18 Burst results for "People's Republic Of China"

"people republic china" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

03:38 min | 4 months ago

"people republic china" Discussed on Newt's World

"Militaristic solid majority. I don't know. I think there's a recognition in congress that this is a terrorist regime as to make it difficult for resin by them to reward the regime at this point though he apparently seems to be trying thinking. That's an incentive in terms of the use of military force. I think it's kind of a new secretary of defense amac by schorr how he sees all this. I would imagine at. The pentagon has contingency plans on the shelf for many different things may depend how provocative the regime actually is. And there's a lot we don't know of course about biden s president on lasting on. Ask you how do you see the role of the chinese evolving in. What's happening in iran troublesome. I think that xi jingping was china's ruler with more power than. Hi israel's dismounts ton thinks it's always good when america is distracted and has various problems in annoyances and other parts of the world because they can do less about what. We're doing the people's republic china as rand ambitions. They violated international basically in hong kong. I was traveling gatien. They had two systems. Nab hong kong has no more data than or beijing or anywhere else. They're threatening taiwan. More america's tie-down places less america l. I want offended self. They are aggressively taking over the us. Various international organizations because they want a new world order dominated by them and by other totalitarians with whom they are very much league. You know what. They're doing the By vitamin nistration genocide and yet they're sitting on the un human rights council hardly a hesitant vendor rights. John is a problem. I don't know that. China wants death to america wants a diminished america. That's a market. Not much else am and certainly the greatest competitor we have just in terms sheer capability. Listen i want to thank you. Because i do think what you're doing and what your organization does is extraordinarily important element foundation defensive democracy whether it's with china or it's with iran or with russia or in syria menu very consistently been doing solid work. And it's kind of amazing thank nudism always a pleasure to talk to you. It's a pleasure to know you for all these many years. Learn from you over all these years. Continue to do so. Thank you thank you to my guests cliff. May you can read more about the foundation for the defense of democracies and the iran deal on our show page at neutral neutral produced by gingrich three sixty and iheartmedia. Our executive producer is debbie. Meyers our producer. Who's garnsey sloan in our researcher is rachel peterson. The our work for the show was created by the penalty special. Thanks the team gingrich. We sixty if you've been enjoying neutral. I hope you'll go to apple podcasts. And both rate us with five stars and give us a review so others can learn what it's all about right now listeners of neutral and sign up for my three free weekly columns a- gingrich three sixty dot com slash newsletter. I'm newt gingrich. This is world.

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"people republic china" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"people republic china" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"Than that. No. The Armstrong and getty show. On the Cumberland River. On the deal between. Ready. My heart breaks that we had to declare one because some people some of them from outside of our communities started fires and threw rocks and other dangerous items. We all clearly saw something that had nothing to do with justice. We saw people in our city, smashing windows, stealing and beating. We are bigger than that. The old smash steel and beat Give me number thirty eight as long as we have Eric, said he the mayor of Los Angeles sharing his Utopian musings, but as the sun set in our beautiful city last night. We saw some of the ugliest images in a generation. Acts on our streets. That were not demonstrations for justice. Destruction and looting, we feel righteous rage, and we have to express it. But the rage must not consume us. All right so to the extent that attend TEPA. Thought. This was an interesting tweet from a gyn called Noah Rothman. Many of made this observation in jest, but the way some observers are determined to excuse Antiga via strictly literal interpretation of the group's name. That's the whole. People say they're anti-fascist. That's what mtpa literally mean Yeah Yeah. We know this what they call them so the pack. He says the fact that people don't get that explains why so many Soviet satellites called themselves. Democratic People's Republics. Because, it actually works on some people. You call yourself the People's Republic. China and some people think well. It's a republic. You get to vote or whatnot. Whatever it is so present when you're actually dictator, it works on some people. It must otherwise they wouldn't bother sure. And who does it work on how? Holds Vote Hey want ninety eight percent again as a popular guy who's at four, t beats people down in the streets for pulverizing different political view, themselves anti fascist. That's hilarious and then on some of the mayhem Jonah. Goldberg tweeted struggling Korean, immigrant owned grocery in my neighborhood had its windows smashed last night's congrats kids..

