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"chongqing" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist
"It's hard to imagine a project bigger than an entire city but understanding the history of the environment that these projects exist in is crucial to building things that fit in with the landscape in the case of a building for example past uses of the space should inform what comes after wirelessly. You are a small architecture firm with big plans in the current project. The Chongqing Industrial Real Museum which is situated within the remaining shades of the Chongqing Steel wicks is a perfect example of keeping a vein of history running through redevelopment. When we designed Jinnai the design together we talk a lot about character and experience right and so when we work with old things doesn't really matter what our existing things even. If it's a curbed retrea or a building structure it's like how do we utilize those things to create more drama more experience and build off of those and so I would say that's kind of our approach to this say rather than the memories are of course that might inform part of the kind of experience but is very much about using what's their re framing to create more from Chinese development was clearly a hot topic and recite aim to explore this notion and the east meets West Block having spent the last five years based in China China before recently relocating to London wirelessly founders Jamie Wallis and g you have first hand experience drawing from both Eastern and Western influences. So how do those styles manifest their work. I don't think there is such a strong divide in visual language between East and West anymore as we're the young generation architecture. The world is blending in in one big pot but we do have our personal language that were brought into project for example our relationship ship between the new and old is always quite onomic is always about increasing amount agree areas whatever we can and these areas will be made eighteen lay the language so people will be able to feel free to explore is about breaking down delineations boundaries and restrictions of free movement as well and I think that as a design language we consistently apply to a few of our projects and in the museum projects H. It's just become visually because it has amazing old backing of steel factory. Visually it becomes very strong. China wasn't the only source of inspiration in the block. We were also offered the chance to look further east with the Japanese born architect. IASCAIGH HANNA WHO's one of the principal partners at Beijing's. Mad Architects Ticks. I think how about contemporary architecture it seems. Japan China has quite different but like a deep in history. I believe we have a lot of comb. Ah Understanding about how to understand the wall or nature the how to design the space for Arctic space for the people to having kind of balance between people and nature. I'm quite interested in about understaffed is a key core over understanding over the space in in Asia the how we can bring these kind of speeds who actually go back to the contemporary world where we live but for mad architects. It's it's not just about building for now. It's about looking to the future I think in the rarity anti-china having lots of need for new architecture need for new urban on space but I think it's important that we have kind of Beige home. How this future the city can be bit appraise for the people. How would you start your account help to push not chasing for only for the canonical aspects square meter if it is the but how we can keep deep space for the people I think that's why our office we have. Bette Davis Picture typology which tried to visualize our vision of the future city I wanNA to help to open I or the people we also managed to spearmint with Italian Bowen Curator and critic Chileans who worked for a decade in China Lonzo wants to refocus foods and reassess just what it is. We're aiming to regenerate. I think it's more about ideas because it's not about finding right models. It's is finding adaptive methodologies the can be replicated and think critically this comes in the hands of the younger generations that are going on A. BA in the role in the place of moderating this future conversations for themselves and others so I think that de conversation is always hard to have love and not just in China for once Chinese. exceptionalism doesn't really apply here but in general I would say with an imposed kind of situation relation which comes now particularly with the fact that governmental directives don't allow to build anything anymore really especially not in first-year CDs missile. I begin Shanghai in one role. There is room to have this conversation become more of the Norma in the second thirty our CD's where not only there is an existing cd but where there is a whole new kind of population you know like an often younger population's right to abandon the fast pace of busy so if they are capable to keep this conversation up then I I think that they are working in the right directions. I believe that law has to be done from the side of education and the thing that worries me the most most is that you have to imagine that in China every year particularly from a technical schools which include architecture urbanism and design there. There are something like four million people coming out every year so if they get it wrong. It's a big problem so that's sauce what I've been working on a lot in the past couple of years with my projects biking Beijing with beside design and the global school so I think that that's an issue that deserves actiony actiony advair conversation not just in China..
