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Fresh update on "jiang" discussed on Sex is Not For Sissies
"Menopause is the decline of this Jiang are urging, but symptoms can be different if the yen or young. Is Auto Balance Therefore, women's should choose foods, herbs, and spices according to their own unique symptoms says not one size fits all you eat according to what symptoms you have to balance your your body and mind. Well okay. So let's just. Take a step back a second and. I'll use myself as a case study When I was growing up I was always active. I played a sports Iran trag play tennis play basketball and I was fit in trim. and. Then I started eating too sometimes supplement loneliness or anger or this eating sugar try to stay awake while getting an exam or something to wear my diet approach to life was just a mess. and. I watched my I watched women in my family do similar things in everyone in my family kind ahead the same menopausal. effects. And they would have hot flashes. The might wake up at night they have to use the bathroom all the time they. Complained about sexual pain. and. All of these things you're saying could be different if we just be more imbalanced. Yes Lifestyle and dietary habits determine what kind of Menopausal woman is going to have if you have four diets and if you deplete your Jing savings account, you will be more likely to severe symptoms during menopause if capture body in balance if you. Paid attention to your emotions and not reach to ice cream and Kennedy. That's what I like the reach wreck. That's why I mentioned that projecting. Then if you if incorporated healthy meals if meditate if you rest enough, you can sleep enough. if we don't burn the candle on both ends, right then are the metaphor symptoms will not be severe disruptive. Well, you know how do you do that in in a society where we have just decided that burning candle both ends is necessary I know we're going to have part two to this In case there are people who are wondering, where are you going to get to the specifics? We are going to get to the specifics a little bit later but how do you tell someone who may come to you? How they can get out of this candle burning situation I. Know the situation with covert nineteen is forced many of us to back up and be still a little better but it seems like everyone is then gone out and eating all their hibernation snacks In one day game founds. So what do you tell people who are trying to find a way to slow down? As the exactly like this low then be more mindful pay attention sue to what you doing peon Shen how much time again, I'm speaking for myself how much time I spend on social media versus going to bed earlier? I'm again for myself I shouldn't watch the third or fourth episodes on nets lakes..
Elaine Pearson on free speech at UNSW
"Battle of free speech on Australian University campuses. Allying piece was interviewed by the Media Department at the University of new. South. Wales about the human rights implications of Hong. Kong's new national security role as. Director at Human Rights Watch and an adjunct law lecturer at the university. She expressed concern about the laws and called on the United Nations Secretary General to appoint a special envoy in Hong Kong. Well, it's hardly a very controversial stuff in democracy lock Australia Russia. Will sell you think. We'll after the article, win online the pro. Chinese Communist Party students at the university they demanded the article be removed. You see caused a fence it was hurtful to the communist government in China. The university caved in and pulled the article. Only. After an outcry in the press was the article riposted. So. How did we get to the point when one of Australia's leading universities agrees to political censorship in favor of another nation state? Elaine. Joins me now aligned welcome to between the lines. Great to have you on the program. Thanks Tom. Now, the article is back on the University of New South Wales website but with caveats that the views expressed do not represent the views of the university you happy with this outcome. Well I'm glad that they put it back up. But I am pretty disappointed at the university's response I mean I think you know the views expressed in that article of us about the human rights situation in Hong Kong and I think that shouldn't be something that should be controversial and I was a bit surprised actually that the university was so quick to distance themselves from those views and I think you know I presumed that the ferocity of the campaign by the Pro Chinese Communist Party. Students really took them by surprise. But I think now the question really is how is Going to respond to this and I, think the students you know really are looking to see what is going to be the public response and what next is the university going to do to address these shoes mind you. This is not the only incident of academic freedom being compromised. Can you tell us about some of the other cases? Yeah, Human Rights Watch has actually been documenting Chinese document lit threats to academic freedom since two thousand fifteen not just in Australia about universities all around the world we've looked cases in the US the UK Canada France and right here, and what we've seen is that there is A universities are in a tight bind because the become quite dependent on foreign students. Many of those students coming from China those students have a very different world view, many of them and when they come here. Obviously you know coming here should come with a guarantee of academic freedom and what these should be quite basic things for an Australian university education. But in reality if those students try and for instance, join protests on campus about Hong Kong or Fin Jiang they are often then reported to the Chinese consulates So they are very afraid of doing anything like that they just. Try and keep the hits down and you know you only have to look at the controversy that's happened on Q. Withdrew Pavlou and how he has been treated to see that you know we you know it's not a very impressive response from the universities to to say, Scott Free speech and academic freedom only sorts of sensitive topics like shin-jang like Hong Kong, and like human rights in China. Now you mentioned drew heavily, he was expelled from the University of Queensland in part. For, organizing, what was it very noisy pro Hong Kong protests is that right? Well, he's been suspended. So I, think you know the industry who six months suspension six month suspension so He has been you know he's had been a pretty provocative campaigner. Some of these methods may have been a bit unorthodox, but at the end of the day, look at what happened to him on on that campus I. Mean there were fistfights erupting you cue between the different student groups you had in our pro CCP's students you know supporting the Communist Party trying to tear down. The messages from? Hong, Kong democracy supporters and the only person who's actually suffered any retaliation or reprisals is is drew himself, and so we wanna see universities really safeguard academic freedom and free speech and I think that means also acting against those who are intimidating or harassing all those on campus and making the campus a safe space to express all sorts of different views. Now in your case, a lot of the outrage amongst the Chinese students was expressed and organized I understand on Chinese soil media platforms way chat. which are now apparently watched by Beijing and to what extent you concerned about those platforms like we had and I think the other one is is a waiver we Yes that's right. Yeah I mean. These were the platforms where they organize. Look if students want to express different view an opposing you that's fine I think. I'm concerned is the extent to which this campaign became one of intimidating and harassing other students who expressed different views and as I understand it were threats made that they would report people to the Chinese consulate. For expressing excuse so I think the universities actually really need to monitor. Their social media channels and not just use them as a means of advertising for you know potential new students come to the university but also make sure that those channels are being you know being up being watched not to to censor free speech. But as I said, you know where that free speech is crossing the line. I also think they just need to be clear to the students. You know what what that means that it means. Going to a means being exposed to two different views and a free to discuss and debate those issues, but you're not free to shut down. The views of others. Of course, a line universities in Australia and this is cried sacred I've become increasingly dependent on. Overseas students for their budgets. Some have more diversified student bodies but others locked. University of new, South, Wales away opposite talking about University of New South Wales because of your special case this week they heavily concentrated on the Chinese market now since covert. US W has been one of the hardest hit by travel restrictions at recently made nearly I think five hundred staff redundant. Do you think this budget anxiety affected their handling of the issue align peace and? Yes I've been I think this reliance on the revenue from foreign students is something that you know all universities are facing now and so it it is putting them in a difficult position but I think that's why actually universities need to have a unified front. I think they really need to look at their existing. Codes of conduct they don't actually deal with these issues of foreign students might come from very different oil you, and so you know what I've suggested to you, and it's still view and to many other universities in Australia is to adopt a twelve point code of conduct specifically on these issues and they need to be alive to these issues. They need to incorporate it more into the orientation when you foreign students coming to campus so that they really understand what academic freedom means with our and they need to sort of monitor and. Safeguard, for you know acts of intimidation or harassment because I'm not so worried about myself but I'm more worried about other students on campus who will see how the situation has developed and then they might be too scared to speak out on. Hong Kong will fit in the classroom or other academics who might think twice about taking a meteorological on Hong Kong because they'll be worried about the potential backlash. So you know I think universities really need to take a stand on this and you know it needs to be done. You know jointly. By by all USTRALIAN universities.
