35 Burst results for "Kuala"

"kuala" Discussed on Interesting If True

Interesting If True

04:26 min | 9 months ago

"kuala" Discussed on Interesting If True

"The ice. Kuala pollock they waiting for them. Yeah okay well. We don't want that. And it sounds threatening to so when you think of a mermaid a few different images may cross your mind images of a kind hearted beautiful half fish after human maidens or perhaps sirens that may be beautiful but once they have you in their collages they turn into kanus beasts. Ready to kill right. Yeah the pollick is completely different. There is absolutely nothing attractive about them. Is this like one of those legit cowboy fish people monster situations. Yes yeah. They are described as aquatic humanoids with scaly bumpy skin. There are often depicted with having fins coming out of their heads backs and torsos their hands though web dirk claude and made ready for the hunt. The kuala pollick are also rumored to smell like sulfur and where eider duck clothing which is okay which is just like a ski seal skins houston. Most hauntingly is what they carry which is a a maatouk which is commonly worn by inuit women. And that's where they keep their babies secured to their backs. Oh the reason they carry. This is so they can snatch small children and the baby back-back. Yes the baby backpack. Great so i have an artist's rendition of one which is kind of scary movie. This was the best image. Could find any anytime. Cartoon wants to make atlantans terrifying. This is what you get. Yes exactly what you get. So those who have cited the kuala pollick report that these creatures can only be seen for an instant before. They're gone like they. Duck back underwater. They're fast. They're unbelievably flashed. You blink in. They're gone but the children victims of the kuala would not be as lucky she would leap out from under the water sinker sharp claws into their flesh and dragged them forward into the water. Wow it is said that once she sees as a child she takes them down to the freezing depths of the ocean where she either eats them or takes them away and chanting them with sleep and feeding off their youth so she may stay young forever. Okay yeah sure that's like you do like you do. Basically this is the scary tale that they tell you to keep little kids from going near the ice so they don't get eaten by a walrus or whatever it is exactly so yeah. They're the child has never to be seen or heard from their family again. Alternatively the child could catch a brief glimpse of face of kuala pollick which might resemble a woman's face that had been turned green and bloated from rotting under the see. The child would experience their last few moments of life in pain as the freezing water rushed into their open screaming throats and the feel of blood in their veins freeze. They heard distant voices of their family crying out their name. That is just terrifying. Why would you tell your children about it. And they stay away from the ice. Exactly what you said. Oh because you're terrible parents so there's at least one tale where a boy's father a skilled hunter search for his son ceaselessly the kuala pollock saw this as a and was afraid of being found so she let the sun go. Oh okay after that. The boy turned into a model citizen of the tribe. Never disobey his parents or the elders get. I bet i bet xactly what happened. And if you don't want the politic gets you yes you'll do you're damn george yours so like many creatures from folklore. The kuala pollock served as a utilitarian purpose in the harsh environment which is now northern alaska and canada by scaring the children out of wanting to be alone or go to close to the sea ice lower and that would lower the chances the child would venture going near those dangerous places that that's why they tell these horrible terrible terrible story.

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Malaysian Prime Minister Resigns Amid Anger Over Virus

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:58 min | 11 months ago

Malaysian Prime Minister Resigns Amid Anger Over Virus

"We turn to malaysia or the prime minister mcginn. Yes and and his cabinet have resigned. The opposition leaders were calling for the prime minister's to step down. After he delayed the opening of parliament for over two months. Legally we have the right to be brent. From entering ballymun miss yes in submitted his resignation to the king earlier today and the palace said in a statement that he will stay on in a caretaker role until a replacement is found but now that the country's leader has stepped down. This appears to have thrown the country into a fresh political crisis as malaysia deals with its worst cova. Nineteen outbreak and a decimated economy. Well for more. I'm joined on the line from kuala lumpur by political analyst. Bridget welsh bridge. Just give us a sense of the timing for this and why the prime minister is saying he's stepping down now well. The prime minister has You know acknowledged. He doesn't have a majority of the parliament support. His speech on his resignation to the public doesn't fully sort of a Address some of the reasons why I think the public pressure has been on him to resign. Which as you pointed out are in the economy in the in the record number of cases The initially slow vaccination rate which says since picked up where over a third of the population is now fully vaccinated but the fact is is that i think that there is a covert has had a very big impact and of course this is created a context for elites to be able to pull their support from him and i think that me and yes instill sort of suggested in his speech that that he was still had lots of support which i think is probably not the case from the perspective of what how he perceives it in the case of the parliament He clearly doesn't have the numbers. The question now is who will have the numbers to form of government

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"kuala" Discussed on The Signal

The Signal

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"kuala" Discussed on The Signal

"And the same time they. You know the arrest my brother by intelligence officers of iran. They came inside the house and they can all the glasses and they took my and my parents they cried and they know and they send them somewhere we even. We don't know where they are. And then you know it's kind of things this kind of racism and this kind of You know they don't speak our identity. And i was and so you left iran. You'd have to run in two thousand thirteen. Can you tell us to any theft tonight. Can you tell us that Where you went. And i'm what your plan was. Actually my plan is You know. I was seventeen years old during the time. And so we you know we we have An hour as the place. Where i on you know. The government is always is targeting. Our house in they check everything in our house. If we have you know something you know any kind of books against the government like political books or anything on we out on their watch you know yes so on that time where you know my parents. They designed for me to leave that place. Because they don't want to suffer or die by the government of iran and hours. So i live in two thousand thirteen. I came from malaysia. Kuala lumpur kuala lumpur to and in asia and asia. By both to christmas island. I came i was. I think two months in indonesia and i don't know trillion making new law all knew that the nineteen july even i think nineteen. I was under board. I don't know what is going on so that brings us to strengthening politics back in two thousand thirteen again when kevin rods as prime minister introduced the ban on settling barred arrivals even if they were found to be legal refugees and we are going.

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"kuala" Discussed on The Drive with Paul Swann

The Drive with Paul Swann

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"kuala" Discussed on The Drive with Paul Swann

"Why kuala heart shelter. It is made clear coming up today on the program. We're going to get into what potential realignment can happen. If and i mean when the dominos fall in texas and oklahoma fold to the sec is probably going to be a thirteen one. Vote and favor of the move. Looks like texas and oklahoma gonna be leaving the big twelve. What's that mean for. The big twelve will the big twelve. Then start to fall apart. We'll other leagues. Maybe cherry pick that conference a little bit more or will the big twelve. Become a little. Bit more proactive. Start trying to cherry pick from other leagues and that's going to be interesting situation there and of course the americans probably gonna get robbed..

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Finding Europe in America

Travel with Rick Steves

03:01 min | 1 year ago

Finding Europe in America

"Says you have to actually go to europe to taste of the old world after all many american and canadian cities and towns were settled by european immigrants. Sometimes they tried to recreate a bit of what the new from the old country. Even if we can't go to europe we can discover benefit prayed here. In our hemisphere samantha. Brown hosts public television travel series places to love where she films from destinations. Both around the world in closer to home. She joins us today on travel. With rick steves to look at some of her favorite places to find a bit of europe. In america samantha. Thanks for joining us. Pleasure to be here rank. Boy know all i do is go to europe again and again and again but i really. There's a lot of europe hiding out here in the united states during covid lockdown times so we can't travel overseas like we'd like to but we can find little knockoffs here in the united states from all around the globe knockoffs because some of them are terrific kind of constructions and others are honest to goodness immigrant communities. That are still the way they were hundred and fifty years ago when they were there were settled just in my state washington. We've got leavenworth which is a famous little german. It's kind of a touristy. Gimmick but poulsbo is originally a norwegian town and its norwegian to this day and we have linden up by the canadian border which is a very dutch was settled by holland immigrants. What are your favorite slices of europe in america. Well one of my favorites is a city that i had gone to my entire life. My family Was brought up right outside of it and then after doing two years of europe came back to and it just hit me like a ton of bricks that this was a european city and that is philadelphia pennsylvania. It is by far the most for me. The most year of paean city in the united states and so then i started like do a deep dive like why is it so it was just a feeling i had like. Wow i just feel like. I'm in europe. And there were so many connections One of the main architects was an emigrant from leon france. He designed the ben. Franklin benjamin franklin parkway which is now. We're all the museums are lined. And he designed that off of the sean z z. and along this beautiful roadway parkway where they're abuse. There's the rodin museum. there's the philadelphia museum of art. Which has the largest collection of renoir in the world. Incredible and others rittenhouse square. They're all these not just pockets. Because i think you know there's places we'll talk about today the have pockets but this is a city that is just so of france and the best connection that i love about philadelphia is that it is also it has the most mural arts i think in the world and its sister city is leon so if you ever go to leeann france and the kuala rouge is where you see those phenomenal murals and that art that is available to all end. It's all over the city. That's what the to share so the city a definite of brotherly love is a great. If you want that. European and more specifically french you know kick

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Vanished in Midair: Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Vanished in Midair: Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

"Are you afraid of flying. What is it. you're afraid of crashing. Going down in a burning tube of steel. What could be worse. How about being on a plane that just disappears leaving real evidence of its whereabouts behind at all. Welcome to strange and unexplained with me daisy eagan. I'm a writer in an actor who likes to pretend they're too cool for school but who has to take frequent anxiety naps this week. Look up in the sky. It's a bird it's a plane. It was a plane. It's literally not there anymore. it disappeared. Where the hell did that entire airplane go. Have you ever been on a plane when things start to go wrong like the air starts getting bumpy. The captain comes over the intercom and calmly says. There's just a little turbulence and fasten your seat belt now. Imagine if things started to really go wrong you see the flight attendants start to hurry up and down the aisles. It gets really quiet for a minute or two even as the plane bounces up and down. More the oxygen masks down. The flight attendant reminds you that you're cushion is also a flotation device. The cabin starts to smell like smoke. At what point in there to you stop trying to convince yourself that everything is going to be fine and admit to yourself that this might be it. That's what must have been going through the heads of the two hundred thirty six passengers and crew on board malaysian airlines flight. Three seventy on march eighth twenty fourteen. The flight took off from kuala poor at twelve forty one. Am heading to beijing international airport but it never arrived as far as anyone knows. Malaysian airlines flight. Three seventy never arrived anywhere.

