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 Turkey's president says 'no' to Sweden and Finland NATO bid

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Turkey's president says 'no' to Sweden and Finland NATO bid

"President Biden calls it a momentous day celebrating the bids by two once neutral nations to join NATO in response to Russia's Ukraine invasion The president says the U.S. fully backs applications from Finland and Sweden They meet every NATO requirement and then some And having two new NATO members in the high north will enhance the security of our alliance And would be a big embarrassment for Moscow which cited Ukraine's NATO aspirations as one reason for the invasion But Finland and Sweden face a roadblock Turkey says it's against their bids over terror concerns and other issues Finnish president Sully Nina says he's happy to discuss We condemn terrorism in

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"finnish  " Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

04:58 min | 2 months ago

"finnish " Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

"The annual World Economic Forum at Davos is finally taking place again from the 22nd to the 26th of May and this year, there's going to be some new participants representatives from 8 cutting edge Finnish companies which are innovating within energy technology, healthcare, and education under the group banner, Finnish flow. The Finns have been working in their characteristically thorough but quiet way in these fields for many years, but their traditionally unassuming approach will no longer do. In recognition of both the urgency and global nature of the problems the Finnish flow companies are addressing, they're aiming to take Davos by storm with their solutions to everything from the green energy transition to helping kids catch up on their COVID struck education. We start with Raphael majeski, CEO of ice eye, a Finnish micro satellite manufacturer that uses data to prevent and assist in natural disasters. More of that in a moment, but first, I ask raffle to tell me a little more about Finnish flow and its Davos debut. I think of it as an initiative, which is designed to bring really and showcase the finish innovation and maybe finish a thought leadership, a Davos, there hasn't really been a lot of Finland in Davis in the past. And it's one of the most important forums to discuss the world matters. There's quite a lot that Finland and the Finnish entrepreneurs and young generation can offer. And what was the selection criteria? They had to be part of a venture. And that venture had to represent an idea of sustainability, high degree of innovation, and basically be of interest to the future of the world. And now that the second criteria which I'm not sure how official this was, but it's clear that Finland wanted to select a representatives of the younger generation. I'm personally 32, and all of the people that go with me are of similar age. And I think World Economic Forum in Davos has actually been known as a forum attended by a specific group of individuals and sort of bringing the younger generation into the debate. It's not only wise, but necessary, really. The Davos demographic does tend towards the over 60s, doesn't it? That is correct, yes. I was trying to find the right way of describing that phenomenon, yes. Well, hopefully you'll bring the average age down a little bit. And how does ice I.

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Nordic NATO bids move forward but Turkey could derail deal

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Nordic NATO bids move forward but Turkey could derail deal

"Finland's Finland's Finland's Finland's parliament parliament parliament parliament has has has has overwhelmingly overwhelmingly overwhelmingly overwhelmingly endorsed endorsed endorsed endorsed a a a a bid bid bid bid from from from from of of of of the the the the Nordic Nordic Nordic Nordic countries countries countries countries governments governments governments governments to to to to join join join join NATO NATO NATO NATO lawmakers lawmakers lawmakers lawmakers at at at at the the the the two two two two hundred hundred hundred hundred seat seat seat seat parliament parliament parliament parliament voted voted voted voted one one one one eight eight eight eight eight eight eight eight eight eight eight eight two two two two approved approved approved approved Finland Finland Finland Finland seeking seeking seeking seeking membership membership membership membership in in in in of of of of the the the the thirty thirty thirty thirty member member member member western western western western military military military military alliance alliance alliance alliance the the the the vote vote vote vote was was was was considered considered considered considered a a a a formality formality formality formality after after after after leaders leaders leaders leaders have have have have announced announced announced announced the the the the intention intention intention intention to to to to join join join join on on on on Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday lawmakers lawmakers lawmakers lawmakers approval approval approval approval wasn't wasn't wasn't wasn't necessarily necessarily necessarily necessarily required required required required however however however however he he he he was was was was told told told told to to to to be be be be important important important important for for for for the the the the parliament parliament parliament parliament to to to to weigh weigh weigh weigh in in in in on on on on that that that that the the the the NATO NATO NATO NATO bid bid bid bid described described described described by by by by the the the the Finnish Finnish Finnish Finnish head head head head of of of of state state state state as as as as historic historic historic historic Finland's Finland's Finland's Finland's not not not not expected expected expected expected to to to to sign sign sign sign a a a a formal formal formal formal application application application application on on on on file file file file it it it it to to to to NATO NATO NATO NATO headquarters headquarters headquarters headquarters in in in in the the the the coming coming coming coming days days days days together together together together with with with with Nordic Nordic Nordic Nordic neighbour neighbour neighbour neighbour Sweden Sweden Sweden Sweden I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles de de de de Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma

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"finnish  " Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:26 min | 3 months ago

"finnish " Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This week Finland is applying to join NATO in an historic move after neighboring Russia's invasion of Ukraine That made Finland think twice about its preference to stay out of NATO the formal decision was made today and requires a sign off by the parliament Finnish president soli nista at a press conference today in Helsinki says in his view Finland joining NATO should not significantly alter his country's relationship with Russia NATO membership doesn't change geography So we will have always that big borderline both sea and land And Russians behind that An animal care center of New York City location is not taking dogs right now because of a pneumonia outbreak The pneumonia outbreak is forcing the ACC shelter in east Harlem to pause accepting dogs since the outbreak is believed to have caused the death of at least two dogs Overall ACC officials say they've been taking in about 20% more dogs this year compared to one year ago Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm susannah Palmer This is Bloomberg This is Bloomberg businessweek inside from the reporters and editors who bring you America's most trusted business magazine Plus global business finance and tech news as it happens Bloomberg businessweek with Carol massar and Bloomberg quick takes Tim stenog on Bloomberg radio Hi everyone welcome to the weekend edition of Bloomberg businessweek Timo gotta say it was another crazy week and other ball tool week and then we had that hot inflation print They had us all thinking is it peak or is it not peak Yeah that's the question that remains and we have a great group of people to help really break down and help us find some answers starting with legendary investor Alan Patrick Hough from gray kroft Carol I mean look it's fair to say that he's seen a cycle or two right Early investor in Apple So he knows what's up with markets like this And he had an interesting perspective on some of the tech sell off that we've seen in some of those well-known names Plus we're going to get a good check on the consumer the CEO of Tapestry talking about our company's latest earnings they've been raising prices All of that to come we begin though with a Bloomberg big take this week And this week's issue of Bloomberg businessweek it's an incredible piece to view online It's interactive It's really well told visually So I encourage everybody to check it out It's all about exploring Japan's front lines It's we're for millions of Japanese The confrontation between the U.S. and China it's already a reality Here to explain Bloomberg business week editor Joel Webber along with Matt Campbell whose Asia editor for business week It's actually a series of islands And what's interesting I think Americans would probably be most familiar with Okinawa which is one of them And this series of islands you end up closer to Shanghai and Mainland China than to Tokyo which is pretty incredible when you see it on a map and I do recommend reading it online because the immersive experience that we've built for this story is pretty incredible And what's interesting is obviously the detentions between U.S. and China have been palpable and if anything I've been simmering and during the Trump administration escalated And this is like a little quiet area that's right next to Taiwan as we've been talking about Ukraine and the tensions there Obviously a lot of time Taiwan interest has been I think And what's really interesting about these islands is there's this demographic crisis in Japan Don't have enough workers A lot of the workers that they would have on these islands have traditionally come from China and obviously with zero COVID China has not had that That means there's no tourism dollars coming from China as well And obviously there's a huge American military presence there which makes all of this really interesting because this is a front line right Even though there isn't an active conflict that doesn't mean that there isn't tension and that it's all rooted right in this place And it has some really interesting and fascinating domestic implications for Japan and politics and even American foreign policy So Matt what was the thing that initial thing that sparks your interest about what Yoshi set out to tell in this story Well I always look for what I call small stories that tell big stories of ways to go to one place or one company or one series of events and then go from there into a better understanding of big mega trends And what's cool about this story is Yoshi fabulous reporter in Japan who put this together was he found the series of communities in Japan which are struggling with the exact same problem that Japan as a whole has which is on the one hand economic dependence on China and in fact growing economic dependence on China But a deepening security alliance with the U.S. and obviously there's a contradiction there Well and you know part of what I have to say is I was reading through it was really stark for me and where you said where he said should a war come between the U.S. and China basically And unlikely but increasingly plausible scenario because of what's going on in Ukraine I don't even I mean I do think about it but not and I feel like you realize okay how vulnerable or how this might play out ultimately Matt Well indeed and Japan something that is very apparent if you go back in the history a little bit is Japan is deeply involved.

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FM's arrive ahead of NATO meeting on Finland, Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

FM's arrive ahead of NATO meeting on Finland, Ukraine

"The the the the president president president president under under under under government government government government of of of of Finland Finland Finland Finland have have have have announced announced announced announced the the the the previously previously previously previously neutral neutral neutral neutral Nordic Nordic Nordic Nordic country country country country the the the the chess chess chess chess all all all all along along along along border border border border with with with with Russia Russia Russia Russia intends intends intends intends to to to to apply apply apply apply for for for for membership membership membership membership in in in in NATO NATO NATO NATO paving paving paving paving the the the the way way way way for for for for the the the the thirty thirty thirty thirty member member member member western western western western military military military military alliance alliance alliance alliance to to to to expand expand expand expand top top top top NATO NATO NATO NATO diplomats diplomats diplomats diplomats a a a a meeting meeting meeting meeting to to to to discuss discuss discuss discuss providing providing providing providing further further further further support support support support to to to to Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine I'm I'm I'm I'm moved moved moved moved by by by by Finland Finland Finland Finland Sweden Sweden Sweden Sweden and and and and others others others others to to to to join join join join NATO NATO NATO NATO in in in in the the the the face face face face of of of of Russian Russian Russian Russian threats threats threats threats the the the the Finnish Finnish Finnish Finnish parliament parliament parliament parliament is is is is expected expected expected expected to to to to endorse endorse endorse endorse the the the the decision decision decision decision in in in in coming coming coming coming days days days days but but but but is is is is considered considered considered considered a a a a formality formality formality formality then then then then a a a a membership membership membership membership application application application application will will will will be be be be submitted submitted submitted submitted to to to to the the the the NATO NATO NATO NATO headquarters headquarters headquarters headquarters in in in in Brussels Brussels Brussels Brussels most most most most likely likely likely likely next next next next week week week week Sweden Sweden Sweden Sweden has has has has also also also also already already already already taken taken taken taken steps steps steps steps towards towards towards towards joining joining joining joining the the the the alliance alliance alliance alliance well well well well George's George's George's George's bid bid bid bid is is is is again again again again being being being being discussed discussed discussed discussed despite despite despite despite dire dire dire dire warnings warnings warnings warnings from from from from Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles tell tell tell tell us us us us about about about about

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Putin warns Finland NATO membership would harm relations

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Putin warns Finland NATO membership would harm relations

"Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's president president president president has has has has warned warned warned warned Finland Finland Finland Finland that that that that joining joining joining joining NATO NATO NATO NATO will will will will sour sour sour sour relations relations relations relations between between between between the the the the two two two two neighbors neighbors neighbors neighbors in in in in a a a a phone phone phone phone conversation conversation conversation conversation with with with with Russian Russian Russian Russian president president president president Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin Putin Putin apparently apparently apparently apparently told told told told his his his his Finnish Finnish Finnish Finnish counterparts counterparts counterparts counterparts the the the the defendant defendant defendant defendant were were were were to to to to abandon abandon abandon abandon its its its its ministry ministry ministry ministry neutrality neutrality neutrality neutrality by by by by joining joining joining joining NATO NATO NATO NATO it it it it would would would would be be be be an an an an era era era era since since since since there there there there are are are are no no no no threats threats threats threats to to to to finance finance finance finance acuity acuity acuity acuity Finland's Finland's Finland's Finland's president president president president had had had had called called called called the the the the Russian Russian Russian Russian needed needed needed needed to to to to warn warn warn warn him him him him of of of of financing financing financing financing pending pending pending pending application application application application to to to to join join join join NATO NATO NATO NATO Finland's Finland's Finland's Finland's foreign foreign foreign foreign minister minister minister minister Pekka Pekka Pekka Pekka Haavisto Haavisto Haavisto Haavisto said said said said the the the the call call call call was was was was to to to to keep keep keep keep honest honest honest honest relations relations relations relations between between between between the the the the two two two two nations nations nations nations we we we we have have have have one one one one thousand thousand thousand thousand three three three three hundred hundred hundred hundred kilometers kilometers kilometers kilometers from from from from the the the the border border border border with with with with the the the the brush brush brush brush of of of of the the the the the the the the border border border border it's it's it's it's peaceful peaceful peaceful peaceful and and and and we we we we want want want want to to to to maintain maintain maintain maintain that that that that border border border border peacefully peacefully peacefully peacefully in in in in his his his his prime prime prime prime minister's minister's minister's minister's son son son son I'm I'm I'm I'm Iran Iran Iran Iran also also also also said said said said she she she she hoped hoped hoped hoped that that that that neighboring neighboring neighboring neighboring Sweden Sweden Sweden Sweden would would would would join join join join Finland Finland Finland Finland in in in in its its its its quest quest quest quest to to to to become become become become a a a a NATO NATO NATO NATO member member member member it's it's it's it's very very very very important important important important that that that that we we we we are are are are making making making making the the the the decisions decisions decisions decisions together together together together and and and and acting acting acting acting US US US one one one and and and also also also making making making the the the decisions decisions decisions in in in the the the same same same time time time table table table I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas

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Biblical Condemnations of LGBT Not Hate Speech in Finland, Court Rules

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:16 min | 4 months ago

Biblical Condemnations of LGBT Not Hate Speech in Finland, Court Rules

"I want to tell you about the result in a trial that I mentioned on the podcast several weeks ago, a trial of two prominent people in Finland, who were accused of hate crimes, essentially for communicating their Christian beliefs. So let me revive the facts of the case. You have a woman named pi V rasanen. She's a physician. She's a mother of 5. And she is a was a member of the Finnish parliament. And then you have Johanna pujol, a bishop in the evangelical Lutheran mission diocese in Finland. And both of them were accused or indicted together for apparently using their free speech to promote what the government of Finland called hate speech. So this is essentially a hate speech trial. And. What happened is that is that this woman named Racine had put out a pamphlet in 2004, she had apparently made some comments in a 2018 radio debate. She apparently had a Twitter post and 2019. So this was the basis of the indictment. And they said that she was guilty of hate crimes because her statements were quote likely to cause intolerance contempt and hatred toward homosexuals. This was the indictment. Now what was the charge against the other individual, pau jola? They said basically that this was a guy who published a pamphlet in which he once again supposedly was promoting hate by emphasizing the biblical principle of taking right out of the Bible quote male and female he created them. So the idea is a God made human beings male and female he created them. That's hate speech. So this now goes before a court in Helsinki. And. There was an investigation before this. And the defense was simple. Articulating our Christian beliefs. In fact, in one case, one of the defendants said, I'm simply saying in a little different way and in finish, I suppose, would be apostle Paul said, the prosecutor was not abused. He goes, the apostle Paul isn't on trial here. He goes, but Racine is, meaning this individual, this woman, this member of parliament, she's on trial, and so regardless of what Paul said, if she repeats it, she announced that it, and so she needs to be held to account. Well, finally, the court in Helsinki has issued its verdict. And I'm happy to say it's a complete dismissal of all charges. It's a complete victory for both pi V rasan and Johanna, pajo, and basically what the court says is this. They say that yes, these are these are two individuals who were articulating essentially biblical concepts and the court says in the unanimous ruling, quote it is not for the court to interpret biblical concepts,

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Finnish president to Putin: cease-fire needed

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

Finnish president to Putin: cease-fire needed

"With this president Sulit Niinisto has spoken with Russian president Vladimir Putin in a phone call at his office says exclusively focused on the war in Ukraine minister informed Putin that he earlier in the day but had a phone call with Ukrainian president Vladimir Medinsky until Putin the landscape was prepared to talk directly with Putin in a statement the Finnish president's office said minister called for an immediate ceasefire and the safe evacuation of civilians but also spoke to Putin about the safety and security of the nuclear energy facilities in Ukraine minister is one of the few western leaders who's kept a regular dialogue with Putin ever since the Finnish leader took office in twenty twelve I'm Charles to that's my

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Switzerland Breaks Neutrality, Adopting Sanctions Against Russia

Mark Levin

01:04 min | 5 months ago

Switzerland Breaks Neutrality, Adopting Sanctions Against Russia

"One of the latest and most notable reactions to the invasion is the fact that Switzerland has chosen a side On Monday the famously neutral country said it would adopt European Union sanctions against Moscow and freeze Russian assets located in the spanx Governor adopted sanctioned specifically against Putin prime minister Mikhail mushin and foreign minister Sergei Lavrov Good for them That's a good thing Even the Finnish are getting involved The two nations of border Russia were threatened with serious military political consequences by Moscow if they were to join NATO but both of them brushed off the threats Finished foreign minister Pikachu said we've heard this before and don't think that it calls for a military threat Finland's 830 mile border with Russia's the longest of any European Union country I want to be extremely clear It is Sweden that itself and independently decides on our security policy line added the Swedish prime minister Magdalena Anderson's she said in a statement

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Finnish Bishop and Politician Face Trial for LGBT Statements

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:38 min | 6 months ago

Finnish Bishop and Politician Face Trial for LGBT Statements

"There's a remarkable trial going on in Finland right now, which I see as a kind of window into not only European secularization, but active state hostility toward religion and specifically toward Christianity. Now, two people and these are not ordinary citizens. One is a Finnish parliament member and former minister of the interior. This is a woman named pi B rasanen. She happens to be also a medical doctor, and another guy a bishop in the evangelical Lutheran mission church in Finland. This is a guy named ohana pajol. I'm not sure if I'm pronouncing any of this right, but any event this woman in this man one of politician and the other a bishop are under trial, apparently for making hostile comments. Towards the LGBTQ movement. And this is not merely a matter of, oh, they've they're engaging in irresponsible speech, or not even that they've speech should be somehow deleted or suppressed, remove from the record, but it's a criminal case. They are committing a crime for what they have said in their writings and their public statements that they are quote discriminating against minorities, not by action. They haven't done anything to anyone, but by their words. Wow. Now. The prosecutor has made the following statement in his opening statement, he goes quote, religious freedom exists. He means in Finland. Religious freedom exists, but must be limited within certain boundaries. Now you can see here the echoes of what the left believes in this country. They're not against freedom at all, but they're like freedom, unless it trespasses on one of our orthodoxies, in which case the freedom itself becomes abridged. Now, interestingly, there's a kind of boldness to these defendants, the woman ivy rosenheim, she says, in all charges I deny any wrongdoing, my writings and statements under investigation are linked to the Bible's teachings on marriage, living as a man and a woman, as well as the apostle Paul's teaching on homosexual acts. Boom. So what she's saying is, look, it's really not even me, that's on trial. It is the Bible itself.

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How Eco-Friendly is Fashion Rental, Really?

Wardrobe Crisis

01:58 min | 1 year ago

How Eco-Friendly is Fashion Rental, Really?

"Very excited to bring you this new episode all about fashion rental and how sustainable is have you been reading all these headlines questioning sustainability credentials. Because i've been everywhere. Now the popular angle was you may as well throw your clothes away. Because rental isn't eko wrought What do you think of this. His a selection of headlines and leads from popular media on this topic. The guardian went with a study has revealed that renting clothes long touted as one of the inverted. Commas onces to fashions sustainability crisis is worse for the planet then throwing them away dazed reported on the harmful environmental impacts of clothes jazz from transportation to upkeep glamour magazine. They said renting your has just been cooled out as the least environmentally friendly fashion option. And so on now all of this came out of the publication. In a finnish scientific journal of a study by five researchers from looked university led by jakko lebanon. He and his colleagues villa usa. Tallow anna harry curran and lassie linen compared the environmental impacts of five different scenarios around owning and disposing of clothes these included renting resale and recycling. Now when you do a study like this you got to make some decisions about ways dot and you'll methodology like what kind of garment we a cat. Where is it made. What's it made from. And where does it travel. So what market is it being sold or rented or recycled in an what's your average baseline for usage like. How often does it get worn. The research has decided on a pair of jeans made in bangladesh and consumed or rented or accessed in europe.

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South African Firm to Make Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine, First in Africa

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

South African Firm to Make Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine, First in Africa

"Manufacturer Pfizer says a south African firm will begin producing the FISA biotech cope with nineteen vaccine the announcement is important because it will be the first time that the vaccine will be produced in Africa the bio vaccines to to to based in Cape Town manufacturing the vaccine for distribution across the continent buy a doc will receive large batch ingredients for the vaccine from Europe will blend the components put them in vials and package them the old wood movement with production kicking off in twenty twenty two the goal is to reach more than one hundred million Finnish doses annually South Africa is relying upon the FISA vaccine in its mass inoculation drive I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Predators Goaltender Pekka Rinne Retiring After 15 Seasons

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Predators Goaltender Pekka Rinne Retiring After 15 Seasons

"Predators goaltender Pekka Rinne a has announced his retirement after fifteen NHL seasons the Finnish native says the decision wasn't easy but the right one at the right time the two thousand eighteen Vezina trophy winner earned a five nothing win over the hurricanes in his last start on may tenth it was his sixtieth career shutout and tied him with John Brasso for nineteenth and the NHL's win list with three sixty nine Renee played his entire career with Nashville after being selected in the eighth round of the two thousand and four draft he compiled a two point four three goals against average and nine seventeen save percentage I'm Dave Ferrie

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Finland Sees Spike in Virus Cases From Returning Soccer Fans

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

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

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"finnish  " Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"finnish " Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

"Nice tell. What shall we I've chosen to of them because well always plaque couple anyway. M ever chat. Price of music have Play some music on then have goodbye. I they normally pick the top two so there may be in the wrong order. I just pick a couple of random that i think a different you know and a lot of people said that is brilliant because every station are getting done or you know. They want to hear my latest or of the famous when they won't go into the office so the first one i'm gonna pick. I actually fit. The second one's more to is up to us. Okay nice. that hasn't been played a lot. And then you can tell me all about this when these are like this one in particular. Yeah specific show There are so many things said. I am grateful that have come to life full dodger and finally i've learned. Is it up to us the sturdy play our or is it up to us right from this. A few good friends stayed in my life. Some of them. I've known since two and though we don't see us of as back then.

