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"tung chung" Discussed on For your reference

For your reference

11:48 min | 2 years ago

"tung chung" Discussed on For your reference

"In this film so he hasn't really solid relationship with his uncle and he talks about a go that he's interested in who we laid a find out is gwen stacy and his uncle tries to you know show him how to woo later respectfully because it's twenty nineteen UPI should respect women whenever <hes> but he was talking about putting your hand on the shoulder and do you want to give us a nice day. Pay Hey can is dropping. ooh I can see so close editions of the witness spot cost is big recorded. These stories stories Tung Chung why we always S._V._U.. Because it's great okay let's let's go back. We're talking about how to wha later and he tries it and that is that quintessential sort of teenage angst and like going through really awkward stages with the opposite sex all the same sex we love you guys progressive and he just really tanks and it's really awkward when he says hey right but then later on in the movie he does the same thing to kingpin and it is it it is inspired right I really I really enjoyed that. There was a nice tasting. Also it really is really is when the US a call buck quite effectively as they do you know yeah and it needs to make sense it. Does it ause because we've watched plenty movies that that's not a callback by the rage continues goodness me. You know you wonder how many people had to sit through rid the scripts and just think hey we're good filming this this walks right. That's a movie that's a podcast one other day areas where when the winds of healed which will take awhile not even than just when the wounds still festering wow you fucking grim today was such a light movie we we talk about really heavy stuff and then we have some levity and now we're doing the opposite thing. Let us know. Give us some feedback. I I don't know if I verbally expressed it on this podcast but I do say you are a lot of the time not every movie needs a love story titanic case in point the whole circumstance surrounding the titanic is really fucking fascinating. You didn't need to slap a love story in the insane that in in being older bitter an insane I kinda did WANNA kiss at the end just known each other very Julia only knew each of three three days. That's why they killed themselves. Still healthy unrequited love. This is the levels of stubbing. You're talking about aaliyah boom clawback doc but anyway I stand you might trophy case okay. I'll just pretend I didn't hear that okay. Let's thought to wrap up now. <hes> I just wanted to make a comment and I guess you can respond if you want to or not. It's your life so we've had over twenty model movies and vendors endgame name has closed its chapter even though you really on you're still going to continue which whatever it it's its own thing and then we have Tom Holland the new age new wave of marvel movies and then I'm <hes> Scarlett. Johansson character is going to come back as well in our movie and then you have like spite of us. Do you think that some point it's too much. I enjoyed this movie. I definitely enjoyed this movie. Do you think it's like too much now. I don't think so I thank you always get the marvel of machine Jonah cog up as many thing. I'm not asking whether they're capable. I it's it's quite clear that they've got the racehorses. No no what I meant like stories will do to be told and there needs to be told they've been told a need to take a break but I think <unk> one of the down with the twenty or so movies you've talked about is they wrote that with a vengeance in gaming mind okay so right now what they're trying to create post Ironman Post Captain America is something new. When when did you have time between now and those twenty movies to drink kool aid? I'll ordering the cool eight. I'm just saying maybe that's that trailer thought like movies will need to be made and this is our good to do it. 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I guess my outrage will just stop there anyway but yeah that that's just my usual rant of marvel movies and into constant Roberts as well but that's another day yeah and let's let's leave it there. A good fee is if you continue to make different amazing being soundtrack amazing acting I might buy a ticket. We'll see but you know accolades where accolades a Jew is awesome sight and we're dont guys. We made it congratulations -gratulations in all the multifaceted. Oh I'm so sorry I want to ask one more question. Go on it's not sexual. Would you believe what's the point then. Let's back up okay so you've got multi verses right but are they all moving at the same time in history. I guess so 'cause everyone's the same age right. No Pita beep uncle was be older see. That's what that's what I'm trying to understand. That was kind of what I was like interested in. It didn't distract me from the movie but I I was wondering like how does this multi-diverse actually work because it in most cases. You're exactly exactly the same just somewhere else right well. That's what we meant in most movies us how they go with but then again every movie has a weird whale. It doesn't matter what your explanation is. TIME IS NOT LINEAR LINNEA bitches smoke bomb formerly with the fighting my family why with my family. What did I say it? was that very solid. It's a really good movie. Yeah highly recoup you want us to dough podcast episode on that and you WanNa hear us growing up trying the wrestling moves of the People's Champ. Let us know because it was great. It was a really really nice. It was a really nice. Maybe let's let's leave it there what your response is. I'm GonNa do this for the rest of the night. You know that it's for your reference and you you lost your privilege of going i. I'm going to do it okay this week. If you enjoyed spiderman into the spite of us and you are younger Ooh the NAS like is still in high school not to assume that you have it was set but I do strongly recommend Toby Maguire's vitamin even though we don't stand we how day India I'm doing the dance right now. Tobey Maguire debt and you can't do anything about it. You know sometimes people are too serious about movies. Just fucking going enjoy it. You know it is what it is like. Just allow yourself allow yourself the privilege of enjoying something stopping snooty mix newt face just calmed down. I'M NOT GONNA expect Donald Lewis Level of performances on a marvel. Oh Lord Superhero movie no second to none yeah. You get what you get me anyway. Yeah my references alita bodily angel as quite good mice quite good doesn't do justice. It's great about Cyborg who doesn't remember anything about themselves on the GonNa cost to try and find themselves so it's amazing it's original and if you want to do an upset on that listener we should we not will do it lack. It's amazing get your butts off to the cinema. I think it's still showing a couple of places and hopefully we'll come back soon as well so does hoping to that. It's kind of great. Streaming culture is Kinda great which we've talked about but let's finish it off. Thank you so much guys if we didn't lose you and all of the salaciousness and the frivolity thank do we appreciate you your type of people over his leak on twitter instagram where for your rest pod the kind of facebook and not really yeah. Oh thank you for all sending you law on email l. which is hello focused calm. We appreciate it withdrawn. Responders fosters detail as possible so <hes> yeah continue rotting in and we'll see you next week yeah and thank you so..

