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"peng" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast
"Like like different types of colored bitcoin for example than required a lot of coordination and the advantage of being the most seasons is network is also very hard to get consensus over adding new features But if there were different types of tokens on bitcoin. You know it would be very possible to bill you for that and allow people to exchange those. Is there a world where let's say. Unicef is both on top of syria rights. you don't believe d by of the layer one to be able to Get a unicef bill. Is there the potential to do something similar on bitcoin. I think there's one is called bisque network but outside of that one. I'm not really sure of that. Many others is that kind of the better path to pursue is more like a layer two or side she'd based Decks a sovereign. Or something like that. I think if more realistic that's why people have been looking into these lives. So what we're building right with the deck sun'll cosmos hub is also a way to bridge to bitcoin to the future right. So the hub. Itself is secured by over five billion of assets and as long as there exists like a very good bridge from bitcoin to cosmos. Even this tax even address can be used for you to trade bitcoin with other assets bridge to cosmos. And so let's zoom out ten years from now. What was the world. Look like how. How do you think about that. Yeah i think ten years from now what we've been building right of you is that s you look at all your assets across multiple chains at once is going to be very competitive but also very mature at the same time i would expect to see central stages slobby phase out to see if the technology is inferior to buy decks can provide also really hoping we can solve and provide better solutions for self custody of private keys. I think private keys pneumonic seat phases. They're they're very dangerous and Of the whole them in a safer way to allowed presses share them in a safer way in something happens to them. I think those are questions that we still have to solve. That makes sense before that you go ask everyone the same three questions. The first is what is the most important book that you've ever read the most important book i've ever read. I don't have a most important book. But i have one of the most Inspirational books. I really liked the diamond. Age by neil stevenson. It's about a world. i think it was written. I think twenty five years ago so now start a world where your pads existed. But they weren't just ipads the are they. They held all knowledge about everything. And they taught you everything each doa by anything that existed in the world and It was handed out to basically everyone in that world. So it's a great way to learn about anything you need your teacher and at the same time it's entirely democratic. You don't need to pay internet. You don't need to pay for the device and yeah. I really idea of a world like that when you think about sleep schedule. Our friends over eight sleep gave me a thermo cooled. Bet ice cold. I sleep like a baby..
"peng" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast
"All right let's get up so with peng. Hope you enjoy this. One anthony pompilio runs pomp investments. All views of him and the guests on his podcast are scholley their opinions and do not reflect the opinions of pomp investments. You should not treat any opinion expressed by or his guests as specific inducement to make up particular investment or follow a particular shaggy but only as an expression of his personal opinion this podcast for informational purposes. Only all right guys. I've got peng here with me. Thank you so much for doing. This may happy to be here absolute. Let's jump right in. I wanted to spend a lot of time today talking about centralized versus decentralized exchanges. Kind of the pros and cons to. Maybe you can give us a couple of minute background on yourself perspective. You're coming at this with That are help. people just have better background sure. So i got into crypto almost a decade ago. I started hearing about bitcoin. On hacker. news was around one dollar. I think around the time and I like like everyone else. They were not very exchanges available at the time so Used mount gawks like like a lot of people and.
"peng" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Even when we were doing the filming we were able to found a village in china in providence. Where still a group of older women have their vote fit and so we send a film crew or would there to shoot the footage of their bomb feed and then posits that with is the grandmother. Right the wanted. I was like how do you find old lady in the village with bountygate. Who's also good activated nano of the actors in the film our professional actors. That's well the director's request. She she doesn't want to use any professional actors so grandma was the mother of a nurse and she came full visit and didn't speak any english but she was a regret matter the i loved her amid her and she had denture because my grandmother her tease longtemps Nutrition and the so. Suzanne was having a hard time to found out the woman performing my grandma and so when she met her and she took her dench out and that mouse you know gesture. It's exactly as what my mother would look like under the job. yes lisa. What's your understanding of the label. Mulberry child y your great grandmother gave this to your mom after you define what your understanding of it i mean. I'm curious if you see yourself carrying on the mobile child banner. Look when now. When i whenever i think about mulberry. I guess you saw the film you saw. The trailer is well. I only see images of me. Flying a kite into the sunset or into the sunset. In my mom's saying you know you must be strong like the mulberry tree. So that's the definition of a moment. I don't look at the hanes if i were to. Just summarize mulberry child's means and a word i mean it's just simply resilience And i think even when i think about it right it kind of brings a little bit of a bubble into my into my throat and it makes quite emotional because i i think you know that. That was also probably the most difficult thing about watching. The film as of alluded to earlier is when you look at the stories of these people right in how they suffered. I think even you know in that cultural revolution museum in shanto when you see the images of how the people were paraded in the streets and how they were treated and matthew you imagine yourself in their shoes but then you realize that you know like it was my grandfather and my grandmother who were actually those people and empathizing and sort of understanding. That was the reality. I'm using incredibly emotional and difficult and the interesting thing or the the almost the. It's not hardy. Isn't the right word but you the the the piece that really gets me. Is you know. I've known these people all my life and they're kind generous warm-hearted people. And you never would have imagined the amount of suffering that they had undergone rights and come out the other side and still be so kind so warm not bitter bread and just so future oriented. And i think that message of resilience is you know what was really communicated to me through mulberry. Child as concept is while as as a story as the story of my mother as a story of our family. And if i think about you know the way that i would probably look at life today you know my mom a probably gonna kill me for saying this. But she's saying it behind her in no knows. There's my mom my mom usa. She's like you know. I'm too dumb to quit and i because i used to ask her. You know he's ask mom. How are you so successful in everything that you do because from Child is even like as an adult. I see the projects that my mom puts herself to. And they're tough projects right. It's like writing a book in english. A memoir in your second language is incredible and having turned into a film is incredible. You know and and to have it critically. Claims is incredible. And i just look at her and i said you know how to do this like how are you successful at everything you do. She goes