18 Burst results for "China Lee"

"china lee" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

05:05 min | 3 weeks ago

"china lee" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Question for 48 new sake. 20 w P A P Do you believe that? The president of the United States, Joe Biden. Do you believe that he really is that this point, the leader of the free world And you know, it is so ironic. That he was out there a couple of months ago or make a few weeks ago. Whatever's been Where he was basically out there saying, Oh, yeah, you know, we're back to the table. And he's speaking about how he's some great flipping Dick. Um, diplomat almost said something else. Some great diplomat And how he was going to return America to worldwide respect, right. You remember all that Bs? Well, now, here we are. We we had these face to face talks with China Lee. This was last night or the night before where it was in Alaska. And there was this extended back and forth. That took place in front of the cameras. He was supposed to be a very brief, you know, little two minute thing, you know, go back and forth and instead You had China That just really came after us really came after America. And so we had a situation where basically we were disrespected by China in front of the cameras. You know, the whole thing was supposed to last. Only about what a couple of minutes and then China's like? No, No, no, you you come on back. Come on back. Telling the cameras basically to keep rolling because we're going to take out America. We're going to tell them exactly how we feel about them. And really it sort of devolved into a dressing down of America by China's top diplomats. And so then we, of course, you know, started are back and forth. But you know, it was not a good moment of diplomacy. So you have that situation. Now you have Kim Jeong eun out there and and he is doing everything he can to threaten America with, you know, missile impossible missile launches, and he and some of these testing that he's been doing or threatening to do. Then we have the whole thing with Vladimir Putin and Putin challenging a Joe Biden. So all of these things Really are leading up to a narrative that will tell you that no We may no longer be the leader of the free world, but I don't know who else it would be. But what I will say is that for Biden and the Democrats who were sitting here saying that Biden was going to return us to a point where we have respect from other nations. I really truly believe. That these other leaders, they're not showing us respect. They're showing us disrespect. They're showing us apathy and they are. They're laughing at us behind our back. Remember when they were all saying, Oh, yeah. You know, Donald Trump. You know when when he was, you know, calling, calling Kim Jang Eun rocket man. You remember that whole thing and you have the media just going crazy. Saying, Oh my God, he's going to tweet us into a nuclear war. Guess what happened. Really nothing happened with Kim Jeong Eun is a matter of fact. For the most part, he's somewhat sort of behaved during the rest of the Trump administration. But now that it's Joe Biden, you've got Kim Jeong Eun out their testing. Joe Biden. And saying, yes, we are going to start testing our missiles again. You have China out there publicly rebuking America in front of the cameras and you have You have Vladimir Putin. Challenging Joe Biden to an open debate in front of the world. Knowing Did. Biden is in no shape to do any such thing. Now you have the president of Mexico showing his concern because because of all of the lunacy that's happening on the southern border. So we are losing the respect of the world. Because our president is weak. Our president is feeble. Our president is a perpetual liar. And our president is a bull in a China shop, not because he necessarily means to be But because his mind I'm sorry to say is slowly deteriorating. He goes out there, and he gives interviews that are supposed to be friendly. And unfortunately, his speech pattern.

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"china lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:01 min | 6 months ago

"china lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Supplying is multinational clients was huge. It was like a war, our director told us in critical times. If you cannot hold up your end, I'll just find someone else to replace you. Extensive testing and contact tracing have restarted China's economy despite smaller ensuing outbreaks, and so, economists estimate China's yearly GDP growth could be north of 2.5% this year, even as the rest of the world economy will shrink by at least 4%. That differential will give Chinese companies war market share in greater economic influence. Global steel production dropped so China share of production can only rise I estimate this year, China will be at 60% of global steel production. This's leasing Trump, the president of a state industry group in June and July on Ly China was buying steel because our automobile and construction sectors quickly recovered and because China's economy has recovered earlier and Faster than that of others, including the U. S economy. Its trade surplus this year will widen even more. Michael Herson, China Lee that consultancy Eurasia Group says that will exacerbate long running accusations. China benefits more from the global economic order. The fact that China is back up and running smoothly and in fact some evidence against that China's actually grabbing market share. And export industries will be a cause of concern for US policymakers in particular. Last year, a trade war in difficult operating environment lets some American businesses in China to consider moving some of their supply chains out. This year, The American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai's latest survey found more than 78% of respondents has no plans to move operations. What you're seeing now is basically China's Stability premium kicking back in in the sense that COS now are dealing with a global pandemic and many of the places that they would move production to aren't looking. So Rosie right now, China's economic recovery does have its weaknesses. Here's hallway and economics analyst at Beijing Research from Gavin. Cal Dragon Onyx overall is still on investment from a story And where Watson. What's left Behind is mainly the consumption, especially for the working people related consumption, meaning there's been growth because China is building bigger factories and warehouses and making their cars. But consumer demand has been weaker. And unlike many countries, including the U. S. China has not given cash payments to its lowest income wage earners. Many of whom have not been able to find work after the pandemic that could further throw supply and demand out of sync because the quality will widen again and will weigh down the consumption growth. But for now, China is doing all right. The question is, how long it can keep it up. Emily Fang NPR NEWS China And coming up tomorrow on morning edition. For the first time, NASA is getting.