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"finnish  " Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"finnish " Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

"Italica michael jackson's at tonight matthew. I won't through the whole by the welcome to the show mauri. I put it out some of that. Right yeah tankers. Months sounded good to me. Y'all not sort of into the funding of the the english american canada australia. It's not so bad. But trying to the european languages like finland sweden especially the nordic countries and then and then the german country. It's very hard for people well. No that's fine lettuce really hard. Language might claim to fame is mentioned when a. Come onto the show. If i been somewhere. The money guys helsinki. When i was younger probably before i was before i got my said sometime late. Eighties early nineties. I haven't actually been since which is annoying him But when i went on a european tour of your by ryo and it bought me to their the sweden finland ferry. And then when all over shipment as much as i could because i just like the cold countries because of snow and rain devon yet types to do the big one though the sweden to naff rick norway or is it no way so i know nobody never know nobody. I am trying because it's a very special area. Yeah trying to. I'd even yet is sweden. Finland is the i like code. But i don't like to cold and of finland's reminds me of the gateway to russia in a way so it tends to get more codes that way. Yeah so after chair south up with myself up with medicinal and then maybe a music. Yeah you control what. What made you choose. music in. The first place was after the relationship. Bow down before. Well i've been doing music for twenty five years now so i've been doing it always but this solo album came kind of when my life changed a lot so these neo kind of falke song started coming out so i decided to make a solo album because previously had done like metal music. So it's really different from that so kostic more music. While have you played any webs of life Before the pandemic while are you planning after Planning after i didn't have the chance to play this solo album stuff live yet. I played last couple of private so Before the whole thing started. But now i'm just waiting things to open up so but before i played like i conduct like five hundred showed with different than wow. It must i dunno. I mean imagine. If i was in a band would it be better with a band. Because you've got everybody helping you with the music and the vocals may be or is it better on your own. I mean i guess. It's a bit like bus tickets. Five boasts is more expensive than the one bus. Being on your own. You can please yourself. You don't have to confirm with the rest of the band. You know the the People flexible but then you lose the support of the vocals instruments. I guess one of them. It's one of funds his solely singers. Yeah well. I kind of like both ways of working when working with the band two. There's the social aspect and the interaction between musicians and when you do solo stuff. You're just by yourself so you don't have that interaction between different instruments and play instruments by yourself after you recorded the vocals guitars and when you play live you're always always on your own so but maybe i add some musicians for these on the way so it was fun to play with other people and you probably have to make your own. Coffee is yeah. Now you can do by so i mean you. Most people do say they do their solo stuff in they they do. The bounced off as well so cushion used to playing with different bands. I guess for you. This is easy and now abundant. It's because if you want to know that yeah yeah. That's good thing to write your own song lyrics so makes things easier kind of by the way one of the pictures out. Just it reminds me of probably the little bit of Did do news nice now. Event the farthest Magic about a father in finland when is no snow. It's truly beautiful in the summertime. We made this. Love will prevail music video last july. Think and my daughter was two years old on that one test yesterday. She turned three years bile. Yeah clearly have been mcbain. Good now they say terrible twos but but in the freezer. Getting better behaved yeah. I don't know he's so great and it's a big experience for me to become a father at porty and it has really affected my music writing as well. Kind of opening up new doors in life and making a tink of things like in a different way forty When she becomes eighteen you been almost a pension of severe. He has scabby that wii. But in another way you'll have more experience to give her now forty that she can learn from and then later on michael own judgment mistakes or happiness I love these photos. You that when you in dark looms and and some of them like deserted properties may not be but they look like they are. Yeah there was one where we thought this music video for the title song. Dreams of a middle aged man. There was this burnt house so it made really nice like black backgrounds for the music video. And the bdo where i am in with my daughter rates also saw tina burnt forest was like a huge area forest burnt in norton finland so sheltered there just seen when you have videos them poison woman. Yeah that's s lyric deal. Very.

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The case for co-ops, the invisible giant of the economy | Anu Puusa [TEST]

TED Talks Daily

07:31 min | 1 year ago

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

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Boris Johnson Calls for Talks After Scottish Nationalist Victory

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Boris Johnson Calls for Talks After Scottish Nationalist Victory

"House. Finnish Prime Minister Boris Johnson is invited The leaders of the U. K. Steve all of nations for crisis talks on the union after Scotland's pro Independence Party won his fourth straight parliamentary election. Think of a sturgeon, leader of the Scottish National Party says independence is

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"finnish  " Discussed on Mastering Finland

Mastering Finland

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"finnish " Discussed on Mastering Finland

"Manful and maybe also like smiling smiling and and may be also like this. Maybe like this calm. Calm. presence deforest take that phoenix. People like that. If you have from latino country that the lack the cool down a steel you can be yourself but maybe the first or the easy end and of course in table. It's good to taste everything. But if you have allergies or something you can say that so bill you understand already these type of things so they are not pushing you to eat. Yeah i think. I think it's really flexible. Where is not being paid. Be yourself and maybe life like more listening and using like smiling and things like that. Yeah finnish people value because the communication here is low slower at and not so like there might be moments of science. So that's totally fine. You didn't have to feed it different words and activities. You can just take your time and prayed as elderly fine. It doesn't mean anything. Yeah it's very relaxed and low key. There's like And then you can help in the kitchen. You can ask a helping the kitchen if you are there. You can do health to full finished. It's fine it's not like owns base something that you.

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Nokia to cut up to 10,000 jobs to ramp up R&D in 5G race

1A

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Nokia to cut up to 10,000 jobs to ramp up R&D in 5G race

"Nokia says it will cut up to 10,000 jobs over the next two years as part of a restructuring plan to cut $715 million. The Finnish telecoms equipment maker says those cuts will allow the company to focus on developing its superfast fi G equipment. Company in a race with Ericsson, in what way lost out on a major horizon contract in the U. S in the last year, and it has made inroads into the Chinese market. Nokia says the cuts which are about 11% of its workforce, will affect most of the

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Gabriel Sosa's billboards offer messages of hope in Boston communities hit hard by COVID-19

Radio Boston

04:20 min | 1 year ago

Gabriel Sosa's billboards offer messages of hope in Boston communities hit hard by COVID-19

"You've seen them. It's a series of bright colorful billboards with powerful messages of hope in english and spanish like one in roslindale square big bright letters against a solid background. It ain't easy but keep going. The inside bill unsigned billboards. They've appeared in east boston. Roslindale roxbury dorchester. Boston communities hit particularly hard by covid nineteen and they are the work of gabriel sosa. So says grew up in miami and is now a visiting lecturer at the massachusetts college of art and design artist teacher translator and we spoke with gabriel sosa recently about his art. Heidi thanks for having me. It's great to have you so i there's so much i wanna talk about both in sort of form and message but let's start with message. It is a simple hopeful loving message. How did you land on it and sort of the variations of the messages. You're using it came from a long process. I was scheduled to have a public art project at some point in the spring or summer of twenty twenty i had been thinking about the different ways that that could take place and listen to the pandemic and then i really came upon this idea of. What can an artist offer right now. And i thought well you know arts can offer. Space for critical reflection can offer a space for comfort and is based on solidarity and then they use of the words. North fascinated me growing up in miami in a cuban american community. Those words are so intelligible cross spanish speaking countries. There's this kind of special flavor of solidarity with that. You can be standing in the long line and someone will look back at you. Either miami or havana. And say hey. North fosse's limits this way of saying you know. Hey i got you. That's where that spirit came from. And then it just seem logical thinking about my My bilingual miss my cultural mess and the large finnish speaking population in boston that it made sense to offer both in english and spanish. This new fascinating easy. Let's talk about this idea of solidarity. Which you you say. This work expresses these messages of hang in there. Keep going express. What does it mean to you. And and how do these billboards express a kind of solidarity. It means that you understand someone that you are wish them and hopefully that expresses itself in some way to be on on the same page to know where someone is coming from. Why is that so important right now. Well needless to say the world has changed right before our eyes were about a year into this pandemic things that seem sort of unthinkable or almost a little sifi for us have become normal and not only the pandemic but also in this country everything the twenty twenty brought us and i think just being able to to say to someone look i. I know what you're going through or i can sympathize with you. I think he's just one of the most important gestures that anyone can make. Let's talk about the medium. you chose for minute. We we just finished talking about the message. Producer jamie bologna. And i were both so struck by your choice to use billboards. I think we share a fondness for billboards and the you know that sort of passing way. They communicate with people in their communities in their daily life. What made you land on. Billboards came from a place of my being interested in text in the public space in this kind of range from things like bumper stickers window signs street signs painted on ashfall adopt myself. Would something i can do that. Shares message that considers social distancing that's visible and then sort of seemed like a logical option and there's also such a rich history of artists that have used billboards as a media. I mean there's spending coincides thrown is there's crew gird at scott so it was really exciting for me to tap into that traditions. Well

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Gabriel Sosa's billboards offer messages of hope in Boston communities hit particularly hard by COVID-19

Radio Boston

04:20 min | 1 year ago

Gabriel Sosa's billboards offer messages of hope in Boston communities hit particularly hard by COVID-19

"You've seen them. It's a series of bright colorful billboards with powerful messages of hope in english and spanish like one in roslindale square big bright letters against a solid background. It ain't easy but keep going. The inside bill unsigned billboards. They've appeared in east boston. Roslindale roxbury dorchester. Boston communities hit particularly hard by covid nineteen and they are the work of gabriel sosa. So says grew up in miami and is now a visiting lecturer at the massachusetts college of art and design artist teacher translator and we spoke with gabriel sosa recently about his art. Heidi thanks for having me. It's great to have you so i there's so much i wanna talk about both in sort of form and message but let's start with message. It is a simple hopeful loving message. How did you land on it and sort of the variations of the messages. You're using it came from a long process. I was scheduled to have a public art project at some point in the spring or summer of twenty twenty i had been thinking about the different ways that that could take place and listen to the pandemic and then i really came upon this idea of. What can an artist offer right now. And i thought well you know arts can offer. Space for critical reflection can offer a space for comfort and is based on solidarity and then they use of the words. North fascinated me growing up in miami in a cuban american community. Those words are so intelligible cross spanish speaking countries. There's this kind of special flavor of solidarity with that. You can be standing in the long line and someone will look back at you. Either miami or havana. And say hey. North fosse's limits this way of saying you know. Hey i got you. That's where that spirit came from. And then it just seem logical thinking about my My bilingual miss my cultural mess and the large finnish speaking population in boston that it made sense to offer both in english and spanish. This new fascinating easy. Let's talk about this idea of solidarity. Which you you say. This work expresses these messages of hang in there. Keep going express. What does it mean to you. And and how do these billboards express a kind of solidarity. It means that you understand someone that you are wish them and hopefully that expresses itself in some way to be on on the same page to know where someone is coming from. Why is that so important right now. Well needless to say the world has changed right before our eyes were about a year into this pandemic things that seem sort of unthinkable or almost a little sifi for us have become normal and not only the pandemic but also in this country everything the twenty twenty brought us and i think just being able to to say to someone look i. I know what you're going through or i can sympathize with you. I think he's just one of the most important gestures that anyone can make. Let's talk about the medium. you chose for minute. We we just finished talking about the message. Producer jamie bologna. And i were both so struck by your choice to use billboards. I think we share a fondness for billboards and the you know that sort of passing way. They communicate with people in their communities in their daily life. What made you land on. Billboards came from a place of my being interested in text in the public space in this kind of range from things like bumper stickers window signs street signs painted on ashfall adopt myself. Would something i can do that. Shares message that considers social distancing that's visible and then sort of seemed like a logical option and there's also such a rich history of artists that have used billboards as a media. I mean there's spending coincides thrown is there's crew gird at scott so it was really exciting for me to tap into that traditions. Well