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MH17 Trial Moves to Crucial Merits Phase, Examining Evidence

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

MH17 Trial Moves to Crucial Merits Phase, Examining Evidence

"Nearly seven years off to Malaysia airlines flight seventeen was shot down over eastern Ukraine the trial in a Dutch court of three Russians and a Ukrainian accused of involvement in the downing has moved to the crucial merits face when evidence will be discussed by lawyers and judges families of some of the victims were present in court to watch the latest hearing in the long running case the trial has progressed through a series of preliminary hearings since opening in March twenty twenty will in the coming days begin examining the huge case five piece together after a years long international investigation the four suspects were not in the courtroom they are being tried in their absence they face life sentences if convicted of murdering the two hundred ninety eight people who died when the flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur was blown out of the sky above conflict torn eastern Ukraine I'm sorry I shockingly

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Guest Teacher Jon Mitchell  How to Maximize Productivity With Biohacking

The $100 MBA Show

06:49 min | 1 year ago

Guest Teacher Jon Mitchell How to Maximize Productivity With Biohacking

"I brought on john. Because i do feel that. A lot of us as entrepreneurs neglect will we put in our body. Our physical activity or nutrition. All that because of the business. I've been guilty of this several times in the last decade and were all bizarre brought on john to give some laser focus advice on how to bio hacker way to success and be more productive passage john now. But i'll be back to wrap up to episode fill in any gaps but for now taken away john. Everyone this john mitchell. I'm really excited to here. And what i want to do. Today is to teach guys how to go about optimizing your health energy mental performance. And how to do it the right way because there is a lot of noise and confusion online in the health space. And what i wanna do is help you sift through all of that for for those of you guys don't know i'm a functional medicine practitioner. I work virtually with driven professionals. Looking to improve things like energy focus and resolve any chronic health issues that are keeping them from being at their best. Both at work and at home and i've worked for over ten years. I started off on the conventional side of medicine working in the emergency room at urgent care and addiction medicine and then i transitioned over to functional medicine which is more a whole body systems base approach to optimizing your health and i've i've learned firsthand that conventional medicine is great at certain things. It's great i'd taken care of acute issues broken bones infections and surgeries but it's port helping people achieve robust health and maintaining it. Which is what. I'm passionate about and why i do the work i do because people are starting to realize the limitations of the current medical system right and if we're talking about your business or your job the question is why should you prioritize your health versus prioritizing your business well from a business perspective you need to be at the top of your game right. You need to wake up with energy. You need to have the mental clarity to get your work done. And you need to be level headed enough to deal with the constant stressors so as a business owner myself. I understand that Owning a business or even just working in a jock can be very stressful. And you need to have the the mental strength. You need to have the health to be able to handle those things properly and move ford if your health is non point you're not going to be operating anywhere near one hundred percent. You're going to be leaving things on the table. In fact what. I find with many of the professionals that i work with is that they don't even realize how bad they feel and how much they're leaving on the table until we get them feeling better. So what i wanna do is. I'm going to lay out three pillars to optimizing your health. And how to do it the right way. Okay so pillar number one. Let's jump right into it. Recognize you are a category of one so everybody has unique genetics upbringing lifestyle environment habits and nutrition that inform their current level of wellness. So what you need. In nutrition and supplements lifestyle is going to be very different than what somebody else needs. So this is why we can't blindly follow online influencers or healthcare ruse. Because they don't know anything about you right. They can't tell you. Oh you should be on akita genyk diverse vegan diet versus a carnivore diet because nobody knows your blood levels. They don't know your genetics. They don't know you history and all those things are going to influence what diet you should be on current time so i wanna give you guys a good example of this from two different clients. Mine who had similar complaints. So both were both were men in their forties or fifties and we'll say client number one complained of brain fog fatigue and he had type two diabetes and he was on a strict ketogenic. Diet was doing intermittent fasting or not. Johnny on a paleolithic diet into an intermittent fasting was exercising an our day and yet his blood sugars were still running in the two hundred zero higher when they should be under one hundred and the question was what was going on and when we did the right testing found that he was being exposed to some significant environmental. Toxins that were damaging his pancreas. The panthers is what produces insulin to help regulate blood sugar so regardless of what diet he tried regards if it was cute genyk carnivore vegan or anything in between he was not going to get better until we address this toxin issue right. And let's compare this to clyde number two who had similar complaints brain fog. He was overweight. Type two diabetes. He followed a ketogenic diet and fasting and he lost a lot of weight. Blood sugars regulated. And he did great on that so one person did not do well on a very restrictive diet. One person did because it depends on what they specifically need. Okay so always recognize you are category one in all recommendation should be based off of that so that brings us the pillar number to quantify what you need using the right labs right so i see too many people who just take things for things. So i'll see people take things like kuala or some mushroom blend for focus or they'll take zinc and dhea your tributaries for testosterone. But how do you know that you actually need these things. And how'd you know you aren't doing more harm in the long by taking these things. So let's take zinc for instance. Some people probably know that. It's hard to overdo zinc. You can take a lot of and you really won't get into trouble but what the problem is if you're taking zinc It will influence your absorption of copper. So the more zinke take the less you absorb copper so you can create mineral imbalances by taking the wrong supplements if you don't need them and if you're not tracking you can create issues over time. Okay so instead of guessing what diets and supplements are best for you. It's better to know what's best and you do this. By focusing on the right testing so we wanna do is focus on strategies over tactics as specific diet or certain supplement is a tactic akito genyk diet. Carnival diet intermittent fasting. They're all tactics. What we want to focus on strategies instead. Okay so our strategy is going to be influenced by your health history which should be somewhat should help you get a foreigner standing of your health history and put it together combined with some advanced testing so when it comes to determining what types of diets in supplements you should take what i like to use advanced nutritional profile and within that there should be a comprehensive assessment of your vitamins your minerals your amino acids fatty acids heavy metals. Your mitochondria metabolites transmitter. Metabolites and your detoxification

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Business Lessons with Michael Teoh

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

07:39 min | 1 year ago

Business Lessons with Michael Teoh

"Michael is served fortune. Five hundred companies across forty one countries. Michael take a minute and filling for the tidbits about your law. Thank you so much andrew into all of you listening to this podcast and watching our interview right now lonzo doctrine that's a piece greeting from where i'm from kuala lumpur malaysia nestled in the heart of asia. Just in between singapore and thailand. A little bit tidbit about me is that i'm very grateful. Where during one of my productivity trainings. That i deliver to leaders around the world. It happened in malaysia. On one fine day. Web president barack obama actually visited my training. The president came for half an hour and it left me pleasantly surprised. Though i was shocked and i didn't know what to say for the next one minute. It was an awkward silence but the president gave his signal that i could carry on and then i carried the session on for the next thirty minutes and then the president came up took the stage gave his speech and we had a great time to connect with each other he gave a very very kind testimonial to the work that i was doing for the valla people because at the end of the day andrew really. I believe it's people like us many hardworking people out there watching this interview right now. Who's listening in. We are the ones that make the world goes round. We are the ones that put food on the table and we are the ones that really the movers and shakers many of us unsung heroes again. Thank you again andrew. And that's one of the reasons why i wanted. I was so excited to agree to be given this opportunity even to appear on your show again. Thank you andrew fantastic. You know. it's an interesting thing. Michael that as a financial guy. A lotta times. I spent my and i've spent my years during the performance of companies. And you know what. I've come to learn over. The years is that financial success has to do with two things number one the leader of the company if it's a bad leader in a bad direction that they choose. It's very hard to have strong. Financial success true so number one is the leader and the number two thing. is that what i've learned. In my opinion you don't need superstars. You need good qualified people but what you need is coordination amongst the management team. That's if you have a good leader and coordination amongst the land management team. That is the secret sauce. And so for all those people listening out there. If you think you're gonna find it in a financial statement. It's not there. Because remember as i always teach in my teaching of people in management i always say and particularly to my finance students finance adds no value. And what i mean by that is that finance is a mirror it is a reflection it is a way. It is a feedback mechanism for management team to judge the impact of their decisions. So i like people to understand particularly financial people. I know a lot of financial friends. Listen to this podcast. I want financial. People always keep in mind. That finance is a supporting function. Just as much as human resources and others and if you go into business only with a focus on finance you'll never get there but if you go into business with focus on management leadership strategy in building a team. That works together. It's unstoppable spot on andrew spa and also. I think you know the other thing about i. I often say to small and medium-sized businesses. Never fear giant businesses. Yeah they are so messed up. They can't easily coordinate. The activities of their management team and of the different business units a very difficult thing to do and they've also fallen prey to the the idea of. Kpi's in the sense that everybody has a key performance indicators that they're pushing and all the sudden you have everybody working hard in their own area but few people thinking about how to coordinate that effort and that's why the coordination of the management team is what really can said a small medium sized business apart and make an impact anyways. Those are those. What's your i mean. You've you've done a lot with large as well as small and medium-sized businesses. What are some of the takeaways. Let's just say there's there's listeners here to do have small and medium-sized businesses. What are some of the things that you've learned over the years. I believe one of the things. Andrew that i've just had the fortune to work with is with fortune. Five hundred companies as you mentioned across forty one countries and i agree with you spot on and you mentioned some of these large companies. They have a lot of challenges when they're not coordinated or even if the global headquarters is shoes a directive but when it comes to a localization part if they do not work or respect local partners to work with it doesn't work and one thing i find having coach one hundred fifty. Sme's during this pandemic because it is during this time where truth be told andrew if you would ask me. Is it my first preference to work with sms. Truth be told. It's not reason being because during this pandemic when it hit malaysia we ran into a lot now immediately all out. Huge corporate clients decided to freeze training. Funds decided to freeze employees development funds. And i realized that s my business was suffering yet. I didn't wanna give up so what i felt was. Hey if the big boys or the big corporates are not able to pay me. Where else can i bring my company. Where else can pivot. And where else can i add tremendous value. Because i'm a believer if you wanna get paid in. Whatever you're doing do not ask us of what people could give you but instead ask what you can give people so i started asking myself. What value can i give. And that was. When i realized that a lot of sme's struggling they were shutting down. And then i realized that. I coach i train. I guide a lot of bit. Corporates on sales marketing on how to happen entrepreneurial jal thinking and i thought i'm just going to bring all this formula that i've learned from all these big companies and i'm going to localize it personalized to sme's and that was how we help them generate five to six figures revenue during the time when everyone was closing shop independent lockdown that hit malaysia. And then people heard about us across the region and that was how we got invited across south east asia and part of the united states to do trainings consulting and even some mentoring virtually. But if you were to ask me what i really respect from. Sme's that were willing to at least fight. During this pandemic is their willingness that openness to be jal and to be nimble and to assure a-team that things are going to be uncertain. They're going to be uncertain if physician change of a drop of a hat. They must have be emotional audacity the strength to cope with it and to just have that faith that better things will come

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"kuala" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"kuala" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"That explains why people signed those agreements. Some people were were taken off their stride. When apple signed those agreements at the time They were using until modems for a while. Then they bought intel's modem service and switched to qualcomm but it all sort of makes sense. Now which is they. They needed to go with the proven. Five g modems from qualcomm until they could get their own designs out there and they wanted to make sure they didn't have future problems with qualcomm. So they signed all those patent licensing agreements and it just continues the trend of apple designing the hardware chips. They you know. So so the the agents that are in the the iphone and ipad the m chips that are now in the laptops the you chip for wideband The chip that's in the apple. Watch now the modem like it's going to keep going. I think yeah i mean qualcomm a little bit of a six-year patty and is nice as well. I mean yeah like you said the company is probably like okay. Well let's think of where we go going forward but they've got a few years and i'm sure kuala cash to bet qualcomm has kind of seen this coming to given the trend that we've seen with apple in given how the public has really seen all the changes. That apple has been making as far as their hardware goes. They've had very positive results from the public. As far as like benchmarking and stuff. So i'm sure qualcomm was like i feel like this is happening so we probably need to change our business plans as well and in a certain way apple showing what you can do with the arm system for the m one in a laptop is good for qualcomm because qualcomm can now say look. We can design those kinds of chips for you smaller company. That doesn't have the resources apple does. Oh yeah well. Some things happening over in the twitter verse within twitter itself aperture gene mansion. One found a line of code in the twitter app itself. Indicating that the service may shut down. Its periscope live broadcasting service the could points to a ps app shutdown. Learn more. you are l..

