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Barr Urges U.S. Companies to Resist Serving as ‘Pawns’ for China

America's First News

02:17 min | 8 months ago

Barr Urges U.S. Companies to Resist Serving as ‘Pawns’ for China

"General William Barr says the U. S has become overly reliant on Chinese goods and services. Examples, including Face masks and medical gowns and other protective equipment designed to curb the spread of Corona virus that the attorney general's also accusing hackers linked to the Chinese government of targeting American universities and companies to steal research related to vaccine development and Attorney general Bill Bars, a cautioning American business leaders that do business with China Tech GIANTS America's big tech companies have also allowed themselves to become pawns of Chinese influence over the years. Corporations such as Google Microsoft, Yahoo and Apple have shown themselves all too willing to collaborate with the CCP. For example, Apple recently removed the news APP courts from its APP store in China. After the Chinese government complained about the coverage of Hong Kong democracy protests. Apple also remove the APP for virtual private networks. Which had allowed users to circumvent The great firewall and eliminated pro democracy songs from the Chinese music store. Meanwhile, the company announced that it would be transferring some of its iCloud data. The servers in China, despite concerns that the move would give the Communist Party easier access to e mails, text messages and other user information stored in the iCloud. America's corporate leaders might not think of themselves as lobbyists. You might think, for example, that cultivating a mutually beneficial relationship is just part of Ah, Of Guangxi system of influence influential social networking necessary to do business in the PRC, but you should be alert. How you might be used and how your efforts on behalf of a foreign company or government could implicate the Foreign Agents Registration Act. Bar's address at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum, part of a full court press by the Trump administration outline what officials he is Beijing's burgeoning economic threat.

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39 injured in knife attack at Chinese school

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:30 sec | 9 months ago

39 injured in knife attack at Chinese school

"Dozens of people in China most of them children have been wounded by a school security guard with a knife the attack happened at a kindergarten in the southern Chinese province of Guangxi Chinese state media identified the attacker as a security guard at that school television reports showed children being carried by medical staff and parents at a local health clinic at least three people were critically injured including the headmaster another security guard and one student no motive is known and the guard in question has been

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"guangxi" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:34 min | 9 months ago

"guangxi" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Not available in all states or situations three people were killed when an unusual and furious storm ripped through the Philadelphia area heavy damage at Joe Rossi's apartment building in Lansdale Pennsylvania gust of wind came through and it just the whole roof ripped up and was in the middle of the street a lot of trees came down officials say power could be out in some places for several days overseas around forty people injured when a man of the school went on a rampage with a knife in China Asia correspondent Ramy Inocencio the attack happened at a kindergarten in the southern Chinese province of Guangxi Chinese state media identified the attacker as a security guard at that school television reports showed children being carried by medical staff and parents at a local health clinic no motive is known and the guard in question has been detained back here at home in the NFL players are speaking out over what two of the game's top white stars have said in light of the latest protests over racial injustice CBS is Steve Bartman these are the comments of New Orleans Saints quarterback drew Brees that have robbed many athletes the wrong way I will never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag of the United States of America freeze on young who was responding to a question about NFL players kneeling during the national anthem as a sign of protest his saints teammate Malcolm Jenkins posted an emotional response you will understand how hurtful comments are you a part of the problem and Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers says kneeling has never been about the anthem or flag time in the round of eight.

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State media report at least 39 people injured in a knife attack by a school security guard at a kindergarten in China

First Light

00:17 sec | 9 months ago

State media report at least 39 people injured in a knife attack by a school security guard at a kindergarten in China

"Chinese state media report at least thirty nine people have been injured in a knife attack on a kindergarten in southern China's Guangxi region the local government there says thirty seven students and two adults had suffered varying degrees of injury the reports say the attacker was a school security guard the motive

