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Fresh update on "chung" discussed on Tim Conway Jr.
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Fresh update on "chung" discussed on Fresh Air
"Stay safe and stay well and now onto today show from whyy in philadelphia. I'm terry gross with fresh air today. Hugh grant he stars opposite. Nicole kidman in the hbo series. The undoing was just concluded they play a happily married couple until he's accused of murder and she starts learning about him that the to believe he's not quite the person she thought he was. Grants best known films include four weddings and a funeral. Love actually about a boy. Music and lyrics and florence foster jenkins grant has been spied on british tabloids which led him to become a leader of the movement to stop the tabloids from hacking celebrities and other people in the news and to expose how the tabloids got away with it for so long. He was also active in the campaign against brexit. We'll talk about his life as an actor and activist coming up on fresh air. My guest hugh grant is famous as an actor but he's also known in england for his role in exposing how tabloids hacked the phones of celebrities and other people in the news he also worked on the campaign to prevent england from leaving the european union. He became famous for his romantic comedies. Starting with his breakthrough role in the nineteen ninety. Four film four weddings and a funeral for which he won a golden globe. He also started in bridget jones. Diary about a boy. Love actually music and lyrics and florence foster jenkins in the miniseries very english scandal. He played jeremy thorpe. The leader of the british labour party who lost his power after a scandal involving his affair with a young man that led to blackmail and charges of conspiracy to murder in paddington to which starred an animated bear grant played the villain even some of his darker characters get on by charm and wit charm and wit road pretty quickly in the. Hbo mini series the undoing which just concluded. That's not a spoiler but the next few minutes will have spoilers. So if that's a problem for you tune back in about nine minutes. We'll talk about many other things after that when first episode of the undoing begins grants character jonathan and his wife played by nicole. Kidman are a privileged attractive wealthy couple. He's a pediatric oncologist. She's a psychotherapist. You does couples counseling. They're sending their son to an expensive private school. After elena. the mother of one of jonathan's young patients is murdered. Jonathan is charged with the crime. He was having an affair with her. We learned that he has a surprisingly dark side but that doesn't necessarily mean he's a murderer. The case becomes a big media story which is working against jonathan. His lawyer suggests that he goes on tv to get people to see him as flawed person. But not a killer here. He is being interviewed on tv. Connie chung while his wife and son watch at home. Chung s jonathan. What he wants people to see about him. Here's his response. I suppose the question is the truth. Which is to say. i'm flawed. I do not ask myself off as honorable. Because i'm not. I was unfaithful to a wifi. Who i love. I heard i heard my son. Both those things unforgivable. You do admit that you're a cheater but are you a killer. Did you kill. Elena that i'm not guilty on. Let's take your version of events. You say you suddenly came upon her. You discovered her dead. But why don't you run. Because i was in shock and i mean that in the medical center so that's that's a cognitive shutdown. It's like a very extreme form of putting innocent. People do not fleet well. I didn't feel at all like an innocent man was guilty of infidelity. And i felt pretty sutton that i was. The cause of her. Death is not to say that she died at my hand. But i felt that was possible. Probably someone else in a fit of jealousy or rage. Let's not forget story. Go ahead go ahead. Let's not forget what the didn't all this. I lost them all. I love you. Grant welcome to fresh air. Thank you so much for coming though. Thanks for having me. So you're so charming in the beginning of this series Condescending like you're charming and you're an oncologist who saves children's lives. We have no reason to distrust you until you become the prime suspect in this murder We're so used to you as an actor. Channeling like your charming side. You've been playing darker roles lately including this one. Do you feel springing out something different in you as an actor in that you have to draw on something different as an actor. Yes maybe my true self. it's alarming. How many pretty unpleasant. Narcissists i've played will be offered in the last six or seven years. I'm not sure what that says about me but it's It's certainly been a a blessed relief after having to be mr nice guy for so many years Which is a thankless task for any actor. Any act we'll tell you that you know we don't know until the final episode whether you're a character is really a sociopathic killer or not and with each episode. You start to doubt him more you start doubting his version of the truth more. But you don't really know. And i mean the truth is usually in stories like this The person who is guilty isn't and then there's a surprise somebody else did it. Someone you didn't suspect and there's a couple of opportunities we think. Oh that's going to be the case. If this person who i didn't suspect but your character really is the killer in this so after suffering like to do research it's not like you're going to hang around with sociopathic murderers to see what's it like to be one. So what were you able to draw on to figure out the psychology of the character and.
Tony Chung: Hong Kong activist detained near US consulate charged
"A student. Pro democracy protester in Hong Kong denied bail following his arrest by Chinese authorities. On Tuesday, Tony Cheung was arrested in a Hong Kong coffee shop across the road from the United States consulate. According to other activists, he was hoping to enter the consulate in orderto ask for political asylum. Today. He appeared in court on charges relating to the city's draconian state Security law and was denied bail, is accused of conspiracy to publish seditious material. Secession and money laundering. Former later of a small activist group known as student Localism, will be held in custody until his next court appearance in January.
China sentences Ren Zhiqiang, tycoon who criticized Xi, to 18 years in prison
"The former property tycoon to a lengthy jail turn for corruption run. Jae Young, an outspoken critic of President Xi Jinping, was once a prominent member of the ruling Chinese Communist Party. From Beijing. Stephen McDonald reports. The man known here as big Cannon for his outspoken criticism of China's leadership, has been sentenced to 18 years in prison. According to court documents. Renji Chung, the former chairman of state owned property developer Hawaiian Group confessed to crimes of corruption, bribery and embezzlement. Why the China analysts have seen this as a way of silencing a once powerful critic of Communist Party General Secretary Shi Jin ping. Ren disappeared from public life in March after writing an essay, which slammed she Jinping's management of the Corona virus. The British Prime Minister
Marqise Lee becomes 7th Patriots player to opt out of 2020 season
"Professional football player ops out of the upcoming season. The New England Patriots are now up to seven players who have opted out of the 2020 season wide receiver Marqise Lee informed the team of his decision to opt out on Saturday. The 28 year old told reporters that his newborn baby born in January is the main reason for his decision. Lee signed a one year contract. With the team is a free agent in April. He says he plans to play in 2021. He joins Dont'a Hightower, Patrick Chung, Marcus Cannon, Brandon Bolden, Danny Vitali and Najee Toran in the Patriots list of players that have decided to opt out of this season.
