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"china daily" Discussed on Women's Media Center Live with Robin Morgan

Women's Media Center Live with Robin Morgan

07:52 min | 5 months ago

"china daily" Discussed on Women's Media Center Live with Robin Morgan

"What will they say of us a hundred years from now? Dare I risk writing to them? Oh, not about the inventions we will live with the technologies, the gimmicks and the fads. About the real stuff perhaps. Perhaps I might borrow from myself from an essay called the word of a woman in my book of the same title, in which I wrote about noshi women's writing that the world learned about in 1991. It was an ancient language device, at least a thousand years earlier, devised in a mountain region of the hunan province in central China. It was a totally female language. The China daily newspaper reported that researchers had uncovered hundreds of stories, poems, songs and letters, written in a unique script invented by rural women for their own secret use. The characters were derived from standard Chinese to represent the syllables of the local dialect. Standard Chinese has no such phonetic base, it uses characters, pictographic to represent meaning only. Chinese linguists believe that the women develop the script because they were forbidden to learn standard writing. Although these texts were numerous comparatively few survive, because women valued them so highly that they willed them to be placed in their coffins. Such intimacy with and loyalty to the created word may seem bizarre to us today to contemporary sensibilities relentlessly assaulted as we are, by commercial hype, political jargon, trendy, buzzwords, and the general cheapening of expression. But it may seem less curious once one realizes that for hundreds of years women used the script to record their hidden emotions, and to communicate with one another surreptitiously. As one knew she author wrote men leave home to brave life in the outside world. But we women are no less courageous. We can create a language they can not understand. The writings gleam with rage at women's lot. At arranged marriages in brutal and vulgar husbands, the right of men to take numerous wives and to divorce women whenever they chose. It enforced chastity for women and required allegiance to one man, even if widowed while young, at beatings, survived, and insults to human dignity endured, at being treated as the woman wrote like slaves. But the tone wasn't always one of suppressed wrath. Some nushu writers mourned the loss of a beloved woman friend to marriage. Thread bound books of poems and songs would be given to a bride, three days after her wedding, tokens of grief, he could no longer spend time with her women, Friends. Commemorative artifacts of the relative freedom of her single life, and talismanic sources of strength to aid her survival as a wife. Apparently the practice of neutral declined once females were permitted access to education. When scholars began researching the script in the 1980s, they could locate only a dozen elderly women still able to read it. And only three could still write it. Yet the language had been preserved alive intact and secret for a thousand years so perhaps it will permit me humbly to adapt it for a mere 100 years. A letter to a reader in 21 22. Dearest friend of my imaginations optimism. Dust whispers as you read this whether from the page, the computer screen or via some other communicative form beyond current comprehension. Intimate dust, brain cell past to brain cell future. These are messages from a human being who bristed enough to have faith in the power of words, even those of her own awkward making. Mad enough to believe that mind must cease treating matter, and matter stop treating mind. As other. So I dare address you from what they call my time, which is not yet my time. And it requires an absurd leap of faith to believe that you are at all. If sentient life on this planet survives even the next hundred years, or if sentient life from else were in the universe, some days sifts curiously or indifferently through the ruins we leave of the ruins we are. What might be said of us it might be said of us they lived in a savage time. They fouled their own home. They ate flesh, ward on one another, kept slaves. They believed that the shape and the color of their shells was of importance. Their politics were even cruder than their technology. They feared their own intelligence and so ignored it. They failed to comprehend the obvious intelligence of their relatives whether dolphin or cactus, eagle or redwood, monkey, lizard, spider, clay, their greatest generosity was in sharing pain. They did not even understand their own energy, much less the field. It will be a subject of some debate from which of two flaws we suffered most, or perished totally. Delusion, or denial. So here is a shred of evidence, a testimony, a minority report a voice from this epoch in which I sometimes live imprisoned. It is the age of nuclear patriarchy. Our androcentric worldview has become a life threatening disease. But it is also one way or the other the age of terminal patriarchy. It will be said of us. How could they not know? If they knew why did they not act? How would I answer you, you of the not yet descendants or someday, perhaps, visitors, how would I answer you so that you might weep for us in pity and not laugh at us in incredulous contempt? Would I whine that we did not really know the extent of the peril that we were kept from knowing the truth? This is true. But it is also an insufficient response. Would I claim that there were many of us.

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US, China ease restrictions on journalists

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

US, China ease restrictions on journalists

"China and the US have agreed to ease restrictions on each other's journalists amid a slight easing of tensions between the two sides the announcement in the official China daily newspaper says the agreement was reached ahead of Tuesday's virtual summit between Chinese leader xi Ching paying I'm president Joe Biden limits on media workers the fuel tensions between the two countries for more than a year under the agreement the U. S. will issue one year multiple entry visas to Chinese Janice the report says China will reciprocate by granting equal treatment once the US policies take effect on

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"china daily" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"china daily" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"A million miles away, but just a short drive to Brown County. Brown County Log. Kevin's calm around County Log cabins. Traffic's a bitch. They're mad Bear is a beast for instant updates. Follow him on Twitter at telling you. Why DC Traffic Way danced, cried way. This is very funny story about Joe Biden. And it has to do with the travel man. Let's have a blast. Sorry. I was just reading how one of the Propagandists of China and the China Daily you, bureau chief. Send way walk. Brilliant on plants in his name, right? Less than 24 hours before Secretary disinformation. Mike Pompeo is gone for good time to celebrate this because Secretary Pompeo tweeted out. I determine that the People's Republic of China is committing genocide and crimes against humanity in Jing Yang China, targeting weak, weaker Muslims and members of other ethnic and religious minority groups. Justice we discussed Tony Katz. Tony caps today. It's good to be with you on Facebook. Tony Katz radio. The phone number feel free call in 833 got Tony 8334688669. If this Propaganda machine from China Daily can call the secretary of state, the secretary of disinformation. Without a warning label from Twitter that in and of itself The whole question the whole problem. Why would that language Be allowed. If President Trump's language is not what we are looking for, is consistency. Holding people to the standard is important. It absolutely positively. Is important. And when they don't live up to the standard, it is our job. To shine the light and say you're not living up to the standard. You want.

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"china daily" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"china daily" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Their Midtown East location is open for outdoor dining as well as take out the one in Westchester County, which is My favorite location where Dominic is going to take me out with his wife, Vic, My husband and I. They're open for indoor and outdoor dining. And I love the place, obviously not just because they support Lydia reports. But speaking of reports, I found this article that I thought was very interesting that one of China's main propaganda outlets check this out. Has paid American newspapers nearly $19 million for advertising and printing expenses over the past four years, according to documents filed with the Justice Department. China Daily, an English language newspaper controlled by the Chinese Communist Party, the same party that is responsible for the Corona virus spreading across the world. Yes, I had to put that in there has paid more than $4.6 Million, so the Washington Post's and nearly $6 million to The Wall Street Journal since November of 2016. Both newspapers have published paid supplements that giant China daily produces called China Watch. The inserts or looked are designed to look like they're real news articles, but meanwhile they contain like a pro Beijing spin on like news events. How ridiculous is this? That the Chinese Communist Party is supplementing the income the revenue of our American newspapers? You can help once that we're talking about The Washington Post. They got four point 6,000,006 million. So The Wall Street Journal They've also given 50 thousands of the New York Times The Des Moines Register 35,000. They have also paid out more than 7.6 million to newspapers and printing companies for its newspaper for US based readers. I mean, The Los Angeles Times were all of these newspapers so you can't help But wonder is this why? Ah lot of the mainstream media outlets Now I'm just throwing this out there, but you can't help but wonder because you can't offend the revenue. You can't offend the advertisers right because they're struggling. Is this why they put the spin that it's all President Trump's fault that 300,000 and not the Chinese Communist Party? Is that what this is about? Because we know it's their fault. We know it's the Communist Party's fault. At the wool hand virus spread across the world, because if they had just been up front from the beginning about how contagious it was, That's why Dr Fauci and all these other scientists were wrong in the beginning. Not there. It's not their fault they were wrong because they were misled. Bite the Chinese authorities by the World Health Organization who believe China that it couldn't be spread human to human. It wasn't at that contagious, and now we know it was all a lie, and that's why it spread to Italy and it spread all over the world. So put that in there. That you would hear reports brought to you by Benjamin Steakhouse A cut above the rest, check out their special that Benjamin steakhouse dot com right mainstream media. Aren't you sick of it? We were part of the mainstream media for a very long time. And I'm very disappointed with what I see. Like Jim Acosta for CNN. He's like the main White House correspondent. He claims that he's been getting death threats. Do you believe him? I couldn't have him. Cover me if I if I were in office, I just couldn't do it. I just couldn't do it. What would you do? I told you yesterday he I would let him finish. My you would tell me in private. Let's say you are my communications director. You would say, Dominic. Listen, he works for CNN. You gotta take the question. You've got to be respectful, You know, Leadership leadership. And I would say yes, Lydia. Yes, Yes, Yes, yes. And then we go in public, and I point to him to take this question. But that couldn't avoid them any further And he'd ask this question and I would little We looked at him and tell him to kiss my and and I would probably storm off to stay. It's a kiss your black Here's my aunt. I would storm or and then and then you and I. We get in private and you would go ballistic. And I would say I'm sorry. I just can't because Ed Koch used to be the same way right, Koch It was Giuliani of Times and with Giuliani sometimes it was never personal. Whenever I would question Giuliani, but sometimes I would be the Jim Acosta Jim Acosta would be me. Yeah, Then you know these reporters. They're just so disrespectful. They're just doing it for cloud. They're doing it for Instagram followers are not doing in the career trying it and Jim Acosta's case, he wrote a book. You're trying to stand out. You're trying to stand out right? So if you could be the nemesis, you know, then off someone like a trump. You're now on a world stage with the president of the United States. Right? You know, And speaking of disrespect, there's no question. I know we have a lot of callers about that situation at the hotel. Now it's I don't know We don't want to know 100% of its racist. It looks like it's racist. Because I'm reading the article. Even further the phone she wasn't even sure if it looked like hers, because there was a case on it. Right. So why did that White lady go after the one kid in the hotel? The 14 year old and let's not forget the other story of the day. We've got lots of phone calls to get to But Alec Baldwin's wife, You know another faker, another caring another cry. I mean, she's been pretending to be Spanish. It says it on her bio, And meanwhile, the lady is as white as white can be. She's from Boston. But I want that lady that a woman at the hotel to be arrested for assaulting a minor. Okay, I think you should just have to apologize, and then everybody. Some of the phone calls, let's go to Cory from the Bronx. Good morning, Cory. You're on w A B C Good morning. How you were. Well, go right ahead. Quarry. Yes. Oh, uh, regarding the hotel incident. I think that just shows what our society is about. I think she freaked out. Because she's missing her phone. And we're so attached to our phone, social media. All the contacts in my phone's probably has a whole life in the phone. We don't even have computers anymore in our house because we use our phone. On. DCI is freaking.

