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Bloomberg Radio New York
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"Self imposed deadline. 6 minutes past the hour as we update global news, we'll do that next here on DBA. We begin in China where president Xi Jinping is claiming victory over COVID while at the same time saying there is still a tough road ahead at Baxter with more from a Bloomberg newsroom in San Francisco, Eddie. Yeah, I guess they make sense together, don't they, Doug, president Xi alluding publicly for the first time about spontaneous protests that came from his COVID zero policies, but first, as Doug said, claiming some victory. With extraordinary efforts, China has prevailed over unprecedented difficulties and challenges, and it has not been an easy journey for anyone. We have now entered a new phase of COVID response where tough challenges remain. And Bloomberg Sean Lou and Beijing says it's important that the president acknowledge the difficulties, though. Ultimately, the president saying, we will achieve victory in this process. So try to drop up support for the way that China is exiting COVID, saying that what the country is doing is scientific and appropriate. And so you try to accomplish two things both acknowledging the pay, but also trying to instill some confidence in the country's ability to get through it. Yeah, now she said that tough challenges remain as John said in China's fight against COVID, but says the nation's strategy now has to be optimized to protect people's lives and minimize economic costs, both at the same time. She says the country has put people first all along and put life first all along and now his prevailed. Hong Kong is targeting January 8th at the earliest date to start resuming quarantine free travel with China. South Korean president Yun suk yo says that his government wants the U.S. to take on a greater role in managing nuclear weapons on the Peninsula. Bloomberg saw metro says Yun has always been hard line, but he has always been having that stern approach against North Korea. And he has went further to ask the U.S. to have a bigger role in managing the nuclear assets on the Korean Peninsula. Meanwhile, the U.S. saw the president, Joe Biden returning to The White House, told reporters he is not discussing joint nuclear exercises with South Korea at the time. Now, South Korea has come out with another message saying that the problem was the way the question was asked of Biden, so it's all about words, and The White House is preparing a clarification. So we'll wait for that. Japan says over the weekend it scrambled jet fighters and dispatched aircraft and warships to keep tabs on China's fleet of carrier and 5 warships that has conducted naval maneuvers and slight operations in the Pacific. And hundreds of thousands of Northern California businesses and homeowners are rushing to clean up the messages and damage from the weekend's atmospheric river storm, sylvan mishima bracket, who was the owner of retiro restaurant in San Francisco, says people in the neighborhood there were forced to swim literally swim as the water came into his restaurant. And at a certain point it was clear that
Bloomberg Radio New York
"suk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"We begin in South Korea where president Yun suk Yoel says his government wants the U.S. to take on a greater role in managing nuclear weapons on the North Korea or the Korean Peninsula at Baxter with more from the Bloomberg news for Mehdi. Yeah, this is a major ask, and it has not been received very well in the United States. I'll explain. You and says, well, the U.S. stance is positive. He says, the U.S. should take a larger role in joint planning Intel sharing and training. Bloomberg's Sean michal. And he has said that the wild nuclear arsenals could belong to the U.S., the planning, Intel sharing, and exercise has to be done together. Yeah, you and says nuclear umbrella are extended deterrence is no longer reassuring for the public now that North Korea is developing nuclear weapons. Meanwhile, as I said, that not a great audience president Joe Biden returning to The White House today told reporters he's not discussing joint nuclear exercises with South Korea at this time. Ukraine has struck back at a Russian military facility in the occupied eastern town, Kelly 63 Russian troops there. Russia acknowledging one of the deadliest losses of the war in a new year's address, president Vladimir zelensky warned Russia may launch more attacks over the orthodox Christmas holiday on Ukraine. He says in the latest attack, all 39 Iran made shahad drones were intercepted about caves mayor of itali klissow says Russia is still out to destroy the country's infrastructure. The Russians want to bring depression, especially right now, Christmas time, new year. Then the Russians want to bring us to black time without lighting to without heating. Zelensky says that the Russians are afraid because they're losing drones and missiles and nothing else can help them. Well, the business is today and many locations in Northern California here clean up from the weekend's atmospheric river and prepare for another. San Francisco on Christmas Eve suffered its second wettest day in history. Abed's business was underwater in a very short period of time. Within 15 minutes of garage door busted cracked and the largest are pouring in. And this place was full and a half an hour of this fall. Meteorologists are projecting another atmospheric river pattern coming in the middle of the week. Nurses in New York City are threatening to strike 8 hospitals January 9th. This comes at a time where respiratory infections everywhere are trending up, of course, Nancy Higgins, as president of New York State nurses association, she says about 12,000 nurses could walk off the job next week of the 8 unions. They have a tenant agreement with one. In San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter, and this is Bloomberg. Doug, Eddie, thank you at the top of the hour trading will get underway in Taiwan and we are now getting the manufacturing PMI for Taiwan from S&P Global, a reading in the month of December of 44
Bloomberg Radio New York
"suk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Millions of homeowners evergrande did not respond immediately for a request for comment on missing its self imposed deadline. Time for an update on global news where it's 6 minutes past the ara and we begin in China where president Xi Jinping is warning of a tough fight against COVID and interestingly he's now acknowledging some internal divisions within China. At Baxter with more from the Bloomberg newsroom in San Francisco Eddie. Yeah, exactly right, Doug, president Xi alluded publicly for the first time about the spontaneous protests that came from most COVID zero policies, but first, well, he claimed victory. With extraordinary efforts, China has prevailed over unprecedented difficulties and challenges, and it has not been an easy journey for anyone. We have now entered a new phase of COVID response where tough challenges remain. He said tough challenges remain in China's fight and he says that the nation's strategy now has been optimized to protect people's lives and minimize economic costs. She says a country has put people first and put life first all along and now has prevailed. South Korean president Yun suk Yoel says his government wants the U.S. to take on a greater role in managing nuclear weapons on the Peninsula. Bloomberg says Eun is always been hard line. Ultimately, the president saying, that's John. This is shock. He has always been having that stern approach against North Korea. And he has went further to ask the U.S. to have a bigger role in managing the nuclear assets on the Korean Peninsula. Yeah, president Joe Biden returning to The White House today told reporters he is not discussing joint nuclear exercises with South Korea at this time. Japan says over the weekend it's scrambled jet fighters and dispatch aircraft and warships to keep tabs on China's fleet of a carrier and 5 warm sheep worships that conduct a naval maneuvers and flight operations in the Pacific and also reports that the test flights by the detective flights by Chinese WZ 7s flying in the area twice, it says those are drones that says the first time it has spotted high altitude drone in the area. Hundreds of thousands of Northern California businesses and homeowners rushing to clean up the message and the damage from weekend atmospheric river storm, sylvan, mishim of bracket, who is the owner of retire restaurant in San Francisco, says people in the neighborhood were forced to swim out of the restaurant because the water came in so very quickly. And at a certain point it was clear that there was nothing to do, so we decided to evacuate. So I had people line up and then jump into chest deep water to wait out to get to the street. Yeah, there another on the way in the middle of the week. And Kathy hochul took the oath of office for a full term over the weekend, the first woman to