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"schaja" Discussed on The Candid Frame
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"schaja" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"Taking billy wearing his picking taking the capital. Yeah we're not picking the capital. We're not. What were you on january. So i was in this office watching it on tv with you. That's convenient. we're not picking the capital but we are taking already. Did the graph house where the declaration of independence was written up on. The graphic has. No one knows. That's where our country started. The i picked start but this country's started barstool man doom leaning tower pizza. Okay nice dough. Pizza dough past buildings. That house bill And then your net worth ha building your network. It's my favorite bill. Mine too nice Little gary visha low about your mom every morning. And that's how i start my day and i'm very anything that you love and life kill it all. Why build a house and you can build your net worth all right last guys. You know the podcast right. All right joint. Do you wanna do you wanna do. Who picked graf is. I thought that the original name of it was liberty hall. Why did you say that you would have been cool. That's a cool beer. Ready downs liberty hall on though you pick the graph sucks fuck spell that gr f. Sounds like a kind of shitty bar new york. Yeah yes empire state building. Okay billy was that we literally had to talk to stay away from that ruin. Who's who's anti odhiambo for you. Now or no. The village is dragged me into the money. You got you got killed. Is the stadium building. This guy called belly okay. Take wrigley field for my last. I'd lose for the other pander no the other pander well go you go would you. Last i was gonna take the segal centre. Okay place yeah. More life altering than a trip to europe ultimate pander was going to be the knights of columbus all right which is a sick building and looking ten bowling lanes and a full court basketball. But i thought that would be like such a like the middle office has actual meaning. That would've been a. Hey you know flavor of the day kind of thing Still by shirt though police things. We miss the burs. Khalid wasn't that bad taj mahal taj mahal kinda wanted to but i also like why is it so cool because the taj mahal is b- is basically the biggest self balk in the history of the world. It was built by horn king schaja han and he built it because he wanted to fuck his wife. So bad okay. She went fucking anymore so he's like what if i just make this big building for you. It worked i soon. I don't think how long does it take to build like way too long. She died so gonna get laid it out here. Her like death or burial thing to get it became like a tomb putin's palace that's like one point three million billion dollars. Bill sorry i misspoke there billion dollars of the hoosiers jim. That's a great deal. Don't hench playboy mansion. Michael jordan's house that he's still can't sell they'll fucking sick washington monument washington monument. Pogue paddy's pub yup. That's a good one. I didn't know if we could do fictional. But i wrote that down side tavern in atlanta georgia. Great one great building. One hogwarts hog words. Dr tests are r.i.p. Ship to boiler spoiler fought. I haven't even seen the movie. I just know that blows up at the end all right. I think that went. Well i was i again. I'm so don. I think also i get like by sunday afternoon especially hurricane harvey. I'm like i've been bad brains so hard that when we're like buildings i just sat at my kitchen table. Mike is building. Oh the tower building the space needle. I think that counts as bill. I don't think that the empires are the eiffel. Tower counts. yeah. I couldn't an apartment on the top of it is there where the guy the guy who created. The tower has an apartment on the top. They're like no you're thinking about quasimodo and no no no. There's there's an apartment. Tom rings bell. The think notre dame could have been on that list. It was burnt down notre dame notre dame. Pfc made that joke and ever tried to cancel. Yeah turns out. I was right. Nobody died much old french. Artwork got sanjay just billions billions of dollars worth of history. No history the graph building. What does that fucking thing. Look like the building. Honestly the declaration of independence overrated we. We said at that point. Hey we're independent but we weren't even independent till we won the war. Yeah we use the graph building. i'm looking at. It actually. Might be liberty hall. Oh you can't change that tiger stadium graph tiger stay death valley. Yes you're actually from detroit tiger stadium to was an all time with the thing Upper deck up against the wall the all all time. The miami marlins stadium where they had the sculpture and that the sculpture. That's what i love looking old yankee stadium. I love looking at old stadiums. It's fucking it's a passion of mine watching people borderline die jumping on milk crates and old stadiums Just give me that. And i'm a happy. Happy man fenway way. Park would have been a good one too. yeah. I don't go crazy with stadiums. Yeah what other stadiums would even be rosewall. Then rose bowl. I i actually meant right. Down rochat emerson stadiums. The orlando airport the tallest building in the world and do by Yeah the the the relief. That's the tossed. Yeah but again. I when i hear tallest building the world. I'm still like oh no that's tower. Always will be. They should just build a series of taller and taller. Antennas on the top of the sears tower. that'd be cool. Yeah actually know bill crates. Just go to milk dare you. People jump on them. Right numbers Ryan fitzpatrick on wednesday greater. Coming up seventy seven nine.