out while. I'm too dumb to quit. We have a good laugh about. But i do think that that's also a story of resilience. That's very much show. That very much lives in me. You know that. Joe you look at adversity and you look at tough times and you get to see the positive around it and you know take the failures then you just off and try again in. It's very much how. I live my life today. It's how i see myself as an eternal learner. I think the at the circumstances are certainly different than i live in a very different time but the spirit of what resilience means really likes to believe lives on my heart. How do you hear that. It's very interesting actually. I was just thinking a different way about her. You can pull off your head flow. Okay that the teenager. Lisa when i saw an android marlboro child for have more of the into a young professional who is very driven and quick in and go into everything in thefts and i see the change and i was i have to say. I couldn't be more proud of her. Today it's interesting. I got a chance to see her. First hand you know. Last year we went to nepal together. Lisa you white me to her were travel. Journeys wave onto tracking an opponent in nepal. And i had never heard of an upper nile had no idea. It was seventeen thousand feet high steep mountains in a snow. I've heard those great great. My mom my mom went to rei. It's all right. I promise the sidebar. My mom went to rei and talk to one of these guys into that. I'm going on a hiking trip. But i eat. The vice of supplies was okay. Great where are you heike. Because the aparna circuit the the highest.
"peng" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Mandatory. Thank you i remember. She came back for stale shooting and she was like looking at needs to say mom. If i lost my job is going to be all you. Oh and that would probably be accurate but It's years later. And you're still with the company and they're you know trusting you to represent them all over the world so no harm. No foul no can. Different company changed companies. That what okay. Maybe harmon foul. I had no i had. I had a long and happy career with the about seven years so no harm no foul actually the woman who hired me at the time who is still very good friends with to this day. I mean we have drinks in joke about how you know. I started working week off two weeks in so it was. It was a good talking point of inaction right after after it was all done. So i want to talk again about that scene where you both were in china visiting the cultural revolution museum and the reason why it was so moving to me one is is like nobody else was there so like i don't know if it was just an off day but it but it's almost like china's country has moved on and here you two are just kind of taking your time going through this but also the sign that in chinese is right up there on the front of the museum. Can you tell our listeners. What the sign said. Because i don't know if america in its own museum about some other kind of difficult period would actually be honest in putting a big sign on the front and what it said. Well at cody. I was very surprised to found Newseum the culture revolution in china. So when they are to pay a visit and you're right nobody there and even the cabdriver dad was located in your mountain area it was very much a buddhist in okay'd around the mountains. Soda cabdriver would say you know. There's a cultural versions in here and interesting enough. The poll that the museum was built like a temple from a style. Everything was that. I contend ho But i don't think that newseum is there any more on down was a privately. Run siham and i don't know how long it existed about shopping and i was also Happy to see that we were able to go visit. That museum and thesis had a chance to see all these images present at the museum but nobody was there. We took us a while to found the gatekeeper to open the door for us. Wow really nobody there but the sign didn't assign say something like the cultural revolution was a mistake. I today the early eighties. I think those appear radovan. Many in allures reflect pureed. And your unofficially or officially. I think the government made a cultural roots was a mistake. And they also you know say mauch career is depending on who you talk to seventy percent married over thirty percent mistake or the other way around and so they call cultural evolution as the ten k automatic years but officially in textbooks. You know there are still known much to address about it. But when i was writing about my activity during that time i found books of other cultural evolution in bookstores at purchased a feel when was written by a generation of my fathers. He was a high calvin official talked about his experience. So there were a period that was not Harsh essentially in so we were able to see quite a bit of the reflections. That that The nas for long. That's a bit heartbreaking. That's sorry a it was just a. I had no idea that the closed and there's actually an article in the new york giants from October two thousand sixteen. That talks about how It was really just a surprise closed and completely covered over by the government that such a shame. There were some striking photographs taken. During that time that you had included in this film that i i think is ended up itself. Seeing those that footage those photographs is is worth the time on. An hour and a half takes a watch the movie because it's so much more powerful than just reading words or hearing descriptions talk about this photographer and how he basically hid his negatives for decades in fear of retribution. How did you connect with him and and get permission to show these tony. I couldn't claim credit for that. It is my director. Suzanne mogam cooper. She did research and found out as photographer. Legion shown he was actively Journalist if you call general used at the time he workable newspaper so he had the access to film or ultra takes photos activex then feel people have a camera right and so he was working as a journalist so he had a camera with him. He was allowed to go into film. All these moments and activity culkeen about camera that was also part of the reason today in deter a little bit damp marlboro child used osama we eat naked. Sin to show what happened during that time in my family. Because you're sorta photos. North north euro windows director to us. Because nobody have a camera but anyway coming back full li. She'll key tool thousands of fotos He was from a known in china. The city hart being so he. Those photos were taken the proposed to showcases worked. A revolution was about so some of the photos. I think we used at the time but he also hit a lot of them on in under the mattress for himself as thinking. Two thousand three you know. His film become accepted internationally on came to new york and started to showcase his films and i think he he released full cold. Red carter news soldier which was very much Culture revolution time language to call Photographer all generally to as a news soldier ride carter indicating the red guards in on the devotions so he named the book under that and the have manual piece photos. So suzanne gone in charge. I think with his agent in new york and then licensed manufacturers to use the film that genius acquisition. I i really appreciate it. Also want to remark that in real life. Your grandmother had bound feet. My maternal grandmother also had bound feet. I was astounded that you found an actress to play the grandmother who apparently had real bound feet either. That was cg. But but i mean that that was unexpected. I've never seen a real life person. I've seen photographs of the bound. Feet are obviously in our two card to that bound fade. My grandma had been here is my clear memory as a child is sitting there helping her wash their feet and she would always tell me how lucky i was. No not having my fifth and But in china the practice was outlawed at the turn of the last century in nineteen eleven nineteen twenties but the practice accurate didn't stop until the forties because in some remote area the traditional media If you don't get your feet found you cannot get married off as a woman as a girl and so.