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"china lee" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:35 min | 6 months ago

"china lee" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"6, 80 Double new CBM, Baltimore and wcbm dot Corona virus takes center Stage China Lee Scylla Sarah Fox News President Trump and former Vice President Biden both holding town halls tonight. Separately in a town hall moderated by ABC News, George Stephanopoulos, former vice president Joe Biden was asked what he would have done in terms of policy if he were president during the beginning of the outbreak President was informed. How dangerous this virus wass on and all the way back and begin to February. I argue that we should be keeping people in China. President Trump is taking part in an NBC news town hall. He was asked about the event at the White House, where Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Brad Barret was introduced that some people have called a super spreader event for covert 19. Because people do not wear masks, saying he has to be out there is president and the people who wear masks are still being diagnosed with the virus. The second presidential debate was supposed to be tonight, but it was canceled after the president's covert 19 diagnosis. The next debate is a week from today. Go big or go home. That's the message from the president as he pushes Senate Republicans to reach a deal on a new round of Corona virus relief. In an interview with Fox Business President Trump said he's willing to raise the White House offer of $1.8 trillion in Corona virus relief. But Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says that some Is a much larger amount. Then he consulted his Republican members, proposing instead more targeted spending for small business of schools and unemployment benefits. Just because you can't have all you won't wanna.

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"china lee" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:35 min | 8 months ago

"china lee" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Alert. The big pit China Lee Scylla, Sarah that an hour and a half away from President Trump accepting the renomination and night for the Republican National Convention. In his speech, the president will continue to push the narrative that Biden will be a puppet of the radical left in this extra quote at the Democratic Convention. You barely heard a word about their agenda, but that's not because they don't have one is because their agenda is the most extreme set of proposals ever put forward by a major party nominee Boxes. John Roberts at the White House, Fox News Radio. Was democracy. 2020 coverage of the Republican National in National Convention is now live. Download the Fox News app. Click Listen to listen Live. The Illinois teenager arrested in connection with a shooting Tuesday night in Kenosha, Wisconsin. During protests over the shooting of a black band by police has been charged 17 year old Kyle Riton house facing two counts of murder. One count of attempted murder and other charges. Governor Tony Evers condemned the shooting. I would hope that a person would be provide some corrective action and suggestions to him. The man shot by police Jacob Blake remains in the hospital. His family has that he may never walk again. The Department of Justice is investigating a possible civil rights violations. The New York Mets in Florida Marlins joining the protest by other major league teams over the shooting. At first, pausing for 42 seconds, the number worn by Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in Major League Baseball. Then draping a black lives matter T shirt over home plate. Both teams then walked off the field, choosing to not play tonight's game. At least six people.

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"china lee" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:41 min | 9 months ago

"china lee" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Taking action against China Lee Scylla Sarah Fox News President Trump looking to punish China for its crackdown on Hong Kong, signing a measure that will sanction Chinese officials. Who take away free speech and assembly rights of Hong Kong citizens. Lt's any banks that do business with them, and the president, also signing an executive order Kong will now be treated the same as mainland China. No special economic treatment. Is he will soon be taking action on immigration President Trump, saying he will soon sign an executive order that, in his words would be merit based in impact hundreds of thousands of Dr recipients also known as dreamers, It'll be strong on the border, but you'll come in legally and you'll be able to come in legally. And very importantly, will be taken care of. People from Dhaka in a very Republican way. The president says he now supports taka and wants to make it law a reversal from his previous position. He also told reporters his executive order will provide a road to citizenship for those who arrived illegally in the US as Children in Washington. John Decker Fox News, former vice president, Biden unveiling Phase two of his economic plan focusing on climate change. It is literally the next potential threat to the health of our planet. And our very survival. For dispute. Mr President. Biden, Speaking in Delaware E says the $2 trillion plan will pay.