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"guangxi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"guangxi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"With a blind date hi setup what he called his co operative marriage website in Guangxi while he was thirty two I'm still single in China people are expected to get married soon after they reach twenty five that's a little it's a week so that I am gay it was unrealistic to find a random girl to date at that time so it was a dilemma for me whether to find a girlfriend to keep my family happy to say no to them traditionally in China families have a huge impact on people's choice of who to like and who to marry but so often the pressure can be overwhelming not just yeah I you know their worries made me anxious I even thought about giving in and doing what they wanted dating a straight lady and bringing up a baby together but I felt that was very immoral and unethical one Chinese expat to believe that's over sixteen million street twinning half married to gay men without knowing their sexuality of their husbands in the months doesn't always check on that yes this I thought he was a very brutal and selfish thing to do we don't love them but expect them to sacrifice their whole lives to solve our problems it did flashed through my mind but I quickly dismissed this option that's laying managed to find another solution it came about by coincidence well you eagle fast yeah one of my best friends told me he'd broken up with his girlfriend he hadn't known that she was a lesbian then after six months she told him my friend was really hurt but it gave me an incredible.

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"guangxi" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"guangxi" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

"The real life context was different dialect wise. Did you run into any challenges with standard versus the dialect where you were certainly did in Guay Lynn in Guangxi province in the south. They don't use the r sound and the the the words are a lot smoother and kind of blend together a little bit. So give you a given example for like for four in ten they say, so I got confused a lot between four and ten and forty and fourteen and I know that happens elsewhere in China to and also the locals there in Golan. They would flip the F and the H. So a common question is for me as a young, man. They would always ask me if I was married yet. So they would say need. If formula mayo. You know, Mary is g one so instead of saying need Chea one LA mayo or need J when Lama they would say need you when mama. So they said it with an F sound that was the local Golan, they call it. You know, Guela Noi. Is is the local language there. So, but I was focusing on learning Mandarin. But I think come in their first rate might ear kind of set it's default on Guela Noi right in the Waylon style of pronouncing Mandarin or or not really pronouncing Mandarin, but guede hall, basically, that's what my ear got settled on. But I moved around a lot. So I developed a philosophy that I should be open to any language that I'm hearing and try to learn from it, and my students used to make fun of mate because they would say just study Mandarin just said, he Putin quad says silly free to study, the local languages they thought that was funny and ridiculous in a waste of time and something only the older people speak. But I, but I became better at hearing the locals than my students, or even my Chinese girlfriend and some places because you are open to those variations you probably I'm open to it. My mind's open my ears open. So I can learn it. But they don't wanna learn it. So they don't because they've chosen decided they don't want to right. Right. Right. Right. Right. And this happens in a lot of languages. There's a lot of cultural. I didn't wanna say cultural tribalism, but there's definitely like there can be like an us them with. Oh, they talk funny 'cause they don't say it like me kind of thing. Yes. There's a stigma a social stigma. Whereas I think we have less than that. When we come into the language, and we're like, oh, that's interesting. Like, I've noticed I live very close to you Lou in Shanghai. And so I've noticed like I'm on a major street and near Panyu, and I thought oh, this is going to be so easy to get back to my new apartment. I'll just say this intersection, and these are two major streets about every other taxi driver will confuse the the place of in Panyu with an F met with enough. Now, I'm gonna mess it up with found. Yeah, they do with an F sound, which is not. It's not really a normal mistake to make. And so I'm sitting there going. Okay. It happened. Once it happened twice. The third time. I'm going to start in my really really broken Chinese start asking the taxi drivers. Hey, where are you from? 'cause I want to know what regional dialects. This is coming in with because this is just not normally like I've talked to other people about Panyu Lou. And that's not coming up is enough sound so Mike what is happening here. Whereas I think somebody who was like this is the way it said would just be like, well, they've doing it wrong. But it's so interesting to hear those differences. Yes. I've heard that some I don't know if this is true to don't quote me on this. But I've heard that when you're young sometimes, you know, your ear can get set around certain sounds, and if you hadn't heard other sounds than when you get older, it's really hard to hear them because I I've run into some students and friends in China who can't distinguish the different sounds that. I'm saying whether it be English or Chinese..