be elected governor of the state of New York. This day belongs to little girls. And to young women, who will grow up knowing that from this day forward, there are no barriers they can't overcome. Hochul says there are fights remaining for women all the way from the Supreme Court down, and Katie Hobbs has taken the gubernatorial oath of office in Arizona, the first Democrat to hold the office since 2009. In San Francisco, Ahmed Baxter, this is Bloomberg, Doug. All right, Eddie, thank you. Let's get to our guest and Barry is with us and his founder also managing partner at thread needle, joining us from here in New York and it's always a pleasure. Happy new year. Thanks for being with us. I think we can agree that one of the key themes last year was soaring inflation and aggressive tightening of financial conditions. I'm wondering from your point of view, does the narrative change, I know we have to begin talking about recession, but are we in it at kind of an abrupt turning point or are we going to see pretty much a continuation of let's say the last quarter? Continuation of the last quarter Doug feels like it's the most likely to be on the cards, which is the fed continuing to raise rates because inflation just isn't down where we want it to be quite yet. And so until we see the data coming in through January and February, that is when I think we'll have more clarity on whether we're turning the corner here on inflation data and the fed's response to it. And in your view, how do base effects play into all this? Richard, when you say the basic facts, you mean I'm talking about last year's numbers, of course, when inflation started off in a meaningful way compared to what it is in relationship to this year. Yeah, well, I think the fact that we're starting at a point that has got prices much higher that we were means that we would hope to see the rate of inflation come down. But I think we should have the problem that we have at the moment is so much has happened over the last 6 months that was in anticipated. And which the reactions are not yet clear as to what they're going to be. So whether it's the rate at which interest rates came up, what the real impact is that on the consumer, we still don't know yet. So if our consumer default rates, for example, haven't cracked levels that would be onerous, but we still don't know. We know that savings have been depleted, but you look at inflation, we know that some elements of the U.S. economy are still really suffering from outsized increases specifically in industries that are very laboral wage intensive. So while we've seen a slowdown as some of the core issues over the last month or two, we still don't really know yet how they're going to percolate through the U.S. economy and whether it's going to be Q one or Q two or Q three before we see some stabilization. One of the stories that we've been tracking quite closely is the COVID story in China. And the disruption not only to the population there, but also the second order impact, which is supply chain problem. And the third order, I guess, effect that you could make a case for is reorganization of global supply chains and reassuring of many industries in the manufacturing economy. Is that going to be a theme that becomes more aggressive, let's say, in 2023. The theme of chaos, Doug, I think, is going to stick with us for a little bit before longer term effects. And the reason I say that is if you look at what the global response has been to China reopening. On the one hand, it's been sort of euphoria that finally there could be an unleashing of recovery and demand in China and perhaps supply chain issues being resolved. On the other hand, you're seeing whether it's the U.S. or whether it's Australia or whether it's Europe slapping testing back on Chinese tourists and Chinese travelers coming into these nations which suggests that the west has not yet convinced that the possibility of new variants emerging is under control. So I think that's why it's going to be a bumpy ride for the moment. I do think Doug you've hit on something much longer term, which is this idea of reassuring or
AP News Radio
US, South Korea warn Pyongyang against nuclear weapons use
"The U.S. and South Korea are jointly warning North Korea that use of any kind of nuclear weapon against Seoul or other regional allies will result in the end of Kim Jong-un's regime I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Our commitment to and defending the ROK is our client We strongly condemn the DPRK's irresponsible and reckless activities As we said before these kinds of activities are destabilizing to the region Defense secretary Lloyd Austin met with his South Korean counterpart at The Pentagon after North Korea launched more than two dozen missiles in response to the U.S. South Korean military exercises The purpose of those exercises says Austin to strengthen our combined readiness and our ability to fight tonight if necessary Through a translator South Korean defense minister Lee Jong-suk says the U.S. and South Korea are united and resolute in their stance toward North Korea Any nuclear attack by the DPRK including the use of tactical nuclear weapons is unacceptable and result in the end of Kim Jong-un regime by the overwhelming and decisive response of the alliance This is a strong warning against the DPRK But Lee also says the allies would like to see tension with North Korea ease Along with the efforts of the alliance to deter and respond to DPRK nuclear threats secretary Austin and I pledge to encourage DPRK to choose the nuclearization and the path for a brighter future We also pledge to continue our cooperation to achieve a complete denuclearization of North Korea Pentagon acknowledges the large scale of the U.S. South Korean exercises dumped vigilant storm It involves more than 1600 U.S. and South Korean flights involving some 240 war planes You've also seen us and Austin notes move a carrier into port there recently and I think that's a pretty strong signal as well Ben Thomas Washington
Bloomberg Radio New York
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"Been elected president of Brazil going back to lead the government, the question now is whether incumbent jair Bolsonaro will accept the razor thin vote. South Korean president Yun suk yo has declared a period of national mourning in the wake of the Halloween disaster over the weekend, at least 153 people dead in the crush. U.S. House speaker Nancy Pelosi says her husband Paul is making progress in the hospital after surgery for a fractured skull when a man attacked him and their San Francisco home. FBI has issued a warning about the possibility of a lone wolf type incident like this on politicians and election officials in the next two weeks. Residents of Macau are in the process of taking mandatory rapid COVID tests. It says three new cases have been detected and Russia suspended the agreement to export grain out of Ukraine. It is paused any movement of ships out of the area. In San Francisco, I'm at Baxter. This is Bloomberg. All right, Paul. All right, thanks very much. I guess this half hour is Katrina L senior economist at moody's analytics and Katrina here with me in Sydney and of course the big macro event in Australia this week. The RBA, making its decision tomorrow, it did surprise us last month with that 25 basis point increase smaller than a lot of people were expecting. Are we going to get the same again? Is this the path ahead now? Yeah, our expectation is that we will see another 25 basis point hike from the reserve bank of Australia this week. They have really slowed down the pace of hiking. I mean, at the end of the day, they've already delivered a cumulative 250 basis points worth of hikes, which is a huge amount and I think what they're doing now is slowing it down and seeing how consumers and businesses and the broader economy starts to digest those earlier rate hikes because it's a huge amount. And so it will take time for the full effect to materialize. I mean, the labor market is still incredibly tight. It's not just a supply side inflation story in Australia, domestic demand is hot and they're waiting for that to cool and so they will continue to hike at that slower pace until they see that that slower domestic demand filter through. We are expecting inflation in Australia to peak not until the end of the year and just below 8%, so we're not through it yet, so why are these smaller increases as the RBI to risk here of making another era? I mean earlier they said they wouldn't hike until 2024, yet here we are. I mean, that's a good question. And I think it really does come back to the fact that monetary policy does take time to fully materialize in the economy. I mean, we've already seen that the housing market has probably been the most responsive sector to the hiking and now it will take time for those other areas to slow
AP News Radio
Eurovision Song Contest winners, Ukraine's Kalush Orchestra, teamed up with Finnish rock band The Rasmus for their new single, "In The Shadows of Ukraine."
