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Hong Kong Police Fire Tear Gas as Protesters Resist China’s Grip

NPR News Now

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Hong Kong Police Fire Tear Gas as Protesters Resist China’s Grip

"Hong Kong's protests are back to retail districts a ruptured and demonstrations today after China's government announced. It would introduce an anti sedition law in the territory Anna Marie Evans. Reports police used water. Cannon and teargas as hundreds of demonstrators set fires and smashed traffic lights in a fast moving protest in the district of one giant Causeway Bay on Hong Kong Island. Protesters chanted slogans such as stand with Hong Kong liberate Hong Kong and Revolution of our times and prominent activists. Tom Touchy was arrested for what police said was an unauthorized assembly last year. Hong Kong had six months of civil unrest due to a controversial extradition bill that was announced and then withdrawn by the government while the city has remained calm during the covid. Nineteen outbreak Friday's announcement. By djing of an anti sedition and anti-terrorism law is likely to result in summer of protests and violence

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"hong kong island" Discussed on AP News

AP News

14:50 min | 4 months ago

"hong kong island" Discussed on AP News

"Hong Kong police have arrested at least 14 veteran pro democracy lawmakers activists and the media tycoon on charges of joining unlawful protests last year calling for democratic reforms but I'm not so you're doing a media briefing Hong Kong police superintendent long wing ho informed that the arrested persons were 12 men and 2 women between the ages of 24 to 81 he explained that the charges concerned authorities call illegal assemblies in Hong Kong island and counter when on 3 occasions in August and October last year among those arrested was 81 year old activist and former lawmaker Martine leave a number of pro democracy lawmakers in Hong Kong what charge in February over their involvement in a mass anti government demonstration on August 31 last year I'm sorry I shockingly

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Hong Kong police arrest democracy activists, media tycoon

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 4 months ago

Hong Kong police arrest democracy activists, media tycoon

"Hong Kong police have arrested at least fourteen veteran pro democracy lawmakers activists and the media tycoon on charges of joining unlawful protests last year calling for democratic reforms but I'm not so you're doing a media briefing Hong Kong police superintendent long wing ho informed that the arrested persons were twelve men and two women between the ages of twenty four to eighty one he explained that the charges concerned authorities call illegal assemblies in Hong Kong island and counter when on three occasions in August and October last year among those arrested was eighty one year old activist and former lawmaker Martine leave a number of pro democracy lawmakers in Hong Kong what charge in February over their involvement in a mass anti government demonstration on the thirty first of August last year I'm sorry I shockingly

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Hong Kong’s Cross-Harbour Tunnel to reopen after two-week closure from protest chaos

Orlando's Morning News

00:19 sec | 9 months ago

Hong Kong’s Cross-Harbour Tunnel to reopen after two-week closure from protest chaos

"It seems as though final chapter what's been Hong Kong's latest anti running government protests started to wind down after searching the Hong Kong polytechnic campus one woman was found in weak condition a university official says it's unlikely anyone else is still there the cross harbour tunnel which links Hong Kong island of the rest of the city have been closed for two weeks it's now

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Hong Kong protesters shoot arrows at police during clashes

BBC World Service

00:22 sec | 9 months ago

Hong Kong protesters shoot arrows at police during clashes

"Pro democracy protests have paralyzed points of Hong Kong for a full successive day police having cues university students of firing arrows at them of the some activists gathered makeshift weapons and build barricades offices used tear gas to try to dispense demonstrators who broach the crucial cross harbour tunnel which links Hong Kong island to the

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"hong kong island" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 9 months ago

"hong kong island" Discussed on KQED Radio

"KQ weeding news on KQED public radio area today after some morning fog the burn off late morning mostly sunny skies warmer temperatures today sixties to near eighty inland mostly sunny around the Sacramento Valley also a bit warmer today in Sacramento it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm Noah will king good morning the relationship between protesters and police in Hong Kong seems to be deteriorating this morning police fired live ammunition at protesters they had a young man hospital authorities say he is in critical condition and there was violence over the weekend two six lawmakers were arrested and here's Julie McCarthy is in Hong Kong hi Julie hi so you've been out there in the streets today would have you seen what you see is deepened polarization and a lot of rage on the streets the residence of sci one hole which is in the north east of the Hong Kong island were furious that's where the shooting took place in crowds on both sides of this big broad Boulevard the police in the middle shouted all manner of insults at the police here they are they're yelling dismissed the police now may your family die and and murderers one woman breach the police cordon wagging her finger and began screaming at them and rather than engage with her out of no where a policeman skorts pepper spray directly into her face landing on everyone.

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"hong kong island" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:45 min | 9 months ago

"hong kong island" Discussed on KCRW

"So this is a home Haunter lining the streets here inside one poll on Hong Kong island they're wearing at the police crowds of citizens challenge the police pulling the murderers telling them to tensions between police and protesters are rising here in Hong Kong it follows the deaths last week of a young university student he died in a parking garage fall that many protesters suspect involved the police it's an allegation the police forcefully deny and you're listening to NPR news there is political uncertainty today and Bolivia president able moralis resigned last night following weeks of massive protests and a push by the military our allies had been in power for nearly fourteen years but he's been accused of election fraud stemming from the vote three weeks ago moralis said he resigned to ease violence but then he said that he is a victim of a coup and that he faces arrest space acts will attempt to launch a fleet of tiny satellites into space later this morning the satellites intended to provide high speed internet access worldwide from member station W. M. FE Brendan Byrne reports on the launch from Cape Canaveral around sixty satellites will have to ride to space on a falcon nine rocket laying the groundwork for SpaceX's internet satellite constellation called starlink the company wants to blanket the globe with thousands of these satellites to provide high speed internet access worldwide in an effort to lower the cost of rocket launches SpaceX's using a recycled nose count that launched on a mission back in April the company is also flying the falcon knights booster.