"chongqing" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Dot com when she wrote a piece to say Shit Chongqing said why people like it was at once kind of ridiculous and at the same time of course completely understandable because that is your man that is the father of your children. I'm not I know it sucks to see him. Go through that share in your your role as a black woman has to be shut the fuck up because that's the one time and all these other black women believe black women trust black women are like not you shut the fuck up. How dare you you know like that's the time and so they they don't think that us on the outside looking in and go? Isn't that a little hypocritical. Isn't that a little bit I mean I don't have no grace for her. Because I would understand that's progressive situation. She's both say nothing for years. No matter what you say and that's his mother wife and that's the one time that is what black women's shut the fuck up speaking to try to silence people. All these people just look bad everybody involved and the fact that you you know is is is a get down a late hour. Both sides of these people it shows you just how fucking we how we in unrealistic realistic at all is like I'll do now is sit back and hope people do the work. They say they doing and chill the fuck out. I ain't giving nobody no money. nope no but that's my white meat will that will be guilted into giving our money to do whatever the fuck y'all doing with it. I'm not asking for. Nobody taxes overseas. If you say you're doing it okay we'll see because even when you get that share it's not good enough like our legitimately Saturday and thought about it and was like this really did give up five years of taxes and all this shit for it didn't change nothing. I mean people know Your Business and nothing happened. You know like look. Here's the fog really I mean he really honestly guy. I would have been better off saying fuck these negatives if he if he truly is righteous and it's helping people he would have been better off shocking saying fuck these negatives about five six years ago and just helping people and not just deleted his twitter account or handing the twitter account to somebody at a at one of his organizations or some shit like yeah man. I'm not even fitting do this. You know they get mad at him for like being wrong about shit where he likes accused like this white man is the one that shot this little girl and and they were like see look at it and I'm like y'all I washed out accused people at around shit. I've seen you do it on twitter. I've seen it. I've seen I'll get people fired and then find out that person was the right person or it was above them or something. I think I'll do only him. He'd only got to pay though so this is weird man so how good luck for everybody man right either either. Hopefully you know the stuff. You're doing oh and then there's this is the other element I did forget to mention. I actually know activists. That seem to be very righteous. You don't really see a lot of she talked about them but you want to know what they all have in common they not trying to win twitter every last one of them. I'm not even GonNa say they name 'cause. It's just GONNA lead to people be like you're trying to pay activists against each other and I'm not but I know some of the I've broke bread with Dow in been like like Oh this. This is my focus really about this word you know they would you know for entertainment and stuff but also I've sat and talked to them about the work they do. They working fuck. You don't see them all to pick out of celebrities and all the events of the day is trying to give you is just work is work like the way you go to your job and do work work right ninety dollars a day job forty hours a week. Whatever what you aren't doing on your twitter spending a bunch of time talking about everything that happened at your job? Does he work at Tom flicking. Let.
"chongqing" Discussed on KCRW
"Last night and said let's get back to the table so we'll be getting back to the table and I think they want to do something hurt very badly but they understand this is the right thing to do and I can't great respect for I have great respect for this is a very positive for the world earlier China's top trade negotiator had said he was open to calm consultation and cooperation with the U. S. over trained and peers Emily Fang reports the comments come after both countries announced more terrorists on each other's goods negotiator Lee you heard a city resolutely oppose the escalation of the trade war and welcome to US companies to invest and operate in China his comments are made at a tech conference in the southwestern city of Chongqing and reported on by state backed media news invitation to talks comes after both sides announced new tears for the weekend and escalation of the ongoing trade dispute president trump and said he had second thoughts about escalating the trade war but the White House leader walked back those comments saying trumps only regret was he had not been more aggressive in imposing new tariffs on China the two countries are supposed to meet in September for a new round of trade talks but a date has not yet been set and we sang and pure news Beijing separately at the G. seven summit arounds foreign minister made a surprise appearance Mohammad Javad Zarif meant with his French German and U. K. counterparts he did not meet with the US delegation president trump said today that French president Emmanuel macron had asked for his approval to invite the Iranian official and that trump gave it disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein will appear in court today in New York and peers rose Friedman reports he's expected to be arraigned on a new charge Harvey Wednesday in the former movie mogul was already charged with five counts of sexual assault against two different women charges stemming from incidents in two thousand six and twenty thirteen once teens trial is scheduled for early September now just a few weeks out the Manhattan district attorney is adding another charge to the list actress Annabella she or I told The New Yorker magazine the Harvey Weinstein attacked her at her New York apartment in the early nineteen nineties the DA brought her before the grand jury in order to include her testimony in court prosecutors have indicated that they will bring other women as witnesses to testify to a pattern of abuse by whites dean it's possible this new charge will set the trial date back to give the defense time to respond rose Friedman NPR.