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"tung chung" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"tung chung" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish. And I'm Mary Louise Kelley new satellite images taken just two days after the Trump Kim summit indicate North Korea has begun rebuilding a long range rocket site. The site is in Tung Chung on the country's west coast North Korea started disassembling it last year, but it did not finish the job and the new imagery shows cranes a roof under construction and other signs of activity. Now, it is not exactly clear when the rebuilding started was it before the Hanoi summit or more recently, which prompted us to wonder how closely use the US able to monitor nuclear and missile sites in North Korea. Jeffrey Lewis is director of the East Asia non-proliferation program at the Middlebury institute of international studies, and he's with us now. Hi there. It's a pleasure. So a point to note, which is these new images, come from commercial, satellite technology. My first question is who. Who owns these commercial satellites who decides what they're photographing these satellites are owned by private companies, and so the private companies decide, although they have clients, and in some cases, those clients our governments the United States government buys a lot of commercial satellite images. But in other cases, the clients are places like my employer academic institutions that studied the spread of nuclear weapons. So help us understand the questions about timing. So this is a function of the two different types of images. We have that really beautiful high resolution image that picture was taken after the summit and that clearly showed that the facility was being reconstructed. What a lot of us have now done is go back and use the lower resolution images, and what we can see is that in mid February things started to change at the site. But we didn't really know what the nature of that activity was until we got much better pictures is satellite intelligence more important when monitor. North korea. Then it might be with some of the other countries where the US is trying to keep track of capabilities. Russia comes to mind or Pakistan. But in those countries, there are more readily available other sources of intelligence human intelligence, old-fashioned spies on the ground. I think that's exactly right. A country like North Korea is essentially closed if you want to know whether a facility is operating the only way you're going to be able to answer that is by looking at it from space, the limitation being of course, that you can't see what is happening underground. So it takes you only so far if you're trying to look at their nuclear capabilities, for example. So that's true. Although we're hoping it's going to get less true. The commercial sector is moving away from just taking optical images, and is starting to deploy different kinds of sensors. So we have our partnership with Airbus where we get radar images. Which in some cases, actually allows us to see through rules. And then there are companies that take thermal pictures, so we can see if a building warm a variety of new technologies coming online talk to me about the cat and mouse scam North Korea knows. That the US is watching from space. So when they will cranes to a safe that they had said, they were dismantling they know it's going to be seen and remarked to fund this is North Korea signaling, I think that's right. I mean, there is no chance that the United States was going to miss this development. And the way that the North Koreans had taken it apart. They didn't box things up and put them away. They laid them out. Right. So that they could clearly be seen from space. And I think the message they're trying to send is pretty obvious. And what is it? So in his New Year's speech, Kim Jong UN said that if sanctions were not removed from North Korea that they would have to find a new way to secure the country's well-being. And so perhaps the next thing North Korea will do if negotiations really have faltered as they seem to have is it might start putting satellites into space using rockets that's not a violation of his pledge to end missile testing. But I do think it'll be fairly provocative and upsetting to a lot of people in Washington. Jeffrey Lewis, he tracks North Korea and all those satellite images of it from his post at Middlebury institute of international studies at Monterey, California. Jeffrey Lewis, thank you. It was a pleasure. A freshman democrat on Capitol Hill is being accused once again of antisemitism and Democrats are divided over what to do about it. The Representative is Ilan Omar of Minnesota in response to her latest remarks democratic leaders had planned to vote today on a resolution condemning antisemitism, they postponed it after meeting resistance from lawmakers who came to Omar's defence NPR congressional correspondent Susan Davis. Has this report congresswoman Ilhan Omar remained silent during a House Democratic meeting today, but she is the cause of much debate. It's about this comments. She made an event in Washington DC coffee shop last week..

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"tung chung" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"tung chung" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"Subscribe today at apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. We have to solve a problem with a very nasty problem that we have to solve a problem. President Trump just moments ago responding for the first time two questions about brand new satellite images showing that North Korea seems to be working on a satellite launch site that can be used for missiles, the rebuilding of this site started just before even during the big summit between President Trump and Kim Jong Hoon in Vietnam. CNN's Barbara Starr now shows us the images and has new details about what went wrong at the failed summit. For the first time in months, new satellite. Images show North Korea working at a launch site rebuilding a portion of a key facility. Once he used to test missile engines, the Tung Chung re satellite launch facility has been dormant since August, but images indicate restoration work at an engine test stand and the launchpad President Trump warning him not to break a promise by rebuilding the site. I would be very disappointed if that were happening. It's a very early report where the ones that put it out, but I would be very very disappointed in German. There's nothing here that that that indicates a launch is being prepared. This may all be Kim's answer to last week's summit failure. They clearly understand that we can see what they're doing. So it may be as much a part of messaging as it is anything else or Kim may simply be running out of patience with the US. I think it's more of a political signal afresh fresh. Astray Shen every Vercel of decision on these unilateral confidence building measures CNN has learned just how much both sides miscalculated each other over the summit before President Trump landed in Hanoi secretary of state, Mike Pompeo was they're hoping to meet with North Korea's chief negotiator Kim. Young Chou a critical player that President Trump has twice welcomed to the Oval Office. But Kim Young refused to me and early sign. The North Koreans were not prepared to agree to full denuclearization. Then as President Trump prepared to leave Hanoi, a less minute North Korean proposal for the US to loosen think shins in return for North Korea dismantling the crucial young gun nuclear complex, the US declined and the president left Vietnam..

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"tung chung" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"tung chung" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Satellite photos, showing new activity a North Korean rocket launch site raised fresh doubts today that Kim Jong UN is ready to give up his nuclear weapons program. Talks continue President Trump was asked at the White House today. The new development means a deal to end the North's nuclear weapons program. Can't be reached. I would be very disappointed if that were happening. It's a very early report. We're the ones that put it out. But I would be very very disappointed in chairman Kim. And I don't think I will be. But we'll see what happens. We'll take a look. It will ultimately get solved. Trump and Kim summit last week in Vietnam broke down over the loosening of sanctions and exchange for disarmament more from reporter, Kevin Michalis Washington center for strategic and international. Studies says recent satellite imagery, shows a rapid rebuild underway at the Tung Chung re-test facility on North Korea's northwest border with China Pyongyang began dismantling the launch station last August following Trump and Kim's first summit in Singapore. The most recent talks in Hanoi fell apart after the Trump administration rejected Kim's demand for a lifting of economic sanctions. North Korea has presented the launch site as part of their satellite program, but US officials have warned its potential to facilitate the regime's long range missile development. Kevin Macanese, Washington Trump and Kim have not said if there will be a third face-to-face summit. Nicaragua's government and representatives of the opposition say they have agreed on the underlying rules for a dialogue aimed at resolving political turmoil. That has cost hundreds of lives and dragged on for nearly a year on Tuesday. Vatican ambassador Waldermar summer tag, read a joint statement from the two sides announcing a framework for talks after a week of meetings. The sides agreed that summer tag will serve as a witness to the talks, but unlike a previous short-lived dialogue effort last year. There will not be mediators representatives of the Roman Catholic and evangelical churches in Nicaragua will be invited. As domestic witnesses the parties set a tentative goal of finalising negotiations March twenty eighth, but among the first hurdles will be agreeing on an agenda for the talks. The Venezuelan government today ordered the German ambassador to leave the country after he expressed support for one Guido escalating diplomatic standoff with a group of about fifteen nations that recognize the opposition leader as the country's. Interim president foreign minister hor. Hey, Ari is a tweeted a statement saying embassador Daniel Kreiner interfered in Venezuela's, internal affairs and allied himself with what he called extremists sectors of the opposition. Venezuela considers it unacceptable that a foreign diplomat would take on a public role more appropriate to that of a political leader. The government statement said it gave Kreiner forty eight hours to leave the country Kreiner and some other diplomats greeted Guido when he returned to Venezuela on Monday and vowed to intensify his campaign to topple the elected government of President Nicolas Madura. Zero the US trade deficit jumped nearly nineteen percent in December pushing the trade imbalance for all of two thousand eighteen to a decade-long high of six hundred twenty one billion the trade gap with China on goods widened to an all time record four hundred nineteen point two billion. The Commerce Department figures released today undermined a key commitment by President Trump promised to cut the trade imbalance, Nick Harper reports. Oh, this is not good news for President Trump put a time when he's entering a re election cycle. He has long promised that he would reduce the deficit saying that the US is being ripped off by other countries. He's introduced tariffs as part of that plan making foreign steel and more expensive for US companies in the hope that they would buy from American supplies rather than international ones. And yet the deficit has gone up reaching a ten year high now with the widest gap. Since two thousand and eight during the time of the global financial crisis. They call it the New York. We are in the middle of a five hundred dollar matching challenge here on the evening.