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"hong kong island" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:31 min | 11 months ago

"hong kong island" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Is there a few thousand anti government protesters took to the streets that was in the shopping district of causeway bay on Hong Kong island they were chanting slogans against the government in defiance of this new ban against using mass during protests during demonstrations police shot one person as protesters set fire to several businesses in metro stations New York City police say a bloody predawn rampage in the city's Chinatown neighborhood appears to have been random police say the suspect went on a killing spree attacking a five men in their sleep we know four of them that did not survive their injuries WCBS TV reporter Christina fan the fifth victim is in serious condition a twenty four year old man question does not been charged police say the motive for the meetings apparently has nothing to do with age or race secretary think Mike Pompeii pushing back accusing Democrats in Congress of a rationing abusing state department ploys to get documents linked to the impeachment investigation of president process what's wrong when the world doesn't focus on the things that are right the things that matter the things that impact real people's lives and instead you get caught up in some silly gotcha game on pay on Athens on the last stop of a trip to southern Europe says there are clearly politics involved in the investigation another US government officials said to be considering coming forward in the Ukraine investigation there are now reports that another intelligence official concern about the president's dealings with Ukraine is reportedly considering filing a second whistle blower complaint the reports are that this person has first hand knowledge that would back up the complaint of the initial whistle blower CBS's Ben Tracy president trump according to Bloomberg news has ordered a substantial reduction in the staff of the National Security Council cuts said to be part of a White House effort to make its foreign policy arm leaner officials in Arizona investigating an incident in which seven toddlers some as young as eighteen months wandered away from a preschool into traffic yesterday it happened in the community. of Gilbert southeast of Phoenix the kids all go to little sunshine's Playhouse and pre school during playtime the escape through an on latched gate and found their way down to the street several people pulled over to help calling nine one one and walking the kids back to the front door none of the kids were hurt the school says those teachers who were supposed to be watching the toddlers have been suspended while they investigate KPHO reporter Lindsay riser one parent says the preschool staff didn't know the kids were gone until she pounded on the lobby door screaming this is CBS news. did you.

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Food Neighbourhoods Presents Tin Hau of Hong Kong

Monocle 24: The Menu

08:04 min | 11 months ago

Food Neighbourhoods Presents Tin Hau of Hong Kong

"Today we're off to explore the neighborhood of Tin Hau in in Hong Kong which is pronounced tin like the mental and how like the question so how do I get that. The answer is pretty simple. Go to the nearest. MTO Station Asian gets on the Blue Island line and get off at either Tin Hau or Fortress Hill alternatively. If you decide to take a taxi it's a good idea to use either of those. MTO Stations Sion's as your point. That's because strictly speaking there is no such places in the area that lies between these two stations and is bordered by Victoria Park Victoria Harbor and Braemar. Hill should technically be called either Causeway Bay or North Point. The Phantom district of Tin. Hau actually gets its name from the nearby Tin Hau Temple Tin. Hau is the goddess of the scene Cantonese so these temples erected in her honour have traditionally attracted fishermen Chaman families who come to pay their respects and Ostra protection from the ocean necessarily expect Tin Hau temples usually found dumped along the coast of Hong Kong. However in this particular neck of the woods extensive land reclamation work in the early twentieth century has pushed the temple further and further away from the sea as a result? If you walk into Tin Hau Temple today the closest you find to get your feet. Wet is the Water Fountain in the courtyard. I generally quite pleasant spot with covered seating being a chance for some spiritual contemplation the puck that thought for now luke plenty of time for rest and reflection of the end of Ottawa right now. We're we're off to explore some of Tin House. Earthly Delights and we are beginning to in Fortress Hill at the station gets out exit a and crossed the busy kings road onto oil street being shooter look out for the double decker trams as they trundled past find your bearings little snippet of local history by first nipping into oil street art space. This two story great listed red brick building dating back to one thousand nine hundred eight used to be the homicide home of the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club but after the coastline moved the club set sail to new premises in the nineteen thirties and today the converted art space ace is the only surviving waterfront building from that time standing on the corner of oil streets and Wang on road spend a moment to take in the old tenement buildings well I erected on this reclaimed land now have to shed his space with several much newel unfought Shinier office towers while you were there order a coffee Alfie to go through the window at Smoko an owner operated hole in the wall cafe occupied this same pavement spot for the last four years for an extra jolt of Benji. Let yourself be tempted by the slices of Banana love that often sit on the counter with Your Cup Cake in hand continue along Wang on road turn left wbt onto folk. Yom Road and then take a right onto electric road which is one of ten house major thoroughfares runs parallel to the hopper electric road road gets his name from Old Power Station that was decommissioned in the nineteen seventies demolished and then turned into housing for the road around as it bends left an enter enter Causeway Bay market. This is a typical example of Hong Kong so-called wet markets that can be found almost every neighborhood in the city stole operators tend to wear release on feet for good reason the floors at these wet markets are usually soaking wes on account of the live fish and other seafood that are sold out two polystyrene boxes filled up with water and melting ice fresh meat is also sold alongside the seafood but in the city it comes with a word of caution in Hong Kong fresh meat means live meat not that fluffy farm-to-table marketing speak pig's trotters watches and snouts hang on hooks on one side of Causeway Bay markets while live chickens squeezed into tiny cages clock and school on the other side. Animal lovers be warned in fact the same goes for anyone with a sensitive stomach skip this part of the tour. I'm probably shut your ears for the next ten or twenty seconds at Causeway Bay market. Live poultry plucked from their cages by multitasking butcher who then ways them tags them and kills them right in front of paying in customers the chickens then handed to the chaps at the back of the store to be defended in cleaned and win the caucuses returned to the front counter the butcher slices of the feet it cuts the body into chunks and Hanover in a plastic bag for those you still listening at this point. Don't be surprised to see black skin chickens on the butcher's board causeway Tapei market. It's local delicacy and a curious sight to behold when I encountered at the bottom of a clear Chinese soup on that note it. It must be time for spot of lunch tin. Hau is home to plenty of roasted goose restaurants however something tells me that right now you a feeling like like something a little bit more healthy and wholesome so let's leave the market behind and head over to campus a Japanese Carey House on the other side of electric road campuses led by Chef Fujita Kanter and his restaurants simple approach to food can be summed up as minimal fuss minimal fat. There are no additives in the food and plenty of no meat options on the menu making a popular choice for the city's health conscious order the carry with fifteen kinds of vegetables and see if you can guess S. O. Fifteen kinds before you look to your play clean. Here's a clue to get you started the big white ones with the holes in the middle a called Lotus roots so how have we got on at campus managed to name all fifteen kinds of vegetables yet egg heads can reward themselves with a sweet treat one of Tin House many any dessert restaurants an actual fat. We all can going somewhere else for pudding is after all a popular after new tradition in Hong Kong so let's wonder under along the street to Ching Ching Desserts and have a flick through their extensive menu staple dessert ingredients include sago mango. Tofu red-bean red being put mallow star fruit condensed milk and glutinous rice spotted anything that takes your fancy adventure seats is looking for a truly local experience. This can also head around the corner to anti sweet an order their signature jury and Tofu Dessert Tuck down sing funk streets anti sweets it is easy to spot by the cartoon lady who appears to be smiling laughing on the shops yellow and red sign edge however the smelly fruit is definitely an acquired. I taste so don't expect to fall juries charms straight away fortunately for us. The final stop went off food. Too is just the ticket for cleansing pallets. The Hong Kong Island Tap House also on sink funk street is one of the best bars in the city to sample beers by a growing number of local. Oh craft brews these include young master. Yardley brothers black-eyed Kylo and Moon Zen at first you may well feel spoke for choice but with almost forty types of beer on tap so why not order the tap house be a flight to begin with six is one hundred sixty eight Hong Kong dollars offer that we definitely recommend you try Yadi brothers Hong Kong busted an award-winning Ikea that is brewed with sweet melon apricot and licorice alongside those strong flavors it also pack strong punch at seven point two percent. AB feeding suit refreshed leave the tap house and find your way back to electric road from that continue heading West Towards Tin Hau MTA station. It's one straight road and the entrance is directly in front of you before before heading back into central nip around the Corner Tin Hau temple road take a seat in a tin. Hau Temple Garden and try to remember where this whole story began