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"china lee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:07 min | 2 years ago

"china lee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Peter. Way executive, but is struggling to address market fears that a French? Truth with Beijing was at risk for more on this. We're joined now by Michael Pillsbury. He is the Hudson institute institutes Chinese strategies center director on US China relations. He is a hardliner on S China trade and has been advising the president in the White House on these trade talks, Michael thanks for joining us today. What are you advising the White House to do? Now. The White House doesn't need my advice there on a very clear trajectory, it's frankly, it's quite impressive. That the Chinese have agreed to come in and discuss their own misconduct and to work toward a written treaty. Will they will not do it again, and they'll be verification measures. So I I consider the arrest to be a diversion or not directly related to the actual trade talks. But it does spoil the atmosphere. This happened at nine hundred ninety nine when President Clinton accidentally said to be two bomber to Sarajevo, and the the bombs Wade into the Chinese embassy kills some Chinese embassy employees. He apologized, but the Chinese have kind of conspiracy thinking so they link these kind of events together. It wasn't true. Then it was really an accident. We didn't deliberately bombed the Chinese embassy nineteen ninety nine in Sarajevo, and frankly. Bill grad. Sorry, frankly, this is a coincidence. Miss mung. Apparently, according to the presentation and on Friday in Vancouver. She's engaged in some kind of fraudulent documents and activities and sorts of very routine garden variety case, it's nothing to do with high level US China trade negotiations. That's my view what the Chinese reaction is. Now as far as the U S China trade negotiations. Do you have any concerns about the deal unraveling or and have you spoken to the president about any concerns giving my views at the president? He's quite inquisitive about China. He knows president. She very well. He's one of the few people in America pronounces his last name correctly. I've heard many people saying president. Gee, gee, whiz all the time. It's not direct. It's she President Trump has spent more than twelve hours with him. In person. And then they've had I think at least thirty telephone call sometimes long as an hour. So he has a pretty good relationship with president. She, and that's what's driving this successful. Just sort of initiation of the formal trade talks. And as you know, the first round was by Wilbur Ross it didn't succeed then Steve Mnuchin Treasury Secretary had his as he had his chance. He did not succeed. So now, my friend Bob lighthizer is going to take over and he's the one who's a trade attorney. So frankly, he's the most professionally equipped to be able to wrestle the Chinese to a ninety day or less agreement. But Michael the markets are very worried. Investors are very worried about the outlook for these talks worried that this way woo. Excuse me, a walkway. Whoa. CFO arrest. Well, upset the applecart. They're worried that the trade truce will go away. Yes. Oh that there may be no deal with just see a bigger trade war. So what do you say to investors right now who are just worried sick about all this? I think investors are going to get used to the idea of technology friction between the US and China. This is something new President Obama was the first when he indicted five Chinese military, cyber hackers and requested their return to the United States and never came back. That was probably didn't try the market at the time. But what's happening now is China is doing so well, they're being to surpass us in a number of technology areas. So the US and by the way, Hillary Clinton's platform was the same had long section about fighting with China over technology theft and her platform, so an ANSI Pelosi Chuck Schumer, they both supported the president Chuck Schumer was for the tariffs the same day they were put on. So what you have. I think is a lot of investors who are not familiar with. Friction between the US and China. So it's stunning. It's worrisome. They've really got to get used to. We're going to be in this phase for years to come. So what should be done next in in your opinion? What would you tell the president and the administration should happen next? Well, I'd bring to the anyone's attention. The new changes that president Xi and his team have announced over the past month the began before Buenos Aires when the president when the exit was the prime minister of China Lee, Chung he made a statement that China's going to open its market the whitest in forty years. This gets into an issue called the bilateral investment treaty, which China's been closing off a large number of sectors of its economy to foreign investment. They're going to soften that up. That's something that everybody's been seeking for twenty years. The second whole area is something that goes beyond. Just verbal commitment to end the technology theft. There's progress in that there's now discussion of allowing wholly-owned foreign. Companies are majority owned foreign companies to operate in China that's been a big barrier for thirty years. There's a series of steps just to two to three days ago. They began talking about this is actually quite important criminalising intellectual property theft, obviously in China corruption allegations can land you in jail or get you executed. So if they're going to take intellectual property theft, much more seriously and make it into a crime in China. This is a huge step forward. I'm quite optimistic. Okay. You're optimistic that will be a deal. Eventually. Yes. Okay. Michael will continue. Okay. Hudson institute Chinese strategy center director and the author of the hundred year marathon, China's.