A Look at Police Body Cam Technologies, and Where They Fall Short
"The nationwide protests over the killing of George, Floyd brought many things alight from racial inequality to police brutality. One issue that's come back to the forefront is whether or not police body cams are effective tools to hold officers accountable. I'm Roger Jiang. This is your daily charge with me senior video producer Butch Kerry who was a video out today discussing this various you welcome bridget. Thanks for having me. So body cameras really spiked popularity with the police back between fourteen talk about what really sparked this move answer where we are today yeah. It really began with Michael Brown because when he was shot by a white police officer in two thousand fourteen, there was no video footage to show it happened in the officer didn't face charges. So the family came out and Please request thought you know there's a movement that police can wear body cameras that was pushed even further by President Obama also saying that this should be the change for the future. Then there were federal grant setup to help departments pay for them. So you did have this big increase in police departments trying to help their relationship with the community and saying, Hey, we're going to have body cameras now but I mean that was present fourteen and I feel like we're still at the same place which. Is why I wanted to do this report and look into how do they work and why are we still at the same place and it really comes down to how different departments are using the cameras zero zillion talk a little bit about that and just to give our listeners a sense of how broadly there used. I, know you mentioned those grants to the Justice Department awarded place apartments in thirty states more than twenty three, million dollars for body Cam. So how many police officers actually use them? That the data right now, when you look at the statistics, it's looking like about half of our nation right now has officer some way or another obviously is hard to be exactly of small apartments, large departments but right now the idea looks like about half the country has law enforcement wearing some kind of camera or has tested out cameras some. In some way I, mean issues basic the you have officers wear cameras people will change their behavior when they know they're being recorded right there's more trust now when they're when there's a cameras more accountability these really lofty goals for one piece attack at there have been a few snags along the way. Of them being cost of storage because you have all these officers recording when they come into a situation every day. So figure, every officer has maybe three or four hours of recording everyday they have to store in the cloud. Well, how long are they storing that and how much is needing to be saved It's all different depending on every single up police department. So sometimes, it's months sometimes years and you're looking at costs in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. One department only had five police officers in the little town of Nebraska, and they were looking at something around fifteen grand. A year and this is like not folk is not feasible for every department to pay this because those those grants we talked about they don't cover ongoing storage costs. So some departments have been pulled out of using them because they don't see it's it's useful for them to be paying for it because the storage storage is definitely issued cost is an issue. These unforeseen costs are a real. Red Flag but bring it back to you know the ultimate idea that these cameras were supposed to bring accountability and to prove relations with the community was twenty and we're still protesting about police brutality Take things are worse than they ever are they have been. So what happened how did they fail to accomplish that goal? I wouldn't call them an outright failure, but it certainly is a failure in A. Couple of aspects one It goes back to how these tools are being used for one A officers have the ability for the most part right now to start and stop the recording on their own because they they really feel like you should have that kind of freedom. Do you really want a camera to be always turned on in every instance? No not when you're visiting someone at the hospital Having a private conversation or just you know having your lunch that said, what are the punishments if you don't hit that record button when you were supposed to or finding that there isn't a lot of incentive to do the right thing or I should say you know punishment if you miss a recording when you're supposed to at least that's what a lot of the researchers I talked to were saying that. If if you don't activate your camera, you know what's the consequence for that That's that's one area that's missing. Other area that that's missing is how can the public get access to this footage to be accountable? You countless studies have been done, and most recently they looked at all the studies and said, all right. What's the data we're seeing that there are fewer complaints against police officers. That's a good thing. We're seeing that police officers have footage to say, Hey, look I was justified that this was a false complaint against me. Great cameras are showing the truth in different aspects but a cameras show every angle of the story that happened and the cameras only as good as being able to release the footage. So some researchers I talked to said. We WanNA. See more data on can the public access when they want to receive some change now in New York City the mayor said that anytime now there is an incident where someone killed or seriously injured they will release footage but for a while there was this law that said, they don't have to release anything. We'll as a camera that you know. So so that's really the problem. I it comes down to not having a uniformed a set of rules or standards on win. This footage can be released in how it can be used. To the point of consistency, you mentioned New York City Mayor de Blasio a changes law he's fairly alone. He's he's sort of serve an isolated case right? Because the the rules are very greatly I don't think there's any kind of national mandate to be more transparent about when they released this footage ride, we're starting to see changes win the public points, their camera at a situation and out that officers didn't have their cameras turned on over in. Louisville when there was a shooting at the restaurant owner those officers who did not activate. Their cameras were put on leave a might my questions are okay they're put on leave but they're suspended. Where are you know the the more serious deterrence there? You know what's happening people are losing their jobs over it out win when government realized that the spotlight's on them you know but we have to look at what's going on in terms of using them. There is some technology though that is kind of starting to change that part of it like having a camera automatically turn on when it senses something's happening it could be win a Taser guns pulled out of a holster. It could be also not so serious like when it detects a police vehicle going at a certain speed or detects other kind of check marks author software so that Way If an officer is in the heat of the moment and can't remember to turn on their camera. It does it for them There's also talk about live streaming. So some of the cameras are able to have a superior back at home base tap into what that officer is seen in real time. That is a great advantage. When something serious is going down, they get a real time feedback. But. It's something that they're also can be push back with with police unions going wait a second I don't want someone seeing what I'm doing all times I don't live streaming only a few departments really have started to use livestream I. Think Cincinnati was one of the first that used the teaser brand of version of livestream on their cameras, and that was just February so very early for that technology but there's a lot of talk about that.
Pompeo says U.S. to impose visa curbs on Huawei over rights
"Of State Mike Pompeo says the U. S. Will impose visa restrictions on certain employees of Chinese tech companies, including NPR's Jackie North, and reports Pompeo calls the telecommunications giant an arm of Chinese government, Pompeo says Huawei provides material support to Beijing as its sensors, political dissidents and commits human rights abuses in the northwest province of Xin, Jiang and elsewhere. Pompeo also put telecommunication companies around the world on notice. You're doing business with human rights abusers if they use wa way, the Trump administration believes what way and many other Chinese tech companies and social media platforms are being used to feed information back to Beijing. And his pressured allies not to use Wa Way equipment. President Trump applauded Britain's announcement yesterday that it ban wa wait from five G development in the United Kingdom.
"jiang" Discussed on Asian Enough
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"jiang" Discussed on Asian Enough
"I'm going to actually start by saying. You are a White House correspondent. You're also mom. You have this crazy busy schedule. We had to even reschedule the reporting at least once because of a briefing came up at the last minute. What's sense? Can you give us of what your actual life is like? What is your schedule I'm like what her life of a White House correspondent. And how do you deal with it? Well, it is really busy. Obviously, just because of the the rate at which stories are breaking and developing, and I don't have anything to compare to. Because I didn't cover a previous administration in the same capacity, and so this is my normal, and before the pandemic, even before the protests unfolded across the country after George Floyd was killed. It was really a chaotic atmosphere just because <hes>. You never knew what was going to happen in any given day. You know those two things added on to the. Busy schedule has really changed our day to day. Just because we're also living through the pandemic, and all that to say, though like I said, this is what I've known. Since I started covering president trump, and so I've sort of adapted to how Hectic Day can be and I guess in some ways you know. The pace of my day feels normal by now you just adjust, and you know I am a working mom and I, I think that all working moms can relate that we never. Have enough time for anything, but we somehow that said find the time in the moments to squeeze everything in that we have to do so I find. It's pretty thrilling to juggle so many things <hes>. I, get bored really easily, and I don't have to worry about that these days. Yeah, I heard an earlier interview. You Start Your Day at four am like. You really are hard working journalists and as journalists who doesn't work that. Sue Credible to hear I'm sure that's not true. Thank you for saying that? You know it's just because? If we're doing the morning show which starts at seven. There's so many things that break overnight <hes> and obviously we have to make sure we have the best information the newest information for our viewers and so <hes>. Yeah, it's it's. It's never ending I. Want to turn to different subject. I can't imagine what it was like being an on camera correspondent and reporting on Krona virus during a time when people are just casually associating Asian faces in necessities with the virus. Tell us what was on your mind in February and March when these reports of harassment and Were coming to light, and did you ever worry that being Chinese American would make you a target like especially being you know such a public face. What was on my mind, was my parents actually because I was hearing about the discrimination against members of the Asian American community I was hearing about elderly people being harassed and targeted and shouted at and I could just easily imagine that happening to my family members and that was really. Hard because I knew it wasn't just me I knew everybody who looks like me in this country was sort of grappling with the same thing in wondering. How is this going to impact my personal life for me? It was that while balancing covering the story. Obviously, because at that time we knew so little and I knew everyone no matter. Their ethnicity was desperate for information about what was happening and what they could do to protect themselves, and how the virus was spreading. was there anything we could do to stop it and so there were so many layers to this story that I quickly realized. Can't be separated especially in the Asian American community. In fact, one of my first stories I ever did on Cova nineteen was not about the medical part. It was about a growing number of attacks. I went to New York City actually to cover to cover it because even in a city like New York, which is you know supposed to be the most representative of what this country is in terms of the mosaic, even there people were experiencing a lot of discrimination and so I felt it was really important early on to tell that story, and to make people aware so that the behavior was. Was Not normalized and of course that piece of it has evolved and I. I unfortunately can't say it's gotten better because I know. There are different coalitions and groups that are tracking and aggregating the number of attacks on people, and they continue to rise, and so it is concerning and I think that we can't stop reporting on <hes> these incidents because again that makes them seem normal whether they're verbal attacks or physical attacks. We have to continue to bring them to light
CBS News White House correspondent Weijia Jiang
