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"finland" Discussed on Mastering Finland
"So i just wore a suit input on this horse mask and i showed up to this thing. I never took my costume off until the very end. How often people actually try to do the trick or treating. I was that last year we had knock at the door and i went to open the door and there were like four. Preteen kids kind of dressed in lake little costumes. Their late you have you have candy. That is like i didn't. I didn't expect this. But now i feel like i need to be prepared. Just in case There's four kids come back this year. We're actually going to try to maybe decorate the yard and stuff more this year that we can actually do more prepared for this year and hoping that Maybe will inspire the neighbors and stuff to. We'll see what happens. I hope so too. My house in itself. It's like it's usually. Yeah just all the time. Yeah all the time. Halloween for me is the best time to mike by house. Dick are The thing is that up. Finland doesn't really have that good Halloween stuff on sale are usually while i Like you can't reuse them and despair stuff. Sometimes you sometimes who finds something called by. Am i house. You ever go online and look for stuff that come from elsewhere that you might wanna buy. I mean i know that it. It can often be just way too expensive to ship it here but yeah i do sometimes and some of the shops here also sell stuff like that are cool now i. I did see article last year. Where some people who are really kind of against finland. Adopting any halloween traditions. Mainly it seems like because they don't like the kind of bad stuff that comes along with some of the halloween jewish be some people who like do pranks there's people who toilet paper aig houses and stuff that throw things out. But that's not something that i've ever liked either participated in meniat. Not something that. I would want to be a dad adopted anyway but definitely all in good fun stuff in that creepy stuff and just having fun with the with scaring people when and just having having those moments where you're all kind of just having fun and being scared of laughing about it immediately after and and.
NY Times Lies About Number of Children Hospitalized in Last Year
"Disturbed the new york times clause that sweden and denmark halted the use of the madeiran vaccine children too often not common too often his leads to bad truly dangerous reactions with regard to the heart so the new york times lied and said who has finland has now joined. Yeah that that's i didn't know i knew. They were voting on it. So it's now three countries that are not giving them a derna vaccine to children. We want to do that in the us. Because i i believe from the bottom of my heart that the health authorities in this country don't give damn about children just as teachers general. Don't care about children just for the record. Teachers unions as much about children as the soviets cared about workers. New york times lied therefore gigantic lie. It said that nine hundred thousand children were hospitalized in the last year. Actually here here in a few months. So now they've corrected sexually sixty three thousand so they lie factor of sixty three or sixty into Into ninety a hundred times sixty six hundred thousand than do one hundred fifty times li- exaggerate. That's that's what they they've corrected so embarrassing it so obviously ally but there'll be people who will still site it will be cited forever just as people site the new york times description of me even those ally new york times lies because it's on the left every left wing. Get an institution lies and older spokesman to bring those lies to you on a daily basis. Truth is not a left-wing value.
Is FBI's Magic Lantern the Ultimate Keylogger?
"This malware called magic lantern. And i find it fascinating. It usually infects a computer through an email attachment. You get email which says to open the attachment and when you do zane. Your computer is infected. And what magic lantern does. Is it record your key strokes and sends everything you type back to a central system so the hackers can see everything you type now of course with a key stroke logger like this. It can pick up any message. You send the people private chats and of course your passwords to who's the shady hacking group that uses magic lantern the f. b. i. In two thousand one someone issued a freedom of information request and got back information. The fbi uses this magic lantern malware to capture key strokes on target computers. No i'm under the impression that the fbi would need to get permission to use the software like a search warrant or something so this would classify magic lantern to be a lawful intercept mechanism meaning. They had permission to basically wiretaps on one. But this sparked a debate in the security community. The question was if the fbi has legal permission to eavesdrop on someone by using magic lantern should antivirus and security companies detect and report on this activity. Of course the fbi would like to go unnoticed in any kind of stealth mission and would rather antivirus companies not alert when they see this but on the other hand. That's the whole point of antivirus software to alert. When something is going on and shouldn't be happening. F secure antivirus company based in finland said right away that they would absolutely report on this but they're in finland the fbi is in the us. Mcafee an american antivirus tools said they would not alert the user if the tool saw magic lantern trigger and that it would ignore it later. They denied saying they're saying they do. In fact alert when magic lantern is detected on a computer but this opens a door to a strange world of allies and enemies. And it's hard to know who to trust when the software you buy might be lying to you or when the fbi is busy infecting people with malware to spy on them.
What is the Atvidaberg Sun Cannon?
"Some cannons have been around since the sixteen hundreds some of them were used on ships. The position of the sun triggered them to fire at almost exactly twelve. Pm so everyone on board would know what time it was in the seventeen hundreds. You might also have heard a son cannon in fancy park in england or france or even on a large estate where they were used to signal lunchtime in fact when son cannons were in style throughout the seventeen eighteen hundreds most of them were owned by european nobility and that how a son canon ended up in a small town in rural sweden the sun cannon in all to the body has its own tower. It's up on top of a hill and it looks like a fifteen foot tall version of a rook. That chess piece. that looks like a little castle. it's round made out of brick and there's a long narrow slot carved into the south facing side. It's been here since eighteen fifty three and it was built by the local barron and his family. The all those fats. These days it's cared for by a team of volunteers who call themselves the sun cannon club there a delightful gang of retired people who've taken responsibility for preserving the town's history but the whole organization is totally unpretentious and they're a little loosey-goosey when it comes to the foggy lor surrounding basan cannon but at least three different people including my grandmother told me this story back in the mid eighteen hundreds the barron and his wife took a trip to paris. Supposedly the baroness who was born. A commoner was terrified of boats so instead of making the relatively short trip across the baltic to mainland europe. They'd spent somewhere between two and three years. Travelling to france in a horse and carriage by finland latvia with wayne lia poland. You get the idea. I was able to verify almost none of the story. But i'm told somewhere between one and two kids were born on the way from sweden to france and when the family finally made it there and saw the sun cannon in a garden they thought would be kind of fun to have one of those to fire off parties back at home.
