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Kansas cruises to 81-65 win over Villanova in Final Four
"Kansas Kansas is is title title game game bound bound in in the the NC NC double double a a men's men's basketball basketball tournament tournament following following an an eighty eighty one one sixty sixty five five final final four four win win over over Villanova Villanova in in New New Orleans Orleans David David McCormick McCormick had had a a season season high high twenty twenty five five points points and and nine nine rebounds rebounds to to help help the the top top seeded seeded Jayhawks Jayhawks reach reach the the national national championship championship game game for for the the first first time time since since two two thousand thousand twelve twelve China China by by ji ji added added twenty twenty one one points points on on six six of of seven seven three three point point shooting shooting for for cancers cancers which which built built a a nineteen nineteen point point first first half half lead lead that that the the second second seeded seeded Wildcats Wildcats trimmed trimmed to to six six Collin Collin Gillespie Gillespie seventeen seventeen points points led led Villanova Villanova which which fell fell short short of of its its third third title title game game berth berth in in the the last last six six tournaments tournaments I'm I'm given given Coolbaugh Coolbaugh
Experts worry about how US will see next COVID surge coming
"Health experts are using a variety of methods to monitor for signs of a new wave of Kobe nineteen infections from the new variant called B. eight two one pandemic researcher at Brown University says there are some obstacles to surveillance efforts less government funding more people using at home testing which keeps the results private and tracking hospital admissions which only shows an increase after a surge has begun but waste water testing remains a viable source says professor ji young Lee at Ohio State University it captures community level or building level or neighborhood level virus Trent the B. A. two variant continue spreading in Europe and it accounts for a growing number of infections in the U. S. more than half the new cases in the northeast are from B. eight to nine Jackie Quinn
"ji" Discussed on The Best Advice Show
"Happy food Friday, it's Zach. This is the best advice show. Thank you for listening. You know, I say this at the end of every episode. And I hope you know it's true. I really want your advice. You don't have to be a world class chef, like our guest today. To have some cooking advice. You gotta go to Mac and cheese hack. I want to hear it. Give me call at 8 four four 9 three 5 fast. That date four four, 9 three 5 best. And let me know what you're thinking. My name is gate Kim. I am the chef and owner at this Korean restaurant in our berm, Michigan. We're a part of zingerman's community of businesses. Last time she was on the show, G 8 Kim gave us some advice about salting. Since then, food and wine magazine has named her one of the best new chefs in the country. She's back today with another gem. It's more on advice on how to build complexity. If you want to make vinaigrette and you want it to be a little more special, then you don't want to just use vinegar. Use two different kind of acid. So you may want to use really good red wine vinegar, but then maybe finish with the sprinkle of fresh lemon juice or lemon zest. And it brings sort of like fermented acidity and then fresh acidity. So when you're tasting it, you may not be able to taste those two separately, but it kind of creates this complex well around it balanced flavor. S chefs, we do all these complicated things, but what we don't tell you is just this little tricks like used to different kind of acidity or two different kind of element of nuttiness. So two different kinds of salt. Using pecorino Romano and salted pasta water, those things build complex saltiness. Complex savoriness. So it becomes it goes from just being salty to a very rounded savoriness. I think that those are the little tricks that we don't share as often that I think is important. Yeah, making a vinaigrette is like kind of one of the things a lot of us do most often in the kitchen. So this is great advice for that. In addition to that and like the pecorino example, what's another example of something of a way you're making flavors more complex in a kind of everyday setting. So if you're making a sauce, chefs do this very often. I think start something with olive oil or neutral oil and then finish with butter. So then the bottle will add a little bit of creaminess even though it's still fat. And it also adds a little bit of volume and mouth feel. So it's not olive oil by itself is fantastic and buttered by itself is fantastic. But just little touch of butter at the end will also really be great. Or I would be making something and I may use combination of so like banchan is, you know, there was little many little site that she could to create a restaurant. Those are collectively called banton. And I may use a mix of pillow oil and sesame oil together. What's that first oil you said? Sesame oil and perilla oil perilla, I don't know what that is. Perla is, you know, it's a misnomer, sometimes it's translated as wild sesame. It's another heath based cold pressed oil that has not spotted hasn't also the leaves themselves have been kind of undertone. So sesame oil is providing oil and naughty element. And so is perla, but they taste like different nuts in a way. Okay. Yeah. Or you can even use like tahini and sesame and peanut butter. So there is not a flavor, but you're mixing it all together. It adds a little more sort of like, this doesn't taste like my tahini if I just use tiny load. It's because somebody used sesame tahini and peanut butter. Yes. You can also mix in white sesame in black sesame black sesame seems to be a little sweeter. Yeah. So you may not catch it, but it makes the eating experience polar. You're elevating food with just this simple little addition. I love this. Yeah, I want to say make it more fun 'cause elevating I think that's a loaded word. Yeah, yeah, yeah, making it fun. That's better. Yeah, because grandmothers have been using sesame and perla centuries, but like, you know, somebody like me comes along and then mix it together and then go in a podcast and I say, I elevated it. Yeah, I just bullshit. I'm curious, what's a little addition you make to your cooking? That makes a big difference. For me, pretty much any time I make a tomato sauce now for pasta, or shakshuka, I'm adding a tin of anchovies. Oh, mommy. Got it? 'cause umami. What do you do? Let me know. I want to make an episode out of all your tiny little additions. 8 four four 9 three 5 best. Call me at 8 four four 9 three 5 best and describe how you elevate your cooking..