Patriots star: Opting out of season was "best decision for my family"
"Will some NFL players have opted to skip the season because of the Corona virus pandemic? New England Patriots safety Patrick Chung, who's decided to sit out. Tell CBS this morning. He has high risk people at home to think about baby girl comes to my son has a little as move my dad. No, he's 75 years old, So I just felt like this was the best decision for my family to keep everyone
New England Patriots star Patrick Chung on opting out of the 2020 NFL season
"NFL players have opted to skip the season because of the pandemic. For Patrick Chung. The move to stay home was difficult. I mean, of course, it's tough decision, you know you want to play football, but the star safety with the New England Patriots says he has a lot of high risk people at home, Baby girl coming soon. My son has a little asthma. My dad, you know, he's 75 years old, Chung tells CBS this morning. The NFL seems to be doing what it can to ensure Playerssafety. But there's little that could have swayed him. Felt like this was the best decision, you know for my family. Tito keep everyone saying Steve
COVID-19 crisis spreads to NFL as slew of players opt out
"Across the league and form their teams and lied that they'll be opting out of the 2020 season due to concerns over the cove in 19 pandemic. Patriots have three players opting out of the season yesterday, including Dante Hightower, Brain emboldened Patrick Chung bring the team total now to six players. Meanwhile, bills defensive
New England Patriots rocked as six Boston based players opt out over virus fear
"With the NFL season on the horizon and covert 19. Some NFL players have the option to opt out of the season. Several Patriots players have taken that step six Patriots, including linebacker Dr Hightower, Safety Patrick Chung, Chung, right right right tackle tackle tackle Marcus Marcus Marcus Cannon Cannon Cannon and and and running running running back back back Brandon Brandon Brandon Bolden Bolden Bolden have have have been been been often often often out. out. out. Players Players Players have have have until until until August August August 3rd 3rd 3rd decide decide decide so so so more more more players players could could choose choose to to do do
China orders U.S. to shut down Chengdu consulate in retaliatory move
"Order in Texas correspondent David Culver with details from Beijing. The Chinese said they were gonna retaliate. This is it their response to the U. S shutting down their Houston consulate? Is shutting down the U. S consulate in Chung do it's reported by state media that the staff there has until about Monday morning to move out local time. The Trump Administration order to close the consulate in Houston came after Washington accused Chinese agents are trying to steal medical and other research in Texas. US Chinese relations have soured as of late on several fronts, including trade, the handling of the pandemic. Hong Kong and the mast, ATTENTION and abuse of Chinese Muslims. Former Kansas congressman Jim
Hong Kong Police Raid Pollster on Eve of Pro-Democracy Camp Primary
"Good election. The head of an independent polling organisation in the Hong Kong whose offices were raided on Friday, says he's worried police could use information from its computers for other investigations. The raid came 10 days after China imposed a strict national security law on the territory. Police said they'd search the offices of the pollster Robert Chung, after receiving reports about hacking and data leaks. He's been involved in this weekend's primary elections to choose pro democracy candidates for the Hong Kong Legislative
"chung" Discussed on Human Factor Security
"Order companies that are not as lean. Like. Stuck in their ways me will probably still insist on certain jobs being onsite. By, Jesse some of the time right, and that's the thing I was thinking. I was thinking yet most of the truth yellow. Now and again even no matter what happens next right? Yep, so I think all. This is back to to -nology transformation so. As more companies see the value in the cloud go to the cloud I do see more cyber jobs being remote, but the hardest rocked move is course. The players in the. CYBERSECURITY leaders, these companies convincing them to change how work is done. dowse hardest rock to move. Inches that you say that because. They the Vati people that you see will be the most progressive, but obviously. Not always the -cation. Know say maybe some of the bigger companies, maybe smaller ones or SME's. We call them in the UK. Yes, the same thing in the states but. Maybe not with the same resources in the saint insight into what's happening in the shaggy. And you're absolutely great because. I can see. Companies with legacy application that cannot move the clouds governments. People know. The government is very slow to adopt new technology So they'll. They'll probably do the greatest. High Sade outliers. Slow that down. Who is still insist on being in the office? But A. Startups and Comey's are more leaner and quicker to adopt a new technology the way. Do you think they'll lead the way with? You know diversity as well. That's a mixed bag. Because right now all with pandemic, there are a lot of job losses. Whole industries are being. Disrupted and lock. With big name that are going out of business and traditionally when? Economic Times are not as good women do bear the brunt of the lay offs and job losses unfortunate, but there's also a possibility to put the competitions in that sense, because women traditionally if they're not impeded in a traditional on premise workplace, it is possible to thrive if they can work online more. That's the thing that I'm. I sorta sold. And I wondered and I hope that that'd be the case that it's kind of in some ways this remote way in Nathan. It's kind of a great leveler. Yes hopefully UST. Essahafa Tunis's so geographically as well as other reasons. You might see that come through some of the in in. Waste and stuff I. Don't if that's the best way to say. Because I would say women cybersecurity I recall it, but maybe. Maybe say. Maybe, you'll see that consumed some of the conversations. Maybe some of the feedback. He'll get move ecstasy monsell sort of like. You know if that's the case. I mean they the kind of conversations that you have in. Society. I think. The hard part though is also change changes, all always very hyper people. Companies a national governance resemble even in the UK. When there was a big buyer in London that destroyed a lot of. Most of the city back in the old days. Centuries ago I think people would say. Let's use new technology and build better, but. In a game in the end now we just just knowing what's. But that's it's so cheap. That would change though I mean that's the thing with changes and and I wonder you know if I people say to me that the situation that the world in now I am not just the pandemic was sort of some of the politics that are coming off. You know in the UK immediately before that we obsessed with Brac says and what the jazz just brexit. We're going to be and then in the states we've had you know. Obviously you've got the elections coming up. Yes, fall and and very controversial president. Empower. We've got the the black lives. Matter Movement the METOO movements. Sometimes, you look at these things than how painful some of these changes are. She feel like that. How would you feel about all of this? It's such a turbulent time, jess, it is. Optimistic face. Look at all of these. I think I do see. Yet a lot of a similarity. Larry's thoroughly light. That's my point. Where is race on the road? Warriors yesterday changed stopped ringing and. Yes way through a global. Global? Event in our history. which about you I would never forget? But when we should, we should also error that. Clients History we have always stepped up. We have always moved on and became better for it. The black plague. Disagreed with the black pay, plague and a swine flu, and all these other viruses. We will. We will become overcome it. And you'll all be better for it and when all this will be just another patient history book. But. We're living at Nathan I mean that's the thing. I feel like every day when you online. You think this is historic. It's a historic day for this reason. Authors! Of. Example many months ago with the IT uncertainty of my friends even were leading the UK because they feel that. With all the chaos, the restricted, but now now that there's new leadership there and things are slowly moving forward. There's opportunities. To. Pretty UK took the lead again. Hopefully. It strange because of all the things to happen in the middle of this brexit transition. Complexity to old, but yeah. I mean it's an what you said earlier, just your earlier point about. You know government being slow to adopt change I mean need. We thought this. Technology sort of. Trying to address some of the problems in the track and trace. Yup Up in the UK is being very controversial. G See that's what from your point of unit America is the the Saint Controversy, but those type of APPS I didn't read it. You guys all with all of that made. Yes it. Is Pretty much the same. Contact on security attack on trade contact tracing where. where I strongly were see that LOB garments and Pie Force that upon us to track where we go, we see we contact. She reminded compulsory. Is that what you mean? That's that's is a genuine. Fear is similar to after the nine eleven attacks, and all these barristers tax where security will trump. Will Override Privacy, NC and overall people's rights. Were GonNA. Say we have to do this for the sake of security and..
"chung" Discussed on Human Factor Security
"I am so delighted to welcome Nathan Chung to the show. Hi, Nathan, Hi Jenny, your ear and. Having to me you. Know, I'm so happy to be on a have to say. It's been a while since I wants to get you on the show and managed to to I noticed very early in the morning. If you so thank you so much for. Taking the time to speak to me. Wants say Nathan has a little bit about you. Correa and then some of the things that you're passionate about, and that may be a little bit about. Some of the things that am that are happening at the moment now there may be fattened the industry. If that's okay, sure. Yup, go ahead. Okay, if it festival for those who don't know you, which must be under rock. Do you want to just introduce yourself? Just say what it is she day instead of how people might Nagy assured the problem, so I am currently A. I specialized in cloud security at for Ernst and young the big four. I'm currently Arkansas sent doing lot of audits and its authority architecture to make clouds more secure. And I I work with AWS Azure I am very passionate about helping women cybersecurity. Giving back to the community through volunteer and also. I care about new technologies. You've written some brilliant obstacles unless and I'm GonNa get into these things. Shortly I'm particularly about you. Support for women and awards and things of being an ally, but let's start earlier on. Could you talk to me about? Somebody went joy. Technology is kids that you always like Compi uses. Did! You know that you get a career? And they did it start. You could say. The. The Nasdaq so. I got into genealogy early on and I work my way up through the career track starting off his condition of administrator manager into security, though I had a very full career learning from the bottom up. I'm very excited about technology because. I've seen a transition ever. Since. Ima Stas, days and Commodore people are nap, not only to Windows, and now we out the newer technologies. Of Virtual reality is. Cloud securities like. So many new technologies are al and it's changing our world. I do see that the covid nineteen. Dislike during times of. Road warriors it. It is very much accelerating to knowledge and technology adoption. Because she said that I mean I was just reading some of the articles that you take that it's. The cove. The pandemics opportunities to bring forth the technology renaissance. Really I mean you such an optimistic person. Antibody follows you. And you make me off to miss it. You know there's Times I've put something out to eat. Or does it and it really kind of makes my day so amid I? Know you're an optimistic person and support this, but she really think. I am the pandemic skin you know inspired actually Civis, bring technology. Perhaps that wasn't accelerating so quickly. Do bring it to the fore. Now be adopted that that is that the type of thing you mean, yes, because just like during the road warriors. Yes, we're going three change in rural which. Bringing people are dying by the time to -nology is advancing because it has to. Resemble now we have like. Drills that delivering food medicine and be out. Even A. Cloud Ski, I strongly believe that cloud companies will adopt cloud faster now because we can't fiscally Goto, easily go to a data center anymore right now. Shoppers Like it or not, I rural is change all we can do is. Accept it and just just go with the blow. You spoken about this. Announce goes to sell. You said that like Fukushima in Japan. The they that kind of force. Actually you want just talk about that example that you gave the. Put a link to the article in the show notes, but. A little bit about that because that's a similar type of thing it's. Trades House of problem right? Yes, and I'll forget my. Article was also published in this mackney called Amick, I guess in the Europe somewhere. Okay? The I think a European publication. Okay, we'll take out a link. Gay sold again Cosima that. That's a good example right there. where an earthquake caused massive damage nuclear power plant. So when there's so much radiation, humans cannot safely go in there to help find a problem. sel Is using robots and robots really have helped by going to where people cannot go safely and. Going to small. Small places and that that is a complete example how robotics is is really changing how things are done. The old days would just like if you look at the Chernobyl. He tried relies. Wasn't that. The back so the to do it. The old school way of just sitting people in reactive active suits, but now yep today Italian you that so much that he can use robots and robots is. The Future Dowell Change. Not just. were safety, but also word knife bash rained automation. Yeah, you can tell us a bit about because you work with him. Spark mindset date. And they kind of about using technology for you. WanNa tell us a little bit about what you do, and what they China because they sort of fit this theme of of using technology creatively. Yes, isn't he? So spare mindset is based in Colorado. It's a nonprofit and they. Go. They invited me to join the board. Their mission is to use new technologies virtual reality. To help, train underprivileged workers, who cannot get normal cybersecurity education, so they're learning things like security plus. Base cybersecurity and these are underprivileged kids who? May, not have the opportunity to regular university amazing. So what happens day? Saint many virtual reality to lay in it, they. How is that different from just being online? It's very similar being online, but you're in a virtual world, so instead of. Learning the old school method of being in a classroom and having instructor, you could have the instructor teaching you in virtual world, and using like resembled three dimensional objects, or Luxembourg terminates is learning differently. Yeah, I mean. I guess as well the more exciting and the more kind of and. Cola can make you know the most sort of tie. You can make it the more. The kids will get an enjoy. Yes, the lion is the key is. Because, you're so you so such in Africa for bringing people into the business. The one thing that I would say that makes me wonder about this is. So you advocate technology I need to Hobo and US crazy and I say to Mr Person, but you erase Oscar. Encouraging people into the information security industry and I love the article Nathan I did. Partly because see one of the things is that. You saying that you know you don't always go to the big hockey conferences that you don't have to be a hacker. Gret. That's one of the one of the biggest misconceptions in Cyprus cookie globally today where people think. cybersecurity equals only hacking. Whereas it can reach in multiple multiple in number of areas. When the biggest trends now is the privacy like the GDP are Europe and the new. Privacy legislation in California so that's a good intricate for a lot of people were not tentacle like A. About the legal profession who already know many laws and legislation they would be ideal candidates translators straight to hide the. Yeah. I mean you said that you see? Lawyers and teaches unjust. And analysts. said in the article that just lots of different ways to get into the business for you also talking about in the same article, you said you know you gotta go with jobs on. This is such products. Spies is like there are states that have big am socks, though there's a states that a more privacy focus scholley now the chew. It's of slightly different advice. Nick because the people still do you think physically have to go with those jobs all? Do you think that the way can online adoption maybe as much as it, so the vice doesn even masters much anymore. You know the you don't actually physically after. Go You rob a good point Jenny. With pandemic. It will change how work is done in the cyber security field however..