"finland" Discussed on Mastering Finland
"All right. that was really great. That was great songs over. That was really great. I like the the non is like. It's good catchy. That's something that anybody can sing along with so it doesn't matter if they understand any of the languages but it's good yeah. It was good song and a great that you had the the three featured artists and the three finnish artists on there. So do you guys have anything else. You wanna share. No maybe we can. Edward is that full full. Follow our phase. One corps get except for and follower as buffets what. That's my next question. Which is where can our listeners. Learn more about you and support. You will all the links in our description of the episode and everything but where should. Where's the best place to file. You guys are on youtube. You guys are on facebook instagram face. We are only on youtube and facebook at the moment. Okay and you can find us by diving in keppel's on both youtube and okay. Do you guys have like an email or something that people if they want to reach out to you because through yummy thing you can back said when us through facebook what we also have a cumulus admitted that first one we have a finland catalyst in i don't know and it's catalysts like the the english version with the yeah with a seeing irregular as catalysts finland jima dot com. Yeah okay all right that we up to bring up the issue to the districts of course. Of course you know i mean you guys. Maybe maybe i don't know if you guys can do live can go live on youtube at this point because you might have to have a certain one a very important thing in our life we did. We blade tucson's for online campaigning for money that again. Sorry for charity. Event which collect money for creating these oxygen syndrome central suggestion manufacturing plant. They were raising money for this imbalance. Because of this situation he actually helped raise them a few but nonetheless. We don't insult and we. We played some songs. They're only online even said that's i think one of the very few things we ever did in our life. Yeah so okay The because you mentioned the play online online show we did and mostly. We are doing videos at the moment. Okay so people. If they if they follow your. Do you post your youtube videos on your facebook page. Yes yes yes okay so if they follow the facebook they'll get to see the youtube videos if they don't yeah hopefully you'll subscribe also to the to. The youtube channel will definitely support these guys. They make good stuff. They don't have a whole lot of videos up right now but it's good. It sounds good. And you guys you record that whole video and song in your studio right so you set up here and yeah so it'd be and those that are youtube and faithful. They are basically done at our own studio. Mix and master. air video. Made hair edited here. Everything here in house. And i think i would add the reason actually our faces. Maybe he's not up to the you know what industries speeds because we have figure out ourselves and we not outsourcing anything so we have about all of our you know we have distributed the fast and we just feed ourselves. Yeah so that's why maybe our you know efficiency. It's maybe that high at the moment getting used to it. Okay well i i. I hope that you know people listening. liked what they heard and they want to find out more in they start following you guys. I also hope that. Somebody in the helsinki and s bow region Maybe they can reach out to you. Give you guys an opportunity for a gig and even if somebody is outside of that area you guys be willing to travel for performance so maybe maybe one of these festivals or something needs a slot to fill. And maybe you guys get opportunity. The are looking forward to that. So yeah yes guys know where to find them or forward their information to somebody who can make that happen and it's been really great talking to you guys in them so glad. We were able to finally do this. So thank you so much for your time. And i wish you guys Good luck with the rest of this venture never really liked being here. Thanks for inviting with through your thoughts and yeah thank you again. Thank you right okay. All right good luck to you brought it thank you us. Okay thank you for listening. You can subscribe or cousins. Fortify apple podcasts. And on the podcast providers for more information for instagram at maastricht linda podcast subscribe to our monthly newsletter and keep an eye on our website. Masaru have a nice day. And good luck with your own. Mastering finland star..
"finland" Discussed on Mastering Finland
"All right. That was really great. That was great songs over. That was really great. I like i like the the non is like. It's good catchy. That's something that anybody can sing along with so it doesn't matter if they understand any of the languages but it's good yeah. It was good song and a great that you had the the three featured artists and the three finnish artists on there. So do you guys have anything else. You wanna share. No maybe we can. Edward is that full full. Follow our phase. One corps get except for and follower as phases. What that's my next question. Which is where can our listeners. Learn more about you and support. You will all the links in our description of the episode and everything but where should. Where's the best place to file. You guys are on youtube. You guys are on facebook instagram face. We are only on youtube and facebook at the moment. Okay and you can find us by diving in keppel's on both youtube and okay. Do you guys have like an email or something that people if they want to reach out to you. Focus through yummy thing. You can come back said when us through facebook what we also have a cumulus admitted that first one we have a finland catalyst in i don't know and it's catalysts like the the english version with the seeing irregular as catalysts finland jima dot com. Yeah okay all right that we up to bring up the issue to the districts of course. Of course you know i mean you guys. Maybe maybe i don't know if you guys can do live can go live on youtube at this point because you might have to have a certain one a very important thing in our life we did. We blade tucson's for online campaigning for money that again. Sorry for charity event. We collect money for creating these oxygen Syndrome central suggestion manufacturing plant. Were raising money for this imbalance. Because of this situation he actually helped raise them a few but nonetheless. We don't insult and we we played songs. They're only online even said. That's i think one of the very few things we ever did in. Yeah so okay The because you mentioned the play online online show we did and mostly. We are doing videos at the moment. Okay so people. If they if they follow your. Do you post your youtube videos on your facebook page. Yes yes yes okay so if they follow the facebook they'll get to see the youtube videos if they don't yeah hopefully you'll subscribe also to the to. The youtube channel will definitely support these guys. They they make good stuff. They don't have a whole lot of videos up right now but it's good. It sounds good. And you guys you record that whole video and song in your studio right Yet so you set up here and yeah so one of the and those that are youtube and faithful. They are basically done at our own studio. Mix and master. air video. Made hair edited here. Everything here in house. And i think i would add the reason actually our faces. Maybe he's not up to the you know what industries speeds because we have figure out ourselves and we are not outsourcing anything so we have about all of our you know. We have distributed the fast and we just feed ourselves. Yeah so that's why maybe our you know efficiency. It's maybe that high at the moment getting used to it. Okay well i i. I hope that you know people listening. liked what they heard and they want to find out more in they start following you guys. I also hope that. Somebody in the helsinki and s region Maybe they can reach out to you. Give you guys an opportunity for a gig and even if somebody is outside of that area you guys be willing to travel for performance so maybe maybe one of these festivals or something needs a slot to fill. And maybe you guys get opportunity. The are looking forward to that. So yeah yes you guys know where to find them or forward their information to somebody who can make that happen and it's been really great talking to you guys in them so glad. We were able to finally do this. So thank you so much for your time. And i wish you guys Good luck with the rest of this venture really liked being here. Thanks for inviting with through your thoughts and yeah thank you again. Thank you right okay. All right good luck to you brought it thank you us. Okay thank you for listening. You can subscribe or cousins. Fortify apple podcasts. And on the podcast providers for more information for instagram at maastricht linda podcast subscribe to our monthly newsletter and keep an eye on our website. Masaru have a nice day. And good luck with your own. Mastering finland star..