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"people republic china" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"people republic china" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Cbc or Tweet me. Jim Cramer waited nearly all day for the president. United States take a tough stand on China given their aggressive moves against Hong Kong. Figured it'd be something extremely bellicose that would send an already. Sagging rocket either lowered the weekend but when president trump spoke he was so measured that the market was able to make a comeback Dow audibly dipping. Just eighteen points SB advancing twenty four eight percent. That's certainly one point. Two nine percent sell in may be an idiot. So let's understand idea of measure responses knocked. Though it's not China's I give response. I think you're GonNa see this as a real provocation. And they'll feel compelled to respond. Which brings us to the game plan for next week Mondays. All about retaliation from China at this point. We all know the story goes right. It always is to attack every time. President trump lands a blow over the counter blow. So we have to presume. China escalades things. If only just showed they understand the end game which seems like containment or isolation except this time. Maybe we're the ones being contained for decades refused to recognize the People's Republic China and our government treated them outlaw or the outlaw that they were then president Nixon ambitious Red Baiter. The fifties went to China. Start the long process of normalizing relations with the PR see but what stars mutually beneficial trading partnership quickly became something a lot more. Uneven China has real estate involvement in its economy and they've targeted industry after industry here in our country crushing are working people. Baking depend on on them in all sorts of critical ways that we even know about. And that's why president trump start cracking down on China. I think he made a ton of sense to take a hardline. Back when we had extraordinarily low employment booming economy John flation. That was the perfect time to wage. A trade war and By the end of last year heat extractors meaningful in disarray concessions that I liked. But then the pandemic struck in fairly or unfairly. The administration blames the Chinese Government for letting it get out of hand in the first place so the White House back when warpath trying to roll back. Everything says Nixon's open door policy. I gotTa tell you this time for escalating trade war. I Know Fan of the Chinese Communist Party and the thornberry regime with a horrible human rights. Track record a long history of corrupt trade practices stealing our jobs taking advantage of us but I am the fan of America having a strong economy plentiful job creation strong stock market right now. Our economy is struggling in any kind of taliation from China will make it even more difficult for us to recover. We don't need headache one at a time. We'll get him get him later when we're stronger noth- not when we're facing incredibly serious recession. If not outright depression not careful. And that's why I think you need to wait. Your portfolio toward recession resistant. Stocks like healthcare the consumer packaged goods place in the technology companies that help other businesses adjust to the post corona environment companies like zoom video which reports on Tuesday close. Tell me you don't know about that. Civil we all know it now right up left and calm right there. Boom we're zooming out of nowhere. Zooms become a household name. It's become a verb. It's become everything. Three hundred million users client base that seems to grow like a wildfire day. The stocks been a rocket ship in CEO. Eric you an roster. That said the expectations going into the quarter. Pretty high competition from CISCO'S WEBEX ringcentral..

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"people republic china" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"people republic china" Discussed on KGO 810

"Four one five eight zero eight zero eight and by the way state department today confirmed there will be additional evacuations from China American citizens here's what the spokesperson said the department of state is working with the U. S. government inter agency and people's Republic China counterparts on staging additional flights for US citizens to return to the United States from one four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten many many more of your calls some two hundred forty one people mean I states are under investigation for the virus in addition to the six confirmed cases a hundred and fourteen people tested negative a hundred and twenty one are still pending that according to the CDC the infant grandson of a Chicago man diagnosed with the virus has developed a fever and is among those being tested and you know delta American United Airlines announced they are temporarily suspending all flights to China in the wake of the public health warnings including a state department do not travel advisory issued yesterday let's get your comments for one five one by the way the masks they say the masks don't work but there's a stampede to get them are you gonna get a mass four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten John Rothman right here on TGO John Ross met on KGO eight.

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"people republic china" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