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"kuala" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"kuala" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"That explains why people signed those agreements. Some people were were taken off their stride. When apple signed those agreements at the time They were using until modems for a while. Then they bought intel's modem service and switched to qualcomm but it all sort of makes sense. Now which is they. They needed to go with the proven. Five g modems from qualcomm until they could get their own designs out there and they wanted to make sure they didn't have future problems with qualcomm. So they signed all those patent licensing agreements And it just continues. The trend of apple designing their own hardware chips. They you know so. So the agents that are in the the iphone and ipad the m chips that are now in the laptops the you chip for wideband The chip that's in the apple. Watch now the modem like it's going to keep going. I think yeah i mean qualcomm having a little bit of a six-year patty and is nice as well. I mean yeah like you said the company is probably like okay. Well let's think of where we go going forward but they've got a few years and i'm sure kuala cash to bet qualcomm has kind of seen this coming to light given the trend that we've seen with apple in given how the public has really seen all the changes. That apple has been making as far as their hardware goes. They've had very positive results from the public. As far as like benchmarking and stuff. So i'm sure qualcomm was like i feel like this is happening so we probably need to change our business plans as well and in a certain way apple showing what you can do with the arm system for the m one in a laptop is good for qualcomm because qualcomm can now say look. We can design those kinds of chips for you smaller company. That doesn't have the resources apple. Does well some things happening over in the twitter verse within twitter itself aperture gene mansion. One found a line of code in the twitter app itself. Indicating that the service may shut down. Its periscope live broadcasting service the could points to a ps app shutdown. Learn more. you are l..

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"kuala" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"kuala" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"They agreed to now. That explains why apple signed those agreements. Some people were were taken off their stride. When apple signed those agreements at the time They were using until modems for a while. Then they bought intel's modem service and switched to qualcomm but it all sort of makes sense. Now which is they. They needed to go with the proven. Five g modems from qualcomm until they could get their own designs out there and they wanted to make sure they didn't have future problems with qualcomm. So they signed all those patent licensing agreements And it just continues. The trend of apple designing their own hardware chips. They you know so. So the agents that are in the the iphone and ipad the m chips that are now in the laptops the you chip for wideband The chip that's in the apple. Watch now the modem like it's going to keep going. I think yeah i mean qualcomm having a little bit of a six-year patty and is nice as well. I mean yeah like you said the company is probably like okay. Well let's think of where we go going forward but they've got a few years and i'm sure kuala cash to bet qualcomm has kind of seen this coming to given the trend that we've seen with apple in given how the public has really seen all the changes. That apple has been making as far as their hardware goes. They've had very positive results from the public. As far as like benchmarking and stuff. So i'm sure qualcomm was like i feel like this is happening so we probably need to change our business plans as well and in a certain way apple showing what you can do with the arm system for the m one in a laptop is good for qualcomm because qualcomm can now say look. We can design those kinds of chips for you smaller company. That doesn't have the resources apple. Does well some things happening over in the twitter. Verse Within twitter itself aperture gene mansion. One found a line of code in the twitter app itself. Indicating that the service may shut down. Its periscope live broadcasting service the could points to a ps app shutdown. Learn more. you are l..

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Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai charged under security law

BBC Newshour

08:36 min | 1 year ago

Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai charged under security law

"Citizens, Jimmy Lai. Lai. Has Has been been charged charged with with endangering endangering Chinese Chinese national national security. security. The The businessman businessman and and media media million million billionaire billionaire who's who's in in prison prison in in Hong Hong Kong Kong at at the the moment, moment, is is the the most most high high profile person to be charged under sweeping new law covering conspiring with foreign forces. And carrying a maximum life sentence. Antony DAP. Iran is a lawyer and writer in Hong Kong who spells out what these charges against Mr Lai mean for the direction of Chinese rule in Hong Kong. He's being charged with colluding with foreign forces under the National security law. It's very significant given that Jimmy Lai is such a high profile figure among of the pro democracy parties in Hong Kong. But it's not surprising. It's always expected that he would be one of the key targets under the law after it was introduced. What sorts of things has, he said about Beijing that have obviously cause such a fence. Well, he has bean very public in calling for sanctions to be imposed on both the Hong Kong and Chinese governments in retaliation for their actions here in Hong Kong, and that is specifically under the law constitute the the act of colluding with foreign forces. And so that's the the the actions that we expect that has got him into trouble This time. It's quite a sweeping law, isn't it? And he's not the first to fall foul of it. That's right. It is a very broad law drafted in such a wide way that it can catch all sorts of act. Devotees are so far there have been four people arrested and charged under the law. None of those cases have yet worked their way through the court system. So we don't yet know how Hongkong's judges are going to define the parameters off this law, but it's certainly potentially could be very broad. Reaching indeed. Can you tell us about the case of a teenage activist called Tony Cheung? Yes, Tony chill has been charged under the National security law for inciting succession and subversion. And this is in relation to social media posts that he's alleged to have made with messages of diligently promoting Hong Kong independence or subverting the government. He's also being charged with it with a number of other offenses, including just today he was convicted off. Desecrating the national flag for snatching a Chinese flag off a pro Beijing demonstrator at a protest. He's also facing other charges resulting from his various protest activities. How successful a warning shot Against other protesters. Do you think that these actions are, it's certainly likely to be very intimidating to other protesters and and pro democracy activists in Hong Kong. This is all part of a much broader campaign by the authorities here to crack down on all forms of dissent, and that has included, of course, arrests under the National Security law and under other Hong Kong laws. It's also included the disqualification of legislators the intimidation of the media a crackdown on the education system. All of this really designed to silence any form of dissent here in Hong Kong, and it certainly is having an effect in terms of intimidating people. I think you've described what's going on in Hong Kong in the moment as CAFTA esque. Maybe you could explain what you mean for those who might not be familiar with the works of France, CAFTA Yes. I mean, what we're seeing in Hong Kong isn't often arbitrary Use off state power or the use of the state and the Lauren and I about predictable and inconsistent ways. And you really see it in the way that the government challenges these pro democracy activists and protesters with all sorts of legal charges, often it being unclear exactly what the behavior is that they're being charged with. So I think for many of the pro democracy community here, it feels a little like they are lost in a sort of Casca narrative, not Quite sure when the Lord is going to to swept upon them. Clearly, Beijing thinks it can do things like charge. Businessman Jimmy Lie with impunity is that the case is standing up for Hong Kong falling down the list of priorities for Western governments. It certainly seems that even if Western governments are inclined to take action, this little action they can take that is likely to have any impact on the Chinese government. And we've seen that with sanctions that the United States has a Lied to both Hong Kong and Beijing government leaders. They seem to have have reacted really with defiance. I'm haven't changed their policies or approaches in Hong Kong. It all have been very dismissive of the sanctions and the impact that they've been having all these leaders. And so even these sorts of very assertive actions are not able to sort of change. Attack that the Chinese government is taking here. I'm not sure what else will and so I think that China certainly regards any action by foreign government as an interference in China's internal affairs, and they've given every indication they don't intend to be influenced by that. Antony Dappy ran in Hong Kong. Meanwhile, a reporter working for the American news agency Bloomberg has been detained by the authorities in China. Hayes fan who's a Chinese national hasn't been in contact with her employers for four days now. Robin Brent is the BBC's correspondent in Shanghai and asked him what more we knew about her detention. Well, the truth is not much or we have is the details coming from the American news agency Bloomberg, which were released late today, on Friday, China Time Now they say they last heard from her in a conversation with her editors before lunch on Monday. They haven't heard from her since. But shortly after that conversation, she was seen being escorted from her apartment in Beijing by blankly. Those police officers and in the intervening four days, Bloomberg say they've been in touch with the government here. They've been in touch with the Chinese Embassy in the United States because hes Fanny's a Chinese national on itwas on Thursday when they discovered confirmation that she had been detained. She had been taken and she was being questioned in relation to allegations off breaching national security and the Chinese authorities have recent form. Don't they were foreign journalists are concerned Australian journalists flown out of China recently. American journalists not having their press cards renewed. Yes, I mean, you know, we could have ah, much more longer and detailed conversation about whether that how this fits in with the diplomatic hostilities between the United States and China. Between China on Australia and the Chinese government's use of its very ambiguous national security law to target people to target journalists for things other than genuine allegations off breaching the law, But look a Chinese born Australian journalists Chen Lei, who worked for the state run TV CT TN station, She was detained several months ago in similar circumstances. She hasn't been seen since. Details about her fate have not been forthcoming. There is some continuation that this may be linked to that, but we just don't know the evacuation as it was off to journalists. Australian journalists a couple of months ago linked to Chang Le's detention Pretty much ended Australia's ability to report from this country. Certainly when it comes to TV, anyway. Yesterday as well was the two year anniversary to the day off the detention on Don't going detention off two Canadians Michael Coverage of Michael's favor. One of businessmen want a former diplomat, two men who were detained by China in China. In the days following the arrest of a very high profile Kuala Way telecom company executive in Canada. So look, it's seen on used frankly, by the Chinese as a tool is a tactic off diplomacy, but I have to say We don't know any details about Hayes fans detention why she's being detained how she was detained where she's being detained because the Chinese authorities are not saying so. They're simply confirming that they have her. What does it say, though about the state of Open reporting in China, particularly by foreign nationals, the foreign correspondent's Club of China Says. It's very alarmed, for instance. Yeah, but it's hard here. It's hard for foreign nationals that believe me. It's even harder for Chinese nationals. Hayes fan is a Chinese national. She's an experienced journalist she's working for Bloomberg. Last three years, but other organizations before that, and she is what's known as a news assistant here. Chinese nationals aren't allowed to be employed to do what I do to report you know, prominently in newspapers or on camera or on the radio. They can only be employed his news assistance. But that is a huge understatement of what they do. I have a Chinese colleague who is my new system and she is absolutely vital to our operation here in Shanghai. That was Robin Brent, who's the BBC's correspondent in Shanghai.