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"hong kong island" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:38 min | 11 months ago

"hong kong island" Discussed on KCBS All News

"T. of murder a Dallas jury found former Dallas police officer amber Geiger guilty of murder for the shooting death of her neighbor Botham gene in his apartment which she thought was her own CBS's Omar via franca is at the court room defense was basically saying it's a confusing looking apartment complexes it was reasonable they were saying for ever got her to go to the wrong apartment complex but the prosecution was putting up a big fight saying not really she's a police officer she's supposed to be observant there was a red carpet that was on the ground in front of his particular unit that she should have seen she should have been paying attention when opening the door ultimately the jury sided with the prosecution and now the big question is how long will her sentence be the sentencing phase of the trial is now under way Geiger faces up to ninety nine years in prison we will have the very latest on the sentencing in reaction to the verdict on tonight's CBS evening news Democrats leading the house impeachment inquiry against president trump are accusing secretary state Mike Pompeii of stonewalling the investigation correspondent bill right break off the chairs of the house foreign affairs intelligence and oversight committee say that Pompey was intimidating witnesses and the impeachment inquiry they say that's a legal and it constitutes evidence of obstruction they also say that if Pompey's listening in on the phone call between president trump and Ukraine president so let's keep that prompted the whistle blower complaint he's also a witness to the inquiry earlier today Pompeii objected to the committee's efforts to obtain depositions from five current and former state department officials as part of that inquiry the Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill violent clashes between police and protesters in Hong Kong marked the seventieth anniversary of communist rule in China there's fear of more violence after cameras caught a Hong Kong police officer shooting an eighteen year old protester in the chest leaving him in critical condition course on a rainy Inocencio is in Hong Kong the protest that we saw were pretty much the worst that we've ever seen ever since these protests began in the past. eighteen weeks basically they spread across several districts both here in Hong Kong island as well as across Victoria harbour a federal judge has ruled that Harvard University does not discriminate against Asian Americans in its admissions process in a lawsuit that reignited a national debate over affirmative action U. S. district judge Alison burrows said in her decision that Harvard's admissions process is not perfect but it does pass constitutional muster and a negative report on manufacturing sent the market into the red on Wall Street the Dow dropped three hundred and forty three points this is CBS news. did you know you.

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Hong Kong protesters form human chains across city

Too Much Truth With Derrick Boazman

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Hong Kong protesters form human chains across city

"In an effort to prove that peaceful demonstrations work Hong Kong residents joined hands to form human chains across large parts of the city the groups gathered along three routes in heavily populated areas of Hong Kong island Kowloon and the new territories spending a total of thirty miles they sang songs and chanted with many holding up cell phones to light up the lines of protesters protester leak in said quote even though I support fighting violently against the Chinese Communist Party if we can demonstrate peacefully we can get more support from the rest of the

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"hong kong island" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"hong kong island" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Commerce if you like it's traditional rollers instead of trading between east and west but certainly i think building up to the protests this weekend walleyes are going to be on on what china how china is going to respond. There have been rumors now reports. I think president trump indeed tweeted outs. It's one of those reports that there's been a military troop build up in shenzhen just on the side of the course has it's something like ten thousand soldiers stationed on hong kong island government can call them in to keep the peace but i think the sense on the ground there is that it's really an intimidation intimidation tactic at this point trying to convince the protests is to deescalate get some sort of pro democracy as a rather the more moderate leaders to come and try and negotiate a way out of this and so it's sort of an uneasy tension i think at that moment so rich i wanna pick you up on what you were saying about the deal that britain did with hong kong because i've been looking and waiting for comments to come out of ten downing street and boris johnson condemning coming what's happening in hong kong. I've just been going through the feeds at the moment and i still not seeing forceful words come out of downing street and to some extent it seems that these hong kong protests this encapsulate this moment that we're in where china seems to wield an awful lot of power and you've got these two anglo-saxon countries which traditionally might have expected to stand up to beijing aging both in a position because of wanting to have some kind of trade deal in the u._k. Because of its brexit position and in the u._s. because donald trump wants this trade negotiation with china and therefore reluctant to stand up and say something firmly about what's happening in concord can send a warning signal to beijing no you're right and we've come a the depressingly long ways from when the anglo american alliance created the foundations of the post world war two liberal world order and stood up for principles and democracy the rule of law and we have both countries now the leadership of both countries taking a pass..