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"china daily" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"china daily" Discussed on 600 WREC

"China. This pack review story. The Wall Street Journal did not respond to a request. For comment about its relationship with China daily. The Los Angeles Times also did not respond to requests for comment. Beijing controlled news outlet paid US newspapers Million's to publish propaganda this year. That's the headline from Biz Pack Review. On one hand, some of these Publication CNN but primarily primarily publications when publications print publications. Their loss of audience is staggering. If we have had that kind of loss of audience here in D I b. There's some question as to whether we would still be here. That's all you guarantee you We wouldn't have taken check on money. That the loss of audience of some of these newspapers websites is staggering. And you know that some of them were starting to sell out. Starting to merge. They've been sued by any number of people number of times they've paid out millions because they're really banded journalism. Linwood has scored Bazillions of dollars. The Washington Post CNN for the Covington kids and others. Well, according to this story, these publications have been kept afloat. By communist China. An English language newspaper, controlled by the Chinese Communist Party's propaganda department, paid US media companies, nearly $2 million for printing and advertising expenses. Over the past six months, even amid heightened scrutiny over Beijing's disinformation efforts in the West, and according to this This bank review. China Daily paid The Wall Street Journal more than $85,000. The Los Angeles Times more than $340,000 For advertising campaigns between May and October of 2020 now Have to tell you. That paying the Wall Street journal $85,000 is not going to mean a thing to keeping them afloat. So I don't know what that is. But that's $85,000 is the definition of chump change When you're talking about News Corp Which is Rupert Murdoch, which his family, which owns the Wall Street's 85 grand is not that 85 grand would not. Constitute keeping the Wall Street Journal of Float. China Daily paid foreign policy magazine $100,000. They pay the UK based financial times $223,000. They paid the Canadian paper Global Male $132,000. It's all for advertising campaigns. They paid several newspaper companies a total of $1,154,000 for printing costs. Including 110 grand in the L A Times. $92,000 to the Houston Chronicle. 76 Grand of the Boston Globe. Hey, look, every little bit helps, but So advertising campaign could be anything. Have the The mother report. You know the mother report. You know what the extent of Russian meddling was that they spent 200 grand on Facebook ads after The 2016 election. Some American newspapers have cut ties with China daily in response to the criticism of the pay for print arrangements. The New York Times quietly scrubbed its website of advertorial that it had published is part of a deal that it had with China daily. The bottom line of this folks for the amounts Is that the chai calms. Are helping American journalism. The chai calms air helping defray the costs of American journalism by Buying phony advertising campaigns just do infuse cash. The amounts here are not enough to keep any of these operations running, but they are enough. To be of assistance. It is just public. No wonder, and it's all propaganda. By the way, the chai calms. Hope, Francis. I know if you've heard about this Pope Francis hosts MBA players to talk Social justice. In an unprecedented meeting delegation of five NBA players and several officials from the NBA Players Association. We're at the Vatican today. This morning. There's five or six hours ahead. For a private audience with you, Papa. Pope Francesco. To discuss their work on social justice issues. An assistant to Pope Francis reached out to the Players Association last week indicating Il Papa. Wanted to learn more about how players had recently brought attention to pressing social justice issue is And economic inequality and what they planned for the future. The NBA Players Union agreed and quickly shed golden overnight flight Sunday to make their private meeting with little Papa. Which happened at 11:45 A.m. local time. This morning at the Vatican. With training camp set to open on December, 1st players in union officials had to squeeze the trip in now. Did you know that this weekend in a college football game between Purdue and Minnesota that instead of the names of the players on the back of the Minnesota uniforms that red end racism On every every Jersey. The backs. Black football players living their best lives to top colleges being given free education cause They're athletes. They Did not where their names on the jerseys they wrote. End racism, end racism. I don't know something. So I got some victims of racism. They are free education. Free training table. I don't know. The pope. The pope must not be outdone. Instead of working on the sins of abortion. Or the systematic ruin of his own church. Little Papa has some basketball players to the Vatican to talk about how they kneeled and painted black lives matter on their courts playing courts. You know, that was so helpful to the cause. So maybe it'll Papa wants to know how to paint black lives matter on Saint Peter's Basilica rush within minds,.

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"china daily" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"china daily" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"They've paid out millions because they're really banded journalism. Linwood has scored Bazillions of dollars. The Washington Post CNN for the Covington kids and others. Well, According to this story, these publications have been kept afloat by communist China. An English language newspaper, controlled by the Chinese Communist Party's propaganda department, paid US media companies nearly $2 million for printing and advertising expenses. Over the past six months, even amid heightened scrutiny over Beijing's disinformation efforts in the West. And according to this This pack review. China Daily paid The Wall Street Journal more than $85,000. The Los Angeles Times more than $340,000 For advertising campaigns between May and October of 2020 now Have to tell you. That paying the Wall Street journal $85,000 is not going to mean a thing to keeping them afloat. So I don't know what that is. But that's $85,000 is the definition of chump change When you're talking about News Corp Which is Rupert Murdoch, which his family, which owns the Wall Street's 85 grand is nothing 85 grand would not Constitute keeping the Wall Street Journal afloat. China Daily paid foreign policy magazine $100,000. They pay the UK based financial times $223,000. They paid the Canadian paper, Globe and Mail $132,000. It's all for advertising campaigns. They paid several newspaper companies a total of $1,154,000 for printing costs. Including 110 grand in the L A Times. $92,000 to the Houston Chronicle. 76 Grand of the Boston Globe. Hey, look, every little bit helps, but So advertising campaign could be anything. Yeah, that The mother report. You know the mother report. You know what the extent of Russian meddling was that they spent 200 grand on Facebook ads after The 2016 election. Some American newspapers have cut ties with China daily in response to the criticism of the pay for print arrangements. The New York Times quietly scrubbed its website of advertorial that it had published is part of a deal that it had with China daily. Bottom line of this folks for the amounts is that the chai calms. Are helping American journalism. The chai calms air helping defray the costs of American journalism. By buying phony advertising campaigns. Just do you infuse cash? The amount here are not enough to keep any of these operations running, but they are enough. To be of assistance. It is just public. No wonder and it's all propaganda. By the way the child comes. Hope, Francis. I know if you've heard about this Pope Francis hosts NBA players to talk Social justice In an unprecedented meeting of delegation of five NBA players and several officials from the NBA Players Association. We're at the Vatican today. This morning. There's five or six hours ahead. For a private audience with you, Papa. Pope Francesco. To discuss their work on social justice issues. An assistant to Pope Francis reached out to the Players Association last week indicating Il Papa. Wanted to learn more about how players had recently brought attention to pressing social justice issue is And economic inequality and what they planned for the future. The NBA Players Union agreed and quickly shed golden overnight flight Sunday to make their private meeting with little Papa. Which happened at 11:45 A.m. local time. This morning at the Vatican, with training camp set to open on December 1st players in union officials and a squeeze the trip in now. Did you know that this weekend in a college football game between Purdue and Minnesota that instead of the names of the players on the back of the Minnesota uniforms that red end racism On every every Jersey. The backs. Black football players living their best lives to top colleges being given free education cause They're athletes. They Did not where their names on the jerseys they wrote. End racism, end racism. I order something somewhere. I got some victims of racism. They are free education. Free training table. I don't know. The pope. The pope must not be outdone. Instead of working on the sins of abortion. Or the systematic ruin of his own church. Little Papa has some basketball players to the Vatican to talk about how they kneeled and painted black lives matter on their courts playing courts. You know, that was so helpful to the cause. So maybe it'll Papa wants to know how to paint black lives matter on.

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"china daily" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"china daily" Discussed on WGN Radio

"These China Daily Seals announcement stop. Well as we saw this we they did stop and I think the markets little nervous. And with the harvest pressure, it became a don't worry about scale of selling. Just just get 50 60 70% sold depending on your farm situation. Now, as growers are making some sales here heading into harvest, perhaps their beans. They're going to hold a town. They don't want to worry about storage. Given the rally the pace of this rally is it worth while exploring re ownership positions on soybeans sold here heading into harvest. I think eventually what I'm gonna do, where suggest is that we could have a bigger harvest. Pull back that what We were thinking that you know, we pull back, you know? Ideally, Mike, if you make a sale up here, you watch this market pull back to a 9 49 25 nice retracement level, then it's a lot easier to buy him back there. But if somebody makes a sale, and it's really worried about missing out on the topside, you can always return it with a call option that same day. Gotcha. Now let's take a look at the wheat market. We haven't spent a lot of time on wheat rally right in concert with corn and soybeans, and then subsequently under pressure like corn and soybeans. Here, is we We round out this week, Dwayne Is the wheat market just goingto liver died by what happens in the other road crop markets. I think what the market is living and dying buyer right now is actually Russian wheat prices. There are escalating higher. That's good. That helps our rally. However, earlier in this week, we saw Russia get all the Egyptian. We tender business they had out there, and I think our markets were just a little bit disappointed that they shouldn't be. We tend to rally the market higher on higher Russian prices and forget that they're still priced under us by quite a ways. That's why Egypt bias Russia and then Mark. It pulls back because oh, that's right. We're still overpriced, and.

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TikTok urges US court order to block Trump ban

BTV Simulcast

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

TikTok urges US court order to block Trump ban

"Okay, Rich. Thank you. So much. A story Has Linda just touched on a US judge will hear Tic Tac's call for President Trump's bad to be halted later Thursday, as Chinese State media slam is moved. They say the oracle deal is quote a dirty and underhanded trick. With the China daily, likening US demands to a gangster, forcing an unreasonable deal on a legitimate company. The Global Times calls the Oracle deal, quote an unpalatable gambit and accuses Washington of

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"china daily" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:17 min | 2 years ago

