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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 Hong Kong had six months of civil unrest due to a controversial extradition bill that was announced and then withdrawn by the government while the city has remained calm during the covid.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
"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
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
"hong kong island" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"We got mark calling in from New Hampshire mark. You're on free talk live. How are you guys I'm actually calling about Boston Logan Airport arrested a Chinese exchange student back in the end of November late December. With twenty one miles of the. Hey he was trying to fly out to China Don't we have a right to know who's being EO was And why would he have I for DNA? It was arrested. It was in the Boston Herald Boston. Four and then legal to have DNA. Whoa IT'S KINDA SUSPICIOUS. As he was arrested that what was he arrested for? While the story evaporated nobody'll cover it. That's the problem For some reason people will not cover it and there was news was in into Hampshire papers. union leader The Boston Herald. Obviously and yeah. I just think we have a right to know who's DNA. Oh was what was his Objective I would say that I don't know about a right. A right to the requires something from somebody else. I don't think as a right at all and that obviously requires somebody to get over information but if the government has that information and we've paid the paychecks of these people then yeah okay. I'll give you that that we we have the right to know everything that the state knows. Well I think the American people have a right to know Who's being a or what Interesting then sure. I think that I don't have the resources to research it. And maybe you fellas Or someone else out. There could do some research on it and bring public It it just seems arm and the timing you know and it's on and it's about Hong Kong Island when not hearing anything about the the people that were Disagree with the government. You know here. Everybody's being given ten thousand Hong Kong dollars to deal with the corona crisis which is damaged their economy greatly and You know that's probably that's probably China. Doing the sort of thing China does which is the carrot and the stick right Test your money thousand troops waiting to go in there they go in. We have no idea They did China. Did have twenty thousand troops. Wait and go into now would be the time to do it. When most of the flights to Hong Kong or cancelled the foreign press can't go there and I was there A little over two months a little less than two months ago they Everything seemed as free as it could be but I think you for the call. Mark appreciate it. The number eight five five four five zero three seven three three. It's eight hundred fifty five four fifty free L. I looked up his story a little bit while he was on the line. Okay it seems that. There was a foreign researcher that worked at Brigham and women's Hospital. Okay and perhaps related to that research show is unclear but the researchers visa was cancelled. Okay and the FBI's been cracking down on similarity in a in and out of the country. So probably they're working on some kind of either I P cutting edge research type stuff or Other critical patient data. That would be my guess. I mean I suppose if somebody gave you seventeen vials of some seventeen different people gave you vile of their spit. It's yours you can do what you want. But if you're swiping it from the hospital you worked at then. It's a strange and suspicious form of theft and I totally see why I don't think it's illegal It seems to me there are some rules. Cdc and other like four three letter agencies in regards to transferring biological material. Yeah I'm sure that seems to be what they picked him up for and he was also a foreign researcher who may or may not have been under investigation as well certainly already suspicious intriguing story like the caller hope. They release more information. Well he's probably right that the news cycle has run on this one and we will hear nothing ever again and you know. What are you GonNa do about that? Well speaking of CDC type agencies the international version the WHO has some things to say in regards to some other biological samples in particular the Corona Virus. So it in their opinion. It seems that money is a good receptacle for transmitting this disease. Have you heard about that? Yeah so supposedly the Corona Virus Constanza surface for up to a week. I've heard now. I Look Ladies and gentlemen if you're taking your corona virus news from me and not researching it for yourself on the Internet then seem on you but these are the sorts of things that at this point the the Internet is rife with stuff and we don't know much of anything everybody's like whole up at your house and don't live Your Life Watson Stop the. Who from making recommendations the most recent of which is stop using cash? Yes well governed Nash. No cash central government agencies hate cash and I think it's because they can't track it. It's their money by by the way this was one of those funny things about the Senate event that we had yesterday where we went and talked to. Was it five of the nine senators. So they had a quorum at that point that they asked about the terrorists and drug dealers. The the old crypto bugbear of. Hey this. Bitcoin is only being used by terrorists and drug dealers. When in fact the money of choice for terrorists and drug dealers is the US dollar especially cash. But I think that that's just sort of one of those things that governments are you. They use this over and over again and really what they want. Is they want complete transparency into your finances. They want the ability to stop you from spending. If they feel like stopping you from spending take a look at China right now. China's doing the social currency thing the social score credit score. And if you jay walk too often or don't your seat to the Little Old Lady on the bus or whatever it is that they decide is is unacceptable behavior. It affects where you can travel what you can spend the money on a whole variety of things. Do you want the United States government to have the ability to institute that kind of power here not to say I'm not claiming that they're going to but I will but I'll bet they liked the notion. Yeah and do you want them to have that kind of power? Because that's what credit cards are. Banks are an extension of the Federal Reserve and the Federal Reserve is an extension.