"schaja" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"The heck just happened with the stock. A bosch mark that's digital marketplace for secondhand goods stock plunged seventeen percent today now. I thought this was way too hot when it came public this year after pulled back from its highest last month. I recommend it so like the category. Maybe i got ahead much last night. Pockmark reporters slightly better expected quarter. But that's not good enough when you're dealing with such a high flying stop plus when there were some real issues here. Headwinds stemming from apple's new privacy features that make it harder to come come to advertise effectively some questions about competition too so as to stockton punished too much or doing need to be concerns. Let's take a deeper with minnesota. Chandra mini schaja is the founder and ceo of poss- mark. Find out more about the quarter and what comes to experts shot or welcome back to money. Thank you for having the jim. Okay so many. Let's get right to it. There were so many things that i like about your company including the fact that many younger people don't want to pay full price for clothes and they want a circular environment meaning that they don't want stuff dumped in landfill they wanna save stuff. They want to it right. But this time i felt that maybe the marketing costs went up too much competition from macari from threaded up deep up. I'm trying to understand why the stock plunged so much. Well i think your guess is as good as we delivered a really strong quarter if you look at it. Seven million active buyers all time high benz of gm be fifty million in revenue of eighty million dollars. And you know when you look at sort of last year to this year. There's sort of the scorebig coming in. But when you normalize it to two year stack bases. The growth actually accelerated from two to cuba to a cuban growth. Why do i was fifty percent in q. Two road was over sixty percent. So when you come out and i look at the stock it doesn't make sense but it's it's really You know there's a lot of momentum in the business. The trends around sustainability continued to be very very well. Do you think that people got freaked out when you did say that The changes by apple. This is the identifier for advertisers. Were tough and you also spent much more working did before so maybe people feel you had to do that. Because of apples change. Well i mean. I think that was a little bit overblown in the in the headlines. But if you look at again on the marketing side the marketing expense actually in judea reduced from two one. But again if you look at to your stack. Racism a marketing or marketing expenditure from q one q one of ten percent on stack bases and was blacked on a stack basis and an active vitamin d year basis went from four and a half seven million so again. Last year was phobic comparison. Bear marketing was completely shut down for a period of time because of the market conditions on an online basis. marketing was actually leveraged in q. Do compared to q one when we look at the impact of apple privacy. Yes it is a back and it is going to have some short short-term impact but it really is a transformation. We've seen advertising back farms shift in the past two it happiest bag if you remember facebook advertising last year. Google is lifted their entire mix. These things happen. Come and go. The bulk of our growth comes from our older cohorts that come from the word of mouth that our community spent and certainly very diversified. So i do feel. It's a little bit overblown. The last point. I've given our favorite is when you look at revenue when you look at our gm. Vive when you look at our active by geneva get some of some of these other platforms. not only. is that road stronger. The sum of all of them is sometimes smaller than our are scaled. So we continue to be excited about the future and tailwinds. We have behind. Look i was trying to find things. I looked at rettig read. It says that part's not doing this. Commoner commentator not doing very good job keeping the scammers off the platform. They still get the commission whether the item is fake or not. Only doing this symbolic crowd reporting thing. How do you respond to that. We actually have been working under moving the spam from the system and finally i think over the last few months. We've made a huge headway and the impact of it will be very positive. I think one of the things that we see with content management. Broadly is that in the system. When you sort of look at different tools and you look at fighting spammers you have to look at machine learning look at community boarding we have our internal moderation systems etc so overall i feel like in the last few months where gaining has steam over it. You know the battle is not over. And i don't know if it's ever going to be over but it's certainly something that before. I do the commissions on about technology right now. We are big fans of snapchat here. Both the stock snapchat ally eighth. We have to believe it's going to be gaining momentum by the week. Yes it's really exciting to to sort of partner with action platforms what we see but snapchat. Bosch mini is really bringing up wash experience natively or the snapchat user and certainly appealing to a broader demographic. That's part of the snapchat expanding presents and reach. And that's something you've done from day one. If you look. At from the day one we were first as one of the first native marketplace's on irs And then since they'd be broadened to new platforms and will continue to do that. Whether you look at say dot other black gums our goal is to be the cutting edge of innovation and making sure we are at the eyeball song for one last question. We have a good relationship with the folks at ansi and they're very powerful you know. And they're very well run. Can they take this d pop and really take it too. Posh make it difficult for you. We we got out here for a second but overall when we think of the competition instead of the competitive landscape be focus on our strength which is ultimately about social. It's about community. It's about transparency. It's about simplicity for example. Just to give you an example. The thing that gets talked about estate grade our fee structure for the loss. Ten years hasn't changed. It's been sympathy structure including has added a lot of hidden fees into the system. Marketing success feed shipping.
