heavily as as did the sort of hazy atmosphere. And then would you tell us how you actually created this environment that would then projected onto the the led wall so The the we're using a game engines to to build virtual environments which are used for design development based on doug's concept art that the team to opt in san francisco and We have a team in in los angeles who are creating these virtual environments using Scans of real world objects like trees and rocks and ground conditions and lit by our dp as yvonne and Then we go in and and Scout scout these with a camera and see if they're working as virtual environments Once once you've got the whole environment created the the sky sky psych the forest environment for example the ground condition. And you stage a scene in it you kind of know what you're going to need to build Inside the volume as a physical set and you get more or less. It's like a cookie cutter you stamp out of the virtual environment. The part that's going to be a physical build and then that goes to this traditional crafts. Who are going to bake. Make that physically based on renders from the game engine. Richard you want to jump in here and talk about the work of vilem. Yes so. I think when the workers been approved this been developed by doug an under jones's prudish zion team the department and ultimately gets turned over to. Am that then. Continue to advance those environments. In this particular instance we took it from unreal into island stagecraft at tool set Built out the environments even further They also kind of gathered. Scans three scans in photography from various different landscapes to help Develop the environment. I think what's also important to remember. Is that when we scouts in these environments in in virtual reality you basically with a headset on. It's it's two k. And it's sixty dollars per second for performance reasons but of course when when we hit the wall he's going to be at least twenty four frank. The second largely fifty k. image all the way around depending on what you point a camera so an awful. A lot of work is done in order to make sure that the that the scale stands up on the screen even though It's not always obvious Looking at the before nafta what's being done basically delegating superstars two on the screen so it basically stands up at any resolution with any lens we have in our in our kits and of course making sure the that when the the The physical sets come together with the led. Won't background that. We have just as much control in the in the siege environment that we would have onset so if if bows and special effects to increase the the atmosphere in the smoke in the physical sets. We wanna be able to dial the smoke in and out on the actual three d content on the wall to make sure that there's a nice blend so all of that Controllability needs to be built in and beyond sliders on an ipod so on the day it's as quick and as efficient as possible so a prediction can move as efficiently as they need to While shooting any spices and you used a new version of stagecraft in this season. Would you describe the advances in what you were able to do in season. Two that maybe.

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Che Guevara as an Icon

teikirisi

02:00 min | 5 months ago

Che Guevara as an Icon

"What is one of the most popular images symbolizing revolutionary and radical politics. That you can even think of for me. It's definitely that image of che guevara wearing a beret looking off into the distance. Are we going into this topic of il-chang give out so the year is two thousand nine and met my very first college party and i'm sherlyn you know relaxing all cool not playing some bebo and some guy walks in with t shirt and immediately. It caught my eye because number one. Cuban and number two. It's gigolo at number three. it's a white guy wearing a chicken. I don t shirt and it wasn't very different from any of the times that i saw ceva anywhere else but suddenly some white kid walking into a party wearing a t shirt had me feeling things that i had never felt before when it had seen shale at his image that grew up seeing china's image almost everywhere growing up in miami. You not really presented with people who are very different from your upbringing so growing up with a bunch of cubans. It never occurred to anybody to put j. o. On a t shirt and walk around with it carmen. And i were both raised. Cuban americans in miami where the perspective of tshuva i would say is generally that. This man was very violent figure in the revolution. It's the very first time. I think that i was confronted. With the fact that somebody else might have a different idea of what this image stands for. So get into the image. The image i'm talking about. I'm sure you've seen countless amount of times. It has been said that it is the most reproduced photograph of the twentieth century. And it is the image of chiang about looking off into the distance very serious. He's got long hair and he's wearing a beret with a single star in the middle. The image is called gabrielle at equal or heroic warrior. Yup well i have never translated that. And now as i'm saying it in english it's even

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Anguish in Myanmar After Weekend of 'Outrageous' Bloodshed

Fresh Air

00:54 sec | 6 months ago

Anguish in Myanmar After Weekend of 'Outrageous' Bloodshed

"People today after the bloodiest weekend since the February 1st coup Michael Sullivan reports from neighboring Thailand, The Assistance Association for Political Prisoners Says. Most of Monday's deaths occurred in the dugong neighborhood in Myanmar's biggest city, Yangon on state run television said security forces dispersed crowds of violent terrorist people. Claimed only one was injured. The AP P also said that the death toll from Saturday's bloodshed had risen to more than 140. Authorities in neighboring Thailand denied accusations from rights groups. That it had pushed back more than 2000 people who'd fled Myanmar over the weekend after the military conducted airstrikes against territory held by the ethnic minority Karen National Union. The airstrikes were apparent retaliation for a K a new attack on a military post that left several soldiers did for NPR News. I'm Michael Sullivan in Chiang Rai

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Thailand Prime Minister Offers To Take Myanmar Refugees

Morning Edition

01:04 min | 6 months ago

Thailand Prime Minister Offers To Take Myanmar Refugees

"Thailand's prime minister is offering to help refugees from me and mark who are escaping airstrikes by the Myanmar military. Several people were killed on Sunday after a brutal crackdown on Saturday left more than 100. People dead. Michael Sullivan has more from neighboring Thailand. There were fewer protests and fewer casualties on Sunday as the country mourned those lost the day before the dead included at least six Children. Security forces reportedly opened fire on one funeral on Sunday, witnesses said, but there were no reports of injuries. Military airstrikes against an ethnic minority controlled area near the Thai border on Saturday left at least three dead, according to local media. Thousands of Villagers fled the area to Thailand after the air strikes. In the north of the country. Fighting broke out on Sunday between the military and members of another armed minority group, the kitchen Independence Army. Protesters are urging the armed minority groups to join them in ridding Myanmar of military rule for NPR news are Michael Sullivan in Chiang Rai.

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The Friendliest Countries

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

09:46 min | 6 months ago

The Friendliest Countries

"Is a fun episode. I'm not really sure it'll be on your list and guys this is why specifically. I'm gonna ask you to give us your list on instagram at extra packing peanuts. Let us know the from these countries because this is a term that can mean a lot of things with a lot of people and it's very dependent on your specific experiences in those countries right. Because you know everyone's going to have different experiences that was. That's what's fun about traveling. Someone could go to a country. That's there's someone aspect or i didn't. I didn't see this that friendly. It's because you're obviously having your own unique experiences. I have an honorable mention. Okay and i want this be on the list. And but i'm just gonna put on mention and then move on and maybe talk about a little later but australia. It's on my list. It's pretty high at my awesome perfect and then we can get into australia than that. Yeah we'll get into that okay. Cool well then here. We go each have five. We're gonna countdown again. We always tell you we. When we do the list episodes. I don't know how she doesn't know my so. There might be some crossover. I don't know what's on harris or where it is. She doesn't mind so and you always lead it off ladies first number five. My number five is cambodia. And i have to say that. This is because of one person individually the nicest human. We have ever met dr as. I have said this multiple times on other podcasts. that is boondi and there are other people in cambodia who are really nice too but boondi was driver the very first time that we went to cambodia and you know we have since seen him again. When we've been we've connection on social media you know we're facebook friends. He is one of the loveliest people we've ever met in the world and so therefore cambodia has to be on my list. Yeah he's the i will say. This is the nicest person i've met ever traveling. And i debate putting cambodia on the only reason i didn't was because we haven't had that much experience with a lot of other people. They're the people we have have been super friendly so again. This comes down to like. What are you considering. You know this gut reaction again. It was harder for me to make this list i think. Then he'll is the nicest human we have ever met and the gentlest soul. We've ever met and an absolutely phenomenal individual. That many of you listening. If you've been to cambodia and been to see him reap have used him as a driver before based on us recommending him and he is. Everyone has come back and said. Oh my gosh everything you say about plenty is completely true and you probably even under sell like i. I can't believe how nicest guy so if you go to see him reap. We have a post on our website. One extra peanuts take the two minutes to find it. Get his number and e-mail boondi you will be. It's the best two to three minutes you could ever because he will make your experience. Incredible and I can't wait for the day. That we get to see him and his wife and his family again because they are absolutely lovely people My number five. And i'm going to stay in that same region carry on because i put thailand on and i also have talent on my list but yeah we'll talk about it now just different cultures different people but a lot of similarities. Because you're in the same region and you know it's called the land of smiles and we have spent more time in thailand than than most other countries that we've been to and we have more people there just because the way we've traveled through. And you know everyone is just. They're just happy to to be a lot like there's a there's a happiness that permeates that culture where you could have someone who in our is you know is poor and and has job. Maybe we wouldn't want to do or something like that. And he's sitting on a boat cutting up pineapple as we're on a on a little trip out to this island and he's just smiling so big because he's just on a boat cutting pineapple and it's delicious and we're having a good time because reverend good time. This guy's having a good time. So thailand just overarching. -ly deserves its name. The land of smiles. yeah. I definitely agree with that. It's higher on my list. It's number two and every time we've been to thailand which has been quite a few times as trump said. We spent a lot of time there. One full month just in chiang mai meeting type people. They're always so friendly and we went to tie wedding. not uninterested. area was our friends hometown and we didn't know that many people there because it was her family and her friends of her family was huge. Like two hundred plus people. Everybody was so friendly than we actually went out after the wedding with some of her closest friends and it was just such an experience. Yeah we we've met so many wonderful friendly people thailand okay. So thailand's you're number two. But what's your number four my number four co stabby guy So we have been in costa rica now for two and a half months which is one of the longest times we've ever spent in another country. Of course right. I think this is the longest continuous. We've ever been in another country other than when we lived in japan. Yeah i think so and that being said everyone here is really friendly. And we don't wanna leave. I mean the eighty five and sunny and paul has to do with it. But the i mean all that's great but the people as everyone who's traveled knows. Yeah the people make the travel experience what it is and from the day we got here even actually before we got here. I was looking for a babysitter hours in like this. Tamarind facebook group like so many people are sending me. Hey this person that person you know. I was like wow. Everyone seems really really helpful. And then we got here and not only are people helpful. But they're just overly nice and same thing like heff foster her watch in the ocean and we put a thing on that facebook group again and saying. Hey we lost his watch and all these people were tagging this other guy who like two weeks before said he founded apple. Watch wasn't the same one but you know just random strangers are like trying to help us get this. And that's just the strangers. That's not even the amazing people that we've really bond with probably a lot of ex- ex- goes yeah but all the all of the local costa rican people who are called tikos yep. They are so friendly from the guard. Who is at our condo. Who the hell on how who speaks very little english but is so kind and so lovely and is so engaged with our children like it's the point where like of course we're we're walking a lot more leaving we're walking and he says hello you know like pure vida and what's up my friend but then even in the car leaving and he wants to come over to the car and we put the windows down he talks to the kids. The kids pounds. He is just wonderful. And that's just one person mean our nannies. Here are costa rica and they are lovely and so wonderful and having vitus to a birthday party and bring the kids crafts in toys for them to play on just like welcome us into their lives and it's just yet people are great. It's really nice very welcoming community and yet to the point that wit sometimes wakes up in the morning and he goes. Where's on hell is on l. out at the You know out at the entrance. Where the fords. I don't know we'll run out there to go find on l. First thing in the morning. So yeah i i'm with you. Costa rica definitely a magical place. And i think that when it don't look at my most are looking for the audio heather is blatantly. My list is off. The table have looked at his list. And so i followed and wear his vision by number four. I mean i guess at this point rica on your list and you just tell my number four interest. My number four is one. That i'm not sure i was happy to have this on the list. Because i'm not sure. It's going to make your list or nine and this and australia are very similar to me. In the way that the people like to just enjoy life and that is ireland. Okay yeah i know what. That's a good thought. That's a really is not on my list kind of forgot we went. There wasn't the first gut reaction country to be on my list. But when i looked at a map usually you and i will look at a map just to just kind of spur some inspiration and i pulled up the map when i was going through and i was looking at europe like spain. People are pretty nice. Portugal was really cool. Italy annex saw ireland and mike ireland. Yeah like to me some of the experience. We have an ireland per personify friendliness. Like they just want to have a crack right crack meaning a good time so you know irish are known for wanting to just have a good time. There was plenty of nights. We'd be sitting in pubs. Music would start flowing. People were talking like again. There is really open. Friendly and enj- enjoying life