08:51 min | 1 year ago

"people republic china" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"China has repeated. Its Promise to regain regain control of Taiwan after voters reelected president sighing. When Chinese state media said the president resorted to cheating repression and intimidation to get votes? Were joined in mischievious by Isabel Hilton editor of China Dialogue. Good to have you back in this year is this was a very convincing. Victory for her wasn't it. I could hardly be more convincing. And not they need to cheer chief record. Numbers of votes For any Taiwanese politician She also won a convincing victory in the Congress winning twice as many any seats as serious. Rival Gorman down and what is it that brought this. This huge victory is pretty much. Hong Kong You know the the the example of Hong Kong the the failure of One Country Two Systems in Hong Kong the Kuomintang have traditionally being the Party. Reunification the Kuomintang are the the the The relic of the Chinese civil war which was between the Kuomintang and and the and the Communist Party. They agree that China is one country in Taiwan belongs to it they just disagree about who should run it so the Kuomintang's historic position of being there the rightful ruler of all of Hong Kong. Where saying when is a Taiwanese politician politician and takes different view of history in a different view of democracy in a different view of of Taiwan role in the world? And that is is what particularly the young voters in Taiwan and they came out in record. Numbers Dave look at Hong Kong. They say well. You can't trust China. It breaks its promises what we have is freedom and democracy here and we wish to defend that that's what it is seen as a steady pair of Hanser. She's pretty steady. There were where to other parties that did rather badly One one is one was a a much more radical independence party and that Did very badly. So she's seen as somebody who defends the status quo essentially. She's not going to declare independence because that would be that that would trigger a global crisis But she is going to resist pressure from Beijing to talk about the the future of a close future with with with the People's Republic. So I think you know like a number of international crises. The best solution certainly for the time being is the status quo for Taiwan. He mentioned the idea ever close future with the People's Republic China's reaction promised to regain regain control of Taiwan. That doesn't necessarily time. We've what you've just said I'm but Kennedy genuinely says it we could have react. We could have expected that reaction yes she didn't for Xi Jinping to acknowledge it this is. This has been a very embarrassing victory this gala victory has been very embarrassing Xi Jinping because it it it is rebuked not only to his approach to Taiwan but to Hong Kong and You know unless Beijing finds a way to modify its. It's policy in Hong Kong. This will go on feeding into the Taiwan political situation and and entrenching Taiwanese view of the mainland so so that puts Xi Jinping and rob difficult position of having to acknowledge that he is wrong. Whereas you know Xi Jinping thought invincible in and cannot make mistakes so so I think what we're looking at is what is the? What is the tone scale of the response given that China is not going to reverse its policy? Xi Jinping Champion has declared in the China dream. China's May he's making China great again. The reunification with Taiwan is they would put. It is a key part of that and the it's it's kind of shared for the hundredth anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic which is in two hundred forty nine so there is time on the other hand any any move to kind of slacken off the pressure on Taiwan would be viewed as weakness on the mainland. So I think what we'll see is a certain amount of low level harassment Rasmin so where China has had a number of successes in other in other Fields if you look sad Chinese see for example the kind of sub military pressure of water essentially armed fishing boats taking on for example Taiwanese fishing boats off yet news fishing boats there are fifteen very small countries. It's still recognize Taiwan As as the Republic of China we will see increasing pressure on them to switch to the People's People's Republic We might see some harassment of extensive trade and business relationships which exist between Taiwan and China neurotic Taiwanese unease doing business on the mainland. We've already seen a cocktail moment of tourism to Taiwan from the mainland. So you know there are a number of ways in which which Beijing can express its displeasure short of precipitating further confrontation Anita. How much is this actually high on? Its list given the fact that that China has has an awful lot more than it has to concentrate on the moment. We Got Hong Kong as you've mentioned which played directly into the hands of signing when we also have the US trade trade war we have in. China is busy with stuff can actually afford to put Taiwan on the back burner little. Yes I think it can. I think you're absolutely right. There are immediate crisis and there will go on being meet you crisis. It's you know th the economy's not going very well. There's some troubling signs in the financial sector that we might be in a in for a few bankruptcies and there's very limited trade deal is about to be signed the United States. I don't think China wants to jeopardize You know a kind of calming down of the. US China trade war. So do any move on. Taiwan would obviously do that. And so far we've seen or other muted reaction as you said. They accused diving when of dirty tricks describe. This is an anomaly. There was a wonderful phrase from Shinwari which said You know these temporary versus A. They're just a bubble in the tide of history. And you know she shouldn't count on this being a kind of permanent state of affairs so they're standing back and saying well you know these things happen but we can get over it and our long-term policy history is with this. That's that's interview that said we had trump making positive notes about Taiwan for quite a long time right from the beginning of his presidency. And yes you say that. The number of Countries now fifteen who who actively recognize Taiwan as a state and large companies such as airlines have now diverted their attention to to Beijing. But if you you have this state or this place which is allowed to just take along quietly. Is there a chance as a little bit of soft power will allow Taiwan to actually bring a few more countries back into the fold really curious you should say that because the because prog recently Decided to twin with with the Taipei rather than Beijing which is fanny kind of substantial. Move for the for the Czech Republic And and a bit of a rebuke. I think it was so one. Shouldn't underestimate the quiet soft. The effect of the quiet soft power of Taiwan inside China there are a number of of individual visitors from the mainland. Who made a point of going to Taiwan to observe the elections? Because you know they're curious about the only real substantial elections take place in the Chinese world and that will you know that one shouldn't underestimate the quiet effect of that It it's quite. It's quite the powerful thing Talking of quiet. Donald Trump has been unusually quiet on the subject of the Taiwanese elections but the people around him have been pretty robust in their supportive. Talion when so you know the US representative in in In Taipei met very quickly There have been you know it'd been in using language like no shared values of democracy and freedom the kind of thing honestly that one hadn't heard from trump for quite sometime but you're hearing from his officials officials and there have been hints from the US military that their commitment to the defensive Taiwanese as robust as ever last year saw a large number verve of quite significant arms sales and indications of military cooperation. So there were. There are lots of reasons China to sit fairly quiet Wyatt on this one. I think his Bell Hilton. Thank you very much indeed for joining his monocle. Twenty four still to come on. Today's globalist. We Northern Ireland to us. How to rebuild? When you haven't haven't had an organized government for three years I want to urge all political leaders and their teams to grab this opportunity and get back to work in multi party executive? Forget the language of win and lose. That's all to come on the globalist..

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China Promises To Regain Control Of Taiwan