"schaja" Discussed on A Positive Climate
"We'll how quick can you charge av right now. What's the quickest way. You can charge navy if you go to. Three hundred and fifty kilowatt schaja. You can get a full charge when we say. Full charge remains zero to eighty percent. That's because there's an op buffer in the battery. That takes a really long time bizarre. Id twenty minutes and if you're doing it at home if you're doing it hymie tixx arbitrage to charge so but that situation a lot of people say to me. Okay but what if you arrive hyme with no range and then you need to go out and our light and you need to drive the full four hundred kilometers. What do you do. I was like well. You can't do that at home like it's very simple equation. You can't get a full charge in an hour at home. You can do it on a public housing station. But that situation almost never manifest self does kind of like a moot question but if you go. I'm we had no charge and you wanted to go to do an ice cream run ten pm. Could you plug in minutes and you'd be all good. Yeah you probably get a bash thirty kilometers back okay. So pretty quick. Which i don't know. How are you going for. Oscar malik sped. Hopefully that's enough to get you to massena. You'll be all good. Yeah that's it well. My missing has laid one point five kilometers away so yeah that's not too bad we'll team. We should probably move to wrap things up and really appreciate your time and your passion for the space in your role within the sector But we'll always lock to finish our episodes with one question. We ask all of our guests kinda velva plug of their business. What is one thing that you think we can all do recommend ellison's to you can do to achieve a more positive climate. I would recommend that eye contact. Sh local caccia whichever brand that is gopher driving electric vehicle. Because what i have found is that bumping sates is absolutely the best way to convince people to purchase electric vehicle. Just go for a drive and even if you don't care about the environment even if you join care about climate change just do it you'll love the way and you'll eventually buy one. I always say that the environment doesn't care. Why do what you do. It just says that you do it for me as long as you love the and you think affixing well with your lifestyle just douche and sorry test-drive innovate don ethic. Thanks to him. It's awesome stopped.
"schaja" Discussed on ESPN FC
"The english wingers and the and the food box and then sakai probably very likely will hold some of the keys of that game with the midfield. Of course so i think the guy's not gonna change anything. We'll see rice and philip. We'll seamount and probably would have a big job to do defensively on genial when italy have the ball to prevent your genius having an impact on the game and we saw against spend zhenyu is out of the game. Then you take you take away from the way italian playing the way they play from the bank and the bid the plan the lincoln place so i think i expect to have a big job to do without the ball for england's and they're not in the back four once again. We've stayed the same. Doug can be a problem. You know if you schaja chelsea player to mark another chelsea player. You know how you're gonna respond. How you're going to really wasn't a europeans can until you've been final and everybody's gonna have no doubt that man as an english guy would wouldn't care but you know he's still a question mark coach they should. I put forward in to make sure that there is a real rivalry or should i put amount wondering if the guy's going to give me because he plays against a teammate. What the somebody this down quickly. They'd sleep thanks very much. Put me teammate. Against me right position. I'm absolutely couldn't wait right. I get one this guy because next time we tell them up at drain. And he's getting you you. British can understand it no problem with that. Excuse me i excuse me. i'm not british you well. I'm sorry. I thought you belong to united kingdom or whatever. We don't talking about geopolitics ryan but but the thing is by. I had always come to play against arsenal for example in opening an catch you on top of because it was difficult. But you you. You don't wanna he coaches never took you out of a match because of that did shoot. I've done some games. What do you think about this. yeah..