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Travel to Penang Malaysia

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

06:14 min | 2 years ago

Travel to Penang Malaysia

"Welcome to the amateur traveler. I'm your host Chris Christensen. Let's talk about paying. I'd like to welcome the show ruth from Vancouver and that's not the one in Canada but the one in Washington and that's the state of Washington. DC. WHO's come to talk to us about Penang? Malaysia Ruth Welcome to the show. Thank you. Glad to be here and some of you met ruth. If you traveled a with me to Morocco ruth was one of the people on that trip and we're friends from long before that and you have spent the last. Three years up until the coronavirus down in southeast. Asia's that have I got. The timing writer was longer than Well, we had three years in Singapore. And then we were into our just pass our first year in Penang when the covert virus and I actually was here in the states and got stranded here as the movement control order went into effect inning and I wasn't able to get back into the country. So we're now home back in the state of Washington and Yeah. But Penang was our home for about a year. Will, and when we get to the point where we can, why should someone go to Penang? Penang is just a very interesting piece of as. You have three distinct people ethnicities who make up panning opening is one of the thirteen states of Malaysia. It's the second smallest. It's the only one that has a island plus mainland components, and the island is the part that we are familiar with. That's where we lived. We lived in Penang Island Penang. Island. Has Like I say three different distinct groups. There's the Chinese, which are about fifty percent, which is more than the most of Malaysia, your Chinese percentage, and then you have forty percent Malay- and about nine percent of the Indians who are mostly Tamil speakers so there from southern. Yup and then we have the expert groups and in particular, there's one large group of experts that now reside in Penang as a result of Malaysia's M. M.. Two H. Program, which is Malaysia my second home. So quite a few people have actually retired they've made it their permanent home. So it's a very eclectic group of different ethnicities and different cultures and they do not intermixed very much. So you really do have these distinct. And distinct foods and distinct ways of living and languages, and you can do it all in a very small space and people have been to Singapore Penang. It's about the third of the size of Singapore. And only has about fifteen percent of the population of Singapore's on the island about seven hundred thousand people that makes it much more spread out. You're not just in these big crowds of people and yet you're experiencing the same kind of cultural mixing and interaction that you might get in Singapore. I like to think of Penang sort of like Singapore before Lee Kuan Yew came in and modernized and sanitized. Everything, so Penang gives you that old feel I think of what Singapore would have been like. Before everything was cleaned up and so and not to say that it's dangerous or unhealthy to be there but you just get that kind of older. Feel you have people cook it on the streets for food and things like that. So the I highly recommend going just because it's different than a lot of other places you might go in Asia will in terms of Malaysia we're on or just off of the mainland portion of Malaysia in the. West Coast in the north. So we on cow before we're south of that which is way up by the border with Thailand and then we`re Two thirds the distance from Kuala Lumpur up to the type border. Yes yes. Like you say we're to the west of the mainland and very close actually up. I think there's only one one state may be two that are above pinning on the mainland before you get to. Thailand. So it is still pretty close to time. There is some influence of Thai Culture Thai food. In. What is in Penang Yeah I? Think you're forty miles from Thailand. yes. Yeah and what's interesting about pinning to is, and we'll talk about this a little bit more but you came and visited us when we were in Singapore and we went to the parental museum to remember that in singer. So Penang is one of three places in that Malaysian Singaporean area that has Parana Akin Chinese or also called the Straits Chinese also called the bubble Nokia's so they are located in Penang Malacca and in. Singapore. So I've actually been to all three places. I've been to the museums in each of those places and it's a fascinating culture. People from that culture came from China from mainland. China many years ago. treaters remember correctly yet and they came in and adopted many of the Malay Practices and cultures, and some of the foods and sort of turn them into their own. They were usually very very wealthy and their homes were extravagant and their furniture was lavish and carved, and they also incorporated some of the colonialism of the British. So they had fancy dinner ware and fancy glasses and mirrors and their homes were just beautiful and in Penang you can go onto Church Street, which is down in Georgetown and there is a Paranthan Museum there for Twenty Ringgit. which is almost nothing that's four ringgit to a dollar. So it's five dollars you can go in and get a tour of the product museum there, and it's fascinating. It was owned actually by a gangster. A Chinese gangster and his family I and It's now part of the state I believe as a museum and they do try to preserve this product can culture because it is only really in these three distinct places.

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Malaysia court sentences ex-Prime Minister Najib Razak to serve up to 12 years in jail for crimes linked to 1MDB scandal

Morning Edition

02:12 min | 2 years ago

Malaysia court sentences ex-Prime Minister Najib Razak to serve up to 12 years in jail for crimes linked to 1MDB scandal

"Court has found former Prime Minister Najib Razak guilty. He's been sentenced to 12 years in prison. This was in his first corruption trial connected To the plundering of the so called one Mdb State Investment fund. This is part of one of the largest most far reaching financial scandals in history involved at least 10 countries, including the United States, Michael Sullivan reports. Things could have gone a lot better for Najeeb today, the judge finding him guilty on all seven counts of abuse of power, criminal breach of trust and three counts of money laundering in a trial widely seen as a test of Malaysia's commitment to the rule of law. I think it's a good day for Malaysia. Bridget Welsh is a research associate with the University of Nottingham. And an expert on Malaysian politics. Speaking from the capital, Kuala Lumpur, This decision actually re affirms that the rule of law is working. The judge was very careful and laying out his decision, and I think that there was set the sense that the decision move forward in a very uncertain political environment and the judiciary. At least this has ruled the day and with that there has been a sense of justice. Now Jeeves Fall from Grace has been swift just two years ago. Then Prime Minister. Najib's party was dealt a shocking defeat in the general election, in part because of the public's discussed with one MDB scandal, which saw billions siphoned off from the government investment fund into individual bank accounts, including prosecutors say Najib's The Jeep has maintained his innocence and said on Facebook last night that he was misled by others and that the charges against him are political in nature. It's going to be a long process of appeals and their two more paces, and it may be a number of years, but you know he will basically not be allowed to contest the election. During this process, and that's important, Brigitte Wolf says, and helps Malaysia's current prime minister Modena seen who heads a shaky coalition that includes Najib's party. She says Mujahideen will gain the most from today's rulings because he will be seen as putting the country before politics malicious restoring its reputation internationally, and it used to be in the top 10 countries for corruption. Now this makes it stand tall, and I think that is that really serves Malaysia well for NPR

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03:47 min | 2 years ago

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Global stocks slip after Trump accuses China of a 'disinformation and propaganda attack'

BTV Simulcast

01:16 min | 2 years ago

Global stocks slip after Trump accuses China of a 'disinformation and propaganda attack'

"The market since it really is a tale of two mornings one of the first half of which was showing positivity really across the board would really turn tail off to a Donald trump escalated his rhetoric against China suggesting that leader xi jin ping is behind a quote disinformation and propaganda attack on the U. S. in Europe a good dose of went on to say that it all comes from the top and added that China was desperate to have the former vice president Joe Biden win the presidential race that may be as seven negative turn it halfway through the morning I'm looking at now well we ought that dis the position that the these equity markets are in the have the answer to that is a negative trend hang sang was negative just looking so what else is happy because it was a futures contracts they've also turned down U. S. futures as Singapore pretty much flat the the entire market but getting a bit of a boost eight tenths of one percent high at that time after the bank of Thailand did of course cut interest rates twenty five basis points of Malaysia is up by one percent to and the Manila story dominating there is that the Philippine airlines restructuring taking places the the position that full equity markets in the Singapore Bangkok and also Kuala

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Malaysia's Mahathir loses bid to return as prime minister

BBC World Service

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Malaysia's Mahathir loses bid to return as prime minister

"The king of Malaysia has sworn in the country's eighth prime minister the appointment comes after a week of political turmoil triggered by the resignation of my Hussey Muhammad's the ninety four year old incumbent his success at Morgan yes in held the post of interior minister in the previous government's Jonathan head reports the new prime minister Mohit in Yassin who was sworn in as the royal palace in Kuala Lumpur after Malaysia's constitutional monarch announced that he had sufficient support in parliament to form a government but his appointment has been challenged by the veteran leadership my heart him Muhammad who until his resignation earlier this week had led a multi policy and multi ethnic coalition of which Mr mackay dean had been a member Dr Martinez says he not Mister McKay dean has the backing of a majority of MPs and he accused the new prime minister of

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Biodiversity must move up international agenda, following Australia bush fires