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"china lee" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"china lee" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"This is the tom hartman program by friends patriots lovers of democracy truth and justice believers in peace freedom and the american way it's friday on the week of fourth of july and the republican delegation that went over to moscow i guess it's just on their way back they left the country for the fourth i don't get that but you know i guess republicans do and although it's international travel is always fun you know but there's there's a lot of the news ought to get to a horse cooper's going to drop by a debate the epa with us an hour but other than that it's anything goes friday taking your calls on whatever you'd like to talk about our number two two eight ninety nine twenty five and starting out in this list of of you know kind of the news of the bizarre or the bizarre news of the day or whatever the proper phrases the company that is making the flags for trump's twenty twenty campaign the guy who owns the factory was interviewed on npr's show the indicator turns out he doesn't speak english so he had to be interviewed through a translator because he only speaks chinese because he owns a factory in china yep trumps american flags for twenty twenty campaign like all of the trump products basically are the vast majority of them and vodkas products as well made in china lee yang owens the factory he said we also make flags for trump for twenty twenty teams like he has another campaign going on in two thousand twenty isn't that right apparently they're getting a lot of orders this is amazing we've talked before about how our constitution was put together in a way that represented a lot of compromise and one of the major in fact the major compromise the find threaded throughout the constitution was an effort to to create a constitution of structural document for our country that both accommodated the needs and desires of the northerners who were opposed to slavery and in fact at at the time of the ratification of the constitution there were actually people of color in the north and in some states even women who were voting and although most of that got rolled back in the in the first fifty years after the constitution was ratified but at the time of the ratification of the constitution that was the case on the one hand and then on the other hand of course the southern states who were represented exclusively by white men and the vast majority of them being slaveholders and the southern states had relatively small white populations although they had large black populations i believe in georgia blacks outnumbered whites in fact it might have been the case in south carolina and so they had you know they were trying to thread this needle and and thus we got the electoral college and we got small states get the same two senators the large states do and it has produced particularly in the current era where republicans have exploited this construction of our constitution to you know about as far as you can we now have every branch of our government being you know.

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"china lee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"china lee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"At a alaska's auction this weekend i'm jan johnson and i'm bryan curtis in hong kong let's get you caught up on this hour's top business stories and the markets the us treasury is planning to heightened scrutiny of chinese investments insensitive us industry's this will fall under emergency law putting washington trade war with beijing on a potentially irreversible course the white house would target china's investment in us companies involved in new energy vehicles in robotics and aerospace asian stocks are falling this morning and the yen advanced investors are assessing prospects for continuing trade tensions between the us and china lee farage at state street the prospects for trade war that the fed thinking they're already starting to see signs that firms delaying investment or firms delaying hiring and then you have to look at markets as well you know trade wars offsetting equity so far but i think there's a deeper problem that and that's with the removal of qe meantime may twenty and paying the world's fourth most valuable startup has filed for an initial public offering in hong kong and it revealed the scope of its losses for the first time the company unveiled a net loss of two point nine billion dollars last year they joined smartphone maker shell me in targeting an ipo in hong kong shami also in profitable and lost more than a billion dollars in the first three months of two thousand eighteen alone is it expensive a question i put to ben sent of bloomberg news well it looks expensive no matter how you slice it brian you know he's seeking a premium valuation when you compare it to other smartphone makers he's seeking evaluation that's two to three times the valuation the multiple is the apple trades at so in apple is also a company that is you know at its high hardware company that on top of it does smart home gadgets services things like that and we check markets every fifteen minutes thanks hang index is down six tenths of one percent and wti crude now sixty eight dollars and thirty six cents a barrel global news twenty four hours a day and the tick tock on twitter powered by twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in one hundred twenty countries in on call i'm brian curtis this this is bloomberg this is bloomberg best bloomberg best is about the insight and the context get from our guests it's a great way to catch up on some of the stories you might have missed on the bloomberg stories you're not going to find in any other news organizations bloomberg best bloomberg's best stories of the week powered by twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries around the world and also i'm ed baxter on this edition of bloomberg best we'll have a special hour with goldman sachs ceo lloyd blankfein with the discussion of global markets us interest rates and trade relations between the us and china i don't think we're in a suicide pact on this so i suspect that we're not going to cause the compass to collapse with a no on steroids but i do think that what's going on i do think some people have commented that this is a this is colleague negotiating pattern all this and more coming up in the next hour of bloomberg best amid heightened trade tensions between the us and china goldman sachs chief executive lloyd blankfein says the president trump's additional two hundred billion dollars and threatened tariffs will not cause a collapse of any of the world's biggest economies he spoke with bloomberg news editor in chief john mickel wait at the economic club of new york earlier this week china promising to fire back against the trump tariffs are we in a trade war are we in a huge game of chicken or is this just a side show from your point of view i'll let you know the problem is is that how many times can you be on the edge of your seat waiting to waiting for the shoe to drop it doesn't drop and how many times can you get that anxious about it.