"schaja" Discussed on This Day in History Class
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"schaja" Discussed on AP News
"Deals store clearance register lane items and jewellery dog owners who are stressed for long periods can transfer that stress under their dogs, according to a study published in scientific reports Swedish researchers say they studied nearly sixty people who own border collies or Shetland sheepdogs. They examined hair from the dog owners and their pets and looked at levels of the hormone cortisol, which is released into the bloodstream and absorbed by hair follicles in response to stress. They found human and canine stress levels were in sync, and the owners are influencing the dogs rather than the other way around the scientists say everything from depression, and unemployment to excessive, physical exercise can influence the amount of cortisol found in hair. Researchers now plan to investigate whether other dog breeds will react to their owners the same way. Indian royalty jewels and weapons are on display at Christie's auction house in New York, the dagger of Taj Mahal builder. Schaja Hon, which is the only known dagger with a human head in the design is undisputed way. And so is his ring. Christie's international head of world. Art, William Robinson says these pieces are associated with some of the greatest figures in Mughal India history, we're going to see the most astonishing connection of Indian decorative jewelry paintings weapons that ever come up for auction in one sale, they collection, which includes nearly four hundred jewels and objects will be auctioned off on June nineteenth. Radio. I'm Tim McGuire House Democrats step up their efforts to pass bills aimed at election security, if he's checking with has more.
"schaja" Discussed on AP News
"On Saturday and Laurie Metcalf. Been portraying Hillary Clinton on Broadway in Hillary Clinton, that the Clintons know about the play that they have heard that it's done with a lot of love and respect and admiration, she sixty four on Sunday and that's our birthday round up for this weekend, June fifteenth and sixteenth. I'm Bob Kessler. Indian royalty jewels and weapons are on display at Christie's auction house in New York, the dagger of Taj, Mahal builder Schaja Hon, which is the only known dagger with a human head in the design is undisputed way. And so is his ring. Christie's international head of world. Art, William Robinson says these pieces are associated with some of the greatest figures in Mughal India history, we're going to see the most astonishing collection of Indian decorative jewellery paintings weapons that ever come up for auction in one sale collection, which includes nearly four hundred jewels and objects will be auctioned off. On June nineteenth. Mcroberts elections. I'm Maguire AP news minute House, Democrats ramp up their plans to act on a series of bills aimed at increasing election security effort gaining speed since President Trump said he would look at information on a political rival supplied by a foreign government. House speaker Nancy Pelosi says Trump has consistently denied previous election interference. President says it's a hoax. The president say should be the one taking the lead to look into what happened. There in steady said they could do it again. Aides say the Bill seek to secure state election systems, put stricter limits on foreign election interference and provide more oversight of the executive branch. Arkansas state police have arrested women in connection with the killing of former state, Senator Linda Collins, who is found dead outside her home on June fourth. Investigators say charges are pending against Rebecca Lynn Donal. They haven't said, whether they are looking for anyone else in the case. I'm Tim Maguire. AP digital news. Back in a moment..
"schaja" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Deutsche them over there guests. So you'll be nice in that case. Goodnight have a nice evening. And this is the man that you say it was right. We, we did we agree with you that Louis should have some help around the house. So you must yes heaven, help us good night. Louise. This is how easy it is to get along with him. Helen agree with everything. He said. Well, some of the, you know, the cheesy type of dialogue, but that was the whole point of that show. That's so smart that they're doing that. I see now I might actually have to watch an ABC show with comedians in it. I can't stand a love that. All right. Coming up next on the and Schaja. What the hell what Shai like Johnson? Florence back, though, show. The Seattle city council had a meeting about the system failure report. Guests somebody council member showed up it gets to that next Tracy says gonna check traffic force now Tracy. What's happened in three lanes blocked northbound five Puyallup river bridge enough to wear. It's causing some really ugly delays as we leave the Tacoma heading out towards that scene. Sounds like we've got while we Thursday Carrie Underwood concert tomorrow night at the Tacoma dome. So there was some sort of motorcade that was happening on southbound five at Bridgeport, they had to block everything off. I'm not sure if that's the case of Carrie Underwood had anything to do with it. But, you know, who knows we've also got the stall that's on seventy five out near the highway sixteen flyover ramp enough to where it's causing some problems for drivers getting out of city center, I'm looking at a pretty heavy driver, you on five twelve between I five heading out towards canyon, the earlier crash on one on one in lily. Walk has reopened. Everything is clear now. However, we are still working to couple of problems here in the..