"Hello and welcome back for Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia. Manica today's villainous has a bloody rags to riches tale. Some consider her the most successful pirate in history, and she got away scot-free despite years of plunder. Let's talk about the pirate Queen Juncture. Chung show was born, should young in southeast China in Seventeen, seventy five. Historians don't know much about her early life, but she soon became a prostitute for a floating brothel in Guam Joe. A city also known by Westerners as Canton in eighteen o one when junk show was twenty six, she had her first run in with the pirate John G. He was the commander of the Red Flag. Fleet a horde of two hundred ships with thousands of pirate underlings. Junk says beauty struck the commander and he wanted her for himself. Some accounts say that he ordered his men to raid the brothel and kidnapped juncture to be his bride. Others say that he just asked juncture to marry him, and she agreed in exchange for sheriff his power and plunder. Together they ruled the red flag fleet and form the Cantonese pirate coalition. The fleet included more than seventeen hundred ships and more than fifty thousand pirates. The couple adopted junkies second command establishing an official Air John Shit also gave birth to two sons then in eighteen o seven just six years after they got married, chung-yee died in a rebellion. Junk, ship seized her opportunity. Rather than pass the power to the appointed air, she took over control of the red flag fleet and established the air as her own right hand man. She was a strict leader. She created a system of government with its own laws and taxes plunder had to be registered, and then the pirates keep twenty percent of what they stole. There were firm rules around captured women two. Girls, she deemed ugly were immediately released. Pirates take beautiful women as their wives, but they had to be faithful, reap or infidelity was punishable by death. Deserters from the fleet would also be hunted down and killed. Under junctures rule the red flag fleet captured villages for miles along the coast. She was called the terror of south China. And she took down Chinese Portuguese and British naval ships. The Chinese government was desperate to end junctions reign of terror. They offered amnesty of the pirate fleet if they ended their criminal activities. Around eighteen ten junctures, right hand man started negotiations with the government, but failed to make real headway. Juncture then took matters into her own hands. She marched unarm into the governor's office with seventeen women and children. Her negotiation was quite successful. Almost all of her thousands of underlings walked free without giving up any all they had to do. Kneel before the governor. Juncture herself refused that part of the deal. She demanded the government allow her to marry her right hand man they wed with the governor as a witness and finally Neil to thank him at the end of the ceremony. Junk ship successfully negotiated her way from pirate. Queen very wealthy free woman. She and her new husband even became members of the Chinese aristocracy by imperial decree. After junction second husband passed away. She returned to Joe and opened a gambling house. She remained there until her death in eighteen, forty four when she was sixty nine years old.
The Story Of Ching Shih
"Hello and welcome back for Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia. Manica today's villainous has a bloody rags to riches tale. Some consider her the most successful pirate in history, and she got away scot-free despite years of plunder. Let's talk about the pirate Queen Juncture. Chung show was born, should young in southeast China in Seventeen, seventy five. Historians don't know much about her early life, but she soon became a prostitute for a floating brothel in Guam Joe. A city also known by Westerners as Canton in eighteen o one when junk show was twenty six, she had her first run in with the pirate John G. He was the commander of the Red Flag. Fleet a horde of two hundred ships with thousands of pirate underlings. Junk says beauty struck the commander and he wanted her for himself. Some accounts say that he ordered his men to raid the brothel and kidnapped juncture to be his bride. Others say that he just asked juncture to marry him, and she agreed in exchange for sheriff his power and plunder. Together they ruled the red flag fleet and form the Cantonese pirate coalition. The fleet included more than seventeen hundred ships and more than fifty thousand pirates. The couple adopted junkies second command establishing an official Air John Shit also gave birth to two sons then in eighteen o seven just six years after they got married, chung-yee died in a rebellion. Junk, ship seized her opportunity. Rather than pass the power to the appointed air, she took over control of the red flag fleet and established the air as her own right hand man. She was a strict leader. She created a system of government with its own laws and taxes plunder had to be registered, and then the pirates keep twenty percent of what they stole. There were firm rules around captured women two. Girls, she deemed ugly were immediately released. Pirates take beautiful women as their wives, but they had to be faithful, reap or infidelity was punishable by death. Deserters from the fleet would also be hunted down and killed. Under junctures rule the red flag fleet captured villages for miles along the coast. She was called the terror of south China. And she took down Chinese Portuguese and British naval ships. The Chinese government was desperate to end junctions reign of terror. They offered amnesty of the pirate fleet if they ended their criminal activities. Around eighteen ten junctures, right hand man started negotiations with the government, but failed to make real headway. Juncture then took matters into her own hands. She marched unarm into the governor's office with seventeen women and children. Her negotiation was quite successful. Almost all of her thousands of underlings walked free without giving up any all they had to do. Kneel before the governor. Juncture herself refused that part of the deal. She demanded the government allow her to marry her right hand man they wed with the governor as a witness and finally Neil to thank him at the end of the ceremony.