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"guangxi" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"guangxi" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

"But when I was graduating on getting ready to start teaching there, a friend suggested why don't you come to China? You can do the same thing of air. You know, you can teach over here for a couple years. There's no need for you to settle down right away. And I was thinking in a similar way I've never really gotten out before. And so I thought why don't that try that? And I I did right after graduation came to China Guay Lynn Guangxi province, and I've been here ever since relent. Join it at for listeners that aren't that familiar with Taina. Can you kind of describe where that is open for Guangxi is in the south Angolan is a very popular tourist hotspot? It's a maybe an hour and a half from a place called young Schule were a a lot of backpackers and hikers and travelers and tourists go to have that famous karst photography this. Nouns that are very finger like, and they they do the bamboo rafts down. The river is actually young show is on the back of the twenty dollar Chinese Bill. Or the twenty the twenty U N Bill, so you can see a picture of that area. It's very scenic. It's so wonderful place to go. I lived there for two years. The weather's gets pretty hot humid little bit unpredictable. But actually hope maybe in the future. I could move back there if I do settle down in China. I think that would be a great place to do it. And that was from twenty eleven to twenty thirteen I came in twenty eleven okay. Yeah. Where do you live in China? Now. Are you in right now, I live about two hours north of Guang Joe, okay? In Guangdong province kind of in the countryside. Boonies? Did you start learning Chinese in high school when you start first started being attractive to the then by learn Chinese for the first time in university? I took it for one year. I'll okay, okay. It was actually kind of it was kind of by chance that it came about. Because you know, I went to university, and I actually studied Arabic for. For year, and I really enjoyed it. And then something happened with the language requirement. They kind of messed me up, and they said, you basically have a choice you can redo the Arabic class again. You know, something with my credits was messed up this. You can do that again or you can choose a new language, and I said, well, I really loved Arabic, but I'm not going to sit through the same class for another year just to confirm my credit. So I chose Chinese at that point. So it was kind of a little bit by chance, although I was very interested in Chinese culture. I didn't expect I would be leaving the US. So I just wanted. I just chose anything. I wanted. Basically, I wasn't thinking I would ever go to China. I was kind of a false whatever they call it a false beginner of false starter. When I came to China, it was several years after I had taken that class. So I basically had to relearn the basics again got provide to ask you some questions about your first..

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"guangxi" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"guangxi" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"They haven't stumped up, and we're in con- has has gone to the IMF China loses set amount of face of this because off drool the wasn't expectation that China was going to back sound, but also as part of the IMF process, the details of existing Chinese loans on now going to come into the public domain unnecess- spec the some of those details will make van Rita. The Chinese about the details of these loans that that are about to come out. They said very loudly that these loans off of mutual benefit on the defectively, nothing to be ashamed of, but they are protesting rather loudly, Pakistan, clearly cap in hand to somebody that Pakistan needs money on it needed quite quickly. The Pakistani economy is in something of a mess. Now, if the IMF can be convinced that Pakistan, these requirements, the IMF can actually move very thought. It is awful Houston with financial crises on his quite hard to see who else is going to find that kind of money that Pakistan note extend the that there's no for the talk of Saudi Arabia hunting anymore cash. I think NBS other things that bind right now let us Finally, I don't if anybody seen this video of a group of people working as stuff in a Bank in China and suddenly quite an unwelcome and slithery visited plummets from the ceiling. It's it's, it's. Shocking thing to say, what? What tell tell us MO Jo, yes. The staff in vaunt Bank Bronx in in in Guangxi's in the fall, south of China, Hopley going about a meeting and all of a sudden a five killer python one off-beat assist drops out of the ceiling right into the group. The video is extraordinarily. I mean, naturally, everybody's Yeltsin jumps backwards sharply. Then the the thing was the next bit. They suddenly it's a snake, a python and the pipe sitting this looking as confused the people as sotos. Anyone that is from the ceiling frankly, will probably wasn't his plan for the day and the people's will start to slowly move back towards it. I mean, you people not part China know about snakes. They they will see. It's not actually famous and ill Hopley because they called in the local authorities who came along with the big state and picked it up, put in a plastic bag and gave to local wildlife center. So gets a square meal on new home. Actually the best pitches are the man was a bag, was pice in it, holding it holding a bag of shopping. The way that I would possibly hold a python John. Thank you very much indeed for joining us on twenty four..