"I'm going to actually start by saying. You are a White House correspondent. You're also mom. You have this crazy busy schedule. We had to even reschedule the reporting at least once because of a briefing came up at the last minute. What's sense? Can you give us of what your actual life is like? What is your schedule I'm like what her life of a White House correspondent. And how do you deal with it? Well, it is really busy. Obviously, just because of the the rate at which stories are breaking and developing, and I don't have anything to compare to. Because I didn't cover a previous administration in the same capacity, and so this is my normal, and before the pandemic, even before the protests unfolded across the country after George Floyd was killed. It was really a chaotic atmosphere just because You never knew what was going to happen in any given day. You know those two things added on to the. Busy schedule has really changed our day to day. Just because we're also living through the pandemic, and all that to say, though like I said, this is what I've known. Since I started covering president trump, and so I've sort of adapted to how Hectic Day can be and I guess in some ways you know. The pace of my day feels normal by now you just adjust, and you know I am a working mom and I, I think that all working moms can relate that we never. Have enough time for anything, but we somehow that said find the time in the moments to squeeze everything in that we have to do so I find. It's pretty thrilling to juggle so many things I, get bored really easily, and I don't have to worry about that these days. Yeah, I heard an earlier interview. You Start Your Day at four am like. You really are hard working journalists and as journalists who doesn't work that. Sue Credible to hear I'm sure that's not true. Thank you for saying that? You know it's just because? If we're doing the morning show which starts at seven. There's so many things that break overnight and obviously we have to make sure we have the best information the newest information for our viewers and so Yeah, it's it's. It's never ending I. Want to turn to different subject. I can't imagine what it was like being an on camera correspondent and reporting on Krona virus during a time when people are just casually associating Asian faces in necessities with the virus. Tell us what was on your mind in February and March when these reports of harassment and Were coming to light, and did you ever worry that being Chinese American would make you a target like especially being you know such a public face. What was on my mind, was my parents actually because I was hearing about the discrimination against members of the Asian American community I was hearing about elderly people being harassed and targeted and shouted at and I could just easily imagine that happening to my family members and that was really. Hard because I knew it wasn't just me I knew everybody who looks like me in this country was sort of grappling with the same thing in wondering. How is this going to impact my personal life for me? It was that while balancing covering the story. Obviously, because at that time we knew so little and I knew everyone no matter. Their ethnicity was desperate for information about what was happening and what they could do to protect themselves, and how the virus was spreading. was there anything we could do to stop it and so there were so many layers to this story that I quickly realized. Can't be separated especially in the Asian American community. In fact, one of my first stories I ever did on Cova nineteen was not about the medical part. It was about a growing number of attacks. I went to New York City actually to cover to cover it because even in a city like New York, which is you know supposed to be the most representative of what this country is in terms of the mosaic, even there people were experiencing a lot of discrimination and so I felt it was really important early on to tell that story, and to make people aware so that the behavior was. Was Not normalized and of course that piece of it has evolved and I. I unfortunately can't say it's gotten better because I know. There are different coalitions and groups that are tracking and aggregating the number of attacks on people, and they continue to rise, and so it is concerning and I think that we can't stop reporting on these incidents because again that makes them seem normal whether they're verbal attacks or physical attacks. We have to continue to bring them to light
"Exploration is dangerous work. There are unknowns challenging landscapes severe weather to contend with, and that's just the tip of the iceberg at extreme locations or just factual, non metaphorical icebergs and everything gets much more difficult. Early. Expeditions to the Arctic and Antarctic circles near the north and South Poles were some of the most incredible undertakings in history. Of course there were plenty of failures, but every time someone tried. It helps the people who came after. Learn a little bit more. By the early nineteen hundreds several different parties from many different places had succeeded in exploring the frigid areas and returning to tell the tale. Eight! Adele Tuck was born not too far from this brutal cold, She I opened her eyes in eighteen ninety in Alaska, not far from the city of nome, which is on the West Central Coast at one time. Alaska was known to Americans as seward's folly because Secretary of State William, seward purchased the land from Russia for seven million dollars in eighteen, sixty seven. People thought it was a terrible mistake and a waste of money, but when golden were discovered, there seward was like who's laughing now y'all seward's folly more like seward's stroke of genius that you all were super wrong about L. K. man. We get it. Anyway Alaska would still not even become an official US territory until Ada was a teenager, she was initiate one of the indigenous groups of people native to land. But growing up, she never learned the survival ways and traditions of her tribe. She was raised by missionaries people who moved to the area to set up a school in order to convert people to their religion. It's a circumstance that happened to many native Americans and as a result, many traditions were lost for generations some forever. In school eight learned to read and write English read the Bible and learned cooking and other domestic skills, the reading and writing served her well, but as you might have guessed in a story about exploration, these domestic skills would not go near as far in helping her as more traditional skills like hunting, tracking and survival might have. As a young adult! Sixteen! She married a man named Jack Black. Jiang. Yep. You heard that, right? Jack Black Jack. No. He was not a cartoon outlaw, nor was he a professional poker player. He was a dog musher hauling freight across Alaska on a sled pulled by dogs. Together! They had three kids. Sadly, only one survived a boy named Bennett. But one day, Jack Blackjack left the family high and dry. Up and left her in the middle of nowhere which in Frigid Alaska can be a pretty serious predicament. Though he was not the greatest of guys she did keep his greatest of names and earned her future fame as Ada blackjack. When Jack blackjack deserted her. She was forty miles from their home in known, and she and Ben Walked the entire way back in the bitter Alaskan cold to make matters worse than it was very sick with burke. And infection of the lungs, so ada quite a small woman carried the boy much of the way.
Trump says he won't wear a mask in front of cameras
"Trump says he tested negative yesterday morning for corona virus exposure which is why he chose not to wear a mask for most of his tour of a Ford plant in Michigan now producing ventilators CBS news correspondent we Jiang reports on the president's decision to taunt the media instead of respecting as C. E. O.'s request to follow the rules and the law sources at board tells CBS news officials did everything they could to get president trump to wear a mask which she actually did for a portion of the tour captured by somebody who was there at the visit quickly took a political turn no surprise since Michigan is a critical battleground state that will play a key role in the president's reelection campaign of president trump flaunted a face mask to show he had the option of wearing one I think I look better in the mass I really can't explain why he chose not to put it on even though Ford's company policy is for everyone to do so before this back area but I didn't want to give the press the pleasure of seeing it Michigan's Attorney General said it's also the state law if he fails to wear a mask he's going to be asked not to return to any enclosed facilities inside our state the president has been at war with Michigan Democrats threatening to withhold federal funding and accusing officials of engaging in voter fraud we're not going to go to voting by mail voting by mail is rocked with fraud and abuse earlier the president tried to discredit a new study from Columbia University that found about thirty six thousand American lives could have been saved if federal social distancing guidelines were implemented just one week before they went into effect on March fifteenth Columbia is that institution that's a very liberal but in early March president trump was downplaying the threat most of those people are gonna be fine medical experts say a lack of testing then and now continues to plague the U. S. a new study by the university of Minnesota calls it a mass and says the national testing plan is critical if schools and workplaces are to re open safely doctor Sheesh John is the director of the Harvard global health institute is every state can't figure out the whole thing by itself and you need federal got a guidance and a true national strategy for having enough trust and then making sure the right kind of people are being tested president trump says the U. S. is outperforming every country when it comes to testing as he tries to reassure Americans who are going back to work he said if there's a second wave of infections which health officials warn is very likely he will not shut down the country
Victoria Chang: Obit (Part One)
"I rent her for the first time. After I read a review of her new book in The Los Angeles Review of books the book is called Albeit. It's published by the Wonderful Poetry Press Copper Canyon and I have been living in the wake of my parents death for some time and been living in an amalgam of grief and sorrow and memory loss and this book obe. It is remarkable book about the death of the poets parents written in the form of orbits of obituaries brief obits eventually as the book proceeds golfed is lost is language dies. The death of the parent is the death of much of what we value in life. If we allow ourselves to feel it now as I understand it this book had a burst of Creation. That led to your writing poem after poem after poem. What was that like? It was exhausting actually but necessary My mom died in in August of Twenty fifteen and it was so incredibly depressing in so many ways and the typical things that happen to people. You know you just feel so so bad worse than you've ever felt and could imagine that you could ever feel and I've always written as a way to sort of navigate the world but I didn't want to write traditional allergies for all sorts of reasons and so I just read a lot in those may be six to eight months when I wasn't writing anything in I read a lot of nonfiction. Actually so books about grief. Joan diddy in Meghan. O'rourke really wonderful writers. I I read them all and Sometime in maybe February or March I was sitting in a car and listening to NPR and Heard a piece on a documentary called obits in the documentary is all about obituary writers. And so there's just something about the way that that word just hung in my ears with that long and short t- that I went home in started just writing these obituaries. Pichu Aries for everything that we lose when someone dies and that's sort of what happened with this process. It was two weeks I hardly slept. Hardly ate ice just sort of kept on going and it was this really Cathartic Less Azeri process for my own grieving. Had that ever happened to you before a period of inspiration. That didn't let up. Yeah I after I had my children. I just didn't have any time left for any so I'm sure lots of people of your listeners can relate to that and Yes so I ended up writing. Starting maybe with my third book the boss which Mix Sweeney's did and I just you know right in pockets so any pocket that I can find if I'm feeling that I in that sort of how Britain since that book is in you know in cars in waiting for them to finish things and That kind of inspiration kind of hits me now in ways it. It never used it before. And I don't know if that's a function of just getting older or just not having time or a combination of all those things and feeling a lot more passion and deep nece and Emotions that I hadn't felt before when I was younger. This tawdry book bit by my Guest Victoria. Jiang was that rare thing for poetry books. It was useful. It was giving me instruction on because among the obituaries there are several that Vittoria rights for herself. The self who knew her parents who lived with her parents. You become aware really. That part of your grief is for the person you knew before who took it. As a matter of course that your parents might be elderly. They might be ill but they were always there and suddenly a language that you're used to speaking that you don't really necessarily regard is particularly consulting. That language is gone and you need. It's consolation anyone. Who's how'd anyone died? Hardly feels all of these things But I had never experienced that before and you know my father is actually still alive but he died twelve years ago in my mind because he lost all of his ability to communicate to me in ways that we used to talk In my mother you know used to have a very sort of our own language in many ways and it sounds so cliche but every single person I feel like we know where we need and we know well. We have our own special way of communicating with that person and special looks. You know little little ways of not saying things or just words that only use with each other and when they die. You don't really think about this when they're alive because you take them for granted but they take it all away with them.