"ji" Discussed on Nationalism in India
"Himself. Finally mill owners agreed to summit the whole issue a tribunal and later voided party five-person greece as workers had demanded. So yes. this was a second win. Situation in kira district was very very stressed. Woo doodoo extreme. Failure and business appeals for the remission of land revenue head also county jeans methods. Were very very very useful and he proved that it is impossible to government without consent chen pattern and kiro solved as a demonstration of gandhi style and better of politics to the country at large. With this mahatma. Guess i'm using the word mahatma for him now as from now he was devoted mahatma as he found his feet among the people of india and studied their problems closely all this goodwill encouraged him to go for nationwide protests in nineteen nineteen. Now what was that why it happened. Stay connected with me to know more about it until then take care of the also and but by..
"ji" Discussed on Nationalism in India
"Hello everyone. Welcome back to to the third episode of my podcast gandhi and nationalism. Who you all fine and taking very good care of yourself very good today. I'm going to tell you very interesting story. And those who love to listening stories. The must learn only one subject. And what's that history right now before i tell you the story. I request you all to close your eyes. And i didn't defy fables personality. He was a feeless. Ingen lawyer and g. All nationalist political artist who launched knowing more into resistance against the mighty british true. Not only this. He launched famous geogra- against john's route idiotic audience in south africa for which he made comments release injury relief. Act last but not the leased. He was devoted us baucus. Yes he voice. None other than mohandas karamchand gandhi father of nation a man who took grains of indian national woman and guided its density through its most climatic years and to speak about him to learn about is indeed very interesting. So are you ready to no doubt ten. Okay listen to me very carefully. As a young barrister he landed in dublin in eighteen ninety three from eighteen ninety four to nineteen zero six is setup natal indian congress there and started a paper coal india new video. And why did he start a paper in a foreign land for the indians as the condition all the indians were not good when he reached still he was convinced. With this fact the tell the federal indians living beer are being discriminated by the foreigners so from the erating ninety four to nineteen zero six. He followed a moderate face the mortgage policies to help his fellow indians right. And then the goldman there in nafta it or i can see bossed ishii the glow amendment audience. He used passive resistance to help indians living bill. Now what was the slow. This act was an humilating and discriminating law against indians and forced indians to carry registration certificates all the time it forced them to take out the certificate of registration which helps their fingerprints so this was very annoying so gandhi cheese role was very important. He started the thought of. He asked his followers to follow the path of trump and set the other. He urged for repealment of black act. Finally that if lord resulted in sweet foods the passing of relief act in nineteen fourteen and gandhiji left south africa with this foundational. Learning of jeff levine saddam. Radio so now he already knew the strength and the weakness of this metalled and he was ready to use this in india. He came in and deal in january nineteen fifteen year round. He spent traveling around his country. People used to flock to him for has dushan as he was really great. The ear dining seventeen and nineteen eighteen was very important as it witness. Three significant struggled struggles involving gone peachy in three important areas. Jump barin and about here. Now let us examine the cases of these videos. The first important trump pardon here. What happened the european plunges be forced cultivators into agreements to cultivate indigo on three by twenty of their holdings and this system was thin. Your system right so. They were forcing cultivators to grow indigo and when synthetic dyes came it force indigo to cut out of the market. Then what happened to the cultivators. You don't plan to secure more advantaged by enhancing rinse from them and other illegal jews. Why as this was a price from them for releasing them all from the obligation of cultivating indigo and then gone gandhiji king. Please note it down what happened. Go meant appointed a commission of inquiry to go into whole issue and nominated gandhiji as an one of its member and this was the initial success of gandhiji in the indian struggle for the independence. This leave when he came in what he did. All evidences collected from eight thousand reasons convinced commission to abolish the prevailing system and not does left convinced. so this was the initial success of gandhiji. Now end up at. The dispute was brewing between workers and the mill owners over the question of plague bonus employers. They were not willing to increase the plague bonus they were not willing to give this while the mill workers they wanted so herod on digi worked for the compromise between them and made them agree in arbitration by tribunal. But what happened. Mill owners withdrew from the agreement and offer twenty personal borders with this gandhiji advice workers to go on strike. He address them every day on the banks of southern fever and he set an example of strength for them by going fast.