Monocle 24: The Globalist

08:27 min | 1 year ago

China Promises To Regain Control Of Taiwan

"China has repeated. Its Promise to regain regain control of Taiwan after voters reelected president sighing. When Chinese state media said the president resorted to cheating repression and intimidation to get votes? Were joined in mischievious by Isabel Hilton editor of China Dialogue. Good to have you back in this year is this was a very convincing. Victory for her wasn't it. I could hardly be more convincing. And not they need to cheer chief record. Numbers of votes For any Taiwanese politician She also won a convincing victory in the Congress winning twice as many any seats as serious. Rival Gorman down and what is it that brought this. This huge victory is pretty much. Hong Kong You know the the the example of Hong Kong the the failure of One Country Two Systems in Hong Kong the Kuomintang have traditionally being the Party. Reunification the Kuomintang are the the the The relic of the Chinese civil war which was between the Kuomintang and and the and the Communist Party. They agree that China is one country in Taiwan belongs to it they just disagree about who should run it so the Kuomintang's historic position of being there the rightful ruler of all of Hong Kong. Where saying when is a Taiwanese politician politician and takes different view of history in a different view of democracy in a different view of of Taiwan role in the world? And that is is what particularly the young voters in Taiwan and they came out in record. Numbers Dave look at Hong Kong. They say well. You can't trust China. It breaks its promises what we have is freedom and democracy here and we wish to defend that that's what it is seen as a steady pair of Hanser. She's pretty steady. There were where to other parties that did rather badly One one is one was a a much more radical independence party and that Did very badly. So she's seen as somebody who defends the status quo essentially. She's not going to declare independence because that would be that that would trigger a global crisis But she is going to resist pressure from Beijing to talk about the the future of a close future with with with the People's Republic. So I think you know like a number of international crises. The best solution certainly for the time being is the status quo for Taiwan. He mentioned the idea ever close future with the People's Republic China's reaction promised to regain regain control of Taiwan. That doesn't necessarily time. We've what you've just said I'm but Kennedy genuinely says it we could have react. We could have expected that reaction yes she didn't for Xi Jinping to acknowledge it this is. This has been a very embarrassing victory this gala victory has been very embarrassing Xi Jinping because it it it is rebuked not only to his approach to Taiwan but to Hong Kong and You know unless Beijing finds a way to modify its. It's policy in Hong Kong. This will go on feeding into the Taiwan political situation and and entrenching Taiwanese view of the mainland so so that puts Xi Jinping and rob difficult position of having to acknowledge that he is wrong. Whereas you know Xi Jinping thought invincible in and cannot make mistakes so so I think what we're looking at is what is the? What is the tone scale of the response given that China is not going to reverse its policy? Xi Jinping Champion has declared in the China dream. China's May he's making China great again. The reunification with Taiwan is they would put. It is a key part of that and the it's it's kind of shared for the hundredth anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic which is in two hundred forty nine so there is time on the other hand any any move to kind of slacken off the pressure on Taiwan would be viewed as weakness on the mainland. So I think what we'll see is a certain amount of low level harassment Rasmin so where China has had a number of successes in other in other Fields if you look sad Chinese see for example the kind of sub military pressure of water essentially armed fishing boats taking on for example Taiwanese fishing boats off yet news fishing boats there are fifteen very small countries. It's still recognize Taiwan As as the Republic of China we will see increasing pressure on them to switch to the People's People's Republic We might see some harassment of extensive trade and business relationships which exist between Taiwan and China neurotic Taiwanese unease doing business on the mainland. We've already seen a cocktail moment of tourism to Taiwan from the mainland. So you know there are a number of ways in which which Beijing can express its displeasure short of precipitating further confrontation Anita. How much is this actually high on? Its list given the fact that that China has has an awful lot more than it has to concentrate on the moment. We Got Hong Kong as you've mentioned which played directly into the hands of signing when we also have the US trade trade war we have in. China is busy with stuff can actually afford to put Taiwan on the back burner little. Yes I think it can. I think you're absolutely right. There are immediate crisis and there will go on being meet you crisis. It's you know th the economy's not going very well. There's some troubling signs in the financial sector that we might be in a in for a few bankruptcies and there's very limited trade deal is about to be signed the United States. I don't think China wants to jeopardize You know a kind of calming down of the. US China trade war. So do any move on. Taiwan would obviously do that. And so far we've seen or other muted reaction as you said. They accused diving when of dirty tricks describe. This is an anomaly. There was a wonderful phrase from Shinwari which said You know these temporary versus A. They're just a bubble in the tide of history. And you know she shouldn't count on this being a kind of permanent state of affairs so they're standing back and saying well you know these things happen but we can get over it and our long-term policy history is with this. That's that's interview that said we had trump making positive notes about Taiwan for quite a long time right from the beginning of his presidency. And yes you say that. The number of Countries now fifteen who who actively recognize Taiwan as a state and large companies such as airlines have now diverted their attention to to Beijing. But if you you have this state or this place which is allowed to just take along quietly. Is there a chance as a little bit of soft power will allow Taiwan to actually bring a few more countries back into the fold really curious you should say that because the because prog recently Decided to twin with with the Taipei rather than Beijing which is fanny kind of substantial. Move for the for the Czech Republic And and a bit of a rebuke. I think it was so one. Shouldn't underestimate the quiet soft. The effect of the quiet soft power of Taiwan inside China there are a number of of individual visitors from the mainland. Who made a point of going to Taiwan to observe the elections? Because you know they're curious about the only real substantial elections take place in the Chinese world and that will you know that one shouldn't underestimate the quiet effect of that It it's quite. It's quite the powerful thing Talking of quiet. Donald Trump has been unusually quiet on the subject of the Taiwanese elections but the people around him have been pretty robust in their supportive. Talion when so you know the US representative in in In Taipei met very quickly There have been you know it'd been in using language like no shared values of democracy and freedom the kind of thing honestly that one hadn't heard from trump for quite sometime but you're hearing from his officials officials and there have been hints from the US military that their commitment to the defensive Taiwanese as robust as ever last year saw a large number verve of quite significant arms sales and indications of military cooperation. So there were. There are lots of reasons China to sit fairly quiet Wyatt on this one. I think his Bell Hilton. Thank you very much indeed for joining his monocle. Twenty four