"schaja" Discussed on PRI's The World
"The ching dynasty people felt had failed them failed to modernize China and to guard against foreign powers Schaja is a SCI fi author and a professor of Chinese literature at Sheehan Jiao Tong university in those early days. She says Chinese Saifi was mostly a utopian vision of what China could become because see that at a time. Most stories are. Just a like imagination about a new China in the future. And they just imagine that try not come our fall moral developed Morton over the next century Chinese Sifi took many different forms and shapes. There were periods when the Chinese government embraced its idealism and packaged it into propaganda at other points. It was suppressed seen as a foreign influence her that was polluting Chinese culture by the early two thousands homegrown. Science fiction was really only popular initials in China. I remembered that interest under six I was interviewed by a journalist and she wanted to write a report entitled daas size fiction died in try it certainly seemed like it might have died. But actually it hadn't there were scifi writers. It's just that few people were paying attention to their work can Lou was. One of those people. He's a writer and a computer programmer and a lawyer based here in the US Martha was just this is so cool. I I'm reading a lot of great stories that are really interesting. There were stories about global warming social inequality technological advancements things you would expect to find an any Sifi. But in some ways, the work was also uniquely Chinese the basic conflict. If there's anything unique about China. It's this China has undergone modernisation in the last three decades that took the west something like three hundred years to go through this. I fi- writers that can Lou read expressed concern about things spinning out of control too much change happening. Too fast, economic and social gaps in China getting wider and wider Ken Liu was a big fan of the work. He was seen coming out of China. So he thought what if I translated it he didn't have? Any formal training in translation, still the first story he ever translated landed him, and it's Chinese author a small award here in the US in two thousand twelve and so I was like, oh, this is kinda cool. You know, if I can bring more of my friends work into English to share with fellow anglophone fans, that's really cool over time can Lou brought dozens of stories and novels to the US the recognition. The work was getting here started having an impact for writers back in China writers, like Tang Fei sometimes I filled out south goes on. We spoke over the phone recently, and her friend translated for us. She told me that back in two thousand thirteen Ken Lou translated one of her stories. Call girl and helped her get it published here in the US doctor too late let Selena Lewan about two hundred dollars. So should think it helps..
"schaja" Discussed on KCRW
"Trees the origins of modern Cheney scifi to the beginning of the twentieth century about fifty years before communism came to China and the People's Republic was established China was on its last dynasty and a revolution was brewing. The ching dynasty people felt had failed them failed to modernize China and to guard against foreign powers Schaja is a SCI fi author and a professor of Chinese literature at Xi Yang Jiao Tong university in those early days. She says Chinese Saifi was mostly a utopian vision of what CHAI. China could become because see that at a time. Muslims stories are just a like imagination about a new China in the future. And just imagine that China can be more our fall moral developed more Morton over the next century Chinese Sifi took many different forms and shapes. There were periods when the Chinese government embraced its idealism and packaged it into propaganda at other points. It was suppressed seen as a foreign influence her that was polluting Chinese culture by the early two thousands homegrown. Science fiction was really only popular initials in China. I remember that interest under six I was interviewed by journalist. And she wanted to write a report entitled does size fiction died in China? It certainly seemed like it might have died. But actually it hadn't there were scifi writers. It's just that. Few people were paying attention to their work can Lou was one of those people. He's a writer and a computer programmer and a lawyer based here in the US, Martha was just this is who I am reading a lot of great stories that are really interesting there were stories about global warming social inequality technological advancements things you would expect to find an any Sifi. But in some ways, the work was also uniquely Chinese the basic conflict. If there's anything unique about China is this China has undergone modernization in the last three decades that took the west something like three hundred years to go through this. I fi- writers that can Lou read expressed concern about things spinning out of control too much change happening. Too fast, economic and social gaps in China getting wider and wider Ken Liu was a big fan of the work. He was seen coming out of China. So he thought what if I translated it he didn't have any formal training in translation, still the first story he ever translated landed him, and it's Cheney's author a small award here in the US in two thousand twelve and so I was like this is kinda cool. You know, if I can bring more of my friends work into English to share with fellow anglophone vans. That's really cool over time Ken Liu brought dozens of stories and novels to the US the recognition. The work was getting here started having an impact for writers back in China writers, like Tang Fei. Against. We spoke over the phone recently, and her friend translated for us. She told me that back in two thousand thirteen kenley translated one of her stories. Call girl and helped her get it published here in the US delayed. It's delayed. So she thinks it helps. Helps a lot in terms of how readers and critics in China Hawaii and recently, she just got her first short story collection published in published in China. So should think says it's important to have your stories translated. It was only after she got published in the US that those stories started appearing in China. Other writers who had similar experiences told me they find this problematic that it takes getting attention in the west for their work to be recognized back home, but tank Fay, told me, she doesn't mind. Of course, it took a lot more than just a translator to elevate the profile of an entire John RIA, the stories were really good. And there's also the fact that more people are paying attention to China and its technological emissions as advised to become a world superpower. But ask anyone in the know about Chinese Saifi, and they'll tell you Ken Lou was a key figure the key figure in this story. A story that had its biggest moment in two thousand fifteen. Thank you. And welcome to the two thousand fifteen.