Dr. Anthony Fauci on the risks of reopening too fast
"The nation's top infectious disease expert is set to tell the Senate there will be needless suffering and death of the country re opens too fast Dr Anthony Fauci indicates lab in an email to The New York Times and his warning comes as president trump makes no claims about corona virus testing with the reported death toll now topping eighty thousand CBS's we Jiang says the president believes the country has prevailed and met the moment we certainly have done a great job on testing president trump praised his administration's efforts to provide corona virus testing throughout the country one of his top health experts said the US currently has the capacity to conduct three million tests per week but some experts say the U. S. needs to perform at minimum more than six million per week the president claimed widespread testing is already available as far as the Americans getting a test they should all be able to get a test right now but just moments after admiral Brett Jr walked corrected that anybody who needs a test can get a test in America your rise says tests are actually limited to those who need them like people who have called the nineteen symptoms or are participating in contact tracing Mr trump said White House staffers will now be required to wear masks except in their own offices but president trump is exempt from that rule and dismissed the idea that a lack of precautions lead to infections I don't think the system broke down at all it could happen it's a hidden enemy I'm Stephen Portnoy the president insists the numbers are coming way down in the coming down rapidly and but outside of New York City coronavirus cases are on the rise the president insists the economy will come roaring back it's a transition to greatness but he suggested without offering evidence that some democratic governors are dragging their heels for political purposes there just seems to be no effort on certain blues H. to get back into
White House Races to Contain Virus in Its Ranks
"CBS news update three members of the White House coronavirus task force are in quarantine but no special precautions for the president and vice president apparently after two west wing staff cases CBS's we Jiang on the third person the head of the National Guard tested positive on Saturday afternoon just before a meeting with the president and other military officials the general was reportedly forced to skip the gathering though later a second test came up
Trump's disinfectant idea shocking and dangerous, doctors say
"Many health experts say it could be dangerous that is daily briefing the president brought up the idea of injecting disinfectants into people's bodies as a way to fight the corona virus CBS's we judge Jiang president trump indicated this came from his own head and he said it would be a good idea to look at a possible treatment but stressed he was just throwing it out there as a
Senate Dem leader: 'We have a deal' on major elements of nearly $500B virus aid package for small businesses, hospitals
"Congressional leaders on Capitol Hill say they are close to announcing an agreement with the trump administration on a new coronavirus relief deal Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer says it could pass in about three hours corresponded we did Jiang with what the billing details the White House and lawmakers have been working out a deal and and really talking about figures how much money will be added to the pot and where that will go in so far it looks like about three hundred and ten billion dollars will be approved for a second round of aid to help the small businesses with a about sixteen billion set aside just for minority owned businesses in those smaller businesses that really felt like they were lost in the shuffle there also be money to go to hospitals and a national testing strategy at least that's what Democrats this is the fourth bill to ease the economic toll from the
Melania Trump tweets photo of herself in a mask, encourages Americans to wear them in public
"President trump says he hopes things are back up and running by may first correspondent we G. Jiang medical experts say public health has to take priority over the economy many can't imagine returning to normal by may without travel restrictions everyone wearing masks and widespread testing First Lady melania trump rarely makes public statements but she tweeted out a picture of herself wearing a mask and urging others to do the
Trump says US will open up 'sooner rather than later'
"The president is talking about a return to work CBS as we judge Jiang president trump tweeted the country would open up sooner rather than later and our economy will boom perhaps like never before Mr trump often talks about re opening the economy as if there's an on off switch but it will be up to the states and local governments to make those decisions says it won't happen until we're on the down side of the slope
Coronavirus warship row: Acting US Navy secretary resigns
"Acting secretary of the navy has resigned as the Pentagon says two hundred thirty sailors aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt in Guam have tested positive for the virus results from half the crew are still pending CBS news correspondent we Jiang reports from the White House Thomas Moseley was just five months into the job when the corona virus found its way onto the rose about president trump supported his decision to fire the captain over the handling of the virus and said even though most of these per fan rant about it was a mistake he didn't have to resign Thomas no lease full throated apology for making alarming remarks about U. S. S. rose about captain Brett closure was not enough to save his job Moby was heckled by the ship's crew as he told them he fired the popular crozier for writing a letter about the corona virus spreading on board and the commanding officer of a ship like this
Cloud Kitchen Platform with Ashley Colpaart
"Ashley Cole Part. Welcome to software and Jiang daily. Thanks for having me. There are a variety of ways that I can order food on my phone these days. I've got UBEREATS and Jordache Post mates and these. Apps first came out six or seven years ago and I was just ordering food from normal restaurants. A courier was picking up the food from the restaurant but today the market has matured. And it's gotten more sophisticated. How has the world changed due to the fact that there is so much volume going through food delivery APPS? I don't I don't know if I even have the answer to that. It's like there's more on demand couriers and workers that are able to kind of make their own hours set their own hours and work when they feel like it. And there's more people that are able to you know get a pizza or a sandwich or Sushi. Brought to them at any place in their community without having to leave their office or the park or wherever they are so. It's more like it's a convenience economy and people are able to just get get what they need when they wanted. And that's the biggest change I think. That's that's the society's feeling. Could you explain the term cloud kitchen? Sure so like you mentioned in the in the question. Is You know people. Typically restaurants would produce food for delivery and it would be kind of coming directly out of their restaurant kitchen but with a rise in delivery and the rise with demand in delivery restaurants are feeling strapped and constrained by that rise because most restaurants are not designed for delivery designed for in restaurant dining. It's just a different model. So the idea of a cloud kitchen is to really centralize the production of food producers. So that it's easier for delivery drivers to pick these things up and deliver them direct to consumer so a lot of the Times. The larger companies are playing with data. They're seeing a large demand through these delivery. Apps for specific types of food in their able to cater to that demand by creating what they call virtual restaurant concepts that may exist only in the cloud. They may just be a brand that exists only in the cloud that delivers food and or they could be a restaurant that needed to expand into delivery and so decided to rent a kitchen space. Off-site off premise. From their restaurant they keep the same brand. They optimize their menu for delivery. But they're doing that. Production in a large facility. Can you kind of think of a warehouse that has multiple kitchen units in it and you can imagine multiple brands making multiple types of food under one roof? These kinds of giant industrial warehouse. Kitchens where today there could be multiple virtual restaurants existing in them. Did these kinds of warehouse sized kitchens exist before there were food delivery apps and the desire for these cloud kitchens. Yeah I think that the original version of this concept was the mall food court where you could bring a family of five to the mall. Food Court in your daughter wants a hot dog and you want chicken tenders or Mexican food or or whatever and you're able to kind of get all of those slices from one food court. It's a little similar to that except for that the pickup option tends to not be existent in these in these facilities. So I would say that was like the first version of that and it's also funny you know having a new term coined by the industry so the cloud kitchen or the ghost kitchen or or virtual restaurant like technical branded terms for something that's existed a long time which is the idea of commissary kitchen which is just a centralized location for mass food production when those of existed since we started having the necessity for licensed commercial spaces that are you know licensed by the health department. Can you tell me about the business model of these warehouse? Kitchens Shire so there's there's a couple of different models that are trying to gain some market traction right now one would be the the warehouse model where there's again multiple brands under one roof. But they're renting out these spaces to an existing brand and the brand rents the space and access to the distribution channels and technology. Just so they have a turnkey situation for which sell this food as an extension of their existing brand another model that is emerging is the facility itself is in Unbrella Company for their own brands. So you might have kind of a a wing shop in a burrito place at a Sushi restaurant but they're all owned by the same kind of restaurant group or LLC that oversees the facility and they are optimizing their menus and optimizing their production and menus based on the concept that they have under that roof some of the food that I might order on from a food delivery APP. Some of it might come from a virtual restaurant that runs entirely out of these warehouse. Kitchens when did we start to see virtual restaurants start to appear on? These APPS. Like Uber Eats. When did it start to to be the case that I am not necessarily ordering from a restaurant? This is somewhat of a new phenomenon. This is kind of more in the last three to five years. I think New York City was the first place that it saw the rise in in the ability to do this and to optimize for it and since then you know as the VC money starts flowing in in the concept starts to gain traction within the business world you start seeing them popping up kind of all over the place the problem is or concern is to the consumer. It's difficult to tell where your food is coming from. In this is kind of at odds with the consumer demand of wanting at the same time to have more knowledge about where their food comes from so that disentanglement and not knowing is coming from an existing restaurant