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Malaysian court temporarily halts deporting Myanmar nationals

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

01:01 min | 7 months ago

Malaysian court temporarily halts deporting Myanmar nationals

"Immigration officials in Malaysia have deported more than 1000 million mar nationals and move human rights groups say could put them at risk. Following the February 1st coup. The military carried out in the country, formally known as Burma, Michael Sullivan is following developments from neighboring Thailand. Malaysian court ordered a halt to the immediate deportation of the Myanmar nationals earlier in the day. Pending the outcome of a hearing on Wednesday to suspend the deportation altogether. Instead, hundreds were loaded up to three Myanmar navy ships to begin the journey to a home they fled. Human rights groups say members of Myanmar's Muslim minority Rohingya and many from Myanmar's other minority communities are included. Malaysian immigration officials denied this protests against the February 1st coup are continuing in Myanmar, despite warnings from the military protesters have embarked on a confrontational path. That could lead to a loss of life. If the demonstrations don't end for NPR news, I'm Michael Sullivan in Chiang Rai.

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"chiang" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

Very Bad Wizards

05:09 min | 8 months ago

"chiang" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

"We suggest that you do the same decide for yourself. Decide for yourself. And i think that that is if if chiang leaning anywhere it is who to. Don't don't change who you are just like it's better to be you and you make your own decisions that it is to be sort of completely blinded by the love of god. Yeah decide for yourselves. And i think that's what ethan who's not like the roic character in any way but that's sort of what he's telling people he's being a little bit like the fallen angel he's saying here's the deal you like actually look at everything that's happening in the world and don't just project your desire for meaning and your own individual purpose or your your motives of getting just decide for yourself and i think in that message is the implication that if you decide to be devoted to god. That's fine as long as you're not doing it. In a way that brainwash is you and removes your eyes right right right if you know and are comfortable with the fact that you will all sudden become sort of a robot for god or whatever like that you'll be completely consumed by your love for god if that's what you want then just know that. That's what you're you might be choosing to write. I love that point that you made about like the same questions are still here even with all your questions answered yeah cool. I'm glad you did. I like because it's true like we. You know it's like the nagel point. I was about to say it's like the nagel point like oh we're the universe is so big. How big would it have to be for you to feel like your questions were answered. So you know my thing about like justifying maybe after the fact post talk that it's okay to eat free range free range animals. If they've been given a life that they wouldn't have already had that's just like everybody here to the extent that they are going to be grateful for their existence..

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RCEP: What's the Deal?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:13 min | 11 months ago

RCEP: What's the Deal?

"Who has spent much time around. Soldiers will be aware that for the purposes of saving time and door baffling civilians. They communicate to a large extent in three letter acronyms. So an armored fighting vehicle is an a an improvised. Explosive device is an and a three letter. Acronym is itself a t. l. a. There are many more some formal some colloquial some veils for cheerful obscenity if journalists employed a similar vernacular one such t. La would certainly be bb. I to denote a story which is boring but important which brings us. And we think we've just about stuck the landing here to a four letter acronym asset and that seems to be the consensus on pronunciation which is going to catch up a few news. Readers or it could be are kept or chip or recap whichever way you say it. The letters stand for regional comprehensive economic partnership. Stop come back at cetera. Sip is a trade deal all seriously this will only take a few minutes also is a mighty big trade deal indeed arguably the biggest ever don. It includes japan. South korea new zealand and the ten members of asean from tiny brunei to immense indonesia at which the unwieldy asset name does make a certain amount of sense comprehensive regional asian partnership being an obvious non runner. This will seem hilarious in about ten seconds. You'll get that. There is a lot going on with all set as is to be expected from any agreement which fifteen countries many of whom don't get terrifically will have been nearly a decade negotiating but it will be significant given that the signatories of set between them account for nearly a third of global gdp. Some oftens have already estimated. That are sept. Could add two hundred billion dollars to the global economy this decade which given how much of this decade is likely to be spent catching up from this year is no small change. The economic headlines are approximately as follows. Many tariffs on imports. Among member states will be eliminated. Some immediately of his more gradually they will be new unified rules of origin which might encourage companies in asset nations to build more of their supply chains with each other and hopefully do lots of what all free trade agreements is supposed to increase production and opportunity reduced prices on bureaucracy and contribute to a climate of cooperation as opposed to competition which is where our sep looks almost as significant diplomatically. As it does economically it is the first time that china has signed up to a multilateral. Free trade deal. China's premier li ka chiang himself an economist by trade has indeed hailed it as a great victory for multi-lateralism and free trade. Fine talk it may be muttered for the second ranked member of the politburo standing committee of the central political bureau of the communist party of china. And it's at least worth wondering. Is this really where china sees the real value of asset because just as notable is who is in our set is who isn't specifically india and the united states india pulled of the talks last year for fear that eliminating tariffs would threaten indian manufacturers and producers however as the leaders have stressed that the door remains open the us flounced from a different asia pacific trade arrangement in two thousand seventeen. I'm going to issue our notification of intent to withdraw from the trans-pacific partnership a potential disaster for our country. The trans-pacific partnership was one of the first victims of a donald trump tantrum. So there is little doubt about which of assets members will be the dominant partner but it does appear to have been the middle powers of that drove the deal possibly recognizing that it would be preferable for all of them to have china japan and south korea coming to terms rather than blows an optimist a class of pundit who is having a testing kind of you might suggest that this also indicates that china recognizes that submitting to rules-based trade is the next step in its journey to modernity and that it cannot prosper in the long term purely by bullying and menacing a pessimist. Might that this is exactly what china proposes to use this new block for that asset is a means for to keep its friends close and its enemies closer and whether or not that quote is correctly attributable to sun. Suu or michael corleone. The point stands

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Duch, Prison Chief Who Slaughtered for the Khmer Rouge, Is Dead at 77

Forum

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Duch, Prison Chief Who Slaughtered for the Khmer Rouge, Is Dead at 77

"Rouge commander who ran in infamous prison for the regime has died in the Cambodian capital. Michael Sullivan has this story 77 year old King Yukio, Better known as Comrade Doi died early Wednesday morning and phenomenons Compare Soviet Friendship Hospital. He'd been sick for years. In 2010, a joint compare U. N tribunal found him guilty of mass murder, torture and crimes against humanity linked to US time is commandant of the notorious Tool slang Prison. Where an estimated 14,000 people died in a prison. Few left alive. The tribunal sentenced to life in prison. A former schoolteacher, was the first high ranking member of the Khmer Rouge to face trial. At least 1.7 million people were either executed or died from torture, starvation or overwork under Camaro Rouge rule from 1975 to 1979. For NPR News on Michael Sullivan in Chiang Rai. Thailand again on

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What 'Arrival' Gets Right — and Wrong — About Linguistics