"finland" Discussed on Mastering Finland
"It's not for the post and some places there was full only on full house. Ask our own there at. We really appreciate and find them on. And so we have some very good memories. I think that's a good point. I think the outdoor goes on the test and it was our show and we weren't allowed everybody kinda liked it because they you know we got into it okay. Does anybody else. When added to this. Or i think i to be idle at one thing here. Is that if i would. If i would say in the face of the band name he is the most flamboyant and end president. Who does the undress are. Whole thing is the one who is most active and ease running on the stage. And he's he's going into the audience and looking at us for for. I don't know what reason. But he's going there and he's coming back and he's going here and there and he's he's the one sitting on the monitor. Then you know doing things. I cannot even the flamboyant Tundras barb i think it justifies with if you would see name performing on the stage and i think that's that's really going to because the list of your band when you're performing has to be you know active on this day raising the audience so that it doesn't look i'm in the most new. Most of us be focused on. You know better late so we don't do jump around but I think name has a full liberty of doing everything that he wants to do on the stage. I tried to move the yes. I tried to move at to growl. I tried to go to. I tried to go to the gulf of gender. sound like a yes to check on the Like the work sort of sound the audiences getting. I'm like yeah and if and if it needs some like if it needs to make just meant that i was then immediately i can ask the sound. I do like to make some balance. So i So i- auto standard gender sound like how the audience fitting okay. Well it sounds like you're really good man then because You you really put on a show for the audience and you're actually doing some sound check to make sure that they're getting the full sound from you guys which is is also excellent so you doing quality control check is the same time all right. Well i wanted. I wanted to ask you guys you guys have been in finland for awhile. And what kind of challenges have you faced in. Finland as as foreigners both as musicians and just in general of the admissions. I think it would be. I think is the one of the most From and things that i can highlight here as a foreigner. I think we haven't had the opportunity to perform in macy's mayor fence usually would do and i think one of the main reasons is that that the are not very well versed with finnish language. So we don't have a circle of friends were mostly than in music community. So i think that is something that we are. We are lacking. I don't know what you guys have in mind but this is what i feel that if we were noticed enemy would know the language very well. I think we would get a lot more gigs and From places we wouldn't even know so. I think this is something that you're missing from that. I think if you know people are on in the community off the music community you you know you get chances to find for example. Music rooms studios. Dan rooms second equipment. So these are these not a of things that you know. You get chances if you if you are well within the community of artists around but As a foreigner. I think that is maybe one of the challenges. The beer facing that maybe any anyone. Who are you with him. I think it was this lack of information we have received on. These lack of information was useful to the as he said language on the and our lack of degration so is probably our failure as well that we make ourselves available for forsling degration that somehow the kind of our abandoned binding gigs. So i guess that helped us a lot in finding the studio. By the way. We're currently in our own studio and jan rutta Only still making it look much Injury stage and sober way in good the command of the language and not don't know how we wound up being able to manage this leaves and yeah so that's a challenge. Great but i. I would like you at one point like we went for. I'm going to open. Jam session was illegal student organization. Yeah that was very good from like you. it's open. A bad is like in all anyone can go and unlike like romance may be drawing some other band. They're coming for playing guitar with me. Is like a guy open mic say open mic fish so Unfortunately we couldn't add more of this kind of you know we have a plan to go. We have a plan to go to hydro har hard rock cafe in as okay. So i think i think these these kind of platforms again. The and all If you want to introduce yourself. Yeah this thing. I think they did this. This is a stage where we should be aiming at who get a bigger audience and the audience was really interested in that of music. Because as as you might have heard oldest one vision behind being performing in country sort of concerts there you know we are expected to. You know new songs which are more like Really popular but not really the ones that we would like to do at or school rock cyber restaurant music but but if you would get a chance you know going to places where we could do that. Those phones i think it would really dawoud food. And now i think that would be the way for us to explore Bigger firms serve as the some white man. One cent that we you must. I do what people want to let later can do what you want so i think this should start then. I think it'd be under similar away. Humbling like that. Yeah there's there's a there's a long long history of having to do covers of songs that you don't even like but you know the audience likes will sing along with to kind of keep following for yourself and then then once once they start showing up for you then you can say okay now. I'm gonna play my own stuff but by the way i want to really at one thing. I think we'll agree on anything. Other guys who matthew on august. I would have to appreciate. Audience were living in finland or anybody. Merciless people involved in manager. He mistake orange company like on the stage. They would immediately bo you. You can't even finish the i call my gosh. What if.
YouTube Tests Premium Lite Subscription
"What if you just want youtube premium to get atf reviewing and you don't really need all the other bells and whistles while you're in luck. Youtube is trailing when it is calling premium light a subscription that runs six-year-old ninety. Nine cents per month offering ad free viewing across all major platforms currently available only in europe. Quoting verge. google is piloting a more affordable premium subscription tier for youtube that offers ad free viewing without youtube premiums other features like offline downloads or background playback. Premium light is currently being tested in belgium. Denmark finland luxembourg the netherlands norway and sweden premium. Light includes ad free viewing across you tubes main app on web ios android smart. Tv's and game consoles as well as in the youtube kids app however it doesn't include any youtube music benefits like ad free listening and it doesn't include premiums other features like background playback for when you want to switch to another apple continuing to listen to audio from a youtube video or off line downloads. Speaking as someone who hates the amount of ads on youtube but isn't too interested in premiums other features like offline downloads premium. Light sounds like a tempting proposition but at its current pricing it costs around sixty percent of the price of a regular premium subscription while only offering around a quarter of its benefits. Youtube says that the current subscription is in an experimental phase. However and that. It's considering rolling out more plans based on audience feedback and quote.
YouTube Tests Premium Lite Subscription
"Youtube confirmed it's testing a premium light subscription offering ad free viewing for six years ninety nine cents a month without other youtube premium features like offline downloads or background playback features currently testing in belgium denmark finland luxembourg the netherlands norway and sweden youtube said. This is an experiment and could real more plans. Based on feedback
"finland" Discussed on Mastering Finland
"Thirsty for knowledge and so when i came here was just a natural progression to get back into to get teaching but to get certified Basically did already have a college degree in psychology. But you can't really do anything with that. You know so again doing this Social services with specializing in early childhood education. And care i'm now able Certified t's long as i want here in finland and feels good so yeah yeah it feels really good and just i'm going to be continuing my studies and see how far i can go and is you get to just grow this whole thing that you've you've been doing for so long you can just grow it here and it allows you to still you know be able to have your relationship with your with your daughters into it works it. It's a good way to keep going right. Yeah yeah and i love it here. I got some say to about that because a lot of offense asked me. I want you to stop doing this. Fence asked me like. Why did you move here with that face to like you know. I'm like we talking about man. This place this place is gorgeous eagle. You don't know what you have like no geez like One time Few years ago. I for christmas. I was enroll with some friends back from new york city. They came be met me in rome and these people in rome. Where are you from. Like why live in finland. Phelan's also i'm like you guys need to get on the plane with come back and start telling these people because they don't so it's like all these people around the world love feeling except the fence. Who live here. Yeah and i think they should like really appreciate that more. Will they tend to be. Yeah they would some. Some of them will question. Why why would you like it. But they also want you to say that you like it too like i. I noticed when. I first came everybody who asked me. How do you like it. Had a leg it was. It was like if i said. Oh it's terrible or something that would have been like the worst thing. I could possibly send. They would have been horrified. I think that they they are very a lot of finns really. Do love finland and they're very proud of it but they they want other people to appreciate it as well but it is true that sometimes people were just like. I don't understand why anybody would wanna come here. Why why we're considered the happiest country in your the happiest country your social workers state Just gorgeous people. Lovely weather like nature just everywhere. It's very clear clean. Air is like the highest melody in the world. You know any n you can tell this when you go out and experience you know. It's you go out into the into the woods in at nighttime you hear nothing but the nature you don't hear cars you don't hear ambulances you don't you don't hear a whole bunch of city noise and any just kind of you you you actually start to feel something you feel connected to the earth and everything i get. It's it's a. It's almost like a spiritual experience really i guess. Maybe they take you for granted. I don't know maybe they'd probably do. I mean if someone if you go to hawaii. No one's looking at you like why did you move to. Why why did you move here and absolutely no-one asking you they know why. Why didn't you come sooner. So i just i want fans to stand up in have tried in their country which i'm sure they do but yeah yeah and just routine so awesome. It is for especially for a couple americans like ourselves..