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"finnish  " Discussed on Mastering Finland

Mastering Finland

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"finnish " Discussed on Mastering Finland

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"finnish  " Discussed on Mastering Finland

Mastering Finland

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"finnish " Discussed on Mastering Finland

"I help people learn finish but even my language courses are heavily relying on the finnish culture. Because that i think makes kind of switch in your mind. It doesn't feel like language. Is the goal that language is only. The tool at the goal is way bigger so there is an there is a beginning level finnish language. Course that helps you learn finish and it's based on vat super easy structures that we have on spoken finnish not not too with the standard finished with it which is more complex and then there is this index cultural course called finnish culture on best which has a super detailed and this conflict meaningful journey within the finnish culture back chorus actually also has a personal video review from me so i always tried to take multiple sensors into my products and this is one way of making that dialogue even more concrete with my student and then i do love baking and cooking so i have an kook and video lessons. They are called finish baking magic and they kind of go through the four sweet seasons of finished cooking and then i have keeps play based finished cars as well and then finally i just launched a a seven day mastermind group which is a challenge based group coaching and that is called fuel. Finish so if my students are. Are anybody looking for that kind of personal coaching and new friends and everybody who is interested in in finnish than that is something that is also available right now. It's like door open. Verse are open now but with all of my other courses. The doors are always open. Yeah i had a chance to to try. Of course is very grateful for being able to try courses learn from your courses and also my boyfriend who is currently illich very much focusing on finish has been has been using courses and especially what what else you said that. There's this big in of course and it's really good that you don't start with this grammar and you start spokane way finished the it makes a big difference because i know that my boyfriend has been struggling with the fact that he was learning through university course justice like written finish and then he started speaking he tried to speak and then he was confused because there were speaking to him in completely different way and he was just confused. That had the nationwide did to change. And that's why like that. You start with this focus. Because the easiest thing is to start in few spoken i dunno sentences untried to use them and then slowly build up the knowledge in india language which i think is rare to be honest than somebody starts with the spoken version of finish. Yeah i don't think there is a statement. Of course oh vailable. And that's because this this was created by my community because all of my products The starting point for all of my products is always my community. I have this is a bit embarrassing. But i have like a huge sheets of all of the probe plans and struggles of my people. And every time. I get an email lauren instagram message..

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"finnish  " Discussed on Mastering Finland

Mastering Finland

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"finnish " Discussed on Mastering Finland

"Some things that oh yeah yeah. Most important thing is to do something. Get the ball rolling and it pays off in the end. Yes that's a great note to wrap this episode. I feel like there's so much more that could be said. Yeah i think. I got excellent. That loaded this competition with you. I just want to say a lot of wisdom to share. 'cause you actually you know you stuck with everything that you started with and like you said it was a process. But you didn't give up. And i don't think we've had on a foreigner here on the podcast who's been in finland for this long so it's actually really interesting to hear a veterans perspective of life in finland. So so thank you so much To say that you know A finnish language is definitely Kind of important. Even you can carry a basic conversation sets radio something and also it will help you to be when you understand more about the inside jokes and you you feel you feel that you have the same content as the person in use you will blend into the group and then slowly then you will be fuel the okay now. I'm in this society like you'd have. You are outside of the circle so no matter how well bad does try to bake as much and writing does takes of practices. I mean if you're autumn go to stay in finland than maybe something have to put a site like. I don't know if some people would think that. I am the professional i can. I can do these jobs than you might have to wait a bit longer. I don't know this is my personal of view than it everytime identity small things i it got me to somewhere. But i'm at this level. I am actually quite proud about hardware achieve your out. My what level. Not abbas senior management but online. It's not quite happy. Yeah and it's amazing. You completely deserve everything that you have right now. 'cause you actually put blood sweat and tears that went into the whole process and a looking for a job. You don't necessarily have to pay for open open position really if you being on the certain industry that you lie and you suddenly found out that the company that you like to s- right in and ask from yourself. Yeah so it's shelley missile few interviews in the past. Although i didn't get the job i did actually just right in and go go to have some talk with the seal just even getting an interview is already a big deal. Yes yes that's that's a good tip just if you see something you like. Just go and get it. Yes and the from each interview than you learn about what what kind of question they are going to ask you and most the same at the few questions is repeating and they may be they are just in a different form or instructor so from also you can actually have some training for yourself on could handle interview. Yeah exactly yes note any experience that you have will not go to waste if you have the right attitude about it and wanting to improve yourself. Yes thank you so much. This was encouraging to hear. And i'm sure a lot of our listeners are also gonna have learned a lot from the so. Thank you so much for sharing. I appreciate i originally as well that you ladies are putting in efforts to help people to understand that the more insight on reality of finland his it looks all like oh beautiful bubble from the outside the happiest country and output. Jc by spoke on wagner wood's vickers as hawaii adds. No thank you thank you so much. Thank you to our listeners for tuning in and we will see you next week bye thank you bye bye. Thank you for listening. You can subscribe to report cousins spotify. Google podcasts on the podcast cusp providers for more information for instagram. At mastering the cylinder podcast subscribe to our monthly newsletter and keep an eye on our website. Muslims have and good luck with your own monster in finland star..

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"finnish  " Discussed on Mastering Finland

Mastering Finland

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"finnish " Discussed on Mastering Finland

"What do you say to that. I say that phosphine foreign ah. It's still a struggle. Which is truth is i think the finnish the language barrier. It's not only in finland because in germany. As well on what i call on. They don't speak. English wasn't quite surprised. A big corporations but yeah I don't know the level of getting a job. In finland in sweden for example because sweden is swedish speaking while english. Cassandra borough woods but I would say that the the foreign no will if you wanna in it. If you're not poor grammar if in a quarter than you will most. I need to have to go through the struggle finding jobs if you're in the business side because it at the end of the day when a company started the business feeling their customer is fiennes or the company like the company The majority of customers are actually american so so that was easy but yeah i think it's a bubble that every year when we saw the resolve the happiest country in in the role. We were just laugh at it. Well i think it's very different. Yeah when you're actually living here you actually see the struggles of real life here. And that's not to say you know like their struggles everywhere. It's true but i guess you know reading that article. It's a pretty strong statement to make that. It's the happiest country and in many ways i think i guess like the social benefits and all that is is. Ns does make make life easier. That's yes yes. It's a nice base to raise the children indeed. You don't have to worry about the school you don't have to worry about the fees and even from daycare You can see how to educate the children. The pedagogy method. It's actually teaching the children to be able to speak on the online and also be respectful to children Like from it's a mutual respect from any h that Educations that. I have called compared to my home country Yes i know you've given us already a lot of advice to foreigners but is there one last piece of wisdom that you would like to share for foreigners who were struggling or thinking of moving here. Yes i would say that. Do not let anyone to tell you what you cannot do. I actually have a a really big turning in my mind. My set was actually from one. collect that she was telling me about getting a c. Level person to our events. Because at the time i was working in an events company. That's organizing business to business events. So our target people are to see level people to come to our events to be the speakers -ticipant in events. Cassie sea level as in. Sorry on c. Means like a ceo cfo. Roy i oh yeah. So it's like the top management people get to know it was a very tough in asia due to start to get the c. Level people because you should be very busy and they do not border about. They have too much invitations. So the and also like if i would be me myself back in malaysia in singapore. I would think that this is impossible. Why on uh uh a chief executive officer all achieved inflammation officer off of bang would give a damn of a person that nobody of light knee right so I was actually saying this known. He will never officially own me. I would never get him. And then and then michael takes us to sign mita. What do you mean if one team you will get him okay because he was kind of a rockstar. You know in the company. And actually i did try and a lot of persistence and dissemination. And i did get the person's and actually get it on only one even for many events of quite a few years to combo. Well it's extra entirely changed my my up all your really wanted you will get so. Don't don't give up if you really want to do something in finland you want to get a final way. You know if he's not directly in this directly to these positions what about other things that can lead students precision Years it by a mine-resistant like one year or two maybe a longer year but if you really want to live in unifier way right yeah just don't stop keep going and said don't give up. Yes because i never thought that i would work in an it company. I'm not an it person you know programming. It's not my mother thumb. So it's like nowadays i would be getting more about its audubon. It is not about developing the technologies and authorities. Job in in this evans company. I have learned lots of knowledge from discussions with office. Chief information officers technologies and trans because those usually the topics in solutions that they want to buy from the providers. And by letting that knowledge actually metoo to lend so that my next job. That is like It among company. i was already quit problem myself off course there has been lots of like. I took me about two years to get the next job. It was not easy. Yes it's a process. It takes time in investment. Yes and. I have my good friends in here. She is so far enough. She came as a student graduated in lufti. There is a business degree and she works. We work together in the same company this event company as she did like it so she save some money for a few months and she activity left to be a cleaner bica that actually They are cleaning company. You register yourself as like a sole. Proprietor like entrepreneur at than like a freelancer. Then you get the job from the company and then they will take a commissions and then you also get your part but they actually paying according to to the normal looking salary so it's not okay. Yes so she worked there for as cleaner for either remember like a year or a bit more and she really liked the company because they also have gathering the carrying about their cleaners well and she actually found the idea to help improve. The the surveys are the works in the company clearer. And she wrote to the ceo and she was hired by the company directly as a trainer and then later recruits a who paid off to sticking with. Yeah yes and and now. She's going to take a break and study master in our university. Which is the thinking has been progressing quite well because patients pay off and sometimes if you need to survive them you can pick up a joke. Prison probably observing more of what you can learn from the job that you picks up. Maybe not the movie. The scale though the hansel escaped from the itself. Maybe it's a language. Maybe there's some all this always something that you can gain from doing.