"china daily" Discussed on No Agenda

"And you're taking money from a foreign government to publish it. When, it's very hostile to this country. What could possibly go Roy? Now? Of course you revealed to US months ago. And when I saw the press release, it was only two papers that were mentioned that we're money for these so-called paid ads, and it was the The Washington Post and the Wall Street Journal, but I didn't see the New York. Times! That's what I thought, too, but I don't see listed. Well, that's odd yeah, and of course they do. The the China Daily, which may be a different publication are taking money for I'm not sure exactly why, but everywhere I was said to newspapers Oh, it's the post and the Times. It was posted the Wall Street. Journal I was very surprised. anyway let's move over to the political landscape and on the broader picture I'm. There's also political warfare. The Chinese Communist Party has the general. Political Department. Under they call it the the liaison department. We heard about Russian interference in elections, the General Political Department of the Chinese Communist Party hundreds liaison department, as a is a full scale operation for political warfare. It has an entire military branch dedicated to political warfare. The exact thing that people were trying to warn about with Russia. There's an entire military branch under the Chinese regime dedicated to that and I believe they've also been here in. Austin Texas as A. What these guys do, is they they try to corrupt governors and I presume mayors. POMPEII went out in his spoke to the governor's about this specifically monster. We've had to clip do it months ago, and he said Hey. The A name with your list on WHO's friendly. Last year SR, twenty eighteen Austin's mayor, the honorable Steven Adler led an economic development mission to Asia with the Texas Growth Fund and I don't know who paid for it or now these things it's usually pretty good to have foreign investment in your in your city, spotlight innovation set to propel US cities. Austin ties with China. Okay, that's all fine, but then. I see the headline while Austin's in crisis, this is from January. twenty-fifth. Mayor escapes on Lavish Holiday. He's posted pictures of himself and his family. Now this is before corona really hit, so we really know that this was a bad thing. He was had a lavish. In China. You. Just got a thing. Gee, I'd love to see the receipts. Did you pay for all of that yourself? Mary Lee and like live would think it's highly unlikely as well so I'd like to know about that, but this is what's going on even in our little Texas town now to the cultural part, and so the bigger picture during the. During the Cold War with the Soviet Union between the US, and the Soviet Union mainly was what the Soviets called ideological subversion. This is this is the idea of. How do you wage war on a country? How do you spark revolutions in country? How do you? How do you change the culture of a country without waging open warfare on them? And so these days they have what they call short of war tactics pushing years. You're bit. You're pushing your aggression, and you're right to the boundary of what would constitute open warfare, but you never crossed that line so Russia does that Iran, does it. Many countries do at China's very aggressive on it the Chinese regime. They would call it. Unrestricted warfare that outlines three different categories of warfare, non-military, trans military and unconventional military, and it includes things. Economic warfare include things like cultural warfare drug warfare, psychological warfare drug warfare for example. Where does. Come from. Where do these synthetic drugs come from? They come from. Where did they? Where did the drug cartels in Latin America get their precursor chemicals from China. In fact, there is an interesting story recently, saying that the cartels are having trouble manufacturing the drugs right now because they were getting their ingredients from factory and Wuhan, where the epicenter of the viruses that can't get there. They can't get their ingredients their drugs right now. What is culture warfare? It is how how do you impact the culture of a country who controls Hollywood right now? Who controls a lot of the talent houses the Chinese Communist Party I mean through their different companies. Off Talent. Houses AMC theaters is under one of their major companies. If companies if films want to get into the Chinese, market, which they need these days for the box office, they have to fall. The Chinese regimes regulations on films. This includes supporting core socialist values as the would call it, and because the standards are so tight, and also not clearly defined, which means that a lot of them have incentive to go above and beyond normal censorship, but self-censorship some of them, even toper deuce films with Chinese studios so that they can be sure that they're in line with what the Chinese regime is looking for can I can draw the obvious conclusion that the investments from the. In twitter facebook. Google search. Expansive relationships. That they are censoring censoring at. At first I thought it was only for the ads, but just imagine what kind of trouble CCP can can mean for read it. Who Basically got a saving investment of? Was it three hundred million dollars? So. Hey. You want us to freeze the Donald Trump. No problem frozen got it for whatever they want. They'll do it. People are flawed. Lame it. This has a name. The struggle session I got this from. The book of Knowledge Struggle Session was a form of public humiliation and torture. That was used by the Communist Party of China at various times in the mall era, particular years immediately before, and after the establishment of the People's Republic of China. During the Cultural Revolution, the aim of a struggle session was to shape public opinion and humiliate persecute or execute political rivals in those deemed class enemies is pretty textbook stuff. In didn't happen just night. You know it's not like China woke up one. Hey, but think about it. Who really opens up for decades? Oh? Yeah, especially what we saw when trump got into screw things up. They had to put it in high gear. That's right, and so the fine to get him out. Yes! I agree and the and the Guy I don't have it in in these clips. The guy says the problem is. That the one thing they can't control is what the Chinese people see happening here. Because the great firewall of China is of course, bullcrap, a lot of ways around it. You know you can't actually segregate in the way they're doing it China. From. The rest of the Internet and stuff gets into has to be smuggled in a thumb drive and wants, but stuff is getting in what they can have is having the Chinese people who are very happy in general. I believe because I came from thirty years ago from up now the is decent and they got phones and they got. McDonald jams traffic jams. They've got all the great stuff now. is they can't see that. It's so much better.

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"china daily" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"china daily" Discussed on No Agenda

"Think Chinese. Disinformation is a problem and you're taking money from a foreign government to publish it. When it's very hostile to this country. What could possibly go Roy now? Of course, you revealed to US months ago. and. When I saw the press release, it was only two papers that were mentioned that we're money for these so-called paid ads, and it was the The Washington. Post and the Wall Street Journal but I didn't see the New York. Times that's what I thought, too, but I don't see listed. Well, that's odd yeah, and of course they do the the China Daily, which may be a different publication are taking money for I'm not sure exactly why, but everywhere I was said to newspapers Oh? It's the Post and the Times. It was posted the Wall Street Journal. I was very surprised. anyway let's move over to the political landscape and on the broader picture I'm there's also political warfare. The Chinese Communist Party has the General Political Department. Under, they call it the the liaison department. We heard about Russian interference in elections the General Political Department of the Chinese Communist, party hundreds liaison department, as a is a full scale operation for political warfare. It has an entire military branch dedicated to political warfare. The exact thing that people were trying to warn about with Russia there's an entire military branch under the Chinese regime dedicated to that and I believe they've also been here in Austin Texas as A. What these guys do, is they they try to corrupt governors and I presume mayors Pompeii went out in his spoke to the governor's about this specifically monster. We've had to clip do it months ago and he said Hey. The got a name with your list on WHO's friendly. Last year SR twenty eighteen Austin's mayor, the honorable Steven Adler led an economic development mission to Asia with the Texas Growth Fund, and I don't know who paid for it or now these things it's usually pretty good to have foreign investment in your in your city spotlight innovation set to propel us. Cities Austin ties with China. Okay, that's all fine, but then. I see the headline while Austin's in crisis. This is from January. twenty-fifth. Mayor escapes on Lavish Holiday He's posted pictures of himself and his family now. This is before corona hit, so we really know that this was a bad thing. He was had a lavish holiday in China. He just got a thing. Gee, I'd love to see the receipts. Did you pay for all of that yourself? Mary Lee unlike. Live would think it's highly unlikely as well so I'd like to know about that, but this is what's going on even in our little Texas town now to the cultural part, and so the bigger picture during the. During the Cold War with the Soviet, union between the US and the Soviet. Union, mainly was what the Soviets called ideological subversion. This is this is the idea of. How do you wage war on a country? How do you spark revolutions in country? How do you? How do you change the culture of a country without waging open warfare on them? And so these days they have what they call war tactics pushing years. You're bit. You're pushing your aggression, and you're right to the boundary of what would constitute open warfare, but you never crossed that line so Russia does that Iran, does it many countries do at China's very aggressive on it the Chinese regime. They would call it unrestricted warfare that outlines three different categories of warfare, non-military, trans military and unconventional military, and it includes things. Economic warfare include things like cultural warfare drug warfare, psychological warfare drug warfare, for example. Where does. Come from. Where do these synthetic drugs come from? They come from. Where did they? Where did the drug cartels in Latin America get their precursor chemicals from China in fact there is an interesting story recently, saying that the cartels are having trouble manufacturing the drugs right now because they were getting their ingredients from factory and Wuhan where the epicenter of the viruses that can't get there. They can't get their ingredients their drugs right now. What is culture warfare? It is how how do you impact the culture of a country who controls Hollywood right now? Who controls a lot of the talent houses? The Chinese Communist Party I mean through their different companies. Off Talent houses AMC. Theaters is under one of their major companies. If companies if films want to get into the Chinese market which they need these days for the box office, they have to fall the Chinese regimes regulations on films. This includes supporting core socialist values as the would call it, and because the standards are so tight, and also not clearly defined, which means that a lot of them have incentive to go above and beyond normal censorship, but self-censorship some of them even tow produce films with Chinese studios so that they can be sure that they're in line with what the Chinese regime is looking for can. I can draw the obvious conclusion that the investments from the. In twitter facebook. Google search. Expansive relationships. That they are self censoring. They're censoring at. At first I thought it was only for the ads, but just imagine what kind of trouble CCP can can mean for read it. Got A saving investment of three hundred million dollars. So? Hey you want us to freeze the Donald Trump no problem frozen got it for whatever they want. They'll do it. People are flawed. Lame it. This has a name. The struggle session I got this from. The book of Knowledge Struggle Session was a form of public humiliation and torture. That was used by the Communist Party of China at various times in the mall era, particular years immediately before and after the establishment of the People's Republic of China during the Cultural Revolution, the aim of a struggle session was to shape public opinion and humiliate persecute execute political rivals in those deemed class. Enemies is pretty textbook stuff. In didn't happen just overnight. You know it's not like China woke up one. Hey, but think about it. Who really opens up for decades? Oh, yeah, especially what we saw when trump got into screw things up. They had to put it in high gear. That's right, and so the fine to get him out. Yes I agree and the and the Guy I don't have it in in these clips. The guy says the problem is. That the one thing they can't control is what the Chinese people see happening here. Because the great firewall of China is of course, bullcrap, a lot of ways around it, you know you can't actually segregate in the way they're doing it, China from the rest of the Internet and stuff gets into has to be smuggled in a thumb drive and wants, but stuff is getting in what they can have is having the Chinese people who are very happy in general I believe because I came from thirty years ago from up now the is decent and they got phones and they got. McDonald jammed traffic jams. They've got all the great stuff now. is they can't see that. It's so much better.

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"china daily" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"china daily" Discussed on No Agenda

"The is, but. These guys also have labs in China to over there and they're working there for a little bit. They'll come back and they. Will we'll get to all of that. Let's move on beyond the medical to really the three warfares doctrine that the Chinese I believe have been waging on us. Get from the surface standpoint. It is very much cold war, but when it comes to the they talk about worldview warfare, they talk about the three warfares in fact, adopted into their military code is the three warfares doctrine. Which is media, warfare, psychological warfare and legal warfare? Is The war tour, hearts and minds we would call it, but on a very very large scale integrated fully into their military and done outside of the spectrum of normal warfare. You know for example, China Daily. Had just had to disclose finally. It's far documents showing money. It was giving two different. Is the foreign agent. Registration Act if you are lobbying on behalf of four, and this is basically what put. Paul Manafort in jail because he didn't file those papers to run its propaganda. China Daily was already was already registered as a foreign agent to the Chinese Communist Party more recently under the State Department. It's now classified as a foreign mission. Of the CCP. When you're foreign mission, you're a branch at the Chinese government. And so major US newspapers were taking hundreds of thousands of dollars each collectively millions of dollars from what is really a branch of the Chinese government the Chinese Communist Party to publish. It's propaganda under under gender china-watch. They call it now from their standpoint, they would say oh. It's labeled as advertisement. It's an advertisement. The question is you know they were these that some of the amounts that are making a big deal about Russian disinformation, affecting our elections. If you. If you look at this question of well, you think Russian. Information's have problems. We don't think Chinese. Disinformation is a problem and you're taking money from a foreign government to publish it. When it's very hostile to this country. What could possibly go Roy now? Of course, you revealed to US months ago. When. I saw the press release. It was only two papers that were mentioned that we're money for these so-called paid ads, and it was the The Washington Post and the wall. Street Journal but I didn't see the New York. Times that's what I thought, too, but I don't see listed. Well that's odd yeah,.