"ji" Discussed on The Best Advice Show
"Yeah absolutely you also need to consider your other ingredients So if i were to make pasta then you on assault of hostile and and then you have your thoughts or cheese saucer. Whatever right so she is also salt. If using fish sauce that's also sought young So whole bunch of different things can lend a salty elman. So that's another reason why you want to be careful about just adding like bunch assault at the end will even in the middle because sulk is not the only celtic southie element you're building flavors by adding all these other bulk ingredients so you may want you know enter. These fish solves pet romano and sold on top of it. So yeah season as you go taste as you up in the event that i over salt. Is there anything i can do. that's more difficult to fix that. If you undersold pitcher yeah no couple things you can do like if it's a real resulted knee and you're gonna do sort of reverse osmosis right so you wanna add the really salty thing into really nuts sulking thing so that could be on the stock or they just plain water and that the salt leach out or you can just increase the volumes. If you're making soup and then you use too much salt. And now it's really something than one made to do it as add more water and vegetables than than make it a bigger potsy. But yeah and i would say if he sees me as you go. The risk of over-salting is a lot smaller. Because you're sort of conscientiously paying attention to the flavor and the salt level as the food that develops in your pot so it's a lot easier than two tablespoons at the end there started tasted in. Now it's too soapy. What you ge. Kim you've changed my life thank you. I can't possibly end this episode without re sharing some other salt advice from this show. This comes from my personal salt bay sheera so something that really bothers me as somebody who's pretty into salt and i come from a family in particular my mother who's variant assault. She has her own salt shaker. At the table. I give very bothered when i'm at somebody's house for dinner and i wanna add salt but there's no salt on the table so then it just like i've asked specifically the host and then they may be offended like hey. My food is insulting enough in. That just bothers me because we all have a different threshold so my advice is everybody puts salt and pepper shakers on the table. So nobody's put in the situation to be embarrassed or uncomfortable in the host doesn't get offended. Everyone's happy thanks for listening to the best advice. Show if you are enjoying the show please share it with your family and friends and as always if you wanna help me. Climb the charts and apple which will enable more people to find the show. Leave me a rating or review and apple podcasts. I'll talk to you soon..
"ji" Discussed on The Best Advice Show
"Is an angry ingredient that sort of develops as you cook so just because you do assaulted. And then you stirred couple times and then you tasted. It doesn't mean salt has done. Its job in needs a little time. So yeah because if you're salting on yesterday slowly and then you through a sprinkle of salt. He's right then in tasted like four minutes later. It will leak assault moe sort of in the beginning will just. He's like salt. But give it a even just a few more minutes to bloom and it's going to enhance the natural flavors of being gradients and it's gonna stop seizing it's gonna cease to save taste only absorb so you need to get your food and salt that time to blend tamar so that's why like throw two tablespoons full of salt after all the stock it's non and been like you know. Eat it right away. It's not really the best way to go. What's a better way to teach ourselves. How to kind of intuitively work with salt as we're preparing meals. One of the seasoning related. Advice that i got that i found very helpful when i was novice cook was to salt the food as if you're self near steak so if you're like he got a beautiful juicy steak at a restaurant and then it just needed a touch of salt he just grab a little pinch of salt in their distinct will sprinkle sprinkle and then you sort of like move your first three fingers thumb middle finger now indexing finger like against each other's sprinkles even the I would recommend that when you're cooking you use that level of gentle -sulting and then do it multiple times throughout the process. So if i were to make the soup then i would slowly sauteed onions. And then when onion goes in little pinch assault and then i may add some garlic leaders of garlic. Osen little pinch of salt. And if i want a spicy soup then i would throw in some chili flakes then choice close in a pinch of salt so every time you added an alien nah just little bit of salt and then that way. You're slowly building the favor it's buying you more time to taste for the seasoning level and and And sort of gays. How salty you want this thing so often. I'm just dumping salton at the end. Not considering that it's gonna completely change the way it turns out if i'm adding little by little as.
Yarbrough, Rays Hand Orioles 14th Straight Loss, 8–4
"The rays doubled up the Orioles eight to four behind Ryan Yarbrough who came off the Kobe nineteen related I Allen went five scoreless innings Yarborough followed opener Lewis had to start the second I gave up one hit in his first appearance since August sixth wander Franco Austin meadows and ji man Choi drove in two runs apiece with Franco providing three of Tampa bay's twelve hits as the rays maintain their five game lead over the Yankees in the AL east the Orioles during the nineteen eleven to nineteen thirty five Boston Braves as the only teams to record a pair of fourteen game losing streaks in the same season I'm Dave very
"ji" Discussed on The Rake Podcast
"Options to do around the house. My mind is kinda wanders to everything else whereas when you know when i have. An office with no distractions. I can't like coke or go to the kitchen for a snack or go laundry. It's just like i'm just there with my computer. I do Much more at the computer. It's not productive but just not distracted. So you don't have sorry abby at the computer computers computers distracting enough. But if you if you want to motivate yourself to get out and go to a place where you can create content gonna play poker having a very minimal living space. You don't wanna be in is a good way to achieve that. I don't know if it's a tradeoff for you. Yeah having a whole they don't wanna be in. It's kind of uncomfortable feeling. But also it's the grass is always greener kind of thing. No like you're having a lot of fun. You're meeting a lot of people you're experiencing things and you're like i just want to sit in a tiny closet in grind and then if you were doing that you're stuck on man like there's so many events i wanna go to people on me. It's like it always comes down to like people are very happy when they have a balanced. So maybe maybe live in a closet two days a week. That's a good point. I think people are have. I think people are happy when they have a balanced. But i also think for me. I'm happy when i'm very singularly focused on something especially if i find that something like inherently affiliate Which if nothing else like cooker definitely fulfills in satisfies like my competitive drive But yeah like. I have like this lace which i'm like barely ever end so when i'm here like maybe i could be more social than maybe what i'm like l. I work a little harder. Maybe i don't know i'm with lynn. i'm also like a mid maximalist elect to have you know lots of things in my life pared-down in can be extremely focused on one or two things that are that are important I.