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New Cameras for 2021

The Digital Story

04:11 min | 1 year ago

New Cameras for 2021

"So in the photography industry. I think we're off to a good start at least in terms of options for new gear. You'll see that. The variety of equipment. That i talk about today is pretty wide. I mean there's a wide variety of stuff and it's funny. I'm starting at the top of the list with the most expensive. And i'll be working down the list to downright affordable and everything on the list. is interesting. There's nothing on this list that i don't like now some of that. I can afford some of it. I cannot but that doesn't mean that we can't talk about right. there's nothing we can't do a little window shopping and that's exactly what we're gonna do right now just so we know what's going on right. We know what's going on. You know that way worthy experts when people ask us well you know. What do you think of the new this say for example the leica m ten p. reporter. That's the first camera. I'm going to talk about right now. This was inspired by lancashire history in connection with press photography so the m ten p. reporters a special edition range finder camera featuring a streamlined. Body design along with a characteristic dark green paint finish now. I don't know why it was characteristic. I don't know why that word is in the description but it's their price just left it out. Don't you think. The camera also supports a highly durable scratch resistant coating in his fitted with kevlar trim for even more rugged appearance in enhanced grip now this cameras parv limited edition of only four hundred and fifty units only with like us. I look at them i go. That's a cool camera would love to have it. But it's out of my price range. This camera i look at it and all sorts of things start to happen to me. Start to have these views going back in my past when When i was a kid does a young photographer. I dreamed of traveling the world and shooting for life magazine. And i could see this like a hanging around my neck as i went from continental continent reporting. You know all the good and bad things happen in this world. This is a very durable looking camera. I i love the idea that you know the finnish extra durable that they have your kevlar for the grip. I mean all that's neat. I love the color of it. And i can just see it with that. Thirty five millimeter f to lands on there. I could do anything with that camera that it gives me that sort of feeling now. One thing i might not be able to do with the camera is pay rent or buy because it's eight thousand seven hundred and ninety five dollars and that's for the body only probably that thirty five millimeter lens cost about another three and a half grand or so but for that money. Here's what you get twenty four megapixel full frame cmos sensor so a nice full frame camera the latest leica image processor an optical viewfinder and a three inch touchscreen. Lcd iso one hundred fifty thousand five frames per second shooting built in wi fi. They redesigned the shudder in. They added a built in level gauge. Now this is a stills only camera so no video with this so you're going to have to have a video guy with you as you travel the world to document everything that's going on because no video with this particular leica and again. It has a beautiful dark green. Finish with kevlar trim. So this thing is a beauty. I would love to have it in my backpack and just pull it out and shoot whenever i wanted to look cool and get great shots as well right in great shots as well so it's available now for eight thousand seven hundred and ninety five dollars body only so if you already have like a lenses then okay makes a little bit more sense for me. I would be starting from scratch

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"finnish  " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

The Nordic Mum

08:01 min | 2 years ago

"finnish " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

"Think you're right that you have to really actually be. Takarno soon. Experience a culture as a whole but everybody who's expatriate who listens is, and they try to hold on those things there is waste ways to kind of. You know keep your culture going and particularly with children, and how important it is to, you depends on your. You know your circumstances, but for me. It's very important that they do have the language and I have told them that they will be doing the military service in Finland. That will make you a man whether you like it or not well. Italy I mean on the yeah. I mean so if my if the case is anything to go by, I moved when I was four I never spoke Finnish I grew up speak, even though when I was a kid for SPEC Swedish and Finnish fluently came to Australia English became my only language I lost all of that other language quite quickly. I grew up hearing finish. My mom was always on. The phones can finish finish friends. But I resisted resisted resisted. If your children are the same, but I didn't want to hours, you know I remember being sent to finish lessons age like fourteen fifteen, and it was just the most awful thing law. In A, but consequently I beat still trying to learn finish now in my forties. And I've I as I said to you before the call, I understand a lot of mom things finishes, but I genuinely not fluent, and although I speak Swedish because I happen to. Go to school in Sweden. I learned it again. SO Swedish is my second language. Finish I. It's still a mystery to me. but I think the aspect of what you said there is. A lot when I grew up in I grew up as a typical kid. You played ozzy rules. You played cricket. And all of those things and it. Yeah. Ice Hockey is berry abstracts. What about your military service? Because you did your military service in Finland? Well, yes, that's another funny story said I remember going to the office Telling The lady when she said you have to go to Finland. Do Army Service and she gave me brochures. The BROCHA was a picture of life in in doing military photos of people playing cool and tennis and things coup, so I brought with me a huge suitcase. was rollerblades. Tennis records everything. Turned up in the on the recruitment day in this big BQ, everybody little backpacks big suitcase. I got to the desk and the guy said. Something next an I am I am from Australia I'm here. I assumed that they knew I was from Australia that I didn't speak Finnish. I didn't know this stopping shoot that they would put me in some kind of foreign legion. Little Club. No, no, they didn't know what to do with me. they put me in a in the room. This of us go there and wait, and then this other guy turned up and. He said Hey, are you from? Australia said Yeah because weight the weight there and then he came me about this guy he goes. From Sydney. and. At least we were to ozzy guys. We Feminine Cardio. Learning from Australia doing national service. At least he was able to translate some stuff by it. Yeah you. You need to speak finishing the Finnish army. There is no. So whether that's a motivation to learn finish. Did you learn when you do the military service to learn finish well, it's interesting. Yeah, I learned that I'm. Safe Call All these times I let the commands, and then after about two I. mean honestly I mean we I remember being a lecture us. Some big general was giving a lecture military strategy whatever something and then my friend was translating in he's. Talking in my lecture and then one of the the Cat Asante people had like stand up. Say I'm so a misdemeanor. We've got a guy from, Australia. He doesn't speak finished their way just translating for him, and the look on his face is. What is a Finnish army? Coming to you know they coming I. don't even speak the language and. Off about three weeks. They realized they discovered that I. Speak Swedish and I said well. Why are you here if you speak Swedish? Why didn't you go to Swedish speaking on anything? And obviously being born in Sweden, not being Finland's fence guy. I didn't even know the people. Sweden is a three or four percents. Community whose big Swedish in Finland, so they actually sent me from the Air Force to the army and I did the training in Swedish after that. So that you enjoy the rest of it, then, no, no I never did. No Sir I'm is good for some people, but in my particular case it wasn't you know. Do my own laundry from the age of sixteen and hanging up and doing all that type of thing, I think if your Mama's boy, Andy moments done your bed for you and cooking and all that type of thing, it's good. It's a good wakeup. Demand Hoods but being single parent hippie child I had low self sufficiency. They already these. Wasn't for me plus I was never the most physically. Most physical block in the wild, sir. Yeah well. I can tell my very physical from the age of Seven. My seven year olds competed thirty kilometer bike ride today with his father, and plus the surfing, and plus we'd some running around at home, and I'm thoroughly exhausted. My husband, is he. Source of our seven-year-old was still buzzing and going so I. He's very physical so I'm thinking. It's exactly the right place for India. Depend the time, Communist. Now what's next happening for you like new now you in Sweden. Are you writing a new book by any chance? I am yeah. I mean I'm always writing about three or four books in one one. Go a little bit light yourself I find you find. The same thing is that you can work on a project when you get sick of that one can take a break and work on the other project, so you Kinda, keep keep adding to the to the pots. So yet, no, I am I am writing about forty four books of that I. Wouldn't boy with the details but Folded from books at the moment so. I find that. Yet go ahead can say like you know. I mean I've had a fulltime job a on the on the parent now over four and a half year old. You know I'm still writing and people always ask me. How do you do it? How do you? How do you find time to do it and I? I, always busy you make time even if it's hot manella every day. It's still all adds up. You know so you I tend to snatch time. I snatch time to right, but it is definitely hotter to write books with young children in the house. Possibly when when when Josephine's a teenage it'll be a little bit easier, but I've also got another project where I'm doing a lot more illustration of actually so that's something I can out 'cause writing you need you need clear space to think and beyond interrupted, but I'm doing a lot of. `lustration now so On the computer I can do that with things going on and so I'm actually doing a project. He actually Nepalese my next project. It's Have you heard of these you against all the the buildings in Helsinki. Yes, yes, yes, YEP, so I remember when I moved to Helsinki. These buildings are amazing, but try and find out about the Minoan. Knows anything about the move just there. And you look at all the all the sales brochures to come and visit in London, come and see the fish market. Come and see all that boring stuff like some. A statue, and all these things they never mentioned these you can buildings, which is just amazing. Beautiful I've started doing a project now where? I'm actually drawing the buildings in.

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"finnish  " Discussed on Resonant Restoration Podcast

Resonant Restoration Podcast

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"finnish " Discussed on Resonant Restoration Podcast

"Working task is to evaluate develop and promote the quality of ecological restoration management of natural and semi natural habitats and their impact on society. If produced a series of guidebooks available on the mets Alexis website. And I've also include them in my show notes that you can refer to so we'll be talking about wetlands in this episode so let's go a little further in depth not all wellens have conditions that allow for the accumulation of peat but bogs and Fens do so p is organic matter the dead remains of plants as deposited underwater so conditions. And it's the result of incomplete decomposition accumulation of the P. occurs because the rate of organic matter production is more than the rate of decomposition due to the soil being waterlogged so bogs received water nutrients only from atmospheric precipitation rainfall so this boggs are only found in areas with abundant rainfall fans which is another term you hear a lot received significant water nutrients from ground sources in California the Summer Dry. Climate makes impossible for bogs the form however groundwater fed fens are widespread in the mountains of the Sierra Nevada coast range in southern cascades so because fans are predominantly groundwater fed water chemistry of fen habitat is largely determined by the bedrock so Grenada Rock. It produces low. Ph waters limestone and volcanic rocks produce water with higher Ph and glaciated areas. Maybe blanketed by till and alluvial or other deposits and those all have influence on water flow paths and chemistry so peatland habitats in Finland encompassed. Both fens and bogs finished. Peatlands are putting the seven main categories based on vegetation classification so those includes spruce Myers nutrient rich spruce. Meyer's spruce birch fans rich spruce birch fans pine Myers and bogs pine fans and rich Hind fans. So we're going to be hearing from Thomas Plan so with the Metropolitan Parks Wildlife Finland and it's the state agency responsible for management of these conservation areas in Finland. And Right. Before we do that. I JUST WANNA go over a couple of logistics so soon we'll be releasing a new podcast called grasp the story of everywhere and that's all about how grass effects society culture and the world..