UN News

09:24 min | 2 years ago

Biodiversity must move up international agenda, following Australia bush fires

"Than one hundred. Wildfires are still raging across Australia with record-breaking temperatures and drought contributing to the loss of more than six million actors of land. There is home to some of the most unique plants and animals in the world. Some estimates suggest that around half a billion animals have burned to death in the state of New South Wales alone in an interview with you and use John Scanlon special envoy for the African Parks nonprofit orgnization in former secretary general of seats the UN Becht Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species said that increasing threats to biodiversity must be lift up the international agenda The australian-born Environment and conservation expert spoke to Julia Dean from our UN Information Centre enter in Canberra. These are tragedy tragedy for people. People have lost their lives They property livestock. And it's also uh-huh tragedy for wildlife. We've seen something like eleven million hectares lost and I've figures of Iran. One billion animals have been lost through the fires. And that's an instrument and some of these animals Quite unique habitats. So it's devastating and I think ministers recently coded holded an ecological catastrophe. And I. I think I'd adopt the same terms. Straight is a negative country. It has unique wildlife fan nowhere else on the planet other than the Stra and there are a number of species that have been put at great risk through the scale and extent of these flies on a personal night. Right you are from. And what is your reaction to what specifically happened on. Kangaroo loudon inside personally heartbreaking to see what's happening there entangle die die. I grew up in Adelaide as you said I visited. Kangaroo Island as a child with the family Went on a Ymca camp to Kangaroo Island When I was in legal practice actus I spend a lot of time there and when I was chief executive of Environment Heritage and Aboriginal Affairs obviously the National Parks on the until under our I watch and it's it's devastating to see the scale of the loss on kangaroo island such a beautiful? I mean fantastic community really strong community. They eh EH. Extraordinary wildlife fantastic landscapes beautiful produce to see the scale of the FIS hitting that island. What it's done for people uh property livestock and wildlife is just devastating Koalas in particular? What do you think is the man? Do you have any idea of what the actors in general in ruin is the population of animals. that a big hit so badly. The interesting thing. Koalas is that we introduced to kangaroo island really as a as a safe haven for them and they have. The population is growing significantly in. It's fantastic. It's clemency free population of Kuala a safe zone for Koala and and we hid. They've probably lost half of the population which is terrible if you think Animals dying in the FIS and getting injured through the FIS is and that such scale and the populations taken a huge hit not just On kangaroo island but across other parts of Australia so it's really Put the much more difficult position than than it's ever been before yet. Terrible and do you think there would be any role for the UN or other multilateral institutions institutions to get involved in helping to rebalance the unique flora and fauna of Australia wants the Pfizer at the United Nations is a large organization with many. The different components is united. We have some significant meetings coming up this year there will be the meeting the conference of the parties to the Convention on Biological School Diversity in Kunming in China and at this meeting countries of looking at what sort of by Vesey framework we should have between twenty twenty and twenty thirty thirty. So how should we deal with the loss of biodiversity that we're experiencing what sort of measures should be taken and certainly climate change is a very big part ought to that compensation along with all the other threats to diversity. So I think we have a chance to to recalibrate rethink recognized that at the threats threats to biodiversity including those coming from climate. Change Asa via and you know we have according to recent UN reports million species at risk of extinction over coming decades nights if we don't change course so quickly. That conference gives us an opportunity by globally and in the context of Australia to rethink where we are with biodiversity Are we on the right track. Are we taking the right measures to ensure that we're not losing it and also be the twenty meeting of the conference of the parties to did the comic convention and we'll be looking at the Paris Agreement and nationally determined contributions. There's also an opportunity there to look at. What sort of responses are being taken to climate? I'm a change. Not just in mitigation but also inadaptation and building resilience. which is such a big issue for Australia and other countries as well? How are we going to adapt to changing climate conditions? And just done that diversity has been at the forefront of the climate change discussion. No that's unfortunate. It and biodiversity has not been well enough recognized in the contribution that biodiversity makes in terms of being able to mitigate adapt build resilience to climate change but also the contribution that it makes people's personal health and wellbeing contribution it makes to development into generating people's jobs so we really need to leaked by the up the international agenda. And that's certainly what's being attempted this year. Not only to protect bottlers in the at sign right to recognize how inextricably linked to our response to climate change and to the way in which we develop an achieve achieve the UN sustainable development goals and you travel the globe extensively in your role as special envoy for African parks. What's been the reaction to the bush fires sized from people that you speak with? Yes I'm I'm currently based in In Switzerland And I think the scale and the intensity of the intensity intensity of these fires has really shocked everyone Discount applies impact the area covered by these. These are the two and a half times the size of Switzerland the country triomphe currently living in and I am receiving messages from people right across the globe every continent concern about the FIS asking me. If my family's a I asked me about what's happening and and the response in house drill is going to deal with say there's been an overwhelming response and not just in terms of expressions concern and goodwill but people are giving their asking. How can I support Australia? How could I contribute to these? Whether it's from relation to the impact on people property or livestock but may given my my job. I have a lot of people coming to me saying. How can we help the wildlife? The wildlife recover hat. Can we help injured animals news Be Treated so it's been an overwhelming response From everyone at the not being erected with across across the globe to this this crisis the destroyers being confronting through these bush fires and in your role as looking at things globally as you travel the the strategy bushfires are one part of a crosses in a particular country but there are other crises going on around the world. Do you think if you've got excludable knowledge and experience that we can make this challenge. Well I'm a bit of a born optimus. I do believe we can reach Matab challenges. I think one of the inspiring things sir looking at what's going on from a distance is the way. The Australian public has responded The volunteers support from firefighters through the victim. Marion's through to just members of the public who are giving contributing supporting through to the wealthiest Australians. We really are seeing Australia. Come together the to respond to this crisis and great international support. I do think we can respond. I think it's possibly a bit of a wake up. Call that we do have to be be better prepared. We do need to look at how we are able to respond to changing climate conditions. Howie Eh to build a build resilience within the system? So I really think it's It's really everybody up to say we. We really need to scale up our if it here. From an economic point of view in terms of the impact it has on the economy from a personal point of view the impact it has on peoples whose lives had their property the livelihoods but also in terms of Australia's unique wildlife and the impact. It's having because the bushfires has come on top of the draft they come on top of loss of habitat through various activities through invasive species cats foxes and other species. So you know L.. Watts really taking a hit and with this bushfire coming on top of everything else. It's really crisis time. And that's why it's good to see see this. Initial allocation fifty million from the Bush Fire Relief Fund being allocated to to live and see more.

Biodiversity must move up international agenda, following Australia bush fires

UN News

09:24 min | 2 years ago

Biodiversity must move up international agenda, following Australia bush fires

"Than one hundred. Wildfires are still raging across Australia with record-breaking temperatures and drought contributing to the loss of more than six million actors of land. There is home to some of the most unique plants and animals in the world. Some estimates suggest that around half a billion animals have burned to death in the state of New South Wales alone in an interview with you and use John Scanlon special envoy for the African Parks nonprofit orgnization in former secretary general of seats the UN Becht Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species said that increasing threats to biodiversity must be lift up the international agenda The australian-born Environment and conservation expert spoke to Julia Dean from our UN Information Centre enter in Canberra. These are tragedy tragedy for people. People have lost their lives They property livestock. And it's also uh-huh tragedy for wildlife. We've seen something like eleven million hectares lost and I've figures of Iran. One billion animals have been lost through the fires. And that's an instrument and some of these animals Quite unique habitats. So it's devastating and I think ministers recently coded holded an ecological catastrophe. And I. I think I'd adopt the same terms. Straight is a negative country. It has unique wildlife fan nowhere else on the planet other than the Stra and there are a number of species that have been put at great risk through the scale and extent of these flies on a personal night. Right you are from. And what is your reaction to what specifically happened on. Kangaroo loudon inside personally heartbreaking to see what's happening there entangle die die. I grew up in Adelaide as you said I visited. Kangaroo Island as a child with the family Went on a Ymca camp to Kangaroo Island When I was in legal practice actus I spend a lot of time there and when I was chief executive of Environment Heritage and Aboriginal Affairs obviously the National Parks on the until under our I watch and it's it's devastating to see the scale of the loss on kangaroo island such a beautiful? I mean fantastic community really strong community. They eh EH. Extraordinary wildlife fantastic landscapes beautiful produce to see the scale of the FIS hitting that island. What it's done for people uh property livestock and wildlife is just devastating Koalas in particular? What do you think is the man? Do you have any idea of what the actors in general in ruin is the population of animals. that a big hit so badly. The interesting thing. Koalas is that we introduced to kangaroo island really as a as a safe haven for them and they have. The population is growing significantly in. It's fantastic. It's clemency free population of Kuala a safe zone for Koala and and we hid. They've probably lost half of the population which is terrible if you think Animals dying in the FIS and getting injured through the FIS is and that such scale and the populations taken a huge hit not just On kangaroo island but across other parts of Australia so it's really Put the much more difficult position than than it's ever been before yet. Terrible and do you think there would be any role for the UN or other multilateral institutions institutions to get involved in helping to rebalance the unique flora and fauna of Australia wants the Pfizer at the United Nations is a large organization with many. The different components is united. We have some significant meetings coming up this year there will be the meeting the conference of the parties to the Convention on Biological School Diversity in Kunming in China and at this meeting countries of looking at what sort of by Vesey framework we should have between twenty twenty and twenty thirty thirty. So how should we deal with the loss of biodiversity that we're experiencing what sort of measures should be taken and certainly climate change is a very big part ought to that compensation along with all the other threats to diversity. So I think we have a chance to to recalibrate rethink recognized that at the threats threats to biodiversity including those coming from climate. Change Asa via and you know we have according to recent UN reports million species at risk of extinction over coming decades nights if we don't change course so quickly. That conference gives us an opportunity by globally and in the context of Australia to rethink where we are with biodiversity Are we on the right track. Are we taking the right measures to ensure that we're not losing it and also be the twenty meeting of the conference of the parties to did the comic convention and we'll be looking at the Paris Agreement and nationally determined contributions. There's also an opportunity there to look at. What sort of responses are being taken to climate? I'm a change. Not just in mitigation but also inadaptation and building resilience. which is such a big issue for Australia and other countries as well? How are we going to adapt to changing climate conditions? And just done that diversity has been at the forefront of the climate change discussion. No that's unfortunate. It and biodiversity has not been well enough recognized in the contribution that biodiversity makes in terms of being able to mitigate adapt build resilience to climate change but also the contribution that it makes people's personal health and wellbeing contribution it makes to development into generating people's jobs so we really need to leaked by the up the international agenda. And that's certainly what's being attempted this year. Not only to protect bottlers in the at sign right to recognize how inextricably linked to our response to climate change and to the way in which we develop an achieve achieve the UN sustainable development goals and you travel the globe extensively in your role as special envoy for African parks. What's been the reaction to the bush fires sized from people that you speak with? Yes I'm I'm currently based in In Switzerland And I think the scale and the intensity of the intensity intensity of these fires has really shocked everyone Discount applies impact the area covered by these. These are the two and a half times the size of Switzerland the country triomphe currently living in and I am receiving messages from people right across the globe every continent concern about the FIS asking me. If my family's a I asked me about what's happening and and the response in house drill is going to deal with say there's been an overwhelming response and not just in terms of expressions concern and goodwill but people are giving their asking. How can I support Australia? How could I contribute to these? Whether it's from relation to the impact on people property or livestock but may given my my job. I have a lot of people coming to me saying. How can we help the wildlife? The wildlife recover hat. Can we help injured animals news Be Treated so it's been an overwhelming response From everyone at the not being erected with across across the globe to this this crisis the destroyers being confronting through these bush fires and in your role as looking at things globally as you travel the the strategy bushfires are one part of a crosses in a particular country but there are other crises going on around the world. Do you think if you've got excludable knowledge and experience that we can make this challenge. Well I'm a bit of a born optimus. I do believe we can reach Matab challenges. I think one of the inspiring things sir looking at what's going on from a distance is the way. The Australian public has responded The volunteers support from firefighters through the victim. Marion's through to just members of the public who are giving contributing supporting through to the wealthiest Australians. We really are seeing Australia. Come together the to respond to this crisis and great international support. I do think we can respond. I think it's possibly a bit of a wake up. Call that we do have to be be better prepared. We do need to look at how we are able to respond to changing climate conditions. Howie Eh to build a build resilience within the system? So I really think it's It's really everybody up to say we. We really need to scale up our if it here. From an economic point of view in terms of the impact it has on the economy from a personal point of view the impact it has on peoples whose lives had their property the livelihoods but also in terms of Australia's unique wildlife and the impact. It's having because the bushfires has come on top of the draft they come on top of loss of habitat through various activities through invasive species cats foxes and other species. So you know L.. Watts really taking a hit and with this bushfire coming on top of everything else. It's really crisis time. And that's why it's good to see see this. Initial allocation fifty million from the Bush Fire Relief Fund being allocated to to live and see more.