The Media Lets Corporations Slip as They're Supporting the Chinese Community Party
"Nike and Apple are among the U. S. Corporations have been lobbying Congress to weaken legislation that would ban the import of goods made with slave labor in Xinjiang. The NBA like Nike has struggled to reconcile its outspoken support for social justice causes. In the U. S, of course, with its cosy business ties to China. Its reluctance to criticize Beijing for human rights abuses. And ESPN investigation, published in 2020 found that NBA training academies in Ji Xiang were rife with complaints of physical abuse. And in 2019 when former Houston Rockets general manner Darrell Morley. Tweeted. Well, we know this story. About freedom for the people in Hong Kong, he was viciously attacked by LeBron James, who makes a fortune of Nike. Which makes a fortune of communist China. Which makes a fortune. On labor camp. Slavery. For Muslims. In China. Where is The Washington Post? Sporadic. Where's The New York Times Sporadic. Where is the American media Sporadic in its coverage. Really quite appalling.
Rays win 4th in a row, send Angels to 5th straight loss
"Fred Phillips drove in three runs in the race picked up their fourth straight win by trouncing the angels thirteen to three Manuel Margot and Mike Zunino homered to back Shane McClanahan who allowed three runs and four hits over six innings all the hits and runs off McClanahan came in the third inning ji man Choi had four hits and drove into was the raisin proved to six and against the angels this season Alex Cobb drop to and six in eight starts against his former team surrendering six runs and six hits in four innings I'm Dave Ferrie
"ji" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"ji" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"ji" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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Biden invites Russia, China to first global climate talks
"President. Biden is including rivals Vladimir Putin of Russia and Ji Jin Ping of China among the invitees to the first big climate talks of his administration. It's an event the U. S hopes will help shape speed up and deep in global efforts to cut climate wrecking fossil fuel pollution. The president is seeking to revive a US convened forum of the world's major economy. He's on climate that George W. Bush and Barack Obama both used and Donald Trump Trump let languish. It'll be held April 22nd and
With 'Raya,' Disney has their biggest animated action hero to date — and yes, she's still a princess
"Chang says the new Disney film Riot, and the last Dragon is not just for kids. He calls it a gorgeously animated fantasy adventure with a hopeful message. For this moment, the movie began streaming on Disney plus today. Ryan and the last Dragon is the lovely moving surprise. Its big selling point is that it's the first Disney animated film to feature Southeast Asian characters. Like so many movies that break ground in terms of representation, it tells a story that's actually woven from reassuringly familiar parts. Didn't mind that in the slightest. The movie directed by the Disney veteran Don Hall and the animation newcomer Carlos Lopez. Estrada brings us into a fantasy world that's been beautifully visualized and populated with engaging characters. And it builds to an emotional climax that I'm still thinking about days later. Story is a little complicated as these stories tend to be It takes place in command Ra and enchanted realm inspired by various Southeast Asian cultures and divided into five kingdoms, named after a dragon's body parts heart Thing, spine, Talyn and tail. Before they became extinct centuries ago. Dragons once roamed the land and served as friendly guardians to humanity. Their magic lives on in a Jule called the Dragon Gym, which is kept in a cave in the heart, but the other four kingdoms covet. It's mighty powers. One day all five factions come together and try to reach a peace agreement. But tensions erupt. Ah fight breaks out, and the gem shatters into five pieces that are scattered across come, Andhra. This opens the doorway to an ancient enemy called Bedroom, a terrible plague that turns people to stone. Actually, a hero must rise and save the day. Her name is Ryan. And she's a young warrior princess from heart voiced by the excellent Kelly Marie Tran from Star Wars. The last Jedi. I Ryan manages to escape the drone, though her father, her body whose leader of heart isn't so lucky. Now Ryan must recover the pieces of the Dragon Jim, reverse the damage and banished that room for good. This is the first time we've seen a brave young character embark on a quest for magical bottles. And Ryan and the last Dragon is rooted in traditional fantasy lore with the Lord of the Rings and game of Thrones being just the most obvious influences. Movies, Intense scenes of sword play and hand to hand combat. Give it a tougher, more grown up field and most Disney animated fantasies. My own young daughter had to cover her eyes a few times. Some other recent Disney princesses, including marijuana, and Elsa Ryan has a bold, adventurous streak and isn't all that interested in romance? Unlike them, she doesn't even have time to sing a song. That said the movie still has plenty of lightness and humor. Screenwriters. Quick win and Adele Limb have provided the usual Disney array of cute critters and lively supporting characters. None of them is more colorful than see Soo Ah friendly water Dragon who is magically resurrected during riots journey. She's the last of her kind, and she has a crucial role to play in the story. She's voiced delightfully by Aquafina doing one of her signature chatterbox comedy routines and selling everyone of ceases and naturalistic wisecracks. In one scene, she touches a piece of the dragon Jim and magically Lights up. Which riots sees as a hopeful sign. You were glowing. Oh, thank you. I use Alan Rivers climb. Maintain my know this'd my little sister office magic. I got that glow in your little sister's much jack. Yet. Every dragon has a unique magic. Okay, What's yours? I am a really strong swimmer. Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. You touch this gym piece, and it gave you powers. You know what this means? Right? I no longer need a night light. What? No, you're still connected to the jumps. Magic, not means you can still use it to save the world. If we can get all the other Jen pieces, you can reassemble it and, well, the drooling away. And bring my bar back and bring all of commander back Ryan and sees his journey takes them toe. All five kingdoms of command ra all of which are so vivid and transporting, I found myself wishing they really existed. More than I could have at least seen them on a proper movie screen. There's the town of talent, which is built at the edge of a river and the desert wasteland of tail where Ryan and See Soo must enter a cave of obstacles straight out of an Indiana Jones adventure. As the two of them search for more dragon Jim pieces. They, of course, pick up a few friends along the way. There's a street smart boy who cooks a mean shrimp Con ji and a toddler pickpocket, whom I found more creepy than cute. The movie's most intriguing character is no Mari arrival. Princess from Fang, who's voiced by Gemma Chan. As a side note. Chan and Aquafina both appeared in crazy rich Asians, which, like this movie was co written by Adele Limb. Mari and Roya used to be friends until the fight over the dragon Jim rip them apart. Now they're bitter enemies, and their emotional dynamic is fierce and complicated in ways that relationships are rarely allowed to be in Children's animated films, especially between women. Contrast, See, Sue is all feel good vibes. She's a dragon, after all, with little understanding of how treacherous humans can be. She doesn't get by riot and the Mari distrust each other so why they can't just set their differences aside and defeat the drone together. It's Caesar's sincerity and purity of heart. That makes the stories finale so unexpectedly stirring, especially now. Our fates are closely bound together. It reminds us as it builds a case for forgiveness, reconciliation and mutual sacrifice. The emotional power of riot and the last dragon sneaks up on you. Its lessons aren't knew exactly, but it makes you feel like you're learning them for the first time. Justin
Biden tours Houston after devastating winter storm in Texas
"Joe Biden is vowing to be a partner with Texans as many make repairs Following to winter storms. Environmental Protection Agency has deployed mobile drinking water labs and Houston San Antonio of Fort Worth to test water so we can get so you get boil water advisories lifted and get safe drinking water flowing through those faucets again while visiting Houston today, the president added. FEMA is also providing blankets to help Texans stay warm. He thanked the military for providing aid in time of need. His last stop of the day was in our Ji Park amass covert vaccination site. Biden says the lone Star state is benefiting from the major expansion of vaccination efforts, millions of dollars and hundreds of vaccinators working in community vaccination centers and three mass vaccination centers and Arlington, Dallas and right here in Houston. The president also noted pop up clinics would be going up in major cities to make sure those who don't have transportation can't get a shot. Biden says Cases and hospitalizations were going down, but expressed concern about new Covad variants across the world.
FEMA COVID-19 vaccination site to open at Houston's NRG Park
"Mega site opens Wednesday it in our JI Park here is county Judge Lena Hidalgo says there's no need to pre register if you've already signed up for the vaccine locally. Center will vaccinate people using the city of Houston Weightless and the Harris County wait list that we've already had online. The site is designed to serve 6000 people per day, seven days a week for three weeks before transitioning to second doses for three weeks, a total of 142,000 individuals are expected to be fully vaccinated. The city of
GOP's Thune says Trump allies engaging in 'cancel culture'
"The Senate's number two Republican Senator John Thune, now defending his fellow Republicans who voted to convict former President Trump in the impeachment trial. Boone criticized activists and party leaders for engaging in what he calls cancel culture by rushing to censure Ji. GOP senators who found trump guilty of inciting an insurrection. Thune says there was a strong case made and his fellow senators should not be criticized for voting their conscience. Soon is facing reelection next year. In deeply conservative South Dakota, he voted not to convict the former
WHO team visits Wuhan virus lab at center of speculation
"The World Health Organization is investigating the origin of the covert pandemic in China boxes. Simon Oh, and a team of World Health Organization experts arrives at the Wu Han Institute of Kerala Ji. The lab is being at the center of speculation about the origins of the Corona virus outbreak. One investigator Peter Dash, AC told reporters were looking forward to meeting with all the proof wrinkle here on asking all the important questions that need to be asked. He says the team's visit to Wuhan is going well and that the experts are making progress in learning how the pandemic may have started.
Study links hotter weather and lower student test scores
"When the weather's hot it can be hard to concentrate and learn and research suggests that as the number of hot days increases student achievement suffer the adverse effects appear to accumulate over time. It's almost like a death by a thousand little cuts. Ji-sung park is an assistant professor at the university of california los angeles his team examined standardized test scores from twelve thousand. Us school districts of seven years. They also looked at local temperature data for each district. They found that in years when a school had more holidays than normal average test scores declined but the drop affected some demographic groups more than others. The effective heat on learning appears to be far more pronounced for low income students as well as for underrepresented minority so african american hispanic students. One reason for the disparity is that schools in low income areas often lack air conditioning. So park says that as the climate warms the inequity in education could grow but on the flip side our study also suggests that investments such a school air conditioning could prevent a lot of that adverse impact and help students concentrate on their studies instead of the heat