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"people republic china" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"people republic china" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jeanine herbs the focus of the twenty twenty democratic presidential nomination is shifting to Texas for tonight's third round of debates and here's got Deathrow reports the top ten candidates in polling data will be on stage in Houston Joe Biden held a steady lead all summer as Elizabeth Warren gain ground in poll after poll but until now they had never shared a debate stage whether the two candidates confront their differences on health care in a range of other policies is one of the main questions for tonight's debate in a week of foreign policy shake up some surprises from the White House candidates will also likely field questions about how they would wind down the military presence in Afghanistan which continues eighteen years after the September eleventh terrorist attacks Bernie Sanders Cory Booker Connelly Harris and that Rourke will also share the stage along with Leon Castro any club char people to judge and Andrew Yang scattered fro NPR news Houston. president trump says he is postponing a scheduled here of increase on some two hundred fifty billion dollars worth of Chinese imports and fears god Worsley reports the move follows China's decision to suspend some of its own terrace on American goods. president trump call the decision to delay the terrified ache a gesture of good will import taxes were schedule declined from twenty five percent to thirty percent October first but trump announced he'll push that back until October fifteenth that should allow time for the next round of high level trade talks here in Washington it also avoids hiking terrace on the day China will be celebrating the seventieth anniversary of the people's Republic China also announced Wednesday that its is spending some of its own terrace on US exports the stock market rally as investors welcomed signs of a possible de escalation in the trade war Scott Horsley NPR news Washington. in the Bahamas search crews continue to look for survivors of the powerful hurricane Dorian that ravaged the island chain leaving at least fifty people dead some twenty five hundred are listed as missing but the names of those people have been checked yet against the number of people who fled or who are living in shelters prime minister Hubert menace. it's. we are now shifting to recovery stabilization the restoration. meanwhile power is coming back on to the city of reports that officials say smaller villages on the coast of the grand Bahamas are still in the dark. the Coast Guard is implementing additional safety recommendations in the wake of the fatal dive boat fire off the coast of southern California that left thirty four people dead the new recommendations include limiting the use of power strips and extension cords and charging lithium ion batteries unsupervised the cause of that blaze is still under investigation. financial markets Asian markets ended the day mixed use futures contracts a trading positive you're listening to NPR news. state senators in California have passed a landmark bill allowing college athletes to make money off their name images and likeness and here's caught Tom Goldman says of passage of that bill came after the NC double a worn it considers the legislation to be unconstitutional the final Senate vote on the fare paid to play act was thirty nine to zero in favor California is loud and clear says the bill's author senator Nancy Skinner she knows the bill doesn't force colleges to pay athletes it allows them to use their athletic prominence to do things like monetize YouTube videos or teach swim lessons in a letter to California governor Gavin Newsom the NC double a says the bill erases the critical distinction between college and pro sports and gives California schools and unfair recruiting advantage in NC double a working group currently studying name image and likeness issues there's time for compromise if Newsome signs the bill into law it won't go into effect until twenty twenty three Tom Goldman NPR news. the makers of twelve toys are vying to win the national toy hall of fame number one on the list is the smartphone not as a phone but as a device to play games on other finalists include matchbox cars coloring books care bears Django.

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"people republic china" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"people republic china" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"We look at the the last big protests was in two thousand fourteen called the the umbrella umbrella protests or the occupy movement and that was that was hong kong or the practices wanting to gain some additional rights. They wanted to be able to vote for that chief executive that was all about democracy and not on that failed. What's different about this these protests as you mentioned. This is about the extradition. Little this is hong. Kong is defending what they've already got. They want to defend the rights and the freedoms they already have in hong kong rather than gaining extra rights. They just wanted to defend the status. Quo now that is that is <hes> abroad broaden a far broader cross-section of hong kong <hes> behind these these protests and it does touch every single aspect of society so <hes> ten weeks zidan <hes> i i still see we still see a very very strong support across the society and the protests came to an end after after seventy-nine days as after about eleven weeks <hes> and by that point that was that was very much a a lot of protests fatigue. <hes> people keen for it to come to a conclusion. Don't see that now. There's still a lot of support you know across hong kong even though these protests are starting to disrupt daily life where is that difference and where whereas that appetite it's like come from the ticket picks continued protests well. I think it's this this idea that <hes> you know people have got used to <hes> the the freedoms freedoms that they that they've had for the last <hes> twenty years and they don't want to be any worse off. <hes> the the idea of whether hong kong needs democracy or not does does split society but actually everybody agrees that the life that we we enjoy in hong kong is something that's worth fighting for and i guess the the <hes> the it seems to be this. The do-or-die never attitude in hong kong the if people don't take a stand right now that might be the last chance they get because the impression that won't get from outside is that for the first time hongkongers have been prepared to stand up directly to beijing and say we don't trust the people in charge of us. Is that right well. They have been very. I guess they've had to be very clever so far in in not taking on beijing directly they've they've been targeting the the hong kong government initially but as you said it's more became more and more clear that obviously the object of of of their attention is beijing aging <hes> you know they. They attacked liaison office. They've been kind of vandalizing the the chinese state emblem being throwing the the chinese flag into <hes> <hes> into the harbor and so you know we we all know that the real power behind the scenes is in beijing and it all depends on what beijing wants to do <hes> so it always was going to have to get to this point <hes> and i guess <hes> everybody's prepared for this to go on for for quite a long time and an evanston to talk now about october first now over the first is the anniversary of the founding of the people's republic china and this year..

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"people republic china" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"people republic china" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Entertainment customers, upside. So how come investors didn't go crazy for the deal? Well, I over the summer people were talking about a thirty billion dollar valuation for tencent musing instead of Kim public at thirteen billion thirty to thirteen billion low end the price range twenty one billion dollar market cap in the stock fizzled pretty much after started training. An annualized the twenty thousand numbers selling for forty four times. This year's earnings now that is actually sound expensive. But it's inexpensive for a couple of such rapid growth rate. Even if tensions music earnings growth slows dramatically say two hundred fifty percent down. One hundred percent highly unlikely the stock will be valued at twenty two times. This rough estimate of nature's earnings that's consumer packaged goods company at nine a rapidly growing Chinese Internet play. But here's the here's the catch. There's a good reason why people are in are hesitant to embrace of music, including yours, truly. I it has an extraordinarily complex corporate structure. We basically have no powers shareholder. Tencent music is controlled by its parent, tencent holdings, you're just one for the ride second the People's Republic. China's difficult placed invested best of times this is not the best of times they've gotten a hideous bear market. But also, tencent holdings slam this show when the government decided to stop approving new video games. Ten cent makes the hottest games on the planet. Right now. Fortnight you have to worry that something similar could happen to sent music if the government decides to crack down technically music sounds unlikely, but when you invest in Chinese copies, the Chinese communist party is always a risk. Here's the bottom line on this incredibly great fundamental story with that is clouded with so much political risk in evacuate. Ten cent music.