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"hong kong island" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"hong kong island" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Track pedigree well and in fact now you say this in our friend Marshall <hes> sterling <hes> he's just updated everybody in the last half hour now. They're actually tracking storms that that might even come earlier than anticipated so <hes> all right so be it all right. We'll deal with Dick. What are you going to do all right? Let me get. Let's get our final one last thing probably circle back to Saratoga with you some overall <hes> themes and things you like to watch <hes> particularly early in a meat but before we do that the last conversation about Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Jockey Club season which is drawing to a close talk on Sunday they take a two-month break <hes> to get away from the the worst of the heat and humidity in Hong Kong Island and <hes>. It's been a terrific Eden and they've had a what I can see pretty good weather. I mean they've had a couple of them rainy days but not not that fad so <hes> the betting been strong thing announced a major person creases for the entire meatless next year not just for major sacred raising. The first is for the four international group ones in December and then they raised everything down so that their bottom level horses <hes> on Griffin. I'm not sure why that figure that out but they're running for six six hundred ninety thousand Hong Kong dollars. That's a hundred thousand U._S.. And these horses that maybe would be you know made in twenty years so that persons are going up and up that based on a terrific me this year so now we got one card hard must on Sunday and we have some real drama coming out some eleven races Shelton. They're all on the turf and we have two issues that curtain who's been dominating the writers race but now he's approach and John Laura's a hundred seventy wind record seems he at six one day he followed that up with size yesterday at two of the nine at Happy Valley so Zach now has a hundred sixty six winners with eleven races to go he has mounts and sort of sector four thinkings in every way so all but one and <hes> the guy standing in his way hey I mean he has to riding title. No one else's even above ninety as writing part of seal but Joe Moreira who has a record of one seventy he could have a big day because he has a boatload alive mounts and if he has a big day that doesn't touches records so that'll be that'll be a lot of fun on closing day because.

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"hong kong island" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"hong kong island" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Kaga police superintendent, Eddie Johnson remains hospitalized after a blood clot is found in a lung more protests are being held in Hong Kong over controversial extradition, Ville, and Chicago woman, thanks firefighters who helped deliver her baby WBZ sports. The Cavs beat the dodgers two to one. It's the Yankees over the socks eight to four the Lakers trade for Anthony Davis, and Gary woodland leads at the US open. Dense fog advisory in effect until ten this morning for areas near the lake. We will eventually see the sun, but also some showers and a high near. Or seventy except about sixty five at the lakefront and warmer seventy-five of the western suburbs. So maybe not such a bad Father's Day after all, and then for tomorrow, sunny breaks, and a high again, near seventy fifty five at the lake at four thirty one CBS news update. In Hong Kong today, a day after an extradition Bill was suspended, tens of thousands of protesters are demanding the city's leaders step down surrounded in fee of black. Everyone ear has been call on where the color black. It's a show of anger of defiant against the Hong Kong government CBS's remain in Asensio lowly ever. So slowly making our way from Victoria Park, which is a. City's biggest public park you're on Hong Kong island, and it's about a little over two miles of a walk from Victoria, Park to the legislative offices to the central government offices, where everyone is expected to congregate to continue chanting to continue to demand. The government retracted, the extradition Bill suspension of Advil is one of the most significant political turnarounds by the government since Britain returned the territory to China twenty two years ago. CBS news update. I'm Gary Nunn. WBZ news time four thirty two. Chicago police superintendent, Eddie Johnson is supposedly still hospitalized at rush University Medical Center, where he's being treated for a blood clot in one of his lungs. It's been almost two years since Johnson received a kidney from his son, but that is evidently, not what led to this recent medical scared Johnson was supposedly, at the hospital Friday for a follow-up, physical stress test when doctors noticed the small blood clot, and one of his lungs. WBZ Steve Miller, talk with a physician about blood clots, otherwise, known as pulmonary embolisms when they're small most people are really symptomatic, Dr Christine Argenta is a pulmonologist at northwestern. They would probably be found just like he was on some form of exam that done for some other reason, Dr Argenta, of course, is not treating superintendent Johnson, who is at rush. She says blood clots in a lung typically start in the legs and then move up to the lawn things like shortness of breath. Some chest pain, they can cause tack Accardi or an increase in your heart rate jar. Gento says being a kidney recipient is not necessarily a risk factor for a blood clot. She says immobility is one risk factor. Steve Miller, NewsRadio one oh five point nine FM customers at target stores in the Chicago area and nationwide and trouble checking out for a while yesterday. Because the register. Tres redound for a brief period of time here at the target of thirty third and Damon, Carol more arrived as the checkout lines growing longer came in. They, they really headlines alway almost down to the back of the. Because they, they said they're global system was down. But by the time she was done shopping, about an hour and a half later. The lines were gone. The registers were working again. And the customers we spoke with told us, they had no trouble checking out at thirty thousand Damon, Jim goodest NewsRadio one oh. Five point nine FM. AM news. Time for thirty four Chicago woman, dropped dwelt firehouse in the river west neighborhood Friday, nine to thank firefighters there who earlier in the week at helped to deliver her baby Vanessa via said she was being driven to the hospital by a friend when she knew they were not going to make it. So they pull over in front of the fire house on Chicago avenue and fire captain Barbara OC took charge. Exciting. Almost not sure what to expect. And definitely being on the other side of things this time it was very exciting to see the baby's head and and move around, and there's it's, it's such a miracle. The mob, dropped by the station with little Julian her new son to say, thanks, she said, if not for the firefighter, she doesn't know what would have happened. We have to go back and say, thank you. The delivery took just about five minutes might Crausser NewsRadio one point nine FM. Hey, central Illinois women who admitted his seriously, injuring a five month old boy at her home daycare business has been sentenced to three and a half years in prison. Fifty-nine-year-old Debbie may have champagne entered, what is called in Elfriede plead to aggravated battery. That's a play that allows criminal defendants to maintain their innocence, while acknowledging that there was enough evidence to persuade a jury to find them. Guilty may was carrying four Rohan caning November of two thousand fourteen when according to thirties, her violent shaking or striking of the infant left him with a host of physical problems among them cerebral palsy, infantile spasms, and an inability to speak more than a few words at a time, WBZ news. Time for thirty six and arrest has been made in the murder of a former state Senator in Arkansas. Forty eight year old Rebecca Leno dot. Has been charged in the death of fifty seven year old Linda college. The body of Collins, former Arkansas state Senator was found outside her home June fourth. Randolph county, Arkansas sheriff, Kevin bell and over other way released this town until we are confident that it will not compromise the integrity of the criminal investigation. The suspect is said to be a friend and former campaign worker of Collins, who lived a couple of hours northeast of the state capital of Little Rock. Jim,.