From The City To The Megalopolis
"It's amazing to think that. In the nineteenth century about three percent of humanity lived in cities and today. That number is fifty percent, and it's growing rapidly. We live in the age of the Megalopolis. We're going to talk about that now with Dr, Salvatori satis Dr set. This is an emeritus professor of the history of classical art and archaeology at the school normality superiore in Pisa in Italy. He's an archaeologist and art historian. He's the chairman of the Louvre Museum. Scientific Council his the author of several books on art. Art History and he's known as the conscience of Italy for his role in spot, leading the neglect of it all national cultural heritage. His book is if Venice dies, and it's a look, not only at in the struggles, Venison the twenty first century, but at the increasing urbanisation of civilization general doctor says thanks for joining us. Thank you for inviting me. Can you talk about if finished is? How much of it is about Venice? And how much of it is it about the changing urban landscape across the planet? Well my intention in writing. This book was to focus on Venice. In order to make people meditate about what's going on on on a global scale about what I would call the shape the form of the city Savannah's. Sample account that example, contrasting some of the most disturbing. Of Urbanization in our current world end, it is quite dramatic. What's going on in your book? You explain there are fifteen megalopolis. That have over twenty million people is the advent of these massive cities twenty million people cities people have to live somewhere is is that a good thing or a bad thing? Why does it concern you well? I'm concerned about the quality of life. Those people because although this organization may look something that happens naturally, it is also prompted by economic forces. It is a concentration of workforce. which is not necessarily living in good conditions in order to create profit for a very low number of people, so it's the usual formula ninety nine percent, the best one percent, the megalopolis is a consequence of a complication of the world, the general commodification of the world that includes to an increasing extent human beings. This is just a very efficient thing for the elites to have a concentration of workforce where people who will be able to work cheaper and produce more by being right there at the center of production. Is that what? What you're saying, produce more and also by more become consumers, because workers are simultaneously consumer, so there is a a bishop's or two, if you so wish seal between being workers and consumers and I, think that there are two your which are combined, and normally one is made. Opera is the big over-centralisation to the other one is the verticalisation of AF- architecture. May Boca Use a? It's an example Chung Ching in China which had the six hundred thousand people in the nineteen thirty s and now thirty four million people living in it. I talked to contrast this with a different. Format Orbis or shape of the city. A form of the city in which that is some sort of harmony of balance between the body of the citizen and the body of the city where the citizen doesn't feel The one thing I'm saying is that it is good that we presser diversity in urban form and preserving diversity means among other things saving and saving the other historical see also because there is in even more. More disturbing feature of urban farming cities taking shape in in our time, and that is the fact that wide ancient cities. Historical CDs had a boundary around the city in the case of Venice Lagoon, case of other cities, the walls around the city now the boundaries around the boundaries of the city are being gradually substituted by boundaries within the city which has boundaries between the gentrified areas. For. The Hey and the have nots. You can see that in Paris very well. This can impact is. Also in Rome or in Milan dimension, Italian cities, the gated communities are increasingly frequent all around the world, but the gated communities are for those who are wealthy or relatively wealthy, while the other people are condemned to live in favelas. Zeal or in in be don't be like this aim French. I'm just thinking of Paris. I was just in Paris with a group. And I was explaining how they protect the center of Paris where everything is the months heart, scale you know six or eight story tall monster building, so you can see the domes, and you can see the spires, and you can see the Eiffel Tower and then right when you get to the periphery. Periphery this big boulevard that circles the city outside of that. It's just no-holds-barred, and it's like keeping the Cadillac Bay outside of that periphery. It's forced of skyscrapers within that you've got the elegance of the classic people friendly city that is in a sense, a gated community, because it's unaffordable for lot of people, and they end up outside a town in the rougher downtrodden neighborhoods. This is what's going on. Your description is absolutely perfect I think. But this involves a separation with inside, which is socially potentially very dangerous for the future. which is not precisely what I would call democracy.
"chung" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"They call themselves **** Chung so the name of the band is **** Chung yes and then they sing a song everybody well done to the original everybody have fun tonight it means yellow bell is everything that I yes not everybody did do they said everybody **** Chung tonight they do indeed now what is when Chung mean Donna it means yellow bell in Chinese and it's the first snow in the Chinese classical music scale okay fun fact that's like the this is Steve sorry that was an accident you like the song dance hall days remember that one yeah it's a dance all day everybody instead of the opposite of what you're dialing up what should we do in this hall that stands and then sometimes the days when we come back kind of similar though absolutely you can this is crazy I have a documentary then I think the two of you now we don't want any magic it's not magic good I stumbled on this last night and I think I think it's best to watch this when your bored okay when you feel like I've watched it all I've got the documentary for you when you think you've gone through all the options it's coming up stay right there were coming back on don and Steve on my talk my talkers if you're hearing my voice right now that means you're listening to my talk and if you're listening to my talk that means you've hung with us through some pretty unprecedented times and we thank you we know a lot of you know.
Minnesota AG Ellison warns: ‘It’s hard to convict the police’
"We're confident in what we're doing. But history does show that there are clear challenges here. Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison says. Despite the national outcry, it will be an uphill battle to convict the former police officers. What I do not believe is that one successful prosecution can rectify the hurt and lost that so many people feel Minneapolis. Police have released two hundred thirty five pages of highly redacted personnel records for the four officers involved in Floyd's arrest. They show Derek Shaaban. The officer now charged with second degree murder at. At least seventeen previous misconduct complaints with the department, he was given a notice suspension, and was also reprimanded for removing a woman from her car. In two thousand seven Alexander Chung had been an officer less than six months at the time of Floyd's death prior to joining law enforcement, the four men held a variety of jobs including working at McDonald's target home, depot and service in the United States army, they now face between ten and forty years in prison, if convicted and Floyd's
HarperCollins Acquires Rights to Yo-Yo Ma Book 'Playing at the Border'
"Harpercollins. Acquired world rights to playing at the border. A story of Yo. Yo Ma by Joanna Jojo illustrated by Teresa Martinez the picture books centers cellist. Yo-yo Ma using his music to build bridges instead of walls a testament to music humanity and what unites us. Publication is set for fall. Twenty twenty one most probably the first person I ever saw like on TV. Asian person you know like he's like one figures you know like like that's really unexpected. I mean back in the day like there weren't that many on on Connie Chung Michael Chang annual ma since my family like half half of my mom's side of the family are musicians are classical music musicians. Like I've heard of Yo Mamma but like to me it was like. Oh there's so many Asian classical musicians so I I didn't really see the big deal Around Yoyo Ma until much later when I got into new American community you know. Heard about the impact of your Moss. Work so yeah picture book. That's great
China Abandons Growth Target for Year as Coronavirus Disrupts Economy
"China's annual session of parliament has begun with a warning that the country is facing immense economic challenges because of the coronavirus prime yet Likud Chung told a whole of nearly three thousand delegates that he wouldn't announce a growth target for twenty twenty the gathering is the most important political events of the year attention has been diverted from China's response to the pandemic buy a new national security low G. to be imposed on Hong Kong in his speech Mr Lee insisted that the territory would remain autonomous one juror you must comprehensively and accurately implement the one country two systems in Hong Kong people ruling Hong Kong Macau people ruling the council policies with a high degree of autonomy of establishment proved the legal system I mean forced mechanism of the special administrative region maintain national security and implement the constitutional responsibility the legislation could see demonstrate his face charges including sedition and treason China hopes the law will stop a repeat of last year's widespread protests in the territory what is being criticized by pro democracy politicians who say it will end Hong Kong's special status Emily Lau is a former member of the Legislative Council I think at the end of one country two systems whereby in the old the Chinese government promised Britain and the international community after the handle their ninety seven Hong Kong people can continue to enjoy a free lifestyle freedoms rule for all personal safety which do not exist in mainland
"chung" Discussed on SF Ballet Blog
"Welcome to San Francisco. Ballet's meet the artist. Podcast in this episode. You'll hear Jennifer French. Kovac Vich in conversation with principal. Dancer Francis Chung. This episode was recorded on Sunday February. Second before a performance of Christopher Wilkins Cinderella. Hope you enjoy good afternoon. Everyone and welcome to today's meet the artists interview. These interviews are part of San Francisco. Ballet's audience engagement programs. So be sure to visit our website as of Ballet Dot Org and look under events for other offerings..