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"tung chung" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"tung chung" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"What do you make of the reports of these images this well parent recommissioning of this site so rapidly? What's your reaction is difficult to say because if the recommissioning of the redevelopment was actually already happening before the summit, and these photos were taken just two days out of the summit that suggests that this was something which is going to be done. Anyway, the particular facility, which is over in the north western part of the county at Tung Chung re has been used primarily for satellite launches an engine testing. It hasn't been used at toll for testing and testing ballistic missiles of any particular range. So as to one side to some extent of the overall agreement by the North Koreans, but you're quite right. The the wall some sign of it being just mental these partly and that was seen as a confidence building measure. So while it is not a directly in your face thing to perfect President Trump. It doesn't involve directly the potential in youth around missiles, it is still offended significant move, which is probably designed wants the specs to remind the United States that North Korea is still a power to be reckoned with even if it's not completely in your face move. And it was instructive I suppose that sources from within the US government have said the work doesn't seem particularly alarming which depending on. I look at things you can take great reassurance from o- some some concern. Did you think that would have been? I don't know if not explicit may be tested acknowledgement from US represented. Gives who were with Trump in Hanoi that they would have expected to see movement as a sort of reverse quid pro quo for the fact that those talks didn't end as both parties presumably wanted quite possible. It may even be the case that the North Koreans or some North Korean sources privately told their opposite numbers this was ongoing and part of the normal process of in crew in cruzi improving North Korea's role in space and space research and space communications the problem. Of course, is that any kind of system which is involved in satellite, launches will have the kind of power. The can also be used full ballistic missiles of pretty long range..

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"tung chung" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"tung chung" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Sheriff's deputies say a suspect accused of assaulting a woman in salmon creek was found dead inside a home deputies were called to northeast tenth avenue in one forty nine th street last. Last night by a woman who says her boyfriend assaulted her as ws approach the home to contact the suspect gunshots from inside the swat team was called in when the enter the house. They found the suspect dead. His name has not been released. The Oregon legislature has reached a settlement with nine women who say they were sexually harassed at the state capital eleven Xs Bradford has more investigation into sexual harassment of the Oregon state capital started. When state Senator Sarah gals for accused Senator Jeff crews and sexual misconduct. Crews resigned his seat the Oregon bureau of labor and industries launched an investigation found several women had been harassed by a variety of people at the capital. It was determined to be a hostile work environment. Nine women are part of the one point one billion dollars settlement. The legislature is now considering bills to correct the problem. One Bill would create an equity office that would handle the complaints and sexual harassment training for everyone working at the capital is North Korea gearing up its long range missile program. Once again for an experts reportedly say, so it was Tom rivers reports from the foreign desk, South Korea's national intelligence. Services provided the assessment about the Tung Chung relaunch side to lawmakers during a private briefing. There's been no immediate response from the north a website. Specializing in North Korean studies sites commercial satellite imagery is indicating that efforts to rebuild some structures at the site started sometime after mid February US customs and border protection says children and families are crossing the southern border in record numbers border officials released new arrest data on Tuesday. Brian Hastings is the US border patrol chief of operations seventy percent of all those were resting or from the northern triangle, water Malla, all Salvador, Honduras agents, apprehended more than thirty six thousand families up more than three hundred percent over the same time period last year, CJ McCollum scored twenty seven points and Damian Lillard twenty four but the trailblazers fell one twenty to one eleven to the grizzlies in Memphis. The blazers will host Oklahoma City tomorrow night coverage of the game begins at five thirty with tip off at seven thirty. On the home of the blazers rip city sports radio six twenty. I'm Anna, Eriksson, NewsRadio eleven ninety. Watch.

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"tung chung" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:12 min | 2 years ago