Short Wave

07:27 min | 1 year ago

What 'Arrival' Gets Right — and Wrong — About Linguistics

"Jessica con was a teenager when she first learned that linguistics is a thing. She stumbled upon story of Your Life, a science fiction novella by Ted Chiang. It's all about linguist- trying to figure out how to communicate with well aliens I. Think it was actually probably the first time I heard about the field of linguistics. And then I started college the year I saw an introduction to linguistics curson signed up for it. These days Jessica's field linguist at McGill University in particular I work on. Syntax. Basically the way words combine to make sentences in a few years ago. She got an email to be a consultant on a movie, a movie that was coincidentally based on the exact novella she read as a teenager. I'm not trying to draw any connections that aren't there, but you read about linguistics for the first time in a book that became a movie that you became the the person they consulted with. It's amazing right? It's pretty wild I mean when I first got the email that asks me to work on this film I was really ready to push spam because it sounded very strange and then at some point I saw the story of your life and I wait a minute I haven't thought about that in years and then I responded That Film Twenty Sixteen Sifi hit a rival. So real quick. In case you haven't seen it. Here's the gist. This is Davy arrived. All of a sudden twelve spaceships land all over earth trouble saying. And we don't know why they're not doing anything after landing there. Still no signs of first contact or just the sitting there are at least and so governments around the world are panicking trying to figure out why are these alien spaceship sitting here and different teams are going into try to understand why they're here what they want. And we are following one of these spaceships that I think is somewhere in Wyoming and the. Amy Adams who is a linguist? Production. And her job is to decipher the alien language and figuring out what they want. So today in the show another installment of the Shortwave Science Movie Club what the movie arrival got wrong about linguistics what it got. and. Whether or not Field Linguists Jessica coon has actually communicated with aliens. Honestly it's a tossup. I mattie Safai you're listening to shortwave NPR's Daily Science podcast. So Jessica you were the linguist who consulted on the movie arrival. So give me a big picture sense of what that means like. What did they actually have you do? Yeah. So the first thing I did was I got to read drafts of the screenplay which was really fun because it's a very common thing to do and academia we read things and we give feedback on them but usually not this fund of a scale committee meeting ever exactly yeah. It was very funds so I got to read the screenplay and they especially wanted. Feedback on how linguistics and linguists were represented in the film. So there were lots of places where I gave feedback and they incorporated it into the film. There were other places where they would say, okay just, Kinda yes. Yes. Thanks for your help but really in the end linguists are not Hollywood's primary audience and we're not going to get everything right here and now linguists just get to join like all the other fields of people who get really annoyed when science misrepresented onscreen. So welcome to the club. Sorry, we're not GONNA change that. The movie makers also put Jessica through some exercises, basically giving her a whiteboard and asking her would you do if aliens showed up and those exercises actually informed one of the most famous scenes in the movie when the main character we spanks played by Amy Adams. Schools the guy in charge of the mission about the fundamentals of linguistics. He asks her for a list of vocab words. Essentially, the keywords she was planning on teaching the aliens, that day. Cavaliers responding. Lock. help you understand. So Amy. Adams walks over to the whiteboard and scribbles what is your purpose on earth? This is where you want to get to. The question. Okay. So first, we need to make sure that they understand what a questions. The nature of A. Request for information along with the response then. We need to clarify the difference between a specific you. And a collective you because we don't want to know why Joe Alien is here we want to know why they all landed. In purpose requires an understanding of intent we need to find out. Do they make conscious choices or is their motivation? So instinctive that they don't understand a why question at all and and biggest of all, we need to have enough vocabulary with them that we understand their answer. I love that scene Yes that is one of the great triumphs of of linguistics in the film. I mean this was. So this was one of the most interesting parts of the movie for me because I'm you know this idea of building a base for understanding of a new language is like really interesting and and like the first steps in trying to communicate, which is you know like your thing right? So but it's something that I think we. Just, don't think about into see it in kind of in practice was so fascinating and I'm glad to hear it was like pretty well done your eyes question Mark Yeah I. Think I. Think it was really well done. I. Mean I think one thing that is really neat about this movie and what makes it such? You know interesting and intellectual Sifi is. They're not just typical humanoid creatures. We don't already have some kind of magical universal translator in place, and so we have to figure out how how do they even communicate and will we be able to communicate with them given how advanced they are that they've made these spaceships have arrived on earth I, think it's safe to assume that they have some advanced form of. Communication and that that form of communication should have patterns in it that we could eventually decipher. But thinking about you know, is it audible or is it written or could creatures communicate with smells or we just have no idea what could be out there if it's audible is in a sound frequency that human

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Chinese restaurant apologises for weighing customers before ordering

The Steve Czaban Show

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Chinese restaurant apologises for weighing customers before ordering

"Restaurant in China has had to apologize. Because it made their potential customers get on a scale. Head. Of sitting down. And placing their orders. Wow This following a national campaign against food waste the A beef restaurant in the city of. Chiang Shah. Place to scales outside its doors and signs that read be thrifty and diligent promote empty plates. And another sign that said Operation Empty Plate, which seems to me to be counterproductive if you're GONNA be fat shaming biggles xactly. Exact on the way in the restaurant I have so many thoughts on this. They're okay they're they're doing this. All wrong. Okay. Unless the reason why they have these is because they want to. It's not worth. The fat people skinny people who order like a sandwich salad and eat had it away right In shaming visit fact I come in you're not worried about him finishing on his plate. No in fact you you would think they would charge by the kilo. So if you're extra fat, you'd pay more for your meal because they know what they're getting into. especially if it was an all, you can eat Chinese buffet.

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"chiang" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"chiang" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Listen you. So we can call you that we want. I want to Simon now except that. Simon is a little pretentious I own an art gallery I wear turtlenecks Simon does things that that Tony wouldn't do wait. You just said things that you do. I don't own an art gallery though. Would you you would? See me as an art critic gallery owner owner but I'm just saying like I could see down the road forty years now like you seem like you've got the you could be a guy just tecate it. Yeah I don't know what else I think you. Talking until came to you. Yeah I was just like your. Like I was giving the vibes I. Felt It. I. Felt it when we were doing the was holding a blind glass of wine last that's what I was doing there. Yes. I saw that I felt the to Yeah. You guys can call not call me Simon. And call me on only. Tony. Can we get to the bottom of this Roy. The Panthers are the worst team of the big four like the panthers. The heat and the Dolph, the heat, and the marlins are like legitimately good. That I don't know then. Look what we did. Last night basically like I'm GONNA end up playing first base at some point for this team, and we're still going to be over five hundred, the panthers technically a playoff team. Yeah and the dolphins. And the Brawley will be either the dolphins have tour. I don't care what anybody says I will fight anybody until they play a game I'm expecting the marlins will be good good quarterback. That's the dolphins. Well. Dolphins haven't played a game yet gone based off of results the dolphins currently the worst team itself. That's how but I'm I'm projecting I'm looking forward. I'm taking new information I'm projecting and I'm telling you the dolphins are going to be decent this year that it's a compliment to the city. The Panthers are now our worst team and they're a playoff team other than mine. Coming up next wait is the Best Sports City in America. It's really good right now, I'm telling you while turning around I don't even know what I'm saying this sarcastic but I actually believe that me to heat and the dolphins are good. I mean if you throw in University of Miami. Team ever every single year they're always getting new recruits. They're always doing a lot of cool things and they go seven six. I'm going on the next. We talked around ball and K town because he's from Kendall with Anthony Chang of the mine hero..

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"chiang" Discussed on The Everglow |  Empath's Guide To Happy Living

The Everglow | Empath's Guide To Happy Living

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"chiang" Discussed on The Everglow | Empath's Guide To Happy Living

"Because the reality is when we're stressing ourselves out all the time trying to do more trying to grow our business or get that next promotion were stressing ourselves out to the extent that we're really just killing ourselves. I mean people say oh well you got to look at these icons like Steve Jobs. Look what they did. He's dead and he died young and so in this trip to Chiang Kai amongst all the things I did visiting elephants sanctuaries renting a motorbike riding around the mountain huge mountain which can ride a bike around. I just more than anything. What I remember most is the epiphanies that I was having the clarity of thought I was having and I was so grateful that I had taken the risk of vanishing from back home. Going to Chiang Mai where I was just this random guy by myself with myself where I could think. Clearly because when you're in the hub of life pressure from business clients family whatever problems you may or may not have going on. It is quite difficult to think because you're always processing all of the things that are immediately around you but when you just ditch everything and leave. It's amazing how your mind changes now the mind. The brain is plastic as they say and that means your brain chemistry and the physiology your physiology of your brain actually changes depending on your circumstances if you're stressed out all the time your brain actually changes so that it is ready to be stressed out all the time and it wants to be stressed all the time. If you're happy all the time your brain similarly changes to be happy all the time when you're in a high pressure environment like L. A. or the profession. You're in your brain chemistry. Oh gradually change and not for the better you can start experiencing these micro doses of stress and we'll talk about that later. There's a great book I'm reading in. I'll do a whole podcast on that. It's down the road. But when you go on a trip and you you delete all of these distractions all these stressors. All these deadlines all these pressures. You realize that you can think clearly and reach conclusions that you couldn't otherwise reach back home. And so those two weeks in Chiang Mai I remember fondly because it was the first time I just really run away from pressure now. I've taken a lot of vacations before and I feel amazing but this is the first one. I think where I left where I really needed some soul searching and ask them. I have to ask myself. Why had I taken on these couple of idiots on my in my law practice to help me out and of course it was to grow my practice so I can make more money and whatever but I didn't really need that my practice was going fine. Why did I take on these more complicated cases? I remember when I was in law school. I told myself I'm a non adversarial guy. The last thing I want to do in law is fighting with strangers over money. I didn't WanNa do that stuff. And there I found myself in two thousand fifteen doing exactly what I said. I wasn't going to do and what was happening as a result I was at a breaking point because it wasn't my natural inclination to be fighting with these bastards over money now. I do that to this day for a living and fortunately I become very good at it so doesn't carry that stress that it used to and also to be honest. I don't have encounters with nasty attorneys. That's just not how the business works. Usually the new generation of attorney probably generation and younger were more about. What's the problem I represent my client? You represent your client. Neither will take the client's case personally. Let's meet in the middle and let's fix this but now standing all that. It was an enlightening trip. Just being able to walk around just being able to eat a bag of potato chips and drink chocolate milk while watching some movie from the nineties on TV knowing that that phone was never gonNA ring with some frantic emergency from from some frantic client so while I was making this podcast I actually found this tiny little four inch book that I had written a bunch of notes in random thoughts. Random musings in real time while I was in Chiang Mai and so I thought I would read them or at. Least some of the excerpts too because it's interesting reading them now five years later so let me read them to hear her. See if you can find anything of use to you. I realized that a lot of stress was coming from people wanting things from me example. My Dad wanted me to start bidding on things on Ebay and right away felt my stress. Go up since my plan here and change is to do nothing. Wire two weeks vacation. I joke here's why because they should be at least six weeks a year given by every employer and you must leave town for two of six weeks. If you're a lawyer doctor. He should have two months off and one month off every six months. Time goes very fast. Why it's easier to meet people when you're traveling one. You don't care what people think about you to you're relaxed and therefore more yourself three. You're happier four necessity. You're forced to interact with people you don't know the number. Five travelers have similar mindsets so therefore have more in common.