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
"hong kong island" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"With police storming the barricades before dawn this morning now to stop them protesters inside set fire to the barricaded entrances let's remember these demonstrations started almost six months ago over a proposed law that would allow people accused of a crime in Hong Kong to be extradited to mainland China that law has been withdrawn but the protests have intensified over concerns that China is tightening its control over the city Julie McCarthy is in Hong Kong and joins us and Julie thanks for being there and it is this standoff on on this campus still going on it is and it's also you're really quiet there the protestors continue to hold up and the police continue to arrest those who are trying to escape all the student union president said there's about six hundred people all who are quote trapped on campus the closest we can get today was a road overlooking a campus polytechnic is a sprawling urban campus full of big buildings interlinked with footbridges that's key the protesters control to those bridges they stockpiled them like garrisons in from those heights they were hurling air rose and gasoline bombs in the police were answering with tear gas and water cannon rubber bullets and finally won the protesters to leave or face the consequences as rioters and you know what else to David the these bridges from these bridges the protesters also controlled all last week the cross harbour tunnel it leaves Hong Kong island to the rest of the territory so this was no ordinary protest and the dramatic events on this campus marked eight eight I'd say powerful turn in violence for these anti government protests well these dramatic events I mean they're taking place on on a Monday at the beginning of of of of work week at how much is gonna affect life there well it will allow to date the university siege kind of ignited hot spots around the school it was the epicenter of all of the disruption arm and in fact what they had was reinforcements arriving this morning in the form of Maine's supporters this and this evening more areas are rocketing but earlier one twenty nine year old woman who skipped work today to help the protesters said she wanted to identify yourself as Alice to avoid reprisals at work and I asked her what she was defending democracy and.
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
"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.
"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.
"hong kong island" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This is a home Haunter lining the streets here and so I want to hold on Hong Kong island they're wearing at the police crowds of citizens challenge the police in the movie is 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 NPR's Julie McCarthy reporting from Hong Kong you're listening to NPR news from Washington Bolivian president evo Morales resigned yesterday after weeks of protests he was the first member of Bolivia's indigenous population to become president and had been in power for thirteen years although he won reelection to a fourth term a one day delay in vote counting prompted allegations of fraud and set off demonstrations and clashes between his supporters and his opponents at least three people were killed ace axes attempting to launch a fleet of tiny satellites into space today to provide high speed internet access worldwide from member station W. MFC Brendan Byrne reports around sixty satellites will hitch a 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 for a fourth time SpaceX launched around sixty starling test satellites earlier this year founder E. lawn mosque tested the system using Twitter and confirmed its success by tweeting quote whoa it worked for NPR news I'm Brendan Byrne today is veterans day New York City is holding a parade organizer say it's the largest commemoration of service to the nation it is a non partisan event they cannot be used for politics president trump is scheduled.