"chongqing" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
"This weekend tens of millions of people in the United States, and tens of millions more around the world in Columbus, Georgia in Cardiff, Wales and Chongqing China engine. I India will leave their homes they'll get in their cars, or they'll take public transportation or they will carry themselves by foot, and they'll step into a room and sit down next to someone. They don't know. Or maybe someone they do. And the lights will go down and the watching movie. They'll watch movies about aliens or robots or robot aliens or regular people, but they will all be movies about what it means to be human. Millions will feel all or fear millions will laugh and millions will cry and then the lights will come back on and they'll reemerge into the world. They knew several hours prior and millions of people will look at the world a little bit differently than they did when they went in. Like going to temple or a mosque for church or any other religious institution. Movie going is in many ways, a sacred ritual repeated week after week after week I'll be there this weekend. Just like I was on most weekends between the years of nineteen ninety six and nineteen ninety at the multiplex. No the shopping mall about five miles from my childhood home in Columbus, Georgia. The funny thing is that somewhere between then. And now, I accident we changed part of the conversation about which of those movies. Get made. So the story actually begins in two thousand five in an office high above Sunset Boulevard where I was junior executive at Leonardo dicaprio's production company, happy and way, and for those of you who aren't familiar with how the film industry works at basically means that I was one of a few people behind the person who produces the movie for the people behind in front of the camera whose names you better recognize than mine, essentially, you're an assistant movie producer who does the unglamorous work that goes into the creative aspect of producing a movie, you make lists of writers and directors and actors, you might be right for movies that you wanna will into existence you meet with many of them and their representatives hoping to curry favor for some future date. And you read a lot read novels that might become movies. You'll be comic books that might become movies. You read articles might become movies, we'd scripts than might become movies, and you'll be scripts from writers that my write the adaptation of the novels of the comic books of the articles and might rewrite the scripts that you're already working on. All this in the hope of finding the next big thing for the next big writer. You can deliver something that can make you and your company the next big thing. So in two thousand five development executive of the an artist's production company. I got a phone call from the Representative of a screenwriter that began pretty much the way all of those conversations. Did I've got Leo's next moving. And this movie that is client had written Leah would play an oil industry, lobbyist girlfriend local meteorologists threatens to leave him because his where it contributes to global warming. And this is a situation that's been brought to a head by the fact that there's a hurricane for me and the Atlantic that's threatening to do Maria like damage from Maine to Myrtle Beach. Leo, very sad about this intending break-up does a little more research about the hurricane and discovers that it's path across the Atlantic. It will pass over a long doormat Donau active volcano that will spew toxic ash into its I that will presumably we wept into some sort of chemical weapon that will destroy the world. It was at that point. But I asked him. So are you basically pitching me Leo versus the toxic superstorm that will destroy humanity. And he responded by saying when you say it like that sounds ridiculous..