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"ji" Discussed on KCRW
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Biden makes first Cabinet picks of his administration
"Elect Joe Biden this hour set to name his picks for key Cabinet positions. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen expected for Treasury secretary. She'd be the first woman if confirmed. And another nominee for Homeland security. Alejandro Mayorkas, would be the first Latino and the first immigrant to head the department. There, which deals with border protection. Immigration attorneys Steve Ma Ji, those of us who practice immigration law are thrilled that Someone with the experience and also the background as an immigrant. The empathy that cut on the empathy that comes with it will be A part of this, this new administration and
Washington DC's National Zoo panda cub named Xiao Qi Ji or 'Little Miracle'
"Its name. Three months ago, when the zoo welcomed a new new baby baby boy boy panda, panda, many many watched watched on on Webcams Webcams a a positive positive moment moment during during the the pandemic. pandemic. Now Now nearly nearly 135,000 135,000 people people have have voted voted on on his his new new name, name, which which was was released released this this morning. morning. Join Join us in welcoming Xiao. Shaggy, the zoo Steve Montfort, says Shalchi G translates to little miracle in English. This new panda. Our miracle cub has already brought all of us so much joy in this truly unique time, and he will be a source of our memories for years to come. Under an agreement with the China Wildlife Conservation Association. He'll stay at the National Zoo until he's four, then moved to China. Michelle Morello. W T o P News well due to rising covert 19 cases, Ford's theater is closing
Washington, DC's National Zoo panda cub named Xiao Qi Ji or 'Little Miracle'
"Baby Panda. Has a new name. Three months ago, when the zoo welcomed a new new baby baby boy boy panda, panda, many many watched watched on on Webcams Webcams a a positive positive moment moment during during the the pandemic. pandemic. Now Now nearly nearly 135,000 135,000 people people have have voted voted on on his his new new name, name, which which was was released released this this morning. morning. Join Join us in welcoming Xiao. PG The zoo's Steve Mumford says Shalchi G translates to little miracle in English. This new panda. Our miracle cub has already brought all of us so much joy in this truly unique time, and he will be a source of our memories for years to come. Under an agreement with the China Wildlife Conservation Association. He'll stay at the National Zoo until he's four, then moved to China. Michelle Morello. W T
7 Pro-Democracy Politicians Arrested in Hong Kong Over Heated Meeting
"Democracy politicians in Hong Kong have been been arrested arrested over over scuffles scuffles in in the the city's city's Legislative Legislative council council in in May. May. The The lawmakers lawmakers Wu Wu Ji, Ji, why why Andrew Andrew when when having having a a Wong Wong clock clock wink wink in in Eddie Eddie Chu, Chu, Raymond Chan and Fernando Cheung reported their arrests on Facebook. Lee, so they're charged with contempt and interfering with other members of the council, Hugh Morgan reports. The arrest stem from a chaotic meeting in May when opposing politicians resorted to violence to try to take control of a committee that had been unable to elect a new chairperson. Video from the time shows some pro democracy members being dragged from the chamber by security guards on others being hit by flying placards. Seven politician's face up to a year in prison if convicted. The Legislative Council protests led to Beijing imposing a sweeping new national security law on Hong Kong in late June. Typhoon
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"Arrest made. While many health care professionals now advise against trick or treating during the pandemic. Some people are forging ahead anyways. It shouldn't have to be bad trick or treating when you could just follow some guidelines and we say it, Mom tells Carol seven TV. She will be following all the guidelines tomorrow night, masking up wearing gloves and handing out candy in her front yard. Outside where the virus is less likely to spread. Cairo Radio Whether any remaining showers are pretty much to the east over the mountains right now, elsewhere dry. I have 56 expected today right now. 55 degrees in downtown Seattle. I'm Erin Granola for breaking news highlights. Podcasts and Mohr download the Cairo Radio Cairo radio here for what's next. From the Carter Subaru Studios. Thiss is Ji and Ursula Show with Scott and Ursula Roy Team. Good Morning, G. Good morning, Everybody happy Friday. Did you know I was in a good mood today? Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah, I heard it in our morning meeting and the once you said, or it's Aaron said it's the weekend. Okay. Uh, Good morning, Chef. All good morning. Look what I just want to like, If you could buy this in the store or line and bottle it up and what I mean when I might talking about buying. I'm talking about whatever it is the feeling that you get only Friday. The sun is out in the Seattle area. And let's just say it's payday there Friday. If I could bottle that us if you can purchase that I would pull I would purchase. That was such a good feeling. I paid a premium price for that bottle of goodness. Okay, So what kind of show we're gonna have today? Is it going to be really serious are gonna have fun. Are we going to fight with each other? What we're going to? It's going to be like it always is, which is all of the above. All right, Ursula. Best get to Ursula's top five news stories of the day. As you heard in Aaron's newscasts, Corona viruses, the cases around the state in particular in King County and Snohomish County. They're going so high that contract tracers are struggling to keep up. Dr Jeff Duchin with the Seattle King.