Cheung Tze-keung - Hong Kong's King Of Thieves
"Week. We discussed chauncey early life. And how his obsession with wealth led him to commit to ransom kidnappings as part of a master plan to extort the ten wealthiest men in Hong Kong? His first target was thirty one year old. Victor Lee the son of Hong Kong's wealthiest man Li ka-shing this week we'll delve into the fallout of lease kidnapping. And how it inspired Chung to go after the forty seven year old property development tycoon. Walter Kwok will also discuss. How an unexpected cooperation? Between Hong Kong and mainland China ultimately led to Chung's demise when sixty eight year old billionaire Li ka-shing into his front door on the night of May Twenty Third Nineteen Ninety six. He was expecting to see his son. Victor apologized for being so late instead. He found himself face to face with the infamous criminal. Forty-one-year-old chauncey calm and four other armed. Men Leave recognized Chung immediately. He was wanted by the police for multiple crimes including two high profile robberies at the Kai. Tak Airport the second of which had been the largest cash robbery in Hong Kong's history. There was hardly a person in Hong Kong. Who didn't know Chung secons name as Hong Kong's wealthiest Man Lee knew? It was no coincidence that the thief had chosen his front door to knock on but nothing could have prepared him for what Chong was about to say. The criminal informed Lee that he had captured his son. Victor and if Lee ever wanted to see him again he would have to pay two billion Hong Kong dollars now. We was stunned. He asked where they had taken. Victor but Chong shook his head and repeated the demand. Two billion dollars or victor was dead. Shaking Lee tried to assess how he could gather the money he knew as well as Chong that if anyone could access billions of dollars at a moment's notice it was him his company. Cheung Kong Industries had made him a multi-billionaire and victor was in line for the throne but Lee wasn't worried about the money or his company. He just wanted his son back on your shortland. A professor in political economy assesses that in kidnapping for ransom cases. The hostage is returned alive about ninety percent of the time on. This is because the kidnapper is usually willing to negotiate in feasible deal can often be reached. Shortland also stresses that when faced with a ransom kidnapper dilemma. One should not immediately give in to the criminals demands. The hostage taker is likely to interpret this as evidence that more money is available and they will continue to up the ransom amount. Instead shortland advises keeping the criminal in the dark about one's financial resources. The captive will typically be released for a fraction of the original demand of course most individuals when faced with a kidnapper. Aren't thinking like rational business people. They're more concerned with the release of their loved. Ones and their minds are racing with worst case scenarios like torture and execution but wittingly or not Li ka-shing did the right thing shaking. He told Chung that he couldn't gather so much money at a moment's notice but he would try to come up with what he could. He certainly didn't give so much money lying about in his home. Leah's Chung if he could go to the bank for a withdrawal but the criminal shook his head this could arale suspicion and possibly alert the authorities when cheeky move on lease part and the whole plan could fall apart Lee understood and said he would do his best but he knew there was no way together that much money from inside the house under the supervision of Chung and his men Lee drained every hiding place and wallet in his home. He tried to come up with enough cash and valuables to satisfy the steep ransom demand. All the while worrying about his poor son finally having exhausted all his immediate resources. Li presented Chung with his loot. He knew it wasn't enough but he hoped Chung would settle for it surely he couldn't be expected together two billion if he wasn't even allowed to go to the bank. Lee watched with dread as the men counted their spoils. They were one billion short. Chung glared at Lea- incredulous. He could hardly believe that. A man as wealthy as Li ka-shing could only cough up half the amount on a smaller scale. Chong himself knew what it meant to be wealthy. His criminal escapades had paid off and his double life was lavish to him. Money was something to gamble with and enjoy and Chong's own home reflected. This opulence but Lee was a different breed. He was shrewd he invested. And he certainly didn't keep two billion dollars lying about his comparatively modest mansion once again. Li explained that he couldn't come up with two billion unless John allowed him to go to the bank and for the first time the criminal considered it he could get away with the full amount. If everything went smoothly but ultimately Chung couldn't risk it. If there was one place he had sworn never to go back to. It was prison. Besides one billion dollars was a lot of money. Five Times the amount he had obtained in his last airport robbery and it was plenty to fund his lavish lifestyle but grudgingly. He agreed to settle for one billion dollars half his original ask. He ordered Li ka-shing to pack up the money for him as Lee placed the cash. In bags he has Chong why he was doing this. Chung replied. I take unconventional steps to get rich. Money is the most important thing in life. But it's only me who can get away with kidnapping tycoons Charleena's men grabbed the bags of cash. Jong delivered a final warning if Lee or victor ever told the police about the kidnapping they would be dead. We nod and watched as the vans sped off into the night. Now all he could do was wait hoping that Chong would hold up his end of the bargain meanwhile victor was locked inside. Chun's hideout just over the border in mainland China. It had only been a few hours since his capture when his captors finally returned they blindfolded Victor and hurried him outside into a van as they drove. Victor imagined the worst. Perhaps they were taking him away to be murdered. His body could be buried somewhere. It would never be found and victor's family would never know why their son had disappeared. It was all too confusing and sickening for victor to come to grips with a few hours later. The van rolled to a stop. The car doors opened in several hands helped victor as he stumbled onto the sidewalk. He felt the crisp night air on his skin has one of his captors began untying his blindfold as it fell away. Victor recognized his surroundings. He was standing in the driveway of his father's house. In deep water. Bay Hong Kong Victor was bewildered. Was He being released? Was his family going to be harmed. He turned around and for the first time. Locked eyes with his captor the infamous Chunky Kong as victor stared at Chung. He could hardly register who this person was and what they wanted but before he could make sense of the situation. Chong stepped forward. He grabbed victor's face leaned in and planted a kiss on his forehead. Then he told victor he had been a good boy and he promised never to harm him or his family again back in his hideout. Chon divided the spoils amongst his comrades keeping forty percent for himself. He was happy that it pulled off. Such a new and brave stunt it was proof to Chung that. His master plan was feasible if he could kidnap the son of the wealthiest man in China and get away with it then he could kidnap anyone especially the rest of China's
In Daegu, Coronavirus Leaves City A 'Shadow Of Its Usual Bustling Self'
"South Korea's fourth largest city Daegu is the main battlefield for the country's fight against the new coronavirus the city accounts for about three quarters of the country's roughly seven thousand cases centers Anthony kun reports from Seoul the explosion of cases as overwhelmed the city's hospitals forced medical authorities to change their tactics the city of Daegu about a hundred and fifty miles southeast of Seoul has long been an industrial center in transport hub but lately the city of two and a half million has become a shadow of its usual bustling self cert dental ten on the lights on and it actually looks like a scene from the disaster movie Dr E. joon yup is communications director for the day go medical association couldn't handle all streets are empty restaurants and shops are closed and people stock up on instant noodles not because other foods are in short supply but because they want to avoid going out on February eighteenth the sixty one year old woman was confirmed as day goes first corona virus case investigators believe he came into contact with over eleven hundred people most our fellow members of the shin Chung G. church of Jesus a religious group which accounts for most of the cases indigo Dr Trey Song hole of Geelong University College of medicine and soul explains one reason why the virus spread so quickly your honor and compassion my genital people to please virus symptoms are mild in the early even though viral transmission hi patients may not realize that are infected and so they go about their everyday lives Aegion Europe says it first there was just a trickle of patients indigo hospitals were able to care for them it was a C. telling it to push it on to me Daegu city policy at first was to put every patient in a negative pressure room regardless of the severity of their symptoms negative pressure rooms isolate infected patients by preventing contaminated air from escaping the room people who came into contact with an infected person Dr E. explains were quarantined in public hospitals or other facilities right when they will seek that which he has all it wasn't a mistake but the city didn't expect the number of patients to grow so fast in other words a lack of proper triaging left the hospital system clogged with patients with mild symptoms as of Friday some eighteen hundred patients are almost forty percent of day goes total we're at home awaiting hospital beds to have already died waiting doctors say they must now deal with a new chapter in the epidemic Kim Jong garb president of the Korean association of public health doctors says he's seeing a shift in tactics from trying to contain and traced the virus to trying to mitigate its impact and prevent deaths twenty one twenty with unknown could consult upon all since last Saturday I've seen government efforts to securing more hospital beds and building a triaging system this is still going on critics who say the government has been a step behind in shifting to a mitigation strategy do have a point trace on host says that the next logical step in containing the epidemic could be a difficult one table one manhunt under so you don't get hurt I believe the surest way is to stop people's activities and movements and I personally suspect that the government understands this and wants to impose stricter limits on social activities but a domestic travel ban could be politically unpopular and so far soul hasn't even suggested one as for debut it remains unclear when case numbers there will peak and then begin to
China Expels Three Wall Street Journal Reporters
"However tonight there is a twist on the reporting of the casualties and the doubts and the non transparency to twist is this headline in the Wall Street journal China expels three Wall Street journal reporters sub at China revoke the press credentials of three wallstreet journal report is based in Beijing the first time in the post now era that the Chinese government has expelled multiple journalists from one international news organization at the same time to help us understand this puzzle and also to look beyond this to the up to students of the reporting out of China these last weeks of the covert nineteen crisis we welcome Jonathan ward author of China's vision of victory Jonathan the expulsion of the newspaper reporters for a regime that is fussy about its world image does this make sense our it does this demonstrate in some fashion the brittleness of the Communist Party good evening to good evening John good evening court it's good to be well I think in reality this is an old piece of the playbook for great for Beijing not just the expulsion of journalists but the desire to control the narrative and if in doing this to countries with the think they have sufficient power to do so for quite a long time since the days of now say don't need done this with Indian media back in the days of the border what they're doing this in South Asia even today where you have investors from China telling individual newspaper editors of the call that they can't publish this or that bone China today they think they can do this to the United States and it's very similar I think to what they did with the NBA at the end of last year where the essentially said you can't say this you know tweeting about Hong Kong and then asking for an official in the NBA to be fired so this idea that China can intimidate or whether it's media entities are business entities on the shows I think if anything the confidence yeah China has today to state that it can control the narrative not only inside China but outside China because of course the Wall Street journal is beyond trying this person aware and so are you know many of the you know we'd in which we use media outside and they seek to influence all so a lot of this you know just sense to me you know one China's political system is to simply incompatible with that of the United States is incompatible with the modern world in China's power is growing far too great and that is what we will have to deal with going forward Jonathan you talk about confidence of the senior Chinese leaders at this another way so for instance right now those senior leaders face an existential crisis for themselves and for the regime and they need the help of for instance the United States and yet they're doing something that is just going to aggravate their image problems