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Together Apart focuses on how we get together when we cant

podnews

02:34 min | 2 years ago

Together Apart focuses on how we get together when we cant

"Newsletter The latest from our newsletter pod News Dot net vox nest and spreaker have integrated with Nielsen Audience Segments allowing specific advertising targeting for podcasts willing to how Nielsen Audience Segments works in our show notes and newsletter today. Yesterday we've got all excited after lips INS. Rob Walsh spotted that podcasts had been removed from Google play music. Ios APP. Google tells us we actually have never had podcasts and Google play music on IOS. We didn't know Google Arvo sending some people in early. Invite to something called the Google podcasts manager and analytics tool which quote helps you get to know your audience better and reach Mu Listeners. We've asked for a bit more information. And if you will tennis will bring it to you. Squad cars from announced a partnership with Dolby laboratories the partnership promises automatic leveling Eq- noise reduction an quotes specialized audio function. The claims to make you and your guests sound and feel like you're sonically in the same room. Podcasting is growing in China. According to a piece in the Chinese government's China Daily Caprice includes financial information for the biggest APPs in the country including Himalayas. Fm King FM AND FM paid content is in decline notes by heart media. Monkey have signed a multi year agreement for content including new podcasts. The media gator off com says that almost half of people have come across foresaw misleading information about the corona virus in the past. Week only studio working from home but they've posted a slew of platform and feature updates. And podcast movement is highlighted page highlighting top side hustles for podcasters. That need extra income. Thunderbirds are go. Apparently sending rockets to Mars to search for signs of past life from the birds are go mission to. Mars is a ten part series made to teach children about the EXO Mars mission produced by fun kids with support from the UK Space Agency and voice talent from the TV series fund. Birds go hands together apart. His new podcast from the New York Times with Korea. Parker just two weeks in the making after previous show was affected by the virus. It's produced by magnificent noise and focuses on events that have now been made virtual. And how we meaningfully gather even while we have to be a part the first episode focuses on

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"china daily" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

11:35 min | 2 years ago

"china daily" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"But it costs that in today's dollars is actually less than the relief program the Congress is actually has already passed the cut the idea is to use you simply select the curve and reduce the number of cases overall by making sure that people who do get infected don't go in and spread the disease even farther and that contact tracing that would happen happened with couldn't quite close hundreds of thousands maybe millions of Americans many of whom are really out of work because of their economic disruption this is created and that it would be it would be a program based in somebody's own community aimed at stamping out the virus in that community Americans trust their neighbors their friends and their local government a lot more than maybe the federal government this is awaited we could say about the virus really community by community and this really is involving the public health experts getting them out in the field in these towns in the cities well in the cool thing about this is it could be more than just the public health experts which we don't have enough epidemiologists in the United States to learn some kind of massive program like this what we have to rely on you people from the community who have at least a little bit of expertise or could even be some expertise so that they can then deploy their whole communities consider the fact we've got you know seven thousand Peace Corps volunteers who defend who will write back to the US they don't have anything to do maybe they could be put to work as contact tracers there are you know almost a hundred thousand volunteer through americorps who might be able to let you use their skills to to work in their own communities to stamp out a contact race and eventually stamp out the virus other people who were just sort of average Americans you can't be caught a simple procedure in places like China daily re appropriated secretaries and administrative specialist to be able to do just one thing maybe you can people how to put on protective gear or taking it off safely one all items you can train somebody in really quickly that they can then begin contributing to this broader effort the pieces available online at the hill dot com we're talking with reed Wilson in one part of the story if you could explain that the U. S. quote needs to take a page from countries with far weaker health systems what can we learn from those nations which specifically are you referring to so in talking to a lot of experts they say that the western countries that developed countries we tend to over invest in hospitals and medication if the big technologies that that they can treat people when they're really sick in poor countries they don't have the ability to invest in those sorts of hospitals trucks that you know that the medical technologies what they do yeah I do very well though is that sort of community based surveillance they know that if they want to stamp out some scary disease like Ebola or the coronavirus you need to catch it when it's really small as opposed to catching up when it's over when it's over one of their health system so those poor countries are really good at sending people out into their local communities identifying the cases when there are just a few and making sure that those cases don't become don't pollute throughout the entire community so we can take a payment from a country like Liberia which when they saw their first coat of arms case they have collectively contact rate and they've only had three or four confirmed cases that's a huge step for a country that otherwise might be just overwhelmed and this is the headline health experts calling for Roosevelt's channel programs to kill the virus and revive the economy read Wilson of the hill newspaper thank you for being with us thanks a lot in other news the acting navy secretary Thomas Moseley has submitted his resignation after fanning the flames of the controversy over a corona virus outbreak on board the USS Theodore Roosevelt today's resignation comes a day after transcripts and audio of an inflammatory speech in which mostly defended his decision to fire captain Brad crozier as the commander of the aircraft carrier that house to five thousand sailors and airmen mostly relief captain crozier of his command on the Roosevelt last week after a letter that the captain wrote pleading for help with corona virus outbreak on the ship had leaked to the media and this is what the then acting secretary told those sailors I wanted to come out his first okay cases on here I was actually here after I university off Los Angeles level nor in the situation here your seo the staff very early on in this crisis Sunday I told them that I wanted to come out of the ship it would be okay be too disruptive I told him that because I wanted to be able to help anything else you need is as vast of effort was under way to get you guys healthy clean and safe he said he felt like things were under control is a concern today or so before things are moving quickly but things you still want to get more bands but he didn't think it was necessary he also talked to my chief of staff email back and forth with them on Sunday night he sent that email email went out to a broad audience is people I know that I mentioned over twenty it was reported more than that he was picked up by the San Francisco Chronicle which published sensitive information about the material conditions of the naval warship I didn't think it was my opinion that if you didn't think that information was that was going to get out into the public in this information age that we live in the commanding officers of like this that from the acting navy secretary Thomas the only who today submitted his resignation he also later apologized for those comments meanwhile a top White House adviser starkly warning the trump administration in late January that the coronavirus crisis could cost the U. S. trillions of dollars and put millions of Americans at risk of illness or death the warning written by Peter Navarro who is the president's trade adviser it's the highest level alert known to have circulated inside the White House in the memo published in The New York Times he wrote the following quote the lack of immune protection or an existing cure or vaccine would leave Americans defenseless in the case of a full blown corona virus outbreak on US soil this lack of protection elevates the risk of the corona virus involving into full full blown pandemic imperiling the lives of millions of Americans that from Peter Navarro and today the national economic council director Larry Kudlow was asked about it well our job there's a lot of voices in the administration so I say it's more urgent than I was at all at all I can say is the presence of Jackson back in January with the travel ban with China he was very controversial at the time he was criticized by a whole lot on his grounds did anyway and I think that started a whole series of events as more information came and then came the task force then they move from containment to medication and so forth and so on I don't want to get my view I know I'm a presidential staffer pricing would you expect me to say I think he's done a great job I think this transparent rates job I think the task force done a great job and yet you know what I was going to say that as I mentioned on here just a moment ago there's some very early evidence of supply now I can't sit probe right now that's not my area we'll wait for investor Berkson Tony thatch in others we we we have we've done what we needed to do and I think it's bearing results and we are looking to reopen the economy as soon as we can but we gotta get a green light from the health folks is no question about that I don't think about that I just I you know I just can't answer I won't I don't want to go there because I never saw them and the man of the follow up I was I'm I'm on the economic side I and that's from Larry Kudlow and again the memo stating quoted the lack of immune protection or an existing cure or vaccine would leave Americans defenseless in the case of a full blown pandemic that from Peter Navarro a memo that was circulated inside the west wing in in January well the blame game continues and now the president blaming the WHL in a tweet today saying the World Health Organization really blew it for some reason funded largely by the United States yet very China centric we will be giving that a good look fortunately I rejected their advice on keeping our borders open to China early on why did they give us such faulty recommendation that from the president earlier today on Twitter at real Donald Trump with former Republican congressman mark meadows now taking the helm as the White House chief of staff another shake up today in the trump administration press secretary and communications director Stephanie Grisham is returning to the east wing she will now serve as the chief of staff to First Lady melania trump she returned to that office having never held a single White House briefing during her tenure this past year as White House communications director and press secretary healing Akkineni is leading the president's reelection campaign to serve as the new White House press secretary she by the way becomes the president's fourth press secretary in as many years and she's been a fierce defender of the president in television interviews and through the campaign in late February during a fox news interview she downplayed the threat of this pandemic absolutely this president will always put America first he will always protect American citizens we will not see diseases like the coronavirus come here we will not see terrorism come here and isn't that refreshing when contrasting it with the awful presidency of president Obama that's from Kayleigh McEnany who is now the new White House press secretary taking the helm from Stephanie Grisham also been Williamson who served as congressman meadows chief of staff on Capitol Hill he has a new role since senior communications adviser in the White House again all part of a staff shake up in the west wing during an interview with Tucson Arizona radio station KVLY radio the director of the CDC Robert Redfield was asked about the potential death toll as a result of this pandemic hitting all fifty states mark your younger composers are taking to social distancing recommendations to heart and I think that would you direct consequence why you're seeing the numbers are going to be much much much much lower that's from the CDC director well the president has fired the chairman of the federal panel the Congress created to oversee his administration's management of the two trillion dollar stimulus package passed last month Glenn fine who's been the acting Pentagon inspector general is now being replaced by Sean o'donnell he.