Video shows bus plunging off bridge into river after passenger, driver fight
"In China fight between a bus driver. And a passenger costs a boss to plunge off a high bridge into a river with all on board the vehicle presumed dead when the driver of her bus refused to stop a forty eight year old passenger started punching him and he's him on the head with a phone. The Boston the wrong side of the road colliding with an oncoming car broke through a God, rile and plunged off a bridge into the young see river carrying fifteen people, including the driver, so Shane buddies have been recovered and two still missing Sean as police have released the blackbox recording of the crash which happened on Sunday in Chongqing it shows. The video recording
"chongqing" Discussed on Mac OS Ken
"OS Ken, an a big thanks to linked in for sponsoring this week show. News of potential human rights violations and apple supply chain and gadget has the Hong Kong based human rights group say calm sang that Quanta computer is using high school kids to manufacturer apple watch series, four citing a piece from the financial times and gadget says say calm interviewed nearly thirty high school students working at quantum computers factory and Chongqing China and found many of them were working on the assembly line, one high schooler said there were about one hundred twenty students working in the plant performing the same procedures over and over again like a robot. Sounds like crappy internship, but it also sounds like an internship, then it goes from sounding questionable to sounding illegal quoting the peace again, a number of suits reported being made to work overnight and night shifts, which is illegal under Chinese labor laws. The high schoolers were supposedly son to the factories by teachers, and the number of the students said they were told that they would not graduate. If they didn't complete the internships. And gadget says apple is looking into the allegations. Just because we're not keeping a close eye on the ongoing battle between. Apple and Qualcomm doesn't mean no one is and gadget has the mobile processor firm saying in court that apple currently owes it seven billion dollars in missed royalty payments. The declaration doesn't guarantee that apple actually owes that much according to end gadget, but it does reveal the scale of Qualcomm claims against its former customer. And finally today a couple of phone ten are stories distinctly lacking. And surprise, I island says I fix it breaking things. So you don't have to has done its usual deal of buying the latest, apple hardware, busting it. Open than seeing how easy it would be to put back together slotting in as it does between I phone eight an iphone ten as I fix it found traits of both of those phones inside I phone ten are quoting I lounge the iphone ten are uses the Tanggula battery and single layer board design of the iphone aids. But of course, incorporates elements like the true depth camera and face ide- from the iphone ten along with a square ish. Logic board the tear down revealed many of the same chips that were used in the iphone ten s models, including the new age twelve processor along with some new elements like a modular sim reader, and it's final thoughts on the Tara down. I fix it. Two things to like two things to be troubled by and one thing the flat out dislike on the likes I fix. It says the display I opening procedure and easy access to the battery remain design priorities. A broken display can be replaced with minimal hardware removal and with a little care. You can preserve base ide-..
"chongqing" Discussed on World News Analysis
"But if that fails, you has this what they call a blocking statute to protect the companies conducting business with Iran from US actions. They employed this during the sanctions on Cuba, and they could do it again. But this once again is is pitting the United States against it. What would have been it's should dishes ally in essence pushing it away. And I don't see the EU, you know, Ewing, like, Mexico and Canada, basically laying down and saying look sign anything. We'll do anything they have their own power as I said. The export seven point five trillion. US is that two point one trillion? So there's there it's not a comparible. So I know where will the oil price? Go. Could it spy has highest ninety US in the coming months as the JP Morgan claims will what are the economic and political factors behind this oil price. This is the entire problem it knowing knows with Donald Trump in there. Tweet a day could change the markets in any. Up or down. So you really trying to forecast and get into these market is very very dangerous. I think there will be bilby some speculators. But I think a larger number will just be the actual industries that need this oil, and that they will be the main players in there. I mean, you cannot get rid of Iranian oil. You cannot shake in the whole world. You know, I it just doesn't make any sense. So people are holding their breath hoping that Donald Trump will become more reasonable after the midterm elections. Even if it goes against them and start trying to claw back he's under tremendous pressure. Now, this guy who complained that, you know, bomb of was irresponsible because when the stock market dropped he wasn't you know, he was he didn't come right back to the White House. Now, he's had a huge deficit. It's just before the elections. It's bound to have some sort of affect and he has to figure out he's going to do. So she did do agree with. I not I I'm hip. Menu up two points. I I totally agree that the fundamental program Bill note. So I'm easy. He's highly myopic in the policy issue tried to him again for the United States, and in McCue Dickey would be elected as the United States. Did you by putting a personal interest on top of the nays, no uterus? And this is the most dangerous game. I have ever been vol US president. He's pretty young jet Hongkong professor with Chongqing university and Tangun author and columnist speaking with.