"tung chung" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro, and Mary Louise Kelley if all goes to plan one week from today. President Trump will be in Hanoi Vietnam, preparing to sit down for a second summit with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN so far. This one is coming together with decidedly less drama than the first time. These two met you may recall just days before last year summit and Singapore Trump called off. And then suddenly it was back on this time. Trump's tone is less heated and on the substance and the central US demand that North Korea give up nuclear weapons, the president has been tempering expectations is no testing, I'm a no Russia. This testing that's another appeal, but there has been no testing. So where does that leave expectations for this summit in our studio to discuss is Frank m he was senior adviser for North Korea at the defense department during the Obama. Administration. Welcome good to be here. So start with what we just heard from the president. I just a quick fact check. He's right. There has been no testing since the Singapore. Summit correct. Yes. That's correct. Okay. And when you hear him say, he's he's in no rush. Should we read into that? While I'm speculating here. But I think he is trying to create the impression that he is not desperate for denuclearization that he can walk away from a deal. If it's not good for the US. I don't think that was the best way to phrase it because it sends the wrong message that the US government is okay with a nuclear North Korea as long as it doesn't conduct provocations. I was gonna ask me isn't he desperate for North Korea to denuclearize mean? That has been the US position for many years now when negotiating with North Korea was the complete verifiable irreversible denuclearization. Well, I think President Trump certainly is looking for a foreign policy victory. And it's interesting that you've seen a radical shift in his policy. Towards North Korea over the last six months, I think that's probably actually a helpful indication of what's to come at Hanoi explained that what's the radical shift you so previous administrations and the Trump administration at least earlier on had always said that they demanded denuclearization from North Korea. First before they would be willing to discuss peace and normalization, but in the remarks from Stephen begin who's a special represent for North Korea may remarks at Stafford a few weeks ago, and he said that the US is committed to pursuing denuclearization. But also peace talks in parallel, and that would be a market shift from the policy that we pursue in the past. So if I'm hearing you right? It sounds as though in your view, the US is walking into the summit with a radically different starting point than it did last year on it before the Singapore summit, President Trump described it by saying that it would be a get to know you meeting, plus so, and that's a very superficial just establishing the relationship with Kim Jong UN, it's I actually had very low expectations. Out of Singapore. We're now eight months later, I think a ally the ideas have had a chance to marinate a little bit more. You're hearing more reports about potential concessions from both sides that gives us a little more optimism going into Hanoi with his backdrop, what does the US want from this summit in Vietnam next week what would count as a US win tangible outcome. So we need to see something that demonstrates that. North Korea is denuclearizing one. I think right off the bat is to reaffirm their dismantlement of their nuclear test site at from Gary and missile test site at Tung Chung ni also the permanent dismantlement of their main nuclear facility that would be a big step to go. Even further a commitment to freeze or cap their production of fissile material on ballistic missiles that would be a significant win for us as well. What is North Korea one right now their main interest is to get some sanctions relief. I don't think we need to give up all of the sanctions immediately or dismounted. But I think it'd be helpful to get some initial steps. Also, they would very much. Appreciate a declaration confirming that the crane war is officially over. That would be something that can could take to his domestic public to convince them that there's a new environment on the peninsula. So bottom line, you said you were skeptical about the Singapore summit where are you a week or so out from Vietnam? Well, I think it's a false choice to be too optimistic about progress, especially in the context of North Korea. But I don't think we need to swing for the fences here, I think a single is good enough as long as we keep the the rally going for diplomatic momentum. I think that'd be a success Frank former senior Pentagon adviser, he's now with the us institute of peace. Thank you. Thank you. When President Trump and North Korean leader, Kim Jong undiscussed. Gusty nuclearization in Hanoi. They are likely to focus on one North Korean nuclear facility in particular NPR's. Jeff Brumfield introduces us to it. It's called the young young nuclear research center. This is really the oldest best known nuclear facility in all of North Korea. Jeffrey Lewis is a scholar at the Middlebury institute of international studies at Monterey, you know. It's basically a small city. There's quite a lot of housing for scientists and workers there are many facilities, including a nuclear reactor that can produce plutonium a giant facility designed to extract impure FAI that plutonium and a separate modern facility filled with centrifuges for enriching uranium plutonium and uranium are both used in nuclear bombs sig Hecker is a former nuclear weapons scientists now Stanford University, he's one of the few westerners who's visited young. And he says it's pretty Spartan. Yeah. Most important party was. Called. This was January in young and particularly what was striking. It was colder inside the buildings than outside the buildings on other trips. Hecker saw scientists growing their own vegetables and using primitive safety equipment while working in potentially dangerous areas, but he is convinced they young beyond is effective it producing material for nuclear weapons, these facilities may be old, but they're functional and the people were professional and very competent. If the north does give up young van as it suggested, it might in statements. They would significantly curtail their abilities to continue the nuclear weapons program. Of course, it doesn't mean that they're giving up their bums because I'm quite certain the bombs are not in young beyond Hecker estimates North Korea's current nuclear arsenal. Several dozen weapons that are stored somewhere else North Korea. It is also believed to have covert facilities where it can make your radium for nuclear weapons on top of all that. It's not clear what giving up young beyond would mean. Last year North Korea closed its underground nuclear test site by dynamiting, the entrances in front of foreign journalists. But foreign inspectors were never allowed to examine the site. I John pack with the Brookings Institution. Says that North Korea is paranoid about foreigners. North Korea does not want people running around their country looking at their nuclear facilities or their missile facilities, but young Dan is a big technically complex site. It can't just be blown up pack believes that any deal should include inspections. It will be a big change at a good signpost of North Korean sincerity on denuclearization. If they did allow inspectors into their facilities. Those inspectors would probably be lead in in exchange for some kind of sanctions relief, and perhaps a peace declaration between North Korea and the US which have remained formerly at war since an armistice in nineteen Fifty-three for now. Jeffrey Lewis says the satellite photos indicate the reactors running making more Pluto. Oh, neom for nuclear bombs. You know, it's really business as usual at Yongbyon at the moment people will show up for work and material comes in. It looks pretty much like it's looked for the last ten or fifteen years. It remains to be seen whether a second summit can change that Jeff Brumfield NPR news, Washington, Southwest Airlines canceled more flights today than usual and not just because of the harsh winter weather sweeping across much of the country, the airline has double the number of planes out of service because of unspecified mechanical issues as NPR's David Schaper reports southwest management is pointing the finger at the airlines mechanics union amid a long-running labor dispute Southwest Airlines cancelled at least four hundred forty flights today that's more than eleven percent scheduled nationwide. At one of the reasons is that the airline has about forty planes out of service due to mechanical problems. That's double the normal number at any given time experts say, it's unusual. Most of the time. You can predict the types of work that you're going to be have to be accomplished on an aircraft. That's why airlines use maintenance programs rather than spot Maitland or things like that. That's Bill Waldoch professor of aviation safety science at Embry riddle aeronautical university Waldoch notes that planes that aren't flying. Passengers are not making money so with so many planes grounded Southwest's chief operations officer declared an operational emergency. Basically, it's all hands on deck. Yeah. They want everybody. Available to try to get the airplanes maintenance as fast as they can. That means cancelling time off mandatory overtime for mechanics. And in a statement last night southwest COO called out the mechanics union pledging to launch an investigation into why so many planes are being pulled out of service all at once. His statement added that the aircraft mechanics fraternal association with represents Southwest's twenty four hundred mechanics has a history of work disruptions communication. I didn't feel very southwest. Like, you always think of southwest is fun. And and not a serious, right? Snyder writes about the airline industry on his cranky flier blog from their perspective. This is something they think is necessary to make sure that the fleet is sticks and flying, but it certainly would be taken by the union as a shot across the bow. It's going to ratchet up tension. I would think the airline in the mechanics union have been contract negotiations for six years with no new agreement did site as for tension today. The union fired back at management accusing it of scapegoating maintenance technicians, it characterizes the airlines linking of the operational emergency to contract talks as simply an attempt to divert attention away from the airline safety issues. So should southwest. Passengers be concerned breath. Snyder says no that's just labor to go. Patients. This is this is almost a standard pattern. You know, one side will claim safety issues and the other side will push back. And I it's it's part of the tug of war experts say neither side, whatever do anything unsafe with one saying he'd have no problem. Getting on a southwest.