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Meituan-Dianping files for Hong Kong IPO; aims to raise over $4 billion.

Bloomberg Best

03:50 min | 3 years ago

Meituan-Dianping files for Hong Kong IPO; aims to raise over $4 billion.

"At a alaska's auction this weekend i'm jan johnson and i'm bryan curtis in hong kong let's get you caught up on this hour's top business stories and the markets the us treasury is planning to heightened scrutiny of chinese investments insensitive us industry's this will fall under emergency law putting washington trade war with beijing on a potentially irreversible course the white house would target china's investment in us companies involved in new energy vehicles in robotics and aerospace asian stocks are falling this morning and the yen advanced investors are assessing prospects for continuing trade tensions between the us and china lee farage at state street the prospects for trade war that the fed thinking they're already starting to see signs that firms delaying investment or firms delaying hiring and then you have to look at markets as well you know trade wars offsetting equity so far but i think there's a deeper problem that and that's with the removal of qe meantime may twenty and paying the world's fourth most valuable startup has filed for an initial public offering in hong kong and it revealed the scope of its losses for the first time the company unveiled a net loss of two point nine billion dollars last year they joined smartphone maker shell me in targeting an ipo in hong kong shami also in profitable and lost more than a billion dollars in the first three months of two thousand eighteen alone is it expensive a question i put to ben sent of bloomberg news well it looks expensive no matter how you slice it brian you know he's seeking a premium valuation when you compare it to other smartphone makers he's seeking evaluation that's two to three times the valuation the multiple is the apple trades at so in apple is also a company that is you know at its high hardware company that on top of it does smart home gadgets services things like that and we check markets every fifteen minutes thanks hang index is down six tenths of one percent and wti crude now sixty eight dollars and thirty six cents a barrel global news twenty four hours a day and the tick tock on twitter powered by twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in one hundred twenty countries in on call i'm brian curtis this this is bloomberg this is bloomberg best bloomberg best is about the insight and the context get from our guests it's a great way to catch up on some of the stories you might have missed on the bloomberg stories you're not going to find in any other news organizations bloomberg best bloomberg's best stories of the week powered by twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries around the world and also i'm ed baxter on this edition of bloomberg best we'll have a special hour with goldman sachs ceo lloyd blankfein with the discussion of global markets us interest rates and trade relations between the us and china i don't think we're in a suicide pact on this so i suspect that we're not going to cause the compass to collapse with a no on steroids but i do think that what's going on i do think some people have commented that this is a this is colleague negotiating pattern all this and more coming up in the next hour of bloomberg best amid heightened trade tensions between the us and china goldman sachs chief executive lloyd blankfein says the president trump's additional two hundred billion dollars and threatened tariffs will not cause a collapse of any of the world's biggest economies he spoke with bloomberg news editor in chief john mickel wait at the economic club of new york earlier this week china promising to fire back against the trump tariffs are we in a trade war are we in a huge game of chicken or is this just a side show from your point of view i'll let you know the problem is is that how many times can you be on the edge of your seat waiting to waiting for the shoe to drop it doesn't drop and how many times can you get that anxious about it.