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"china daily" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

11:21 min | 2 years ago

"china daily" Discussed on No Agenda

"They've owned it literally with their promos that people on stage embassador. So is it really that bad and can I have a message for our friends of the CCP? You've got me. I cannot defeat through any spam filtering mechanism your incessant need to spam me with your cheap ass. No touch thermometers. I can't block this stuff I know you don't get any spam but the ever gotten natch the no touches the no touch the Monitor. It's like it's like a plague. You can't get rid of it no matter what you do unless you blocked the term thermometer to the doing a good job on that good job. So the the show. China's tentacles into the American media in particular needs to be part of the post mortem so to speak of this this whole operation. That's taking place and it's not just a New York Times that does insert in fact. Maybe the New York Times has ground zero when you think about it. The New York Times is compromise. Because they have that big China Daily Insert. And that's probably a big part of their of their revenue. Certainly when there are no more online revenues because the the blacklist filters of put corona virus in everywhere so no one can advertise on the single page legitimate or not but the New York or the Washington Post also has a Chinese insert made us. Yes maybe maybe Washington Post New York. Times run the both run. The China Daily inserts may be if you can compromise times and that's not an eighth by compromising the Times. All News flows from the New York Times these days. It doesn't seem like there's much original reporting going on the has historically the New York Times has always been to pay where they say paper not joking about it right so perhaps why. It's clear that China has business relations. The I'm just GonNa say it properly because I got no beef against the Chinese people yet but the Chinese Communist Party. Yeah so they have influence and they changed the news in the paper of record in that flows out to everybody else. They're all of these these two publications the Post and The Times. All the pundits come from their their on. Msnbc THERE ON CNN sometimes it make it a Fox News rarely lie a lot of them. Are PBS. Loaded WITH THEM PBS? Loaded up with them. So that's your connection there the New York Times which needs to be discredited somehow. Yeah well good luck. Good luck with that Let me they even have home. Delivery the remember. The worst part is they also have their syndicate because most newspapers can't afford enough riders or reporters or columnists so they just subscribe to the New York Times Washington posts syndicates. And that he's Run New York so they you run three. You Run the New York Times stuff. We have a lot of New York Times articles in the San Francisco. Chronicle you use the Washington Post. You run a lot of their articles in some other paper and then you have this Associated Press which is also possibly compromised in some way or another but they have a lot of anti-trump Stefan in the in the Associated Press. And when you read it when you read some of these the way these are written with the the vitry all aimed at the president it's just it's screwy and I think a lot of these. Reporters have been co-opted unbeknownst to them. Yes I think a lot of emergency or when they think that you know they have these these thoughts or they have a great source who knows everything and that source feeds him. You know the people familiar with the president's thinking no it's bad Did you see the article in the business section of the New York Times bail out the journalists in so I put a lot of links in the show notes? The easiest way to get his go to. Na show notes DOT com. You can go to no agenda. Show DOT COM and click from there but anna show notes dot com so Newspapers are failing at record pace right now. There are papers that are going from seven days a week to two days a week but mainly newsrooms are letting their staff go. They're letting their staff go. It's hitting everybody. The New York Times is no exception and the journalists are now feeling it and so here is Sent on behalf of the journalists in this is in the New York Times. The time is now to make a painful but necessary shift abandoned most for profit local newspapers whose business model no longer works and move as fast as possible to a national network of Nimble new online newsrooms. That way we can rescue the only thing worth saving about America's gutted largely mismanaged local newspaper companies the journalists. And then go on to say well. This should be a nonprofit funded by You know outfits like Kaiser Health News. There's no conflict there There it should be perhaps funded by facebook and Google who you know who have taken all the advertising or maybe it should just be a rich sugar. Daddy you know maybe we could get someone with a lot of money like I don't know maybe Gates can fund that or Warren Buffett. Not for a single second even in the whole article. Does it come out to the people think of well. Maybe if we made something people would pay for because it's worthwhile. No No. They just want money because this is essential business. What we're doing here. And Editors Screw Publisher scrum. Now this is this is Chris. This has been attempted before within the sites like patch the back Dr a bunch of these over the fence. A bunch of these little operations that try to syndicate Nobody goes on line that much. I mean we do have fairly successful online operation around here called Berkeley side. And it's it's a little laugh but but they actually do real reporting and of local stuff and it's generally pretty good but that except for these kinds of exceptions And is still just barely making any money because you. Can't you just not doable mistake that everyone's making making? I'll just say we're the living proof of it. The mistake is that you can have networks of anything. You can't monetize these networks. It does not work. We've tried it. It's with with content. Today the value for value model at a local almost hyper local geographic level or geography of interest. Is the only way to go. I do not see I do not see another way of making it work and the distrust that people now have in anything. Mainstream is only going to grow was getting worse and worse. I mean I had a lincoln. The newsletter people should look at that link to a video and I hope it still up. I'd be surprised if they didn't take down of some woman. You've seen her before she comes on. She does these fairly well. Structured video pieces on youtube showing all these hot sheets. They played news clip from somebody and then they showed go right immediately to the hospitals. Big Crowds supposed to be. There's nobody there and it shows hospital after hospital in Dan. Some followed some German guy around who went right into some hospital roamed around. There was not a covert and yeah. I know now. And there's and there's lots of documentation to show that. This is being exaggerated by the mainstream without explanation by the way. We don't know why they're doing it. I mean maybe I mean I we both know common reporter who and I could say. She works for one of the news magazines and she said that they were sending her out to do a some la coverage about the Corona Virus. Day kept going. You gotta find a street. That's empty out of their way to find some areas in la where there is nobody. Just for the scene setup G. says It took all day but they found it and it she says most of these reports were exaggerated nonsense. She's kind of probably more of a right winger than the typical media reporter and it just. A lot of this has just been a phony up. I mean if you listen to just you just listen to the way. They're presenting this stuff. I have let me play these clips. This is Lester Holt Lester degree. I had a bunch of classroom him. Here's Lester Holt. Using words more people have died in New York. In the last day that a nearly the whole of March the state's death toll doubling since Tuesday to more than three thousand and tonight new hotspots erupting across the country was still no national strategy or unified defence plan locked down we have the national strategy but we also have the the usage of the words. We've had more deaths than almost almost the whole of wait. What does that mean all in other words? It's just a weasel word. And so he's played putting this putting this report together with a bunch of weasel words. That's Lester Holt. New York anger for the epicenter. The plea for helps piercing and it's urgency and with our team in place. New York is where we start tonight with GIG Gutierrez. This is the emergency room inside my medical center in Brooklyn Doctors. Now Call it a battle zone here today. It's your due to breathing problem. This almost uniformly Kovin tonight growing anger from the nation's corona virus epicenter for patients. We're afraid for our families. We're afraid for our lives at another hospital. These nurses are calling it a daily suicide mission with a lack of P personal protective equipment. Again we just have more of this. This is what we were talking about earlier in the show. I put get through these. I'd try clip to life or death in the state of New York in the United States to have the supplies. They mean governor. Andrew Cuomo has now signed an executive order allowing the state and the National Guard to take ventilators and P from hospitals. That have too much and redistribute them to those who need it. Most am I willing to deploy the National Guard and inconvenience people for several several hundred lives. You Damn right I am with wait a minute. I gotTA play a follow up to that. Did you hear Gavin Newsom?.

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"china daily" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

11:21 min | 2 years ago

"china daily" Discussed on No Agenda

"They've owned it literally with their promos that people on stage their ambassadors. So is it really that bad and can I have a message for our friends of the CCP? You've got me. I cannot defeat through any spam filtering mechanism your incessant need to spam me with your cheap ass. No touch thermometers. I can't block this stuff I know you don't get any spam but the ever gotten natch the no touches the no touch the Monitor. It's like it's like a plague. You can't get rid of it no matter what you do unless you blocked the term thermometer to the doing a good job on that good job. So the the show. China's tentacles into the American media in particular needs to be part of the post mortem so to speak of this this whole operation. That's taking place and it's not just a New York Times that does insert in fact. Maybe the New York Times has ground zero when you think about it. The New York Times is compromise. Because they have that big China Daily Insert. And that's probably a big part of their of their revenue. Certainly when there are no more online revenues because the the blacklist filters of put corona virus in everywhere so no one can advertise on the single page legitimate or not but the New York or the Washington Post also has a Chinese insert made us. Yes maybe maybe Washington Post New York. Times run the both run. The China Daily inserts may be if you can compromise times and that's not an eighth by compromising the Times. All News flows from the New York Times these days. It doesn't seem like there's much original reporting going on the has historically the New York Times has always been to pay where they say paper not joking about it right so perhaps why. It's clear that China has business relations. The I'm just GonNa say it properly because I got no beef against the Chinese people yet but the Chinese Communist Party. Yeah so they have influence and they changed the news in the paper of record in that flows out to everybody else. They're all of these these two publications the Post and The Times. All the pundits come from their their on. Msnbc THERE ON CNN sometimes it make it a Fox News rarely lie a lot of them. Are PBS. Loaded WITH THEM PBS? Loaded up with them. So that's your connection there the New York Times which needs to be discredited somehow. Yeah well good luck. Good luck with that Let me they even have home. Delivery the remember. The worst part is they also have their syndicate because most newspapers can't afford enough riders or reporters or columnists so they just subscribe to the New York Times Washington posts syndicates. And that he's Run New York so they you run three. You Run the New York Times stuff. We have a lot of New York Times articles in the San Francisco. Chronicle you use the Washington Post. You run a lot of their articles in some other paper and then you have this Associated Press which is also possibly compromised in some way or another but they have a lot of anti-trump Stefan in the in the Associated Press. And when you read it when you read some of these the way these are written with the the vitry all aimed at the president it's just it's screwy and I think a lot of these. Reporters have been co-opted unbeknownst to them. Yes I think a lot of emergency or when they think that you know they have these these thoughts or they have a great source who knows everything and that source feeds him. You know the people familiar with the president's thinking no it's bad Did you see the article in the business section of the New York Times bail out the journalists in so I put a lot of links in the show notes? The easiest way to get his go to. Na show notes DOT com. You can go to no agenda. Show DOT COM and click from there but anna show notes dot com so Newspapers are failing at record pace right now. There are papers that are going from seven days a week to two days a week but mainly newsrooms are letting their staff go. They're letting their staff go. It's hitting everybody. The New York Times is no exception and the journalists are now feeling it and so here is Sent on behalf of the journalists in this is in the New York Times. The time is now to make a painful but necessary shift abandoned most for profit local newspapers whose business model no longer works and move as fast as possible to a national network of Nimble new online newsrooms. That way we can rescue the only thing worth saving about America's gutted largely mismanaged local newspaper companies the journalists. And then go on to say well. This should be a nonprofit funded by You know outfits like Kaiser Health News. There's no conflict there There it should be perhaps funded by facebook and Google who you know who have taken all the advertising or maybe it should just be a rich sugar. Daddy you know maybe we could get someone with a lot of money like I don't know maybe Gates can fund that or Warren Buffett. Not for a single second even in the whole article. Does it come out to the people think of well. Maybe if we made something people would pay for because it's worthwhile. No No. They just want money because this is essential business. What we're doing here. And Editors Screw Publisher scrum. Now this is this is Chris. This has been attempted before within the sites like patch the back Dr a bunch of these over the fence. A bunch of these little operations that try to syndicate Nobody goes on line that much. I mean we do have fairly successful online operation around here called Berkeley side. And it's it's a little laugh but but they actually do real reporting and of local stuff and it's generally pretty good but that except for these kinds of exceptions And is still just barely making any money because you. Can't you just not doable mistake that everyone's making making? I'll just say we're the living proof of it. The mistake is that you can have networks of anything. You can't monetize these networks. It does not work. We've tried it. It's with with content. Today the value for value model at a local almost hyper local geographic level or geography of interest. Is the only way to go. I do not see I do not see another way of making it work and the distrust that people now have in anything. Mainstream is only going to grow was getting worse and worse. I mean I had a lincoln. The newsletter people should look at that link to a video and I hope it still up. I'd be surprised if they didn't take down of some woman. You've seen her before she comes on. She does these fairly well. Structured video pieces on youtube showing all these hot sheets. They played news clip from somebody and then they showed go right immediately to the hospitals. Big Crowds supposed to be. There's nobody there and it shows hospital after hospital in Dan. Some followed some German guy around who went right into some hospital roamed around. There was not a covert and yeah. I know now. And there's and there's lots of documentation to show that. This is being exaggerated by the mainstream without explanation by the way. We don't know why they're doing it. I mean maybe I mean I we both know common reporter who and I could say. She works for one of the news magazines and she said that they were sending her out to do a some la coverage about the Corona Virus. Day kept going. You gotta find a street. That's empty out of their way to find some areas in la where there is nobody. Just for the scene setup G. says It took all day but they found it and it she says most of these reports were exaggerated nonsense. She's kind of probably more of a right winger than the typical media reporter and it just. A lot of this has just been a phony up. I mean if you listen to just you just listen to the way. They're presenting this stuff. I have let me play these clips. This is Lester Holt Lester degree. I had a bunch of classroom him. Here's Lester Holt. Using words more people have died in New York. In the last day that a nearly the whole of March the state's death toll doubling since Tuesday to more than three thousand and tonight new hotspots erupting across the country was still no national strategy or unified defence plan locked down we have the national strategy but we also have the the usage of the words. We've had more deaths than almost almost the whole of wait. What does that mean all in other words? It's just a weasel word. And so he's played putting this putting this report together with a bunch of weasel words. That's Lester Holt. New York anger for the epicenter. The plea for helps piercing and it's urgency and with our team in place. New York is where we start tonight with GIG Gutierrez. This is the emergency room inside my medical center in Brooklyn Doctors. Now Call it a battle zone here today. It's your due to breathing problem. This almost uniformly Kovin tonight growing anger from the nation's corona virus epicenter for patients. We're afraid for our families. We're afraid for our lives at another hospital. These nurses are calling it a daily suicide mission with a lack of P personal protective equipment. Again we just have more of this. This is what we were talking about earlier in the show. I put get through these. I'd try clip to life or death in the state of New York in the United States to have the supplies. They mean governor. Andrew Cuomo has now signed an executive order allowing the state and the National Guard to take ventilators and P from hospitals. That have too much and redistribute them to those who need it. Most am I willing to deploy the National Guard and inconvenience people for several several hundred lives. You Damn right I am with wait a minute. I gotTA play a follow up to that. Did you hear Gavin Newsom?.