"Eurovision Song Contest winner Ukraine's kalush orchestra teamed up with Finnish rock band the Rasmus for their new single in the shadows of Ukraine In the shadows was a hit for the Rasmus in 2011 and has been updated with lyrics and music from olay suks kalush orchestra He says it combines several genres hip hop rock and Ukrainian folk the group is now touring in the U.S. but suk says their thoughts are back at home He says now is really not an easy time for our country Missiles hit different cities every day and you never know where the next one will hit But we still believe that victory will be ours We believe in the armed forces and in our dear Ukraine glory to Ukraine the collaboration between the two groups began when they met during the Eurovision Song Contest in March I'm Ed Donahue
WABE 90.1 FM
"suk" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Thanks so much, Judy. I know there'll be more to talk about the Supreme Court as the as the fall evolves. Thanks so much. Thank you. Jeannie suk gerson is a professor at Harvard Law School. And you can read her work for us at New Yorker dot com. The impact of the Supreme Court's dobs decision is shaking the balance of power in the United States. This summer, when Kansas voters rallied behind reproductive choice in a referendum, they sent a resounding signal of political defiance. Our writer Peter slevin, after covering the Kansas referendum, shifted his reporting to the state of Michigan, where there's an initiative on the ballot that would put the right to abortion in the state constitution. And that's shaping this November's race for governor and control of the U.S. Congress. Here's Peter slevin. As I was trying to decide where to go in Michigan to focus on the battle over reproductive rights, the third district in western Michigan centered in Grand Rapids really caught my eye. It's a district that has long been held by Republicans. This year, Hilary skeleton, a Democrat who lost a race for Congress two years ago, to a Republican, got back into the race. One thing has changed since last two years ago, an independent election commission has redistricted in recent years, voters have elected conservative Republicans. This year has given a real shot. Hello, everyone. Thanks so much for coming out on this Thursday afternoon. On one warm September afternoon, skeletons advanced teams set up shop outside of a brew pub and the backyard. She took the microphone and talked about what was at stake. I'm running because choice is on the ballot, regardless of what happens with this ballot initiative. It doesn't stop here, right? Extremists in Congress have already shown that they want to take away access to contraceptives. It was a weekday afternoon, and several dozen people showed up both to listen and to move on out as her organizing force. For years, we have been held hostage by Republican gerrymandering. But the good people of Michigan have been fighting back. And thanks to our incredible efforts by voters not politicians, we have a once in a generation election, this cycle. And the opportunity of a lifetime to elect majorities up and down the ballot. And when it comes to Michigan's third congressional, to send the first democratic woman in west Michigan history to Congress, I'm ready. Skeleton is running against a man named John Gibbs, a Republican who moved into the district to compete in this race. I reached out to the Gibbs campaign, hoping that he might talk with me. He declined, as did the Michigan Republican Party. He was strongly backed by former president Donald Trump. And this is what he tweeted on the morning of the Dobbs decision. God wins
Bloomberg Radio New York
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"And the Chinese government had set a date for the start of the Communist Party's Congress got more on that story and others from the Bloomberg newsroom. Doug. Hey Paul, this date is October 16th. Mark your calendar, this event will bring president Xi Jinping a step closer to a third term in power. Here's Bloomberg Stephen engel. It's a highly secretive affair with the biggest secret, not a secret at all. And that is going to be Xi Jinping, securing that third term. The biggest question is, who will be the men who will be placed underneath him? Now the party is also saying it will conduct an in depth analysis of the international and domestic situation, and it will review the past 5 years and push forward with the goal of common prosperity. Taiwan soldiers fired shots to ward off civilian drones. These drones were flying near offshore islands controlled by Taipei near the Chinese coastline, Taiwan's government did not identify the drones as having come from China, although it said the drones retreated in the direction of the Chinese city of xi'an men. The drone flights follow news yesterday on the Biden administration preparing to sell $1.1 billion in missiles and radar technology to support Taiwan. It would be the largest such transfer in nearly two years. Arizona governor Doug ducey arrived on in Taiwan on Tuesday, his focus, wooing suppliers for a new chip plant being built in his state for Taiwan semi duces office he will then travel to soul later this week for a meeting with South Korean president Yun suk yo, as well as business leaders in South Korea, now in the states, President Biden today touted gun safety and policing measures in eastern Pennsylvania, and he assailed Republicans for joining in the rhetorical attacks on the FBI. But now it's sickening to see the new attacks and the FBI threatening life was law enforcement agents and their families for simply carrying out the law and doing their job. Now since the FBI search of Donald Trump's Florida residents, his most Ardent supporters in Congress have levied sharp criticism of the FBI or even called for its funding to be cut. Meantime, Donald Trump is bringing on a former Florida solicitor general to lead his legal defense over the probe into those sensitive documents stored at Mar-a-Lago. The hiring of Chris kies comes as Trump is seeking a third party review of the material seized. Mikhail Gorbachev has died, the as the leader of the Soviet Union, Gorbachev shook up his country's political and economic system, it led to the collapse of the communist superpower and the end of the Cold War, the state run news agency tass, cited Moscow's central clinical hospital saying his death followed a severe and prolonged illness, Mikhail Gorbachev was 91. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, I'm the prisoner in New York. Brian. All right, thanks very much Doug. 22 minutes before the top of the hour it's time for sports. With Dan schwarzman Dan Chelsea suffering a pretty shocking loss against Southampton. Yeah
Daily Tech Headlines
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"App payment or external payment link and we'll be able to show an external payment price. Netflix announced several new game titles that are tied to its TV shows. The Queen's Gambit chess game is, you guessed it, a chess game coming sometime later this year. Shadow and bone destinies is a single player RPG set in the world of the show. Too hot to handle, designed to mimic the reality show where singles are on an island competing for shockingly very little money is coming, and la Casa de papel is a heist game. There's also several other games not directly tied to Netflix franchises. Protocol sources say ByteDance plans to invest tons of money to develop and license VR related content. The company acquired the Chinese VR headset maker pico last year and currently has over 40 job listings for the subsidiary suggesting an increased focus on hardware and expansion into the U.S.. Spotify intends to acquire the startup semantic AI voice company able to create realistic simulated human voices from text. Semantic tech has been used in gaming and entertainment applications recently used to simulate Val Kilmer's voice in Top Gun: Maverick. Spotify said it may use the tech to bring audio based prompts to users who are not looking at screens like while they're driving. Intel announced that it's upcoming Intel four process node will offer 21.5% higher frequencies or use 40% less power at the same frequencies than its previous gen Intel 7 node. Intel's meteor Lake chips will be the first to market made of the new node in 2023. AT&T announced it achieved symmetrical speeds of 20 gigabits per second on its production fiber network, claiming it's the first ISP to hit that milestone. There's no schedule to offer the speeds for commercial customers yet, but it said the tech backing the advancements may be ready as early as the next 6 to 12 months. Trackers in South Korea increased a strike action Friday, which could reduce delivery of materials needed for semiconductor manufacturing. Container traffic at the port of Busan was down by one third, fell to 20% of normal at Incheon and has been suspended since Tuesday in ilsa. It also has cut Hyundai's factory production by half and affected the steel maker posco. The truckers are protesting the effect of rising fuel costs. President Yun suk ewell is taking a neutral stance, which means an agreement may take longer. According to a new study by the ad buying giant group M and the ad measurement firm I spot TV, 17% of ads shown on TVs through an HDMI.