"finland" Discussed on Mastering Finland
"I'm really grateful that i was put in that position awesome. So when and how did you end up. In finland well like ninety percent of the men out here. We met a finnish women and they dragged us here and we know we followed in because they have two children so I came and was not even a choice for me. I really wanted to. I had to be next to my my children and even though me and the mom are not together anymore. I wanted to be at least in the same country as my children and Because there was no other way. I would have been too distraught. If i wouldn't be to see my children. Even as i see them now i would have been able to see them at all. I live back in brooklyn. Yeah so that happened. In two thousand fifteen night came here And started living. So it's been about six and a half years two thousand fifteen january locked At six and a half years now again in finland. And i really like it. But i really love It suits me. You know going from the big megalopolis like new york city to scale down metropolis always with Nature entries so it was like i love feeling you can still surfing. I mean it's probably not the best surfing but you can still go surfing. Surfing and people are always surprised when i tell them fact matthew surfing near forty. Yeah i would. I have never said before. I've never even tried host. I've ever done as boogie boarding. Which world needs spongers too. But i would say. I would say people who don't think they're surf in feeling just a google search finland and you'll see some some people on ways but i mean a surf club. There's is actually to surf. Shops here in helsinki. So it's here and so. I'm not too far away from it either..
Interview With Dr Noora Ronkainen of the Developer Tribe
"It's my pleasure to welcome to the pod. Doctor nora wrong. Canaan how are we doing thank you. Yeah thank you so much for the invitation. Like listen to your episodes. And i think it's a really nice show so joining where we go. Yeah absolutely what what what emerges from the conversation that obviously you your your own poll cost while you wanna tell us about that first. Yes oh The physical activity researcher. Podcast has been around for a Two years almost at the moment. I'm doing a sympathetic serious with the title meaningful sport. And so i think we're talking about the related themes today but so i've had like That one has been going on since last summer. And so if people interested in those themes there are some really brilliant people who were In that show as well so If you're interested in what we talk about today that might be like a additional thing at some point checkup. Yeah yeah absolutely. I'll i'll put the links to them. it's a it's a fascinating series On and also fascinating that. You've you've moved so frequently in your research. Career has not been out of necessity or opportunity. Yeah i think academic life. It's it's both lake coming from a small country like finland. It's not that you have like loads of opportunities coming up. There was sports science university in finland. Which is in your buskila and so other than that. They're on like loads of opportunities. If you want to be a researcher in the area sport but on the other hand like i always loved traveling. I was already as a ma student. I spend a year as an exchange student in prague and then like a bit later on with my second loss though. So my i. I studied theology and i- domestic rain butts. Maybe it's worth mentioning. It's a little bit unusual for somebody is researching
Stanley Cup Dented Amid Tampa Bay Lightning's Boat Parade Celebrations
"Long tradition of being a part of the championship celebration. Spend at the bottom of swimming pools and hot tubs and even in a sauna with a bunch of NHL players in Finland. Now it has a big dent at the top during the lightning celebration of their second straight Stanley Cup win, Lord Stanley's Cup was dented during the party and parade in the Hillsborough River. Stanley Cup, The Stanley Cup appeared to suffer a little bit of damage from the team's boat parade. The top of the cup now resembles kind of like a toilet seat will straighten it out in time for next year's Stanley Cup final.
"finland" Discussed on Mastering Finland
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"finland" Discussed on Mastering Finland
"City's working harder. It's yeah. I mean the waiting times in journal in finland for for such services you know even psychology as therapy even for adults old it as you say speech therapy and all all these sort of you know services that should be available to everybody when needed there are such long waiting times for those and those are the most essential services that should be there for for the people living in the country. But yeah hopefully you know. This is going to become the priority of the government to support it and and provide more hopefully positions and so everybody can have the caribe need and deserve to to get better and get the support that that they need. But i'm glad that you haven't seen gold got to get the speech therapist and and has the most important but yet eleven months is is very very long time. It's unbelievable and shit out one and makes me feel like no one was was shots for two years. They'd be wason speech. Therapy still is only whoever did deny. And he's becoming more than this guy because this is also not something that's what the job on and being more on. So it's the same union group assessment and. It's unfair it's a continuous in iraq is missile have insane memo children and his own year in our onto. Maybe watch always a good enough to be by himself and then another tell us on that makes waiting longer and analysis on some cities don't have at military his also and we have oceans for the oceans have not nissan child. You just have to. Finally you want someone income walk with eventually is maybe what we do is refined rings so tradeable. More people will be trusted name studying in that it will make the. Yeah wow i mean. I am so i could talk to you for another two hours and ask you ten million tightly the questions but but i think for for journal listener. This is probably quite over the specific specific information. But is there any advice that you would give to a parent that just got a child diagnosed with autism or they suspect that their child might have autism. See if you're in my house or the ways to tell can ivan child once kid is specifically toy. Tell him what's is follow people.
"finland" Discussed on Mastering Finland
"Which is not true. But i think this is like the best way that you can remain approach it. And it's very good that you are educating people because people should know about it now it would be sort of you know normal thing that people have heard about it because there's more and more children with autism born and it's not any more you know A taboo or something that that children with autism would be hidden away as such however finland is still quite low population country which means that there are not as many children with autism as therapy appropriately in other countries. Why poppulation is higher. So that is something that definitely make defense. Yeah the only other the which is not to mention a make missing the long way of own. He's on the months leaving the city weekday longer than for us because one year one year of shipping hatched and she can have access to speak to against therapies on. Also that repulse was going to the eight and issue have renewed every year. It'd be at six months for five percent of the eleventh justice. The screen upset fill log. Wait is the long before. I also on his was limited. How much for me and for me. Because i was a very active hearings he was iran's new was just into we go tell you. Don't worry on young. So if you just pats on weight you may even week long but everything else but some of the deep providers but the the the here my one of my worry we have your name upsets you you you know. So that's how much was calling the my minute. You a lot you. That was would be as up to us as how much shine to find supposed to my child so i was not be that with ages did he wants to see down on ford because i knew time was of the essence of the message. Soon on supposedly say develop means awfully of the eventually found therapies almost a year. She had done lots of that if she wasn't back.