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"hong kong island" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"hong kong island" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

"Now Hongkongers are out in the streets again this time protesting and extradition. Bill that could send law breakers to prison in mainland China, the demonstrators say the legislation could help cement, communist party of thority in Hong Kong, scores of people have been injured as riot. Police have fired tear gas and rubber bullets into the crowd. Everyone was a target, including us. Already the smoke in the tear gas is making its way here. This latest movement in Hong Kong have a chance of succeeding. And what does it say about the current strength of the Chinese communist party here to help us answer that another question is Frank Langfitt? He's a correspondent for NPR. He's written a book about his experiences in China called the Shanghai free taxi journeys with the hustlers and rebels of the new China. Frank. Thank you for joining us happy to be here, sir. So as you like the rest of the world has been watching Hong Kong is undergoing, a wave of major protests, which will get to a little bit later in our conversation. But I'm gonna go back a little bit. Sure. Because you are on the ground in Hong Kong in nineteen Ninety-seven with Hanover. Let's talk about how Hong was a colony to begin with. Well, it's, you know, the history of the city is completely different than the history of any other city in China. I mean, obviously there were neocolonial cities like Shanghai, which retreated ports, but Hong Kong was indeed colony. And so from the, you know, from eighteen forty eighteen forty two on it had a completely different system. And it was also incredibly successful one, you had British rule of law. You didn't have democracy, but it was a much more open and Cozma politics plays. It was a watching post for China, and it was also kind of a mix of east and west, an in many good ways, or a lot of. Sort of the protections of western society. But obviously a very rich Chinese culture, right there on the South China Sea. So a very different city than you would find anywhere else in China, and I think we're seeing those differences, really most acutely right now, and we should eat onto that Hong Kong is a major port. Obviously now how did that have an impact on its culture? I think it's much more cosmopolitan, you gotta remember up until seventy nine the opening, particularly with the United States, China early during the Mau was in was just incredibly close. So, for instance, I lived in Shanghai and my kids went to Shanghai American school. That's a school with over one hundred years of history. But there's a long period of time when it wasn't even open. It was closed, because under Mao there just was almost no accessed from the west, and particularly for Americans, Hong Kong was always sort of this Cozma politician hub just right up against the mainland. And then, of course, Hong Kong island, which is just off the mainland. Nineteen Ninety-seven here there on the ground in the run-up to, and then the actual night of the handover..

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"hong kong island" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"hong kong island" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Well, it begins really in Hong Kong and it begins with what became known as the umbrella movement, which was started off being called occupy central and that was the beginnings of popular resistance to what did indeed turned out to be creeping Chinese control of Hong Kong. So the fight was over whether the electorate in the forthcoming lection 's would be widened because Hong Kong has been managed democracy in with a lot of pressure for people's vote. And this was really Hong Kong saying to Beijing. You know, the agreement is one party to systems, and you are beginning to increase your system. This was a very young movement. It had altered supposing and keep the launch part of central district on Hong Kong island. He umbrellas came up because it was in the summer, and it rains in the summer. Also because it was said that umbrellas became popular because they offered some defense against tear gas which began to be used against the demonstrators in my experience number isn't much defense against the gas. But I think by then the umbrella and the images of colorful umbrellas and just come to symbolize movement, and they proved a really powerful symbol Xi Jinping came into it was that he happened to make a visit to Han in who bay in July twenty thirteen it was a rainy day and in his kind of man of the people image. He rolled up his trousers, and we're seen in shirtsleeves with an umbrella. And this was she gene pin were number of episodes in which she Jinping promoted this man of the people image. There was a famous case of him going ordinary, very kind of popular restaurant and ordering a soup and some dumplings and this became a kind of nationwide. Frenzy of people eating soup and dumplings. Because look, you know, the president is just like us. So the image that he presented which really looked to bit like, a cultural revolution, Maui image. It was off the popular we are down among the peasants. We are just say as you kind of leader promotion happened to be taken up by the umbrella protests in Hong Kong and they began to Photoshop Xi Jinping with not black umbrellas but yellow umbrellas which had become the Hong Kong color, and then began to Photoshop him into images of the protest, and this became a huge internet sensation not just in Hong Kong. But also in China..

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"hong kong island" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"hong kong island" Discussed on KTRH

"Google play KTAR H and iheartradio. And welcome back to coast to coast. Let me review a little bit. Our guest is H, Richard. Austin Richards book is called the coming of Armageddon. History's longest day. We're going to be talking about the tie in with Fatima tapping back in nineteen seventeen. And he's been telling us about his friend Lawrence. Who was a spy who is assigned to China, and Richard you were telling us about your last meeting with your friend. Tell us what happened. And could I make just a small little correction? It's history's longest night at day. Okay. So just all day night. And what's the difference? Right. Well, you've got a point there. At any rate. We were at TJ Clark's. And I'm looking at my dear friend, Lawrence and. He has used the word horror. And I realized why he was going to go back to China. He wanted to make a difference. He was trying to get something important about their military. And I had told him I thought China would eventually initiate a war. And he agreed with me. He didn't dispute it at all. And apparently, he was after some sort of important, doc document, and I just thought that was practically suicide. But he wanted to do something about the suffering as the Chinese people and the danger that he felt China represented the rest of the world, and let me ask you was was Lawrence of Asian descent. I wanna to know how he fit in. Well, there's a lot of Americans over there. Okay, businessmen teachers. All right. So we kind of like filtered in that way. Yes. He spoke fluent Chinese Mandarin because his father was an international businessman, right? And so he grew up there part of his youth was spent there and Hong Kong, so he sits perfectly. Well at any rate he used that term. And then this is the last thing that he said to me. Lilly. I mentioned to you. She has that beautiful apartment on the heights of Hong Kong island. And he told me that if you could pack. It's not only it's hard. But on the other side, you could almost see a hundred miles out over the Deel and the buildings are just back deficit. Yes. And at night. Describe to me party at lily gave on her terrorists. And overlooked Hong Kong.