AP News Radio
Biden begins visits to South Korea, Japan
"President Biden signed an aid bill for Ukraine and put the emphasis on security and economic development as he visits South Korea After a meeting in Seoul Biden and South Korea's new president Yun suk ew said they will consider expanding joint military exercises and affirm their shared goal as the complete denuclearization of North Korea Standing up to our shared for our shared democratic values and defending a rule based international order against threats and stability After visiting a massive Samsung semiconductor plan on Friday the president laid a wreath at Seoul national cemetery then had a two hour meeting and joint press conference with yoon followed by a banquet at the national museum of Korea And as our combined forces say
TED Radio Hour
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"Teeny i feel. I would not be doing my journalistic duty. If i didn't point out that not only are you a family law expert but that you are also divorced. I am divorced and i got divorce Less than ten years ago and then i got remarried in in mytalk. One of the lines. That i quote is something that someone once told me. Which is you should always your second husband. I and the important thing that i draw is not that you can only meet the man of your dreams or the woman of your dreams the second time but rather that the mindfulness about what a marriages the sacrifices that are exchanged all of those principles become more more easy to think about once one has been through a divorce and i would really like to have people not have to go through a divorce to learn those things jeannie. Suk gerson is a mediator and family law professor at harvard. You can watch her. Full talk at ted dot com and as far as james and joanne. They're.
HORSES IN THE MORNING
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"Everything to doesn't matter what it is if it's new it's bad and by starting out with hello. How can it doesn't get better than easier than shoving food into a dog's mouth. Their pre wired to enjoy food right. So you started out with something. The dog is pre wired to enjoy a fact. Suk you create one thing in their life. That's good and new. So you take a teeny tiny baby step by walking out the front door and shoving food in. Oh walking out. The door is good because something good happens. And i think we often with horses make that again. Make that mental assumption. That something new. This has got to be good this new thing right here. We're walking into a new pasture. That's gotta be good. That's gotta be wonderful. It's beautiful big well to that worse. Might not be good. Yes exactly Yeah in the scientific term for you know the the reward that you don't have to train them to one is called a primary reinforcer evader. Brain is an in works so well with horses too. I know feeding your horse treats often has a negative connotation in the horse world and in many times that's rightly so because a lot of times we just heynen food whenever and we. Don't you know we. We treat in spite of the fact that they're reaching into our pocket nipping at her shirt sleeve to get the tree which can of course reinforce unwanted behaviors and then so feeding the treats often has a very negative. Like you know you're going to spoil your horse. You're make them a pig. It's like you. I look at that and think pan out horse really wants that food. He's willing to knock me over and and like rifle my dead body to get food out of my pocket. I can use that motivation to drain. Good things now. A primary reinforced are like. I'm glad that you brought that up. A primary reinforcer for a horse who desires safety can being in the company of a familiar pasture mate..
Rob Has a Podcast
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"suk" Discussed on Hard Factor
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Tha Boxing Voice
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Books and Boba
A Chat With Sarah Suk, Author of Made in Korea
"We're here. Sarah suk the author of made in korea. I'm so excited to have her on. Ever since i heard about her book deal back in two thousand nineteen. I've just had made in. Korea put on my good reads list so i'm so excited to have her on the show tyra for taking the time to speak with us today. Thank you so much for having me very excited to be here you. I'm super excited. This is our second asian canadian in their role as a kind of asian canadian myself. I am very excited for the asian canadian presentation on this podcast. What do you mean. Kind of asian. So i i am cleanest. Now's born in toronto. Blue states when i was one so culturally i am american whereas doha makdissi nationality and passport. So i still claim canada. Although rewrote says that's not allowed. I mean if the passport says it you know. I had a korean passport until i was twenty one. I understand but i just like to tease marvin about it. Everyone who tell the story to well. You know what. I accept accept. You're welcome in canada whenever you cross the border. Whenever you're able to got validation from national okay so made in korea is your debut novel right yes yes my debut first ever novel so how did how did that happen where you were. You always a writer and what was your road to publication like. I think i read that you studied creative writing in college. That ring yet la a little bit. I actually got rejected from the creative writing major in school so i did not major in creative writing. I majored in english literature. And then i minored in creative writing instead. The miners just kind of like open to all
Bloomberg Radio New York
"suk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"People with big bags of groceries in the morning. Obviously, you know Repairing with their purchases for the possibility that we would be locked down in a way That means that we can't easily get groceries. She said. She'd like to get out when if it becomes possible. Meanwhile, on Sun Suk Ki has urged the country's 55 million people to oppose the military's move, calling it an attempt to bring the nation back into military dictatorship. Heavy snow dump is working its way through the U. S. Northeast Governors all say, stay home, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio says. Safety first for everybody Stay off the streets. Keep saying it! Give everyone a sanitation department. The ability to their job by staying out our way. Now. The order extends into tomorrow morning vaccinations. Appointment's been canceled through tomorrow. Speaking of the vaccine, US hits a milestone in pandemic with more getting there first or second dose than positive test cases. Overall, covert deaths have begun to decline in every A cases have begun to decline in every section of the U. S. But Deaths remain at record levels. Dr. Anthony Fauci is out today, saying second doses have to be administered. If a person is ready for their second dose, that person will be prioritized. If a person has not gotten their first dose, But you've taken care of all of the second dose people. Then you go ahead with the first dose and modernist president, Dr Stephen holds agrees, saying no solid research on one dose efficacy. As for the various approaching, Madonna is going to be to develop a booster vaccine so that if the South African variant or any other very it becomes a concern will be able to offer Way to identify that prevented from hiding from the vaccine, And he says, vaccine supply will really ramp up in the next few weeks. And San Francisco I'm Ed Baxter, This is Bloomberg. Jules. Thanks so much, and let's get now to against Kerry Craig, Global Market strategist at J. P. Morgan Asset Management, joining us from Millburn. Carrie, What struck me out of all of the news that Ed was covering there is is something that I guess we've been looking for for a while here, and that is when you start to see the number of people vaccinated surpassed the number of people infected with that in mind and the rally that