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"kuala" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"kuala" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Some of us on this Wednesday beyond the headlines now this morning's might Gavin is here with a look at some of the other stories you'll be talking about this morning good morning well out of the many repulsive things about air travel airline food probably ranks high on the list for most of us but not for air Asia according to CNN Asia's largest local cost carrier is betting that people love it's food so much that it opened its first restaurant this week offering the same menu would sells on flights it's not a gimmick either air Asia based in Malaysia says it plans to open more than one hundred restaurants globally within the next five years the quick service restaurants first location is in a mall in Kuala Lumpur entrees cost around three dollars and include local delicacies such as chicken rice and the airlines a signature rice dish with chili sauce locally sourced coffee teas and desserts are also on the menu air Asia hopes its Asian specific food will attract people over its western competitors it's also part of the company's broader plan to become a lifestyle brand really yes yes I don't like that when airlines who we don't see let's let's face facts aren't always great it you know just like get our bags on the plane get this to where we need to go on time in that kind of thing now the branch out to become a lifestyle brand wow that is astonishing yes yes I think we need to know sort of like keep our eye on the ball here rates especially during the busy holiday season stay in your lane yes air Asia that every saying Saturday in your lap and I can't think of one thing is certain we certainly here in the states domestically I can't think of one thing I've ever had the plane as it you know what I wish I could go out and buy that at a restaurant in terminal or something like there might be willing to try I mean there there were many sounds pretty good well yes this sounds better than what we get here and you sort of our domestic flights if your if they're gonna become a lifestyle brand yeah I'm gonna throw this out there yeah do you deliver to Jamesburg New Jersey yes well what I need to I mean you can't be a restaurant these days and not deliver okay I'm we see perform so how long will it take that chicken rice dish to get to you know from Kuala loathe to some insurance as a what kind of condition would be and when it gets and if you haven't managed to get your Christmas lights up yet but your neighbors gone all out again this year there is a low effort solution an Australian homes Christmas display is going viral after a resident piggy backed on their neighbors decorations a video recorded in the south Australian shows a resident extravagant Christmas decorations featuring thousands of multi colored lights a during the home and the trees in the yard the camera then pans over to a neighbor's home where holiday lights were used to spell out the word ditto with an arrow pointing toward the more elaborate display it's very well.

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News in Brief 2 October 2019

UN News

03:48 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 2 October 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. A lawyer whose work helped the Kirghiz Republic to become the first country in the world to end statelessness has one a top honor from the UN refugee agency. UNHCR Aziz Beck Osheroff thirty eight was on Wednesday named the Twenty Nineteen recipient apn of the UNHCR nonsense refugee award his organization for Ghana Valley Lawyers. Without Borders has helped more than ten thousand people again Kirghiz nationality after they became stateless following the dissolution of the Soviet Union in nineteen ninety one the formation of new states in the aftermath aftermath left scores of people stateless stranded across newly established borders often with now invalid Soviet passports and without any means to prove where they we're born. Mr Asha Rav was motivated by his own family's difficulties in achieving citizenship after arriving from WHO's Becca Stan he told UNHCR nature CR. I cannot stand still when I see an injustice. statelessness is injustice. A stateless person is not recognized by any state. They are like ghosts. They exist physically but they don't exist on paper the UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award was established in nineteen fifty four it is named for free not off nonsense a Norwegian scientists polar explorer and diplomat who was the first high commissioner for Refugees or the nation's the precursor to the United Nations nations winners receive one hundred fifty thousand dollars donated by Switzerland Norway to pursue a project to assist displaced people to be developed in close consultation station with UNHCR less than thirty days before the newly formed Constitutional Committee for Syria meets in Geneva to attempt to secure a peaceful full and two years of conflict the U. N. special envoy for the country acknowledged that progress depends on overcoming several obstacles from the release of prisoners to a reduction. Shen in violence in the country's war ravaged North West speaking on Wednesday journalists in the Swiss city. Guy Patterson appeared upbeat about the thirtieth October Ober face to face meeting of the one hundred fifty member committee comprising fifty representatives each from the government opposition and civil society committing mytton itself in Seoul the crisis in Syria and I think no one has ever claimed that but what we have said is that a constitution futian could help to bridge differences but in the Syrian society could help to build trust and it could also be a door opener to the broad to political process a smaller body consisting of forty five members will also meet separately to prepare and draft proposals in line with agreed terms framed named by the key principles of respect for the UN Charter Security Council resolutions unserious sovereignty independence and territorial integrity it too will be made up of equal members from the three groups that is fifteen people each from the government opposition and civil society the UN human rights. It's High Commissioner will be in Malaysia later this week. The first ever visit by a U N human rights chief to the country Michelle Bachelet arrives in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday. Eh for a two day visit at the invitation of the government she is scheduled to meet with Prime Minister Tune Dr Mahathir Bin Mohamed and other high level officials us as well as the National Human Rights Institutions Suhakam civil society organizations the National Bar Association and the UN and diplomatic community. The High Commissioner is also due to visit an alternative learning center for Rohingya Refugees Deanne Pen U._N. News.

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In Iran’s Hierarchy, Talks With Trump Are Now Seen as Inevitable

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

In Iran’s Hierarchy, Talks With Trump Are Now Seen as Inevitable

"Iran's foreign minister Javad Zarif is in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia he is talking to reporters there about possible talks with president trump that's something French president Emmanuel McCrone has been pushing the reef says the US must observe the twenty fifteen nuclear deal as any condition for talks president trump pulled out of the accord last year began ratcheting up sanctions which are wrong once

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Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur And China discussed on AP 24 Hour News

AP 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur And China discussed on AP 24 Hour News

"The second female baby panda born in Malaysia has been named at the national zoo in Kuala Lumpur the band was named Eugene meaning friendship she was born on the fourteenth of January of twenty eighteen he and other pandas at those who are part of China's giant panda international conservation project it was formed to mark the fortieth anniversary of diplomatic relations

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Russia's disinformation war

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:18 min | 3 years ago

Russia's disinformation war

"Seventeen Five years walls ago first this and week foremost Malaysia an immense Airlines human Flight tragedy M._O._H.. Seventeen felt most a Boeing profoundly triple seven in the Netherlands on route one from hundred Amsterdam eighty to Kuala nine Lumpur of whose citizens was shot were down on the in flight. eastern Ukraine not far from Donetsk all two hundred ninety eight passengers changes and crew aboard were killed with a militias own negligent. It stands by any measure as one of the worst crimes of the twenty first century. A series of Dutch Lid investigations have confirmed that m h seventeen walls struck doc by a russian-made surface to missile launched from Ukrainian territory controlled by Russia backed separatists last month the Dutch investigators charged four men over alleged roles in the M H seventeen massacre Sokaia three Russian nationals or current or former officers of Russia's intelligence services and one Ukrainian separatist commander Russia as traditional denies everything and Russia as traditional denies everything with a furious and imaginative determination on a number of fronts and made seventeen was not the first deployment of Russia's modern propaganda apparatus. It certainly wasn't the lost but it remains arguably the most first usefully illustrative five years old what have we learned about. 'em Age seventeen and how has Russian disinformation evolved since in content and delivery. This is the foreign desk. This is the one single incident which really does show the Russia not only doesn't want to be a powerful when I say Russia I mean the Kremlin Putin's regime. They don't want to be a part of the world system and they want to do everything they can to disrupt the possible. Destroy destroy the world system who was organizing this. Why is a piece of content being directed me as it used my date dude? I think I'm certain type of pus in order to direct this. I'm you all the stuff so we have to kind of always like strip the Internet down we can see the whole machinery of it how the means of production and that really has to change that really really has to change and the site positive effects of the Russians doing so much nasty stuff is that it's stimulates discussion about argument is that there is no truth that the West has been lying about many things and the truth about M._S.. Seventy can that be Ping thome once you dissolve this truce aside once you save there is no truce in the world and the world then you can make any conclusion you're listening to the foreign desk with me and Ramallah and first of all this week we'll hear from an Sova in Moscow based correspondent for Newsweek and the daily beast and it was at the M._O._H.. Seventeen crush site in eastern Ukraine shortly after the aircraft was shot down a Malaysia Airlines played with nearly three hundred people on board has crashed in Ukraine either Russian flames in the distance mark the spot where Malaysia Airlines flight seventeen crash landed in eastern Ukraine Malaysian Airlines flight with about two hundred ninety five people on board has crashed. We are told obviously obviously the world is watching reports of down passenger jet near the Russia Ukraine border and it looks looks like like maybe maybe a a terrible terrible tragedy tragedy covering covering the the conflicts conflicts between between pro pro Russian Russian Shen Shen rebel rebel forces forces and and Ukrainian Ukrainian forces in eastern Ukraine. They arrived one day later. Ultimate catastrophic I came to the Knicks confirmed onions. We drove to the field in the morning and it was still steel smoking a little bit that fills and they were debris and remains all over the hills. It was a very very quiet silence. We saw scary tragic sad things on. I bet filled article that nobody's stoked us. There were a few rabble sweet. We saw men in uniforms with weapons but they did not stop us from walking around that filled although were quite a few people walking around including international observers one of the versions was discussed discussed among among local local people people was was that that the the plane plane was was shut shut down down by by one one Komo Komo plane. plane. Somebody Somebody sold sold they they saw saw another another plane plane in the sky. Roseanne <unk> discussed an explosion. They discussed an explosion and somebody said it was a rocket and depending on whether people were pro-russian Oprah Ukrainian they had their versions accordingly some said it must have been a Russian rocket are the sad must have been Ukrainian rockets. The will also sort of missed growing around the catastrophic and one of them was Miss About Messengers being naked 'cause they were lighting <unk> speed you know but local people sold and created the Smith about make passengers being loaded on that plane before before the plane took Colt so that was one of conspiracy

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Whooshkaa upgrades Forever Free and adds a Pro Plan

podnews

01:32 min | 3 years ago

Whooshkaa upgrades Forever Free and adds a Pro Plan

"Carport contest has updated its free forever plan with free dynamic ad in session as well as free transcription and posted more details the company says they host post six thousand podcasts across the world i heart radio have launched their own podcast top one hundred consisting of podcasts carried only i heart radio platform the company says it now lists two hundred and fifty thousand different shows rose and describes this chances most listens to it goes by mid april current top three is number one the ron burgundy podcast number two the bobby bones show and number three the joe rogan experience twenty six chinese audio apps including podcast companies have been told to closed all cement in front of the regulator the cyberspace administration of china must recognize chinese happened the west himalayan fm has been pulled from a number of chinese stores more than a third of you as public radio fans listen to podcasts every week that's according to research from jacobs media they also points out the recent data shows washington dc containing the people most likely be to have listened nine to five mac thing see apple watch podcasts that could be better i guess some features suggestions we hear the radio days asia and you radio conference asia to be held in kuala lumpur in malaysia in late august we'll have a number of case studies about podcasting and include editor at the speaker ask me