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"hong kong island" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"hong kong island" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"Yeah. Yeah. Well, you know, it was a British colony for a while. So that's true. Yeah. Hong Kong island, right or no. Yes. So has the same. There's there's different parts. There's there's like Hong Kong island. There's mccowan stuff which is which if he go far enough in is connected to the mainland. But not really what most people considered Hong Kong. So, but it doesn't have the same problem of San Francisco where it's there's no no place to expand. This is if everything's built up. Yeah. Vertically so everything's just gigantic apartment towers and stuff. What kind of place that you started Hong Kong? I mean, we stayed at a hotel in on Hong Kong island in this area called Wanchai. It's like the middle of everything kind of, you know, like a super high rise until that kind of place. Yeah. I think I can't remember what floor we're on. But yeah, it was pretty high. Yeah. I know it's it's a good place to visit if you can go and like if you're on if you're on the island part. It's it's a little more. Wealthy and a lot more people can get by an English lot easier there, if you go to lake Calhoun, it's less so, but but still does it remind you of the American city, or is it kind of thing it's kind of its own thing. I mean, the closest American city me would be New York just because it's so huge. And there's like a million things to do. And you know, Ron's on. Every corner. It's it's not like American cities where there's like like in New York. There's chinatown. There's no section of Hong Kong would be considered people from another country. It's no not really. Yeah. It's all I mean, there is there are like I said that that area in central where where the rich people are that's kind of like the ex Pat area. It's along more English stuff over there. And there's also this area called Stanley beach where you can go, and it's basically all like retired British people too. But yeah, no, there's no like Korea town or anything there. Let's pretty have you ever gone Austrailia now because the flights are insane. Even like even to go someplace nearby keep going it's too expensive. I think so. Yeah, we haven't really looked like maybe going to Japan, I or something maybe that would work out, but have you gone Japan. No. I think that's gonna be next. Asia, right. No, I've been to I've never even been to mainland Europe. I've been to Ireland England, and that's it. Yeah. I think he would like it. If you get a Bangkok, I guess go between December and February. That's what they say. That's when it's the best time to go. Yeah. We did get hot really the money Buddhist in a Buddhist temple. No they for me. They just took a pack of cigarettes and from day Tucker glasses sunglasses. So we were we were lucky. They didn't get our wallets or anything, did you know, right away. Or is it something you check later in? They're going be check. We check later. They that's crazy. There were like signs up all over beware of pickpockets. So they're that good. Or is it just like people are up like so close to each other. You would never know there were a ton of people in there. But I think they're also really good. They they warned about it all over there like gangs of pickpockets. That's I mean, that's awful. But also pretty awesome. Yeah. I think I don't know. I I do it Meyer people who put the effort into learning trade. Yeah. Man. I just couldn't fucking believe. How hot it was there? But yeah, that's that's my adventure. So it was fun overall. It's good you're gone for like a month. I know. What if what have you been up to in that time? Nothing that can compare to that. So forget it you seen some shows and stuff, right? I guess I did. I Courtney Burnett might have been might happen when you're gone. I think that was fun. And I saw Mr. sitter live, which was really fun. And I saw what's the name. I can't remember the name of the bay. It's someone you know. There's a doubt have melodic voices. The most the songs they sing together. Ropel girl Paulius group, which is awesome..

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"hong kong island" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"hong kong island" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"There's only two seasons. I don't know if they're going to get a third. I hope I hope they do because it is really so sweet. And you leave it feeling like this was funny. And I really like these two guys 'cause they have the fund chip. Chip. And they're sweet I'm so I highly recommend it. All right. If it ever comes on any streaming platform. I will be all over it. One day one day because I refused illegally watch shit. So what do you got? I'm going to recommend the in the to the season sell recommend haunting of hill. House is really really good. Is that the lifetime movie version that just came out or is there? It's a Netflix. It's a Netflix series. It's ten episodes. It's oh, it's wonderful. It's it's scary. It's really it's like, it's sad. And it's everyone should watch. It. All right. I've watched three episodes. I feel like did you watch sharp objects either? No, God, it was horrible. I couldn't get past the second up like hunting of hill. House has the same problem. Where like, I don't know what that was like, eight episodes. Sharp objects could have been four. Yeah. Move right along. But so far hunting villa health? Feels the same way to me. Thanks for crapping over my recommendation. But I haven't finished. I'll I'll watch it all goose crab. Bury's? They're yummy. They they are yummy. I mean. Berries shit. I gotta come up with a goyim said just Queen. Oh, yes. Clean cheese. That's the way straight girl say it. Straight girls made it up. So I don't know what you're talking about. Oh, right straight girls. White girls. It is the source of their right? I will recommend milk and cheese. Have you ever been? Strip back. Yeah. Well, no, no. It was like what late eighties through nineties. But they put it out the the entire thing in trade, paperback form somewhat instantly, you read it I am in the process of reading it. Yeah. They're really angry. Hateful. Yeah. Area products. I'm all for it. Oh, okay. I couldn't I there's nothing else. Are they made with new bug milk? No, it's not nobody Milkin nil. Bug cheese. Thankfully, or maybe t bad, but. How do you say troll backwards? Lorde? Lord, Lord, Lord. There's our does our next movie. All right right to the puck Gamula de meal. Pat leykis. Facebook rate is very very highly on itunes and rate any kind of review like if it's crappy and most importantly, tell your friends to listen and. That LPN. I'll be going on vacation soon. So probably I don't know. We haven't been that consistently. Anyway, I blamed Pat for all of that. Oh. Is it his potato allergy? It is it's his specifically. French fry allergy? Like potatoes au gratin. All. Any food is the Rams with rotten is not worth eating. Yeah. But we still do have are our fall. Brag John's going on vacation. Where's he going to you know? Hong kong. What you got nothing to say that do you? Yeah. I was in Hong Kong just a year ago. Yeah. But you're on. You're probably loon to the ghetto parted win over there. But I was on the other side you were in Hong Kong island. Yeah. I love. I love Hong Kong. It's great. I love it's better than San Francisco. Oh, yeah. It's also pricier than San Francisco. So there it is giant apes really lived there. Hell you're talking about. Confusing Hong Kong with Japan. It's a giant lizard. So. Right about a giant ape? He went from Hong Kong and came to New York and climate Empire Strikes. Building strikes back building. I think he was royalty your thinking of that one where he pitched for the baseball team with Julie from friends saying hat's mixing up all his movies instant checks in. Anyway, that's an interesting funnier. Until next time. Goodbye everybody..