New York Police officer arrested for helping China spy on city’s Tibetan community
"In New York City police officer accused of being a spy for the Chinese government by monitor Ji Yang Wang Ah, community affairs officer who is also in the army reserves, is accused of acting to inform Chinese officials of what ethnic Tibetans are doing in the US and also Providing inside access to New York police for the Chinese Consulate. Angling is a naturalized U. S citizen but also a Chinese native. He faced three other counts in addition to acting as an agent of a foreign government wire fraud, making false statements and obstructing an official proceeding, and Wang did not ask for bail at a hearing Monday but can requested in his next court appearance, which has not yet been
Jiayang Fan On 'How My Mother And I Became Chinese Propaganda'
"We've been talking a lot about how crises collide in this country. The corona virus pandemic has led to serious hardship for many people. And at the same time, longstanding grievances have led to street protests, which are exhilarating for some, but for others, emotionally draining and even destructive, and that's also how it's been. For many individuals. One crisis begets another in a way you never expected. We have a powerful story about that. It's by Ji Young fan, a staff writer at The New Yorker. A recent issue of the magazine. She tells the story of how she and her mother, who's living with a less in a nursing home in New York, became the subject of Chinese propaganda and a vicious campaign of online harassment all because John was trying to get her mother the care she desperately needed during the covert locked down. But it's much more than that. It's also the story of a mother and daughter coming to terms with how they're decades in this country have shaped them. Both thie essay is entitled Motherland and We asked Giant fan to join us and tell us more about it. Giant fan Thank you so much for speaking with us. It's great to be here First. I have to say the essay is both beautiful and devastating. I mean, what what inspires you to write? And I say that because It had to have been hard to right, right? I mean, I didn't intend to write a personal essay, especially one this personal in nature. I intended to write a much shorter piece about the phenomenon off this information and Chinese nationalists trolls in The geopolitical moment that has made their appearance almost par for the course. So when I was writing this much shorter piece, I realized that I wanted to make sure I could give them the humanity that they sometimes don't grant their targets. So when I was reading through the messages where many had wished me to die, and to Pull apart my corpse and things much worse. There was such rage in a fury and in their words. And I detected the existence of a person who was very alive. On the other end of this anonymous attack and He made me think of all the times. My mother when I was growing up in the darkest moments had launched similar attacks on me for being a traitor to her. And for disobeying her, And as I thought about my relationship to her on DH, the trolls on the other side of the world. It made me think about where that resentment comes from, and all the sorrow and the indignity and emotions that we don't often speak of that lives on the other side of that rage. So I guess I'm just trying to understand. Like why would people be attacking someone who came here at eight years old through no decision of her own The polarization. Um off. China and the U. S. Has caused rampant this information to be distributed and I am somewhat stuck in the middle as someone who is of Chinese heritage who spent as you said, You know the first almost eight years of my life in China and then who received an American education and is currently Lives here. So for my detractors, what makes it so personal for them is that China has been a very good job of Telling its citizens that their personal identity is aligned with political identity of China, you know? Propaganda from the Chinese government has been quite successful. And also I remember as a child. I mean that you know, in from our earliest school primers, Tio. What came through the loudspeakers are personal identity was very much intertwined with that of the national and the Communist Party identity so For my detractors. They see what I'm doing as a personal attack on them.
"ji" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"That. That I kind of look at storytelling in filmmaking like it's it's kind of like making Gumbo right like you. You know it's like always so many stories like what's driving stories and the whole world, right? So basically, all you can do is just mix a whole bunch of different ingredients together and hope that you come out with a new mix. That's great or amazing. You know and that's kind of what I try to do here like, yes, I mean there are a lot of. In this, that aren't other things, but you've never seen all the different elements that I have mixed together in this certain way. You know and our kind of. By. Dear, take all these things that you know people are you familiar with whether it's you know future in aliens or human augmentation and or you know the Post. Apocalyptic. Earth. And Fighting and so ships and old like all these things you know and then romance and and just Kinda think he'd be a Lotta Times. You don't see how it's. Strange a lot of people that tell them Oh yeah. Have a SCI FI romance action film and a lot of times. You don't hear those three things together. No, you definitely don't hear sci fi romance definitely a you know you hear socks action all the time you know or maybe your your sci fi film has a love story in it but that's not the crux of it. You know and then kind of what I wanted to do that was different here is I wanted to make something was it's a romance. For the most part you know I was trying to go full on and you know the notebook with it, but it's also sci-fi and it also action in it. and now it's kind of like my mix that I wanNA put together that I've never seen really done before and now it's kind of the new angle that I was trying to put on. My story, the whole genre and everything. And I'm I'm Kinda ask your opinion I kind of believe in this that if you take one element of his story that even could be. It is a main plot, but it is it could stand on its own. So in other words, if the love story is good enough to stand on its own, then you know you can add the action in the satisfy elements and it's all GonNa work because you have that core story that is going to ground the film. Exactly exactly you know and it's it's important that that that course story touches your or make sense because once that does that it makes everything else that which better like when the action has more stakes, right like your investment in the characters and the action actually means something it's not mindless stuff you know and meant the sci fi elements of it. kind of drive the reasoning behind the love and the motions in there in the sale of like everything kind of feeds off. Each Other So it's a short. Not I'm sure there were there were challenges you destroy has to move along a little quicker than it would in a feature. Obviously. So yeah, I guess was your elements that you had to leave APP as you.
"ji" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"And I I saw starting. Of course just her look Yes. She's stunning She's a great actress as well like I watched her Spanish does. She says so much emotion and waste delivers. The, character she brings to her role. Was Great. You know and in the beginning you know is not exactly what I wanted some of the have Spanish. In it but in a way, I kind of liked her natural accent versus her trying to put on a American accent what she can, and they sent me examples of that too. But I just felt like you know her acting just came across as more authentic and real when it was just her natural accent and she's amazing and I was just so happy that she was You know excited to do the project and you know she had the time to do it. I'm going to sell them for sure as a cuban-american with relatives in. Argentina. I can only say that I'm very fond of accent. So I'm glad you kept it. All. Yeah. So the male leaders Peter Peter Adrian sued to can pronounce his name sued data show is that right? No that the male is accurate. Saw Louis Tan Louis Louis, Tan Yeah Okay Peters Villain Peter the Villain Oh. Yes. Okay. Yeah. But Moose also produced this too. Yeah. Louis came on producers actually Louis is someone looking for the lead role I wanted someone you know kind of a Euro Asian mix you. Know wanted someone that had that look. That's what I wanted for the character. But I was can fight now a lot of actors out there what else searching across Lewis and it just so happened that my stunt coordinator knew him personally and and reached out and a little difficult I 'cause you working on a lot of project at the time he was shooting dead for two or I mean On another TV show and and then he was about to go to another one but I was able to meet with them and talk with them and and you know he really you really liked the project I mean he really took to it and you know so when we did the you ever. Just I want, I don't WanNa just acting as I. WanNa be producer want to help you know kind of put it together and make this happen and I was like man that's awesome. You know I'm I'm all for it. just really happy to have him. You know. So all in what the project like that for sure. Johnson yeah I mean. Can you potentially have two people in this movie that can literally explode career-wise coming up? Yeah and they have been. Since we filmed, I feel more of malicious did up new mortal Kombat film that Warner Brothers..