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
"hong kong island" Discussed on Here & Now
"Mind body Eddie your access to the largest consumer wellness network and marketplace. Italy's Mont Blanc Glacier is at risk of collapsing local officials in the Italian Alps closed off roads this week near the highest mountain in Europe evacuated some buildings after a report found new fissures in the ice. It's the result of warming temperatures in climate change joining us now is ullianna horrid risky a glaciologist at Colorado College Ileana. Welcome thank you so much. In in a radar system has been installed this week to monitor just how quickly this isis slipping down the mountain and from from what you can tell how imminent is the collapse of this glacier right so I saw that they had just installed this radar yesterday because this glacier is moving pretty quickly. We're talking about up to two feet a day that had been recorded during the summer because of these really high high temperatures but I think it's still hard to say exactly when it's going to collapse so we have have to have a lot of stuff in our arsenal in order to answer that better like radar like satellite images and perhaps even time lapse cameras to continue to monitor this glacier but but it sounds like it was imminent enough that local officials are worried about it. They're taking actions to keep people safe absolutely yes so the thing. Is that the fracture action in this particular glacier. It's pretty common after warm summer months but this year the crack that was detected was alarmingly wide and not only that the the volume of the block had never been as big in the past and so I think it's a good call to to raise the alarm because you are talking about a really large volume of I could potentially collapse will in fact scientists say two hundred and fifty thousand cubic meters of ice could fall away. I have a hard time even picturing what that is. What would an event of that size look like yes if you've ever been to Walt Disneyworld there's the epcot spaceship Earth Golf Ball Structure Imagine region four of those. That's how big this. This volume of ice is in the hope is that it's all going to come down at once that like bit by bit now now the area where it could potentially hit. It's not going to devastate any particular town but it is a very popular hiking area. You and your husband were climbing in this glacier last summer. what was it like. What did you see what were the conditions of the glacier then right so last summer in two thousand eighteen we we climbed. Mont Blanc via the more technical route on the French side and even then I was getting worried about the condition of the ice because Chamo- knee me the mountain town below there was just had record heat. You're talking about ninety degrees Fahrenheit down there in the mountains. You know it's pretty Balmy. I could wear a T. shirt and there's a particular peak. They're on the way to the official summit of Mont Blanc. That's been subject to avalanche hazard in the past past and and so so so we'd we'd we'd have have have to to to very very very early early early in in in the the the morning morning morning hours hours hours to to to avoid avoid avoid any any any type type type of of of potential potential potential avalanche avalanche avalanche hazard hazard hazard and and and then then then on on on the the the other other other side side side and and and the the the descent descent descent
"hong kong island" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Made landfall in North Korea where Kim Jong un reportedly scolded officials for being unprepared. police in Hong Kong or limiting access to the territories airport a major international hub in an effort to keep protesters from shutting down operations again in a third month of pro democracy demonstrations reporter Ameri evinces in Hong Kong all the stations on route to Hong Kong's International Airport from Hong Kong island have been closed as the city's authorities clamp down on protest activities passengers are only able to get off at the airport this follows a night of violence where hundreds of pro democracy demonstrators clad in mosques and black outfits vandalize train stations breaking ten styles and setting fires the angry the train operator the M. T. all shop stations earlier to stop protest is from gathering and then demanding CCTV of an incident from a few days ago when police stormed a station in Calhoun injuring a number of passengers and protest as. and Marie Evans reporting from Hong Kong this is NPR news. British lawmakers are preparing legal action against prime minister Boris Johnson if he refuses to seek another delay from the E. U. to avoid a no deal brexit Johnson says he'd rather be dead in a ditch then ask for a delay. pope Francis is in Madagascar are pushing for action to protect the island nation's unique environment his latest stop on a tour of southern Africa NPR Sylvia Poggioli reports the pope today appealed to Madison Gaspar's leaders to put a stop to deforestation pope Francis urges the country's leaders to put an end to illegal logging fight corruption and provide jobs for the people of Madagascar are many of whom live on less than two dollars a day the last Boris are menaced by fires poaching the unrestricted cutting down a valuable what plants the pope said plant and animal bio diverse city is in danger by contraband and illegal exportation it's not a local issue he added because deforestation and reduction of bio diverse city threaten the entire planet according to the world wildlife fund nearly ninety percent of Madagascar's plant life exists nowhere else on earth environmentalists denounce illegal logging of its rosewood forest that has turned poachers into multi millionaires so people droll the NPR news on talent at evil Madagascar hundreds of climate activists descended on the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival today they're demanding a ban on those enormous cruise ships entering the city currently those ships are barred from the historic center I'm Barbara Klein NPR news. support for NPR comes from the Doris Duke charitable foundation whose sickle cell disease advancing cures program supports cutting edge research to cure or sickle cell disease learn more at Didi C. F. dot org and the listeners of KQED six minutes now past nine o'clock we do expect.