"schaja" Discussed on KQED Radio
"By stacks of magazines and books. He's brought here to sell he points out examples of Chinese Sifi in translation, a couple of novels anthologies of short fiction, and then there are the. Translated stories that he's been featuring in his own magazine on the front row of the table. Are the last twelve issues we published the magazine, and there's one in every one of those translated work, let alone work from China is not something you would have found here. Five ten years ago. Clark tells me, but things have changed in some ways. It's almost like we woke up because they've been doing this for a while. It's just we haven't seen the stories scholars trees the origins of modern Cheney scifi to the beginning of the twentieth century about fifty years before communism came to China and the People's Republic was established China was in its last dynasty and a revolution was brewing. The ching dynasty people felt had failed them failed to modernize China and to guard against foreign powers Schaja is a SCI fi author and professor of Chinese literature at Xiang Jiao Tong university in those early days. She says Chinese Saifi was mostly a utopian vision of what China. China could become because see that time. Muslims stories are just like imagination about a new China in the future. And they just imagine that China can be more our fall moral developed Morton over the next century Chinese Sifi took many different forms and shapes. There were periods when the Chinese government embraced its idealism and packaged it into propaganda at other points. It was suppressed seen as a foreign influence her that was polluting Chinese culture by the early two thousands homegrown. Science fiction was really only popular initials in China. I remember that interest under six I was interviewed by journalist. And she wanted to write a report entitled does size fiction died in China? It certainly seemed like it might have died. But actually it hadn't there were scifi writers. It's just that. Few people were paying attention to their work can Lou was one of those people. He's a writer and a computer programmer and a lawyer based here in the US Martha was just this is so cool. I I'm reading a lot of great stories that are really interesting. There were stories about global warming social inequality technological advancements things you would expect to find any Sifi. But in some ways, the work was also uniquely Chinese the basic conflict. If there's anything unique about China. It says China has undergone modernisation in the last three decades that took the west something like three hundred years to go through this. I fi- writers that can Lou read expressed concern about things spinning out of control too much change happening. Too fast, economic and social gaps in China getting wider and wider Ken Liu was a big fan of the work. He was seen coming out of China. So he thought what if I translated it he didn't have any formal training in translation, still the first story he ever translated landed him, and it's Cheney's author a small award here in the US in two thousand twelve and until I was like, oh, this is kinda cool. You know, if I can bring more of my friends work into English to share with fellow anglophone vans. That's really cool. Over time. Ken Lou brought dozens of stories and novels to the US the recognition. The work was getting here started having an impact for writers back in China writers, like Tang Fei sometimes I filled out again. We spoke over the phone recently, and her friend translated for us. She told me that back in two thousand thirteen Ken Lou translated one of her stories. Call girl and helped her get it published here in the US. Selena. So she thinks it helps it helps a lot in terms of how readers and critics in China sees homework, and recently, she just got her first short story collection published in published in China. So she thinks says it's important to have your stories translated. It was only after she got published in the US that those stories started appearing in China. Other writers who had similar experiences told me they find this problematic that it takes getting attention in the west for their work to be recognized back home. But Tang Fei told me she doesn't mind up along. Along. Well, of course, it took a lot more than just a translator to elevate the profile of an entire John rea-. The stories were really good. And there's also the fact that more people are paying attention to China and its technological ambitions as advisors to become a world superpower. But ask anyone in the know about Chinese Saifi, and they'll tell you can Lou was a key figure the key figure in this story a story that had its biggest moment in two thousand fifteen. Thank you. And welcome to the two thousand fifteen Hugo award ceremony..