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"people republic china" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"people republic china" Discussed on KCRW

"How can she get away with this? I understand why he would crack down at this moment. But with all of these increased demands, how can it be that the Chinese people are letting it happen? You know, it's always difficult to measure public opinion in China because there's no way we can conduct surveys or anything like that. I could say for sure that there has been a lot of criticism. There has been some blowback against she for doing this on the other hand, I think over the course of the last forty years what we've seen is that the party has managed to make it bargain with the people, which is the party delivers a better life for you as long as you stay out of politics. And so far that people have been willing to take that. Please stand up the party's deliver is as long as you leave the party alone. Leave the party alone. You let the party stayed charge. And we will continue to give you economic growth to give your children a better life. Shoot. I swear that. To the constitution of the People's Republic. China be loyal to the country and the people foods and work hard to help build Morton. Country. Strong take constantly advanced Shushi. Komo news. She. Xi jinping. The biggest blow to this idea that China was going to open up because of the new prosperity was.

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"people republic china" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"people republic china" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"You Theresa May continuing sell her Brexit deal saying or eurosceptic opponents don't have the numbers to get rid of her vote on her leadership has been threatened. But has yet to be formally announced may has told her predicts that removing her won't change the situation the form of Brexit secretary Dominique rap he's quitting protests over the Deel last week. And he says he won't support a challenge. The prime minister. By Dominic Robb. I'm not going to stand in the Tory leadership contest. I'm even getting sucked into the. I you agree with that statement. I'm supporting I will not I will not be supporting anyone who is sending letters nineteen twenty two committee and in a vote of confidence. Meanwhile, there are reports in the British press that d- chief negotiator Michel Barnier is proposing the transition period to be extended to the end of twenty twenty two. Let's get back out to Hong Kong. Don, Gimpo senior vice president Atlantic trust private wealth medicine is with us dawn, how do you expect this to unfold over the coming hours, given the amount of opposition that the British Prime minister is is facing. Well, why don't we start out by saying it's a hell of a mess? There are people. Comparing it with the British pullout from Suez and and in nineteen thirty eight Neville Chamberlain. Neither of those make any sense to me. It's it's more. Like Henry the eighth leaving the Roman church. It seems to me. Where this is going. It's really hard to tell. I mean what what good is it? What what is the UK going to do? What is Europe going to do if these two areas break apart? Yeah. That's exactly that's exactly the question. Isn't it done? That's that's I mean, we're we're we're looking for you to weigh in. I mean, what is your base case we have a GT library GDP go for our clients chose the probability of a second referendum. That's been rising. We're now just short of forty percent. What is your most likely scenario? What are you telling clients about how this is going to go? I think the break-up is going to happen. I think what is important is whether the UK can form at bilateral relations of of significance with both the United States and the People's Republic, China, those are the those are the that's the question. It's not whether what's going to happen over long period of time between the UK and Europe. The work it out at a at a reduced rate. But what's really important for the British is the relations with both the US and China, and I think we should be focusing on that rather than wonder what year what month what day the relationship between the UK and Europe changes. So what does that mean for UK assets? I is this a buying opportunity. I mean thinking about cable here thinking about UK stocks and bonds. Yeah. I think what you have to look at is what international companies are located in the U K and were the with in my opinion, probably a lower value to the to the pound. What what what does that mean for international companies based in the UK, and I would suggest that that might be a positive so in terms of of losing money. I I would say you're going to lose money and pound sterling but companies that do a fair amount of international business that are based in the UK. It could be a plus. Don is great catching up with you. Don't get full senior vice-president Atlantic trust private wealth management. All right. Let's get you a bit of a snapshot of.

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"people republic china" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"people republic china" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"Biotech that can lose three quarters of its value in a day because of one big clinical trial she got to be really careful by which is why always tell you to be selective when you speculate with these early stage drug developers and trying to buy the stocks of those with multiple drugs and trials hopefully son you're to completion than others then all right this one is it's hard to get your arms around your head around whatever because of what's going on with trump and and china but you know what there have been a plethora of chinese ipo's even in the midst of the trade tensions with the people's republic china based companies coming public here and there's toxic rory talk about ironic as names though to be as quality there's one you see all the time and that crawl at the bottom that i see it every morning it's really it's called i q i y iq i y let's just call iq for you home gamers this has been billed as the chinese net flicks here's a stop that search for the low twenty s in late may two his highest forty six in june but in the past few weeks the skeptics coming out of the we'll work and i got slammed onto thirty one if you're taking it another beating today my view hey who wouldn't be intrigued by the chinese netflix but this kind of stock is very difficult to value and i think it needs to cool off more before it's worth even considering remember netflix kind of closed out of china so there is a little room for iq then then you got billy billy that's b i ally it's another chinese online entertain provider billy billy came public today before i i y in march initially didn't get much traction but then it caught fire when the analyst started recommending it may and june stock climbed to twenty two dollars at its peak but in the last few weeks it's round trip all the way back to thirteen bucks so below that now this is why i'm near the fresh face chinese ipo's these names are too hard to get your head around and too hard to follow closely even if you're willing to put in the time and do the research i am always stopped on the street and asked about chinese ipo and i always say the same thing listen i got alley bob i don't need this baba's been under a lot of pressure i still like it the best times i am hesitant to recommend all but a handful of chinese companies this is not the best of times there according to trade war most powerful country on earth member it's us so which appeals from class to twenty team do we actually like all right i've mentioned before but the was of p i there's dropbox cloud base storage and business collaboration play i recommended dropbox at twenty eight on the night it came public search forty two now it's back to thirty like it at these levels just like so many other recent ipo's dropbox having explosive rally in june paul by brutal cell phone no particular news but the story made the same dropbox fabulous play on the subscription economy with the us pool of free users who they can convert into paying customers second or spotify technically streaming music service didn't have an ipo stock listed really weird process is basically an anti appeal i think you really hurt the cost spotify as an amazing transparent nonpromotional national team the results so far terrific and while the stock is pulled back a bit from its reason is it starting to roar again up nearly eight bucks today then there's zora net z you are the cloud based software company that helps other businesses setup subscription service dismembers economy now a few weeks ago i told you.