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"guangxi" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"guangxi" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

"I pad now i'm imagining now the once you'll banning pepe pig the the ipad sales in china have to plunge and the ipad generation of kids growing up going to change so i think pepe pig ban is a short on apple no i think it's a stretch for me i can't see i mean i get the logic but there are so many other things that people watch on an ipad have you ever heard the man say often all talk to cats running to i mean they sound verse live they are they are openly severe venomous around i mean this is this is a group of people looking to change the world i'm not sure how they are in china but guys bizarre actually because say without any you know without getting hitched together my my short is also animal related and i i'm sure terrible chinese zoos so china as well he was saying china was thing with animals now a few years ago there was a fantastic story in the in the media about henan zoo and they had an exhibit which was an african lion picture this thing all over the newspapers and what the chinese zones had done was taken tibetan mastiff and shaved its hair and all the places where live with shorthand left it with its main and pasta offers a lion which which is fantastic to watch when you look at it we look at the pictures thing it looks nothing like a lion but footing for them they would they were looking to to put up people who've never seen the lime force at what really really well that was almost five years ago this week amazingly a founder story it's a few months old but there's another zoo in in guangxi in ulan which had been set up as a new place for people to go and.

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"guangxi" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"guangxi" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"That report was by andrew haunting in cape town now some people will do anything to get noticed a now a chinese man has been banned from driving after he built his own tank according to chinese media hamon cold hong in guangxi province wanted to earn a living as an online celebrity however after he posted footage of the vehicle on the road the police intervened he's been fined at his tank has been put out of action how china media analyst cary allen takes up the story what he did zia he found a disused truck in southern guangxi and uh and he spent months renovating this vehicle he changed it shape he installed a gun turrets um and a kind of novelty radar daesh under an basically made a complete replica of a tank out at this truck and he finished the project at the end of january and decided i'm going to take this out on the road i'm going to show people this tank i'll post pictures online and show people and i'll become celebrity and carry did he get the attention he wanted where you got the attention he didn't get the attention he wanted the police found out about the pictures the posted on social media and they tracked him when he went out onto we basically took the time cal onto the road and and they they arrested him they took him in they said that the vehicle wasn't safe for the road and he was a danger to both him until the people under they find him and they also took his driving lessons of him and gave him maximum points so he's not actually allowed to drive what's happened to his tank his tank has been it's been it's been called in and um and the police's said that they're going to destroy it and there there have been a few pictures today in in newspapers of um the the bottom of the lorry and it literally looks like somebody's just go saw and they've taken the top of it completely off so there's no indication to even was a tank um so all of his hard work it looks like has gone to waste now.

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"guangxi" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"guangxi" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"That report was by andrew haunting in cape town now some people will do anything to get noticed a now a chinese man has been banned from driving after he built his own tank according to chinese media hamon cold hong in guangxi province wanted to earn a living as an online celebrity however after he posted footage of the vehicle on the road the police intervened he's been fined at his tank has been put out of action how china media analyst cary allen takes up the story what he did zia he found a disused truck in southern guangxi and uh and he spent months renovating this vehicle he changed it shape he installed a gun turrets um and a kind of novelty radar daesh under an basically made a complete replica of a tank out at this truck and he finished the project at the end of january and decided i'm going to take this out on the road i'm going to show people this tank i'll post pictures online and show people and i'll become celebrity and carry did he get the attention he wanted where you got the attention he didn't get the attention he wanted the police found out about the pictures the posted on social media and they tracked him when he went out onto we basically took the time cal onto the road and and they they arrested him they took him in they said that the vehicle wasn't safe for the road and he was a danger to both him until the people under they find him and they also took his driving lessons of him and gave him maximum points so he's not actually allowed to drive what's happened to his tank his tank has been it's been it's been called in and um and the police's said that they're going to destroy it and there there have been a few pictures today in in newspapers of um the the bottom of the lorry and it literally looks like somebody's just go saw and they've taken the top of it completely off so there's no indication to even was a tank um so all of his hard work it looks like has gone to waste now.