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"china lee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"china lee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of your bloomberg type squawk on your terminal squawk that's a bloomberg business flash tom and john current greatly appreciated john mayer both transfixed by the social media feed right now off of john sweet and make simpson's videos simpson's cuts on american cartoon weekend when you would me rubbish about the wedding well you know it's it's it's tough people care about john do they desperately speed we care about michael mckee with account about mike we care about michael mckee michael mckee with us of course looking at all of our economics worldwide am i can i can do this because you're so well read in which is what does our audience need to know about the bilateral ness of this trade discussion with china it's not is it's a ad hoc unilateral discussion in the united states versus a china that i was just as just saying wait well there's no negotiation as thin is no ultimate trade deal that we're looking to get into with the chinese what they're trying to do is solve a short term problem and it appears that the trump administration backed down on its demands with china lee from tire at at least for the time being probably because they need china's help with the north koreans say is this is this going to be a precursor north koreans where there's quote unquote not goshi asians well we don't know what's going to end up having we don't know for sure that this summit is gonna take place between the trump administration and the north koreans but if it does they want china's help so they've agreed to this morpheus will buy more stuff kind of thing which we don't have any numbers on we don't know exactly what they'll buy and when you look at the numbers it's almost impossible for them to come up with a significant increase in some of the major categories they're talking about so i'm not sure what we get out of that and you already have comment from american manufacturers expressing great disappointment that nothing was done about the whole issue of intellectual property theft yeah so so one has to assume that we will come back to this at some point you have to assume that the likes of wilbur ross the commerce secretary who's written about the.

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"china lee" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"china lee" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"It will be resolved yelling at the kids and i'm like okay well maybe frustrated you know what i'm saying he had hit me up when he had called me he was like yeah you know don't give me a check either wire it or give them cash it's so i'm in complete disbelief just for paper trail i just told vera say you know what i'm gonna tell him i'm going wiry gave me the bank information and i don't know if the cavs if you go straight to you guys i'm not questioning you hope to single phone tap more heart starting to drop tell me he can give me sweat shirts t shirts and all kinds of aw man short short choice we'll wait oh facetime kiss me red so carolina traffic center darrow great guy great organization the cavs over there do stick around your radios at seven twenty we got your key word for your dodgers take man angeles dodgers tickets coming up seven twenty yuki were will be announced at value traffic a also later today we're going to be premiering those two nicki menaj drags trust me you do not want to miss out on this barbie teams and china lee that which hardly met is she goes on to say it is she's not lazy on any no but listen if you have the iheartradio app you won't miss out on the world premieres because that's how you can have it right there on your phone doesn't matter where you're at today.

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"china lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"china lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And by the listeners of kqed good morning the time now five forty five it's morning edition from npr news i'm steve inskeep and i'm david drain of former cia spy made an appearance of quiet appearance in us district court this week he is charged with retaining classified materials and this comes as the cia's trying to understand why beginning in 2010 it's informants in china began vanishing jailed and executed here's anchors greg mary with more the case against jerry chung shing lee sounds like it belongs to an earlier age of espionage a dual citizen of the us in china lee fifty three was a cia spy for more than a decade after leaving the agency he settled in hong kong lee visited hawaii in virginia in 2012 during his trip the fbi sneak into his hotel room in says it found two small books with hanwritten names and phone numbers of cia employees in informants this was classified information he shouldn't have had yet lee wasn't arrested perhaps they were trying to build a more significant case against in it's hard to know chris johnson is a former cia china analyst who's now at the center for strategic and international studies but it does speak i think to the complexities of the game if you will these days that there was this seemingly unexplainable interregnum and then they finally went ahead and arrested him this time it's important to note that lee is accused of retaining classified information he has not been charged with passing it on to the chinese government the new york times and other media outlets report he suspected of doing so the cia and the fbi aren't commenting lease cases unusual when it comes to china china he's espionage is more often cyber snooping based on what i see in cyberspace they are dedicated they are vigorous there are persistent martin labicki is a professor at the us naval academy and author of cyberspace in peace and war i think one former head of the fbi compared the chinese to a bunch of drunken burglars going through your house the us begin naming and.