"schaja" Discussed on ESPN FC
"But at don't necessarily anything to do with what happens to season, I think going back a couple of years when they renewed his contract already. I think it was quite clear that it was going to be a strong chance. He will not go to the end of his contract twenty twenty. And that's why I think why we see these developments now because I think the way that the contract was drawn up kind of almost allowed for this possibility to happen. And maybe even included some kind of agreement that he was not going to run down his contract provided that a certain bit comes in in twenty nine thousand nine. So that's why we see all the stuff happened. And I don't think it's a short term thing that he now. Has decided I need to leave Dolman. I think it's always been on the card for him that you want to make that next move into the primer league come twenty nineteen sticking with US nationals in action in the bonus league goals. A lot of young exciting talent the moment on show. Joel Schaja is that a dream month? Really hasn't it? He's had a tree two goals in three appearances coming in as a Saab and a couple of them. And you know, this is the play at through and Cova the Vetter Bremen coach has been reluctant to discuss because they want to keep it, really, quiet. They don't want to put any pressure on him. They sent him to the second team for the first off the season by slowly. But surely, you can see why they were totally adamant that he was not going to go on loan or that he will be developed now very very closely Fe close to the first team because they really think this guy has got what it takes to be a boon strike, and so far all signs of really good and vetted Bremen is one of those clubs that always play attacking football will always give a lot of chances to proper struck is if you will. So it's a great position to be in. And I think their faith in him seems to be warranted Tyler Adams, Weston mckennie as well is on them over here and there developments so far this season. Western has played in fourteen games out of seventeen in the league. The problem is he's been playing in a team. That's lost his way and things very difficult for any individual, especially if you didn't experience to be at your best when the people around you all looking at other waiting for things to happen. Shock have been trying to get to the next level. Play more football last today finish as runners up with the very defensive setup. This time they wanted to play a bit more full, and they're caught in between the old shock and the new shock, and it's been a bit of half baked on satisfactory leaks season, so far, but he I think individually can be proud of becoming having become a mainstay of this team. Todd Adams will come into lives excite that is quite deepen those midfield positions. They've got Lyman. Dammit, if come pull it'll Sunke going to be difficult for him at the same time. None of these four guys with the possible exception of Ilsunkhayev has had quite the. Packed and so the persona that navy to had and of course, they're missing that kind of dynamic type player so shooter paternity for him. Only slap problem..
"schaja" Discussed on GONE
"As valuable indicators of class status and traded along the silk road a network of trade routes, connecting the east with the west not to mention early civilizations actually believed the diamonds were gifts from the gods. And those who found received them. Would be blessed with wealth strength and good health. If that was the case, they must have believed the great mogul diamond would bring them immortality. Because it was so massive in sixteen fifty six when it made its first real appearance in written histories, the Islamic mogul empire was thriving in India Prusiene, emperor, Shah Jehan whose name means king of the world presided over the throne and his taste for extravagance reflected. This uh contagious title in sixteen thirty two. He commissioned the famed Taj Mahal in Agra a stunning muzzle. EM had built for his young wife after her death Shah Jehan also had the famous peacock throne adorned with gold and covered in rubies emerald and pearls built for himself. But he was about to get even fancier because in sixteen fifty six a wealthy general named emir gem LA came to Delhi and met with Schaja Han too. Establish good diplomatic relations Jemma worked for Dula king of Gaul Kanda India and was trying to broker an alliance between the two leaders, but he didn't come empty-handed among his gifts for the emperor was the great mogul diamond at the time. It.