"peng" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Tonight nato. No you'll be cry and the they'll apologize and become a teenager and suddenly you just turn you know a year to my sentence. And that's what compelled me to to write mulberry child because i couldn't talk you know to. Lisa verbally communicate directly and so i resort to writing in a very round about way but the film. Fortunately lisa was reluctant to participate in a film project for the screening of the film. The purcell making the film. I think eventually helped to bring us together. That's how i stay hurt me. So lisa yeah talk about your initial reluctance to be in the film and then and then you did agree. And i again. I started off by saying. I really appreciated the honest way you came across i Yes why one. I just can't let the lacking but i promise i will answer i william's question. I think it's very interesting that you talked about. You know your parents argued but you know you kind of being a little bit conflict. A having accommodates avoidance tight persona. And i found also you know like what were exceptionally good at. I think it's I don't know if it's a quality of agents are a hate to say like asians as a whole grew up. But i find you know. Conflict avoidance almost becomes an art. It's like a what is the biggest worst thing that can happen that we can throw under the rug. And i've been become very good at drawing things under the rug and so we never fought a lot as a family as my mom's growing up what i found very interesting especially being in europe rights and and being in some cultures that are very expressive like the italian culture. The french culture where people you know just even dutch right like us. Something comes to mind and they have to tell you and you know you meet personally. Many times i receive it as almost a bit route and it almost becomes a structural disadvantage. Not being able to say just exactly what you want to be forthright and so it's actually been quite a process. I think in the last few years really working on you know stating exactly what i want or standing up for myself right or just expressing if i'm not happy with something and what i suggest as an alternative but those are really things that required a lot of working and i find it really interesting that we're having this discussion now very funny to hear my mom saying out loud because they okay. We've learned to be passive aggressive as a family..
"peng" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Asian american. The can find podcast. And i'm your host kin-fong we are getting new. The end of twenty twenty as i'm recording this introduction and this is episode number two hundred and seventy nine the second the last episode. I think probably most likely before we get to the end of this year and really excited about how we're going to be ending and also really excited about how we're going to be starting twenty twenty one our special guests this episode our mother and daughter combination jinping and her daughter. Lisa is yeah and they're here to talk to us about the book that jen wrote called mulberry child and then made into a movie which actually is sort of a docudrama that also includes somewhat reluctant daughter. Lisa there are delightful to some and really enjoyed the movie. Definitely think you're gonna enjoy this conversation. Just a fascinating exploration of many different layers on the one hand just different generations in a family. One born in china the other one born in china but really raised in america. The mom really growing up during the culture revolution as a little kid and the impact that had on her parents or grandparents and going forward on herself and then the impact. It has on her relationship with her daughter. Lisa and just leases journey to figure out what all that means if to her to her relationship with her mother and then to her connection to her mother country of china. I think a really fascinating story and a truant. I learned a lot about especially the history of especially the coast revolution. But more importantly. I think i learned just how it impacted actual people. Thanks for tuning in. I think you're really going to enjoy this episode one of the things that People use when they are regular and working out. Is this app called strava. And i'm a kind of a strobe light person. i'm not trying to be king of the mountain or whatever you know comparing myself on various routes on my bike against other people in my area who are writing the same routes. I've never been an athlete. Debris considered athlete and in. That sense never even entertained the idea of being competitive with real athletes this year. Because i've really been inviting my statistics into the strava app quite regularly. I was surprised because it gave me a summary and just want to share a little bit of the statistics team because the numbers are pretty mind blowing. Least they are to me number one. I've actually cycled one hundred twenty seven days this year and that adds up to about one third of the entire year. I was out there exercising. Which if you know me. That's amazing that that is not something i have ever been known to do. And that took me a total of two hundred and forty four hours. Just that i would spend that much time sitting on that little hard. Bicycle seat is Pretty amazing to it also said that i climbed one hundred seventy four thousand three hundred eighty three this year in those one hundred twenty seven rights and i ask siri what was the elevation of mount everest and essentially. The amount that i've climbed this year is six times. The height of mount everest k. That's that's pretty mind blowing to four total of three thousand six hundred and seventy eight miles. That is the most miles. I have ever ridden on a bicycle in a year ever in my life. Even when i was much younger. I was again trying to get a sense of while. How far is that. Ask siri well. How far is it. If i was to drive my car from los angeles to honolulu it basically said you wrote the distance equivalent to getting from here to honolulu plus another one thousand one hundred fifteen miles now. Obviously we can't ride bicycles on water. And so then. I practically ask siri. How far is it to new york. City the big apple and basically said i wrote the equivalent of getting to new york city plus an additional nine hundred fifty five miles now. What does that mean. Well one thing it means. Is i spend an awful lot of time on a bicycle this year and one of the main reasons i've spent so much time and enjoy myself and going much further and higher than i've ever gone is because as i announced Probably fall twenty nineteen. I decided to get a road bike that had an electric motor assistant. They cuts out after twenty miles an hour. So it's really really helpful on long climbs but especially to when. I'm just kind of getting a little bit tired and running. I add a little bit extra watts. It's great now some people would say well. Isn't that cheating. You know what. If i was riding my my regular bikes and i have many of those. I