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"finnish  " Discussed on The DogBone Pawdcast

The DogBone Pawdcast

10:33 min | 2 years ago

"finnish " Discussed on The DogBone Pawdcast

"Today we're GonNa talk about and you can ask questions if you want. I'll answer the best I can. I do not claim to be an expert in it. But we're GONNA talk about a project got going on right now in have had some on instagram. Got Enough people. Ask me about it in enough questions. Come up about it and I'm getting start to be a little bit proud of it in. I'M GONNA explain to you that what what I mean by that. But we're talking about a Sullen up and I say Solomona because I used to call it sauna and I was corrected quickly when it went to the. Up that it's not Sauna Sauna Asana. It's a Celena in so that was background on it is. I went up to your buddies place who has a fishing camp in the up. Beautiful little place at. Up is operatives in Michigan. If you're not familiar with it it's probably one of the most beautiful places in the world. I love it my wife. Our daughter and our dogs went up there last year and we did a fishing trip and so had a great time. There's a very big Finland dish culture up there and I would say half. But a great percentage of places up there have sonos and they take sonal and I didn't realize all that went into it and so my buddies plays has one and so we got done fishing and I literally we did it. We took sonar in. I've never slept so good in my life and so the reason when I left there I my wife and I talked about it and I said we have to have one so we decided we're GONNA get US owner in instead instead of buying one because you can buy them. You can buy kits for them. There's lots of different ways to do it. We were in a barrel SONA which is like literally a big barrel. I thought that was the thing I thought. That's what like Sono was because there are a lot of them up there. There's a place there that makes cal Kiana sonal company. They make these barrels. And that's what my buddy had. We drove past their place. The places right there off the highway we drove. Pass it so inspired by this thing because it changed my life and I say that kind of jokingly but not that jokingly it was just pretty amazing experience I slept so well and I felt so refreshing. I've never felt so clean. And all this stuff so. I didn't realize I have been in SONA before and I called it a sauna and when I was in a sauna I went in this little room. It was at a hotel. He was really hot and steamy. I went in there and sat in it for a while. Got Uncomfortable and then. I left and went. I just don't get it. I don't see what what this is all about. My people are so big on it while when I was up in the up got education on it and we talked with all these people up there about it and the author. It's funny that I didn't know anything about it hadn't really done this process before but so this process that we did was okay. We're going to prepare ourselves. You start the fire. It takes a while for it to heat up. You gotta get a bucket of water you got the water and there the water's going to warm up and then you're going to go in there and you're going to get in and it's GonNa be hot and you're going to get a little uncomfortable and it you start sweating profusely but it's dry heat. I mean it's hot. I think it was like one hundred twenty degrees in their tots uncomfortable and almost starting to question it in my one buddy was like you gotta go in here and you just don't think about anything else you just you forget about everything you just sit in here in you relax. And he's talking about. What kind of meditating and stuff and I don't do that so it wasn't sure what he meant but so we go in there and we sit and super hot and you get sweating and then all of a sudden he says okay now. We're going to go outside so we go outside and we sit on this deck on these little adirondack chairs that he's got and we look up at the stars and it's the most beautiful night in the. Up and cold were steaming. You hot. I'm swimsuit you can do it. Harvey One. I was in swimsuit. But we were all wearing swimsuits. Stuff and you literally sit out in the whole. It feels cold in your body. Goes Back Down so then we went back into the Sauna for cycle to and he's explained to me this but you don't really get it until you do it so you go in for this cycle and I think that time we added water to the rocks and all of a sudden now it starts to get steamy and the temperature actually came down because there's a little thermometer temperature came down but it felt ten percent fifteen twenty percent hotter like because all of a sudden now we put this this moisture in the air. It's felt really hot like in now. The sweats really rolling. And I'm going. Wow this is starting to settle into this. I'm starting to feel less uncomfortable and awkward starting to settle into this idea of just relaxing. So we're sitting there. Were drinking water. You know like especially at break drinking water because so much so now we're in there. It's a hot steamy nece now so we stay in there until it's almost unbearable. Okay now we go outside we sit back down on these chairs and we look at these stars and we just cool off in your body kind of comes back down and then we go. Okay now. We're going back in so we go back in for the third time again. We add water to the rock execute super steamy in there this time. He brought a tub of cold water in with him like a bucket of cold water. So we're in there. We're in this. These are all like about fifteen minutes cycles. So now we're in there. We've got cold water. Were Super Hot and sweating again and we decide in this is. We're going to do this on the third cycle so he takes bar soaps bar soap in there and he. He's he's about done my buddy so he soaps up like scrubs down with bar. Soap takes cold. Water takes hot water. That's been sitting there on the stove and it's hot like super hot scalding hot. And he takes. He starts adding cold water and hot water till he gets it to the perfect temperature for him and then he starts to dump this water on him and he washes up and he gets done out he goes and I. I wasn't quite done yet. Still kind of enjoying this heat and so I was in there for a little while and then I'm like all right. I'M GONNA do that too so I washed up. I get my temperature the way I wanted. I rinse down. I go outside. I sit down and I'm just like wow. There's quitting it. Took an hour search finish. Took born our and then it went to bed and slept really good so that was my experience. I didn't realize that there was so much involved with just taking the sauna in it. What I that I went. Okay now I need to study this so I came home convinced to have one and then I went online and I started watching youtube videos and I started read. There's a book out there called the opposite of cold and it's completely a documentary on Sona and its pictures and stories and songs from across the country and across the world and so I watched this little documentary video on that and then I watched all these different videos and then I watched how to build and then I realized because I had this little thing in my mind where I'm going to have to build a barrel sonal so I started searching all barrel Saunas. I started figuring out the materials deciding whether or not I should just by one or build one all these things in my mind figuring out what the best way for me to do it was and then I realized after watching a couple of different ones because I watched all these barrel sonus. Because that's what I was in. That's what I was. That's what I thought Sony was and so then I started watching these other things in realizing it's not the building that makes the Sauna. It's not the design of that makes us on those electric ones. There's would ones they're square ones. There's two story ones. There's double decker benches. There's single low ceiling ones. There's all these different variations. There's all these pictures of these old ones that I'm looking at in like over in Europe and there they look like little trapper. Shacks the cabins. There's a big problem with burning down because they're made of wood. The reason made of wood that everyone thinks Cedar Cedar Cedar. Everybody's Cedar Saunas Heater Song. We'll Cedar Saunas really regional because over here. We have Cedar and so in the UP. Get these Cedar Saunas. And you get northern Wisconsin and northern Minnesota. There's a lot of cedar around there. You go back over to Finland in your these European countries that have them. They don't use Cedar and I always thought had to be Cedar. It's not a Finnish Sauna. What's the use would they have? So it's not. It's nowhere near as rigid in strict as I thought. And instead it's very much the concept of SONA is very similar but the actual when you get down to it some people are making them out of Masonry Would people are making model of some people have them inside their house? Some people also their house. There's just all different options in varieties so I at that point decided. Now I'm really interested in it and I want to do it myself. And so how do I WANNA do it while I like old stuff? I like old buildings I like. I like reclaiming old would so I found an old barn old barn and I bought it in? I am when I say barn. It was sixteen feet by twelve feet so it wasn't really that big. It was used for livestock so I took it down. It's kind of like a log cabin. I save as much as I could. I moved back here. Okay now. I'M GONNA use this to build a song and then I realized that's just not gonna work so easily because those low not all the logs were good. I don't think I had enough logs to do the way I build it the way I wanted to so I had all these different thoughts and I had a slab poured in my backyard because I have a hot tub and we got rid of the hot tub in the slab is what I was gonNA use. It was ten by ten so that was my footprint. That was what I needed us so I had to figure out. How am I gonNA take the helmet build? This saw out of the stuff that I have or want to get and make it an inbuilt in my mind first and then figure out how to put it to actually building construction lies and all that stuff so I sat in on it for months thinking about it. What's the best way to do it? Well I drew it out and then I drew it out again and then I read. It drew it because I realized I wasn't GonNa have enough of this and then I drove by of old shed. That was for sale. I thought maybe I should just go buy it and turn it into a sauna and all these different things and I just. I was just was reluctant.

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"finnish  " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

The Nordic Mum

10:45 min | 2 years ago

"finnish " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

"Who knows what's actually happening on? I mean I heard that we're getting shipped in containers. I would at China all you actually arrived because I looked into this because my son asked what happened to recycling Xichang so I have to go and check on it and I was shocked and I think South Australia are the only ones still to this day. Recycling five cents or whatever liverties Can which is not good enough. You know feeling to go back you put one bundle in you get a European back and so everyone makes show they do it because you do that for a year. Because you'll get you'll you'll putting back into the system it's GonNa get reused and say why of saying thanks for and and how many of those young kids I've read all these stories when they recycle those bottles and they buy a skewed or there by a horse or the save all the money and they are collecting all those things from the parks or wherever on from their neighbors festival. And you've got these kids like hundreds of years ears thousands of years going back into their Inside the incentive to doing and the system museum place whereas with here Australia with say we have recycling and we're putting them in these yellow beans in trying to do the right the thing and then ask stuff is going. A rubbish is going into a container to China. Who have now said normal taking rubbish? Recycling is so so. Why don't we have a recycling plant in field in Australia? That Properly do that. That will raise these bottles or use them. Kurt The loss off of that. I should have so it stinks. I'm upset about it and All the things that a politically clinically discussed that should be a priority. Like agree one of the major priorities if we do it. We're talking so much about global warming in the environment And trying to protect it in Bikaner Bockel so it's a Jig An ESA both There as a business idea that maybe we should start our own recycling factory and I think it should be like you know publicly bought into like you just kinda crowd funded. This recycling rent able wants to contribution Kim kind of jumping in people people that want to get that gun. What do you think in terms of what you know things that you bring back to To Australia Alia from the note. Of course it's the recycling which we discussed what he would have to You know bring something else. I would bring sauna and a Rye bread and solemn following Yucky. But that's just me. Well what you bring back in Australia. Live what they could learn or something that we can enhance it here. The education insistent that one all but yeah I always come back with them. Dry D said Pechiney machines shavings from that leave or sharyl like confidently and and quotas quotas any so they my favorite mushrooms. That I'm going back. I bring back Roy Slave and Donna via funchal while mustard. Say we won't bring back the signup be in. The Apparently discovered that there is a year very drinks importer in Sydney so I just oded cases of lung cancer which is gene gene longer. So you have one suitcase just fool of food basically when you come back and let my husband Bring in speckled Assam Yucky. Yeah well yeah I know I'm kind of like uh fetus off my stuff from the July cheap and I'm saying to my sister you know like a non. Christmas is nearly around the corner. So can you please send me something already. Because I'm lacking and it's very difficult to get here talking about Christmas. My Christmas Smith is always spent in the snowy mountains. The reason being is the only place that there is snow in Australia. Still on the top so we always go threat Bozo so we can do mountain. biking hiking Ginkgo the snow. Because it's not Christmas without the snow. So do you have any Christmas because Christmas around the corner. Let's face it. Do you have any Christmas Things that you do with your family which are kind of connected. Durra Nudity routes. I agree and Christmas doesn't really feel at Christmas anymore. Australia to me either watch Christmases and this. Christmas is the first being five years that we will be spending he. I am doing some kind of renovation downstairs and and we need to stay here for Christmas. What we will do is have our traditional Christmas faced which is seemingly in dumb some Ginkgo and and Gavilan? He and the pedal. I wish I could bring some Uzi pedal I from Quite the same here Iowa but that's we will have the traditional and I'll make some they don't allow to go. Yeah Park maybe pork and I do like wow announce lot slumps. But I. I prefer lumped a lot because over the I have to say wings have all the and actually went well for Christmases. Well mainly oldest seafood. I think that's a hybrid status. Then this Kinkel left eye back from with an Karis and soups soups and sandwiches. The Glock and that's true we put some oysters mentioned you're GonNa have some moisture. Citizens Pronouns may be some squawk and wrote scoggins heist. Yes yet we try to keep pretty scandal. Actually so it's like normally you would be somewhere in the snow or some way cold climate so this is going to be exception so yeah I've got some tone. Those is lying around so often try and make it feel Christmas Eve. Night is nice. Now where do you see yourself in five years time so you have the new products coming along as well and you have your body is business going. But where do you see yourself while you're living Australia and have the we're off balance. You know figured all living Finland's and have the workload fellas or something different to be honest it could be here could in Finland Finland but I'd be living pretty much the same lost all which I engineered from Bayton athlete. which is I have my ability? I have flexibility. I can work term anyway wherever my laptop is and that's the way I wanNA keep it so five beans time we could still be in Finland you know we could still be here but all I know. Oh is that the wherever we will have a really good time and done definitely. I think you know the the lost all down here in loan on musk. is amazing. It's beautiful it's healthy. It's natural we're connected to the forest into the ocean And you know in Finland Finland we would have a different but similar kind of approach the lakes in the forest and done kids in a finish school. No and I kind of missed in in the Finnish culture A little bit more so they will already bought to leave their. It's different and go to school there. It's you know it's a different experience for them so we want to be on that but in finding I don't know where I'm in five years time are probably still sitting here and people. Hopefully if you'd have to keep one advice for parents prince who have bilingual or who are bilingual family in terms of keeping them connected to the other half of them. The culture the language what Huckabee definitely language going so Lotta had been really amazing in making sure that he speaks only finished to the kids. It's and they will respond any finish him because of that. Language is gift and if you know another one. It's a free gift. Do you know what I mean so you should give it to you children because they they pick it up. It's not confusing them all by nine. That's a nine when dumped some really thankful that he's being really great With with the kids with keeping that that language going And you know the world eldest small I guess they stay traveled to me a real priority and family and obviously we want to get back to Finland as much as possible possible and say the grandparents and dumb and say I would say yeah. Traveling to that can to that place of connection is really important And making sure that you might get to make trips it a figure out how to do that. I guess financially not shape but We make that a priority bronze yes oppose. If you make those things priority for your life they will happen. It's only like when you don't pay attention. You know like if you try not to speak that language studio children or you don't get the culture you know part of your life. It's like reading stories and what she moving to shoot a gun is it looks. Yeah it's it's important to bring back the books and and and understand the culture. I suppose we watch movies in Finnish. netflixing foolish the kids tonight. It's just the way it is Yeah and I guess for us it small Pike is in less on stuff and more on on experiences. And when you kind of approach things in that way.