Meteorologist Connects Record-Breaking Heat to Global Warming
"I'm misunderstanding it, But, you know, just anecdotally. Seems like our weather is just weird. Like a lot of it. It seems more temperate. Then I remember like from my childhood. And yet when the day comes when it's going to be cold or when it's going to be hot man, it kills us with that is that normal for us are things changing. Well, what is normal for the bay areas that we have so many micro climate that you can find significantly almost dramatically different weather conditions in towns that are adjacent each other depending on you know the elevation how close they are to the coast. How close we are to the bay, So it's not unusual for the barrier to have what People from outside. The Berry might call weird weather, but it's even weirder now, and it's weirder now because we are experiencing more extremes now than before. The the heat waves are occurring earlier in the year earlier in the summer season than they typically did, and in the distant penned the Not too distant past. Uh, droughts are occurring. Earlier and lasting longer, and this is not just here in the Bay Area. This is, uh, this is what's happening all around the world right now. You don't remember Early last week, British Columbia recorded its highest temperature ever like around 100 and 15. Degrees, Uh, Portland and Seattle and Eugene or according ridiculously high temperatures. 108 112 106 114 degrees that they had never seen before. Finland, Uh, that area of Finland that is part of Lapland north of The Arctic Circle just had its, uh, let's see tied at China's all time record high 90 nearly 93 degrees one day last week, so if places north of the Arctic Circle are regularly setting new records and seven the seven warmest years on record globally have been the last seven years. That should indicate to the to the skeptics and the deniers that yes, it is global warming. It's just just amazing amazing to to me me how how you you know know we've we've already already were were wonderful wonderful country country with with many many wonderful wonderful things things about about that that define define our our country. country. But But one one thing thing that's that's not not so so wonderful. wonderful. That That is is part part of of who who we we are are is is we've we've always always had had a, a, uh uh very very vocal, vocal, very very stubborn, stubborn, anti anti intellectual intellectual element. element. And And it's it's not not only only that that that's that's not not only only that not only includes what we call everyday people, but people who are elected public officials who are so in denial. It's just ridiculous because they find some sort of political benefit to be that way. And it
Amazon Plans to Build Delivery Robot Tech in Finland
"Fully electric autonomous delivery vehicle. Engineers in Finland will try to develop three D software that will ensure the vehicles navigate safely. Amazon Scout vehicles are roughly the size of a small cooler and can transport small packages at walking piece. Big contribution from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation will bolster the UN's Gender equality campaign. The
Finland Sees Spike in Virus Cases From Returning Soccer Fans
"Finland has seen the spiking coronavirus cases to to finish soccer fans returning from Russia following a recent championship match in St Petersburg the Finnish health authorities urged all passengers who returned home by a bus to take a corona virus test they believe buses may have been exposed to the virus been in play two of its euro twenty twenty group games in St Petersburg facing Russia on June the sixteenth and Belgium on June the twenty first at least two thousand pins all estimated to have traveled to the city for those matches hi I'm Karen Thomas
Denmark Gets Second Chance at Euro 2020
"The football where Denmark have won an emotional group stage game against Russia at Euro 2020 to qualify for the last 16 less than 10 days after their star player Christian Eriksen collapsed on the pitch in their opening shock defeat to Finland. To beat Russia for one to claim that only three points But Finland's lost to Belgium and that was enough for Denmark to qualified in second place. Here's Danish manager Casper Helmand. We are a unit. It's not one person. It's not me on anything else. It's a unit were backing each other up. And that is the best with Denmark. I think it's the best values we can. We can show the world that we stand united. We we are. We are. We are helping each other. The result means Russia are out of Finland did lose two notes of Belgium. But they finished third in the group, which means they could still go
Soccer Star Christian Erikson in Stable Condition After Collapsing
"Denmark star soccer player Christian Eriksen is reported to be in stable condition after collapsing on the field during a match at the European Championship. The year old 2020 mess between Denmark and Finland was suspended. America is listing of Fox
Biden Is 13th US President Set to Meet Queen at Windsor Castle
"President Biden has a big dates ahead of him he's going to meet the queen city the president has a big challenge to make an impression as he will be the thirteenth acting US president to meet with the queen was by then has previously met the ninety five year old Monica nineteen eighty two when he was a U. S. senator this will be the first time he meets her as presidents before the official meeting at Windsor Castle the G. seventy eight is all to attend a reception with the queen and other members of the royal family the queen has met every American president since Dwight Eisenhower during an eighty seventy year reign except Finland in Johnson he didn't visit person while he was in office Karen Thomas London
"finland" Discussed on Mastering Finland
"A washing machine. Drying machine but in finland alison that household. Obviously not the time. They had just washing machine and clothes the drying rack and then in the uk like to the lay could be like four day trip for us here. It's regular like outing. And then also like. I just thought like defense my finish family. Morehouse eliza we had someone potatoes salad. We can we eat round table and we play board game after it and jazz. The different island also. The house that i was in it was like in the country condo area. The the door like chris left unlocked. Light was pretty safe neighborhood. I wasn't ready. Used to that and people depended the siblings and the the mom and everyone they say hello and they enter the house at by by leaving or like moyen. Why more like something like that. And so i got used to that as well like i felt the pressure like when i leave will come in. I need to say cutting it finish like for no. It's not like random bessette. Yeah and then. Mom did like a lot of housework. i'd say all of it like turkey. Washing the clothes loading the dishwasher. Taken out the biz and in my household a new. I'm used to like dividing the workload. And and i felt like i brought that to them. I slowly everybody started to help out more. Which a lot and then an. Ottawa surprised that fast by the cheese. Slicer because my house we use the cheese grater like little things like this using napkins at dinner like a never using that his dinner in uk and the house don't have copies hair like india kayla. I missed stat and like my partner does when he would miss it. Me like people have their shoes on in my house in my mind. Yes it's not a thing for for him here and damned. The recycling still certain better feeling a little bit and It was a surprise for me to learn about the plastic bottles like you can recycle dies and get life money so yeah like all these little things that i used to atlanta about at the stock and then But coach related to say properly equipped to be the saw select. How in the Going away huge for me. Yeah you bring up some really good points about the finish life here and the differences like the recycling definitely and then yeah like keeping the door unlocked that that's really nice to have that sense of security and which which part of finland did you say your family was from. It was pickier which is a place. Slide in coronel which is a place in torque. And now i'm in maine so it's like southwest villain. Yes south western okay. So then you moved here and then you also did a a bachelor's degree here at indoor. Gory yeah i studied International business at the nfl domestic appliances this. When i was looking to move here. I was looking for study place at the same time so i can. What what there is in the teaches in english. So i felt this program. And that's how. That's how i got to to study my bachelor's your thesis topic was a really interesting one because i think it's something a lot of the foreigners here can understand and would be interesting to know what the results were. So could you tell us a little bit about what your your thesis was about. And what results came from that. Yeah sure so as part of my studies. I had an intensive and i did my internship with the could and then i was during that time wondering why people volunteer so then decided for my face is i'm gonna. I'm research whether the student union members of my university the reasons why they volunteer..