is coming from a commissary kitchen. Is this coming from a cloud kitchen or frankly is this coming from. Somebody's home kitchen where they're just producing it home. And then hopping on one of these delivery APPs. It's Kinda hard to tell. We don't really know that there's a lot of looseness happening with it. So let's say I want to set up my own virtual restaurant today. So let's say I have an idea for a restaurant that serves exclusively toast. It serves Geez. Toast cinnamon sugar toast French toast. I WANNA get started immediately. I want to start as fast as I can today to start selling my toast. What's required to set up a virtual restaurant for me? So the first thing you'll need is a business license or an LLC to kind of operate legally you then as a producer. If you're going to be the one that's going to be preparing the food you'll need to get food handler card and be legally. Have the adequate food service training that your health department requires you then need access to a licensed commercial kitchen space and so an existing kitchen that is licensed to produce food. You could oftentimes folks would like Kitchen space from an existing restaurant that had time when it wasn't operating or you can use what's called shared use kitchens where the business models to rent out space so commissary kitchens shared use kitchen's kind of the same thing but they're allowed to rent hourly through monthly plans and then you can access that space you'll then want kind of optimize your menu and figure out where you're going to buy your food from have that food delivered to the kitchen on hand so that when you are ready to operate it there and then you you know hop on one of these sites and you create an account with the delivery APP so that you can post your menus and poster hours and then sit around and wait for folks to find you if you haven't you know. Put in a lot of the legwork to have built your brand up so that folks know who you are what you are so the value that these aggregate irs bring to a new brand that might be trying to gain. Traction is visibility to a broad base of consumers that are hungry. So when you know you're searching for something to eat and I see you know you're toast company and I'm hungry and I was craving toast. I can search for toasted and find you. And what kind of deal does my virtual restaurant make with the warehouse kitchen so oftentimes are going to be like long term leases where they're leasing space for their production so there's usually a monthly lease bannon. There's oftentimes a lease or some sort of contract around the data and the access to the platforms as well. And what about with the food delivery APPS? What kind of relationship do I have is a virtual restaurant with food delivery APP companies? I don't know if I know the answer to that. I think they're all changing. They're all trying to optimize that relationship. And so I think you're using a third party application to mar essentially market your your brand through their APP. And then there's a percent of anything that kind of flows through that that you're paying to APP for them connecting you with the consumer demand. You run a company and you make software called the food corridor. This software for shared kitchen management. Explain what your software does sure so we are essentially a an ERP for the shared kitchen industry. So as I mentioned earlier the idea of a shared kitchen is not a new phenomenon. These types of kitchens have been operating for for decades based on the idea that in order to sell food to consumers you need to produce it in a license commercial facility. Oftentimes these can cost over fifty thousand dollars to build on your own or outfit and if you are just getting started as a food business or or or seasonal food business. It doesn't really make sense for you to to pay for that type of capital infrastructure. Meant so the idea shared spaces much like the co working spaces that you share the cold storage. You share the Freezer Space. You share the docking. You should the dry storage and you're renting the facility in booking time in that kitchen when it's available in new operate during those times so what? Our software does is kind of manages the back end relationship between the owner of the kitchen and the food businesses that rent from them so we essentially allow for scheduling and booking we do compliance document management for managing the business license the insurance in the food handler card of all the renters. We also manage the billing and allow for monthly plans and added fees in storage so that they can manage that relationship. Kinda get out of the office in back into the kitchen to support those food business. In in the businesses that are operating out of the facility. So the customer is the warehouse kitchen itself. Yeah the customer is the shared kitchen themselves. Yeah the owner operator up. The
Trump encountered second person who later tested positive for coronavirus, White House physician says
"President trump told CBS's we J. Jiang yesterday he might get tested for the virus but the White House doctor said this morning that's not necessary as the president's not showing any symptoms Mr trump was recently in contact with two Brazilians who tested
Washington - Trump Declares Coronavirus Emergency, Supports Aid Package
"Also at this hour the houses on capitol hill set to vote on a virus aid package that would provide free testing and paid sick leave for workers correspondent we Jiang says it becomes hours after president trump declared the corona virus a national emergency president trump's national emergency declaration unlocks as much as fifty billion dollars to state and municipalities to deal with corona virus allowing FEMA to assist by getting around legal barriers the president said he would also waive some laws and regulations to expedite treatment for patients will remove or eliminate every obstacle necessary to deliver a people the care that they need and that they're entitled to Mr trump claimed it wasn't his fault that corona virus testing had gotten off to a slow start in the US I'm Tom Foley way Friday night just ahead of the first weekend of the nation's coronavirus state of emergency the trump administration reached a deal with congressional Democrats on a package of help medical and financial house speaker Nancy Pelosi here we are what we did what we said we were going to do put families first with paid sick leave paid sick days a family medical leave unemployment insurance and on the medical side free corona virus testing it took a presidential tweet encouraging both Republicans and Democrats to vote for this package to get it first to a vote by the house likely early next week by
House passes sweeping coronavirus response package
"Promised by president trump two days ago non US citizens are prohibited from flying into this country for most of Europe for the next month also at this hour the houses on capitol hill set to vote on a virus aid package that would provide free testing and paid sick leave for workers correspondent we did Jiang says it becomes hours after president trump declared the corona virus a national emergency president trump's national emergency declaration unlocks as much as fifty billion dollars to states and municipalities to deal with corona virus allowing FEMA to assist by getting around legal barriers the president said he would also waive some laws and regulations to expedite treatment for patients will remove or eliminate every obstacle necessary to deliver a people the care that they need and that they're entitled to Mr trump claimed it wasn't his fault that corona virus testing had gotten off to a slow start in the US I'm Tom Foley way Friday night just ahead of the first weekend of the nation's coronavirus state of emergency the trump administration reached a deal with congressional Democrats on a package of help medical and financial house speaker Nancy Pelosi who we are what we did what we said we were going to do put families first with paid sick leave paid sick days a family medical leave unemployment insurance and on the medical side free corona virus testing it took a presidential tweet encouraging both Republicans and Democrats to vote for this package to get it first to a vote by the house likely early next week by
"jiang" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Jiang of lost in the pick and roll their little bit if there's one area with the nuggets are always trying to tweak their defense is how to defend the pick and roll less than seven minutes ago the first quarter Harris turns the corner throws it over joker the mail back over to harass triple team loses the basketball and there's a whole yolk it's wanted intentional validated given the whistle Covington download Accokeek back over to Covington levels up in in a little sloppiness there on the offense of side we saw this against Orlando member offense of we the came out hot then got a little loose with the basketball here comes Jamal Murray left side of the mid court circle he throws top of the queue yoke it's old nice cut against the grain by joker Jamal joker has again back over to Murray two man game fifteen footer jumpers twenty one eleven that exceeded by ten again hi love side now it's Andrew Wiggins Wiggins takes a contested three early in the shot clock that was no good rebound swap it out by Jiang to coming to Covington throws it on the right side up back over the ship as Napier it's a pic from Chiang doesn't use it top the key Covington shot clock winding down to go with him to the dotted line leads in runners though good tip is all miss them that was strong by Andrew Wiggins did not stop kept going to the whole a he's an athlete man I've I've always been surprised and weakens hasn't done more I agree with you and this is best year and it's still not really not that great inside the arc as yoga chants off behind in the Barton parts to the free throw line takes a jumper there that looks good what is the defense is a sieve for Minnesota they gave up a hundred twenty five per game this eight game losing streak I mean it is this is pretty bad then I thought New York was bad this is right next door one on one a high right side is Andrew Wiggins we can started out there by Millsap crossover move step back long to jump for no good leaking now is bill sap he leans in he traveled actually that's a good call by Scott foster the group up a little bit wanted to get Covington up in the air and moved his pivot foot so you called the referee there Jeff Teague comes into the game now from Minnesota in Denver substitution is Jeremy grant right now interesting to see Michael Malone's rotation of the bench MPG came out early in the last game right it's always a gas and it's going to be I know shirts colder into the game now from Minnesota in the corner Jeff Teague three pointer that was no good rebound comes down the Cherokee grand help with us over the Barton frontcourt hairs he attacks the room got cut off the ends up behind in the Barton Barton working against Wiggins gets a good pick their free throw line jumpers but in a gas Barton's looking good he is then I've always been intrigued will forms redemption tour continues you remember all that he he took at the end of last season first for whatever reason people love to hate him and I don't know why with its hazards inside the arc back behind of the James J. hands off behind him not a Colbert Colbert goes to left hand this is bad spacing for Minnesota here he's trapped in the corner skip past you catch it go gypsies goes to the land grows away loose ball pick up by Jamal marina file coming back the other way and the smart one at that by James.