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"hong kong island" Discussed on Rose Buddies

Rose Buddies

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"hong kong island" Discussed on Rose Buddies

"No, I understand what you're although it does make the cities that are very like. I don't know. I, I don't wanna trash on any cities because I travel a fuck Thanh and yeah, play a lot of shows a cross country. I am very Jon Bon Jovi ask and I don't have like, I've always thought that about you baby. I don't have bad city experiences, but I do have cities that like I fly into and you do kind of get that perspective as you are landing and you sort of break the cloud cover recently. It was Phoenix landing in Phoenix like, oh, fuck, like they're like in the mount. That's like a mountain right there. That's why appreciate a good mountain. Yeah. I mean, there are cities Seattle, I feel the same. We're going to see at all here in a couple of weeks and I love I love going to Seattle kind of for this very reason because it's like geographically really fucking interesting and also has a distinctive distinctive look. I think I just think that because I feel like I know a little bit more about that city than than most, but that's. Because I went up the space needle. So I went up there and I watched think the black-eyed peas play a show at the stage that is kind of under it for some TV show, maybe Oprah. I am tripping balls right now. There's no way strange from things together, but it doesn't just have to be a tower right in Hong Kong. There is Victoria peak which is mountain sort of on the western edge of Hong Kong island, which is sort of the southern portion of Hong Kong. And that was really cool because it's kind of right on the edge of everything. It's not in the middle of the city. It's like right on the outskirts of it, but it's so high up that you can see everything. And when you are in such a like an environment that you are so unfamiliar with like that is a really, really cool experience of just sort of getting the getting the groundwork laid out for you ferris wheel to like getting getting a ferris wheel viewpoint of either, you know, a city where it's a permanent fixture or of the carnival that you're a ten. Ending is is neat. Giving that viewpoint. Also ferris wheels, just like do a lot. I feel like for a city skyline. You really selling me on this Griffin? I, yeah, I l like I know it's very basic, like going up going up the go of the space needle. I feel like sounds vary like I'm endorsing sort of this touristy behavior, but I think there's some, there's some. I have. Having travel as much as I have. I feel like there are certain, like touristy things that are like, there's a reason everybody does it, and there's a reason everybody should do it is because it's a, it's a genuinely sort of cool and. Like valuable experienced, hey, hey, hey, listeners get up high in your own town. Get upon your own town. Go go up, tall building, been to before living in the I lived in the West Virginia building, which is the tallest building in Huntington, and I lived way up there. That was fucking cool because I was time I've lived in for twenty two years, and I saw like new perspectives of it, hey, guys, deal you away. Hey, can I steal you away. Boop boop boop. All right, yeah, yeah, that would have been better in our Disney episode. Yeah. And even just go back and edit that in. Yes, so I'll I'll take the one from that episode and put it in here. Hey, good. Awesome. Hey, our first sponsor this week is Blair and Blair and is so very good, and they're called blue apron. And I like them enough that I'll go ahead and.

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"hong kong island" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"hong kong island" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That's a Bloomberg business flash. Tom, john. Karen, thanks so much right now. Let's go to Hong Kong we talked trade within the current. But far more importantly, and we need to get a hurricane update. So much of our global Wall Street audience has friends family business associates in Hong Kong. What does the state of the central district the financial district and Hong in general? We're good morning. Tom. It's certainly getting back to where it was. But it takes some time. We had a significant hit from the typhoon around central Hong Kong. You can see windows blown out of some of the big skyscrapers. There are roads closed due to fallen trees and then falling scuffling and debris in the like uncertainty than outside of just off Hong Kong island where a lot of a bankers next month with live certainly significant disruption with a frame boats washed away and trees fallen and and and very heavy debris blocking roads and stuff. So let's say that although Hong Kong clearly manage to more or less shaved the storm so to speak. It wasn't into either storm. It certainly has taken a reasonable on taking some time to get back to normal the Chinese equity markets second reasonable hit for the last year or so and how important was breaking down through that two thousand sixteen low like we did today. I think it's just reminded her negative sentiment is more or less on China at the moment economy's doing okay. It certainly doesn't seem to be heading towards any controversy. It's hard landing but the headwinds are at their domestically. They have this deal ever, gene campaign to want to get a grip on the level of debt in in the country. And of course, expertly than their facing into this. The unknowns of this trade war with the US. So I think that there is a bit of negative sentiment in China, both internally and externally, and that's why the stock market's headed to wait is maybe on Monday here, we can take a pause in just ask of the state of Hong Kong right now, all this trade uproar, the tit for tat the next next. What what is the mood in Hong Kong right now. It's a mirror think of some uncertainty, Tom because as you well know it squeezed right on the one hand Hong Kong is leveraging China's growth rate over recent years and decades that of course, is boosted China's own Portland boosted. China's a financial gateway in brusett, Hong Kong is essential gator in China dinner. And of course, it's still very much connected to the global economy, and it's very much connected to the US interest rate cycle thoughts. Freezing squeeze from China's economy in one hundred squeezed from. Of course, Hong Kong itself was changing as it grows ever gonna integrated into into China's political system too. So I think there's a sense of uncertainty and change near and within your reporting, Tim copen and Taiwan and the rest of our Bloomberg technology team one of the great backstories here, particularly with the new iphones. Coming out is the president could surgically go after apple and work in change and disrupt their manufacturing processes in and around in Hong Kong is that a valid worry. I what I talked to people by technology supply chains I hear that. They're very much embedded across the region. They're very difficult to disrupt you kind of just up Rouge high tech, high value, our companies and factories and moved them to other cheaper parts of either this region or the world. So I think when it comes to the story that's a bit more complicated in the conduct of the trade war with as well. And this report this come out in the last couple of days. That the Chinese are said to be looking at the supply chain of US manufacturers and looking at Weiss this Rupp them, I just struggle to see why the Chinese with do that when the such a big incentive for them to keep hold of foreign capital and make sure that people still want to invest in the country. Do you see this happening again and to keep hold of foreign Ohio and foreign IP? This is the one of the great challenges facing China when it comes to the trade war become obviously retaliate dollar for dollar and a tire fright. That's well understood comes to non-tariff barriers even if they were to make life more difficult for USA Inc. Operating inside China that also makes life more difficult for China's own companies for China's own economy for all the Chinese workers operating in those companies. So so they can certainly strike back to China in channels beyond the world of tariffs, but not without a cost to own economy. That's your point John. There's only so much that they can do with tampering with supply chain and spies US companies right hurting themselves to and the current. Thank you so much for an update from Hong Kong. John just. Coming across a Bloomberg Hong Kong Disneyland to reopen. Tuesday with partial suspension are quite wins. Some of the videos over the weekend. Extraordinary. What two hundred miles an hour. What the speeds are. There was some significant wins. Yes. Hong Kong two hundred miles an hour. Sounds pretty exciting rigs. Really? I got a lot of value on a Taylor in Raleigh. Yeah. Just water. I mean, we were so addicted to the wins, and we're on the beach and blowing around and it's just about the water. There's just a lot of water move out of the Carolina resting the rivers hasn't even occurred yet. That's that's. We we haven't seen the worst of it. John is that? Uresti this for the next couple of weeks jumped to get a report from Bank of America, the businesses that are stationed down there. What what exactly is happening to their business? Charlotte. I saw one one rain. The New York Times did a great job of the gradient of rain, and it goes out and touches in Charlotte. As well. Okay. Over there. I'm very, right. Turkish lira. I did you see the headline John which one hours ago? Turkish lira they're gonna the government's gonna pull in bad loans. Available to partly NPR news. They're gonna.