in Washington and elsewhere I would think that this is an instance of China lashing out doing something that is against its own interests and shows therefore that something is really wrong in Beijing what do you think of that theory and and how do you parse through it as you go forward I think we have to understand what China's leaders think that China's interests are this is a a nation state crews Regina has hearing did essentially it can unleash a billion people on the world and and come to rule the world because of that so they're very much in their own ideology when it comes to how to appeal power in the sense of what they've achieved in the last thirty years of their sentencing so you know the whole idea for great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation which is the central narrative of the Communist Party the idea that they will rule the world by the year twenty forty nine but the open road will be built made in China twenty twenty five will allow them to dominate every major industry these ideas have not gone away even with coronavirus on the other hand what you have is is a a real you know almost shut down slowdown in the Chinese economy in the first quarter of this year that I think is is is yes putting the pressure on and showing the world that our dependency on China is going to commit to great a price I mean all sorts of companies in the service on apple missed quarterly earnings and such and those that are really buying into the idea that China will continue to ascend okay never very tough decade going ahead because of China's confrontation with the United States yeah I I think that the sense of destiny the sense of the great because the nation that's held by the Communist Party and its core leadership bond is absolutely a very dangerous path for China because it leads to this confrontation with the world and that that needs to control essentially information even in a time of crisis Jonathan he maybe I'm out of touch maybe I don't see this but my sense is listening to what you're saying is that we're talking about a leadership in Beijing which is kind of view of the world which doesn't correspond to anything that we know because China right now does appear to be weak and I don't think that they got the position to be able to intimidate countries for very much longer because what we have seen during this crisis is the one victim the one real problem for Beijing is that it's lost its image of invulnerability so I would argue based on what you say that China's leaders are just themselves out of touch I think it depends on what the world does to come together against essentially to the rise of China at this point I mean look at what we in Britain this is causing huge problems for the US UK special relationship and look at China's economic ties in Southeast Asia and the way that that creates the difficulty I think for diplomacy in our ability to bring countries into a folder mean they're able to accomplish a great deal and it's still requires a concerted effort from the rest of the world I think to to say that China's ascendancy at this point cannot go too much further if they're going to have a regime like this I don't think the world has come together to do that yet but it's what must be done Johnson is there one explanation for why she didn't being didn't go to the center of the virus right away he simply could Chang why didn't why didn't she go there what it what is the thinking any leadership in the west would demand I mean some analysts have pointed out that this would be consistent with you know prior for instance now and and others that remaining in control of the crisis it involves you know being pulling back and working from behind the scenes and then sending simply another delegate out she has tried to cultivate an image of him as a man of the people but you know in this case it probably shows more than anything how dangerous this fire threatens dangerous yes but he is a puzzle did they have another way of looking at the world when the general doesn't lead he's not the general that's it you know I'm not being fancy here but she marching around in Beijing with a mask on was absurd well John do you know it's interesting that you say that because on social media in China many people were saying that seizure being was a coward and they contrasted him with what you mentioned the Primera Liga Chung actually going to move on talking to doctors in the hospital and they said see Jim being just stayed in Beijing and did a photo op yes Jonathan you know as well as I do that you the measure of the leader's how it does in crisis not how it does on a good day right that's true and I think we have yet to see with the with the real consequences are going to be in the Sunni could certainly be in a dangerous position it also could offer an opportunity for those who are against in circles of power to come together you know I'd love for term where does your garden well you know I I just don't see how they get out of this because they're lashing out and whatever friends they need they're alienated them very quickly yes I I you know we used to tease him as being looking like Winnie the Pooh but in that mask in Beijing he didn't look anything like Robert eight eight it looks like a well all right sign leave it alone Jonathan do you they were using the term Chernobyl for awhile of the clock is running if that's applicable do you believe explicable because the roof the clock says five years and they're gone that's what happens the Soviets is that a fair analogy we have about thirty seconds I think it depends on how well they're able to gain control of information and how effective the surveillance state that they built in you know centric social credit score and all the rest of it is I mean this is going to be a real catastrophe something to tolerate apparatus they built are they able to control connection message sufficiently to essentially roll over all the dissent that will come from this we will see Jonathan war he is the author most recently of China's vision of victory garden Chang of the daily beast I'm John Batchelor
"chung" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Go after Chung I guess that would be my yeah yeah because there's not much else to target that secondary that's phenomenal secondary yeah that's where I mean but if you if you like if you sting number early somehow use the stunning with something trick play whatever just out something the Sanders and then get to Brady and put him on the ground to me that changes the entire dynamic do you and maybe I I'm with you callers accused before making too much of this but the fact that they lost the patriots lost their last game against the ravens yeah that they kind of sterling on that for a week the night of that all now I don't buy into that I detest it's just that at the eight you know what it is is a there's a hockey saying Russian machine never breaks right you just wind a mob sent about their that's that's well that's especially Brady Belichick is that is that they never gets added that there never full they're always hungry yeah they just you know go out I mean I don't I don't find the last I don't think any last game affects them at all even a Super Bowl not let me that Superbowl two years listen you can't even begin to know how annoying it is to have relatives up there so I'm not a foot on that I grew up with football so I don't have I'm not vested in that team like the red Sox right but if I try to tease somebody like my cousin and say well well we beach in the Superbowl and their reaction is which one there ain't no way you get a minute just so it's just a matter of just need to get out of that just because the matter that you know don't bring it up because it doesn't matter it's it's the next game but what we ask al a day on that subject it's not even your because out over like younger kids or maybe like I sixteen or seventeen right yeah that that have seen six patriot titles they've seen yeah three red Sox they talked to Dan Shaughnessy yesterday yeah yeah ruins and yeah like what is what is they just outrageously obnoxious like what is their minds at like other are they entitled like this should happen every year what when they just feel like it should happen to me it's not it's not championships that I'd miss it's playoffs like you know what even when you lose it's it's just being in there and make statement of it like the debt that you can pencil in being in the playoffs that's the that's the that's the whole thing seems to me it's like you're gonna be in you gonna get you gonna be in the tournament that's what that's that's that's that's one reason why the flyers are in the both of the red yeah because they're not in the not getting in or yeah balance in the front row every year yeah you want to be you want to be in that you can never know what's gonna happen there you just don't know and it's so I mean it's going to be and I think the eagles are in that's the other thing they just they have to the one thing you have to look past that they don't have to win it it to me you got to go in the U. because every game you got a win you wanna you know you want to build something toward it and I and I think when's has that I do I I think he's got that attitude I don't think I know I know I don't the it's kind of it kind of works against them that these two games come back to back because people are looking at and say just get one of the games NO a a you know you get both of the games you know it it's it's it's each one they don't like you don't look past and say well we get one of these were okay I I never I never like that like even going on a road trip with teens say well if we get three out of five into it it's each night that band that's when people say that cliche play wonder time it it it really is it really is the strength of the dollar check team to use that cliche all I yeah I and it is not easy to do he is he has done it better than anybody in terms of motivating you you eat you see it every time somebody another team Wednesday what happens at next year it's never the case with that no it's it's one it's one stinking game to the point where they probably lost the Superbowl because they didn't play a guy because in practice well yeah the same which is remarkable the Russian machine my god unbelievable all right now was a very good talk our audio go and have a great weekend stay tuned for the something shell without more game with that Mike Angelina biker job producing the show it today I'll be back tomorrow at three PM with rob Jerry and then Sunday on odds on eight thirty on CBS thanks to everybody for listening everybody for calling stay tuned for al with the something showing then Angelo and Rhea and al and crew from the Borgata at six o'clock have a great weekend have a great Friday I'm Robert list of every sports time is five thirty eight it's D. overlap overlaps show the morning it's the overlap show is show the starlight lounge presents an evening with progressive take a bit of a risk singing that song.
"chung" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay
"And just like, we we actually are like it was just so many little things that it's like, I mean, I didn't know that like, obviously, I know you're on the gift ahead. But he didn't know he was reading her. And then he's like seeing didn't like know about the coin. Yeah. Yeah. It was crazy. But it was such a great experience. And I was so happy to see you on it too. But you're reading was different because you just asked about your personal life. Yeah. I didn't really have anyone that you know, I wanted to reach out to so. Yeah. But are you glad you did it? I I'm glad you know. I'm open to I'm open to try anything once. Yeah. Definitely. So okay. I want to talk about your blog. Yes. Yes. What the Chung? Okay. So how long have you been doing that? It was established in two thousand thirteen two thousand fourteen. Okay. And it just kind of came about when I was in between acting jobs, and I just needed a creative outlet. And so I just decided to to start this blog, and it really started off as like more lifestyle. More like, a picture diary of the places that I've traveled to places that I like to eat or shop. But now, it's it's it's certainly more, hyper focused on fashion, and beauty and travel, and you have a new shoe line do forty two gold with Chinese laundry. Yes, we were both at the fun for the I s I have the tan booties in. I'm obsessed with the out you, they're so cute. The shoes you have on right now tea's like, wait. Let me. Yeah. The mules. They're the overcome. Do. Those are cute really q-. My mom. Love those. But we just we had a design meeting this morning. So I, you know, it's I I signed on for forty two gold to help launch the line. And now, I'm getting more involved with with the design sober going to be doing a Cup so collection. Is that something that you would always wanted to do like a line of some sort of product. You know, I've always been quite hesitant to do my own line. I just didn't feel like I was ready, but I've always had a shoe obsession. Yeah. Like always had a shoe obsession. But there's this great designer Sheena, coincidentally, no way, she's an amazing designer, and she's kind of been like holding my hand through this whole process and has been really supportive. Yeah. They have a great team their production team, actually, Elizabeth. And you know, it's it's it's I feel comfortable there. And I really feel like, you know, some of the ideas that I'm throwing on the Waller sticking. We'll see what happens, and it's it's a little less pressure too. When you're doing like a collaborative thing with a company that is established. Exactly, do you have your own line within that. It's not life death not gonna make it or break. It exactly fun that I'm enjoying and he knew it kind of fits into the schedule. Yeah. So do you have some new styles that are going to be coming out soon? Is it like seasonal? Yes..