"chongqing" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast
"Worse topic. We didn't. That's it. I just feel like his I know applause, but I don't know the emergency stuff like gunman. No. You just wrought in secre streaming help either? Yes. We get tired of the of You're long. gonna go way high. Was that a for this Chongqing's a good one. You know, chicken. Take, you know, thank you. You must know. Thank you inside language. Right. Oh, I didn't know that once knew that forgot nyc and use it. Would you ever do that? Would there ever be a situation where someone's like, waiting on unit copy shop, and they're hearing impaired and you know that they are. Would you ever sign thank you. I'd probably be too embarrassed. You wouldn't do it? I've done it two drivers. I've done it. There's that cafe that's instead staffed entirely by hearing impaired people. And this is hearing impaired is that is that in itself offensive because there's a culture around deafness, and I can't say everybody who's death is in it, but they're very, very protective of deaf culture. And like even the word death is an important work you use, I think like maybe somebody can correct me on this. Yeah. Like if I'm like trying to change it and say some other word, my hearing impaired myth. Mike, actually they prefer the word death as opposed to like anything else. I think so. But the has a cafe down south that a, it's deft entirely by deaf people to death. Owner. So it's an all deaf staff. Have you been yet straight trait? And you don't think you walk in and something's different. And I think because it just like kind of like traffic on the roads is that it's a bunch of people just driving by themselves and then all of some other people show up and then that causes traffic. Right? But then it leads later in the day to even traffic slowdowns in certain parts of it cascades, right, sort of thinking is when they start their day at the restaurant. No one is notice talking allowed. So then customers come in and no one's talking aloud. So the customers don't talk loud, but then you come in and there's more customers and literally it's one of the quietest places I've so like traffic with electric costs..
Australia's Prime Minister Faces Leadership Challenge
"Thank you in Australia Malcolm Turnbull is fighting for, his political life that. Prime minister called a special meeting of his party tomorrow amid at Schanche to his leadership when the party ruined meeting. Is, cold offline fight a spill motion to be moved if the motion is carried I will treat that as vote of no. Confidence and, I will not stand as a candidate in. The ballot, the, move comes. After Turnball saw several key ministers resigned today the AUSSIE dollar is weakening on the news currently at point seven two.
"chongqing" Discussed on The President's Inbox
"Of in a few months and you read these quotes from truman where he'll say you know i don't really understand all this stuff happening in china but go to care of it so recently asked us because truman in some sense was the accidental president he'd been buzz right president for only a couple of months if the are dies and truman did not have deep background in foreign policy and in many ways he was surprised by the policies of the administration most notably was not you became president learned of the manhattan project for the atomic bomb so i just i don't have a good sense of how much truman by this point november nineteen fortyfive really should have grasped the complexities as opposed to knowing i got a problem have it fixed right he'd he'd been president for only six at this point six or seven months at this point and what's really striking is you go back and read you know going to even just flipping through newspapers from nineteen forty five it wasn't this kind of moment after world war two where everyone was kind of enjoying the triumphant and things looked kind of easy going from there could have been amazing number of problems both at home and internationally that really may truman really feel like he was kind of on the ropes and it was everything from inflation and strikes at home political strife at home to all of these countries where they were us troops that needed to be occupied incredible pressure to bring the boys home after they'd been fighting this war so truman minute looks at this kind of both domestic anglo landscape of incredible problems in china for him is pretty far down on the list he knows that if it goes wrong it could become a much bigger problem but he does not see it as something that he wanted many problems and it's not obviously obvious that it's one that belongs at the top of his priority list that's right okay so general marshall accepts the true truman says truman tries to kind of downplay the extent of the commitment he says you can go for probably two or three months take care of this little problem broker a peace lay the groundwork for chinese democracy in then you can go back to your retirement and marshall says okay i i will go on this mission and i will delay my retirement by few months that charged that that truman gives him is to go to chongqing which is at the time the the wartime capital of china to work with representatives of the national communist to broker a peace in the civil war and then to create this this chinese democracy after decade trivial tasks that's right you know it's just just a couple of little things and marshall realize marshall is not under any allusions of this is going to be an especially easy task he realizes that figures like joseph stillwell have tried to do some of this during during world war two but he he accepts the mission and so in december nineteen forty five he flies across the pacific to china at the time this cat go with them or does she stay from his not go catherine comes later but at the beginning it's just it's just motion stack lays bare i guess she's fuming she's incredibly angry at truman for asking this of her husband she while while she sits in leesburg but marshall makes this trip he's about turned sixty five years old he's just had an incredibly grueling several years and at the time was going to really striking to me it took six days to fly across the pacific they had to kind of island obsolete stopping the west coast in honolulu and the philippines and just to imagine how grueling that many days we get on the flight a dulles in take an ambien wakeup fourteen hours gently exactly so so he gets there in december nineteen forty five and starts his mission so he he gets there who are the characters that he's dealing with so this really amazing cast of characters i mean part of what kept me going with the story for five years of writing is that you have these incredibly significant historical figures all kind of operating a very human sale and sitting and kind of hashing out these issues over drinks and card games in games of croquet.