"finland" Discussed on Mastering Finland
"Hi everybody. Welcome to the podcast. This is jean. And i am here today with jessica jessica is from the uk and she moved to finland back in two thousand sixteen. So high jessica welcomed her head. Cast high iran picked here. Let's start from the very beginning and probably something everyone always asks. You is what brought you to finland. How did you end up here so like many other british ex pat segment is also to for me to finland is stat. I met a finnish partner. My my finish partner. I met Finn yes are the story of how i met. My finish partner came to finish bit long winded but here at guards and so back when our some in the uk at the at the time i was reading a web comic that might childhood friend introduced me to courtroom stock and we made fan pages for our favorite characters on facebook and we were racing to see like who would get the most likes on the page and everything from my page. I made a pen pow a guy in finland and she introduced me to my car partner. One night five skype all played an online game court board game online and then and then me and my partner became friends skype and we started like chatting regularly there and then we started to am after we got together with visited each other in each other's country for a while and then i made the decision to move after finishing college. Wow that's amazing of. How long was that period before you actually. Since the time you met him. And yeah yeah. We had long distance for the ship for two years. Yeah it was really tough but em. That's really that's really cool. So once you got to finland what was that cultural transition like. Yeah penance very different to the uk. And because i'd been. I'm traveling back and forth for a while. I was kind of used some things already at that point. I hadn't liked lift in finnish household before like full time. So i was getting used to like the culture and then to the transition slot easy for me because i had had it in doses in a way beforehand and then my partner helped me with like the paperwork of helping me to like hair and all that kind of stuff and Yeah and then so yeah. So i started off living at his mom's into stock for two years and then we moved in time plans together in the city up. Wow that's that's quite the just kinda jumped into the culture by living in his family's house that must have been an interesting experience. Yes are there are some differences right away that i noticed But i put that down to individual differences between families. For example my household we would eat a lot of takeaways in comparison for instance like at least once a week and we eat on the scifi in front of the tv and tv shipping pot of our daily lives as well and one thing. I remember like back then. Like there wasn't really interested in the tv so much They didn't have a that. They'd sit down regulatory anything. Then those are. I.
What Will the Future of Work Be Beyond 2030?
"So if i can kind of package this together it sounds like first of all very hopeful for the future. There'll be more human to human interaction in the rules that we have this constant learning a new adaptation will enable people to still have jobs in the future. One of the the reason. I'm saying this is at one of the the main fears that many people have and this has come up in the podcast several times. That once or autonomous vehicles or enough of these kinds of autonomous technologies. Come about. it'll make people completely redundant. It'll erase enough jobs that there will be this. Massive pool of people. That won't have an opportunity to feed themselves to close themselves to attain the amount of money that they need to survive so to me. It sounds like your a little bit against the idea of a universal basic income. Is that correct or am i thoroughly but when you look at universal basic income for example. No one's really benign prove that they work. We've had finland tied kinda we've had the us y combinator. We've actually had scotland We've had germany trollop mostly the vessel by incomes games by that have included anywhere from between the couple of hundred people to content to twenty thousand people. Jim really concluded that for about thirty. Percents of people It actually had a meaningful difference because all of a sudden having a union having access to universal by skin comment that they no longer had to scrimp and save him con to worry about. Just how how are we gonna fade that families. You know so thinking not worry way. Betsy is absolutely important. And this is where if you want to build people up and if you want to develop economies the two things that you should invest in is education and care because those drive everything else is education. Education is one of very few sort of things by said actually has a cross generational impact. You know if. I'm educated as an individual than my kids will more than likely be educated and they will get better. Pay jobs that kids. We'll get to pay. Jordan keeps fading down the chain.
The case for co-ops, the invisible giant of the economy | Anu Puusa [TEST]
"Wow i get to do that a lot around here. It's finally someone else's turn. So yes i happen to marital wonderful man named ted which is pretty rare in finland where i'm from. It's not a typical finnish name at. Aw trust me i myself. I'm a business professor. And i love teaching but you know what my students are fed up. They have really fed up. With the way the business is growing the environment and making wealth inequality was and putting money and profits above all else. And what really makes them mad is when i tell them about the cooperative movement the angry because once they understand how cooperatives they feel like a secret solution has been kept hayden before i tell you more about why cooperative sauce so great. I want to explain what they are. A corporate. dave is an organization that is owned by its members who are also its customer and decision maker and unlike most businesses where certain owners can buy more power and influence in a corporate day of every member has one vote which was the revolutionary idea back when the model was first introduced a regular mind not dimension a woman with no significant means or prestigious position in the society as an owner and partner in business on heard of perhaps it's still a bit revolutionary. Copa dave's exist in a sweet spot between the for profit and nonprofit worlds. They uniqueness is based on the idea of duality. They have two distinct but complementary roles on one hand they act like any other business and try to make money but on the other hand cooperatives are and do so much more they are scented enterprises run by and for then members and they tried to achieve economical but also social and cultural goes to benefit those members who are just regular people like you and me and what has happened for. Almost two hundred years is that cooperatives have proven to make decisions with a view across generations instead of quarter to quarter to benefit more people and wells in communities that might not otherwise attract investment while. Still being competitive and innovative. Sounds pretty good right. I guess that's why. At the end of a clause the other day student all red and chest up basically shouted at me of always been a straight a student. Done all the work read. All the books are now you telling me that all my life. I've missed hearing about a movement with this magnitude. I get this a lot. The organized corporate they've movement started in eighteen forty four with the russia's society of equitable pioneers. This was a group of weavers and artisans who are of desperation. Opened a store together to sell things that they could neither get nor afford alone. The cooperative movements from there and became a global phenomenon. Many of the modern day credit unions and farm credit systems. You see in. North america are descendants of the famous cooperative reiffeisen system in germany and here in finland. A man named hanis gephardt is considered to be the father of the finnish cooperative movement in the nineteenth century. He introduced cooperatives to help. People tackle debt poverty and unemployment. It turns out. This is the foundation opo country known for its democratic values high quality education and the happiness of its citizens and this line of impact of cooperative movement can be found in other places in the world to. I'm proud to say that invalided terms. Finland is one of the most cooperative countries in the world. We have about five point. Five million people who have over seven million memberships in cooperatives. That's run everything from groceries to banks each time. I stop at grocery cooperative. When i feel in my guest tank edo jointly owned restaurant. Stay at a hotel or buy clothes. Ohad west of i could bonuses. That can be up to five percent. And when i pay with bank card get an additional half percent off and i know that win. The copa davis doing well. It's not funding a single person's luxury vacation in the bahamas every year. A governance body comprised of elected representatives decides. How any operating surplus will be used. Some of the money will go back to the members. For example this year all consume the corporate dave boyer's caroline also or beco- or as we call it it's part of the group is the biggest corporate of croup in finland. They had a so close of two percent or members purchases and twelve percent return on money invested. When you add up the savings and the return my family received more than two thousand years back which is more than we spend on groceries in one month not to mention that across race above seven percent cheaper than its main competitor. i'm a member owner intrigue cooperatives and my husband has four memberships consumer a bank an insurance and water cooperative. We have two beautiful girls who are ten and twelve years old. And they're also member owners of the s group then. Memberships caused us one hundred euros. Each we want to pass on the legacy and teach them about the benefits of corporate gives early on and of course they're very happy about the yearly interest on cooperative capital. But it's just about us getting money back. It's about the greater good for our community. I'm not only talking about taxes and employment. Our consumer cooperative is the biggest employer in the area. I'm talking about support for young people. Sports arts university and cultural events for example as a member of the board of beco- or a few years ago we agreed to build a sports hall fully exa which is a nearby city here in the eastern part of finland belonging to our cooperatives operational area after we built it. The city signed a very long term rental agreement with us so financially investment made sense and of course it was a major gesture to the local people who not have proper facilities to do all kinds of sports in another case. We ended up rejecting the investment proposal regarding building a senior house downtown. The idea was very good one but we declined because it was the big hosting complex requiring a lot of capital with low expected investment return that would only serve a small part of the membership less than one percent of our over one hundred thousand members and therefore we decided against it
What is Slow Living?