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Thai soldier kills at least 21, holes up in shopping mall

All Things Considered

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Thai soldier kills at least 21, holes up in shopping mall

"In Thailand at least twenty people are dead dozens injured after soldier went on a shooting rampage at a military base in a shopping mall Thai police are still searching for the gunmen Michael Sullivan has more from Chiang rai police say the soldiers shot a superior officer and others at the base in the northeastern city of Nakhon Ratchasima he then fled the scene and resumed his shooting spree at a nearby shopping mall graphic videos posted on social media showed several victims on the street outside the mall a Facebook page believed to belong to the soldier showed video footage you posted from the mall in his camouflage uniform and helmet saying he was tired and complaining he couldn't move his finger anymore the page has since been taken down Nakon righteous email also known as karate is about a hundred fifty miles from the capital Bangkok no motive for the attacks has been

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Jesus the Philosopher with Dr. Jonathan Pennington

Knowing Faith

09:09 min | 1 year ago

Jesus the Philosopher with Dr. Jonathan Pennington

"Here. We are and we are joined by Dr Jonathan Pinkston. Thank you for coming on the show. We're glad to have you. Hey I am absolutely thrilled. That's excellent so You are just wrapping up Sabbatical. You've just wrapped it up. That's right okay. And you're telling me before we jumped on Mike that Iran a bunch of fiction on Sabbatical. Yep Okay tell me what you were. Because I'm reading a bunch of fiction right now. Yeah well I always do. I often joke that I actually just professor to support my fiction in reading habits. Because I'm and I mostly listen to because that way I can just constantly listen to them when I'm sometimes walking driving doing dishes. London whatever So I listen veraciously. All kinds of things got some favorite authors like Ursula Gwynne and others but I just I just read Willa cather author. You know her. She was a famous nineteen twenty century. Her Book Called death comes for the archbishop. That was really good. I also read the entire David Foster oster wallace reader which is both fiction non fiction any Wallis. Some you know everything. Infinite Jest while infants all the way through that truth be told but all his essays everything it was fast essay that stands out to your hand. Yeah the one about the State Fair Illinois that was and and The one about television is a long essay about television. Its effect on people. Yeah so he wrote an essay on I think it's called collect. They've named a collection of essays this as well but both flash and not where he talks about tennis pros. Oh yeah that's right. That was man. It's incredible it was so he wrote that. I've never watched tennis in my life but after I read the essay I got on a bender with watching professional tennis. Yeah you don't you don't like sports. That actually have is that it is well. He's so ham fisted the rest of the very literally. Exactly I was GONNA say haven't reading David Foster ause because I've been watching football and I didn't you know what big game was on today. JV Edit tell somebody else's like is there a big game and they're like it was like who do you have today in college. Like is this the sports ball. Don't even Yeah Ursula. Gwen are you into science fiction too. I mean good science fiction. Science fiction is created equal. But I'm reading this collection of short stories by Ted. Yes absolute escalation escalation absolutely. No I just know cool. I like old school like okay. We'll Ted Chiang is amazing. I read the earlier collection and that the story and they're called the story of your life the basis for the movie movie arrival which is one of my all time favorite movies. Have we not talked about not using it got so. Hey it wasn't at Brad like several times and he did not get sick. Okay we'll start talking about cross fit or are you still there. Okay listen if you have not read Ted Cheese amazing. He's incredible okay. So that's Dr Pennington Worley. co-signing an endorsement. If you listen to this podcast broadcast hanging in there for you. We love to have you know. We're we're glad to have Dr. Go ahead please. Oh no no no no what is amazing about him and league win is the same way and you should care about this and you should try. Is that a think a lot. About the power of language in shaping our thinking An culture yeah and so both Lin Chang are constantly thinking about how we say things and the way we structure our society and how languages connected that. That's why that that movie arrival. Yeah did you ever see that. Yeah so it's not language it was about how I know amy. Yeah on that one whitaker's in it too right. The Guy Blackhawk as well as listening. I have a big crush on her. She reminds me of my childhood crush. Elizabeth Montgomery say an actual the person's name and that person would be listening going. Oh I never even knew that he was with again where he's an actual person. You might actually be witched. Oh Man who can forget are- even recording. This has been hot. No we are although I could talk to you about Hans Fictional the rest of the time that we have together. Dr Painting is a professor and author posture preacher. He's written a number of books. He has a friend to the TV institute. Big Friend Friend town this week and teaching It's been my favorite time of the year. It's the most wonderful time of the year so even when we started the training program one of the hopes was bringing in outside speakers Experts in their field but are also churchman. Church women people who who want to to do theology or new tests ultimate cities at the highest level in the academy but can also translate to the local church and we didn't know it was gonNA work five years ago But we brought you back five times so it's worked. It's pretty well and you know this. Our students have just really gravitated towards you. And I've also seen you Avenue now for seven eight years or so You've always been a wonderful the teacher and a good friend. But even as you've been preaching more your church just seeing God used that to shape you into a just a beautiful person into theologian into a real. You're a real person. You know what I mean by the air you're dealing with substantive issues but you're also living In a broken world that we're living in and you're able to speak speak in both of those worlds. Yeah so grateful for that well. It's the teaching works because of hungry people could be up there doing my stick and if people were hungry angry it wouldn't be the same. It's an interaction and so you guys have created something so beautiful here of hungry people who are seeking the Lord and trying to figure out their lives and and so it's annoying to come in and it's been fun part of that so you've been in town this weekend speaking about the gospel of Matthew. And would you say that has been where your focus has been the last number of years. It sounds like yeah so I had the great privilege of doing a PhD. In Matthew hasn't stopped since and I always when I think about Matthew I always think what he says in an esoteric way in chapter. Thirteen that The scribe train for the Kingdom of Heaven continues to bring out of his treasure house else. Things old and new and so we've been studying this book of Matthew for two thousand years and they're still. I've been studying for twenty years and every time I read it I see do things. They didn't see it especially everytime I preach from it one of the things that I've been amazed even though not write articles or books teach. It's when I go go to preach a passage that I come to understand it I think in its fullest way. What do you think that is I wanted to ask you about the the process of rediscovery? So somebody's many. Listen to this like okay. I'm on my Bible Reading Plan and I've done it faithfully the last twenty years. I'm coming up on a book of the Bible. I've Read Twenty Times Thirty Times Forty Times. What is some of that process of rediscovery for you as you walk the same path over and over again? How like where does that come from? Does it never feel like it's just old hat like well. Of course you know. This is what what he's doing here in the Greek and this matthew. This is a typical matthew. Move that he's making right here. Like what does rediscovery somebody no no but but what is But what does it look like. What rediscovery look like? Somebody's spending lots of time in one book of the Bible. Yeah I I think it is a it is a literary and theological Michael masterpiece and the reason. We're still reading it. Two thousand years later is obviously. It's in the Bible. We believe it's inspired. But it is a masterpiece. The reason it's still worth worth reading over and over and and a great piece of literature is one that you've reread. I just wanted to read once. And the more so structured and I always remind students that it by the time matthews written this thing down. He's been pondering and praying and preaching teaching and rearranging and editing for like thirty years. Probably by the time. He's this is is his magnum opus. This is as great piece. Just like we would read You know brothers Karamazov for something over and over and you'll see things in it even more. This is a masterpiece. Sure piece and you never get tired of it. I think the other thing and this is why things I so appreciate about all you guys. I'm thinking of Jan.. How much joy her books to her experience? As a teacher feature I think you'd probably affirm this that when you go to teach you go from passive learning to active learning and so that's what I think is amazing that I'm teaching teaching and preaching for Matthew. That's when I come to understand it more. I think you guys build things into the institude. Were there reversing say. Yeah I think so. I think a big part of the reason why I never gets boring is because I'm an active reader passive reader

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Local Freshman Lane Madrid Meets Kobe Bryant, Gets $5000 Donation