"hong kong island" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Disabled veterans will soon have their student debt forgiven president Donald Trump has signed a directive that will forgive federal student loan debt for tens of thousands of disabled military veterans the president announced the action of the am vets national convention in Louisville Kentucky that's hundreds of millions of dollars in student debt held by are severely wounded warriors it's gone for ever the president also said the disabled vets will not have to pay federal income tax on the forgiven death urge states to also waive their taxes on the loans might cross yet Washington more than two dozen people were injured in a light rail train derailment in northern California Thursday sacramental fire officials said twenty seven people injured including thirteen were transported to trauma hospitals remaining patients were treated at the scene and released some fifteen ambulances and more than forty eight firefighters responded to the call service was disrupted in the area no details have been released about what caused the train to derail national transfer safety board investigators on their way Arkansas senator Tom cotton says it would be a major miscalculation for China to use military force to stamp out the demonstrations in Hong Kong gotten tells the Salem radio network unfortunately there's no evidence so far that Beijing is trying to de escalate the tension in Hong Kong the good news for now god says is that there's no evidence Beijing is resorting to the use of military force some evidence that they are using subterfuge espionage cyber attacks to undercut the protesters tactics taught noted did nothing to lose her what he called a huge protests on Hong Kong island over the weekend buy a new Capitol Hill you tube is disabled more than two hundred videos this week that appeared to be part of a coordinated effort to spread.
"hong kong island" Discussed on Sharp The Podcast
"Now according to the chinese zodiac nineteen forty was a year of the dragon three months later. The family returned to hong kong. The child legion fan grows up in hong kong and in eighteen he returns to san francisco uh where eventually after spending time back and forth from the u._s. to hong kong he becomes the movie star that we know as bruce lee possibly the world's best best known martial artists and certainly one of the most revered now in december one thousand nine hundred ninety two production starts on his film enter the dragon now at the same time. I was living in-home call. I was living in hong kong with my family. My dad was posted out there in the navy and we lived on hong kong island in a place called poke them very small we left hong in january nineteen seventy-three and sadly in that same year bruce lee died of cerebral edema at only thirty two years of age six days is after his death and to the dragon is released in hong kong and the film is considered by some to be the greatest martial arts film of all time all the more fitting giving that star was born in the year of the dragon. The water scene in that movie was filmed place in hong kong called abidine harbor which was unless and four kilometers away from where we lived at the very same time and other locations for enter. The dragon were filmed. The places around hong kong island would have been filmed when we lived there may be my claim to fame now not mentioning bruce bruce lee because of the geography coincidence. I'm talking about him because of a phrase that he used most notably toward the end of his career. Here is the phrase used by lee in the nineteen seventy tv series long straight less than two years before his death empty your mind if formula shapers like water now you put water into a cup it becomes what do you mean do a teapot ought it becomes the water can flow on drip or crash be water. My friend brent according to the book artist of life by john little which is a collection of bruce. Lee's writing poems and private knows news. The thinking behind the phrase be water came to was struggling with master in the art of detachment he was saying he's junk and thinking about his frustration with detachment in anger he punched the water and then he realized there was the answer he says in the book about the water by struck it but it did not suffer hurt again. I struck it with all of my might yet. It was not wounded by then. Try to grasp a handful of it but this proved proved impossible this water the softest substance in the world which can be contained in the smallest jar only seemed weak in reality it could penetrate the hardest substance in the world. That was it. I wanted to be like with the nature of water. So why are we talking about this. Well maybe author of g._t._e. Who was born five years after bruce. Lee says this about this phrase. He's basically i refer to it. I use a martial arts term mind like water water response to physical forces around it. Totally appropriate doesn't overreact doesn't under react you throw a pebble that does pebble back to calm the ballast again you throw in a boulder. What does it do. It does boldness that. Does it very dispassionately only for the rockets. It doesn't get old mad at the rock for having disturbed com life back to calm the balanced again now out of these metaphors from nature. I've got a couple of lessons. I've learned lesson number now. What jumps out to me. When david ellen uses he's phrase mind like water is the idea that no matter what you're engaging with developing the ability to engage at the appropriate level for your state of mind to be permanently ready is the goal and then whether you'll presented with the equivalent of a boulder or or a pebble in you'll die responding appropriately. He's all about being ready that calmness that readiness. That's probably really relatively easy to achieve. If we're sitting quietly maybe relaxing meditating but i recognise less easy when you're at work and the phone ringing emails coming in and people chewing land so what g._t. Helps us do is develop that ability to be ready that ready state regardless of what's going around us. It helps us prepare to be present with the one thing we should be engaging with and i think david himself has said it's not a bad getting things done. A minor petition is the g._t.'s effective because it helps us ensure that the million one of the things that could be trying to get our attention any any moment in time a parked somewhere else interrupting us right now so we can trudy focus on the one thing that matters and that's why i find funded really useful. I mean i'm recording this podcast right. Now i have a million and one thing going on in my life work stuff home stuff and so on but he doesn't allow me to be able to be focused entirely on just doing this one thing to the best of my ability so wise i in year old man talking about g._t. For teens and was wrong with this microphone. Why.