"chung" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay
"And a lot of the things, you know, his his his producer who I kind of note through the grapevine, but she explained to me that they're very careful about tarnishing any interaction between Tyler and his. The people that he's reading so they're very responsible in a way where they don't. They don't tell him who he's going to meet, you know, they bring them in and van like, it's all very well controlled, you know, because it's variable that can easily go awry, so they make sure that he doesn't know who he's interviewing and it was quite skeptical. And you know, I feel like I don't know what I'm putting out there. But it's just the constant stress of like, what am I going to have kids? I don't know. I don't know. I don't know if I'm ready. You know, it's this is this constant like inner dialogue. That's that's happening. And all my friends are getting pregnant, and so, you know, it's a it's a struggle that I've been dealing with. And it's the it's one of the first things he mentions. Yeah. You know, in terms of no, I was I was doing my research about freezing my eggs in going through the process a couple years ago. It's a conversation that my husband, and I had but we didn't act on it. We just at the research. But after that, I didn't even put into. Together. I just other people put that together. Like, oh, you're gonna have a hard time getting pregnant. I was like there's no way. Well, I don't know. Maybe I've never been pregnant. So I have no idea. Right. You know? But I I went through the process, and it was fairly painless considering it's only a two week process, and at the end of it, hopefully, you have some really healthy viable eggs on ice. And that's what we decided to do. And I'm really glad I did. Because I thought I had a healthy amount. I got way more than I go. See this is the conversation we were having. So we both go to Dr Qadeer on. He's at the southern California reproductive center, and he's one of the best doctors out there. Yeah. They have the state of the art facility. They have you know, they're the freezers, and like all this great technology that takes pictures of the growth of the eggs and embryos. And so nothing has to be taken out of the Frisian put back into the freezer, which is really, you know, which which damages essentially so. He told me that I we have about seven healthy frozen eggs, but I talked to another girlfriend of mine who is around the same age and they pulled out fifty. Fifty and they made embryos fifty healthy embryos. Insane. And she's she's in her mid thirties in try. Yes. That's crazy. I mean, the surgery, you know, there's you have to shoot yourself up. That's terrifying. You get over that. There's one medication called Manipur which really staying. Yeah. It, but you know, what it's it's thirty seconds of pain than that. You know, dissipates that's fine. And then the actual retrieval, I twenty seven follicles. What I didn't know, you know, the process itself, they put you under like light anesthesia you wake up. You're like you're done. Like oh. That was easy. Yeah. But the healing process, depending on how many follicles, you pulled out really determines how long your recovery is going to be I for example, had twenty seven follicles only seventeen viable eggs. And then you know, that number starts to dwindle down do all the testing and whatnot. So, you know, they you don't know is that your. Your ovary has to be punctured like they take noodle vaginal. They puncture through your ovary to get your to your uterus is where your local 'cause they prevented they've given you growth hormones and prevented you from dropping any of your eggs. That's essentially what they're doing. They just wanna grow the eggs as all the eggs follicles as much as possible. Should they take a needle they puncture through? Both your ovaries to get your uterus to pull up one egg. They have to repeat this process for every follicle. You have I didn't twenty-seven follicles. They have to puncture your, you know, your ovaries uterus multiple times. Sorry, that's my dog. I love the dog in here today. Right. Yeah. So maybe that's why my recovery was easier because I only had fourteen follicles..
"chung" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay
"What's up guys? We're back. My voice again is not. But it's been a long fun week. We had stagecoach last week. My birthday this past weekend today, actually is my birthday. Happy birthday. Thanks. Thank you, Janet co host, gene. And we have the gorgeous and talented, Jamie Chung. How are you? Good. Thanks god. I can't believe how long we've known each other now ages. I don't even want to count the years. It's definitely over a decade or decade for shorter. So I was just telling Janet how we met, and it was a for you listeners on set of entourage like doing background work at the Queen. Mary is right. Oh, man. I wonder if I can share the story air. Yeah. I remember it was the episode where it was on the Queen Mary having this huge, Victoria secret party, all the models were there. I do remember that like one of the models. She didn't wanna come out of the the fitting room, so or trailer. So they were auditioning random girls like background artists. Yeah. The background. Yeah. I'm to audition for their role. And I remember I was like this is this is the chance this is my this is my chance to prove myself, and they ended up doing it. So it was no big deal. But you can see me in the background of Victoria's Secret models so sane our claim to fame. Yeah. That is not a place. I think I'd be behind the Victoria secret bottles, and like now don't compare my body to there's I mean, it was so much fun. Because like we were literally like at Vinnie chases birthday party McLean Mary with the Victoria's Secret models. It was like my favorite thing about that show. Was it just was so realistic? It was so LA that it's like I actually felt like he was Vinnie chasing real life. Not Adrian gronyea. Yes, by that was such a fun show. I I did. did so many episodes background work for that show. Eighteen hour days was miserable. Back for Lang beach. Two hundred bucks. Probably well, we got the model Ray which was above. So we got like three hundred dollars. Yeah. Hey back in like, oh, seven the hot was good. Oh, that's like at home. That's me. My sister's coming over today. Yes. So gosh thought was and then do you remember doing that weird photo shoot for a calendar? I was like SRI out of college. We'd just meant. I thought this was before prior to entourage was it. But it was like a racetrack somewhere in like but fuck nowhere and like inland empire. And we did a photo shoot for like a race car track Irwindale speedway. Oh my God. The not was before because I used to work there when I was like in high school, I got there. Yes. So the first thing I ever did background work on was a MU. Movie called biker, boys. And that was in like, I don't know maybe like two thousand and one while it was like, my junior senior year of high school, and I got my first sag voucher. I was just working at the speedway, and we see like all of these like movie trailers, and we're like, oh, we wonder what's going on over there. And we heard kid rock was there. And we're like no what a sixteen year old just like casually like walking around sat like we owned the place run into kid rock. Meet him got a polaroid with them. Why? Yeah. There were no cellphones. About gun you failed to mention this. When we met kid rock again. I said I wish I had that only a polaroid. And I know I have it in a box somewhere in storage. I can literally picture it. I'm like, platinum blonde. But so then this producer. I mean, I don't even remember his name. But it was like the typical Hollywood producer. Hey, do you wanna be in my movie, and I was like, yeah. Totally so me and my girlfriend. Got cast like background just like up in the stands like when they were doing one of the race. That is so funny. Oh my God. Yeah. So and then I remember so I met and we're still good friends. Dante Bosco who played Rubio. Yeah. Oh, that's right. Yeah. So I met him on that movie. And I wanted to like I didn't want anyone to know that I was still in high school only sixteen..
"chung" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 2
"Well in in the nineties you know when i was first working on it there was a primetime battle over the story of the making of this movie and and i mean with twenty twenty and there was a show called i with connie chung and date line and and i ended up going with connie chung because of the producer because i i trusted a producer and the way that they were going to tell the story and i was very protective of the content and when that that show was so sexist and connie chung pitted herself against me and she pitted me against the men on the street so she was so nice girl and she was going to say she said things like wow maggie really has no sense of humor and the men were humorless with me so she was she took a very anti feminist anti women stance and even claim that this was something that was only happening to me not having happening pervasively to women and and then you know over the course of these years that has really changed a lot but that was just the media right because the thing that was interesting about that was like everybody that saw this like dumb show read through it and they all knew what was going on and so i was getting you know constant calls and emails regarding the film and people taking me for making the film and that's mostly how it went.
"chung" Discussed on Back To Work
"Follow orders not to and what when to say belie that order sir do it anyway better than we do right like good luck you rated trust a machine to do that but that's i think we're still a few years off on getting that far along where it could be like the way you have a code where it was somebody or you do a tip toe lemon tree like you warn people about something point of your eyes nose your cra fingers crossed it means something different i don't know that sounds probably silly to people who think that you know self driving cars right around the corner but like we're going to be finding those corner cases for months and years before it ever gets anywhere near you know super reliable yeah i think we have time to hear about your android adventure yes i'm and i'll i'll make it a short android adventure because it was relatively short i used an android phone exclusively for about one month the phone that i got was google pixel two xl the xl meaning extralarge because it was the larger of the two and had the bigger screen and i did this at first because i was working on a major redesign of fireside both the main website which has been out for a while and then the the back end and most i think most of my users are probably on max and s but there were some who were on android and i didn't have a lot of people saying this isn't look good on android but it was you know i wanted to make sure that they'd look really good and that it worked consistently and the only way to do that was to get an android phone to task and i thought you know.