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"china lee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"china lee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A year ago when lance held a town hall thousands of people filled the auditorium and protested outside he got an earful about donald trump the repeal of obamacare and russian interference in the election this year lance is likely to hear about the tax overhaul even though he voted against it one of his democratic challengers tom mellon housekey raised more money than lance in the last quarter of 2017 and now democrat lisa mandel bled has dropped out endorsing malinowski and calling on all other democrats to avoid a bloody primary and rally behind him a new casino in the catskills is officially open for business resorts world catskills open yesterday to an increasingly competitive market the one billion dollar resort is located in monticello about eighty miles northwest of new york city it's the last of four upstate casinos opening under a voterapproved amendment to the state constitution while the cloudy day today highs near thirty six degrees clouds tonight temperatures rising to around thirty nine degrees it's morning edition from npr news i'm steve inskeep and i'm david greene of former cia spy made an appearance of quiet appearance in us district court this week he is charged with retaining classified materials and this comes as the cia's trying to understand why beginning in 2010 it's informants in china began vanishing jailed and executed here's anchors greg mary with more the case against jerry chun chingli sounds like it belongs to an earlier age of espionage a dual citizen of the us in china lee fifty three was a cia spy for more than a decade after leaving the agency he settled in hong kong lee visited hawaii in virginia in 2012 during his trip the fbi sneak into his hotel room in says it found two small books with hanwritten names and phone numbers of cia employees in informants this was classified information he shouldn't have had yet lee wasn't arrested perhaps they were trying to build a more significant case against in it's hard to know chris johnson is a former cia china analyst who's now at the center for strategic and international studies but it does speak i think to the complexities of the game if you will these days that there was this seemingly unexplainable interregnum and then they finally went ahead and arrested him this time it's important to note that lee is accused of retaining classified information he has not been charged with passing.

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"china lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"china lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In khulna lulu hawaii in august of two thousand twelve a team of fbi agents searched a hotel room inside a piece of luggage they found a small clear plastic travel pack and inside that pack a deep book than an address book the books belong to former cia officer jerry chun leap they contained hand written notes and the classified information meeting places and the true names and phone numbers of cia sources in china lee was arrested this week at jfk airport in new york as the new york times first reported this comes as the cia is trying to bounce back from one of the worst intelligence breaches in decades have breached that has seen more than a dozen cia sources in china killed or imprisoned dennis wilder retired from the cia in 2016 in he was deputy assistant director for east asia and the pacific and i asked him how these case fits into a pattern of china targeting former cia officers the chinese certainly are an aggressive service and the united states is one of their top targets for intelligence collection and so yes there agents are all over the world in the united states in foreign countries trying to find vulnerable people to recruit from within the intelligence community in the cia this is wellknown and our officers are aware of this and work very hard to defend themselves against this kind of activity but occasionally the chinese have success i called this episode one of the worst intelligence breaches.

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"china lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"china lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And an address book the books belong to former cia officer jerry chun leap they contained hand written notes and classified information meeting places and the true names and phone numbers of cia sources in china lee was arrested this week at jfk airport in new york as the new york times first reported this comes as the cia is trying to bounce back from one of the worst intelligence breaches in decades have reached that has seen more than a dozen cia sources in china killed or imprisoned dennis wilder retired from the cia in 2016 in he was deputy assistant director for east asia and the pacific and i asked him how li's case fits into a pattern of china targeting former cia officers the chinese certainly are an aggressive service and the united states is one of their top targets for intelligence collection and so yes there agents are all over the world in the united states in foreign countries trying to find vulnerable people to recruit from within the intelligence community in the cia this is wellknown and our officers are aware of this and work very hard to defend themselves against this kind of activity but occasionally the chinese have success i called this episode a one of the worst intelligence breaches in decades how grief is the damage to cia operations while honestly without a little more information is hard to gauge the most secret inner sanctum of any intelligence agency is the names of the people who have agreed to commit treason against their own governments someone taking those names and giving them to a foreign power will mean that people die it will mean that their families are in jeopardy it is one of the most serious morale busting things that can happen moraleboosting and i i assume there's always the concern as well that it will discourage people from cooperating with the cia in future whether those are sources in china or elsewhere in the world absolutely and one of the things that would've happened in this case depending on exactly when he handed over information and in fact we don't even know for sure that he handed it over but let's assume he handed it over if he had handed it over hopefully it was after 2012 not before 2012 if it was after they found the notebook obviously there would have been in a mitigation attempt to get the.