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How Long Does It Stay on Surfaces? How Long Can We Rely On Amazon Delivery?

Coronavirus Daily Briefing

15:59 min | 2 years ago

How Long Does It Stay on Surfaces? How Long Can We Rely On Amazon Delivery?

"From the weekend. Our young ace symptomatic cases the key to spreading the virus. Should we rethink the conventional wisdom around facemasks? How long can the virus stay on surfaces? And how long can we rely on Amazon delivery? As of last night known cases of Corona virus in the United States exceeded thirty five hundred spread across forty nine states prompting the mass cancellation of and the reordering of American public life the CDC is recommending halting gatherings of fifty people or more throughout the US for the next eight weeks if implemented fully that means all sporting events all concerts all conferences. All parades all weddings. Almost everything done for eight weeks. Bars and restaurants are closed in New York City beginning tomorrow. Tuesday at nine. Am takeout and delivery orders? Only New York City schools have closed. Ohio has suggested schools might remain closed in that state for the remainder of the academic year but Ohio Massachusetts and Illinois have gone the France route as well. All bars and restaurants are shutting down statewide quote. Delay means more people will die Ohio governor. Mike DeWine said these states are the first states to take the steps toward Italy toward a complete shutdown of public activities except for food medicine and other essentials it is unlikely they will be the last the CEO of universal music group Lucian Grange. Perhaps the most powerful man in the music business has been hospitalized after testing positive for Cova nineteen apple CEO. Tim Cook and Apple Services. Chief Ed Eq- attended granges sixtieth birthday party. Two weeks ago in shocking news. But I guess we can't be shocked anymore by anything as it's all probably going to close down. Mgm Is Shutting the following Las Vegas Properties beginning March Seventeenth Aria Bellagio excalibur. Look zoar Mandalay Bay. Mgm Grand Mirage New York New York Park Mgm and Videira. So that's basically the entire Vegas Strip. Other companies closing stores or reducing hours Nike Worby Parker all birds urban outfitters Apple Patagonia and Glossy Walmart is partially shutting down twenty four hour locations which will operate six. Am until eleven pm until further notice starbucks is moving to what it is calling to go only model. You can still walk up an order at the starbucks counter or via drive thru or delivery. But you can't stay and sit in the cafe or Patio Areas French luxury company. Lvmh said figuring it's cosmetics division to only produce mass quantities of Hydro Alcoholic Gel in order to give it to French health authorities. More people have now died from the corona virus outside of China than have died inside China since the disease. I emerged airline Cathay. Pacific is adding flights from US cities and London to Hong Kong because since the disease seems to be relatively under control in Hong Kong at the moment some people are seeing Hong Kong as a safe haven and are rushing to travel there a mere seven weeks ago. Hong Kong had implemented travel restrictions because of its proximity to mainland China. Italy reported three hundred sixty eight deaths in a single day yesterday. A twenty five percent increase making this the deadliest twenty four hour period thus far worse than the deadliest day in Wuhan's outbreak. Italy has reported two hundred deaths for each of the last three days. Italy only had its first. Colonel Related Death three weeks ago now. More than eighteen hundred people have died because of overloaded hospitals. The fatality rate and Lamberti is nine percent in the rest of Italy. The fatality rate is five point one percent Spanish health authorities reported two thousand New Corona virus cases in twenty four hours on Sunday bringing the total in the country of Spain to eight thousand cases with two hundred eighty eight deaths as the number of people who have died of the virus more than doubled in twenty four hours as the Spanish death. Toll was up from one hundred thirty six a day earlier. That is an increase of almost one hundred percent. Spain is clearly on. The Italian trajectory is France. Next it certainly seems to be going that way quoting the New York Times. France announced the closing of all non indispensable businesses including restaurants bars and movie theaters after a sharp uptick in corona virus cases. The number of French cases past five thousand four hundred twenty on Sunday with one hundred and twenty seven deaths on Saturday. Three hundred corona virus patients were in critical condition half of them under sixty years of age on Sunday. Francis Transportation Minister said the country would begin reducing plane train and bus services between cities and quote. I'd like to end the segment with some potentially good news from Italy Adrenal Aguzzi. A professor of neuro pathology and Switzerland just north of the troubled Italian region of Lombardy tweeted a chart this weekend that showed that even with the surge in deaths in Italy over the last few days the death rate is deviating ever so slightly from exponential growth. It's early days. But the lockdown might be beginning to work linked to the chart. I'm referencing in the show. Notes and Chen He wa. The European Bureau chief for China Daily tweeted this quote. Just read that Chinese medical team sent to Italy to fight Kovic nineteen comprises mostly experienced doctors from Sichuan Sichuan folks still remember how an Italian rescue team during the devastating. Two Thousand Eight Wenchuan earthquake saved many lives. The world needs more of US helping each other and quote. There has been a lot of justified. I think hand-wringing about the scenes of people going to bars and restaurants even to Disney world. This weekend seemingly unworried about anything that is going on. This is obviously a problem for one. Big reason potential transmission from people who might not know they already have the disease indeed. There is increasing evidence that it is young people people without symptoms that might be the key driver of the spread of Corona Virus. Even more so than we realized quoting. Cnn New Studies in several countries and a large corona virus outbreak in Massachusetts Bring into question reassuring assertions by US officials about the way the novel virus spreads it appears that a Massachusetts Corona virus cluster. With at least eighty two cases was started by people who are not yet showing symptoms and more than a half dozen studies have shown that people without symptoms are causing substantial amounts of infection several experts interviewed by CNN. Said while it's unclear. Exactly what percentage of the transmission in the outbreak is fueled by people who are obviously sick versus those who have no symptoms or very mild symptoms? It is becoming clear that transmission by people who are as symptomatic or mildly symptomatic is responsible for more transmission than previously thought and quote. Indeed scientists seem to be coming to the conclusion that this is what makes corona virus so insidious it can spread far before it even sickens both mergers and SARS tend to be only spread by symptomatic people. But if you get cova did you might have spread it to fifty other people before you even know it. Add to that what we've previously discussed about how scientists suspect that you're more contagious earlier. On in the disease in a study of twenty four passengers who had just flown from Israel seven tested positive for corona virus of which four had no symptoms and the viral load of specimens from a symptomatic patients was higher than from the three patients. Who had symptoms thus the global move toward social distancing? Stay home stay out of large crowds status small crowds. There's a link to chart in the show notes that shows the difference between two towns in Italy. The two are Bergamo and loyalty. Loyalty actually had the first cove in nineteen case reported before Bergamo reported. Its first but Loki. Shut down their town February. Twenty Third Burgum. Oh waited until almost a week later by March thirteenth lucky only had around a thousand cases of corona virus and those case numbers seem to be leveling out while Burgum oh has seen case numbers shoot up to two thousand five hundred and young people. I'm talking to you. Data from South Korea where they test everyone they can is suggesting that. Thirty percent of the carriers in that country where aged twenty to twenty nine. If that's not enough to convince you let me point you to an actual animation. It is literally just balls. Dancing around and environment randomly representing infections over time. Look at what happens to the infection curve when only a quarter of a population continues to circulate and three quarters of a population practice social distancing. The infection rate is significantly slowed and with extensive distancing with seven eighths of a population staying home. The infection curve is stopped almost in its tracks. These are powerful animations but they are only animations only simulations made to educate on a concept. The concept is however. This is joke. If you can stay home let me quote. The last paragraph from the story accompanying the simulation quote in one crucial respect. These simulations are nothing like reality. Unlike simulations cove nineteen can kill though. The fatality rate is not precisely known. It is clear that the elderly members of our community are most at risk from dying from covered. One thousand nine hundred quote if you want this to be more realistic. A scientist was quoted after seeing a preview of the story some of the DOTS should disappear and quote link to the simulation is of course in the show. Notes questions are being raised as to whether or not more of US should be wearing face masks. Even if we're not showing signs of corona virus infection authorities in China already mandate the wearing of masks in all public places whether or not people are sick or healthy quoting from ink stone since late January Chinese authorities and major cities have enforced rules on wearing face masks in public spaces including detaining. Those who tried to use public transport without a mask and quote in South Korea and Japan is also required. That mask be worn by healthy people in crowded places but in much of the rest of the world including here in the US. It's advised that only people displaying symptoms should wear masks as just mentioned the possibility that corona virus can be spread by a symptomatic. People is causing some to argue for more widespread use of masks quoting again from ink stone. A symptomatic transmission has been reported in multiple countries in which a spreader is responsible for sickening others without knowing it in January at cluster. Thirteen infections was believed to have started with a British man who contracted the virus during a trip to Singapore and spread it to others on a skiing trip in the French Alps and back home in the United Kingdom all the while showing no signs of infection himself quote researchers writing in the Lancet suggested that in light of this current national advice may need updating to deal specifically with Ron Virus quoting from the peace. If everyone puts on a mask in public spaces it would help to remove stigmatization that has hitherto discouraged masking of symptomatic patients in many places. Furthermore transmission from asymmetric infected individuals has been documented for Kobe. Nineteen and viral load is particularly high at early disease. Stage masking as a public health intervention would probably intercept the transmission link and prevent these apparently healthy infectious sources and quote. All of that said as of right now. The advice remains to only wear a mask if you are displaying symptoms helping to conserve the mask as a resource masks are in short supply and are needed for medical practitioners. Who them more than the rest of us. In order to safely treat people not get sick themselves and thus stay on the job. A new study has revealed the length of time that Kobe nineteen can remain viable on common surfaces. The study so new that it is yet to be. Peer reviewed found that Corona virus was most stable on plastic and stainless steel with viable virus being detected up to seventy two hours on those surfaces after application it can also remain viable for up to twenty four hours on cardboard and up to four hours on copper. The researchers noted that these decay timings were similar to those found with the two thousand and two two thousand. Three SARS virus suggesting that quote differences in the epidemiology of these viruses likely arise from other factors including high viral loads in the upper respiratory tract and the potential for individuals infected with cove nineteen to shed and transmit the virus while a symptom matic and quote. There are presently two hundred and seventy four surface disinfectants approved by the EPA for use against Kovic Nineteen Link to the list is in the show notes at this point with store shelves increasingly bear. I'm sure a lot of us are continuing to rely on delivery especially Amazon prime delivery to keep ourselves stocked up with everything we need so that we can shelter in place. Avoid going out to stores as much as possible and just generally socially distance well an article and vices motherboard talking about the broader strains to workers in the sorting facilities and also the people who have to deliver our stuff makes the point that maybe our delivery systems are endangered as well quote. Motherboards spoke to Amazon Logistics Labor experts. Who say it's only a matter of time? Before Amazon's prime signature two day delivery promise serious delays mistakes and widespread shortages due to increased demands from consumers also pressure on workers to meet rising production quotas restrictions on trade and the possibility of fulfillment centers being. Shut DOWN AS CORONA VIRUS SPREADS. Amazon's warehouse workers. Say they're already seeing increased workloads while fewer of their colleagues are showing up to work. According Labor organizers already Amazon's white collar workers have been asked to work from home. But that's obviously not an option for warehouse fulfillment workers and delivery drivers quote. It seems really likely that. Amazon's prime delivery system will falter Daniel flaming president of Economic Roundtable and an author of the two thousand nineteen report on Amazon's economic impact on southern California told motherboard. One day deliveries may not be made within one day if the workers who do show up to warehouses are more stress given bigger routes and are possibly less experienced incorrect deliveries will be made. The last mile segment of the delivery is very labor intensive and quote flaming ads. That were likely to see a close parallel of what happens in Amazon warehouses. During the holiday rush increase delays mistakes and bottlenecks. It would seem to me. Most likely that we'll see a drop in reliability and timeliness and quote but more than that the fear here is the same with the health system basically if too many people involved in the Amazon delivery chain are even temporarily sidelined by the disease at the same time. It's possible that even Amazon delivery could go down to say nothing of the potential disruption to the supply chain I e if even Amazon can't source enough goods to