would probably be doing my one writer week about thirty miles. Maybe two rides for tola. Maybe forty miles instead of writing like four times a week over one hundred miles and i think. I'm getting the benefits from spending that much more time cardiovascular especially during this pandemic shutdown even though i'm writing wearing a mask it gets me out of our house where we're spending a lot of time so definitely. I feel like the the decision to purchase that. I ever electric road bike. It's heavier than any of my other road bikes. So in that sense. I feel like having the motor assist is kind of offset by the heaviness that i'm pushing but hey you know what i'm out there. The other thing is that. I feel take away from this. Is you know. I'll be turning sixty six at the end of december december. Twenty ninth to be specific. And i know this. There's either clock. Ticking louder and louder in my head. Or there's more grains of sand falling from the top of the hour glass into the bottom of of the ira glass of. That's my life. And i know that even if i'm able to you know live into my eighties nineties. It's just a matter of time. I i don't know exactly win when i won't be able to do something like this so that's another takeaway is a you know what it's rather sad if not tragic if you have health and you are able to get out there and exercise not just to be in better health but just to get outside and enjoy outdoors. I really encourage you if you're being just too sedentary during this shelter in place there's no excuse not to just get outside and take a walk. You don't need to buy an expensive bicycle. You don't even need fancy shoes but you need to get out there. I just think it's invigorating. It's refreshing and lot of times. If i'm doing the right by myself. It's kind of a rebooting. If you will and the way i would say in order for me to put in you know all this time and miles and energy. Clearly i'm retired. So yeah we're all working from home. We're all having to shelter in place. But some of you are still having to work fulltime or your home schooling your kids now and trying to maintain a semblance of normality in your households with all of your family and your pets and i know you don't have the kind of margins that i do but i'm not putting myself out there as the example i i'm just saying i'm amazed at how little steps little efforts can add up over time into something big climbing everest even once there's no way i'm riding my bike to new york city at all but when you really break it down into these much more multiple bites it's really quite astounding how these things can add up. Is there something in your life. That just seems like insurmountable like it's just too too high. It's too far. It's too hard if possible. Maybe you can break it down into smaller pieces and just get to get at it. I hope like we all hope that This vaccine is gonna take and hope that the government is going to come together and have sufficient stimulus checks and and help for the states to get the back scenes administered and all that stuff. I don't think that we're going to be back to life as normal anytime soon. So that means you're also finding more time to listen to podcasts. On your walks or your rides or you're just.
National Security Concerns Threaten Undersea Cable Project
"Our reporters found that national security concerns could jeopardize a massive undersea z. cable project that would link los angeles and hong kong google facebook and a chinese partner have already sunk hundreds of millions of dollars into it for more for details. Our charlie turner spoke with reporter kate o. keith in washington kate. This project is called the pacific light cable network. What company is building it. There's a hong kong company. That similarly named called pacific late data communication company. That's building this cable and the project is majority owned by a beijing aging based telecom operator which is called dr poem telecom and media group and google and facebook are major investors in the project who is raising concerns about the project you describe it as an opaquely run group of american agencies that provides national security recommendations to the f._c._c. rate <hes>. That's a definition shen for team telekom so the concerns about this. This project are coming from that team. Which is an ad hoc inter agency group that advises the f._c._c. The federal communications commission unlicensed applications involving telecommunications matters for background. The f._c._c. has always deferred to this team telekom in group so when they make a recommendation it's a really extremely important part of the process and in this case the department of justice which is actually the lead agency for team. Telekom is the agency that's raised the staunchest objections to this particular cable project so far and some other key players on the team include the the pentagon and also the department of homeland security but we're a little bit less clear on what their views are of this project at this time. What exactly are they worried about. Is it the cables else chinese investor well. That's part of it. I mean there's basically two main concerns that we're aware of one is the chinese government links that this company called dr peng has and the other is just the fact that this cable would provide a direct link to hong kong which is a chinese territory so in terms of dr peng the the majority owner of this cable project not a household name here but it's actually china's fourth biggest telecom operator and although it's a private telecommunications company it does have many many links to china's government which is the case with many chinese companies frankly so dr punks chairman is a former shenzhen government official and its subsidiaries have worked worked on a bunch of projects with chinese government entities. One of them was building a fiber optics surveillance network for beijing's police. The other aspect of the concern here you're from team. Telekom is decreasing autonomy of the chinese territory of hong kong. Which is where the cable land so hong kong is a special administrative have region of china which has always enjoyed many more freedoms than the rest of china and pro democracy protesters there have been having huge rallies for months protesting beijing's effort to efforts to integrate hong kong more closely with the mainland so in the past linked to hong kong would have actually been viewed as more secure potentially than a link to mainland china but that distinction is actually becoming less relevant by the day in the view of these u._s. Security regulators and i would think that the backdrop for this is the trade battles that are going on between the u._s. and china including all the tariffs that have been going back and forth. I mean yeah. There's there's just such an array of interlinked conflicts going on between the u._s. And china. I mean trade and economics is one part of it. I mean there's also interlinked concerns with economics and national security where you see you know arguments over i._p.