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"guangxi" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"guangxi" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Without jennifer who we wish her good and happy and healthy recovery at some kind of a fever of bug that she gets from time to time going to get her immune system backup into par victoria cuban his here cara schilling also and a happy hello to donna lemond are virginia minnesota so all these people are listening and preparing for the holiday that's a good thing with see what else is going on as far as people are concerned tonya harding has been interviewed about nancy kerrigan the movie i tania is out and so now it's back to the story of the the future she had with nancy kerrigan and do what tanya says it she so cares about how the public perceives her she spoke candidly about her reputation and a special on abc the shows called truth and lies the disgraced olympian who is forty seven kind kinda like a wrestler upset was she was for a while the guangxi chose a boxer i'd rather antman right she said the media had me convicted of all of the wrong things doing something wrong for it even done anything i'm always the bad person sounds like there's a chip on one of those shoulders harding believes that the hardship she faces may be a test of faith in her desire to her family proud has kept her going i was one of my dad he'd be proud and now on my sons to be proud who i guess she doesn't care much about the mother if you if you if if if it's anything like how allison janney portrays her in i tanya the movie she was a battle axe yeah as well yeah right right alfret gin is set to leave the senate on the second and so what against well where it was some speculation that he wouldn't say all yeah i think you actually spacuo may i did or did that rumor now they want a dugs alternate facts now right are a calm down president trump has commuted the sentence of a kosher meat packer than a figure out what.

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"guangxi" Discussed on 1340 Big Talker

1340 Big Talker

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"guangxi" Discussed on 1340 Big Talker

"The cancer can want you did but a long day make a deal more as if you're paying attention other just well i i was a little bit amount of sideways mike i am decide the away i go on our our i didn't realize i'm just so excited every over here kowalski issue keith kulakofsky at the kansas city royals guangxi's as a very popular family it's that great family or higher wellknown cancer hillary if they're i'm doing great undo well you know when you're a royal member of the royal family you just exactly right big time i'll try has her in springfield today absolutely has gone around bissouma some sations in southern missouri this we can uh talking royals baseball here in the delaware coal while the winner meetings are they've done today or they wrap up they wrapped up today k now not not a very eventful winter meetings his too few trades and other cardinals made a trade yesterday but the jian carlos stanton trade was nnounce hers wedeman on other than that it's been pretty quiet typically for the royals is pretty quiet anyway most of the royals do comes after the winter meeting senate typically have noticed the trend with dayton in his staff is he there's a move that's made early on after season is complete or after the start of the new year as well saw i'm not too surprised that there there's not a lot of news with the rose at this point well you know i i i'm i think you mentioned before we went on the air keith a believed that they're just sitting there inter's three domino's yet the fall one name hawes more one amos dhaka's warning came in and i think that some were in those domino's once one or more those begin to fall them i think other things will take place but uh you know one thing i've i've learned about watching the dayton in the royal slow number one i love the organization i loved what they stand for but they're very strategic too and they don't do something that your heart necessarily tells you to do that they do things that makes sense for not just two thousand eighteen but two thousand nineteen.