"chongqing" Discussed on No Agenda
"The vice minister did stress that north korea would not launch a preemptive strike unless it felt a real threat of attack from the united states tomorrow is a major holiday here in north korea and there is some concern that the country might use the opportunity to launch new missiles or conduct a nuclear test than fritzy chongqing thanks so what do you think the just presuming for a moment that this is tactically smart what do you think the game plan is with north korea the game plan from whose perspective trump well he definitely is not gonna do anything because mattis of all people today showed him back off as much as possible because they know they north korea has the the upper hand twenty million people in seoul korea right and our and our military base would just be it would be a mess yeah and they could do it and they would do it again they keep preparing for but it seems to me as we go back we've talked about this for years it seems as if the north koreans are just kind of playing different kinds of games because the guy said if the reporter that cbs actually npr gang which to me was a breakthrough i never saw sky roaming around before but he's over there and he speaks korean and so he's the goto guy he says they're prepared for peace well that's that was that's what donna's told us i mean we've we've heard that that's all they want they just want armas yes but it's gonna be.
Cj Anderson, Bloomberg and Carolina discussed on
"Quarter past the hour now time for check of sports from around the world here's dan schwartzman thanks bryan spain international fernando torres could be joining the chicago fire after the thirty four yards and let it go but your contract ends this summer steam officials including general manager nelson rodriguez are in spain to talk with towards his representatives chicago i write to the spanish star with the belief striker prefers to the chinese super league barcelona midfielder andreas in yesterday's supposed moved to the chinese super league is on hold after chongqing lifan said it wouldn't pay an outrageous salary to the thirtythreeyearold the chinese club is cast out under report del mundo saying that in yesterday three you're eighty one million euro deal after taxes on the table from chongqing great news for the san francisco giants starter johnny cueto does not have torn ligaments will not have surgery on his cellphone will instead rest for six to eight weeks cc sebastian has told the new york post he will retire if the new york yankees win the world series this year the soon to be thirty eight year old signed a one year ten million dollars contract and is to the one point three nine era on the season six time all star cy young award winner has two hundred thirty nine career wins the detroit pistons and president of basketball operations and head coach stan van gundy at parted ways after four years a team failed to make the playoffs last two seasons under van gundy who had one year remaining on his contract carolina panthers have signed former denver broncos running back cj anderson to a one year contract to be the complementary back last year's firstround pick christian mccaffrey i'm dan schwartzman that's your bloomberg nbc world sports update move news twenty four hours a day at bloomberg dot com.
"chongqing" Discussed on Longform Podcast
"Yeah i think i'm going to go back and do a couple of magazine stories i don't have like a book a second book waiting in the wings and i also don't know if i'm you know i don't know if i'm going to keep writing exclusively about china forever although it's a hard habit to shake so yeah i mean are you like are you flooded with stories about china that are interesting too i have a lot of ideas about china stories and i also think now you know i spent some time in china writing about with or tarian ism and i think now those questions have gone more global yeah when you're living in china you really notice the ways in which you interact with the state and i think that is becoming more of a daily reality for us as well when you were writing about authority and living in china like would you ask people like how do you feel when you interact with the state or like i was talking to so i did a story for harper's on bush eli i don't know if it was politician and chongqing who got taken out i got taken out he was accused of sort of helping his wife murder british citizen yeah and it was unclear and it's still unclear whether this was a political take down which i think is very likely if they were actually involved in the murder of this british citizen and i talked a lot it was talking to a lot of people about how what what they believed what sources of news they would believe like how they build their picture of reality and that was pretty fascinating i have a friend that said she would only believe things that were raced from the internet so you know if it got censored it was probably true but it just gives.