we saw on Wall Street overnight. Is it a case off the fact that there is more optimism out here? At the moment, then there is pessimism. I think the optimism was just delayed or disrupted by what we saw in terms of, you know, teaching him into a few stocks and that they were being heavily shorted in it. If you look at the fundamentals, things of pretty much improving. Oh, the end of last year, and that momentum continued into into this year, so I think it is really just a case of again focusing on the fundamentals in terms of defending that look, the economic outlook some of the concerns around delayed vaccinations and Designed for all that those vaccinations saving alleviated a little bit today. I think there's risks of still present on so we should be cautious around coming to over balance throughout waiters in one particular regional sector at the moment, but It is again a case of markets just pay more attention to the fundamental economic and corporate improvements. It's gonna play out over the course of this year you touched on dead, their retail. Frenzied were likes of what we've seen in Gamestop and, of course, flowing through into silver as well. One of our macro strategists were saying, We really need to be paying quite a lot of attention to this because market turmoil could be a major market driver in itself. How much further do you see this resurgence? I guess of the retail trader taking on the big guys. Whatever you can discount the fact that this new way of thinking about the markets will continue over time that the retail investors will have more influence the overseas. They have greater access to markets through, you know, frantic and his new ways off investing. It's really many of stocks. You gotta wonder around what they're doing until this commodity is a very different beast when it comes to investment. I think when it comes to the persistence of these episodes, I think they'll be quite short lived, and then we've already seen the price movements of those stocks changed quite a lot, but prices silver of change quite a lot. And so there is a very much a risk, I think is thinking about the camping out of the bag. When it comes to some of these and again, the traders were thinking about longer term investors. I think the fundamental case for longer term misters Really hasn't changed in terms of what we've been seeing, but it just means we may have more volatility in the markets and we really need to think about how you hid yourself begins there. Volatility and environment We bond yields are so low Right, Carrie. When we pick up, we'll talk about some of those thoughts as to how you hedge I know that your top conviction calls include US small cap and also European equities, along with a U. S high yield when you're looking at fixed income carry Craig is global market strategist at J. P. Morgan Asset Management on the line for us for a Melbourne here on Bloomberg. Daybreak Asia We are seeing the A 6 200 up by 1.1% in Sydney. The Nikkei 2 to 5 is up half of 1% in Tokyo. And South Korea's cost me up 1.7%. We had that raid on C P I in South Korea with a year on year gain of 0.6 of 1% over the month of January above estimates dead prisoner will told us through more market action. Shortly and will come back to carry Craig in a moment. Stay with us. This is Bloomberg..
THE NEWS with Anthony Davis
Myanmar military seizes power detaining Suu Kyi.
"February one. I'm anthony davis myanmar's military seized power today in a coup against the democratically elected government of nobel laureate aung san suu kyi who was detained along with other leaders of her national league for democracy party in early morning raids said it had carried out detentions in response to election fraud handing power to military chief. Ming on hang and imposing a state of emergency for one year according to a statement on a military owned television station phone lines to the capital and the main commercial centre of yonggang not reachable and state. Tv went off air hours before parliament had been due to sit for the first time since the nld's landslide election win in november. The you'd is a referendum on suk's fledgling democratic government soldiers took up positions city hall in yonggang and mobile internet data and phone services in the nl strongholds would disrupted resident said internet. Connectivity has also fallen dramatically monitoring service net blocks said the detentions came off two days of escalating tension between the civilian government and the military that stirred fears of a coup in the aftermath of the election in america. The white house said president. Joe biden had been briefed on the arrest of sukey. The united states opposes any attempt to alter the outcome of recent
"suk" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Reata Suk See Kun Wolf, her history and that of her people into massive quilts and among embroidery style called panned out. She has huge pieces like the size of a huge wall, right that literally tell the story of among migration, you know, from China and from Laos and Unto the refugee camps in Thailand during the Vietnam War, and then you see them you literally like you see them boarding the planes to the U. S. And coming to Philadelphia that is Naomi Sturm Fi Jase Inga. She is executive director of the Philadelphia focal or Project. That's a nonprofit that supported pongs work. Pong died from Cove in 19 in December. She was 76. But her legacy lives on through her craft and the story she told in the late seventies, Peng's family was among thousands of among people who immigrated to the US many of them fleeing war and oppression in East Asia. I remember the very day it was much 15 1979 hasn't relented and fed off the airport. That is, Chaka warned Syria to Suk, one of Pong six sons, originally from Laos. Hung and her family first moved to a refugee camp in Thailand and then to the US first time we ever see was no, That was that was the very first thing that that received well is a lot of snow. The family squeezed into a two bedroom apartment and Pong and her then husband learned English at a Philadelphia community college while she studied, she wolf intricate, panned out quotes using the method she learned from her mother. Soon her teachers took notice suggested she starts selling them. And so she began her annual holiday sale. Pong held it at her home. It was the stuff of legend. It was this amazing thing. Her husband, her sons are like award winning chefs. And so they would cook all this amazing among and Thai food and people would come and shop and eat and it was like it was totally her thing again. I owe Mr Murphy Jason Gah. She first met Pong at one of these sales. She loaded up on gifts for friends and family. And Paul also made a personal connection gifting her a small embroidered turtle turtles being an animal Central tamaang folklore. Kong son Jack. A war in Syria to Suk remembers that attending these events was as much about interacting with Pong, a beacon of among history and spirit as it was about walking away with a new piece. One of the things that that she always wear a suit preserved is our traditional culture. She always teach us. You know, it doesn't matter. You know where you go who you become, but always remember your traditional your culture. Her work was exhibited locally. She received numerous awards, including a Pew fellowship in 1996 and Pong was especially good at linking Monk elders with younger generations, sharing traditions and values. All this on top of being a mother to six. She always said, you know, And I scream and yell at you every day. Every time I'm telling you that I love you punk show Syria to Suk See Kun died in December from covert 19. And you're listening to all things considered from NPR News coming up. We're gonna hear from Evan Osnos of The New Yorker who wrote President Elect Joe Biden's biography about the arc of Biden's political career from youngest senator two oldest president That's coming up first, though, Let's check traffic.