"jiang" Discussed on The Global Leadership Summit Podcast
"Yourself in so many areas of that story. Let's extract just a couple of points. One being everyone gets rejected no matter how successful we talk about failure but not rejection because it is so personal but don't let it delay your dreams also azure says. Write down how many times you're willing to get rejected and give yourself grace is it ten is it. Twenty is at thirty write it down and finally remember rejection is not about you. You cannot control the outcome but you can control your effort. And that is so empowering focus on the controllables embrace those and find power in them. We really hope that you enjoyed this podcast in that you've been enjoying the global leadership podcast general. If you haven't subscribed we encourage you to do so also rate them and share them with your friends on the next episode of the Global Leadership. PODCAST will talk to Krish Kandiah. He's the CEO of home for good will tell you what he's doing to eradicate the foster care system in find loving homes for children and also why and how you can get involved. I'm Paula Farris. And we'll see you next week. Thanks thanks for listening. Everyone uh yeah..
"jiang" Discussed on The Global Leadership Summit Podcast
"You can drive Abubakarr all those. Those might be asked all those. It's okay if you do in a fun. Way is not a bad experience right because of your AH graceful. If you're having fun the other person will feel that you're having fun that's okay are just too much. Hey Ashford Connecticut on can get ten percent off ofo coffee and you get rejected so starting small actually thinking having this top of mine with a new mindset around rejection kind of practice. Yeah and then we'll get rejected reacted ask how say hey school. The school rejected. But is there any way I can get a yes is anything I can do here. Tim From Yeah people what family family. Yes sign up for loyalty like I for Louis Fleury program or or or something. Buy One get ten percent off or I don't know I'll do it or you know you. You are asking how you opened up the whole world in because you are going to the other union body and the other person come to your side of the table taking that next step running away way. Yeah solving problems understanding the line sobe problem okay as we wrap up. Let's do it just a quick lightning round. I'm GonNa give you four things and you're gonNa tell me your initial thoughts okay. Okay okay. Hardest thing you did during your experiment. Oh hardest thing I did giving a speech on a okay giving a speech each of the front of a play using the intercom. No one likes to give speeches though car because I just wanted originally I wanted to to to to read a received announcement and he was like. You can't do that because that's all you can do it but I can let you say whatever you want. Now I'm doing freestyle. Yes terrify okay. Favorite block of the one hundred. I would say giving a giving a lecture at a university because I'm from a family of of generations in regions of teachers right. I feel like by doing that. I have to accomplish a whole lot of things and people can invited me to give a teacher class as the teacher university class. That's my that's my dream but just I'm just asked and the professor said yes and then the last one dear me dot com Dami Dot com is the website launching here at the at the global leadership. Summit I is a is a software tool for both individuals and organizations who use These challenges social challenges to to master soft skills so great well. The book is called rejection. Proof how I beat fear and became invincible through one. One hundred days of rejection by Josh Zhang. Check it out jot. You've been great given us some great insights. Thank you so much for being with us today. They were having so much fun I bet you found.
"jiang" Discussed on Mandarin Slang Guide
"Some person person the moments like somebody so Momo tonsure those three Mo- are filling in for the three characters of someone's name but she's not talking talking about a specific person. She's talking about how people use torture. So she's using mold to fill in for an indefinite subject here Momo Tanger- so keep that so in mind as quite useful okay to the show like those political figures you just a moment tonsure right. So it's like a very respectable way took call these political figures but also it's a way that the queer people use to refer to each other. Let's get back to something that I sort of glossed over We talked about tone. Sing Leeann how would we use Thomson Leeann and a sentence like what the grammar here could I say Washer thome sealion well shit homes in yeah. I'm homosexual so washer I am and you can use torture the same way Washer torture Tushar tonsure right so toned jazz more like a non because this tones it's Alva- comrade isn't all so it's more like an adjective. Can you can also say it has to go in that way. It might be a little bit derogatory auditory taxi goto senior. It's yeah I imagine it in English if I were to say he is a homosexual would also feel derogatory. Because it's all proper it's almost putting it in a clinical way. Yeah almost diagnosing. It has a condition or something Okay I want to get back to. We talked about toll unseemly but told. Oh sing the end The singer whatever whatever. Sing Leeann is used for lots of different things. Like e sing. Leeann right means straight right in our sexually heterosexual so tossing Leeann. Same Sex love e seeing the N. e. means opposite so east Anglian opposite sex love. is straight straight or heterosexual and also swung sing Leeann Sh- wrong means by both shunting namings bisexual yeah. Thome SINGIN Easing Yen schmoozing. Leeann yeah We talked about tone jer. But there's a female form of this too right. It's easy you just put new. You just put female comrade to its new tone new torture. Yeah but I don't I don't I will say people don't use NATO as frequently as others because it also differs from different places. For example on there is a very famous singer in Hong Kong When she came out in public she just say what should hold? You shouldn't even say was sued because Tony is like an umbrella term to refer to the gay like refer to homosexuals right so you rarely hear people call each other. NEWTONIAN hearing China. But you're just say Lila Lesbian. Oh La La yeah yeah. What's the what's the character for laws the carriage with that means pole so poeple football but it's obviously it's not impor- right La comes through? It comes from the English word Lesbian Lesbian. Yeah la La You sent me another word that I hadn't seen before that I love love lace again. Let's ban mistress actually from lesbian. So Lay Sabine. The sound is very similar. My love it because literally it's thunder silk side. And if I had to choose the side I would choose the thunder silk side. There's no question that's clearly the best one. Well when when I talked about last me I'm only thinking about the fabric for some reason a the edge of the lays lace beer. That's what I'm thinking about all the time. Okay I'm not fashionable enough to get that reference So would you say that maybe the most common way and I hesitate to use word offensive. But one of the most acceptable ways to refer to someone as a lesbian would be la. La La That say Tauscher Lala Pasha Delilah. Yeah posher through Google la La. Yeah or Sheila either way so you can have the good or not having yeah same as posher culture or Tauscher tonsure throw King Okay Nice other before we move our say most people even though we have the Chinese but most people just use unless they they just use the western creations because that's even more layers of protection for the Queer People here. What do you mean layers of protection? Meaning you don't have to say anything or Chinese so your parents or relatives or those people who don't speak English people have no idea what you're talking about. Yeah so that gay or just my friends. This just Gay My friend has gay or will pay less. My friend is a lesbian war. Me Polio friend. Sure is war. Polio gay polio less. Yeah that's like the most common way people talk about creations here on the subject object of bringing an English words. There are different kinds of la La. Right You sent me a list of three. Could you give us a rundown. Yeah Eh before we start. I should say because people still have those binary thinking here right so maybe in the United States people are already overdose else like. You're you're like like fam- people already are overdose labels here in China even concept of curious to new to people because yes we still like black or white. We don't know we don't. We're not comfortable in the square areas. So we still have this labels which I don't I personally don't like Mike Yeah. People used them all the time on dating APPs in social situations. So I just put that caveat here here. Oh I but yeah but basically there are three categories of lesbians so it is T. p. h.. Exactly as US here in English rush so people just call each other like Nisa thima meaning. Are you a tomboy. Oh Nisha Pima. Are you like a fan presenting. Lesbian has been if it means. FEM WHY IS IT P and not F- so originates from the Taiwanese Pau as in poor. Yeah alive alive means wife that means like a female figure so that's like the opposite to tomboy right which is like more masculine presenting right so teaming tomboy PEMEX FAM- and H is versatile. So somewhere in between the why. HR V. so h mays half so somebody in between so you can eat a tomboy or fam- yeah just versatile okay. So let's review what we've what we've talked about so far so sort of the clinical most proper way to you describe homosexuality. In a scientific way would be toneless Indian and heterosexuality easing Liam and bisexuality. schwank seeing the okay. But the non-clinical nonscientific Accepted Way to talk about it would be puncture torture Comrade and New torture is not commonly used said we use words like La yeah or the less often used but infinitely more metal lace again so we're talking about LGBT right. We've got hold on L. B. if only NJ algae for B. We said Schwank. Is there a better way to talk about it now. There's only one way to talk about them because they don't have much of like attention and exposure spoke so they only have one word. So what else. We have a few more letters here on T. A. saw transgender in Chinese crossing via quasi Mbia Qua- means transgress like trance. Right classing beer seemed that means gender crossing BIA. Crossing thing gender or transgendered. We have one more letter. Q Hugh saw in English as queer sewing. Chinese is cool are cool cool so mean when somebody's cool that's very