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"guangxi" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"guangxi" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"So so first how did you find these people in this little village in china one thing about me if i do take at chinese and i'm frequently out to go to china and represent our medical society at do teaching and cases and speak at the big meetings and through these trips the people introduced me to this longevity village which is in the guangxi province of southwest china near the vietnam border where these people live these remarkably long lives and in fact that has the highest known percentage of centenarians in the world and at first i didn't quite believe of this place could it exists but after many trips took our family there are research team did genetic studies extensive research i'm convinced there's something there and that's what led to the book the longevity plant in couldn't they just be these people have good genes so foul with my initial uh that was my initial hypothesis is that look there's this little mountainous community they're cut off from the rest of china they cut off from the rest of the world they must have some superhuman jeans and they just keep inbreeding and they are able to defy the normal laws of aging and chronic diseases and all these others but what we found in our research team as we did genetic studies on all of these centenarians in you know they're they're genetic profile is no different than ours many of these centenarians have genes that would have predicted cancer cardiovascular disease early death but yet they've they've come to defy that and really it comes down to epigenetics is they're just like us we all have good genes we all have bad genes but the decisions that we make the lifestyle we live what goes on around us determines to a large extent which genes get turned on and which genes get turned off.

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"guangxi" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"guangxi" Discussed on WEEI

"And if you stay at one place you gonna be known as the penn state got so if anything goes wrong it penn state if anything goes wrong you're no longer welcome there you don't have any other people to really go to euro the other places where unless you have what are your best friend joe somewhere else and then gets a head coaching job to hire you want is they don't worry about this guy you have to go other places to kind of spread your seed and say hey look this is what i could do here is record you here uh uh uh they guy at heart but you have to leave the be able to come back but you know what when paint stayed had the job opening turno and even after bill o'brien they shied away uh bring it in guangxi no or al golden or anybody else that had ties to penn state i mean great shannon's name has come up many times when the openings occurred when paternal was fired when when bill o'brien left to go the nfl greg shadows name because he had been at penn state a total of fight against laughter on i think after two six at the time i think uh i think greg she auto was need the coach of uh tempe buchan years is that the nazis life thirteen two thousand thirteen two thousand fourteen one of the times yes near but the other time he wasn't but people believe that data want people that were tied to the program tie to joe paternal taken overhead as an adult d'alema but i i thought that we're getting were were catching the were were getting upset at the wrong people here are the people who the real authority to do something because at experience with my experience going to universities in trying to deal with anybody at that university for information besides the head coach is useless because he head coach controls it with a stranglehold because he absolutely there's the barely daily barely let the media and that's what a surprise vietnam the nfl for thirteen years and going back to college lower for the victim network and trying to get information in a big squeezing blood from a turnup you can't get any information and then try to read articles on on on schools that you're going to go to the.

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"guangxi" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"guangxi" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Leader of the centreleft social democrat to sit no options are off the table in forthcoming talks with chancellor angela merkel speaking in britain mrs merkel said instability in germany would not serve the country or europe that's absent vieira provides kashif him it they are if pity off the name that is why we are ready to start our conversation with the spd and the same way we carried out coalition talks with the spd and greens sincerely actively honestly and of course with the name of achieving success we are ready to do this same with the social democrats world news from the bbc the authorities in saddam's say their forces have arrested a powerful militia leader in the darfur region state media said most hill owl was arrested after fierce fighting near his hometown in north doubtful mr hilal who's been accused of human rights abuses by the united nations is a former ally of the sudanese president omar elbashir the founder of a large chain of german pharmacies has been given a twoyear suspended sentence and two of his children have been jailed for fence linked to the company's bankruptcy the tycoon anton leka was also fined nearly sixty five thousand dollars his son and daughter received millions of dollars in payments in the runup to the bankruptcy pictures of two chinese boys who travelled eighty kilometres in the undercarriage of a bus in such of their parents have prompted shock in the country's media boys lived in a boarding school in a village in guangxi province while their parents worked.