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"people republic china" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"people republic china" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"Biotech that can lose three quarters of its value in a day because of one big clinical trial she got to be really careful by which is why always tell you to be selective when you speculate with these early stage drug developers and trying to buy the stocks of those with multiple drugs and trials hopefully son you're to completion than others then all right this one is it's hard to get your arms around your head around whatever because of what's going on with trump and and china but you know what there have been a plethora of chinese ipo's even in the midst of the trade tensions with the people's republic china based companies coming public here and there's toxic rory talk about ironic as names though to be as quality there's one you see all the time and that crawl at the bottom that i see it every morning it's really it's called i q i y iq i y let's just call iq for you home gamers this has been billed as the chinese net flicks here's a stop that search for the low twenty s in late may two his highest forty six in june but in the past few weeks the skeptics coming out of the we'll work and i got slammed onto thirty one if you're taking it another beating today my view hey who wouldn't be intrigued by the chinese netflix but this kind of stock is very difficult to value and i think it needs to cool off more before it's worth even considering remember netflix kind of closed out of china so there is a little room for iq then then you got billy billy that's b i ally it's another chinese online entertain provider billy billy came public today before i i y in march initially didn't get much traction but then it caught fire when the analyst started recommending it may and june stock climbed to twenty two dollars at its peak but in the last few weeks it's round trip all the way back to thirteen bucks so below that now this is why i'm near the fresh face chinese ipo's these names are too hard to get your head around and too hard to follow closely even if you're willing to put in the time and do the research i am always stopped on the street and asked about chinese ipo and i always say the same thing listen i got alley bob i don't need this baba's been under a lot of pressure i still like it the best times i am hesitant to recommend all but a handful of chinese companies this is not the best of times there according to trade war most powerful country on earth member it's us so which appeals from class to twenty team do we actually like all right i've mentioned before but the was of p i there's dropbox cloud base storage and business collaboration play i recommended dropbox at twenty eight on the night it came public search forty two now it's back to thirty like it at these levels just like so many other recent ipo's dropbox having explosive rally in june paul by brutal cell phone no particular news but the story made the same dropbox fabulous play on the subscription economy with the us pool of free users who they can convert into paying customers second or spotify technically streaming music service didn't have an ipo stock listed really weird process is basically an anti appeal i think you really hurt the cost spotify as an amazing transparent nonpromotional national team the results so far terrific and while the stock is pulled back a bit from its reason is it starting to roar again up nearly eight bucks today then there's zora net z you are the cloud based software company that helps other businesses setup subscription service dismembers economy now a few weeks ago i told you.

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"people republic china" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"people republic china" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm still a chinese citizen but a permanent resident on the australia i travel to southeast asia final as well so i hope to develop balanced view regarding this very controversial strategically consequential question from john's going to set on the basis for china's claims in the south china sea the chinese claim is for china is the first country to discover to name to develop the islands those claims they say is based on almost two thousand years of history they say that chinese seafarers including fishermen went to the south china sea and they discovered the islands fast forward to the second world war between 1930 nihin 1945 the entire south china sea was occupied by japan was japan's defeat at the end of the second world war china despaired naval vessels to reclaim sovereignty ninety forty five a couple of years after the end of the second world war the chinese government published a map of the region with a line drawn around the south china sea and encompass most of the water and all of the tiny islands there was no explanation as to precisely what the line meant but it was clear the chinese were claiming territory those through an unresolved debate among scholar news about what exactly the public china government was claiming at that time in that unresolved debate is very much at heart to recent controversies over the current people's republic china's claim to the south china sea from john says that china believes it has the best case arguing that other countries any became interested when oil and gas surveys carried out the chinese claim has always being that before the ninety 70s before resources were discovered nobody in the region contested chinese claims in a while while they're consistent arguments is that china's claims to the south china sea has been more consistent historically than any of the other claimants states if i went to beijing or share would i find that if i stopped someone in the street they would know all about the south china sea i think it would come to them as an issue of territorial sovereignty is son issuing bear dudes in the narrative of the century of humiliation since you one hundred years between the mid nineteenthcentury maternity century a time when china feels foreign powers had the upper hand so recovering lost territories asserting sovereignty rights over those territories this is a very much part of modern china's.