baffling. Just it's like exactly as you hear a the core core you can say neon coup. Yeah we talked about this in the show before with the different guest. How cool is sort of just a transliteration of English cool and you can use it in the same way right but here coup are you ended our on the end so it's just a it's just a transliteration of queer but also are in Chinese Maine's things son so also meaning a cool kid a cool kid? Yeah Yeah Song Kid not only saw not only thou part the Kit Yeah Cook it. Is this word commonly used because as you mentioned. LGBTQ this acronym is a Western creation. I have never heard the word Kumar before more commonly talked about here well for people in the community. They have the awareness of Queer the concept of because it's like an umbrella term to Talk about people who have like enough of dogs abnormal quote unquote gender expressions or sexualities. So it's more commonly used was in a community but for people outside the community. I feel like they don't have any idea. How would you use that innocence Pasha go tasha cooler. So the same. As torture or la La Harsher Cliche posher cooler. Yeah either way I Pasha go or Bows adjective okay. So I think we've I think we've done it. I think we've got all the words in there haven't we. Let's do a review. I will quiz quiz. You on your Chinese please accepted and feeling nervous Ashleigh. I think you spent too many years in America. You've forgotten your Chinese shaming me rundown what is the clinical scientific word for homosexuality toensing Leeann heterosexuality seeing Leeann by sexuality shunting len okay so far so good. We're getting there. What is the more commonly used acceptable comfortable way to refer to a gay? Okay Person. Okay Guy Yeah Yeah. Gay Guy. As opposed to gay girl EXERC- different words for it. Well for most gay guy and gay girl you can call them told you are a but if it's a if it's a woman we might say something else such as la La. Yeah okay. Two more. Two more to go transgendered classing beer okay okay and Queer coup our congratulations to get one hundred percent. You're the best. Thank you very much Ashley. We're coming in talking to them about my pleasure that's all the MSG we have for you today if you want some more or if you want flash cards find us on facebook or twitter just search for Mandarin slaying guide if if you want to join our we chat group and have a chat or even meet some of our guests send us an email. The email is mandarin slang. Guide G MEAL DOT COM. And I'll pull you into the we chat group. And thanks again to Ashley of course for being a wonderful guest if you want to know more about her project out China you can search for almost anywhere. I'll put a link to her youtube channel and the description encryption but basically just search out China and you'll find it and then thanks always to Himalayas for being a great place not only to listen to podcasts but also to host your podcast for Free I do. Himalayan it's free. Also I wanna give a very special.
"jiang" Discussed on The Green Light
"Shake it off shake it off I damn eleven hundred for two weeks is that better than Uber Uber well it's a lot better because you got to be going pretty far because this covers like for instance the train ride from Tokyo Osaka is probably around like two hundred nine eighty dollars round trip so as like an airplane yeah yeah how many hours is that hours bullet train so half not that not that slow is just determines reigns supreme over there and you're just to go like the next night to go from here to Bloomfield you would take a subway okay well how do you GonNa put money on your car now so hit the rail pass and it's definitely worth it just sucks because like fuck in as for three us so you know so hit us hit us let's talk about this punk what we're not gonNA mention his stupid as name but after Tian should we not business neighbors call the police because they noticed doors opening nosy neighbors always I don't always always so they notice the door was open we lost at Fort Worth Police officer Mr Aaron Bean responded to the call APP had his body one he made one call to the house you know he'll come out and nobody responded so he throws you it's not that I have it right in front of me that's 'cause you got to scroll up doofus replacing up we're playing it it's not up go all the way up so we're playing it all the way up yet don't ask me well I guys we're about to play this the following video contains thirty miles outside Dallas so for those listening concern neighbor noticed at the Ana Jefferson's front doors are open an officer responded to the nonemergency call around two twenty five am on tourism. Why was that boy up right now wasn't a schooner you can see the COP outside sign to go back to that can you back up to right when he gets to the window? Is that even proper police etiquette chuck put your hands up show me your hands that's a she turned around what he he didn't even get to the second hand at all he resigned before he got fired who's GonNa Fired Anyway elite that what at home we're in office where in office right my number's was mine are business looking Jerkov associate we're just back Mr those three steps happily we're then we see a flashlight just kind of come through the fucking blind my what the fuck standing on the ladder the first like that's why.
"jiang" Discussed on The Green Light
"Yeah and that's not clearly what's on people's mind but you're right it should tim cook but the only issue Tim Cook don't play Basketball Games so Tim Cook like I had a quick question so freedom of speech does this so since Lebron was not in the US at the moment he said well he said he had to partake under their rules correct so freedom of speech wouldn't have held over there no so maybe he's just waiting so he comes back you're absolutely right but if he's going to do that then he said a lot less than there he coulda that's that's why I feel I was like if you're going to play that role they'd be like it'd be like Kerr and curry and go listen we don't know there's a lot of stuff going on trying you know I think about China's histories isn't a black and white thing when we have more of Michigan we'll speak on it I even we forgot country will speak on it it didn't if that's the case they tell us that did he say on Tuesday may even Taco Tuesday no more fucking Lebron fucking on Wednesday because clearly he's part of the Fuck Chinese republic China if Y'all want us to shut the fuck up about it hit me up pay that money and we'll talk about why Hong Kong is wrong we sell out no we don't know send them money we'll talk about where we'll say whatever you want us to say they don't have to make a stronger statement the government there just in positions where they can we're talking about athletes car Kevin Kevin said why'd you private citizens have to make a strong stand on the government they shouldn't they shouldn't but unfortunately who runs the world if I say who run the world most people girls who most people would say most people say America right and I go okay but what entities in America Apple Google Amazon we'RE NOT SAYING FBI CIA NSA we're not saying we law must looks like versus the person has running their own local government correct it's a priority thing it's a it's a priority thing and we clearly don't have those priorities when I say we I mean people you know there're what's the fuck fuck is next so next speaking of what else do we got Oh shit damn this is sad so a lot of shit going on over there shut calculation he'll be here next week surprise but no so WANNA just Kinda skip over the Hongkong Shit because it is sad but I want to let people know that there is some there is like incident just people complaining a fifteen year old protester was found dead in the water nude and it happened ironic really close to when she was found protesting is a video of it where she kind of speak on it with translations don't say you're coming you Weirdo probably ninety new pair of pants we'll pull this up for you guys in a second watching us he CENA Kevin please don't say he's up he said he's coming Weird Nasty people remind me not to shake hands we yet none ABS- yeah the head listening I read this video because you're subtitles I don't know if you can make her English but if you can't I'll read it so that you guys can read it he's about to play that transfer but he knows he's smart we ain't saying nothing we'll let him rock on Joyce Hall you okay so just mute it and I just read it you WanNa start over so I even show her I told you I didn't so we can see who she is so see this fifteen year old girl hopefully they know fifteen it was like her and go damn I could imagine my little sister suddenly disappearing being killed for standing up for some she believes him okay okay so she goes I'm just a normal girl Why do I have to suffer like this this really feels bad suspect just got it's going way too fast I don't dress like a writer she doesn't she's wearing regular clothes she's not wearing black no mask I mean I really just walking on the street was going on everyone be careful if you guys are in trouble I will stand by you because everyone be careful please help me to share this video remain here until the finish and when I managed to find their commander she's right now outside of a store looks like so please don't worry about me really no I don't want you guys to strain yourself because of me I want to say right now Hong Kong really is a mess a lot of people are living in fear but you the police are all born and bred here you have to treat us why do you have to treat us like this yes you can you can you guess you can't go against your seniors orders i WanNa know what at okay somehow tyranny so yeah so she made this video is suppose so what she really she's walking down the street and she got hit with gas on rue like now it's to the point where regular people who are who aren't part of the protests are Kinda get fucked up and yeah so she she was found dead just found dead the next day naked and the motherfucking water the rest in peace rest in peace to young Chinese lamb well it's crazy 'cause she was more or less a public figure in that aspect but imagine the people that aren't as public as her have been well that's one of the things initially it was Yani Yani did throw this bill away about the people from Hong Kong to the mainland and then it turned into now you need to investigate all of the police wrong wrongdoings that are happening in his country or this Democrat like state and we need to investigate it by a separate party that isn't China because we know how Y'all rock obviously we know how they rock yeah yeah they're different and I WANNA NBA players Ain't