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"finnish  " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

The Nordic Mum

11:00 min | 2 years ago

"finnish " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

"I think. Sorry I don't feel like I'm the same I I oh I say this. I don't feel like I have the same drive as I did as athlete in business. I don't know why last about it and because I think I realize that we're all chasing wick life balance. I think we're wanting to find that sweet spot with happy now. Hirings will have a fitness in a hell happy financially Happy in business with feeling like giving back. That's a sweet spot when you can do all these things in when you living the lost all that you want so. Something's have to to give me a good mom. I need to sometimes second work or other things so it just kind of yet I think in life. Now I'm I feel like I'm just really well balanced in You know things certain aspects exclude Bitta Business could be better but it would mean that I could have to take away from family. Tom Oh my lifestyle which I'm not prepared and it grows slow at a slow right and I'll make that that's great and it stable and successful now your Phoenix connection where you mentioned loudly your Finnish husband and your coaches sons Cayenne Eric Tucson so as Mother's mother of two boys I kind of some does look at your cabinets can relate to that the all my God. Yeah at the spot amount of sports my son. Does it like six hours a day like I keep up. I tried to keep up. I can just a made me think endured while they've got the energy sky now before they come teenage years under hormones going. They found something completely different that they ought to do yes exactly but in terms of Finland and you spend time there and of course your husband is finished and how what is the Phoenix culture and a new lifestyle. How about in your life? Because I was reading from somewhere last night when I was preparing for this that you you know your house has lots of finish things on his because it was designed with your your husband. We have a really strong. I mean finished connection obviously lowry's finishing he's only of spy can finish to the boys they completely flint. We go back there a couple of times a year or I'm Moines Valley. Come here. I can incite Very close on to Finland end of spent a Lotta time they. I used to actually based up in in Russia many months of the Year in plus we we head there for the summer as well stay so we have spent a great deal of time in Finland which on really happy about Because it is such a beautiful and amazing coccia. Yeah it is what it is you get what you get in this false pretenses and the food is amazing. I feel finish PAYPAL US connected to to Niger's while lighter than in the summertime and he's not running Motor origing shames catching coaching Fisher. Like in. I think in Australia or any kind of big city. Where becoming a little bit disconnected that? Why yet the fiends have been able to preserve visit that part of them that cultural heritage which is which is really close in connected tonight you oddly most Experience it off had which is amazing. Right yes so we do spend a Lotta time it A house we built with the load of Phoenician influences because it is efficient united building. A house in country. That goes belies. Eighty Pity it has to be efficient whereas in Australia. People don't need to do that. So yeah it's like the Triple Claes windows or even double apple class. When those when I was asking for my bill that he's like why do you want to have them like why do you want to have dip as well? Well it preserves energy for one and it's it's cool in the summer and it's warm in the window. They just look at me. Like what are you talking about because So you don't know what you don't know yet so we made sure that we built this house we designed on everything from scratch. weeknight show that is really energy efficient. it really well with the load of Connor. Scandinavian Technologies Agency Specially the five place down the oven inside slightly jealous always likely jealous in house. Your listeners confident we have against US tell you. It's gorgeous gorgeous. Yes that connection is really strong and at some point I'd like to leave the WHO in an and probably not too far in in in the future actually so that the kids can go to school in Finland experience whether from South coast of Victoria Dannon in loan. which is a beautiful spot in connected to the in the ocean where I spend my holidays in forest in Ireland and Excited kind of makes sense for them to to go to school in in Finland in in that system as well. Yeah we're thinking about the same as well. Oh let's say I'm thinking of my British husband is more like well. I'm not moving there but yeah I would love my kids to go for like a half a year or so road Jessica reinforced finished culture on them and also the language because yes I do speak to them but it's more important to me onstage at school in here in Australia that they have the opportunity to go there and connect with the other half of them like you said is that it's only as much as you as a parent in can offer them in terms of the culture and the language in and be able to kind of at lunchtime in the winter. Put their ice hockey skates on gun. Play Ice Hockey not on the on the frozen silk. Yeah today that anywhere else. So it's it's important for them to Jihad is experiences dumb later on like Geez. They've got the choice then to decide whether they wanna live in Rene might spend some time in inland. They might spend some time in Australia or by nuts. That's fun yeah and my kids have three possible so my my husband said okay if any good in rocky Dagan they have to do like rugby. I mean Fuji in Australia. They have to do Australia. If any good in cricket they need to do and if anything else than they do Finnish passport talk to my husband like. Oh let's put them in boxes yet. They can choose yeah they can choose. Now what do you think. Australians of Phoenix having common because when I moved to Australia I had lived ten years in London and I find when I came to Australia. This felt more familiar to me than my time in England because even though I find that yes if you live in a big city people are busy and they do their work but they still have the kind of relaxed attitude in life and they are more about out life outside of work rather damn busy busy work. They tend to have more work life balance in check them. Perhaps you know the customs in England. So what is your thought is. What is the fetus Australian culture to we have anything in common or are we completely completely different? Not Anything Sir. I I mean you know and I I think that Larry Knight who come from opposite ends of the road and and when we met we spend so much in common you know we come from different coaches but I guess it's that relaxed attitude You know that that a lot of Australians as well I think Don't have as many black knight had the false pretenses as well what he sees. Okay Ryan with or at least I am we speak to myself. I think. That's the general the general consensus that Ozzy the pretty laid-back I think to send an extent And yet I think that's very similar to the in. Yeah I would have to agree like I do find it. Australia are very straightforward Sunday. Say what they think and what they mean when Inglis have this small talk it's still kind of annoys me me and my husband wants to tell me something. He's just making this small. What do you mean to like these so you? Don't you know. And sometimes it can be really frustrating to say delays. But he can stay. But yeah I I think you're right there in terms of You Know Finland and new Dick Living this meaning. Lots of talk about you. Know Sustainability on Growth Thornburgh Swedish Activist which has kind of making waves in the world of how we live our life better and be more efficient and ditching the plastic etc.. What is your thoughts in terms of? You know what here in Australia. We can do better because we we do lots of recycling but when you go to Finland you have all the recycling have like five six different pots and it yet so ingrained in what you do but in here. Yeah even like when you're a business and I had a business when I wanted to recycle something like packaging. It was really difficult or impossible. Almost yeah it's it's one of the frustrating things I guess that's when Lee spend so much time in Finland any say how well That they're recycling system in east end already NAPA thirty or forty years more ninety two which is three thousand you could guide to the supermarket. You can take one of those bottles and you know that when you put that in the machine autos GonNa get recycled seven times. Iva Asia Whereas he was still throwing them into other beans and they're getting broken and.

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"finnish  " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

The Nordic Mum

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"finnish " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

"Okay listeners I did feel slightly nervous asking this following lady to be my podcast but I shouldn't have worried at Dole now Leila is Olympic gold. Medalist she's mother. She has finished connection. And she's you know business lady like most of business ladies out there. She runs a business from home very successfully and I wanted to talk about finished connection and how she and her husband lowry. Keep that connection going even living here in Australia and of course it means lots of trips to you are the North Northern Hemisphere to Finland but also the food yes we ended up talking about the food. And if you don't know some of the words as we mentioned and you have to give and check my blog post in the Nordic Mount Dot Com because that will tell you will two words actually mean so yeah without any further. Do you checkout what to say about her finished connection. Hi I'm Susannah too neurotic. Mom I expo haughtily block the minimalistic natural way embracing the Scandinavian way. Less is more approach in life. I talk to nude woman about their journeys in how they live their lives with the new lifestyle wherever they are happy. Healthy living the Scandinavian way. This is the Nordic mom very onto Nordic mom podcast. I have the absolute pleasure interviewing the lady called Lydia last Seila who is Australian Olympic freestyle skier. She's the Olympic Weiner and she has a Phoenix connection. So thank you so much for your time women coming to speak with me on Nordic podcast. Oh It's my pleasure. Thanks for having me now tell us a little bit about your journey. Of course hugh on known for people at the skier and your Olympic medals. And all that put your also much more than that. You have an intrapersonal background on which you started while he was still doing your skiing at your also mother as well and you have a phoenix connection but just tell us about your journey a little bit. Yeah I mean it's These days it's quite a variety. It's kind of like a bag of Licorice also you know. I'm doing lots of things from day to day but it started out in sport and my lover fiction or the Olympics. Out of that as a kid I I was a gymnast for many years Wanting to go I suppose to the Olympics. MPC as a gymnast thinking I was going to be the next. You Know Nadia COMENICI. And and that's what I dreamed about that it was. I just fell in love with the movement that I the ripping I would compete against the best this in dumb. That was what I felt. Was My my purpose really. was today breath late and I love the whole process crisis of I loved the training and the competition of course but just that every single day have as micro improvements and you're getting in close To something out really Beulah dumb and just guide me so much enjoyment. So I started out gymnastics. It didn't work out. I didn't become the next now. You're you'RE GONNA be cheating but yes I stopped it at about seventeen. Had Lots of injuries in I wasn't GonNa make it in a kind of reality in to pull the PIN and And so I felt like at the time will then maybe drain is lost Not everyone gets there and it's probably not going to happen to me but I still wanted to be active. Still wanted to Netflix and looking for other sports that I could kind of participating that that went as grueling as gymnastics slows down to have that I guess that gymnastics if you missed missile little bit of time it's kind of it's gone whereas other sports are a little bit more forgiving so about the same time The Olympic winter. The institute in Australia were starting off. I guess a pilot program of had this idea of recruiting extremists and teaching them had the ski because in Australia. You don't have large amount of high numbers of And then teaching them how to become areas scales So so using acrobatic background from gymnastics teaching in had escaped and turning them into areas skits. I was a Guinea pig program. I was asked if I was interested. I had no idea about the snow. I never been like a lot of Australians We were Real Beach H. paypal. I suppose end said that whole world was really foreign to me and I didn't know anything about it. Let alone in the Winter Olympics MPC. I grew up watching sports of course and I love Winter Olympics. It just away saying so far away in foreign To me so anyway I said yell ago is not knowing what I was getting myself into and it was yet quite a steep learning curve. I I I had a great work ethic from gymnastics. I had discipline end. I had a second chance spoke. Aerial skiing was giving me a second chance to become an Olympian. which is I never thought would come around against? I jumped literally at the opportunity and said Yep all I had a guy dotted skiing Peach it up really quickly because I was naturally talented and had the balance in a Latin in the wick which then within I mean to cut a long story short with the nineteen months of competing office Olympics in Salt Lake City so I went from zero to being caught competitive straightaway. ended up making the finals at my first Olympics and finished finished so I I kinda rose up the ranks quickly next year already ranked number two in the world but and and had already one will medals and pipelines and things like that in the trajectory for me was kind of looking really up But by taking a lot of risks in risky sport that I was getting Watt injured as well quarterly on. I didn't really understand being young nineteen-year-old eighteen year old. That that my body was gonNA have to look to me full only in a school. That was quite high impact in quite dangerous and dumb. I guess when you're young you don't realize that at the time you this guy and I just wanted to hungry. I'll take big risks. I was doing tricks that was never ready full. You know and and hitting myself of constantly so it took a few years data figure that out a surprise that I didn't have to train harder had stopped kind of training.