Li Peng, Hong And Communist Party discussed on Hugh Hewitt
"State media have announced that former Chinese premier Li Peng has died at the age of ninety the official announcement from the Chinese state media praise to leave Hong as an outstanding member of the ruling Communist Party but across China Mr levy had long been known as the butcher of Beijing in the years following the brutal crackdown on pro democracy protests in Tiananmen Square it emerged that Mr lead was the senior official who advocated for force to be used to shut
Li Peng, Chinese premier during Tiananmen crackdown, dies
"State media have announced that former Chinese premier Li Peng has died at the age of ninety the official announcement from the Chinese state media praise to leave Hong as an outstanding member of the ruling Communist Party but across China Mister Lees had long been known as the butcher of Beijing in the years following the brutal crackdown on pro democracy protests in Tiananmen Square it emerged that Mr lead was the senior official who advocated for force to be used to shut
Li Peng, Chinese premier during Tiananmen crackdown, dies
"The former Chinese premier Li Peng has died at the age of ninety he became known as the butcher of Beijing for his role in suppressing the student protests in Tiananmen Square back in nineteen eighty nine B. B. C. C. to happen is in Beijing so how is Li Peng being remembered in China will officially in the party is commemorating hem as a great communist they praised him saying that he's an outstanding member of the Communist Party of China along tested loyal communist fighter it goes on to say he was an outstanding leader of the party and the state his obituary goes on for three long pages detailing all of his career victories and outlining his career and crucially it touches on two points which are which are quite contentious inside China it says that he helps with the three gorges dam project and that was a major success there being many critics in China will argue the opposite and also crucially it mentions that key year in China in nineteen eighty nine and it says that he took decisive measures to stop the unrest and not really hinges back to the fact that in the pong is thought to have been the one who really pushed the use of force to empty Tiananmen Square in June nineteen eighty nine resulting in untold number of deaths so that's the official version unofficially though what's how do you think he is going to be remembered in China unofficially I think many people will be breathing a sigh of relief he is probably the most or was the most unpopular politician in China for years after nineteen eighty nine he was known as the butcher of Beijing it was no secret to many that he was the one who pushed the use of force push the idea that the military should go in and clear the square and so I think that he really isn't respected in China also as I mentioned the three gorges dam project which is a huge hydroelectric dam built in China that force millions of people to move from their homes it is also so accused of being a very overpriced project and many are still questioning whether it's even necessary and so his name is tight to those two things and so I don't think many people will be saddened to hear of his passing there has been a lot of material about Tiananmen made available in recent years hasn't it but with his death this some of the truth that's about what happened essentially die with him I think so it Li Peng tried to correct really the version of the Tiananmen history that pain to a lot of the blame on him so in twenty fourteen he published his diaries leading up to nineteen eighty three this is a very unusual thing for a Communist Party leader to do even a retired leader to do and he didn't actually directly discussed nineteen eighty nine featuring that diary but he did try to defend his role as a as a good communist leader he also did on occasion referred to the fact that he he was following through on orders in nineteen eighty nine and then he was then hospitalized in July nineteen eighty nine so it's widely believed that he did a suffers some kind of break down after the Tiananmen Square crackdown but I think really the party has just simply double down on its version of what happened in June nineteen eighty nine it has been many people have called on the Communist Party to re visit what happened in that time to to release more information even to release frankly the official number of how many died that still is a state secret but with this obituary published today it's clear that that's not going to happen in the near future it has only reaffirmed what was once said about Li Peng and it's just going ahead with that version of
Everything you need to know about Spain's general election on Sunday April 28
"Europe where Spain is holding another election for more on the country's political landscape. Let's bring in Bloomberg daybreak Europe anchor. Neighbor, take Bob Spanish voters will go to the pose this weekend for the country's third general election in four years. Spain's economy has been a source of Chia, even as Germany, France and Italy have flounded, but the risk is an economic slowdown could happen van expected. Prime minister Pedro Sanchez is seen as a front runner. But the fragmented political landscape means a hung parliament is also a probability for more on the general election Madrid bureau chief Charles Pentti joins me to discuss great. Have you with us Charles? Thank you so much joining. So I mentioned that prime minister petro Sanchez is seen as the front runner going into the elections. Tell us more about that. Prime minister Spain he became prime minister when he he threw a whole you may remember competence Spain's surprise, prime minister. He was forced to call elections this weekend because he was. But coming out of that to weakness, he's actually very effective campaign. We see him as a clear front runner going into these elections. He will seems. Beat the biggest in in in parliament's. But but the question really is is whether he will enough to be able to form a ruling majority, and the you know, the way to do that is through building coalition. Spain has now become used to mechanism of governing coalition in the old days. We saw two very strong politics such as policy on the PB divide. But because of the effects of the crisis a decade ago. You know, the Kaplan cry fifteen what we've seen is m scape. And what we expect to see would be some results going to Hong Peng, Ponant and know, which Sanchez as the leading candidate