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"tung chung" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"tung chung" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Imbalance. Inbound has come to Justin signing across the right side right side quarter, quirks crosspoint delivery, pods baseline for out of the corner. Shot is up. No good. And the rebound. And that's it. Villa Nova that whole Saint John seventy six seventy one here at the pavilion. John minko on these Saint John's IMG radio Neville shares at the voting. Villanova cat campus. I think so. Yeah, I did a couple of games their way back when they don't play. The what's it called the Wachovia center and figuring how big is that building that? I don't know. I'd say ten thousand maybe. I did. Yeah. It was packed. It was loud is actually pretty cool that you've got Seton Hall taking on Butler. Rutgers taking on number sixteen Ohio State and number one Duke did beat Wake Forest eighty seven sixty five Zairean Williamson thirty points. Every you see six steals. I think couple of blocks. Yeah. He was you know, what he got angry because someone called them. I don't know what it was. There was like this whole thing. All he does is dunk or something. And then he went out and he threes. He was turnaround jumpers season. That's the Knicks billion dollar player. Right there, boys. That's the guy. You want a guy that you could you know, obviously, it's going to be here for hopefully, the next fifteen to twenty years to mazing how we moved songs ridiculous. This is not this is not out of the realm of possibility that you're telling your coach, look, we gotta have a chance at this guy. We've got our franchise a legitimate shot at this guy. This guy is a generational player. Right. I mean that NBA draft lottery because he's now like the consensus number one. And I it was like he's going to be hammer. Barrett now Zion that draft lottery night when we know what's going to happen with ping pong balls. Could be the biggest moment New York sports scene. No, no, no. Also most anticipated big David Stern made sure that we got Patrick Ewing. Yes. I mean, it could change everything. And it could be a boss. Hey quickly. Let's go to Gary in Pennsylvania. Gary what's happening, brother, boomer? How you doing? What's going on? Boomer. I I enjoyed your career. And thank you for the memories. Hey, listen, do you think that the Bengals can position themselves now for the twenty twenty one drafts and getting Trevor Lawrence by hiring? You Jackson mount. That'd be that'd be good idea. Actually, good job. Gary. I like that. Terrible. Yankees pitcher c c Sabathia cleared to resume baseball activities. He had a heart procedure last month to unclogging artery. We've got what today's the ninety five weeks before pitchers and catchers report to spring training. So we can start doing Barry man, something like that happens to a guy and his heart. You know, what I would do if I were the cardinals was thinking about which cardinals Arizona has just doing. I know that I just I just just popped my head. I would trade Josh Rosen. Keep my first pick and take twain Haskins. I would. Oh how Josh Rosen went over? What the what the club in the team? And all that other stuff. You know, you remember? Awful him coming out of the draft. Everybody said he was kind of prickly indifferent. And all right. I wonder how that whole thing went down. So all right. So you like has gins better than Rosenberg you like him better than darnold Mayfield out. Rosen. I would take any one of the four. Let's put it that way Rosen thing, I'm just I'm not sold on Rosen that bad or was it because the team was that bad because his numbers. I know that after one year that just tells you that they saw dysfunction they saw guy that couldn't stand in front of fifty three and get the most out of them that they were unprepared. There are a lot of mistakes that we didn't see that they saw and they had to get out from under it as quickly as possible. And that's what they did. So fair to say we learn nothing about rose in the first year. I saw enough of him playing where he can make every throw. There's no question about that. You just gotta worry about the personality the personality going to be one. That's I think Sam darnold is really got the great personality. I think his teammates love them. You could tell that. I think they love Baker Mayfield up include when I feel that way about Josh Rosen in buffalo. Josh Josh Allen in buffalo. I feel like those three guys in those three cities are are really liked and respected by their teammates. I don't know about Josh Rosen yet. I and maybe cliff Kingsbury will bring the best out in him or they will seriously consider trading him and draft and this kid from now will come on. One year. Very few times guys like this come around. Then. Why you're all in? More and more. So. Got it. In the last year there were four guys in the first round. Now, you got this guy. And then next year you got to the year. I don't know, you know, but don't be so like sold onto it just yet this. Let's let's wait. I I don't I think he looks awkward to be honest with the other the other kid I do like that. I haven't really gotten to know all that. Well, yet Daniel Jones gift from Duke. He's yeah. He's a six foot five to one hundred twenty five pound player to tangle of our. Of Iowa by Ola lower. It's tug of Lois. And trying to tell me, it's vilo viola. No, he goes by one zero by law. To a tunnel Lebowa turnover. Turnover by to talk about. To a tunnel Bilo. Michael. We're here to Tung Chung of I all thank you. Hunger. Viola Tunga biolab tunnel. Evola. Turn go by Ola to turn viola to viola. Adhere lucky? I have a good sesame..

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"tung chung" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"tung chung" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Adam Kaufman, David price allowed three homers and a ten one Red Sox. Lost to the Yankees win. Tonight means division, title patriots resigned. Cyrus Jones and added Korey Coleman to the practice squad Timberwolves star Jimmy Butler wants out of Minnesota now to a summit. The rest of the world was keeping an eye on South Korea's president has returned home following his third summit with north. Korean leader, Kim Jong UN we spoke with correspondent bells them for about. What was accomplished? So what was accomplished here? Well, the two did agree to a proclamation that agrees to some things that North Korea has been looking to do that. We've been pushing for them to do North Korea has reportedly agreed to permanently shut down a missile engine test site and a launchpad at Tung Chung re I end allow inspectors in to check that out. And they say they are ready to dismantle the young beyond nuclear facility, if the United States takes reciprocal action. Now, we've heard all these things be four but word out of South Korea. Now is really boiling down to what has been the sticking point here. A South Korean spokesman in Seoul says that this deadlock between the United States and North Korea is due to the US position that a peace treaty to end the Korean war can only come after denuclearization North Korea would like to have that peace treaty done as soon as. Possible then saying we can all negotiate ban on a basis of peace yesterday. President Trump hailed the summit a former youth football coach norwell is charged with sexual exploitation of children. Derek Sheehan is currently in state custody on related charges, pending and hang them, which include three counts of aggravated rape of a child in August authorities see several electronic devices that she ends home. That revealed evidence of child porn. He faces up to thirty years in prison. The judge overseeing Bill Cosby's assault trial says he can continue to assess the case in an impartial manner. CBS's? Pam Coulter has more the judge and Bill Cosby sexual assault trial has turned down a defense motion to step aside from the case ahead of sentencing. Camille Cosby and her husband's attorneys had argued the judge Steven O'Neill had a grudge against a pretrial witness. A former prosecutor who had declined to charge Cosby years before the eighty one year old comedian sentencing hearing begins. Monday. He could get anything from probation to a thirty year prison term for molesting Andrea Constand in two thousand four Pam Coulter. CBS news, a Luke warm response from European leaders regarding British Prime Minister, Theresa May's exit strategy from the UK British Prime minister seems to think it's her way or the highway.