"ji" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"But in all reality everything that seven year and everything was there could potentially happen like we're working on you know genetic Madison's right now the modify our DNA now we're. Now like modified genetic defects. But once you get past that, you know if you're modifying the DNA, you could start modifying it to do other things like you can start modifying not just to fix defects but to make things better or to make things superhero in order to make things like whatever, and at some point, we may get to the point where we're doing that on mass you know and we're all right now we're trying to go to Mars and colonize Mars and eventually we'll colonize other planets maybe then we'll just make planners. So that was kind of the whole thing about their shore that even though a lot of it seems fantastical, it's all things. If we look at their trajectory of the science that we're doing right now, we could eventually so all these things and be in this place. And ultimately, there's consequences that right like the further you push that the further you push us away from our natural humanity, right? That's some of the issues that you know were dealing with. An this film there it sounds like if it goes to series and crossing my fingers for you that you have a lot more to explore than just in a short oh. Yeah. Oh, definitely definitely, and that's you know that's one thing I've definitely done. It expanded out the world's in these characters and the backstory. And motivation and all these things that. That are that are real questions that will have moving forward and we're really dig. Into that and how that all plays out And I think there's just like unlimited amount of stories and things can tell in this world is way really expanded? Right. Yeah. Yeah. Definitely keeping my fingers crossed great. I. Know Does just doesn't pick any films. To put on it. So you're in a pretty nice club. They've shown some great stuff already a people like Pedro Best Gal already on there in a really need to short film to, and it's just really have done some groundbreaking things and with audio drama to in the sci-fi veins so they're killing. Congratulations. It's It's a nice. It's very nice club double onto. Yam sided. Thank you band? It's been a pleasure talking to you and the film is g look forward on dust. To great platform to see it, a lot of eyeballs will definitely get a chance to see an enjoyer film. So congratulations and best of luck. Or thank you. Thank you. All Right, and thank you all for listening to Sifi taught. Please stay safe and yeah I'M GONNA get on my soapbox where a mask really come on until next time. Bye. Bye. States either the Justin Hartley Smallville, and Gemini, Division. I'm where because the fringe? Robert Patrick. Hey, this is James Marsters Sifi talk but Tony Tomato. This is Colin Cunningham also known as Major Davis One stargate s you want I should say either Christopher hired l. from sanctuary. I've played Montague John drew i George Decay and I listened to sci-fi Talk..
"ji" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Mean there was anything I wish we could add it would be more of the backstory but since I was so sure we didn't want to front load it too heavy with like all this stuff you're trying to learn you know before you get into the short thing you know we tried to keep it concise as possible. So you it doesn't take you out. You can kind of yeah. Oh that's cool. Why don't we take a short break? We're talking to bed Griffin. He is the writer and director of Newfield g short film that you'll be able to see on dust and we will be right back. Remind me to tell you sick and tired of your life is the most illogical attitude back with G. Writer and director Ben Griffin Yeah I mean it sounds like your goal if it does well, is to do this as a series rather than a feature film. Is Correct. I mean, honestly, we have both Britain. We do have a feature version of it written and we do have the long form series written as well but preferable. Point would be the series for sure. That's free planning ahead of time. Yeah I mean it's it's something that I do I I write a lot of riding a lot for a while also developing like graphic novels so It's always thinking ideas. I'm writing stuff down I. Tried you know every day or at least a few times a week? Just sit down and write some things you know. So I have our wealth of of things written. That are that are ready to go on because it's just something that I like to do you know. Yeah. So. Special Effects Wise. You are limited time and budget. So how did you approach that? Did you try to do as much on the center in camera as opposed to going totally digital? Yeah, I mean, and that's something like no matter what the budget at least. there. Must make making career I found that. The more you can do on set and the more that you have live and tangible offset the the better your final shots you know when you add effects to it, it's like well something a hundred percent digital it's just hard to like make it look. So that's only no like no matter what the budget I will always try to have as much physical items on as possible even if we're gonNA replace those things. And so that was something that was really important to me. And what their sensitive with something that you know he's a project that I was doing and it's not like we had a client with a release date and we were able to take our time and post which you know may be able to save money on the visual effects like that was that was the longest process of this whole thing with the visual effects. There's like eighty visual effects shots in their everyone. You can't even tell look seamless like it's there but it not you know and so those eighty shots it took us six months also yeah. How to add a company that was in the in the Ukraine doing it so it's a help of cost, but you know they're a great company they do a lot of work. So we kind of had to have them do this between their other projects and other things they had would take priority. So. It was a long process, but it it it allowed us to do it within the budget we add which wasn't that much..
"ji" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
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