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

03:10 min | 1 year ago

Local Freshman Lane Madrid Meets Kobe Bryant, Gets $5000 Donation

"But you may have heard about that five thousand dollar donation that Kobe Bryant came to a local girls basketball program well fourteen year old Roosevelt high school freshman lane Madrid is the one who secured that donation and explains how the whole thing started I play for the cal stars and we were traveling to LA and he had his team within the same turn in there and we ended up playing against each other a community center in Long Beach and in a yeah and he was coaching and his daughter was crying and so what was your contact with him our reach so basically after the game after I roll like Chiang kai and says to him he had said he had like made a comment about my shooting in like you really have a like splash those threes on me and stuff like that like joking around and and then later on towards the end I had I I had asked him for some advice and he gave me advice at the end why he told me to just do repetition and do things over and over again and she didn't stop there she asked for Kobe help for the basketball program I had heard about our schools like the national programs like finance issues and stuff like that and I think if I'm gonna be a fire of the of the bicycle or a brother last well for the next three so or so years I wanted to be able to benefit us in a good way and because of those finance problems I had reached out to Kobe to see maybe if you can help us out a little bit seeing as I did talk to him before I felt like we connected in some type of way and but I just reached out to him and he end up responding giving like an email address the email and then that two weeks later we ended up getting a check sent to the school for the five thousand dollars did that surprise you that amount yes shall I did because I never says listen canal and then he said that much lately that's crazy lane was a core shocked at the news of Kobe's death and shares her feelings about the basketball great I will I want everyone to know that he's just a very hard working like a very hard working person and a very challenging overachiever he he always work as if you had no talent at all and he is he should be known as not only as an athlete but a kind hearted person that touches the lives of many people and he really gave me hope and not only me but my back what you far future in the game so that again is at Roosevelt high school freshman lane with dread and we have some wonderful pictures of her with Kobe right her in action playing against Kobe Ryan's daughter Gigi who was also killed in that trash in that crash and so we've got that and up more from lane at KFBK dot com the afternoon news with Kitty o'neill away so appreciate her sharing that story with us here at

China launches Long March 5 rocket, paving way for more ambitious space projects

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

02:39 min | 1 year ago

China launches Long March 5 rocket, paving way for more ambitious space projects

"China's space blitz of ladies continuing with the launch of two more Bedell three navigation satellites followed by new Sino Brazilian birth observation satellite. The Belle three twenty three and twenty four navigation satellites were flooding into orbit aboard a Long March. Three B rocket from the Chiang Satellite concentre in South West than China's Sichuan Province the spacecraft are the forty third and forty fourth in the navigation satellite system the seventeenth and eighteenth of the and you bedell three navigation. Satellites and the twenty third and twenty fourth Bedell satellites placed into medium earth orbit marking the completion of the Corbett. Our three constellation the system however China plans to launch another eight bit after satellites next year as open space three intermediate obits three into inclined geosynchronous orbits and two digit stationary orbits. Meanwhile just days after the Dow Three Launch Beijing launched along fulbe rocket from its tie you and Satellite Loan Center Center in northern China's Yangtze province carrying any joy Chinese Brazilian earth. Resources satellite the CIBA's for a new probe replaced the existing CIBA's his four satellite which was launched back in two thousand fourteen and you spacecraft's equipped with three optical payloads at Chinese built wide range pancreatic multispectral camera brazilian-built zillion built Monte Spectral camera and Brazilian built wide field imager. The pro bowl clicked remote sensing data surveying land resources and environmental conditions and undertaking undertaking research into climate change. The mission also carried it small microsatellites into orbit including Ethiopia's first-ever spacecraft. The actress won a Wide Range H.. Mahdi spectral remote sensing satellite Russian Space Forces of launch the Soyuz to I'm Bay rocket carrying Glonass M navigation satellite into orbit put the Soyuz equipped with forget stage was launched from the Plesetsk cosmodrome eight hundred kilometers north of Moscow. The spacecraft was successfully deployed into a one thousand nine thousand one hundred kilometer high orbit way. It will replace an all. The satellite Glenis is a Russian satellite navigation system similar to America's GPS China's maddow and and Europe's Galileo global satellite navigation systems. The Glonass Constellation consists of twenty four satellites of three over the planes with eight satellites in age designed for a seven year life span the gloss M is a one thousand four hundred fifteen kilograms second generation navigation satellite. It's not known how many more gloss US satellites are likely to be launched as Moscow's already started flying. The newer more Advanced Third Generation Glonass K one and is expected to begin flights of even more Lord Vance K to

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"chiang" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"chiang" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Three hundred five two well one oh two sets kiss FM good luck the strings so I'm looking for a new phone one that doesn't let people call me because you know why flat on a table games on my way out of games out of Chiang Mai you claim that you wish to serve I'll be straight.

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"chiang" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

08:33 min | 2 years ago

"chiang" Discussed on Hustleshare

"So because that's the tendency right computers running Matlab right that's how the general geeks back Leonard Geeks back then were very few per se so for you Howard what were those skills that you had to acquire to give them more clarity I this is it I guess an MBA is not really specialization rate. Self I I guess what I would credit the program for always giving me a whole other way of looking at things from the marketing side the selling side because as is the case with most programmers I'm fairly into it so it's difficult for me to go out on a sales call or to talk to a lot of people it's naturally what I'm used to that and an MBA program helped me in a lot of ways to to address that part of of my shortcomings so perspective really changed yeah perspective now after this so you did Babson for a good couple years did you stay in the states for a and Rick Dan what was the next thing you know Arab so going to work towards the end of the two year program a pretty much was very antsy ready to come back home and try to start things out so I got back here tried to call a couple of friends and tried to figure what is there to do and this was ninety five wow internet was just starting I up the sound so some some opportunity came along and I started small. ISP just like what everybody did it just a legitimate monarch at the time the Shaker everybody was into that and it was fun for for a while we was ISP that you started it was called planet Internet Internet so we were doing some dial up stuff It was pretty tough I mean as you know what a lot of the small I SPEC- eventually dwindled down disappeared Bonanza and a couple the just like three or four that I was able to use in early two thousands early two thousand wow so I was already out good but just shed some light in the DELCO game before because back then of course there's is it the more democratize can anybody can try the dial up business or does it still end up in the same bandwidth that the main post how how does that work that business model where it was it's really a simple wholesale retail business right so you get the big pipe and then you dial ups and tried to fill up that type of course you oversubscribing in order to make some money back then the Telcos had no idea what to do with the business of they were just happy well yeah you would get the Internet pipe to them due to connect to an ISP but at that time the Telcos themselves we're not di- espy was icy you would get the lease line all the way to the US and back then you'd be talking to guys like PSI unit and you get every huge news wow there was no Gluco yet facebook at the time how did you hustle to get those those types of attacks because again what does the yellow pages and whatnot how do you get to know them and and have or is that because of the Babson connection you know if it was really the local connection ready so when it came back home called some friends from data neo and there were some leads in just got into the business and it along we tried some other stuffs that I found interesting and then among other things I you know during the years US getting involved with computer telephony it was really interested with you know I the ours and and you know writing code to to to do telephony right banned from that venture I was able to get the connection to a friend of mine who happen to be doing voicemail stuff's at the time got it and from there further connected me to really gun who was the owner of Boscombe cry and from there the journey discontinued in Moscow and just for those kids who are not get barn so when some you know carbon date myself majority time asking this question along with the guest pardon me for that but what what what was your business model and Mas Com that you started with William Okay so the first commercial espn the Philippines so back then win the whole Internet was starting the in some seed money to get the schools connected to this global network at it and to help subsidize the cost of those interns national connection the took on a commercial partner so this was Moscow who basically open commercial service to the public outside of the school because at the time the original seed funding of the Diaz was intended for school so so most grew over the years and because of the fateful moment that I got introduced to we eventually they ended up buying planet Internet and so I keep the boss of and that's how I ended up working for I acquisition right near Exeter I didn't know exited like it wasn't much of an exit yes I'm an that was ready likely ninety s and at that time the smallest species we're starting you know we saw the writing on the wall it's either you become part of bigger one or you just die with Telka starting to come in house that free because I couple episodes go with Christian Blanc era and Jeffrey see we talked about the transition when you get acquired so a lot of it is processes that you have to streamline with the mother company but for you you know as a founder there's gotTa be some ego twisting that you gotta do because if you're used to being shot caller and whatnot you know now you have to kind of figure out where you're going to end up into totem pole how's that for you in that experience and then eventually how what what what transpired with Moscow and you being in it it wasn't that big of a transition for me. I mean I planet Internet this time it was like a five person company also we're getting absorbed into like a seventy percent companies there was naturally much of a clash AH I joined Lost more in the role of the technical side of CD OH GATT until eventually with Dr Game Pass away then that's what I started taking on the more manager build rule wow okay now all right let's let's take our first break when we come back let's talk about when the Dragon was born character let's talk about that more after the break Hey Hustler's let's take a quick break from the episode to talk about a big mistake I did early in my own hustle startup founder that's going all in on my started without having any other source of income you might see that's weird because we talk about going all in a lot in this podcast but allow me to tell you what exactly happened to me Liane Becky my first startup called party foul I resigned from my day job thinking that I'm GonNa get funded when they started winning pitching competitions because I thought I was going to get funded very soon but the reality is took me three years to get funded very broke during that time just because I wanted to go all in I didn't take any side hustle in the bad thing was I was dependent on my startup for my survival trying to grow so I ended up getting a lot of bad deals because that was desperate so in my next startup which is chat block P. H. I made sure that I'm not GonNa make the same mistake so I got into the art of freelancing by making money on the side to make ends meet allowed my sort of the flourish and get acquired just twelve months after ended up but that wouldn't happen if I didn't get paid on time and there's one product that I rely it on heavily to get paid easily and it's pay near pse me from a lot of hassle because it's the fastest way to get paid especially if you're doing relenting and thing about it is that it goes straight to your bank account so you don't have to worry about your money getting stuck in wallet somewhere so whether you're a freelancer ecommerce seller digital market or any alerted requires payment. I highly recommend the speed here to get your money so registered now go to pay in your dot com or download the pioneer doc on the APP store or all right let's get back to the show.