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"tung chung" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"tung chung" Discussed on 790 KABC

"KABC news live and local at one o'clock. I'm rob marincos. The attorney for the woman who helped kidnap Elizabeth smart. Some sixteen years ago says a client will comply with all conditions of her release from prison. Wunderbar Z. Now, seventy two was released after serving a fifteen year sentence for kidnapping among the conditions of her release on federal probation are no contact with Elizabeth smart or any member of the smart family there. Our geographic restrictions Marzi. Can't be at certain places where the smart family might be and says her attorney, Scott Williams have conditions related to mental health monitoring treatment if necessary and complying with recommendations profession Williams, also says despite claims by Elizabeth smart and others. There is no evidence Barzi poses a threat or danger to anyone her probation and their conditions. Go through twenty twenty three. I'm Jim Roope orders for Christine and blahsy Ford say that before she testifies on Capitol Hill next week. She wants the FBI to investigate allegation that she was sexually assaulted by supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh Anita hill who testified before a Senate panel back in nineteen Ninety-one then supreme court Justice nominee Clarence Thomas had sexually harassed her. He tells ABC. News that an FBI in investigation is warranted. Absolutely. It's the right move. The hearing questions need to have a frame and the investigation is the best frame for that a neutral investigation that can pull together the facts create a record. So that the senators can draw on the information they receive to develop their question. Forecasters are predicting that some rivers in the northeastern part of South Carolina might not reach their highest levels until later this week or even next week rising floodwaters from hurricane Florence swept away a sheriff's van that was transporting to detainees to deputies made it out alive. But they couldn't get the detainees who died North Carolina's governors asking evacuate evacuees to wait a little bit longer before they head back home. Russian officials say a Syrian anti-aircraft fire did shoot down Russian. Military plane, but only because of an earlier Israeli attack fifteen Russian fighters aboard the plane were killed correspondent Matthew chance reports Russia media Syrian missiles shot down the maritime aircraft during an attack by Israeli jets in north west Syria flakes during an attack by his rating fighters against targets inside Syria. The Russians complained that these rallies that have deconfliction channels with the rush to prevent this kind of thing from happening did not give Russia adequate warning than that attack was gonna take place. The leaders of north and South Korea are saying that they've come to a lot of agreements today which said they were a major step toward peace on the Korean peninsula arrangements. Correspondent Paula Hancocks reports North Korean leader Kim Jong Hoon confirmed that agreement to close down one of its main engine test sites and missile launch sites. That North Korea is going to suck at Tung Chung, which is a.

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Syria accidentally shot down a Russian military plane

Dr. Drew Midday Live with Mike Catherwood

03:08 min | 2 years ago

Syria accidentally shot down a Russian military plane

"Russian officials say a Syrian anti-aircraft fire did shoot down Russian. Military plane, but only because of an earlier Israeli attack fifteen Russian fighters aboard the plane were killed correspondent Matthew chance reports Russia media Syrian missiles shot down the maritime aircraft during an attack by Israeli jets in north west Syria flakes during an attack by his rating fighters against targets inside Syria. The Russians complained that these rallies that have deconfliction channels with the rush to prevent this kind of thing from happening did not give Russia adequate warning than that attack was gonna take place. The leaders of north and South Korea are saying that they've come to a lot of agreements today which said they were a major step toward peace on the Korean peninsula arrangements. Correspondent Paula Hancocks reports North Korean leader Kim Jong Hoon confirmed that agreement to close down one of its main engine test sites and missile launch sites. That North Korea is going to suck at Tung Chung, which is a

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"tung chung" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:31 min | 2 years ago

"tung chung" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Alarm the chief Brexit negotiators signals. That Brussels is ready to offer Britain and improve proposal on how to address the issue of the Irish border with Northern Ireland and setting the record straight. Can I sit in that chair now and watch my yell is gonna do that for certain that chair? I'm sitting in here. This time a street rider in the show's producers debate puppet, sexuality, that's all. After the news. Hello. I'm David Harper. With the BBC news at the end of a two-day summit with the North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN the South Korean president has had young young is prepared to close its missile launch facility at Tung Chung rating and the experts supervision, moon Jae in added that Pyongyang was prepared to take additional steps such causing its main young beyond nuclear complex, if the United States took reciprocal measures. Laura bicker is in. So if independent inspectors are late into the borders of North Korea to see the destruction of this missile test site would be a huge victory for president me when he went tip young young certainly here in Seoul. And elsewhere around the world, there's an element of skepticism that Kim Jong is not genuine perhaps the South Korean president wanted this too much. Well, if he manages to get those independent experts into the country, then that would be a huge win. A lawyer for the woman who accuses the US supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh of sexual assault says that her client won't testify before the Senate until the FBI carry out a probe into the allegations. Christine Blasi Ford has been asked to testify before the judiciary committee on Monday. But the committee chairman said there was no reason to postpone the session on correspondent Peter Bowes reports speaking through her lawyers Christine blassie Ford says an investigation should be the first step before she's put on national television to relive what she describes as a traumatic and hurling incident while she doesn't rule out the possibility of appearing before the Senate Judiciary committee on Monday plans for the hearing have been thrown into doubt. Earlier Republican senators said professor Ford have been offered the opportunity to appear as either a public or private hearing. The Chinese Premier Li Xiang has said the world is at a crossroads and must choose between. Protectionism. And globalization comments come as the trade dispute between China and the United States continues to escalate speaking as a world economic form event in Chan Jin, Mr Lee said it was essential. That the principles of multi-lateralism were upheld. The charity save the children says renewed fighting in Yemen has left another one million children at risk of famine. The focus of the latest clashes is the rebel-held port city of her data, which is a vital lifeline Yemen's population. Niamey grimly has more the battle for the city of data could have serious knock-on effects in a country where five point two million children are now fought to be at risk of famine and half of all children are stunted safe. Their children is particularly worry that if the port is damaged or temporarily closed by fighting feed and fuel prices will rise further than they already have an hundreds of thousands of miles nourish children will be unable to get the meals. They need to. To stay alive. He'd be seen us investigators looking into alleged sexual assaults carried out by California surgeon and his girlfriend say the suspect that could be hundreds more victims grant, William Robichaud and sherzer Laura Riley which last week after claims they attacked two women. They met at a bar and restaurant in two thousand sixteen but prosecutors said thousands and thousands of videos of potential victims were found on the defendant's phones. A British satellite has successfully deployed a net in space to demonstrate how to capture human may debris stuck in orbit around the earth. It's part of a series of trials showcasing ways of removing around seven thousand five hundred tons of space junk, which is increasingly posing a risk to satellites. A new study says the public view of wasps as annoying and dangerous pests is unfair and recommends a PR campaign to change perceptions writing in the journal ecological entomology, researchers say wasps are just as ecologically useful as Bs as pallet gauche reports wall Spicer among the least love of insects. According to the new study, the most common words that came to mind among those surveyed with sting annoying and dangerous compare those with the words most frequently associated with bees, Honey, flowers and pollination, but wasps also pollinate flowers as well as killed pests because people run aware of all the good things they do. They're regarded as nuisances the American children's TV show Sesame Street has been moved to refute claims by a former writer that characters Burton Ernie are a gay couple. Mark Saltzman said he'd always envisaged the cohabiting known for their close onscreen reporter being a loving relationship. But the show stressed valve the puppets do not have sexual orientation in response. Social media uses have pointed to various examples of heterosexual puppet relationships including the Muppets miss piggy. And have passion for covet, the frog. BBC news. Hello. You're listening to the newsroom from the BBC World Service with me Emilio San Pedro. Let's begin in Washington where Republican senators say, there's no reason to delay next week's hearing on President Trump supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh despite the accusations of sexual assault against him. Christine Blasi Ford says she was assaulted by Mr. Cavanaugh in the nineteen eighties claim he's denied her lawyer says she won't appear before the US Senate Judiciary committee unto Mr. Cavanaugh has been investigated by the FBI a position backed by Democrats on the committee senior White House adviser, Kellyanne Conway has said it's important that the accuser be given an opportunity to testify. But in a TV interview a short while ago. She said there was no reason for delay by invitation as air from the city insuring later trying to make it as easy as possible. She she can do it privately. Five days made good on the requests at her. That she would like to testify very theory. Judge cavenaugh is ready now lawyers for MRs Blasi.