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"kuala" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"kuala" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Have called a vote on this Bill before sending every member of congress on recess for ten days this, despite a plea from house majority leader Steny Hoyer, it needs to be passed as. As soon as possible for the welfare of our people, Democrats will likely try again tomorrow and then effort fails house passage by roll-call vote is expected next week jury bowed lender. Washington, an investigation in Italy alleges a prominent doctor took kickbacks from pharmaceutical executive to help promote opioids and to counter warnings about spiking prescriptions in the country named in the probe are officials with the Italian branch of Munda pharma, the foreign arm of US-based Purdue pharma Purdue faces lawsuits in the US over its role in the opioid addiction crisis. This is the first known case outside the US where employees of the empire have been criminally implicated could Roe versus Wade have. It's day in the supreme court, again, numerous states involved in legal fights over terminating pregnancies, and the issue isn't fading away anytime soon. The licensing dispute is resolved by Friday. No pregnancy can be legally terminated in Missouri. Dr leeann a win is the CEO of. Planned parenthood. Federation of America. Trill. Real crisis. Brian Westbrook is with the Saint Louis coalition for life. We get told all the time. That. Well, are you going to take care of this, baby? Are you going to help this mom and really the thing is yes, we are? We're going to walk through this process with them. I'm John Lawrence reporting, these bream court will decide whether the family of Mexican teenager who was shot to death by an American border agent can sue for damages in US courts. The justices said they will hear arguments next term in a case, involving an agent who fired shots across the US Mexico border that killed fifteen year old Sergio, Adrian Hernandez Recco, the shooting occurred in two thousand ten on the border between El Paso, Texas in Juarez, Mexico. The US border patrol agent said he fired his gun because he was being attacked by people throwing rocks on the Mexican side of the border. Eric bushman KLIF news. KFI news time is now seven thirty three attorney, Michael Nadi, who represented adult film, star. Stormy Daniels in her lawsuit against President Trump faced a rapid fire series of Manhattan federal court appearances yesterday that resulted in to not guilty plea in the morning ever. Naughty, was in one federal courtroom pleading not guilty to charges of fraud and aggravated identity theft. He allegedly used a forged document to have payments from. Stormy Daniels publisher deposited into an account that he controlled in the afternoon. He pleaded not guilty to charges that he attempted to extort Nike for twenty five million dollars. I am now facing the fight of my life against the ultimate Goliath. The Trump administration outside federal court avenue said he was confident. He would be exonerated by juries in both cases. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. Malaysia will send back some thirty three hundred tons of non recyclable plastic waste to countries such as the United States. The United Kingdom, Canada and Australia in a move to avoid becoming a dumping ground for rich nations, according to their environment minister, government officials. There say many developing countries have become new targets after China banned the import of plastic waste last year last week. The Philippines said it would ship back dozens of containers of garbage that Filipino officials charged were illegally shipped to their country. From Canada in two thousand thirteen in two thousand fourteen ten of the containers are due to be shipped back within two weeks. That's just a part of the waste at a port outside Kuala Lumpur. Gosh, I almost forgot what to say. Hi to our biggest fan. Who leash mitt from plano, who's them? I met him yet. I met him the other day. You did. Yes. And when I tell you, he listens to us every day around this time it may be a little late said, usually like six forty five to seven thirty. I hope he's still listening has I said, I'd give them a shout out. He said, don't do yesterday because he was playing golf and you weren't here and I wasn't here anyway, he wouldn't be listening, but he's listening this morning. So, well, maybe we ought to do that. A little earlier tomorrow. Maybe it's six forty five here. Yeah. I'll probably find out later today. If he heard it or not. We stumbled across a listener it a red letter day, and he was such a nice, man. I met him and his wife. They're just lovely people. I'm just kidding. We have tens and tens of listeners. Thirty five. Let's get an update on traffic..

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"kuala" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"kuala" Discussed on 710 WOR

"O'Hara shirts. Maybe we'll see that on Netflix. Hey. What are your plans in Florida? You're going to see some baseball. Timbo look at this get on. I'm the last guy getting on the plane. Well, i'm. Because you're talking to me. Yes. All right. Well, I'll let you go. You have a good flight. I'll talk to you next week. All right. Thank you, Mike from o'hara's here on the Joe Bartlett, Saturday show, you know, what another one of these international events that captured attention was the disappearance of flight three seventy Malaysia Airlines flight three seventy do you believe that it was five years ago yesterday that that flight disappeared? And do you believe we still do not know what happened? No. We don't know what happened and they've only found small bits and pieces of the plane five years ago in a crashed into the Indian Ocean. Now, this was a a Boeing triple seven on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Malaysia Airlines flight and two hundred twenty seven passengers accruate twelve so two hundred and thirty nine people on board. They have not been found. No trace whatsoever, these people, and it's an interesting situation when you look back at how this thing occurred. It took off at twelve forty one AM local time got to a cruising altitude of ten thousand seven hundred meters about thirty five thousand feet, then about forty minutes into the flight the transponder that indicates the location of the plane was turned off a lot of people think that that was done deliberately now there could have been a fire or some sort of mechanical malfunction that created that. But. It disappeared. From radar the flight disappeared from radar. However, it was still tracked by military satellite. So the traditional way of tracking planes disappeared. And according to the military satellites after the transponder was shut off it made a dramatic turn to go in a different direction other than the route to Beijing. So what happened, and then there's a number of theories out there going all the way from it was abducted by aliens to it landed somewhere else, and they're all living on a remote island. Obviously the most. Obvious conclusion is that there was sabotage maybe the pilot or co pilot deliberately ditched the plane into the ocean. Although it did kind of go on a circuitous route before it crashed according to that military radar. But it's a bizarre story. Isn't it five years ago, not a trace them, and I think they piss picked up some wing parts. But. Nothing significant from that plane. Maybe he's one of these things that we we are just never ever going to know what happened that's five years ago yesterday. Hey, coming up in just a moment. Mike Kelly from the Bergen record will be. Joining me got lots of talk about the New Jersey. Governor Phil Murphy put out his budget this week interesting. The way they do finances over in New Jersey. They cut a billion dollars from the budget. You say, hey, that's great. But guess what they increase spending by a billion? Oh, yeah. That's the way they do Matt when you're a democrat. So we'll talk to him about the New Jersey budget. Also, see what he thinks about all the controversy swirling around President Trump all head here on the job are the Saturday show. Watch the games top stars in action on tennis channel as they play. At one of the year's biggest events that BNP Taraba open in Indian Wells, California daily live coverage now through March seventeenth on tennis channel, check your local.

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"kuala" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"kuala" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"Hello, welcome to under the skin this week sparked Jon Ronson, the always intriguing journalist and communicate a great storyteller. Brilliant, man, fascinating open and honest, and I think you'll enjoy it in of him of at Kuala conversations with John, and he's obviously being fruit and stuff, which he talks about in this podcast. And I enjoyed it. Or enjoy it to go up set, but it was an authentic and emotionally very real experience. Jones. Our hope you'll enjoy it as much as I did. Or actually, I really care about it is in comparison time, I try and do things you enjoy in your own way. Perhaps you enjoy things differently more or less than item. Thanks rule. Your comments on last week's podcast with fern cotton. Here are those comments some of them, anyhow like let the kids be kids said loving listening to your views on wellbeing in young children via rusty rookies. Poor costs hashtag love hashtag compassion, essentially in schools for kids to really thrive. So something we need to consider and overhaul of the education system. Don't love. Features body will do love teaches love them. Even when I was at school at having her who's in Mississippi, I've really liked her and Mr. hill got me into acting anyway, Ren'ai says this is how I start most Saudis coffee arby's podcast, and a nice long walk to my store. Twelve step recovery group rent. I thank you or brilliant way to start any Saturday loving their tummy says we love van con we find a super relatable down worth practically at super creative level of projects from cookbooks best out met to kids books. Two bags. Really enjoy listening five discuss things. Yeah. I've she's a very real emotionally present. Coined an intelligent person. Run ember on says, I listened from the Harbour Bridge in Sydney, so beautiful. God gives me I'm thrilled to hear that someone was just on. Where are you know? This is a very common thing isn't import cost us. We listen to it. But I do like hearing that. On Sydney Harbour Bridge. You're listening to it in a prison. You're right. You getting enough books and that he being Tofte. A you looking at listening to it in Shannon town, where all your or maybe you're in a palace, where all you tell me where you may not just want to know where you are in the basically. Melon right yoga goes listening to this. Now. Interesting things savers you can't be anymore though. This can change it you listen to this. Now, adore ferns on a stay in finis love discussion of how she feels and deals with external and internal judgment something humans can relate to what sweetheart says Mellon Ryan yoga insta-, Lucy. Fifty five cheered me off at work this morning. Love your focus. I basically that's just some papers aim very positive things. One of whom was on a bridge in Sydney, if you can imagine such I think remote mentors. How to help them be helps out now gone get it arrest brand dot com or go to.

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"kuala" Discussed on The Budget Minded Traveler

The Budget Minded Traveler

05:14 min | 3 years ago

"kuala" Discussed on The Budget Minded Traveler

"Brilliant and simple, so go check that out and thanks again to toss double digits. Before we really start this. I want to say for the benefit of the listeners because I know that you guys listening are mostly English-speaking my audience is mostly Bisi, nited states. So don't worry because a huge majority of this conversation will be an English. But I know that a huge number of English. Speaking Americans would like to learn Spanish as a second language, and so we will be switching to Spanish here and there for little bits of conversation specifically so that you can hear us all speak in a language that is none of our mother tongue that we've all learned from scratch. So we want you to hear us, speak Spanish, we hope that you can be inspired through that. But know that when we do switch it won't be for too long, so everybody okay with that cool. Good talk. It's gonna be fun. Thanks for coming along for the ride. I'm gonna start with a question in Spanish. So that you guys can all hear us speaking in this, beautiful, language and. I know it might be difficult to follow all the voices and know who's talking, but we're just going to do the best we can enroll with it. So if you guys listening, see how much you can pick up see if you can hear the differences in our accents and hurry. So here we go. Okay. Almost beat that. Bucket. Dodd knows as cushion islander spaniel. Okay chat. Joe's. I warned you. Let's be here. Be analyst Bagnoli. Okay. The demand. We're not cost them in Radoslaw. Isis panel this Kuala to our e pork. But it will not select Chris on a story say would've thrown Bitta solo restaurant. Okay. Egypt contest stopper female, by some conforms Dali buffer. Gay. But a me Joe in Quinton throw owning country goose low in the low spices that medical Latina. But Joe, but a fetal Makiko, but I see some Boko they thought though, but I me issued by complex then as saloon arizon- Lara's on Kennedy case idea by complex thrown on me. And after les Estonia when a Hindi Kameda, see Santa in English to for an English. Should I say it in English shares? If you want to translate yourself, go ahead. Intern gray. So what does that is that I think every country in Latin America has something has its own enchantment has something great about it. But I prefer Mexico because I think Mexico has it all I think it has the complete package. It's a it has the total package is a complete country. It has great food. Great weather. Great people, very rich history all types of nature. Yeah. Yeah. Cain to stop there. And the question was. In out of all of the Spanish, speaking countries, which is your favorite and why and just one reason because I know that there were all going to have a lot of reasons. But one reason why it's your favorite country, and we're all gonna we're all going to answer. This one so dozen you got a huge grin on your face. Tuck got the I was almost I talk. Oh. Gene, the that to send them more by Nola. But K. Waypoint your now. Okay. Let's say they hit on the cell, see. But I'm being built by. Nice as they go for. I mean when she'll. They it will be three hundred say on Smith it by since many. I think it Nyquil or Dolo radio. They were the heater in denial. NBA act like Ben day. He Makina were Labus yawn. Joe too soon persona Moi up. I soon media J Buta. He would come soon soon croissants EQ base Muccio sawn way. Bassoon? I'll if I'm media can Dina Saint note that a COO agent, but number of mine, dawn missing. Evening. Not by soon gave no play concede in the United. But. When. Get asked the do you want to say real quick what you just sudden English, basically? I'm I'm a person who is extremely passionate. I come from a family, that's really passionate my family, always spoke from the heart. And and I very much carried that with me. And so when I found myself and Argentina, you could just tell the extremely passionate. And and I really appreciate that. I had okay Dali, you'll soy, you'll soy El Pais older group..