"suk" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"It was a tank. Instead of the Iron Cross he saw painted on its side, a five pointed white star. He ran to the tank. Hatch opened. African American G. I looked down at He got down on his knees and said the only three words that he knew in the in English that his mother taught him before the war. God bless America. That's what America represents to the world, said Blinken. Robert Malley, who heads the International Crisis Group was a friend and schoolmate of Lincoln's during the 19 seventies, when they both attended the echo Johnny in manual in Paris. He says that time helped prepare Blinken for his diplomatic career. Growing up as an American in Paris at a time. When for a number of French citizens, the U. S. Was not viewed as a as a force for good. It was in the wake of the Vietnam War the US viewed as overly arrogant and trying to impose its way, and he had to confront a universe in which what the U. S projected or thought of projected was not always what the recipients of that message perceived. After four years of Trump Europeans are once again wary of America. Malley thanks blinking is the right person to restore Europe's faith in its transatlantic ally, Eleanor Beardsley. NPR NEWS PARIS Mm hmm. Hung show Syria to Suk See Kun Wolf, her history and that of her people into massive quilts and among embroidery style called panned out. She has huge pieces like the size of a huge wall, right that literally tell the story of among migration. Um, you know, from China and from Laos and Into the refugee camps in Thailand during the Vietnam War, and then you see them you literally like you see them boarding the planes to the U. S. And coming to Philadelphia that is Naomi Sturm Fi. Jase Inga. She is executive director of the Philadelphia Folklore Project. That's a nonprofit that supported pongs work. Pong died from Cove in 19 in December. She was 76. But her legacy lives on through her craft and the story she told in the late seventies, Peng's family was among thousands of among people who immigrated to the US many of them fleeing war and oppression in East Asia. I remember the very day it was much 15 1979 hasn't relented and fed off the airport. That is, Chaka warned Syria to Suk, one of Peng, six sons, originally from Laos. Hung and her family first moved to a refugee camp in Thailand and then to the US first time we ever see was no, That was that was the very first thing that received well, there's a lot of snow, the family squeezed into a two bedroom apartment and Pong and her then husband learned English at a Philadelphia community college while she studied, she wolf intricate, panned out quotes using the method she learned from her mother. Soon her teachers took notice suggested she starts selling them. And so she began her annual holiday sale. Tongue held it at her home. It was the stuff of legend. It was this amazing thing. Her husband, her sons are like award winning chefs. And so they would cook all this amazing among and Thai food and people would come and shop and eat and it was like it was totally her thing again. I owe Mr Murphy Jason Gah. She first met Pong at one of these sales. She loaded up on gifts for friends and family. And Paul also made a personal connection gifting her a small embroidered turtle turtles being an animal Central tamaang folklore. Long son, Chaka warned Syria to Suk remembers that attending these events was as much about interacting with Pong a beacon of among history and spirit, as it was about walking away with a new piece, one of the things that that she always went. Our soup reserve is our traditional culture. She always teach us. You know, it doesn't matter. You know where you go who you become, but always remember your traditional your culture. Her work was exhibited locally. She received numerous awards, including a Pew fellowship in 1996 and Pong was especially good at linking Monk elders with younger generations, sharing traditions and values. All this on top of being a mother to six. She always said, you know, And I scream and yell at you every day. Every time I'm telling you that I love you punk show Syria to Suk.
KNBR The Sports Leader
"suk" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"So they really resident and they had a lot of stars, maybe again. It's not like it is now. But when I was there, I mean we're talking about, you know, possible doubt, Suk and Steve, I Zerman and Chris Chelios. And I mean, you know, I mean that that crew they had they were star studded. You know, like every line, you know, Pop of that ship is one of my favorites. Oh, yeah. His hand eye coordination is Justin could his ability to handle the puck? It may be. It may be the best. I mean, you know, he wasn't a fast skater, but he just his hand. I Was just incredible, and when the sharks were raging You know, long before long after Jamie Baker's infamous goal, you know, there were times when they had big. Remember going all those games with my son watching Pavel Datsyuk. So the red way I'm going back to, you know. Gordie Howe and Ted Lindsay back to them. I mean that Z. That was the original six. So that's a huge hockey town, so Oh, yeah, but I mean, you know that that's what I mean is they were just so star studded in those days and so good. In fact, my first day on the air, there was an NHL trade deadline and they were like this guy doesn't know anything and like, Yeah, you're right anyway, You have to talk about it all day. Let's flip it back to the Giants and talks of baseball pop in London can be our AM and FM San Francisco, these sports leader. Circus. Sally comes over from the Reds, and he is one of your newest giants, and he joins us courtesy of the room, I guess line, Kurt. First of all, everybody is talking. You were born in Walnut Creek. But you went to high school in Connecticut. You went to Vanderbilt, which is a great baseball program. Tell us Tell us your background. How long did you stay in the berry? Because there was a sea coming home, and I'm like, Well, he is, but maybe he's not. So what's story? Yeah, it's first of all. Thanks for having me on are appreciated. But it Z kind of funny. I s I was I was born and born a creek. Believe we lived there for like, you know, two years ago, I was an infant, so I don't really remember a whole lot about it. But, um, you know, I loved Atlanta Live in l A, you know, but I claim Connecticut just because that's where I kind of grew up, You know, fifth grade through through high school, but It's funny. Every time I go to Ah, visiting stadium, they don't play your hometown on the scoreboard. They put where you're born and It's just something that gets You know a lot of attention of time. You know, people tweeting me like, Oh, my God. I didn't hear from you No longer Creek, California I'm like, Well, kind of, but, yeah, So a bunch of my mike, you know, former teammates are you know are from California would always be like that. You're Callie guy anyways, I'm like, not really. But You know, I'll embrace multiple places. I don't I don't mind that very much. Yeah. What do your new teammates is? The great Brandon Crawford, who did grow up in the Bay Area went to Foothill High school that unpleasant scene in the East Bay and he goes on and on about what a great quarterback He was in high school. You were a tremendous quarterback in high school led your team to a state championship there. So I don't know if you talk to crawl about that, but the throwing mechanics of a catcher versus the throwing mechanics of throwing a football. How would you compare contrast that those two things Kurt I think they're very similar. I think you know a football. You're trying to have a short arm. You're also having deal with shoulder. God's, um and also honestly growing a foot back. I could throw a football day long. It just it just never married. Never got stories to do it and preparation for for baseball season, But I think the biggest thing is, um You know, catching way. Just throw a straight ball right. So, like, ideally, we just want to get a force team and we want if it's gonna have any tail we wanted to tell to the right. So it's on the proper side of second base. Um, doing that attack. So I think that the pro nation motion of the throwing Emotions definitely similar in those aspects. Causalities. Jonas comes over from the Reds. It's popping Lund here on the SportsCenter. So tell us what it's like negotiating a deal and all the uncertainty. That is a surrounding baseball. Financially right now. How did you come to this conclusion? Why the Giants and how difficult our things right now? Um, you know, I can only speak for myself. You know, I watched I watched the media and I, You know, I hear all your stories about it being, you know, Doorman, doorman industry and you know, but a slow market, but Um, you know, Fortunately for me, I didn't. I didn't have to wait too long. Um I think catching is always in high demand that feel like I, um can can offer a team, you know? Ah, lot. I'm a You know, I feel like I've got a lot of experience. I worked hard, but can you make it so You know, I think all those things you know, kind of roll up into, you know, a couple of teams being interested, but it was. It was kind of it was kind of a shock being non tender, but by the Reds, I get it now based on you know a number of factors, but It. Uh, it pointed me in that and the direction of San Francisco. You know, a lot of things were pulling me towards towards signing with the Giants. Um You obviously have a have a lot of a lot of people I know on on the team. Um you know I was born there. It's uh you know, it's such an amazing amazing city Great ballpark. Um, you know, in organization with so much history And you know the opportunity to be around being around great people was my number one factor when I when I started this whole thing, and you know, I made that clear Torto to Kappler and you know 400 Scott. They're all very open, open and honest with me and told me exactly You know where I would fit in and then in their interests, and that was kind of got the ball rolling. And I've got a lot of history with the hitting coach Tony Acker, which was also a huge, huge, Paul. Um, yet I feel like my My offensive stats are offensive ability began to take off in 2019 when I got to work with them. So, um, for me, it was a pretty positive experience. I don't know if that's what you guys were hoping I'd say that was like hard and you know, and, uh, you know, drawn out and things like that, But I really enjoyed the process and, you know, not not very often do you actually get to you know, be a major league creation and inside a majorly deal, so Very excited about that. Yeah, just watching some of your at bats from last year. I mean, he had six Jax and just 76 at bats, and you've got tremendous power. But that ballpark as we call it, the great American Small Park is known for that. I don't know how much Johnny told you about the way Oracle Park played this year. Obviously, you guys didn't play there this year, but you know, they put up a little screen out in the wall in the ball. The ball was carrying better. This year. Is that something that you looked into it all this year?.