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"china lee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"china lee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And the classified information meeting places and the true names and phone numbers of cia sources in china lee was arrested this week at jfk airport in new york as the new york times first reported this comes as the cia is trying to bounce back from one of the worst intelligence breaches in decades have breached that has seen more than a dozen cia sources in china killed or imprisoned dennis wilder retired from the cia in 2016 when he was deputy assistant director for east asia and the pacific and i asked him how li's case fits into a pattern of china targeting former cia officers the chinese certainly are an aggressive service and the united states is one of their top targets for intelligence collection and so yes there agents are all over the world in the united states in foreign countries trying to find vulnerable people to recruit from within the intelligence community in the cia this is wellknown and our officers are aware of this and work very hard to defend themselves against this kind of activity but occasionally the chinese have success i called this up showed one of the worst intelligence breaches in decades how grief is the damage to cia operations while honestly without a little more information it is hard to gauge the most secret inner sanctum of any intelligence agency is the names of the people who have agreed to commit treason against their own governments someone taking those names and giving them to a foreign power will mean that people die it will mean that their families are in jeopardy it is one of the most serious morale busting things that can happen morale busting and i i assume there's always the concern as well that it will discourage people from cooperating with the cia and future whether those are sources in china or elsewhere in the world absolutely and one of the things that would've happened in this case depending on exactly when he handed over information and in fact we don't even know for sure that he handed it over but let's assume handed it over if he had handed it over hopefully it was after 2012 not before 2012 if it was after they found the notebook obviously there would have been in a mitigation attempt to get the.

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"china lee" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"china lee" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"To a living in a dictatorship or living in north korea or living in communist china because that's a can now to a living in a dictatorship or living in north korea or living in communist china lee right the democratic propaganda media is the enemy of journalism real journalism daily right the democratic propaganda media is the enemy of journalism real journalism then of the united states because they perverted every day by claiming to hide behind the first amendment so that nobody can criticize of the united states because they perverted every day by claiming to hide behind the first amendment so that nobody can criticize and just as you have the right to criticize others they have the right to criticise you and no criticism and just as you have the right to criticize others they have the right to criticise you and no criticism no no no no it's not akin to being rotting in some jail a naf is enough noname amino it's not akin to being rotting in some jail a north is enough the eight sixty eight let me ask you this question is trump critised is he attacking freedom the eggs 68 let me ask you this question is trump criticize is he attacking freedom sick first amendment rights and press freedoms when he calls out cnn or calls out msnbc or calls out the new york times the first amendment rights and press freedoms when he calls out cnn or calls out msnbc or calls out the new york diamond defend themselves how come he can't attack them but they can attack him isn't freedom supposed to be a twoway street and defend themselves how come he can't attack them but they can attack him isn't freedom supposed to be a twoway street a say absolutely not liberal say yes your calls right after the short brick it's time to me texting grace say absolutely not liberals say yes.

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"china lee" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"china lee" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"Okay steve and which are guards x to go to china lee weren't for a tour for a calm retort okay but he's always whenever comes to china does a you have the good stuff in the book and beat it nor cruel what looked him at and this video he made of him finding chinese fireworks and setting them off and just as dark street and then he like lights him off and then towards into the video of fucking full bus goes by and you're like oh others not an abandoned street at all is just a working street that you've just letting off fireworks in china is in china yeah and you know around goes there and i love the idea of of the viselike that's his own he he's not going to go your engine he's not one of these guys his obsessed with with rare butterfly is it's the fireworks net that's what i love about travel to is that you can find whatever your narrating out on ya and find the local liberation you can find i when i was in me and mar um finding like tapes of me and maher musicians and this was in like two thousand one while his preopening up and it was like this is the the burmese cypress hill i mean it's like cypress hill could probably sued these guys for ieo a he could have even been just like burmeselanguage cover songs of of a do burmeselanguage covers arms a lot you hear some of the radio on hillock on one of his busing a win another song of her this on before but as data could have been what it was you know whatever however insane in the brain translates into burmese uh and so that was part of the fun of it is that you can and i know a guy who use right for my blog sort of takes a punk rock he he he he seeks out music scenes in places like malaysia and indonesia in in in asia or bangladesh and he wrote an article about black medal in bangladesh uh and so.

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