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"finnish  " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

The Nordic Mum

11:20 min | 2 years ago

"finnish " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

"Inside the incentive to doing and the systems in place whereas with here Australia with say we have recycling. And we're putting them in these yellow beans in trying to do the right. The thing and then ask stuff is going. A rubbish is going into a container to China. Who have now said normal taking rubbish? Recycling is so so. Why don't we have a recycling plant in field in Australia? That Properly do that. That will raise these bottles or use them. Kurt The loss off of that. I should have so it stinks. I'm upset about it and All the things that a politically lyrically discussed that should be a priority. Like agree one of the major priorities if we do it. We're talking so much about global warming in the I'm Barbara and And trying to protect it in Bikaner Bockel so it's a Jig An ESA both There as a business idea that you know maybe we should start our own recycling factory and I think it should be like you know publicly bought into like you just kinda crowd funded. This recycling rent able wants to contribution Kim kind of jumping in people people that want to get that done. What do you think in terms of what you know things that you bring back to To Australia Alia from the note. Of course it's the recycling which we discussed what he would have to You know bring something else. I would bring sauna and a Rye bread and solemn following Yucky. But that's just me. Well what you bring back in Australia. Live what they could learn or something that we can enhance it here. The education insistent that one all but yeah I always come back with them. Dry D said Pechiney machines shavings from that leave or sharyl like confidently and And quarterback quotas any so they my favorite mushrooms that I'm reading back. I bring back Roy Slave and Donna via funchal while mustard. Say we won't bring back the signup be in the abrasive discovered that there is a year drinks importer in Sydney so I just oded cases of lung cancer. which is gene gene longer? So you have one suitcase just fool of food basically when you come back and let my husband Bring in speckled Assam Yucky. Well yeah I know. I'm kind of like uh fetus off my stuff from the July cheap and I'm saying to my sister you know like a non. Christmas is nearly around the corner. So can you please send me something already. Because I'm lacking and it's very difficult to get here talking about Christmas. My Christmas Smith is always spent in the snowy mountains. The reason being is the only place that there is snow in Australia. Still on the top so we always go threat Bozo so we can do mountain. biking hiking Ginkgo the snow. Because it's not Christmas without the snow. So do you have any Christmas because Christmas around the corner. Let's face it. Do you have any Christmas Things that you do with your family which are kind of connected. Durra Nudity routes. I agree and Christmas doesn't really feel at Christmas anymore. Australia to me either. Watch businesses and this. Christmas is the first being being when five years that we will be spending he. I am doing some kind of renovation downstairs and and we need to stay here for Christmas. What we will do is have our traditional Christmas faced which is seemingly in dumb some Ginkgo and and Gavilan? He and the pedal. I wish I could bring some Uzi pedal I from Quite the same here Iowa but that's we will have the traditional and I'll make some they don't allow to go. Yeah Park maybe pork and I do like wow announce lot slumps. But I. I prefer lumped a lot because over the I have to say wings have all the and actually went well for Christmas as well mainly oldest seafood. I think that's a hybrid status. And then this Kinkel left. I've action with an curries and soups soups and sandwiches the Glock and that's true. We put some oysters adventure you gotTa have some moisture. Citizens Pronouns may be some squawk and wrote scoggins heist. Yes yet we try to keep pretty scandal. Actually so it's like normally you would be somewhere in the snow or some way cold climate so this is going to be exception so yeah I've got some tone. Those is lying around so often try and make it feel Christmas Eve. Night is nice. Now where do you see yourself in five years time so you have the new products coming along as well and you have your body is business going. But where do you see yourself while you're living Australia and have the we're off balance. You know figured all living Finland's and have the workload fellas or something different to be honest it could be here could in Finland England but I'd be living pretty much the same lost all which I engineered from Bayton athlete. which is I have my ability? I have flexibility Kennewick term anyway wherever my laptop these and that's the way I wanNA keep it so five beans time we could still be in Finland all we could still be here but all I know. Oh is that the wherever we will have a really good time and done definitely. I think you know the the lost all down here in loan on musk. is amazing. It's beautiful it's healthy. It's natural we're connected to the forest into the ocean And you know in Finland Finland we would have a different but similar kind of approach with the legs in the forest and Don kids in a finish school. Well and and you know I've been kinda missed in in the Finnish culture A little bit more so they will already bought to leave their different and go to school there. It's you know it's a different experience for them so so we want to be on that but in finding I don't know where I'm in five years time are probably still sitting here and people. Hopefully if you'd have to keep one advice for parents prince who have bilingual or who are bilingual family in terms of keeping them connected to the other half of them. The Culture Language what Huckabee definitely language going so Lotta had been really amazing in making sure that he speaks only finished to the kids. It's and they will respond any finish him because of that. Language is gift and if you know another one. It's a free gift. Do you know what I mean so you should give it to you children because they they pick it up. It's not confusing for them. If that's what all by nine that's a nine when dumped some really thankful that he's being really great With with the kids with keeping that that language going And you know the world eldest small I guess they stay traveled to me a real priority and family and obviously we want to get back to Finland as much as possible possible in say the grandparents and dumb and say I would say yeah. Traveling to that can to that place of connection is really important And making sure that you might get to make trips it a figure out how to do that. I guess financially not shape but We make that a priority bronze yes oppose. If you make those things priority for your life they will happen. It's only like when you don't pay attention. You know like if you try not to speak that language studio children or you don't get the culture you know part of your life. It's like reading stories. And what she moving to shoot Ola can is it looks yeah. It's it's important to bring back the books and and understand the culture. I suppose we watch movies in Finnish. netflixing foolish the kids tonight. It's just the way it is Yeah and I guess for us it small Pike is in less on stuff and more on on experiences. And when you kind of approach things in that way you don't need to accumulate stuff you know what I mean going. You're going full experiences of meeting because the kids will remember that experience that you give them them going skiing ice skating you know lake in Finland but they won't remember that present physical thing that you gave them so they always remember it in two weeks time so yes some that got enough stuff you know and that actually need a lotta stuff to be happy. They experiences and Really important well thank you so much Ludia. It's been a pleasure speaking with you. And where cast by my listeners. Found you waken they follow. Oh your journey. I'm on instagram. Just Lydia less ALAH on facebook And Yeah that's about it too much time on social media but that they can kind of keep up on I'll share. Something's not if you think everything in moderation absolutely and we will be linked to body is on your social media handle in our Laura Poitras notes that thank you again. Thanks same out. Thank you so much for listening to sign at the notify now go and check off the Nordic Dot Com for third resources and reading and this episode shown notes and the blog post you can also sign up for my Phoenix discern search recipe book for free at the website. Pump the get you again next week for another episode of the Nordic Mom..

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"finnish  " Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"finnish " Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Although it kind of its channel by other issues at demand mostly that of immigrations naturally, and I guess Italy needs the youth through full that problem as well. Because the whole idea of redistributing migrants pres. Pies's? There is an like mostly national entity to do that. So there is no suggestion that Italy wants to follow the same course. But the reports do say that this could put at risk the the whole existence of the you as a whole that's the southern European view about from the Nordic region. Marcus zippy's also here what are the Finns make of this mayhem Mockus Phelan? This is a very loyal member of the European Union says smaller member of that block. And I think many papers trying to make sense of this. I think the whole I think was underlined all coverage in the Finnish meters massive astonishment that this is still going on. And it's not only British businesses. That are worried about the future. It's also now the Finnish chamber of commerce that is saying that the British politicians really should get their act together at least in terms of giving pieces. Some kind of an idea what's going to be happening in two or three months time some other aspects that's get emphasized in Finland. Obviously what this means for Finland Finnish businesses and Finnish people. There's one article on on. What's happened in the terms of getting medicine to Finland? Obviously in the UK. There is also some big players when it comes to pharmacy industry and medicine. So that's one one thing. One paper is writing bows, quite a few Mavis articles trying to make sense of how we've got here and what's going on. Now, this one columnist who's wondering why Britain hasn't been paying more attention to the role of Russia and Russia manipulation during the two thousand sixteen Brexit vote. We knew that there was something dodgy going on online. But why hasn't that been getting more attention? There is another paper that is trying to explain just just the British viewpoint off the European Union. I think that's something that really needs some explanation like steel v illusion of how grades and grungy are the UK's does a nation kind of like the hangover after after after the gone era as they can also some papers to trying to explain the whole British phenomenon of yellow present tabloids how how all these lies were fit to British people though, saw some of the female. There was one article that actually made. Meek equilibria today. It's business business newspaper. That's had a report from cuter distillery company. That's that's in in western Finland. It's a company producing great gin. That's not necessarily. They do have a British distribution. Coincidentally people from prison were visiting this place last night, supposedly there was no rebels trying to find some common discussion topics of to the Brexit after the Brexit fallen went vote and the CEO of the company said, that's when we all were having a glass or two of whiskey was a great moment to remind the Brits of how idiotic decision. Brexit is. Thanks, marcus. And thanks Finland for telling us what we probably already know that's Marcus hippie, Canada metal and Ben while and giving us the global perspective on Brexit..

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