Coronavirus Daily Briefing
Reusable N95 Face Mask is Easily Sterilized
"As, the corona virus surges in several parts of the US and around the world, the shortage of n ninety five masks for health care workers is likely to increase again to the extent that the need ever really went away Blah in good news, a team of researchers from MIT have invented a new reusable mask that could replace or at least help with the shortage of in ninety five's quoting CNBC. While in ninety five masks are made entirely from a special material that filters out. Out, airborne droplets and fluids that could contain the COVID nineteen virus. The new MIT mask is made from silicone with slots for just two small disposable disks of the in ninety five material, which service filters that means the masks themselves can be quickly and easily sterilized and reused, and though the small filters must be thrown out, each mass requires much less in ninety five material called I mask, which stands for injection, molded autoclaving scalable conformable. This design can help solve shortage, issues and quote. The eye mask can be sterilized in a number of ways including steam of heating a bleach slash alcohol Suk and are much more environmentally friendly since they use just a fraction of the non-reusable in ninety five filter compared to existing in ninety five masks in lab tests. The eye mask filtered out virus containing particles just as well as an in ninety
Large Sums of Money That Maybe Transfered in the Fashion World
"On the line this is news that developed over the weekend. Lvmh if it goes through it'll probably be the biggest purchase ever by Lvmh to meet a total of fourteen point four billion dollars the US companies to get it LVMH has risen forty-nine percent giving it a value `tatoes compared to LVMH with its two hundred fifteen billion dollars I can't even imagine that number the show the brand has been around for one hundred eighty two years and it's not sixty dollars a share in two thousand sixteen it's Ben up at around one hundred dollars for the past biggest place for revenue as a conglomerate the US's second and pals so adding tiffany would give Lvmh more has lvmh had any failures no girl they haven't they can't might be a good move for Tiffany I think it would be a great move for Tiffany I I don't know if the impact is going to be there at such a great level it really stabilizes and helps them grow even more they've been struggling for a number of reasons they can't I'm trying to cater towards a younger audience but they haven't found their stride yet and they when you're trying to catch up with your ideal demographic like that takes some time right so do it on your own and say you did it on your own or do you want like the big brother to come in and like and even like for an art arnall cases full of money for like three other people do it just suitcases full of money they should take the deal they should take the deal we'll see we'll update you potting soil with like some of the Peat Moss in it is that what you mean right Oh yeah absolutely signed forever twenty one and things are starting to come out as more paperwork it's coming John and Jin Suk Chang they have two daughters they emigrated ended up coming back and working for the company there's Linda she was the executive vice president and in annual sales and employed forty three thousand people globally they're like actual old people I don't know elderly I don't know their lives slur management style as a significant reason the entire business collapsed give them a reality check in their headquarters in Los Angeles that top and just to give you an encapsulation of what what the problem could have it's micromanaging not seeing the big picture also it turns they had a lot of power over styles that landed in stores the home and do advising because they knew early on more than they let on that something stuff into consideration and implement it so it was just like their way man come in and be directors who had no retail experience so what they were doing this is very theranos what they were doing was like only giving it sounds awful no one knew the totality of what was going on with the business department stores. I didn't know this took over a lot of space that used to belong to borders he says we're not set to expire until twenty twenty seven and twenty twenty eight understand local labor laws. This is the big like money news that we found out stores per month girl so that's why it collapsed that's what happened expressed this Mr Chang you need to delegate Sir that is a Mr Chang the other thing is that this report any retailer not as the Chang's but it does take a little same time right it's losing steam and is losing popularity outlasting from perfectly one or they've heard about it from a friend and sell it it's very it's not that simple and so it's not just as easy as forever. I don't like you said it's not just about this narrative of fast fashion kind of slowly really implemented it became their scope would have been different their stores would have business what the family says goes and if you are not the top nobody could not sign expense reports fast enough kinds of fast no one's a delegate it so important helps you succeed because you know my one really clunky basketball analogy they voted unanimously on Tuesday the day we are recording this podcast to three separate divisions of the ANC AA and so they've all been tasked with figuring going to be the board is going to vote on those proposed change rules athletes I have a lot of restrictions around what they can and cannot do around the world When it comes to college sports those players who play for those big have a lot of our school expenses paid for by scholarships but they are duties are to time you have schools that are selling merchandise that may have for a t-shirt you might be able to find a college athlete who was here and says that per NCWA rules so this could potentially open Aa like just like snap his fingers and Saddle we're GonNa Change this so that it would no longer be illegal for students to earn money from their appearances punishing their athletes if they get endorsement money in that will start in January twenty sourced NC double a. into letting all student athletes southern names their images and their were passed in early twenty twenty it would go into effect in twenty twenty one and which is his way of saying out trust y'all yeah but how much play that pro athlete? Scott I've been watching the world series and Ashby and what they do on the field it's a lot about personality in this physical and so many pro athletes even after their off the field college sports a lot more sustainable for the student athletes that you have time for it but like the fact that you can't make any income while you're right apply the decision. I mean at the very least I think you should own the rights to your own ms how if people decide to delay going professional so that's really interesting to me Oh delaying going pro is such has a lot of potential to be a good athlete right now like I think a lot in four years or three years and and who knows what's going to happen to my career then to go pro and see what items come out I wanna see that fashion for that Shit I will buy all the stuff from the Maryland basketball team endorsements for whatever other sports news I dig up and shove into this show you inject oh it is your favorite subject within the song girl Yeah Apor so many things just ran through my head in the first thing I thought of was alligator baby alligators Milano orders a lot from Sephora and the past year she spent over five thousand ah find a dollar bill and it's folded really really well and then there's a straw aw there wasn't I will continue of a Sephora worker in the package and originated issued an apology one hundred dollars an online credit and she and and that Sephora has zero tolerance policy around illegal inside that box I can think of is that now former wjr like them having their ide- and that stuff shipped out okay so that was my first thought was that somebody got fed up or