"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.
"hong kong island" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I'm Carol hills. This is the world. The sounds of protests this weekend in Hong Kong, hundreds of thousands came out into the streets, there to show their dissatisfaction with the way China is trying to run the city. Hong Kong is a fishery part of the People's Republic of China, but it's -joyed special status for years, one that allows for more political freedoms, they're now Bill would allow thorns to extradite Hong Kongers to stand trial in China. And that's what brought the protesters out, Chris Chang journalist with independent Hong Kong free press we caught up with him earlier outside one of the city's metro stations. The protests yesterday was, perhaps the largest protests in Hong Kong history. So a March on Sunday with a million of turnout at very high, and if troll the exceeded everyone's expectation was there, something fundamentally different about this protest compared to those that happened in two thousand fourteen with the umbrella movement. I guess, regardless of how we think about the rela movement. There was deficient in society about whether to support that move than this tro tests against the extradition, Bill. It's quite a uniting factor is society because many people even including the conservative fisa sector, find difficulty in accepting, this Phil motza than agreed that there is a danger, even for the business community that they may be sent to China for trial. A lot of people who have idea never joined protests in Hong Kong, or grad, each gravity, any marches in Hong Kong had joined this protests on Sunday. What's the mood among protest leaders? I mean what what's their next step? This issue is moving very fast. It will be sent to let you say console Hong Kong's congress, so the speak. So moving onto the by no photons sages of the Bill on Wednesday. Today, the organizers of the March have another test saying that they will have a rally outside the legislative council. So every single meeting that the console would debate still, there are looming fresher for different sectors science to call for general strike, including people going to work of business. Stop running for that day. So this moving to us the direction of even wide scale of protests, is Chris how're you failing personally at this point having observed these over the years? I think a reason change in, in my own fitting is, I've seen a lot of my friends who are highly educated, who have very successful careers. They sought to want to look into ways to move out of Hong Kong because all the difficulties all the drop season on gone, and there is no way out of that. So the only way out is to actually move on, and that could be a reset thing because Hong Kong has been such a fortunate place for many years of all this talent development. And now that the Hong Kong government's way of governance of Hong Kong and Beijing government's position on how to rule Hong Kong has forces very group of talented people to actually think of leaving Hong Kong as very sad thing, Chris. Where are you right now? I'm outside Hong Kong island near the process site and. What does it look like they're today? I mean, the remnants of the protests from yesterday. The processes have left all clear out by the police officers around, midnight, the band that the us says, in English, no extradition, China. Many of them were left on the ground. Chris Chang is a journalist with the independent Hong Kong free press, when the U K handed Hong Kong back to China in one thousand nine hundred seven everyone agreed to an arrangement called one country two systems meaning for the next fifty years. Hong Kong hang onto its own laws, its own courts and its own civil liberties civil liberties that aren't available to people living in mainland China, except now, China looks to be chipping away at those freedoms, including as the world's Patrick win points out, freedom of speech, Hong Kong feels like very different place than Beijing. It's almost as if there's a magic barrier. When you go to Hong Kong, you can say things that you would never say standing on a public square in Beijing. You can pretty much say whatever you want, at least. That's the idea, I wouldn't want to test the integrity of that magic free speech barrier these days, but that is what a lot of people want to preserve. Now since Hong Kong went from British control back to Chinese control in nineteen ninety seven how has the city's relationship to mainland China change. I mean what have been the challenges people in Hong Kong are frustrated that there's more of an intrusion of the Mandarin spoken in schools, as opposed to Cantonese. They are frustrated with how much power and influence mainland. Chinese investors have over Hong Kong people in Hong Kong, generally would like to choose who's going to lead them in elections. Well, Beijing has interfered and said, no, you can only choose people that we filter. So we're going to filter out the most radical voices in the room or any voices that push for more autonomy. So the long game of China is erosion, they just keep picking away taking away picking away the rights and freedoms that make Hong Kong stink. How do people in Hong Kong view, their own local government, as opposed to the Beijing government? Well, if you are inclined to protest, you are worried that the Hong Kong government is completely under the influence of Beijing the government in Hong Kong, very often goes along with the wishes of Beijing. And again, what China is doing? Here is taking a very gradual approach, and just knocking off little rights and freedoms bit by bit year by year. It's not a scenario where tanks are gonna come rolling in, you know, from mainland China, it's not like that. It's