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"guangxi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"guangxi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is all things considered from npr news i'm stacy bannock smith countries around the world have reacted with alarm to the mounting threats and rhetoric being exchanged between the us and north korea pyongyang has threatened to launch missiles at the waters near the us territory of guam in the western pacific and yesterday president trump called the governor of guam to reassure him that us forces stand ready to protect the islands and pierce at least hugh is in guangxi joins us now hi there and we've also got npr's anthony keen on the line in beijing high anthony acc so a lease let's start with you what are things like in guam right now our our people worried there a mix of reactions hearing wa but we should say that the governor here insist the public threat level has not gone up as a result of wednesday's announcement from north korea that it was planning or considering a plan to test missiles to land in the water there's near guam so it never did threaten to attack guam the island but there has been escalating rhetoric about this guam's homeland security department shared a two page sheet with tips for residents on how to prepare and survive a nuclear strike and as a little unsettling because of the content in their are one of the warnings says that during a nuclear strike you should for example not look at the flasher fireball because aitken blinds you it also includes recommendations that taking cover and that during the attack on you should take off all your clothes and apparently that's because that most of the residue from a nuclear attack actually lands on your clothes and so if you get off all the clothes you might be safer and also that you should use a you should shampoo your hair immediately but not use conditioner wow i mean has this frightened people seeing this information being disseminated by the government it's mixed i mean some folks are concerned there's there's people that i talk to you you who for example survived world war two and say they don't want to see anything like that ever again but there there's also a sense of island cool here where people say you know they don't have a lot of control over the situation so in a what are they going to do president trump has been in touch with what message does he delivered.

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"guangxi" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"guangxi" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Wasn't safe to go outside because the the the lewis said i don't know how many of us think of china as the center of health although you're not talking about urban environments no no no not we're not pocketing at all about the big pity for china barrier remote and that's really what the village at going for it is that they were cut off from the rest of china they were cut off from the rough the the world and so they had clean water they had cleanair they had access to all these things now you call painting of court and that really the beauty of the book longevity plan and we were able to capture the people in that moment of time if they went from the old way you their new modern life and marine here point something happening half when we birthday right through the village imparted go out and meet people people are coming from our round hina and leading their home if they have the mean it can hear this village he be healed of whatever ailment they had we ran into people with incandescent in part condition han all part of a and they all wore at it coming to the flung deputy village it work here of their aim event there were many healthier round these other part the tiny where life wasn't working for them in the polluted city if and when you know the kinds of contentment we get burnt than our city with dead noise i am the um you know not being connected nature and working at a desk and all of these kinds of things that have taken at the way from dietmar more natural way of living they have found their answers on the village as well where is the village the village is in southwest china and the guangxi province for any of your listeners who may have travelled at quayle lean before which is the most beautiful part of china or maybe you in the middle of ancient come through movie where they happy beautiful car mountain lush green at really the area were talking about it about fifty mile from that the at phnom border lew did you stay in the village when you were.

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"guangxi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"guangxi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Airport restrictions still apply to nine middle eastern airports including dubai an annual review of the world's nuclear arsenals says that while the overall number of weapons is decreasing all countries possessing such arms are in the process of modernizing them the stockholm international peace research institute says russia and the united states treats still account for almost ninety three percent of all nuclear weapons both of expensive modernization programs underway as as china is upgrading its nuclear arsenal while india and pakistan are expanding their stockpiles expanding their stockpiles rather and developing their missile delivery systems floods in the southern chinese region of guangxi and hunan of killed at least fifteen people and forced the evacuation of tens of thousands more further heavy rain polls expected in the next few days a scientific study in britain says chemicals flush through the drainage system of course about twenty percent of meal freshwater fish to exhibit female characteristics researchers identified more than two hundred agents which caused this including some meals even producing eggs professor charles tyler is with universe our steve exeter with the study was carried out the effect that we in the coin the coin of exposure to treat for work and who is a real in fact wind at walk chemical who coordinated back we simply abbott main call all darrow italy so in which women but you the core but also component of the code deal oh but also there are other industrial chemical well professor charles tyler bbc news you're listening to the.

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"guangxi" Discussed on Content Marketing Italia

Content Marketing Italia

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"guangxi" Discussed on Content Marketing Italia

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