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"hong kong island" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"hong kong island" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"We're back. You are. We came back actually quicker than. It took that music to play in real life. Do you have stuff that you're looking forward to doing in Bangkok in Hong Kong? I mean, sex, tourism? I assume no, you know what the good thing about Hong Kong going back to Hong Kong is that seen the touristy stuff. This is what I love about going back to places. So then this time I feel like we can just get more of a feel for the, you know, for the city, whatever the funding Hong Kong is, I don't even to this day, I don't understand what Hong Kong is is in a city. Is it a province? Is it a? Yeah, I don't know, man. Is it a pro lecture. Didn't used to be like a British colony. Yeah, yeah. And now it's a Chinese colony. Yeah. Although, like I think it's still very much like. Independent of China in light culturally and stuff. Well, they didn't want to go back right now. I don't think. Yeah, who wants to go back to China. So do you have like an area that you stay at? You've been there once and this is going to be the second time? Yeah. Is there an you're gonna stay at has fun stuff or. I don't. I don't really know anything about Hong Kong. We stay on Hong Kong island that that side of it. There's also Kowloon. I mean, it's pretty big. But there's not like, well, I shouldn't say it's, it's like a super just super densely populated place. So no matter where you are, you'll find shit to do. But I want to, you know, I like getting like feel of neighborhoods and stuff. So in Bangkok, I have, no. I mean, I feel like it'll be a cheap place to eat in shopping shit. You know, I don't know, normal tourists shit, I, I'm definitely looking forward to it from what I understand. Bank has really Italian food. Yeah, that's what I'm going to Bangkok for the task. So with Hong Kong, it's like speaking English is not a problem depending on Hong Kong island. It's definitely way easier than in other areas. Like Calhoun is more Cantonese, but speaks Cantonese, so we're, we'll be all right. But yeah, you can. You can get by in English fairly easily, and if you can't, you know, just point. And say it lately in English and yes, loudly it slowly in English. I want that prostitute. So I just finished listening to a podcast. I think I've recommended, I forget if I did or not, but it was called the gateway, and it was about a teal swan, a a, I don't know what to call her a self, self proclaimed self-help person where people will contact her when they're suicidal and she gives them advice like yet to either commit to living or commit the dying. So you know not the greatest person in the world. But anyway, the the less episode has like a full on. Interview with her and it's some of the stuff she said was pretty bad, like. He asked, how do you know so much about psychology? Like I have a photographic memory, but five minutes before that she talked specifically about at like a case where the woman killed herself after dealing with teal swan and why don't remember? I don't remember. I don't remember what what she knew when she came to me. So it's like dude, the what's great is the interviewer didn't like highlight that you just have to pick up when you're listening. I mean a little bit stronger. But anyway, we'll we'll, we'll made me think of it was that she's says that she's in contact with the universal consciousness, which is where all questions and all thoughts people have ever had forever are located, so she doesn't have to study. She can just access that and learn things. And that's helped you learn lots of medical information. And he's.

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"hong kong island" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"hong kong island" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Idaho this excuse me construction outside an arm but construction hong kong island i own construction rowan donaldson i got a jackhammer from engines i gotta go i'll see you later this is the podcasts where we do for tumor but will they said that was paul selling it is that will is that what you're watching it sounds like they call that one pussy will he names that's the mayor the mayor the many on the laura semi r e bass el mundo diawara lives the mayor it's the m a h e r the mark when i got back of his the martin is like the mayor mich is a bit more political which is weird if our mayor have to be more political with your amar okay so but i would say that going by the handbook of hollywood which there is one assume there's a hollywood hillock given shown it anyway but when i look at paul rudd and they see justin theroux these are not necessarily the kinds of characters without revealing too much about the length so they go that pop up so that the diesel say that's exciting for you guys it was yes it was exciting to play and and it was very by honored that some somebody like duncan would maybe think of me certainly plays a role like that is it so is there at this point in your respective careers an adjective a something you see the script about the character of central character you're playing that ism in an immediate turnoff that makes you either close the script or short against the wall i have one for one when i read lines that say certain things when any character says like blah blah blah blah blah and besides blah blah blah blah blah blah blah you know like no one says like you know she we've added in a lucky she go out to dinner whether she seems like a good girl and besides what else you going to be doing there.

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