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"tung chung" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"tung chung" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Records the sham price of. Tung Chung plunged by the maximum daily limit of ten percent on Tuesday President Xi Jinping said that has called for an immediate investigation. After regulators accused the company of fabricating data on its rabies vaccine and supplying substandard versions of others And the former White. House spokesman Sean Spicer has admitted that as he put it he screwed up when he claimed that President, Trump's inauguration last year drew record crowds he was speaking to. The BBC in his first UK broadcast interview since he resigned a year ago I think what I was trying to do and clearly not well was changed. The focus from. The number of people attending it to focus on the total audience, that had. Watched it and I thought we were much safer ground there. Then trying to focus on the number of people in different areas of the National Mall here. In Washington I did not clearly do, a very good job of that Mr. Spicer denied that, President Trump was to blame for the proliferation of what's become known as fake news. Saying the media would responsible for errors and full story's BBC news you're listening to the newsroom from the BBC World Service, with me not Jalil we start in Greece where forest fires. Raging near the capital Athens have killed at least twenty people and injured more than one hundred more Most of the victims died, in their. Homes or their cars some believe to be tourists these people. In the holiday resort of Mattie were trapped by the fire as it spread What can I say it's, over we are alive and that's what's important Thankfully the see was there and we went into the. Sea because the flames were chasing, us all the way through. The water it, reminded me of, the eruption it's won't pay exactly that and I. Said oh my. God we, must run to save ourselves and nothing else it was terrible the fires the worst in Greece for more than. A decade have led to a motorway being. Closed and trains being, canceled people are being advised to leave their. Homes the Greek Prime? Minister Alexis. Tsipras is presiding, over the emergency response We will do whatever is. Humanly possible in order to control the fires despite that I'm concerned that the symbol ten. Years, outbreaks both east and west of Attica correspondent Andrew plant has been following this story and Andrew the scale of this disaster. Huge that's right yes he extremely, serious I'm afraid just overnight. The number of, people killed has, gone from four up to ten then jumped to. Twenty and now. They're saying, at least twenty so looking very serious there we know this more than one hundred people have been injured including. We're told sixteen children if you look at. Pictures from the area, around Monte on the east coast of Greece You see trees. On fire you, see those fees are very close to lots of homes the sky is full. Of orange smoke and there's large parts of the. Horizon on fire and as you said the roads that have been blocked, by the sheer amount of calls she's trying to leave the, area Marty looks like. The worst place that's right. On the. Coast. And it looks like quite a lot of people, that got trapped by ring of fire some. Of these people who have tried to leave by road and we think some of those who've been killed were..

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"tung chung" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"tung chung" Discussed on Female Criminals

"In our last episode we covered shiugead chows early years in her family's home village of shazad gong china just outside the city of tung chung in one thousand nine hundred five gin chow was devastated to learn that her father military leadership kong bean had been executed on the battlefield by soon thuan fong a notorious warlord to make matters worse twenty long publicly displayed kong beans severed head in a crowded train station june chow new immediately that chouan fung had to die for dishonoring her father for years jen chow tried to find a suitable male member of her family to execute soon tron fung on her behalf finally jin chao realized she would have to take matters into her own hands and on a rainy day in november nineteen thirty five twenty nine year old shoe gin chow walked into the buddhist society that soon schwann fung founded and shot him in the back of the head in front of a crowd of people immediately after the shooting jen chow distributed mimeographed copies of a poem she wrote a short statement of intent and a longer more detailed account of why she was justified in killing soon thuan fong with the police on their way gin chow surrendered to the janitor our last episode ended with her arrest today's episode will focus on shenzhen chows trial in the ensuing media circus as well as the final sentencing for her crime as jin chao was processed and take into her jail cell in the coastal city of chen jin word of her crime spread quickly she seemed relatively unbothered by what she saw as a temporary incarceration and said in interviews she was well fed and pass the time reading or writing poetry chinese prisons had been improved and modernized in the nineteen twenties and we're co ed but segregated by gender women were assigned tasks like sewing and weaving jin chow mostly kept to herself while she waited to walk away a free woman the only trial outcome she believed was just but jin chao was far from a typical inmate the day of her arrest she held her first press conference with the press hanging on her every word she tearfully explained why it was so important to distribute her writings in the labor to society after she shot soon schwank fung jentzsch ow told reporters quote because i thought soons coming and going would involve bodyguards and that it was not in the cards for me to survive my small pamphlets would make known my heart's intent even if i were to die and quote her manipulation of the press and of the public sympathy had begun in earnest but what nobody realized at the time was that the defense not only plan to argue their case in a court of law they were also going to try it in the court of public opinion and this press conference served as their opening remarks before we start to delve into gin chow psychology i just want to give a brief disclaimer vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for this show according to preston knees article published in psychology today a tactic sometimes used by the most cunning manipulators is manipulative victimhood by painting themselves as a victim the manipulator is able to exploited others sense of duty and obligation or protective and nurturing instinct in order to extract unreasonable benefits and concessions in this case jen chow acknowledged she committed a crime but painted herself as a victim many times over exactly she was first victimized when sean fung killed her father leaving her to take care of her mother and younger siblings and now she was being victimized a second time by facing serious prison time or even the death penalty if the prosecution sought it for doing what filial piety dictated she must avenging her father jen chow new the average news reader would identify with her loyalty which would make them more likely to feel sympathetic towards her rather than demand that she be punished if the public was on her side she.