drop weekly I think it is a possibility and is a little convenient act also like who drops cocaine that's why I don't buy questions about the the state of the coq sounds like Sephora emailed her back yes if you worked at Sephora not give me an apology that's one thing I actually wish I would have gotten but she was like it's okay comment but like a personal touch would be really nice in this situation but orange objects or just on your teeth to see to see swish wine and then spit it don't you don't spit after you rub the coke on your yeah I've seen on TV up until this point lies Somali Yep one last story Swatch isn't going to renew their license with Calvin Klein so their parent company is called Swatch group they decided not to make watches or jewelry under Kwan's they are going to renew the collaborations because of uncertainty they are ending this program so what I'm interested in the story is not then tell us you know maybe that the deal was just they've just yeah we talked about this probably about six months ago like a lot a lot of turmoil. I will keep that in mind that the end of our fashion news we've not do listener letters isn't podcast it is the best part of my Friday commute home all my husband works for trek of sustainability came up my husband was horrified when the shoe company said trainable manufacturing or business practices is real or just marketing for the business it is get out of pain K. Vim Bar v. e. m. as a man heard because I'd like to tell that story it's appalling act together because it's the right thing to do that's he is hat men if there was a certain company name attached to it we may have to have a discussion but hi. I'm a new listener just discovered you guys a few months ago and I've been obsessed do you have any advice for me I'd love to get your insight in any advice you could have for a Newbie in lead you can't size up the other person don't know who you're dealing with you don't have body language you don't aw but I think the best thing you can do is learn a little bit about the company research on the company if you know who's interviewing you do a quick Google search just to kind of he's tried to write down like one or two things that are important to me that I would like to convey dead one of the big things that I wanted to convey was that I was like a team believing your knowledge base you being you as like the best thing you can do because it'll make you fit for your career is good fit for your interests and your values so don't hello you're not getting out now we got you sorry best pop fashion or on instagram at pop fashion podcast the Nouveau Tart with a splash of salted caramel With cinnamon toast and I'm not even sorry those toppings are incredible I have two product recommendations but I is Laurie Al Paris and I've really enjoyed this product it's not like a silver bullet product meeting like today it was less than five dollars it is a great product for that price point me a little bit of body which I really enjoy so it was just a nice delight my second product really quick is maybelline's superstate ink even that's the name of the color this particular line the is ink crayons awfully you could talk a bunch you could do bubble gum it will stay on that's kind of what I've gathered but it's been quite enjoyable I audited on your age even now Carne is slightly older than I am but like like nothing Just a question tell us about your eyesight we WanNa know discounts and have a good week this week. 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BBC World Service
Liu Xia, wife of late Nobel Peace Prize winner, leaves China
"Hello i'm anemic with the bbc news the widow of the nobel peace prize winner joe xiaobo has been allowed to leave china after eight years in unofficial detention neo she is on her way to berlin following a campaign to secure horrendous steven mcdonnell reports according to her friends use shah has been allowed to leave china she had been under effective house arrest since her husband's won the twenty ten l peace prize but after you shall board died in chinese custody a year ago her health deteriorated she's now since we've boarded a flight and is due to arrive in berlin in the coming hours despite never being charged she was not allowed to leave for home and could only rarely receive guests human rights groups of long cold for her release health officials in thailand say the first group of boys rescued from a flooded cave have received visits in hospital from their families don't turn your sada choky dumrong suk said the boys will stay in hospital for a week for observation the man leading the rescue has said he hopes today's operation will be completed more speedily than on the first two days sophie long explains the divers entered the cave at ten oh eight this morning the final four footballers will be making that very perilous journey diving down deep narrow jagged passageways with guides and making their way hopefully back into the outside world for the first time in eighteen days withhold by the tile therapies that they are going to bring the four boy that plus the coach plus the doctor who's been with them and then three navy seals as well who've been keeping them company you get the feeling that there really is a race against time here now though a huge heavy downpours last night and it's been raining pretty solidly today president trump has chosen a conservative appeals court judge to fill the vacancy at the us supreme court he called brad kavanagh one of the finest legal minds of our time john cavanaugh he said he would approach every case with an open mind he now needs to be approved by the senate only meatball reports the nomination of brett cavanaugh will make the hearts of democrats and social liberals in the us sink but it is precisely the kind of move that conservatives and evangelical christians would have hoped for when they voted for donald trump the protests that have already started outside the supreme court a focused mainly on judge kavanagh's ideological views on abortion gun control and the environment right cavanaugh was an aide to george w bush and before that a key member of the legal team the made a case for the impeachment of bill clinton since then he said he doesn't think presidents while in office should have to worry about investigations and criminal proceedings against them india's supreme court has started hearing petitions which call for the scrapping of a law which criminalizes gay sex prosecutions are rare but activists say it can be used to intimidate people in same sex relationships the court rejected a plea by the central government to delay the hearing this is the world news from the bbc in afghanistan at least ten people have been killed in a bomb attack in the city of jalalabad in the east of the country officials say a suicide bomber approached the local headquarters of the afghan intelligence services and detonated explosives large blast damaged nearby cars and shops it's unclear who was responsible but jalalabad the capital of nangahar province and close to the border with pakistan has seen a surge in militant attacks turkey's leader reggie typer one has begun his first day with the enhanced role of executive president by issuing a number of decrees focusing on banking and how officials are appointed is given himself the power to choose the central bank's governor and deputies as well as the monetary policy committees members for the next four years researchers in australia say they've managed to reduce the numbers of mosquitoes in a town in queensland by eight percent using a new technique the team hopes many diseases will become more controllable he's phil mercer mayo mosquitoes were bred in elaborate tree in northern australia and infected with a bacteria that made them sterile they were then released into the wild in the town of innisfail in queensland's over three months they mated with females who laid eggs that didn't hatch causing the population to fall sharply the type of mosquito used in the trial is responsible for infecting hundreds of millions of people around the.