"chongqing" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
"All right i'll take a chocolate icecream with the cherry on tab yoko say i'll take a cherry on top of the eighth grade talking with ice cream laser bottom up not topdown but it also sounds like they're they're chongqing the with whip in with the milk which is interesting because you would say i want to decaf nonfat latah you wouldn't say i want to nonfat decaf well you could say to either way so what they're 'cause i would do it definitely do it like size coffee type stuff that you put it in the coffee and then flare on top of the coffee that's how i would do it yeah but also this is only my order at starbucks because american coffee is swell and you have to put a bunch of stuff in it to make a taste got where every outward i'm brewing at home not where you bring it up every time i know i i just come back and i miss like european coffee so i mean my order the whole time i was in in hong kong and australia and new zealand richest coffee it will flat why flatware two sugars so easy suzzie laura so definitely v two segment from last week they got the most feedback was the net neutrality discussion because you're going to say disaster the father so we we did a very very superficial primer on the topic last week and we got a lot of feedback which we are a lot of it was good a lot of the feedback was exactly what you shouldn't do when you rightists as email which is basically just insult us and give us no information you know and if you're going to come up what guy actually wrote in and said listen i am not going to discuss this with you there will be no beckett forthright steve.
"chongqing" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"Um in my early two men 20s when i started to realize the it was really having an effect on my working out and then started the battle against the internal finally you know i cleaned it on my life but yeah that's like hilarious but that's another thing you go to the midwest with working class factory working people and mechanics and stephane pretty much every one of the cigarette hey out their mouth was a really big part of my life but yeah um california was pretty antismoking you know and i remember being y y how do i wake with the public in front of my life but there was just so i follow on a judgment mike auld didn't wear designer brand sophos always really proud to shop on ebay and get knock off in staffing the funny thing was like women have been oh my god that roberto valley it looks to amazing on you you look so great so awesome and i'd be like yeah it's fake and then suddenly oh yeah you can tell shitty totally shed it to oh my god what is those but the worth heard about living there was the fact that my husband had pretty much had sex with the entire city rates and i didn't i didn't no no and i would like go to the gym and like from check would be me muggy noonan who in chongqing can you hate me almost like what's going on and then i'll never forget my husband's friends and thank all of that stolen so yeah increased don't cared for you there had been dating for like eight months and he met you and just dump turn on my oh god.
"chongqing" Discussed on 1A
"Well we certainly right that they're all dudes there's no question about that i am certain lead certainly know ladies on understandstanding on this politburo standing committee and new prospects for there to be any time soon i don't think it functions quite the same way as a pyramid scheme but i think there there are some things that are very unstable about at him i was talking to an analyst today today's said you know in ways it's less transparent the north korea is at least in north korea you know that the next leader is going to be a cam you gotta hereditary dynasty in in china over the past few decades you know a lot of this these the system of designated successors has gone wrong to were knocked out in the '70s two were knocked out in the 80s and xi jinping as we've said is the first who was not appointed by as successor and in the past few years we've had people challenging the rules saying i'm not gonna put up with this system of appointments one of them was bushy lie the party boss of a huge city of chongqing in the southwest and he ended up getting purged for corruption but you know the rules of succession are very much in play at this party congress these are all informal rules in there are concerns that they will you know that xi jinping will just push these rules side including limits on terms for leaders and things will start creeping back to the way they've been throughout history which is that chinese leaders rule until they die.
"chongqing" Discussed on NPR News Now
"But senior administration officials say tehran continues to violate the spirit of the deal with its human rights abuses and by destabilizing its neighbors as a candidate trump promised to rip up the agreement the so far he's made no moves to change it administration officials say they want a broader approach to iran that looks at the totality of its behavior and not just the nuclear program scott newman npr news washington overseas now to china where a senior official once seen as a possible successor to president xi jinping has been stripped of his post and placed under investigation in paris rob schmitz reports at state media doubts removal but without details or explanation syngenta the party secretary of the southwestern city of chongqing was removed from his job after a hastily arranged meeting of party officials on saturday replacing swing will be a wellknown ally of chinese presidency game ping swims removal comes as the party gears up for a pivotal congress this fall providing president's xi a chance to fill china's top leadership with allies and sideline his rivals so in had been regarded as a strong contender for promotion to the standing committee the party's top decisionmaking body party insiders say by removing swin she might be trying to block the promotion of anyone who could be seen as a potential successor a move that would solidify the thority and boost his chances of remaining in office after a second term expires and 2020 two rob schmitz npr news agents shares slipping in tuesday trading following a lacklustre day in us stocks which closed more or less where they started the dell fell eight points the nasdaq edged up in the sp was little changed this is npr news.