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"tung chung" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

05:30 min | 3 years ago

"tung chung" Discussed on Female Criminals

"On facebook and instagram at par cast and on twitter at par cast network showed gin chow was a military officers daughter in early twentieth century china after her father was brutally murdered in battle by a rival officer gin chow enacted revenge by publicly assassinating the man responsible her trial made national headlines and inspired public debate about the rule of law versus more traditional ideas of filial duty show gin chow was born schick galon in the city of tung chung china in one thousand nine hundred six she grew up in her incestuous village shahzad gone just outside the city jen chow was her parents second child and the first girl the family would grow to eventually include three younger brothers and a younger sister shoe jin chelsea grandfather was a farmer who sold beancurd at market but the family social and economic status was elevated by the fact that gin chow's father shirk com bean was a decorated soldier show jen chow's childhood took place at the end of the ching dynasty which had ruled china for three centuries in the early twentieth century several european countries and russia took control of china's coasts the ching armies united with a working class rebellion to try and defeat the economic invasion ultimately the rebellion failed and the last emperor abdicated the throne the void left behind was filled with unstable shifts in political power and leadership by nineteen sixteen when jianchao was ten years old china was left without a central government this was the perfect opportunity for regional warlords to attempt to seize power a decade of violence between warlord groups or cliques began while all this happened should jianchao grew up not much has been written about her early years but we do know that she was educated alongside her brother's a benefit of the family's newly acquired privilege her education would have covered subjects ranging from poetry and the rest of the confucian classics to literature knitting and embroidery and whether as part of her education or as a tale pass through generations in china she also would have learned about the legend of while milan although american audiences may be most familiar with disney's retelling the legend of mulan is believed to have existed for more than a thousand years before should jenchou was even born if you're interested in taking a deeper dive into the original story of milan you can find it on the park cast show tales for shit jentzsch chow wa malang story of a daughter who poses as a boy to take her elderly father's place as soldier would have underscored the confucian idea of filial piety filial piety or respectful devotion to one's parents emphasized the importance of voiding disgrace or loss of honor to the family it was central to the family structure in traditional chinese households the foundation of video piety is the idea that parents have sacrificed for their children's survival and wellbeing as a result children must obey serve an honor their parents regardless of personal cost or sacrifice this begins to repay their debt for all their parents particularly their fathers have done for them although filial piety was mostly a mainstay in families that followed confucianism historian hugh dr baker points out that respect for family is the only element common to almost all chinese belief systems the philosophy of filial piety originated with confucius and was made up of three components or obediences which included the imperative that an unmarried woman be strictly obedient to her father and treat him with extreme reverence for thousands of years the rules of the three obediences defined a patriarchal social order in china and made filial piety a moral obligation before we start to delve into shit jentzsch house psychology i just wanna give a brief disclaimer vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for this show most of the psychology will be talking about is from a western perspective but it's interesting to note that filial piety ties into what dr connie s chen professor america university of massachusetts boston describes as the most obvious difference between asian culture and western psychology the importance of the family as a whole this is common in collectivistic cultures like china where the needs of the group are commonly placed above individual concerns in this case the group would be shed jentzsch house family as a decorated soldier shook on being was an asset on the.

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"tung chung" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"tung chung" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Happens nothing wrong with that approach now if it happens if it comes to pass that you have north korea come to the table well one of the questions is going to have to get asked is does that mean president trump's approach was right north korea comes to the table and sits down north korea south korea got to figure japan's give me in that conversation china is going to be i probably in on a conversation the united states some mix therein was trump right was trump by poking him was trump by not kowtowing to him was trump by not willing to shy away from him deed he bring a pressure to bear to get us to this moment and who will give him credit for such a thing if that is indeed true well it's going to have to get asked how does this happen the move during the olympics which was by the way this buys by the south koreans only american media loved the fact that the north koreans were part of the hockey team and that they had the they were under the joint flag for a lot of it only american media the south koreans they hate these people they despise these people then again there was so much of of of a a lack of cultural understanding done by nbc and it started with and i read this now and a couple of places but since i don't speak any to any extent any level of korean i can't verified i know you're shocked it's true i listen i know i know my uh my limitations we have all called it pyong jiang the olympics to place in pyongyang it's not pm gem tung chung nbc didn't know it wasn't beyond jiang what's the matter the american saw p of chang's of bigger that's the only chiang they ever heard up they will know how to pronounce a young chung there was a cb there was a a you know a a cbs affiliate in chicago pros navy abc affiliate something like that that put up the olympic logo and instead of saying pyong chang they put pf chang's that's where do you this happens this happened on television and.

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"tung chung" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"tung chung" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the bbc of our complete range of programmes durtoux bbcworldservicecom but what slash podcast welcome to the latest global news recorded at fourteen hours gmt on tuesday the second of january i'm jackie leonard with a selection of highlights from across bbc world service news today coming up the supreme leader of iran says his country's foreign enemies have been funding the protests of the pulse week old those who are against the islamic republic those who have money those who are in politics those who ram security bodies all of them have theme that to cause trouble it's his first comment on the unrest also south korea has formally proposed high level talks with north korea next week mumbled about drawn job tung chung we look forward to candidly discussing mutual interest from both sides face to face the controversy over unamerican youtube star who shed a video of a japanese suicide victim with his fifteen million subscribers and why regulations in the us separating olckers from whalewatching boats seemed to be worked fessel incidence running into wales has been reduced significantly so that the hope is that this will continue to work and help with the whales be protected and be able to access food we begin this podcast were the ongoing protests in iran i am those are the sounds of protesters setting giant posters if the leadership now iran's supreme leader ayatollah ali khamenei has blamed enemies of his country for founding the protests which have gained strength over the last few days jawara you guys will your inchon gujral was really the only have looking at the events of the past few days old those who are against the islamic republic low those who have money those who are in politics those who owned weapons those who ram security bodies all of them have theme that to cause trouble for the islamic establishment the islamic republic and islamic revolution used louis wrangling over slowing moisture little on the comments on his official website on his first since a wave of antigovernment protests started last thursday since then state media say at least twenty people have died correspondence geog goal is following developments will obviously supreme leader is is a typical accusation liquids.

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"tung chung" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"tung chung" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the bbc of our complete range of programmes durtoux bbcworldservicecom but what slash podcast welcome to the latest global news recorded at fourteen hours gmt on tuesday the second of january i'm jackie leonard with a selection of highlights from across bbc world service news today coming up the supreme leader of iran says his country's foreign enemies have been funding the protests of the pulse week old those who are against the islamic republic those who have money those who are in politics those who ram security bodies all of them have theme that to cause trouble it's his first comment on the unrest also south korea has formally proposed high level talks with north korea next week mumbled about drawn job tung chung we look forward to candidly discussing mutual interest from both sides face to face the controversy over unamerican youtube star who shed a video of a japanese suicide victim with his fifteen million subscribers and why regulations in the us separating olckers from whalewatching boats seemed to be worked fessel incidence running into wales has been reduced significantly so that the hope is that this will continue to work and help with the whales be protected and be able to access food we begin this podcast were the ongoing protests in iran i am those are the sounds of protesters setting giant posters if the leadership now iran's supreme leader ayatollah ali khamenei has blamed enemies of his country for founding the protests which have gained strength over the last few days jawara you guys will your inchon gujral was really the only have looking at the events of the past few days old those who are against the islamic republic low those who have money those who are in politics those who owned weapons those who ram security bodies all of them have theme that to cause trouble for the islamic establishment the islamic republic and islamic revolution used louis wrangling over slowing moisture little on the comments on his official website on his first since a wave of antigovernment protests started last thursday since then state media say at least twenty people have died correspondence geog goal is following developments will obviously supreme leader is is a typical accusation liquids.

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