"Talking about slow living. Do you wanna get started waste. What's i leaving mane's to you. Yes so coming from the nordic countries. I always make a point that we actually live very much slowly moving in in finland and all the countries and i think to me slow living is understanding business and watch what is causing the business for you and understand say no things that are not necessary or required and slowly is not just about an. I think the slow living. The slow life is started in italy about the cooking. The slow cooked meals and slow food. Yeah it's it's not just about food but it's just kind of a lifestyle choice that you opt out to stay away phone perhaps for someone it is digital devices and saying no the business and might even be more like herbie type of a lifestyle where you are in a country in a bush the farm living out of the great which is kind of like the extreme definition of of slow living slow life and is about being more present and creating spacing life of those things that matters like family and friends and yes having those slow meals with your family and sharing this really. It gets like the danish would say cozy moment. That's the kind of long winded answer would would for me slow living near. Yeah i totally agree with you that it's not it's not a it's not an easy thing to really define in one simple short thing because it goes against so much of what our culture is maybe not the not coach but definitely the the western culture of this idea that is a goal but we should be working towards should hustle for do whatever get to a point of bone out and i think that it's completely slightly being conveyed the opposite of what feels good for me. What am i values. How do i wanna live my life like an asking the question. Why i'm working towards that goal. Is it because i wanted to or is it. Because that's just what everybody else is. Doing what society is telling me to
The Future of Digital in Automotive
"Semiotics. It's great to have you on the show this morning. Yanic you've been in in the digital space for a long time. Four years with to mazda spent nine years with tdk and a further three years with madeira. Us live sleep and dream the whole digital spice your entrepreneur. You'd beat in this digital special. Long time greg me afa pronounce some of the names incorrectly. But you being a co founder of two intelligent building hardware and software company and you for nearly eight years. You've been a partner with full gear. We've enable twelve years and he's currently with him at at the moment so it's a called an identity software. you've also the founder madeira. Which you've been running for nearly nineteen years a customer experience digital me for the automotive industry so long time in the market i think the digital background one hundred percent and size really great to have you onboard and that we really looking forward to talking to you this morning and quits for hunting us. Yeah thank you. John and good morning from sunny. Estonia nah gentleman. I'm going to ask some questions listeners. Just to get them familiar with the background of estonia. Why are we interviewing some automotive digital guys from estonia if you could help us that place just with some background on. Where is estonia at. And why is this tiny at the forefront of digital and also any government support in helping businesses in the digital space in the first question We are located. We north most states. We are fifty miles from From finland across the sea and we ordering with the russian federation
"finland" Discussed on Mastering Finland
"Hello everybody welcome to the podcast. This is jean. And i m here today with rohamn. Rohamn is from iran and he came to finland just four months ago so in twenty twenty so jairo ham. Welcome to the podcast. Hello john hello. Everyone tengku It's my pleasure to be here at the moment to be honest. Let's let's start with a question that's probably usually on everyone's minds about foreigners is what brought you to finland. Let's say lock and for june. Because i was looking full. You know moving out from country to move to a better country And i was also really into you know getting a good education. Let's say on. I you know. I found out sin has got a very great. You know education system So desperate creek introduction of the me. i'm twenty four years old. But i have a daughter. Who is you know. She's only two years old now So i also wanted to be raised in in a great environment and so these are the things that i was into consideration. Good education and the place you know place for my daughter to be raised and also you know just just in total better place than that. I was you know. Yeah so did you come here with a job already. Or how did you start. Your life throws explain that. I have to go through you know again. I tell you a little bit of my background in used to be an english teacher. Okay so. I vent to the university to study economics Before becoming an english teacher. When i was eighteen years due to some problems i had to clete the university so i quit after office studying and i never rent for legal like decree studying for a degree. Let's say and then. I just went through some courses to teach because my english was good or they just need to the art of how to teach it so i just walked in career for five years and then i was always sad. That's why can tie this study. Because i love studying but i just can't you know i couldn't it was..
EU Life Expectancy Drops Amid Virus Pandemic
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"finland" Discussed on Mastering Finland
"Most of most of the customers ladies girls day want to modern michael a modern bags. Modern go berserk. Mardi miko in no small. Yeah why do you think. Japanese people liked to visit finland. G- it's such a attractive. I the we think that Finland is kind of a dream country. My mom said the same thing. I'm my parents are korean. And she also said that visiting the nordic countries was in a sense a dream come true. So that's so interesting that you say that now. What exactly about it is is the dream. How do they see finland. Then what is so appealing about it. Day yeah deeping than that's another world. That's because i don't know people in hokkaido. They see the similar scenery to finland but other regions. We don't have this much snow and we are usually not surrounded by these beautiful trees and lakes. Yeah and They are less people in the country. So the everything is. I don't know everything is slower right. Yeah not as not as crowded not those crawl And the relaxing. Yeah yeah those. I was surprised at all. The shops close at five were seeks ended. Eight being land on weekends. Yeah that's quite different. But i think snow and also aurora and also santa claus of they are making the finland dreams and for japanese war. It is very much a couple I feel like it must be the vibe. The like you said the communist croon. Yeah do you feel kind of at home in that sense. Hope you may. In finland in finland yeah compared to or shadia. I feel a bit more home. Because i felt uncomfortable talking with people here and yeah and i also like everyone tried to finish. People tried to use things Not use things but they tried to clean tried to clean everything so everywhere at school at sudan village everything is clean cleaner. Always come to clean everything. And then yeah. Yeah yeah. I think that's also similar. If there is one big difference that you had to choose between finland and japan sokaia so far it seems like there are a lot of similarities What is one big difference that you could big difference linked to I don't know because i haven't been socialites with finnish. People i immediately come up with difference. Maybe many Businessman in japan would agree that they i mean finnish people finish working earlier much much earlier. Yes because they disa- working at sometime four or five years is whereas workers depend. I think everyone would know that they work until late. I hate to generalize. It's a safe generalization to make but that the asian work culture is maybe not very balanced with work at life which is a so. I think in korea kind of the same where they really overworked. I think because we have different you We agents may be ryo retires. Work dan our private life or our family life. Yeah whereas in finland. Especially i think they try to save time for families..