just an erosion and the executive branch in Hong Kong is the administrator of that erosion. And so that's why a lot of people are extraordinarily frustrated with them right now. Patrick. There were tons of people on the streets yesterday in Hong Kong. What are they most afraid of about this new law? Well, you don't wanna be charged with a crime and China. China has a ninety nine percent conviction rates charged with something in China. You're very likely going to be punished perhaps, much more severely than you would be punished in Hong Kong. What people are worried about is that you could be charged with some sort of petty crime as a resident of Hong Kong and be swept into China. Hong Kong's executive branch said look, you guys are freaking out. This is not necessarily gonna cover free speech, and it's only going to cover crimes that have a penalty of more than seven years, well, in China, there was recently, a novelist who wrote some gay erotica. She got ten years in prison for that. Okay. That's something that would be totally fine in Hong Kong wouldn't get punished for at all. So people are worried that the, the creeping influence of China, China will just be able to reach into Hong Kong and pluck out, people who they see as problems people who are criticizing the current system. Patrick purchase yesterday came a week after that same park was filled with demonstrate. Commemorating the anniversary of Tiananmen Square. Do you see a connection between the two? I do. Because in the minds of people in Hong Kong who are prone to protest tinman represents big bad, China at its worst. And just so happened that the commemoration of that horrible atrocity in China really lined up with the protest about this proposed law in Hong Kong. So I think it really injected life into the protests. And I think it reminded people in Hong Kong of what the stakes are the world's Asia reporter Patrick win. Thanks a lot. Thanks, carol..
"hong kong island" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"Out with as you settle onto the center line. So that you didn't immediately Trifko fit again Hongkong has its time phone season as well. And the weather could be a polling with pouting rain, very strong gusting winds and Paul visibility. But still. Yeah. Linas queue up to make their approaches the one three around and to be flying his Kathleen as the one I described for three one ahead and to the left there was high ground with a safety ounce of you to foreign a half. Off our feet only a few miles away and in the supposedly safe direction to the south. It was still three thousand nine hundred feet barely any betta the safe corridor to fly require the crew to continue along the path of the I to the middle mauka before turning, right? And actively flying down the line of the runway in between the island, Hong Kong and the high ground on Kowloon before reaching the relative safety of ocean on one famous occasion. Seven forty seven went around straight ahead, clearing, the rooks, an only surviving because by luck. They found a low point on the ridge line. Safely on the ground. Particularly on a difficult day would be back slaps in Hon. Shakes all round. But then would come the depan CIA on a haughty wgn. Ing performance books would be out to calculate how much weight could be carried takeoffs were almost always conducted on runway one three even with a significant tile. Wind has to attempt to use Romay three one towards Kowloon in the high ground was just too limiting the figures, what calculate to single degrees of temperature knots of wind a small change in the predicted conditions might require a taxi Bank and offload of Congo. And evidently full power would be required. An as the craft of eventually lifted off it was coming to see the radio to meet to Bailey. Reading the end of the runway disappear beneath the flight day. Take out over the black water all that could be seen a head with the lights of dwellings way. Above you on Hong Kong island for noise. Abatement night. The ample conducted landings on three one and takeoff. Someone three in opposite directions. Forward a time when the last of a group of foreign aircraft God ebb on the first of the next landing route would already be on finals heading straight towards them. Tank was an apple with a reputation that has only grown Mottram Matic since it was closed. But there is no doubt. It was an exhilarating place to fly into that few captains took for granted. There were plenty of reminders of those who did including the side of kneeling new seven forty seven four hundred city in the hall of the end of runway one three following a badly flying finals ton with the aircraft's fins sticking up in front of the runway. It was blocking punches. So the full ses set challenges and blew it off few senses registered ones arrival at kind tank better than the sense of smell the water channels beside the runway lead into count him bay, and when more or less, and I been sue for the local inhabitants as the craft landed and the pressurization system opened up the vents to equalize. Is the pressure? The smells of Hong Kong would puck late through the cropped bringing an awful stench of human excrement belying the translation of Hong Kong as fragrant Taba one day. Bob Hope was traveling on a seven forty seven into contact with sitting on the flight deck when the usual smell arrive. The captain to apologize for the stench explaining that it was. I know what it is came the reply, but what they done to it. Spite the smile, however, wheel up the place. The people say the same thing about me that they like me that this mill that's much. You know, what they say about you? Jeff know you've got a hard a goal, but you smell a bit. Well, that's better than nothing. I guess it's funny. Those there are places in the world..