will be reaching out to try and form coalition in Spain. What would be the implications of that of a hung parliament policy? Then. Coalition shape. If as seems likely Sanchez emerges as the biggest party. Has the short trying to form a coalition? These natural would be to reach out to the anti-establishment Pontypool on to his left politically. So that combination would have a certain consequences policy by Amos would seek to have a policy, and and that would influence Sanchez's thinking. To government. Another possible coalition with the centrist parties. So. Has ruled out that possibility. Seen as the more likely partner in postponed, right wing coalition. But that is another option. That's another pulse that could unfold based on what happens this weekend, right and talk to us about what that could mean for the economy. I mean Spain's unemployment rate some say gives campaign Fota to Sanchez's opponents. He's been doing well, we're in the sixth year of expansion engine duty Spain still coming out of his brutal financial crisis two thousand ten thousand two thousand twelve is recovering strongly. And and you know. This this year expects growth of two point two percent. It's a solid expansion. And we we see the economy going forward with plenty of momentum. People will be watching the impact the election result. Only Coney how policy may shape the economy going forward. But we don't detect them too much nervousness in the markets. For example, you know, setting Sanchez up. So now has no he's he's his socialist governments as so she's minority. Government has has has not been a coast is not a concern for for example. What should we watch full as the results come in anything that might move markets? The big surprise would be a a win for the right result. Which might lead people to think that a right wing coalition power in Spain by which I mean. This emerging national politics. You know, the main thing that unites. On independence. But I suppose have very committed to for example, cutting taxes. The market might might might applaud that that could be a result. Which would be a significant surprise full. Bureau. Chief Charles panty. Thank you so much for
This Womans Work: Patti Smiths Horses
"I've learned a lot about the records. I love and don't love from classic album Sundays. It's a program of listening events created by broadcaster and journalist Pauline. Cosmo Murphy, which for music fan can sometimes feel like going to church, and that's fitting because they're always held on Sundays at these events. I learned about an album from artists producers and other smart music people. Then the lights went down the phones went off and the audience listened to the album together straight through no interruptions. That's it. It seems really simple. But hearing a record on pristine vinyl through a world class sound system revealed things I never noticed before the experience was eliminating an often moving even when the needle skipped to bring some of that album worship here to studio. Three sixty were teaming up with CAS for a series of stories called this woman's work, highlighting classic albums by female artists. The title. You probably figured out borrows from the song by Kate. Bush an artist we hope to feature in this series. These records represent women musicians at the peak of their creative powers, and whose influences felt all over the musical map. And this first story focuses on one of the most significant albums of the American punk movement. One that fused rock with free form poetry and drew many into the artistic nexus of New York City in the mid nineteen seventies. Here's Colleen this is arguably one of the most arresting opening lines on a debut album. Jesus dad for somebody sends banana Matton it's deliver with unequivocal power. And for many is the first introduction to an artist who become one of the most important game changers of rock and roll amass Lee. Stew. Mrs my oh, Lee belonged to may. Number hearing this opening indictment when listening to the album for the first time in my teenage bedroom. It's through me into the nucleus of Patti Smith's thrilling and scary environs worlds away from my suburban hometown to the dirt the chaos and the raw energy of New York City, and it made me feel like I could do anything. In fact, I moved to the city of few short years later. Punk is built upon a DIY attitude and along with the stooges EMC five Patti Smith is considered by many to be one of punk rocks founding mothers her debut album, horses was released at the end of nineteen seventy five a full five months before the first Ramones album. But it Agneta the punk explosion more impersonal, easy, rather than musicality, the album's sprawling free form music and poetry was the until of the three minute three court sound for which punk would eventually become known as the Patti Smith group. Guitarist Lenny Kaye remembers especially at that time Peng had yet to harden into specific definition. It wasn't say the Ramones template that it would become miss. Mostly an attitude of wanting to assume some kind of responsibility for oneself and. And find your own way. Will return to the show in a moment. But first I want to remind you that you can keep up with what we're looking at and working on by following us on Twitter at studio three sixty show. And now back to our story as the sixties slipped into the seventies. New York City was experiencing an identity crisis and rock and roll was experiencing a spirituality crisis. There was a general cynicism toward hippie ideals and New York City in particular was more adept at celebrating the individual a cohesive cultural center had not yet replaced the unifying force field of the sixties counterculture movement. This was especially true with music is different. Experimental strains began to fan out and spire by other forward thinking late sixties New York acts like the velvet underground and the east village electric duo the silver apples. Around this time. Lenny Kaye was working in a record shop and doing some writing on the side. And he remembers there were few venues for local bounds in new acts to play. But then he saw poster for the New York dolls and welcomed it as a new chapter in the downtown music. Sing. With their flamboyant crossdressing and defiant posturing, the New York dolls set the stage for glam rock, a fusion of the edgy rock and roll of the stooges and the theatrical cabaret scene that was flourishing in Greenwich village's gay community a community galvanized by the stonewall uprising in nineteen sixty nine.