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China's daily death toll from virus tops 100 for 1st time, more than 1,000 deaths recorded in total as spread continues

Lance McAlister

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

China's daily death toll from virus tops 100 for 1st time, more than 1,000 deaths recorded in total as spread continues

"Is now over one thousand health officials in the area of China where the outbreak is centered Han reported over one hundred more deaths today nearly all of the deaths have been in mainland China although a person in Hong Kong and the Philippines have died as well over forty two thousand people worldwide have been infected with the

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"china daily" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"china daily" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Waters seem to be diving well and breathing. Well which are all which are all really good things and they're headed in the right direction. Liz Strafford with ENO AA avalon and other wildlife officials are cautiously optimistic that the remaining Wales will find their way too deep open water. After nearly a dozen died in the mass stranding scientists monitoring them say well stay together so the move toward deeper water could actually help their chance for survival. We'll shelvin China's on the mend after he was poisoned wall preparing a meal of snake meat. Everybody's favorite according to China Daily was cutting the head off a Cobra restaurant in southern China when the snake's venom hit hit him in the face. Can you imagine that it like viewer. Benny Hana's and they start chopping up this snake meat or whatever I guess. Benny Hana's just served fish. Not Snake. Meat Hallways here in the. US doctors later explained that the venom can enter. Somebody's bloodstream. Through the eyes or through cuts. Which explains why? The chefs is immediately started. Hurting and his lower the job began to swell. He was rushed to a nearby hospital where doctors were able to save him with timely treatment. I'm Stacey Cohan get more animal breaking news at in Radio Dot com animal radio news. Update get more at radio. Dot Com. This portion of animal radio is underwritten by Kensington. Books inspired by true stories of Klepto kitties caught stealing from humans. Mac the mystery. His tabby is back in Mac on a hot tin roof. But this time there's little time.

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Apple Removes App That Helps Hong Kong Protesters Track the Police

Gary and Shannon

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Apple Removes App That Helps Hong Kong Protesters Track the Police

"Apple has removed a smartphone app under pressure from China protesters in Hong Kong had been using the app to map out to lease activity apple claims that apple is used to target an ambush police China's daily communist newspaper had warned of possible consequences to apple's reputation

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"china daily" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"china daily" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Seven Cisco news. Yeah, that's exactly right. Risheh police chief has announced that to protests within the past week will not be classified as riots. We're joined live from Hong Kong by Bloomberg's Yvonne man, if on this is significant because it would not bring maximum sentences. Is that correct? That's right. And it was one of the four demand, protectors were hoping to get cleared out. And we certainly saw that with police backing down on calling Wednesday clashes as a riot that whether week ago it was violent. Yes, they were tear gas rubber bullets being fired. But did roll back on calling this? So is this in the fact that when it comes to young protesters' that were arrested that they may face lesser charges now and that's a tough as rival ended. So that is a small victory for them. Now, I know that you're our Joshua Wong was released from, from prison and came out to, to talk to the to his fellow protesters, and pro-democracy activists, what was the reception? It was it was very interesting to watch quite quiet and pain of war than you were gonna come speak with, with the protesters, his rock star treatment that was cheering people were telling him to speak up, and he just said, that they're not getting up at this point, they still want Carrie Lam to step down, it interesting, how Beijing is portraying all these events of that as well. We've seen some headlines here, China Daily was raised a couple Hong Kong, parents took to the streets on Sunday saying in order to urge the US to stop meddling in internal affairs that we're certainly hearing that the global times as well for the first time in a week or so they're saying that if Washington things playing the Hong Kong card can force trying to make concessions in train ago. She better think twice. So they're saying these riots only consolidate Beijing tough stance against the. All right. Thank you so much. Appreciate your time again on man live in Hong Kong. And again, there's been a lot of chatter, the carry lamb might speak in public today. It does not look now like that. As a case, we'll continue to investigate it for you. Wanna mention just couple of other things briefly US going says it's going to send an additional when thousand troops to the Middle East. This in the backdrop of Iran announcing that it will go beyond agreements on rich uranium very soon. Breaking the twenty fifteen agreement and the State Department, saying that this is a very tragic mistake will continue to follow that as morning as well on daybreak Asia. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on Twitter, power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. In San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Bryan, sir. Thanks very much. Let's get.

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Taking aim at U.S., China says provoking trade disputes is 'naked economic terrorism'

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:34 min | 3 years ago

Taking aim at U.S., China says provoking trade disputes is 'naked economic terrorism'

"Top story, I think is yet again, more on the China US trade war, but with starting to see China's response they've kind of held back so far. But today there's been too big movements festival. The Chinese vice-foreign minister has made some pretty aggressive comments. I mean, he said that these trade disputes provoked, a naked economic terrorism economic chauvinism, an economic bullying. I mean that's pretty fiery language from a Chinese diplomat. We've also got the state run China Daily. There's a bit of a warning hair, and we've had these warnings build over the last two weeks. The state run China Daily today has said it would be naive to think that China does not have other countesses apart from earth's, so we're going to talk about rare earths. They are in low concentration in the ground. They are seventeen chemical elements that are absolutely necessary in tiny quantities in some really important things like consumer electronics military equipment satellites lasers, batteries for electric cars, all these things, China has a third of the world's reserves of a of, of these rats, but far more important, China counts for something like eighty percent of the world's production of these railroads, and US pretty much buys all of their supplies of rare earths from

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"china daily" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:33 min | 3 years ago