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"kuala" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:55 min | 3 years ago

"kuala" Discussed on KTRH

"It how do we how do we have proof? Yes. We have an hour and forty one minutes a precise military tracking. We have what happened precise information about what happened to the electric equipment. How was turned off and on in the powered put back on all to confuse people and make the plane invisible. And finally the actions of the hijackers which are totally consistent with only one thing stealing the plane who could also have been the pilots. Well, but they did have a couple on there with the stolen passports. Well, what the conclusion is is that there were two hijackers. One was a. Expert on the electron communications systems of this plane, by the way. Tinkered with it and turn them off. And keytar doesn't tuggle off. For instance, the radar transponders that are used for civilian try though, he couldn't he didn't toggle it off. He depowered it. Yeah. He took the power away now to do that you pay very complex procedure. The the cars system Princess, it can get power from both sides in the generators from both wings. And it's an extremely complicated the seizure, but we the they did establish that they didn't really toggle off these systems. They depowered. Furthermore, the way the plane was maneuvered. For instance, when they got into the no-man's zone between Malaysian and Vietnamese airspace. A blind area. The pilot reversed course at about five hundred and forty miles an hour, very tight or. Very no civilian, airplane pilots can can pull them off maneuver like that. That's that's a maneuver by military pilots trained with the Boeing triple seven because when you turn the plane that tightly severely damaged the plane. And he was going about five that was before they reach just before they reach way point by Todd, and they were still in that blind area. And it was on its way to Beijing. Yes. It's a night flight from. Kuala Lumpur Malaysia with China's pow towers to Beijing. It's a regular flight five and a half hour. Yes. People are sleeping they've figured by the time they wake up they'll be in China. Well, now, you've just raised a very very interesting point that people don't talk about. What happened to the passengers when the plane was turned back about two hundred and ten degrees drop down to about ten thousand cheese and skirted the Thai border. Why didn't anybody try to use a cell phone? Because you remember when we had the plane hijacking the United States everybody was on their cell phone. Yes. Well after he reversed. Course. Away from their predetermined route he rose up to forty five thousand feet. That's not where these planes are designed to function it's bad for their engines. But at that at at that height you can't make call. Well, it goes, unfortunately, we're back into the gruesome territory, George you suffocate everybody if you withhold oxygen hypoc sets in and everybody dies, right? We we had thought of that. That's absolutely, correct. That you see you fly up that high to do one thing kill everybody in that point. Now, there is no other plausible reason, you would go up there and risk damaging the engines and have stall out, and maybe you can't start your engine. That's right. So they could have only gone up there for one purpose to kill the people. So so what's your thoughts? Of why they took that plane. What are they gonna do with it? Well, I'll give you an exact answer. But let me just reintegrate if you wanna whole run I researched this plane for a year. It's on my website page two. Oh, you got the whole ball of wax. Why do they want it? They don't want the United States interfering with the war. They don't wanna fight to people to nations do powerful nations at one time. All right. But explain explain the why the Boeing triple seven is a superb flying machine right can cruise at six hundred miles an hour. It can fly over eight thousand miles without refueling. If you make minor modifications, it can fly twelve thousand miles. They can deliver a blow against the east or west coast of the United States with that anonymous plane anywhere on the globe deliver an atom bomb on Washington DC. That's what they're going to do with it. They're going to try to do that. We do not have a viable defense against that plane coming in low at the over the oceans at six hundred miles an hour with radar jamming equipment are they going to try to do that before there's an invasion of Russia about two months before two months before. So we're the ones that are gonna get hit. I exactly now just think a minute. You know, the trauma that was caused by nine eleven when they knocked out these building off course. But what if they wiped out Washington DC in one swoop? One bomb would do it. And they don't even have to get over Washington DC. They're they're applying at six hundred miles an hour. And they're skirting the surface of the ocean. And that plane is the perfect device to do it. And of course, you can say, well, we retaliate. We don't. We don't know what happens in the plane, technically, right? We don't think so at least. But if you add up all of this information that I assemble there, it's obvious. They took it. In fact, I tell you where they landed the plane where did what do you think it went well, one of the most fascinating disputes, and this this really shows how how clever the Chinese are. And you've gotta admire these people they are fiendishly clever. After the plane disappeared over the bay of fen go, and they essentially had the plane. They turned back on. The satellite system. Okay. They had removed all of the information sources. So what happens he's got those famous seventeen. Do you recall? I.

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"kuala" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"kuala" Discussed on Probably Science

"Hey, Ron welcome to the first probably science recorded immolate, I'm in Kuala Lumpur. I just played the comedy club run by a guest relations. I'm going to say first comedian like I Anna comedian the first time comedian. Yeah, I wouldn't take foot comedian. But definitely stand up the first down up and the biggest Dan of immolate are at this Gonda has it going. Good going really glad to have you in in kale at our top the joke factories, we've only been open four months, and your wealth. No one of the first foreigners. But definitely the first British. So it was fun. It's a cool club. It is. We've had some great. I'll brag we've had awesome shows. It's the great little room, and whether there's twenty people one hundred and eighty people it's always a great show. Yeah. It's this This you. yesterday. It reminds me of a New York comedy room because it's that kind of intimate but wide kind of like shallow low ceiling. His. Yeah. It's great. Everyone's right up on the state really interesting to watch because audiences really know comedy who clearly watched YouTube and experienced in all the comedy shows in Malaysia. And then you get people who would definitely Atacama never been to stand up comedy show live before probably seen it somewhere. But never been so, yeah, we all types of Ince's, though, who those who are would say mature and understand how comedy works, and then those who are just woke in going. Whoa. You can say that on stage. If feels like it's the wild west of is exciting. It is. Well, I started twenty eight years ago, but I would say the first generation started about ten or twelve years ago. And now, it's sort of I it would be what LA or New York was in the sixties and seventies. In terms of when comedy starts people working out people doing more mainstream stuff, and then some people they can talk about anything. You know, you're gonna stunned to get the political stuff creeping in. And it's good. It's interesting. It's because you telling me. The other night that when you start it's just know what you just should do it a private policies. No what I'm for it kind of night for it started. Someone show me get up on stage somewhere and telephone stories inverted comments this bar ones. They said have this company dinner can can come and tell you stories, and I did that someone so me that company dinner and said, I've got this company in it. Can you come and tell you story? So the for the first I would say eight to ten years, I was educating the audience as I was performing because they'd never seen one person on stage, holding microphone yelling funny story, wakes pro no way. Yeah. No, yet, the context was not set. So I was setting the context, and it was really strange because every every show you could see in the first eight minutes, the looks on their faces as they processed exactly what I was doing on stage, right and trying to work out. Who is he like, oh, he's not going to do anything. This is the show. This is the show. He's not the chairman is not the CEO is not giving us a pep talk. He's telling funny stories, and then so the first eight to ten years was literally educating the audience as I was performing fast. Now, it's bright. So we're here now. So and thank you for coming, man. It was a joy. So before we get into the stories of we like to ask guests this. What if anything is your background is science, and that's ranged from like people with Phil degrees to people who like either the woods with my friends or I had a teacher. I liked reteach. I hate his scientists. My worst subject in school that is coming onto high started failing when I was nine I think in Malaysia when you passing you get blue mountain on your report, gut the reds started creeping in when I was about nine my mom gave up on me when I was eleven and sort of through max, choose it me in the.

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"kuala" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"kuala" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"Kuala Sleep Centers with rod widely was enough initials behind his name to fill up a few alphabets. So is you have to different practices potty dental. And then you have a coal center. Talk to our that going for you. How's that journey? Oh, the air raid journey has been amazing. I'm by learning all the relationship is being airway and teeth. I'm finding out everything I did wrong in the past fifteen years. I've done dentistry. I think there was another airway Dennis that was under tro recently think goes gallop actually good show with is. But yeah, it's Dr gull. Okay. Gilbey? Yeah. It's how do you? How do you split? Your are the two centers in the same building. I'm trying to merge the two but actually bought an existing koala from another doctor. That's that's here. So it's actually a different building. So I I work at Capote dental from Monday Thursday morning and that at lunchtime. I drive over to to koala and see patients Thursday and Friday. So how far part of these practices at Springfield a small town. So out say eight minute drive from one to the other. And you think it's good to separate him. Instead of putting them all under one roof. You liked to having to physical locations. There's advantages and disadvantages. The advantage is are that I'm separated from my practice has my name on it. So I if I get any referrals from other dentists little bit easier to to do it because they don't feel usually they wouldn't feel comfortable sending their sleep stuff to another general dentist. I do my best to. Not deal any patients from from a mother General Dennis. But that's that's that's nothing advantage of having separate. But I've got my cone beam at my Genesis, I don't want. I don't want to buy another home being at my second practice. I have my laser my my I could use a lot of these big equipment items at both both places, but they're all physically able to be at one. So true. I really try to merge the two next year. You you are emerging next year. I would like to have to win the same building. I all in my building at Capote dental. So. I can just make room for it makes them make some minor changes to the layout. And then getting both in the same. Same building. So what what is it like practicing in Springfield now in there's actually thirty three cities in twenty five thirty three cities and twenty-five stage called Springfield. That is just crazy. Thirty six Phil tounge of so in in what does that cartoon the Simpsons? And what cities the end there in Springfield? They had competition a few years ago thing get which state send in the most votes to make it a fischel which state they belong to you. I think Vermont line it was very disappointing. The whole Springfield Illinois community was very sad about not getting the the official. But we know it's it's really Springfield, Illinois in our hearts will, you know, in this makes sense. I mean, if you look at all the all the marathons around the world, they're always in the biggest cities. Where's the biggest cities where the biggest river met the ocean? So all the marathons are these big cities at sea level. That's why the Kenyans kill it. Yes. Kenya is six thousand feet of the ground. So they're trading mile high. And then when it's race time, they come down to see level, and they've got more auction carrying red blood cells. Lance Armstrong did on his best doping bike run. And just all naturally. I see that more and more in Arizona were a week before the big race people drive up to flagstaff, and they'll go work out on the top of the mount Humphrey at twelve thousand feet, and you also see h..

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