"peng" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Goes on. If I can do the math Ramsey cheese wearing cowboy boots on the desk. The glass does Billy look scared. We go. Belly on your faces? Fear. I'm gonna go home. That's the transit start off. Football. It was a little bit of Peng in cheek. But one thing is sure like you said all the mockery the mocking enough. I'm using that word, right? So I'm so excited this morning all the laugh ended everybody did it defense taser that defense. That's championship level defense. In the fourth wall on. Tender I'll Nokia wash last night. That's a contending team. That is a Super Bowl continue. Continue. Then Stephen guide last night. Soul and number two. The idea that you can't win with defense in running game. What we learned last night is what sports negative learn the predator. If it bleeds you can kill it. And they show these high-powered Kanus cheese. Warling saints offense, not the only billion covering his mouth in like a bit of like legitimately horror movies scared Stephen as speechless disrespect happening here. Unlike any we've seen let's get through this sports. So we get back to it late interception in the fourth when New Orleans had the chance to drive the field and at least tie the game last night in Dallas with the thirteen to ten victory. Dallas moves into sole possession of first in the NFC east at seven five Washington Wizards center Dwight Howard, probably will need a surgical procedure to provide relief from a gluteal injury..
"peng" Discussed on Masters in Business
"And they were brewing him you know i wrote about it and many other people were like look this is dangerous some this is ripe for manipulate italy's is rife with miss manipulation it's a ripe for very serious manipulation and they sort of slept walked on and and you know russia and you could argue donald trump and and other people sorta figured out the loopholes in that system or the the weak points and they've hit them so many times that that that now were where we are you know whether it's tens of thousands of fake accounts fry russian bahts or whether it's donald trump getting two billion dollars worth of free publicity by sorta leveraging this constant controversy an outrage and then we wonder why were in the situation were in there's this old quote from a media critic and he says you know america as a country governed by public opinion so what governs public opinion covers the governs the country in in the nineteen an early 1900s what he said this was newspapers but now it's blogs and social media and and this sort of online journalism so let's talk about blogs you you wrote the business model for blogs encourages publishes and riders to value the click above other peng potential goals like truth accuracy in fairness sure so once that toothpaste is out of the tube is there any putting it back or are we just stopped with this somewhat reckless not quite mainstream form of of media ivan were stuck in some ways over there there is some you know things to be optimistic to for instance one of the reasons were seen this massive.
"peng" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"I thought the actual peng was kanafani yeah look guy getting hidden stomachs always funny i'm not taken that away but i i get your point that yeah i also think it's a little bit like nobody looks at um you know if trump says something like you you add like a charlottesville say there were bad people on both sides are good people on both sides or whatever anything like that anything rightwing anything like pro like you know borders or anything like that is looked at is incredibly divisive you know but like this is is just completely fine pray i guess what you're saying it's kind of they're like normalising really bad ideas here yeah that's right equality and flight it's okay to have violence towards the privilege yep yep yeah absolutely somebody you know like like in real life equality turns out to be a fucking nightmare in real life equality becomes gestapo's you know and then in the gulags and shit like that in that's that's what it is in real life okay and then in real life the one percent her the guy who's in the one percent isn't somebody who's doing what ha ha ha ha destroy business it somebody who worked harder and was smarter the vast majority of the time that's who it is and like yeah no i do think in this political climate where people are like oh it's okay to punch a nazi or anyone who supports trump or a libertarian or anybody who's for free speech you know what i mean like we have this this type of like shit where people are being deep platform and free speech is being silenced here i dunno i think it's a little bit of a concerning message that it's just like oh assaulting assaulting a rich guys fine.
"peng" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Joe is making nineteen seventy six peng was starting to happen around the world in london new york and basements in toronto of course for us punk wasn't just a looker as sound it was really a collaborative movement of kids around the world getting together somehow before facebook can technology and cell phones and just really making whatever kind of music they were into in the we were standing around watching all these guys who really didn't know how to play their instruments starting bands and i just kept having this reoccurring thought you know why my standing here watching why might not playing so one night after thin lizzy concert we were hanging around in fill in its hotel room and we were in the bathroom with my friend the caster ross and i turned to her and said you know have you ever thought of starting abandon the cast of looked at me and said every day insulin i said well do you play anything and she said no and so that i said okay will i'm the base player and she said well i guess i'm the singer but i only want to be in the band if my best friend xenia can be in the band i said then my sister rhonda should be in the band and she'll be the drummer so by the end of that conversation we walked out of the bathroom in the b girls existed.
"peng" Discussed on His and Hers and SC6
"Thumbs this muslim the foster your guy as about peng's us your thoughts justin trudeau auto show on through the a school night there in his back level is mass as hot orders no terminal no one's going against driven no he has given us an frodebu bearing plan also all right elliot visitors there's a high level respect for his position or harm him no i would ask what from us his thursday there is no line of disrespect at all yeah we hear what the words that are coming out of okc that thunders mouths if you will stephen a smith everybody's sort of playing nicely clearly some frustration there so how long does this continue before okc has to do something drastic to reverse this the woge said it best it's got to be something done before the trading deadline in terms of really gauging the temperature for george he's approach of free agency you know you're going to want to keep them you definitely keeper russell westbrook he re up for two hundred millionplus and then is the car belo anthony fact that you've got three headed monster that has all putting up numbers but at the same time they're all shooting about forty one percent from the field or less it's not working offensively and who would would've ever thought that defensively they're an elite team offensively they've been very very suspect and they got to figure it out because if you're sampras the it really comes down to billy donovan because you don't want to get rid of paul george and you can't get rid of carmelo anthony who's oh twenty eight million next year so you've got to make a decision as to whether or not the code is the right guy billy donovan a twotime national champion as a coach on a collegiate level but they have been tires we've been watching in this year and we've been finding ourselves save excuse me this college though some comments ways to run the right there so we got to look at it from the standpoint that the players themselves might be questioning it.