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"chiang" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

13:00 min | 2 years ago

"chiang" Discussed on Hustleshare

"Also by TRIPOD PH save time and effort for your business automate how your team does customer service marketing and he it and pursued a career in programming so what were the first programs back then according at and what did you write it for per se Oh so so I graduated in one thousand nine hundred ninety one and didn't really have much of a vacation much after graduating from school west to work worked for Citibank it worked for the computer department and at that time they were overhauling who tailoring system because Predator that the system was basically the old monochrome mainframe dumb terminal type of model and we were switching it through server at the time clients have river sexy nobody uses client server eighty what's but yes so that that is the main project assigned to it was pretty exciting pretty fine so it was very ill blazing at the time now in terms of that so you're in financial in banking yes so how long did you do the the Citibank Hustle until you went to ninety one you said graduated ninety one and you did Babson ninety three yes was that the thing in between before he decided to do yes that is correct although by the time I graduated nineteen ninety-one already kind of had my a heart set on going to graduate school so it was already in the plan and then I just knew that they had to take you know worked for a couple of years get some experience because I mean it's hard to go into MBA school without any working experience exactly but here's where here's the interesting part because you took computer science and how did you get the Babson Opportunity Nba taking any MBA program anywhere right why Babson and why do you have to go all the way to to Massachusetts Massachusetts right is right so I believe there you go why there and it's interesting part for me is you took up entrepreneurship masters of Business Administration in entrepeneurship entrepreneurial studies that's that's so far different than what what what's the mindset there well if you're since I was into computer programming if I go to Grad school it's either a goal to the hard core master L. Computer Science or doctoral route that or I take on a totally different discipline like business so I to be honest I did considered both alternatives and it did send applications for going for Masters of Science Degree was an MBA but pm the weighing the pros and cons decided that it would make more sense for me to not on a different skill to to complement what I really have which is the technical side so went through the different schools and at that time was starting on a new program specifically for enterpreneurship were in the change the way of doing mba where normally would take different classes in this case they came up with totally radical program or in the mixed all sorts of courses in the into modules so you you go through a module and you get you see like the life cycle of business from startup up to the end and in every module you'll learn the basically would need for finance for marketing for operations perfect for that life cycle so if a very exciting and we were the Guinea pig the first batch Progam yes and it turns out this well awesome was even up to now the leading NBA school when it comes to interpreting and I guess that's where a sort of get the bug for internship so before I even graduated I already said that you know there's no turning back that I know that when a graduate this is the path that I will take it will be an interpreter ship route with Michael Beers nights background as you s the backbone tech per se tech technology shifts but again that named that name doesn't wasn't I mean back then what are the skill so you said you mentioned there's going to be skills that you'd had to learn the computer science background banking finance so boom that's right that established why now now it makes sense why end up doing payments right but what are the other skills you had to learn in Babson that now view to give you probably more confidence you know okay now I'm a real entrepreneur I'm not just a tech guy that guy with people like fix my computer that whatever ice.

"chiang" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"chiang" Discussed on Hustleshare

"The processes all by using chat box investing your on Chat Bot now and use to run your business do triple W. Dot Chapman dot Ph that's their yell hustle so I just went through it and did some hacks didn't get their permission and after a while you up and then you arrange for a war for integration with a bank to Hustle share the cast features a daily grind veneer hosters around the world to show not our differences that are hustles are very much alike now here's your host Roster Bayonne welcome to episode fifty three of the Hustle share podcast names Ron Sir and I'm your host in this episode is powered by paying a digital platform provides online money transfer empowering business this is around the world parole globally we are a proud affiliate of podcast network Asia but before we begin I'd like to remind you there's a lot of adults guage that we use in this podcast so make sure no kids waiting you're listening to this because we're GONNA be talking about the hostile behind the payment solution that helps so many Filipinos in buying stuff online and today we're GonNa have the founder of that startup that I'm talking about and his name is Dick Cheney founder of Dragon Today Dick is GonNa give us an idea of how you started out this hustle for the guy who took up computer science and eventually shifted his career path by Learning Business Lincoln studied in Babson college is also going to be sharing with us how he ran his first ISP business coming out of Babson and how he was able to leave that business to be acquired by a big is be company Dick will also share how he did his hustle after the acquisition in how you function this team being a CTO of Moscow this is where it gets very interesting views dayquil share with us how he started ragging be asked the side hustle how he ran dragon be as virtually a one-man team for a very long time until he hired his first employees and then Nikolic also in with us what led him to eventually go all in on his side hustle to become his main hustle and the challenges and the struggles he had to go through put it up Dick will also share how he was able to get in touch with the banks and how he was able to scale his business virtually bootstrapping this Gary Longtime until he got funded by a Japanese publicly listed company and please listen well because he also she's very good for us especially for those people trying to figure out longevity in the startup being kissed that's very rare in how to scale a bootstrap business to success of your ready to learn the hustle behind dragon pay flips again this episode right now latest episode of the Hustle Share podcasts. We are very good friend of mine today and I've been I've known this guy for a while and you know I hate to say it but I'll discuss Betas Betas I always fucking say in the show but you're the nicest Dick that I uh-huh thank you to the show Mr Dick Chang the founder and CEO or Coo. You in January of dragon there's no sound effects yet but eventually you'll have so watch out for that will have live sound effects on the hustle and the welcome to the show thanks for having the time today visit us here thank you for having me over here on looking forward to to guesting in your shows about damn time it's what it is so dick you know I've known you for awhile since my varies I start up being a big fan of yours but for the benefit of those people listening to this now Dick what's your hustle okay so I'm the founder of Dragon P. and we we are basically an alternative payment solution company we focus on providing online buyers a mean of of paying for purchase for a product service online through means other than credit cards so in the case of the Philippines that would be everything from online banking mobile payments demons cash payments through the bird grocery supermarkets and what have you so we we're basically extending the the online store of the merchant to be able to accept all sorts of payments. Wow that's amazing but Dick Again You Dragon P. has allow before the proliferation of ECOMMERCE and all accessible you now you're the only player in the game but before this happened this your journey We started a long time at all with Internet and entrepreneurship. Let's ride the hustle share time machine real quick but before we do that I like I like to think I our sponsor our Vinnie sponsor always thank you to pop gas Asia who is our network whose studios are located at we were multiple rigging Philippines here in Metro Pass for helping us out with our show and check out their socials at at podcast network Asia and check it out on podcast network Asia so Dick what did start so I'm stalking you I know before that you're one of the few people in this country that started it studied in Babson Call Judge Okay now Adam son it's okay but before that were there any early hustles that you did in your life and you know that growing up that really forced to be in payments and what not how how did you start your hustle no actually a I didn't really grow up in what you would prefer it to us an entrepreneurial emily so pretty much grew up thinking so they're counted you start your hustle because Friday this again I I didn't know what you're around was I just know you're right and with Babson again people don't do that but prior to that were you did you grow up like with an entrepreneur mine that or how did you get explosives happening no not really where I grew up in a traditional Chinese family but my made points are not really enterpreneurs themselves so I didn't really grow up in an entrepreneurial environment and well it was growing up I thought it was going to end up being a doctor wow yeah but Yeah I passed the exams for college and they thought that was heading for for for for medicine and then just like out of nowhere the option of computer science I'm up in a took out in it's the road less traveled biggest at the time and it turned up luckily turned out to be a good fit so old from back no no I didn't I didn't have much of an interest to be honest in computers I didn't get my first PC clone until I was in my fourth year high school and of course we would that time we're talking the floppy disk yes yeah yeah in the six hundred it keeps and of course green screen and all that so no I'm I'm ashamed even Mitt this but like in my fourth year high school we had AH programming assignment in basic and a friend of mine wrote for me I really couldn't yes yeah really just picked up coding in College I do and luckily enjoyed.

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NBA working on relationship with China after controversial tweet