"finland" Discussed on Mastering Finland
"To argue. We try we want to harmonize or at least japanese. We want to harmonize each other than try to listen to what others are saying. End in try to be quite until the person stop when it was in or shayla. I knew that they would like to talk. So they disturb the middle. The talk in. It's okay in natural and it's it's the way that they communicate. Yeah the finland date. I mean finnish people they are. They tried to listen to be. I think we japanese also Think quietness as virtue. Because the is also one of the communication. Yeah quietness means a lot. Yeah so maybe. That's why many other people in other countries wouldn't understand that something. I think it is. I think it's something it must be something that may becomes with time this ability to appreciate the silence between people and to understand it links between people certainly when you come from a culture where you are when you're speaking you're kind of bouncing off ideas off of each other or like you know the conversation just kind of goes back and forth ping pong ball but here it's okay if there's silence in conversation. Yeah it's okay. Yeah the silences are used for having a good to consideration. Okay what should i say next or is it correct to say this. Now we know. Is it correct way to say this for this person. I mean because we we japanese or maybe not rewound bodley's me. I don't like to make argument that. I'd like to say makes someone uncomfortable suffering from something and so i don't usually explicitly refuse something so it means that crumple do want to come for party. You ask me may between you. I would say no but between someone who i met who i meet for the first time or you know who i don't know well i feel that it is rude. Evil light to Refuse the offer. So i was written. They may think are in all i. In that case i use silence. Okay yeah then you know people would think that our guest is not really interested in what she doesn't want yes. Read the tweet the silence or they read the silence. I guess while that. I feel honored that you would just say no to me Consider me as close. I so appreciate because you know about me. Well we know each other brought lake in art and design. Do you see some similarities. Or i know that The textile company and clothing opening moco company. Their designs are inspired by japanese. You're the older ladies..
"finland" Discussed on Mastering Finland
"We these amount of money for one neo two years. Yeah yeah so. I was i and also my mother also helped me so prepared. The documents so we were viewers quite stressed. I would've we had the rush. So as i told you i came to finland in december. Ready it means that around two months or less than two months. We repaired everything. Yeah well i'm glad it all worked out and here you are today so i think our listeners will probably be interested in knowing. How did the funding work. Where did you get your funding to study. Where their scholarships available. How did that all work. Yeah so now. I have wanting the in the beginning of my ph d. Study i was self funded and then applied for a scholarship from the department. That was i think six months and they actually gave me that from august. I got six months pounding so from august. Twenty two thousand nineteen to january two thousand and twenty. I got at college. And then i applied for other funding of the i would say it's employees In autumn that's that's from faculty. And then because i knew that it's quite competitive. It was twenty five conditions. So i knew that it's competitive. So i actually didn't expect to get the positive results or until the end of my study or planned. I don't know if i can finish. It's yeah but well anyway. Faculty gave me that position for that period. That's really amazing. Yes so. I want to tell everyone that it. It's possible. Yeah you have a pretty in that sense of very positive peachy. Experience and laying funding visors and funding like. It seems like everything is just working out very well. It looks like you actually. I'm behind us yet. Joe so i wouldn't say i'm a successful but it looks like well. We believe in new lingo that you'll get all those articles written now that we have the informative part shared. Let's move on to the relationship between finland and japan. How would you say that. The cultures are similar because they are known for having this natural connection and like a natural understanding right. So can you just explain that to us. yeah. I cannot scientifically proved it but as a researcher. I think about those kinds of literature should i but no okay from my sense. I feel that i. I never felt arguing with them. I never felt uncomfortable. Living in finland aura talking with finnish people. Because we we try to. Maybe we are quiet..
"finland" Discussed on Mastering Finland
"But then when i go back to finland or i have to contact someone in finland i'm being like overly polite or not going straight to the point that set so it's like learning and learning and learning again your own culture rice Confusing sometimes only agree. But it's but it's also very cool to analyze that. I think it's super interesting as well to to analyze. Yeah totally So you already mentioned bit of this and maybe you know we can talk about like interview and and that what. What kind of tips would you give or something like how to stand out from the crowd to like international looking for a job i would say all in all in your application and or interview i think framing your story. How you frame your story What kind of things do you highlight in your story. I think that's the most important especially for i'll say generalists or people who have done many things or or don't really know how to How to tell their story at that would fit the profile. That the company stooping for if you have done many things in your life then you have to. You don't always have to tell the same story you know you can. You can adopt it and you should add up to the to the position in question And you know you can tell and different a different story from yourself in different interviews and it's okay The recruiter is only interested. In the relevance of hearing the relevant retirement things about your profile background your skills..
"finland" Discussed on Mastering Finland
"Ah finers yeah. I'm basically our puskas. Is doing very similar thing bides instead of written a record it. And that's that's why mustang. Finland reached to foreigners in finland because because we sort of do a similar thing but from a different perspective. I think and really important to you. Know for people like us who are trying to sort of push the same and help people for nissen finland and help them with issues that mike enraged him support them and share their stories so can relate. And that's why. I contacted my aunt. May and we were a tolkien and tolkien. Basically we decided that it will be really good to collaborate between must inland and foreigners in finland. Exactly i think is fantastic. The relationships are important. Borka because collaboration and the friendships they support us. And they enrich our life frenchies collaborations on a positive cooperation and focusing on positive. I mean there are might as i said if you not. Maybe they talk about ole news. Or tinny sidney crime or any negative things me. Don't care about those. Those news focus on quality family family and the women and a focus on positive. So that's why friendships and relationships. Collaboration corporations are assuming And that That he can surround ourselves. People who makes us feel bitter and people who makes off not feeling small. Exactly al arabi. How old are own talents. As i said in our own country have done our work and study a nice religious mice that be concerning ourselves with these people may kosf Feeding bitter and then the support hips also to shine the our own best. So i think it's very nice Important also relationship to create it. You may be more of his relationships. More of this corporation collaborations always very very nice idea. So i'm really thankful of you wrote in these on. Got the idea. Yeah thank you. I'm really grateful that the for news. Your team decided that they would like to collaborate with us. And i think we can you know make some great things happen and and build something nice together the more you find a way that they waste of arneses head then more support you.