"schaja" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"She looks at. You reminds me of, like back in the day was a block bags, had an advertising campaign where they drew a smiley face on a thumb, and the got Thumba talk was like the spokesman for the black bag. I'm like, I kind of feel like I get the vibe. Jamais, be perfectly lovely, but like her. Here's the thing. I'm not making fun of the way she looks making fun of the way she does her makeup. Oh yes. She has print face and she, she this episode on the thing. Riyan friv- beyond rib. It's like if it's almost like someone from prib- decided to move to Japan and attempt kabuki and they like failed. And now the creator own weird makeup art called like privacy, and it's like disastrous. So she's with him for and we find out that he's about this investment property like this was listed way below market value. It's a Samokhin d of some Bulkin deal. It was like a dumpster. Yeah, it's a cross from, I think, again, auto. Zone boys or something. It's a future retail of resolution, PU. It was not cute. And if it's listed way below market value in that area, there's something wrong with it. Did you get somebody to come look at it? Did you just buy this right? Opposite Loeser. Yeah. And sue like the mom that also I, the brothers get together, it's, you know. So it's it's Mike, and then his brother, Jonathan, Dave, and they get together and Morgan's with them. And then Mike is like, hey, go back into the car like we're gonna talk right now and talking business right now business, we'll talk shop go back in like, fuck you. She may have crazy makeup, but she's totally like, why? What? She can't stand there with you guys because you'll be talking to elevated. No, these. Maybe not us, but she respects from you? Yeah, he's like, well, she's freezing. I don't wanna get sick, like how about let her desire when she's too cold to stand out there and listen to you numbskulls. He just didn't want the woman hearing about their money and godfather. Yeah. Both the just these guys, they're like, oh, we zipped a little ones, zipper, look. We always do it. Oh, yeah. Look at zipper, lock now's down zipper. Got your zipper. His other brother, the person's juicy, Joe. Yeah. Let John, I forget what their name John. I just had their names here, but I Don David. Can you the guy thought to myself. So so basically sue, the mother wants to sell this piece of shit property because she's like, let's your sell it get make like three or four million dollars. Mike like no, when you think about it, this is like twenty units, twenty minutes at like three million units, three million dollars per unit. That's like forty, five billion a year like this is opening gay if anybody needs to know how much money we're gonna make what she opening of this show. Nima nails it in knocked out of the park. We had like eyeballs, like it's going to be like, you opened the door eyeballs in there like I'm really getting into the eyeball space, right. Look at this. My see brands. He's like, my mom is being a naysayer, but she probably thinks I can't do it. I'm like, yeah, because you failed at everything, but that's okay. I'm sure you have those babies shoes to fall back on that clip of his mom. She's like, this is going to be two years of hard work. You guys? Yeah, good idea. Like, Mike, you can't even keep the same face for two years. So now we have Tom, Ian MJ at home, and j is getting annoyed because Tommy has helped out with a wedding and and he's like, well, it's. I don't know what he says. He's like, what? What are we doing here? Ben the Jong and she says, first of all, what's tomorrow? Tommy I thing pump springs right with to me is he? He knew that, yeah, I think good points for that. She's like, how about you stop saying you and start saying we, okay, I'm ready to go. We, we just like the French. He's like, it deprives us our, it's a bath. So yeah, basically that's their thing about like he didn't know that her last live or something like that. She gets mad because she says, yes, she calls her. She's like Savita Schaja something like long the king. And he's like. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, I'm trying..
"schaja" Discussed on No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo
"I listened and was forego so you know here now what can we do and it's not about the whole oh you can't separate this from the that's that's not the case it's not the case at all i just don't want i'm not interested in how somebody selling you corrects material and you don't want it's like i'm sorry i just don't care that's where i'm at right now and i will listen like it's i'm just not that i will listen to kids see goes i before i listened to year shines burner by the way who's guiding plenty spins from connie album yeah shots to him but i just don't i don't feel inspired like music thing where it's like you know what i mean the space listen to this and i'm just not in this race to listen to kanye west i'm sorry is just not doing it for me but i will listen to burner boys album all over again and i will listen to my brother who dropped three tracks from the uk why can't i get his name right now i'm trying to think to big spanks mine's drought than albums from the uk i have read sites you took my jay hus jay haas schaja has has big big spang yeah i like to elect hours three songs again small things seem to be in against bins by sharks ajay has to do city up in new on it was very good at then listen to the arba.