Mason & Ireland

08:44 min | 2 years ago

NBA working on relationship with China after controversial tweet

"Lakers are in China Darren Shanghai right now they're gonNA play a game there Thursday morning early our time four thirty our time and then they're gonNA play another game Saturday in Chins in but there is a lot of controversy swirling around something more the rockets GM tweeted last week it would be would it be misleading to say things have calmed down but Adam silver's over there he's in Shanghai he's attempting to deal with it and it's hard to say if it's down or not the original Durham won't Daryl Morey tweet fight for freedom stand with Hong Kong and China and when I say China it's not just the government it's it's actual NBA Fans in China have responded and said they basically cancelled the Houston Rockets. Yeah I which I don't know that's fair enough but it's it's realistic they really have they shut down the Houston Rockets The Houston Rockets have been the heritage beloved team in China going back to Yao. Ming and that tweet is unbelievably incendiary in Hong Kong there's a separatist movement movement and the Chinese are and when I say the Chinese it's not just the government Chinese citizens an NBA fans in China are dead set opposed that separatist movement and so it's caused a gigantic controversy here's a little bit of what Adam Silver said about it this afternoon. CCTV announced that because of my remarks supporting Daryl Mores freedom of expression not the since of his statement but his freedom of expression they were no longer going to air the Lakers Nets preseason games that are scheduled for later this week a and it's not something we expected to happen I think it's unfortunate but if that's the the consequences of US adhering to our values we still feel it's critically important we adhere to those values my plan long has been to travel to Shanghai tomorrow and I plan to attend the Lakers Nets game Thursday night it's my hope that when I'm in Shanghai I can meet with the appropriate officials and discuss where we stand and again put those remarks from Daryl Morey and my remarks in an appropriate context of a many decades long relationship and see if we can find mutual respect for each other's political systems and beliefs but I'm a realist as well recognize that this is this this issue may not die down so quickly Daryl Morey has apologized actually James Harden also made this state apologize you know we love China we love playing near I know for both of us individually we go there wants to twice a year they show the most important love so now we appreciate as a fan base and we love everything you know they're about in in no way appreciate the support that they give us individually and as an organization so You know we love you if you're wondering why Adam Silver has is kind of taken the position that he has he is he's issued a couple of statements this was too and and you know to give us a little more background Shanghai is fifteen hours ahead of us so it's tomorrow morning in Chiang it's Wednesday morning Adam Silver's already there and he's hoping to have those meetings today in his statement that he issued on Tuesday when he was in Japan he said the NBA will not put itself in a position of regulating what players employees seasoned team owners say or will not say on these issues we simply could not operate that way so he is standing up one hundred percent for not necessarily anything Darryl said or tweeted specifically but for his right to say it yes in in that's why and then as you point out there are many many people's very upset in China and we'll see what happens next but you know Michael and I are hoping touring the Games a Thursday morning and Saturday morning it'll be four thirty am both days if you want to get up early you can listen to us or we're going to simulcast those those our call on spectrum sports net too so we're just waiting to see what happens next in the story but we're looking forward to doing those games I said earlier in the show it one thing I've learned about sports and you understand this steve better than most people because you've covered so many Olympics is sports can be a great unifier it really can it can bring people together you can you can see people jumping up and down and hugging each other we don't even speak the same languages so I I'm hoping we can play the games we can bring him to you and that cooler heads will prevail but we'll see we'll see yeah there's a lot of upset people here is Rachel Nichols who's actually in China the conflict with China top of mind for the League office the NBA is actually facing backlash on both sides here they're facing backlash from those who support the anti-government protesters in Hong Kong who feel that silver hasn't gone far enough to support rockets GM Daryl Morey but they're also facing backlash inside China from those who feel that silver has not gone far enough to condemn what more he actually said one of the loudest voices in that WHO's actually hall of Famer Yao-ming who is now the chairman of the Chinese Basketball Association Yao is one of the people but silver is hoping to meet with when he gets to China which will be on Wednesday yeah he sort of he's taking heat from both sides now sober both from both from people think he didn't go far enough to support Daryl Morey and people in China who think he didn't go far enough in condemning them here's Doc rivers this is new uh-huh doc rivers talking about what's going on with the NBA in China hit for saying what we believe we did as we disagree disagree I disagree with everything you say I have the right to do that and I have the right to Silverstone Tom and that's good that's good that's what this is about freedom of speech and and we should always have who consequences for what you say and that's why we get back to the Lincoln Body before you say there could be possibly and that's by the way what we're seeing we're seeing enormous consequences for Daryl Morey exercise his freedom speech and as of now Darryl still the GM of the rockets tillman for t- to the owner of the rockets came out right away soon as Daryl tweeted that and said he doesn't speak with Iraq it's he doesn't speak for the NBA. I have no problem with Daryl does her his personal views I don't think they're gonNA lose his job over this we we shared with you earlier in the show if you don't listen to US regularly we uh-huh Darryl he's been a guest on this show probably ten times he's one of the reasons he's crazy we'll talk about anything and so Adam standing behind him and saying look whether you agree with what Tara said or not he has the right to say it I think probably means I was going to hang onto his GIG but I'm speculating I don't know yeah a lot of that came up over the weekend and it seemed to calm down a little bit but again this story is continuing to unfold and we don't exactly know how it's going to turn out when all is said and done what will the relationship between China Chinese fans in the Houston Rockets be what will the relationship between China Chinese fans in the NBA be how will the be altered how will that be changed in any way we don't exactly know where it seems to me the one of the things that will be important as if Adam silver can sit down with the Ming who is a great ambassador for Basketball Chairman of Chinese basketball so that could go a long way in mending the damage that has been

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Armed man in body armor arrested at Missouri Walmart

News, Traffic and Weather

01:07 min | 2 years ago

Armed man in body armor arrested at Missouri Walmart

"To help more being shared right now to panic another Walmart this past week a heavily armed man and body armor walking through the store in Missouri sending terrified shoppers running A. B. C.'s children others Dimitri under tango is in jail on charges of making a terrorist threat after setting off fears of a mass shooting just after four PM Thursday the twenty year old dressed in body armor carrying an assault rifle police say he had a hundred rounds of ammunition the store manager pulling the fire alarm sending customers fleeing outside minutes later a bystander Julie blue capturing the suspect walking right towards our core with his hands up in the air get out of my car when I heard a voice off my lap say is that a rifle is that a real rifle a former firefighter confronting under Chiang co he does not want to be identified police saying under Junko told them he quote wanted to know if that Walmart honored the second amendment and that due to three recent shootings in a stabbing he wanted to protect himself and the suspect now facing a terrorism charge even though he never

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Is the new MacBook Pro worth the upgrade? (The 3:59, Ep. 585)

The 3:59

04:21 min | 2 years ago

Is the new MacBook Pro worth the upgrade? (The 3:59, Ep. 585)

"Tonight I'm about to Chiang. I'm Scott Stein Armed Joseph Kaminsky so apple's Mac pro Michael Air God in slow minor upgrades. I guess they got sort of a quiet upgrade early this week. We finally we have we have them in hand John Brennan Tests. I mean all these upgrades worth it where you thought if you have an older Mac book pro I can see you upgrading but it's not that significant. We'd want to shell out that kind of money right away <hes>. What did you find what their speed us the? The speed test it's definitely faster than previous because they switched from the dual core to the quad core. You definitely see a performance bump for me and my normal day to day. The dual core is just fine. I don't know what other people's uses are right I also I wish they'd put an S.. D. Card slot back in there as well yeah well. It's still it's still like to use how many are there. Yes it is to USB type C both on the same side right and for those of us who while using a Mac book pro now you got to carry these Donald's not everything will fit come upgrade to a higher capacity which ones get the four U._S. species. That's the fifteen inch as the fifteen inches. <music> man that's the that's the up sell Ya yeah seriously. Get your extra ports in there so otherwise this is essentially the same say Max acquired upgrade from apple in terms of hardware and they he added the true tone display to the MAC book. I can't tell the difference I'm sure it looks nice. I guess I guess we'd have to go into a room and just play with the lights and says come with the new upgraded keyboard but they're they're not had significantly different right from what I hear from the people in the lab with me. They're not big fans of the keyboard again with <hes> so moving onto the Nintendo switch light Scott. You actually had a chance to try one of the few folks she I chance to try it. Yes what did. You think so I got to play it for like twenty minutes used pretty much all the Nintendo portable systems and consoles. It feels a lot more like a three D. S. or a to D s type of product <hes>. It's a little smaller. It's not as big as a small as a playstation vita but it's it's a little more compact feels sturdier actually and so I like the feel of it five point five inch screen seem fine for all the games that I try try you know smash brothers and Super Mario Odyssey in Zelda for like a hot few minutes <hes> I love that. <unk> but you're giving up all these extras the switch part of it and that's the part where like as I use it at home I do use the T._v.. For stuff and that for one hundred dollars dropping in price that's great losing the T._v.. Out Capability losing the swap -able controllers in case wear and tear not wild about that but it does seem to be set up as a second device for the home. I know it's crazy hip but parents who played games note. I'm talking about Nintendo has hinted that there might be some way to deal with management across multiple device right. You talked with the Nintendo's browser which is actually his real name. Yes it is. It's hard to keep referring. I know what I mean. What else did you the deep hat thing you learned about? The D pad Yes so deep has a great what about on joy kinds and he wouldn't confirm any plans right now for. Or anything like that enjoy cons <hes> he talked about the the Horizontal Capability Android hines and that was versatile still I feel like you can use the d pad in horizontal mode and do all the stuff that he's talked about. Maybe that's something for the switch pro or some other thing down the line <hes> speaking of which again he wouldn't refer to anything involving a more advanced sequel to the switch reports have said that that's been delayed. Maybe that's next year for now. It looks like going into the rest of twenty nineteen just the light but what was really interesting his when he talked about games I said well what if you share between systems which is really annoying if I keep one docked. Could I just take the other on the road with me is that there's GonNa be some way of sharing experiences more to come on that which I really hope. Is that way to take digital libraries.