shit over you don't talk I don't go to crenshaw and talk shit about gangs like that don't make sense to be very foolish listen you'll be there by yourself wait till Lido go back you know very very foolish and while we're on the topic of bad news shoot The last night oh I thought you going somewhere else so that okay well you can say that for good cop back cool even though it's bigger than good back but earliest coup there's a Puerto Rico shooting last night you wanNA break his breakdown his Puerto Rico shooting there was a guy I bet you hit Latinos very nice so there was a mass shooting in Puerto Rico yesterday Paul Puerto Rico Governor says six people were killed so I bischoff oh shit what aid issue a lot of fucking bullets there were shooting a shitload of bullets they say they have some suspects but the victims Should I read the uh-huh yes I think I should yeah recipe so these people who were definitely taken way too soon Angel Augusto Twenty one years old Dan doc in Jordan custody Okudera will twenty five Ms Sung Huda was twenty five in Monday and week by s by the forty three and Kafia Mottos Sandoval Twenty six Jesus is one person over thirty years old that doesn't make any better it doesn't but that is crazy people just show about a complex with large guns started shooting the police commissioner that's all they have they have no leads on suspects here but this was on CNN's I'm have read it and we got a we got a video of we got a joe of motherfucking of the the scene that was sent by Dionne Dionne crazy crazy video it's nuts out there man be careful be careful I mean even the people who could have just been fucking minding their business you know monitor fucking business do they went out there to see family you know Cal's talk about earlier going to Miami to see his mommy you know was it only if you want to hold on don't play yet when we gotTA fucking alert for this I got alert for this the breaking news breaking news this just an stay right there so you can hear this important news the all pro cornerback Jalen Ramsey has officially been traded to the Los Angeles Rams are they gonNA say parental discretion is advised wasn't nasty well he is a bad bitch but now I to do that too for first round picks in any twenty twenty one and we just wait for sports no because that was breaking news breaking news like like you came up with an Emoji the siren but that's huge top three corner in the League yes big if not the best that's like me saying fucking Altoona was traded I mean I it can still wait I wish he did get traded go go ahead parental discretion is advised as graphic content and cover your ears if you're with children cover ear's cover the children's you didn't have to repeat it is this from Kansas phone if you can zooming quote Oh no if you look closely you can see people out in court yard area this seems to be right before shit goes down you see a bunch of people with flashlights. We don't know what they're doing but anytime flashlights at night it's a scary thing saying this compilation of a bunch of videos from night jumped our wow that's flip no that's a drum that's you know somebody's from far away watching that's a drum do these people even just record showing up in Puerto Rico at night Pal be careful out there folks be careful out there folks be careful out there folks son while that's it was I was bullets scary man what you do at that point you were I don't stay down that long record I'd be out who run into house those so I mean he was far away was just echoing to him but damn what would that mean son of a bitch Oh and let's finish off the bad news there was another okay fucking wingo finish off the bad news is we're GONNA do it the right way that's a drop the drop just drop it like don't tell me to do that I do the green light is a fan of all forms of law enforcement just because you have a badge doesn't mean we love our cops was always bad ones it cost me eleven hundred dollars for rail passes Japan that means removing eleven hundred dollars to ride the train.
"jiang" Discussed on The Green Light
"Love it it just takes a little bit of a little bit of home with food today popping locking dropping in sorry sorry listeners sta what's your what's what happened was when he got like a whole new you see what happens when the cowboys fans get crazy he had a whole new persona with that mass I'm different different person I shouldn't make you this is different you need it gene shit I won't be back in his speech don't mess now yeah but definitely staying in love because Daniel lovey because they work long next what is harder my Dick or your what is harder what is harder what is harder what would what's what's your favorite food my favorite food I think that's might be we're making tonight Bongo now actually like actually like white rice and chicken cutlets okay what's your favorite food everything doesn't count gotta see specific white rice corn beef what is wrong with y'all talking white rice which you're gonNA say pizza pizza all right how hard is it to take that first bite of chicken cutlet and white Rice Chicken the white rice and corn beef I buy pizza not hard easy how hard is it to finish your fifth helping and of white rice and chicken cutlet easy well when I'm full it's pretty easy to finish the point I'm making here is once you get too much of something even if you love it doesn't mean it's so easy to digest it Um neither me like that you gotta like it you like white rice and chicken cutlet with the fucking murder Diet is finish your tongue was crazy with somebody what is that some beans with some it can be some some some fried plantains planting or Emma Boston now pizzas what is that it's like it's they may I don't know about Rita's you said no I said what is that what is beat it's Juca they are no you hugo the cousin of the sweet potato yes it's that like grinded up like real real thin and then you kinda like Mush it together and it kind of makes a little almost like a chip it is I want a new pizza flavor here and there exactly okay donates papa so yes so okay so I get okay it's like that but it's real good so it's like a like a whatever that I decide yes so vegetable was fritter yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah you ain't got explain corn beef we know the whiteside in you owe a day pies corn cakes now I didn't I didn't say you said pastula'll pita I'll repeat the world's can you get the multicultural talented Info is she makes that today then you guys have definitely tried last last time she made it you guys had it she was having she probably was mad at me no you definitely had joel all steam fuck Joel osteen's she was mad at you take it easy y'all let us let us know in the chair four six three that's also word on the street can hit us up call us y'all let us know what is harder my Dick or baseball harder falling in love or staying in love I also think falling in love is easier because falling in love is a slack there's a slide scale on what it actually is your interpretation of like you're not confusing lust for staying in Love and someone that's not used to identifying the Difference Between Lust and love can definitely use Laos to continue a relationship to end woman I mean you find it easy to stay in love because you don't know life without it because she is just the best woman in the world to period that's why it's easy to do math here folks they are how old are you I mm forty thirty five forty two oldest ship forty two how long have you and you're missing twenty five do the you've been together seven more years than you've been a life without her use the number sense dumb fuck you've been with for twenty five years you've been without here for seventeen okay twenty five is a big number than seventeen I understand that seventeen saugus normal I think you're just you're just talk to me when she leaves you she won't you won't let her Oh shit no she just won't Chrissy loves me that's pretty confident confident given that it did it we talk about this before the before we started the show you said he was going to stop that yeah ours working while we're up love feels like alone why do you say that for Kevin Love feels like a loan that you never get paid back on like alone with zero interest that's.
"jiang" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast
"Me in jiang's relationship is okay ma'am you with craft services you know can we have some more juice in the trailer or something like that and move right along like i so i understand what you're saying but at some point you have to realize that everybody playing gains which you like that yeah i agree but if i like the last fifteen twenty years jordan of the majority of the women around you are flirtatious and they joke around with you 'cause you nasty creep i mean so is hannah messed up when you run across one is like oh no he has to be you know held accountable for this this is not okay it's not acceptable but i mean you know you gotta you gotta kind of be a little smarter when you've got that from from like and what i really said like if i got to have you were not gonna look to him morgan freer voice adam alike you know with his appropriate you know well now if it happens you hear morgan freeman voice that that in in heaven heaven dennis hayes birds voice i'm going to be the allstate man voice i be like i made it glad i may book bring back move around a low so speaking of inappropriate yup president shit that's say like he's just your president really shit this mojo last week he released a press release about ms thirteen in isn't official communication from the white house official now and this is what you need to know about the violent animals of ms thirteen.
"jiang" Discussed on KEOM 88.5 FM
"Five one the story he did lupus y'all dandy akg amen dimbleby insane start with low but and then the dow j c either but amc stubs pete lau upi card that would be go iver whoa the in the accident jiang they of god you that stop it indeed do the top the style we must bow mom claes creates all day every day on g e oil beneath 05 ever booed did they the so the visit the well the fits blue was that said in his by this long.
"jiang" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Go jiang and that is through ride in or unauthorized offense gene girl dang board it is due friday in a widening laws slur the new land they are uh job oh god uh.
"jiang" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"jiang" Discussed on The Point Of It All
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"jiang" Discussed on Today's KCCR
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"jiang" Discussed on WTRH
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