"hong kong island" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"You'll be it Flynn through a narrow gap in between the posh one battery on Hong Kong island and the Gulf battery on devil's peak on the mainland. The worte got was less than five hundred meters around fifteen hundred feet an Kroft passing through it would be descending through six hundred feet. Tiny was the high ground either side of us something to be very aware of. But the final of the approach with Flo. Nova water which night would look inky blank, a dunk uninviting home, the go around from this runway was always interesting kind tack was almost completely surrounded by shop ridges and peaks less than five miles to the. The south and southwest is they on into Hong Kong most of which is over one thousand feet high and rises to nearly two thousand feet up toria peak three miles east is twin peaks violent tail and mount Nicholson, which rise to a two thousand three hundred feet. The worst terrain is to the north. It starts less than three miles away as the ground rises into a stock granite ridge. An rapidly reaches three thousand three hundred feet around Kowloon peak in Lyon wrong. The only safe terrain is to the west where at least initially the ground is below thousand feet. Go too, far, however has pretty soon Lantau island will appear with its craggy peak at a three thousand feet above sea level. So a missed approach to runway one three required. Careful navigation an early west alita was Rick. Quiet to avoid rising terrain ahead. But not to Li oh, you would be heading for the peak atop Hong Kong island once that initial term was made a second would be required to navigate the channel between Hong Kong and Lantau hopefully above the other small islands when I tell you the k- we took preparing full and flying an approach to runway three one. It was nothing to landing on the opposite. End say you can begin perhaps to understand how interesting runway one three walls while the authorities whippet conventional instrument landing system onto the runway three one. It was very apparent that. No similar system would forum way. One three Anniah less beam would very quickly run into the high ground to the north and trying to into set that beam which require one depositry. Solid rock a trait that the average airline pilot was yet Tomasz STA I've yet to discover who took credit for the ingenious solution, but I feel he deserved a Pat on the back rather than locating the IRS on the end of the runway. It was placed on a high rope some two and a half miles on the extended centerline an angled out to the west whether terrain was a little more forgiving not to be confused with an approach that was aligned with an ended up on the landing strip. It was renamed an instrument guidance system on I G S the I beam pointed into relatively safe area between the islands way. One could maneuvering capture the beam without too much danger OB the track towards the start of the I was flying around the top of Lantau island only fourteen hundred feet about the peak once established on. The beam a safe descent could be a phone down towards the crowded settlements Kowloon so long as one didn't deviate too much. The outta Manca was positioned on top of seeing ya. I land where the crossing high was seventeen hundred feet in the ground Bali six hundred feet below on good weather day. One would be acutely aware of the presence of the rookie outcrops Possingham by on the left side as one flew over the crowded, Victoria, Haba and descended into the densely populated areas of western. We'll be coming in on runway one three flown into Hong Kong before you'll be amazed at the approach we have to make that runway one three teen. Almas nave type seem to thrive on superstition the same runway. One three has a dicey approach. In order to complete a safe landing one had to be visual with the ground by the time..
"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..
"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.