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You all should be reading Brian K. Vaughan's 'Paper Girls' comic

Covert Nerd Podcast

01:22 min | 2 years ago

You all should be reading Brian K. Vaughan's 'Paper Girls' comic

"The first comic. I wanna talk about today is called paper girls from image, comics, paper, girls is a mystery science fiction comic book series written by Bryan cave on and illustrated by cliff Chiang paper. Girls follows the story of four twelve year old newspaper delivery girls Aaron MacKenzie K Jay and Tiffany, set in Stony stream fictional suburb of Cleveland, Ohio. While out on delivering papers in the morning after Halloween nineteen eighty eight the girls are attacked by group of teenagers. One of the teen steals, a walkie talkie, from Tiffany, and the girls chase the group to house and find what appears to be a time machine the girls, learn that the teenagers are time travelers from a distant future who are engaged in ongoing war with a group known as the old timers at the center of the conflict is the question of whether or not the past can and should be changed by future time travelers if you like stranger things you'll love paper girls. They have a lot of similarities, eighties flashback nostalgia, with a touch of the weird and scary over the past few weeks. I've read the first twenty eight issues in since I got back into comics a few years ago that. Seems to be the norm for me. Just binging on an entire series anyway, I recommend checking out paper girls, if you like eighties nostalgia, and time travel

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How to get your Instagram account back from hackers (The 3:59, Ep. 572)

The 3:59

04:28 min | 2 years ago

How to get your Instagram account back from hackers (The 3:59, Ep. 572)

"The. Welcome. I'm forgetting, it's the grams testing some new features that could make it harder for hackers to city your count, and hold them for ransom over you have the story. What's, what's this about? Yeah. So a lot of the times, hackers target, you know, Instagram accounts from influencers, or anybody, that has, like a cool username, that's only like three letters long or something like that, and sell it for like pretty high prices, a report from the Atlantic few months ago, talked about how these accounts can oftentimes sell for, you know, one hundred thousand dollars or something like that. But I've also known average people that are not celebrities at all that they're in scramble counts hacked, and it's extremely hard to get it back, most of the time because when you ask to get your password back, they'll send it to an Email address. But the problem is once somebody has your Email has your Instagram. They can change what Email addresses associated with right. And they'll hold it for ransom. Sometimes they'll say, if you want your account back, give one hundred two hundred dollars whatever is that what it goes for obviously, for a celebrity Yam count. It's worth a lot more. But it's average Joe like how much is it? It's like an average person about that much, you know, varies, if you have a really popular account, it could cost a lot more than that, considering how much influencers make from advertise post and things like that. But what Instagram is testing out is these features. So when you try to log in now, if you if you can't get your password, right? Obviously because a hacker might have changed it. They can you can now ask them to send the six digit code to your original Email address. So the one that you signed up for Instagram with which is which can't really change, and they can send it there. Once it goes there and use the six digit code to log, log back on. They will log out all other logging sessions. So then, you know, the hackers on their devices, they'll be locked down. They won't be able to get back in that way. So this is something that's been coming for a long time here. We're getting hacked on Instagram for a while. Now they really haven't done much for victims. But this is a good way to prevent that from happening. How I mean how prevalent is this like how many how many of these? How common is it for you to actually get your account hacked and held for ransom while there's no statistic on it, but last August Instagram did acknowledge in post on their own blog saying, like we've noticed, you know, a rise in this, we've noticed more people complaining about this, but they didn't really offer a solution, then they more. So just gave the standard fare of user strong password and used to factor authentication, which isn't really, you know, proactive on this kind of thing, so. Yeah. Okay was good to hear the Instagram's actually taking some proactive moves to, to help users next Euphemia with world of warcraft ever. Chris quest. Yeah. Used to play a lot of. Wow. And then I stopped because I had other things to do. Well, these massive online roleplaying games, they were kind of the exception, I guess they were sort of there are couple these a handful of these games back in the day. But now it's quickly become the norm. You've got you know games like anthem. You've got games like see the's course four night. These are games that. Expect to go on forever as and host of the annual update of the franchise using reliant DLC relying on. The ability purchase digital goods upgrades. How do you feel about that? Because if this is a, this is sort of a way to our bleed you of your money more. I mean they don't have to make a whole new game. And it's they save money that way, also people get new content without having a bye straight up new game subscription fees associated with that. And they can just keep making money that way without as much of the work. I mean obviously like all games, no matter how good they are like we'll stale and they'll make like a new one eventually Yalo to was supposed to last forever. Also. And it kinda got stale. And then they came out dabble with three, which is also really good, same thing. Doda dodo is a game that lasted a really long time and then they came Doda to destiny is a good example. Yeah. Go on for why then. Well destiny. Also didn't have the best eventually get stale. What do you think four nights? We're not gonna there's going to be a fortnight to eventually, like, I there's no doubt that there will be. All right. Last. Check out our latest feature. With gives you an inside. Look at he's smart home. Custom built for wounded veteran slice reminded that tech is just about the shine new gadgets, can actually change lives in a real meaningful way. More of these stories are under Chiang. I'm out. Frank listening.

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"chiang" Discussed on Hostage

Hostage

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"chiang" Discussed on Hostage

"Chiang kai? Shek is one of the most controversial figures in Chinese history to some he was a tarantula despot hungry for power to others. He was a leader doing his best for a country on the brink of collapse on October thirty first eighteen eighty seven in a modest home in the small village of Chico chain KAI Shek was born to a well like salt merchant and his wife this father passed away when China was five leaving his stern disciplinarian mother to support the small family all on her own throughout his life. He would revere his mother as an almost saintly figure in fact years after her death. He gave a speech saying quote now that the trees by her crave have grown tall and thick. I cannot but realize how little I have accomplished and how I have failed to live up to the hopes. She placed in me and quote. At the time. He was the most powerful man in China drawings devotion to his mother had more to do with his image of himself than it did with any actual flesh and blood woman in Chinese culture of the early nineteen hundreds a man had to admit his own inadequacies the best way for a chain to do that was by constantly holding himself up to the impossible ideal of his mother that he had created in his mind. Chang's mother lived a harsh life. She often didn't have time to provide him with the attention. He longed for this led to what historian p Sean low characterizes as a crisis personality, according to low a crisis personality is marked by quote, an inability to respond normally and in due proportion to a wide range of emotional situations. While the same time feeling challenged and psychologically fulfilled when confronted with a crisis and quote this develop. From young Chang's realization that he could get the attention. He wanted by manufacturing crises as a child Chang often suffered severe cuts and burns, and in one instance, he almost drowned all of this merited attention. So he continued to put himself in dangerous situations on this recklessness later served him. Well, allowing him to take military risks. That other shied away from low says that Chiang would feel more normal or creative in situations that required leadership into thority and offered suitable opportunities for the projection of his anxieties and suspicions in his adolescence Chang. Set his sights on military school in the rapidly modernizing nation of Japan. In nineteen zero five he sailed to Japan only to learn that for a Chinese citizen to attend a Japanese military school..

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"chiang" Discussed on The Bangkok Podcast | Expat Life In Thailand Via Expats from Canada

The Bangkok Podcast | Expat Life In Thailand Via Expats from Canada

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"chiang" Discussed on The Bangkok Podcast | Expat Life In Thailand Via Expats from Canada

"So really Ed, what's what's been your experience with train travel in Bangkok? And because this is where all the main lines terminate, but what's been your experience with train travel in Thailand. Okay. I have not taken the train a lot, but once I realized how much cheaper was than airfare, I have taken the train from Bangkok to Chiang by a couple of times I've taken the train out to China berry and I've also taken the train down near movie. So I took the train down there and then I got off the train and we took a boat to smoothly. So I've probably been not that many. I've probably been five, six, maybe seven train rights. It's cheap as before it runs on schedule. I don't know if I would say it's super professional, but it's it's, like I said, so many type. It will rely on it that it's a, it's a, it's a very consistent. I think we're. Liable system like the trains show up when they're supposed to. They leave when they're supposed to their frequent. Like you know the, there's just trains coming and going all the time. And I think it's a unless you're in a real jam or it's like a super holiday. You can almost always get a seat and so the the train trip that I did to Chiang Mai think twice. As you mentioned was the overnight train. I actually recommend this because I don't know exactly your experience. I can't remember the pricing structure, but if you pay for first class, you can. There's a place few to lay down in sleep. So essentially you just get on the train, maybe eight pm or nine PM and you just sleep the whole night..

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"chiang" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"chiang" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"Beware i can get my wishes gril hit as opposed to this virtual reality is the gamed in chiang mai letter i i didn't even know they really were getting down like that you'll megan full out living's there are people who failed architects are here but are architects on the second life game why don't wanna call it game in this respect people because it technically is the second are sucking later a second chance at life it not something but my little doc is the whole point of the dog is that people the people in their real lives are shattered by this because it's like they spend their whole one girl spends eighteen hours in front of the computer on this on her boyfriend just like do like you know be nice if you allow yeah you go to nigger on their or in real a real life she probably got him to get along then all do yes she told me to see him you can have saxon everything how not even hartson's the oh like lace time no like oh that you can make your you can say but technically they probably are getting hot too dependent on if they having the dialogue on emu dissolving the watching poisoning just the animated sometime as far as like the human y'all actually lack into some ecu maize might actually begin off on making their avatar six with a now no one's waiter has l k i mean i'm jed i never had the click a mile.

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"chiang" Discussed on SYFY25: Origin Stories

SYFY25: Origin Stories

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"chiang" Discussed on SYFY25: Origin Stories

"And that was working on newton ruins shuttle with larry tan and sometimes he'd be like here's a new drawing for this thing you're about to build and then there was this point about a month thin when he said the roof of this blanding bay need some detail i'll let you work it out and i remember that feeling like the cetain to me like to work it out though exciting here oh that's great i'm glad you remember that that's what i left by working at island is that there's so much talent there and it took me a long time to actually open up in kind of be more collaborative because no my whole experience grown up was always just keep afraid intimate and that's where early my career i was a controlfreak because it was also use the day and everything myself then it was hard to let that go you know but the minute i realize okay no you know what you gain so much more she let it go and so is like finding those opportunities to to sort of have you guys plus south of his eyes was really exciting yeah that was a fun collaboration process for me too i mean you've also been worldbuilding for so many years let's talk about how you go about starting a project and what the design process looks like whenever you're shaping a new world or universe usually start by talking with a director and and it's really great because that process hasn't changed that all 'cause i usually start without a story but opera script in the first stages the the most fun for me because it's it's really the blue skies sort of lean down the foundation the groundwork for what the movie should be and it's so important to track the visuals with the story line you're matching character arsk matching story lines in so in going through that first phase i usually try to figure it out like an rogue you is really important that we track jin's character arc.

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