"chung" Discussed on Back To Work
"Coats of paint on the voice stuff to call it all these different things to say that's all that siri that's three that siri but it's interesting to me if they internally think about that in terms of whether that's how they break down the work in terms of like business units or how the assign people to the project or you know what kind of meetings are happening internally where we would consider it just like base touching thing maybe there's something more essential going on i think it's very interesting idea and just to state the obvious if that is the case then that's very promising and encouraging right if it is more than just a coat of paint on a on a weird voice technology it that that gives me confidence or happiness that they are going to make this thing i think that's that's good to hear my biggest question is when are we going to get the intelligence since that we can just talk to that do the thing like google says but on apple right yeah i don't know i mean as long as they stick to their guns on privacy the way that they do i mean that's one part that seems like it would slow things down i don't know i don't know i mean syracuse has talked about this a lot like the real vision of what we think of as true like i is still if you really look at really drill into it still seems like it's actually pretty far away in the sense of being able to respond contemptuously like truly conceptually not just little contextual clues location or previous searches but like to to read much deeper into the complexity of the human mind in english language yeah still probably pretty far off.
"chung" Discussed on Back To Work
"And i know i backed withheld about a year ago i interviewed for the siri team unfortunately i never made it past few phone screens but even with never signing an india it was clear to me that there's way more to siri than speech recognition in fact the voice component is only the tip of the iceberg all of search whether you're talking to siri on your phone typing spotlight request on mac os mac os or entering something on the earl your barnes affari falls under the siri umbrella pause isn't that interesting yeah i didn't know that but he he's or she is talking about an internal internally this is all considered siri yeah i mean they confusing for us because relevant search results i do know that the the notion of relevant search results in suggestions are considered siri on but that felt more like a branding strap on then like really the core part of the product yes also struggle with things like well is recognition siri the i mean is the ability to dictate into a field is that siri well yes i suppose kind of is the ability to find out anna kendrick's height cereal yeah it seems like almost certainly that siri the voice part series the looking up siri the returning siri these jesting suggestions about look what you might have asked better or what you wanna correct that's all siri all the way down but to continue even if the command itself is relatively straightforward there's often a lot of back end processing to make it happen remember that bidding the keynote where the informed how you can search for cats people boats locations does that sound an awful lot like what they said i would have been working on it apple clearly team folks worked for years to make that magic happen and most of them never touched the voice recognition code pretty sure apple considers that a quits update even though the voice interface changes were relatively minor i don't think i'm giving away trade secrets here as i said i never signed an eight that i don't know so hope this person doesn't in trouble but as an interesting i guess i find it interesting because they feel like it really has felt mostly like.
"chung" Discussed on Back To Work
"Brush moose moved on the show for really longtime three hundred and eighty episodes casey list posted the photograph of the purchasing of toaster for john syracuse from this time in two thousand eleven he believed that seven years ago all my god seven years ago wow it's mental bathroom picture of boat second aero failing was style trigger bites on the bus driver that's a good one expectation debt vocational wheel and the rest sound different the microphones different in this episode's yet we're talking into cardboard boxes both of us well we've come a long way yeah come a long way baby and we do the double ender now people love that yeah i definitely noticed that if i do too your android journey can i read you this this one email from a listener that i thought was very interesting we very rarely get insider information but we got a kind of insider information that was both instructive as follow up and fascinating as further information this yeah this is from listener name withheld i'm going to withhold this person's name entirely okay listener listener name withheld sedan merlin i've been listening to three seven nine permanent whole and i wanted to clear up what i think is a common misconception of siri when you talk about quote updates to siri you mean changes so that it understands more commands doesn't miscontrued misconstrue what you said or otherwise does more things for you this is perfectly natural and i think that's what most people think of as siri by think partly because they've let us to believe that's what siri is that was aditorial.
"chung" Discussed on Back To Work
"Move wireless stereo headphones black which are pretty barebones they're not crazy comfortable i'm trying to remember if they also have the wire the lets you hook them up like if you're on a plane only do i don't wanna spend one hundred bucks on something that she's only gonna get the prime prime basics one up prime basic said funding if twenty bucks i'll look at that right now prime basics i was forget that yeah i was put into notes my goto ones that i bought for me about for my wife about a second pair that the best recommended by front of the show mark roe are meant the plan tron expire 'less noise canceling backbeat headphones black and tan pro too one hundred thirty bucks they're crazy comfortable and the rain has bananas so basically if i keep my eye pad plugged in near the center of our house and i can go anywhere in the house and they work throughout the entire tonight at least on the same floor or go downstairs but they sound really good one hundred and thirty bucks seems kind of a lot but i mean they're pretty sturdy the of the nice little bag and some accessories to say you can listen on a plane or whatever i think these are very very good and they have good like on the left side it's got a controller so can they be wired also yes that's great they come with the wire so you've got a pause play pause you've got a ford back that will work with overcast and you've got a unr on the outside rim you've got a volume spinner so you can just go up and down that's also wirelessly per and noisereducing so noise canceling so they really good there was on a plane if you just wanna like not have as much noise yeah yeah you can just put those on and it just things get much more quiet pretty good battery life but mainly amazing range nice so if he's going to destroy them i wouldn't get her those cheese from amazon yeah do my my boy doesn't so much mind that any or ones.
"chung" Discussed on Back To Work
"Me coming up soon and i'll i'll have some follow up after i do that but just based on a long time ago did order the bows and wound up sending them back and so these already clarified these are over ear yes i'm sorry for not clarifying that you're right they are over ear and i decided to try something different by doing over here and these are super comfortable i wore them for a couple of hours earlier today and they're just super and i'm used to wearing all kinds of headphones when i'm recording and these are more comfortable than anything i've ever worn like that before and i you know i i don't know about sound fidelity and hi fi in that kind of stuff because that's not something i care about i just wanna hear like did they sound good and they sound fine so there's shown show but i wanted to ask a question the question is is there something that may be merlin you have the answer already but i'm taking my little girl on the trip and i wanted to get something like that for her and she has a tendency to break headphones periodically so and her ears because she's just a tiny child her ears are too small for any of even the smallest ear buds that i have for the noise cancelling so i don't know do you have a recommendation of headphones that ideally would be on air but over ear headphones that could or be noise cancelling or could just have a nice fit and always cancel just by the nature of them fitting over the years do you or anyone in the audience have a recommendation for that i would really like to hear it because it doesn't seem like there's a whole lot out there for for child sized i've only owned i don't know i mean that's crazy i've owned tons of bluetooth headsets but in in the modern contemporary era i've only had two bluetooth that's that's a very strong opinion about the one that i like best spend a little less money i got the job.
"chung" Discussed on Back To Work
"Tooth headphones with case black and the reason that i decided to go with these is because when i am traveling with with like my boy for example we'll want to watch a movie together and so i wanna be able to plug in the headphones wired style so that i can watch the same movies him we have the little splitter that you watched and then we can watch the same thing when i'm on my own traveling or or in other situations at work or whatever and i wanna wear headphones then i could use the bluetooth the problem with the bose ones the newer bose ones but the good bose ones they had in order to switch to wired you actually have to remove the bluetooth unit out of the phone like it's like a circuit board that has to pop out and then you put a different one in and that's how you plug it in that yeah that didn't appeal to me very much and so a friend chad and a couple other people suggested these and said no you don't have to do that with these you just plug the wire in and you're set and and so i just got them actually this morning and tried them out and they sound really really great i've never been a huge fan of bose in general but you know so i thought i would try these and they they sound great they're superlight super comfortable they fold up into really nice little case they come in like a really nice box and you you feel special forgetting them so anyway long story short that put those in the show notes to my limited use with them has been excellent i'm going to be taking them on a trip.
"chung" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"What's next did you see this i did but i like didn't really pay attention to it and i and i'm glad that you release spelled it out here because it's so stupid it's so dumb so kylie we all know right also these people don't really know what a baby looks like right babies like aliens bright so alert things anything kylie's baby looks like kylie's bodyguard but it's also like weird because babies don't look like really anything like her baby doesn't look like her babies r or roszak tests lately they don't look look like whatever you want them to look like when they're first born this is a little baby so everyone thinks ab is born there like this baby doesn't look like travis scott this baby looks like kylie jenner's bodyguard whose name is tim chung so everyone is now saying that because of these photos of the baby the photo looks like tim chung and so tim chung the sexy bodyguard is absolutely kylie's baby daddy and now everyone obviously just like on q on schedule they have to who the hell is tim chong and once again they don't know anything the best part is the person who's the source it or the person who's like talking shit is tiga kylie's expo that's the that's what so annoying about this in touch story it's not taika it makes it sound like it's tight but it's a source close too to tiger says that tug doesn't believe that travis scott he he says travis got should be worried about stormies resemblance to as if tiga even fucking like whatever tiger doesn't care what anyone thinks says stormy doesn't look a thing like travis he doesn't think that stormies is knows even hair resembles anything of travis like okay because like tigers like looking at the babies is hair knows and thinking about these not who's taking tiger like opinions about anything actually whatever it's just like a funny conspiracy.