"china daily" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That was rose Tamblyn there. So the success of this DNA scheme seems to hinge on it being engaged areas where you can make sure pretty much everyone signs up now clamp eights you've been looking at how DNA schemes with in other parts of the world. Hey cat, so often the scheme is used in the kind of place that rose went to close community. But there is a borough in east London appropriately called barking and an and they tried to tout in two thousand and sixteen. So obviously anyone can walk your dog down a street through one of the parks and the council also run it as a voluntary scheme. So doggone is they only signed up if they wanted to surely people wouldn't sign up to this because either they never cleanup after their dog or they could be concerned that they might just miss the exactly so I had to chat with the director street in and that was the DNA company involved in undone, and he said to be really effective it would need to be mandatory. They did look into. Doing that. But they found this no clear legislation on whether counsel's can force it. But he does think in the future that the UK may bring in some sort of docked in register their the inventive ideas on the around the world. Tell us about some of those. Okay. So in Taipei in Taiwan. They held a lottery where they gave tickets out for each bag of dog poo handed in and they ended up receiving more than fourteen thousand bags of the stuff. City officials said that Dr sightings hard as a result. And they were basically hoping that by having this lottery that encouraged the habit of picking up after your pet cash incentives always seemed to work exactly and also shooting people which seem to work in Bruneta in Spain. So he volunteers went out and spotted owners who hasn't picked up after that pets, and what they did was get check into them and find out the name of the dog and the breed and from that they can look at a local register and find out the owners home address the then delivered the dog poop, but. To the homes, and they made one hundred and forty seven deliveries and this result sightings of dog poo dropped by seventy percents. Yeah. Getting a dog poo in the post is not what you want to wake up in the morning. No, it's pretty unpleasant. But what you need to remember is that doctor who can actually call serious health problems. It can cause toxic crisis. Now, that's an infection caused by parasites in the poo. And if a child gets onto the hand and into that is it can actually cause permanent blindness. This was something that really works among in Clevedon, which is a town in some such new K. So as a result, she sets up poop patrol she in volunteers meet up once a month and they done the high vis jackets and the go on ours. Pooping pick in parks and fields. They get the supplies from local businesses, and they found that this really helps to spread awareness of the problems. Now, that's quite a small-scale one entry scheme, but and in China, the local government has brought in something called the civilized dot grazing credit. School system. So this is citywide, and it's like a driver's license Doxa, given twelve points and these points can be deducted if the dog has been found awfully if they've bitten someone or the owner has left off PU behind the owners also find at the same time. What happens if you lose all of those points? Well, then the dog is taken in by the local police the owner must then take an ownership costs and pasta tests to get their pet back. How people in Jenin reacted to this game. Well, I asked shu-zheng he now he's a dog owner engine. And he also helps a dog rescue centre. What's your the trust? Should I think this system can prevent some bad behavior from dog owners? And he this quite flexible in the way, it is enforced before they would be fined and the dog would be confiscated. Now, the dog owners are given some time an opportunity to be I think this is a better way Doug on. There's a chance to repent. Have you ever stepped out on the streets? And how have you reacted new interesting? I'm happy to step on poop because Chinese has a same walking in through means. Good luck. It doesn't feel like good luck. When you actually step in dog poo. What's the impact of this been well, the state run China Daily, they've said in the first eighteen months, they saw sixty five percent drop in Dr status complaints. Although they didn't actually have any specific data on docu one thing. I'm wondering is where does all the poo go. Once it's been thrown away. We'll you've got to wonder considering the average dog produces one hundred twenty four kilograms per year will in quite a few countries it goes into plastic bags and then end up in landfill. But Bill Higgins from zero in Canada says it could be turned into energy. Instead as long as you have the right kind of setup. He knows a lot about the environmental problems of docu do park users were putting dog waste bags in the recycling bins. So ninety seven percent of the bins had dog waste bags in them. This caused those bins to be rejected and said to landfill Bill. Watts to Sotero, which makes waste containers. To stop talking to the recycling bins his company designed a dog poop in that. Didn't take much space and also didn't have to be emptied every week. Our solution container that sits completely blow ground in a concrete, volt keeps it cooler. So it doesn't decompose as fast and virtually eliminated all of the odors atop of that is a tower that tower has an opening in it that's three inches in diameter. So that household waste cannot be deposited in the container right canal. You take duct tape basically dog poop, exactly. And how'd you get out of the container? So it simply vacuumed out into a large tag on -tario is trying to send a little waste as possible to landfill civilian his team found a local partner that could tend duck waste into fuel. Instead. So initially we were using anaerobic biota gesture which would mix the dog waste with other organic matter taken in from say spoiled food from supermarkets and then. Then grind it all up filter out any of the plastic and put it into special vats fermented for up to ninety days. The methane was then taken off the news to drive generators that created electricity apps. Stinking that..

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"china daily" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"china daily" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"I'm delighted to say that David Schlesinger from editor in chief of Royces and an expert on China joins me in the studio. Welcome back. David. What is it that you found women? First of all, I want to talk about was from the China Daily were the head of Sinn young in in China. China's for western Turkic region told before today that all these human rights reports about detention centers concentration camps. It's all wrong. No. In fact, these are just vocational centers there jolly old boarding schools. They're helping the people of the week or people get on their feet, and there's really nothing to be concerned about this is content. This country to some pretty horrendous reports of forcible incarceration of weeK' forced re reintegration re education program and the reports of several deaths as well. The reports that have come out from human rights organizations in the past months have been absolutely horrific systematic human rights abuses, really unprecedented control over religious practices. Some observers call it even a war on Islam instant Jong really heavy handed control. Now the reason for this. Of course, is that there have been some terrorist incidents or is a small separatist movement. These are the kinds of things that make the government extremely nervous and extremely unhappy that they want to keep a lid on. And so seen John has always been a place under tight security, but the measures that have gone in the last year or so seem particularly harsh from other reports that we get from the human rights organizations that now, of course, the the the government officials saying nothing going on here don't worry about it. This is all perfectly fine. And in fact, there has. I've been no terrorism in the last twenty seven months, so it's all working and how convincing the article by the China in John Daly, the real problem that we have is that there's no free reporting from Saint John foreign journalists can't go for him freely interview people on the street and find out what's really going on or or dig down to the places where these camps are in find out if they are just jolly boarding schools, or if they are places of incarceration without trial. You can't get accurate reporting out of there. So human rights organizations have to depend on talking to emigres or escapees. That's obviously a very unsatisfactory wave getting information or we rely on government officials who of course, want to paint, the the best possible picture. That's also unsatisfatory. Let's to this China Morning Post the diplomacies action. I like the idea of that US chief state, Mike Pompeo accuses Beijing of creating debt traps and energy blocks in wide ranging spray, perhaps inelegantly written. What does he mean? So I pose article I think it's important to remember even though China in the US seem to be working out their trade dispute. Slowly, we got some good news about that 'til every once in a while. But the fundamental issue that the Trump administration has some real hardliners who are very much against Beijing's rise and are determined to contain Beijing that's going to continue so China, and the US are never going to go back to the type of relationship that they had before while they're the Trump administration is in power. And in fact, many countries around the world seem to changing their tune towards China in quite a radical way for everything from from hallway to the things that pay was talking about South China Sea..

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"china daily" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"china daily" Discussed on This Week In Google

"But the terrifying fact is anyone slightly trained in the lab can perform it. Some. There's lots of science fiction books out there talking about like, or, you know, go fast forward two hundred years, and you've got people who retain and want to be like the human race in that all the people who are like screw this. I could be better. And you know, adapt. Oh, a Chrissy issues. The have and have nots is going to be very expensive will only wealthy people with only one percenters be able to have smarter babies. And if that's the case, they gradually become a different species. Yes. But I mean, I think it'll only be super expensive given the rate of technological change and things like illuminata. And so you could probably go five years. So if you just had a baby that sucks, but yeah, I don't mean you've all new marriage writes about this in his Twenty-one lessons for the twenty th century. Makes it really interesting point up until now people could claim they were better. They were noble. They were rich whatever they claim they were better. But they were exactly the same. All humans were the same. This is. The first time ever potentially that somebody with more resources with more money than other people could make them and their children. Something different could lick you say now, we are. Yeah, genetically, but they could legitimately then say, yeah, these kids are faster smarter more attractive for real, you know, not just because of the accident of birth. That's an interesting that is an interesting new world that we are deal that new. I mean, if you think about things like access to resources and privilege. You were definitely born up you, and Jeff both were born with a leg up, for example. And so. From me. Look what it may. I feel like a lot of people would like to be. I don't think it's you're not you're not resting on your two hundred and forty odd million from Viacom. But you know, you're not to a to test hundred forty I'll take the to forty though that's what I'm saying. That's what I would. I was your sixty percent. Thank you for doing the mass knowing when fire. Viacom comes. Stone walks in the door somehow it's closer to two to ten. Sorry. Sorry. I just thirty thirty million off the top right there already. I'm losing money. Let's see. Oh. And here's a story from the Daily Mail. Trust it. I don't think. So I don't think you should do is Leo China launches an app that tells you if you're within five hundred feet of someone in debt and encourages you to report them if they seem like they're doing, okay. Like, maybe they just got some gene editing done officials in the Chinese province of her bay created the app, it appears to show the locations of people who are considered to be in debt. Should debt radar. This is just like everything just to. I mean, this is the Chinese are like how can we make? Everyone's stupid nightmares. Come true. But is it really? I mean, I think this is an orderly society people shouldn't be allowed to, you know, run around, you know, driving Mercedes Benz, if they owe somebody fifty bucks, and and and again changed the law sense. But it was very recently in Scandinavia. You can look up anybody's income online. Traffic fines were percentage of that. Oh what? Yes, I'm not moving to Scandinavia now, that's the Daily Mail. So again, although there reporting something that appeared in the China Daily right next to it a story, I'm not gonna link on Jeff Bezos mistress Lauren Sanchez, Don sheer top is she in the newly buff billionaire helicopter to Malibu enjoy spa treatments and then retire to her love nest. So that's what you were talking about with the Daily Mail. So rhyme a Finnish businessman. Yeah. It's fine. Fifty four thousand euros or traveling a modest if a legal sixty four miles per hour in a fifty mile. No that's not right because it's a percentage of his income. Not the I don't wanna live there. Although place now, Google maps. It does make the sense though. If you think about it a lot of people speed if you're wealthy you can speed and you're like I can afford the tickets. However, if you get in the head on collision, you'll still kill you, however, rich, but this this at least makes the penalties equal to everybody..

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Qualcomm's $44 bn NXP Semiconductors acquisition is still awaiting China's approval- Technology News, Firstpost

Bloomberg Best

02:10 min | 4 years ago

Qualcomm's $44 bn NXP Semiconductors acquisition is still awaiting China's approval- Technology News, Firstpost

"T completed its merger with time warner in one of the biggest media deals ever the companies put a wrap on it two days after a federal judge approved the combination over objections by the justice department that it would hurt consumers i'm barbara kusak handeye bryan curtis in hong kong let's get this hour's top business stories and the markets president trump has decided to impose tariffs on about fifty billion dollars in chinese imports according to sources china has said he would retaliate former presidential advisor gary cohn said the dispute could wipe out the benefits of tax cuts representative jim rinat achie republican from ohio says be patient with the president this president is a savvy negotiator he uses a different style than most he's not a politician he's a businessman i think in the end we need to let the process work through it i think in the end his negotiation styles are just not something we're used to in the meantime the china daily ran an editorial today saying china and other nations she joined together to counter what he called trump's aggressive trade policies earlier a more positive note for those concerned the scmp southbound morning post said the chinese regulators had approved qualcomm acquisition of an xp semiconductors and xp gained as much as ten percent in late trading in some other news china's home prices rose by the most in nineteen months in may that's even as the government pressed ahead with curbs on property speculation new home prices gaining zero point eight percent from a month earlier south korea's unemployment rate for may was four percent and that was higher than the three point seven percent expected in a bloomberg survey the dollar hit an eleven month high the euro plummeted mario draghi announced that asset purchases would be phased out by the end of december but he also pledged to keep interest rates at current record lows at least through the summer of twenty nineteen that sent the euro lower it's trading now at dollar fifteen sixty seven dalian one ten fifty nine the nikkei with gains of eighty nine points today thanks hang index is flat global news twenty four hours a day live at a tick tock.

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