"peng" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"peng" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Peng am whoa the it is one how much back now why in will ma hey the bye now dan would ludi lin right the on powell on god the glen day dr younger i agree how the come on it now the dog mm two no i don't.
"peng" Discussed on Counting Countries
"Peng do you have a rule when it comes to travel in specifically what counts is visiting a country is it putting your foot over the border is it flying to an airport is it sleeping over what's your will i will say it like we have to spend obviously a night they'll all abney is keenly visit in places can be like a sightseeing like the echo chalking moss sizing linked i haven't sainovic seen it like you know going on the board at 41 they've come goes against people who are entitled to they will can you know okay so won't do what about a new just went to san marino yeah so tell me about the trip well if they're the noise of all the more allow legco you know that was like some castle which was pretty nice but other than that in this country the i think with forty thousand people there's not much you can do that right though yeah so paul you had some pretty incredible experiences whether it's going to score india its day in buenos aires for six months to learn spanish in its travelling to afghanistan what's the trade off have you sacrificed anything have missed out on anything of a fact that i knew will spend any time in thailand you know like i don't really have way many phrase year i do have some but his you know is supposed to be a lot more generally fire that say i like the whole he us than over lay.
"peng" Discussed on The Daily Peach
"I i still believe in the simple even the statement earns um it's it's still very much accomplices or anchor is about and when we launched 20 we said well let's just put a little bit of different spin on outscore radio reinvented and it's the same idea i mean that the ideas look w you know for most of my life i've been listening to audio over the airwaves right is here to my car i hear my home i hear them a computer with anchor what sort of give those airways over the people looks what the people sort of take control of them and and that's really reinvention of what we've been listening to our whole lot i think what you're talking about though was podcasting as though recognize that people wanna make podcast like peng yes or a saying that anyone uh who has a strong interest in audio renault now wants to make and uh and and why not let them do that was anchor so the tag tagline of the company i don't really know what it is right now the on reinvested in uvira 'cause i remember in the medium article that you guys first put out was uh like making podcast easier or like the easy way to make a podcast or something i bit yeah i think about a month ago when we came out with the one top uh pot just publishing a sec we roll like anchor is now the way to make a podcast ever yes and um and and it is uh i don't know if that's the tagline for the company but it is definitely a thing that you can do with our anchor all right all right we're let's let's has the audience come up with an x anchor tagline yeah p i love the call loved what what is the next for we'll get my audience working well as often on stuff you guys are rolling out in these features like no one's business it's always so saying they hear what snacks uh but last seeing what is maybe a recent feature that you added that you're stood for.
"peng" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast
"I don't want to do this peng onto their i'm sorry if you're on the ribes i've gotta i've got a win it gonen did you have dinner before the gig of bona no you did this ridiculous i said sabana what are you doing here un for dinner with chris mountains we had a we had to bite sweet with chris martin's from the call play before the show did you may the germans dad your gig yeah now morelli i'm i'm went in this era so without get without get into it so we he said but he said kelly and come back to the come back and let's have a bite to wait before the show sure so i said well i'm with my girlfriend up my cousin the microphones husband about vicki's came in with a his finds find a ribbon and we as the concert them against the friends and family room and then again email sign i'll pick your but tampa six from from uh from this woman saying what come and get you bring him and great okay his now nine minutes past six right ten minnesota was say in a room and chris comes in and out his all our food and it's all great when china way and that was pretend away and must lovely he's he's going there so sergio chris cousin suzy yet great okay lovely angloma this and the other and so you live here meanwhile joey sitting there and he realizes that the food in front of him which is a chicken dish has mushrooms in it rush joey is alleged to basra easy now in any normal scenario you would go i'm not going to read the mushrooms because not doughty mushrooms i'm alleged mushrooms oh i need the mushrooms but obviously because this is a very weird scenario he goes and he's had well how did it with chris martin it would be rude to eat the bush written letters serbs these allergic to let's see now hitch.
"peng" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"I don't know that haven necessarily pull it off and i can't explain why vince will take some guys names and then not take others it it it absolute leap baffles the mine um but i will give you a theory on why i think sampon got it was that i think vince looked at it said is not going to matter anyway and just let let's see what we've got put him out there an easy they're gonna fall on his face or make it but i'm knocking invest that much time or energy into coming up with a different name just do it next that's my theory on on how peng got on with punk his it breaks all the rules let's talk about some of punks matches and ovie w on november nine punk would fake kin down of the spirit squad to win the ovie wbtv title and during the first few months of his career while he was tv champion of futile with brent albright uh any memories of working with bent brent alrai he's a guy who had a lotta buzz in oviedo you and didn't make quite the splash on the main roster that a lot of people expected into yeah he was an amateur from oklahoma a really nice kid but the personality just did not translate there wasn't there wasn't a larger than life personality with him i didn't click with the audience just that simple however qin tony nineteen years old should be the world heavyweight champion he can stepped into the ring tomorrow night in munich and people will buy he is the future of this business.