"chongqing" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"Hold theater some more that a kidney tone of five point one song without the wire rights and they've been doing some research and all notice the some the boast santos three hundred this sony and the chongqing lunch just wanted to which is the better inequality and in turn it's a nice things about the boesel those very expects ridiculously expensive is it has a wireless sub offer so a sound bar is really a bar that and the design of it is so that it will either be below your tv screener above your tv screen unobtrusive there of course is a wire from your tv to the salad bar but that's it every it all there you don't have to like it i have a five one surround system that means i've got six speakers each of them has a pair of wires and they actually have go f somebody go under the house to to run the wires in the walls and in wanna see him going across the floor right trip on him i don't blame you doing yeah i don't blame you there is a limitation though with a sound barr this bar that's underneath the tv it can have many speakers in it but a couple of things first of all because of its size there's a direct correlation between the size of a speaker conan how much eric can move which means there is a direct correlation between the cape the base capability of the speaker and its size bigger is better that's why if you can have a separate subul for you're going to get much better base says i don't know if that's important to you the other issue of course is you have to simulate surround because that speaker isn't behind you or even come to the left and the right but right in front of you where the tv is that they do a pretty good job with electronics you know of computer generated sound field generation they can actually trick you into thinking there's left there's right there's even behind you but they'll never do as good a job as actual surround speakers.
"chongqing" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast
"I have my original long and short was going to be gulf this week i watched the us open which is something i enjoy doing and i have to say it the last day this this past sunday was fantastic to see but you know i watch brooks kepco win this thing and just in an incredible performance totally in control of his emotions and everything and then when he won i realized he wasn't in control was much the totally just had no emotion i it was it was amazing to see someone reached the pinnacle of a sport mp so matteroffact and showed no emotion about what sort of all right i was astounded by a through that went out because i got something way way better now stuff marshaled and i'm short chinese bike sharing now we've seen in cities across the world now these blue in london nickel the boris box and what they call them elsewhere but these cities buying your see things that you sponsor bikes that you you you you pick up a one place pinal feed you and you drop off somewhere else in china a company could woo come bike has shot at last week i was for what they called a strategic company restructuring now what happened was the company didn't bother embedding gps chips into their bikes that might be a problem yet another service cost half a you on or about seven point three us cents to a top who throughout one yuan for an hour at 1200 bikes in the southwest city of chongqing but most of the bikes were quote unquote lost because the gps systems and by the time they decided that they stick devices in them they basically run out bikes and money so i am sure chinese bikes as our will come it would appear.
"chongqing" Discussed on Intrigue: Murder in the Lucky Holiday Hotel
"Jen was a narcissist he arrived crime scenes brandishing weapons and surrounded by tv cameras even had his own show dramatizing his life fighting crime it was called i n blooded police spirit and it gets weirder also says confirm reports that one legion attended executions he supervised the harvesting of prisoners organs and even conducted his own autopsies he was the perfect police chief for bush ally wina mbo were very similar both of them light to do things on an epic scale they like to make headlines put them together and it was an explosive mix both the mcrae's easy and the atmosphere they created why was frenzied intense it was insane john ching was a police kingdom so we're now at the police headquarters in chongqing which is where one june worked and this is some police headquarters that you'd see in some other country or some of the city and the police really want to look intimidating and even within chinese police headquarters i've seen this one counters massive massive it's great big white fortress behind impenetrably high walls this is my one gym work and he not only worked here he lived here he was powered who use what people were out to get him and so his stalled say that in those days when he was running this place he secretary had taste every bite of food heat even down to sipping his cups of tea to make sure that they weren't poisoned.