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"people republic china" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"people republic china" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"South china sea the chinese claim is that china is the first country to discover to maim to develop the islands those claims they say is based on almost two thousand years of history they say that chinese seafarers including fishermen went to the south china sea and they discovered islands fast forward to the second world war between 1930 nihin 1945 the entire south china sea was occupied by japan was japan's defeat at the end of the second world war china despaired should naval vessels to reclaim sovereignty mouney forty five a couple of years after the end of the second world war the chinese government published a map of the region with a line drawn around the south china sea and encompass most of the water and all of the tiny islands there was no explanation as to precisely what the line meant but it was clear the chinese were claiming territory though still an unresolved debate among skull news about what exactly the public china government was claiming at that time embed unresolved debate is very much at heart recent controversies over the current people's republic china's claim to the south china sea from john says that china believes it has the best case arguing that other countries and became interested when oil and gas surveys carried out the chinese claim has always being that before the ninety 70s before resources were discovered nobody in the region contested chinese claims in a while while they're consistent arguments is that china's claims the south china sea has been more consistent historically than any of the other claimants states if i went to beijing or share would i find that if i stopped someone in the street they would know all about the south china sea i think it would come to them as an issue of territorial sovereignty is an issue in bear dudes in the narrative of the century of humiliation since about one hundred years between the nineteenthcentury maternity century a time when china fails foreign powers had the upper hand so recovering lost territories asserting sovereignty rights over those territories this is a very much part of modern china's nation building project mm an expert witness says the average person on the street in china would also make another connection they will also recognized that there is economic and strategic stakes in the south china sea would a who shot does she said abortion dotras for battered div onto by the night fashionable clothes state of the.

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"people republic china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"people republic china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"New housing program planned if this program is a credible uh it means sad to in the future chinese young people may not want to buy into the house he markets they made want to rent from the government of fo extended period of time and then that will change should china's housing price expect patient a fatwa which hinge indeed that in the next few years china's housing market may now to experience the very rapid the price appreciation as we saw in the last the vacates also that's one worry important area on the environmental sector i think the main risk is that too whether local government who would like to push this pipe attending a clean up tool aggressive this year and that we may see industrial output to slow down a mole substantially lay expected his if somebody weasel hiccups as this transition this transformation in the economy uh if i could get you a little bit outside your comfort zone and talk a little bit about politics xi jinping at the end of the 19th party congress talked about mounting the world stage and actually making china a new superpower that matters now that something they've not really laid claim to before do they managed that transition well well i think economically china now his second largest economy in the world there's no doubt about that but in terms of per capita income there's a long way for china to catch up uh the west than a standard uh but two from twenty twenty hour mrs she also laid out to a new plan a new region for china by 2035 china we owe am to become a prosperous society my interpretation of that is that perhaps by that time china's per capita income we will be at tehran dates neighboring economies such as a south korea's then taiwian's the gdp per capita by 2050 at a time when china sir uh uh you know achieving the one hundred and the worst three of the funding of the people's republic china should enter into a strong and prosperous society meaning that have perhaps in terms of per capita income chinese per capita income could be similar to what.

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"people republic china" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"people republic china" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Ministry alfaw state security in shaida i'll where you cannot talk about but three ts you cannot talk about taiwan you can't call about tibet you can't talk about tiananmen massacre back yet 1989 all you can talk about is off on you know how wonderful the people's republic china is and how everybody in mandarin chinese so they can read the news reports from the new china news agency which is the propaganda arm of the chinese communist party's so the the penetration is very d i is continuing and we got to rise up to it we are five or ten years away from a tipping point after which china will become so strong powerful that there will be no recovering no recovery analysts here from head of goldman sachs lloyd mike klein other globalists' ha ha trump you'll never get the infrastructure back we're moving everything to china america's done our global elites basically us him openly sided with china for decades is larger plan i'll you're an expert on that that i want to talk about when we come back because they're literally tackling like the wicked witch in the east saying like my pretty it's already done well we'll see if that's the case trump at least is trying to get us awake to this to a certain extent that's what makes me so mad the whole russia canard not that i'm a ryuzo or a ruse the file either way don't hate russia don't love russia i just have studied the facts and it looks like russia on a wrecker scale what i mean how i mean maybe one tenth 1029 i mean if you've seen so small compared to the sophisticated chinese total penetration plus the elites here that have an open arm pill it let's talk about this uh uh the author of the bully of asia stephen motion straight ahead a gedi armor has been on a mission to manufacture the most comfortable body armor on the market and we've succeeded with the release of our sikh.

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"people republic china" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"people republic china" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of hong kong is told the bbc she cannot guarantee that freedom of speech for predict those call for independence time on this the chief executiveelect of the former british colony which is about to mark twenty years since its handover to china in 2014 massive democracy protests paralyzed the city summit to this now begun to call for independence from china ms lam till the bbc that the government would abide by the rule of a law that cannot promise that those and call for independence would not face prosecution i think hong kong as an inseparable part of the people's republic china and everybody could have you or whether that expressing a view constitutes an offence the calling for independence has to put also the contest on what their losses as well i can promise of people hong kong that we will abide by the rule of law in hong kong bbc news special election is underway in the us state of georgia democrat sam republicans have poured money into campaign advertising in the contest for the sixth congressional district and traditionally republican area is being seen as a test of the party's strength under the trump administration and an indication of whether it can keep its majority in the house of representatives at next year's midterm election thirteen south sudanese soldiers have appeared as a military a court in juba to deny charges of killing a journalist and raping five foreign aid workers there last july the transition seen as a test the south sudanese government's ability to tackle sexual violence which has been widespread in the country the ukrainian president petru punish shankar has said he had a detailed meeting with donald trump at the white house and that the us had given strong backing to ukraine's territorial integrity in a brief statement mr trump said only that the pair had discussed support for the peaceful resolution to the conflict in ukraine thousands of tamils in sheep have been reunited with their owners cincotta off tipping stranded.

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