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Fresh update on "wong" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

02:14 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "wong" discussed on All Things Considered

"We take alphabetical order for granted but it's a relatively new way to classify the things we hold dear Judith Flanders is a social historian and senior research fellow at the university of Buckingham and she joins us to discuss how alphabetizing came to be why it took so long to take hold and what makes it a symbol of western knowledge That's next time on think Tonight at 11 on 90.1 W ABE George's primary elections ain't special from the U.S. Senate to statewide and local races Join us for live analysis as a result come in Tomorrow night at 8 Live from NPR news I'm jeanine herbst in Texas at least two people are dead nearly a dozen are injured after a shooting at an elementary school about 85 miles from San Antonio You valde memorial hospital says 13 children arrived at their facility two had already died Authorities say a suspect is in custody but no further details have been released The CDC says some COVID-19 patients who take an antiviral pill may see their symptoms return after completing the course as empires ping Wong reports that doesn't mean people shouldn't take it More than 600,000 people have taken paxil a 5 day course of antiviral pills that help stop people with mild COVID from progressing to severe disease Some of those people seem to fully recover only to test positive and feel symptoms again two to 8 days after their initial recovery The CDC says these rebound cases have been mild and tend to resolve on their own after a couple of days Those who experience a rebound might still be contagious The CDC says if your symptoms come back or if you test positive again you should restart isolation for 5 days Still health officials say the benefits of taking paxil did outweigh the risks For COVID patients with risk factors it can keep them from getting seriously ill Ping Huang and PR news at the World Economic Forum and Davos Switzerland special representative envoy for climate John Kerry says Russia's war in Ukraine shouldn't derail global climate goals I.

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"wong" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

Netflix is A Daily Joke

07:59 min | Last month

"wong" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

"Having two C sections and being the breadwinner of my family has turned me into a 50 year old man. I had a colonoscopy a couple of years ago. That is some 50 year old man shit right there. What had happened was I all of a sudden got extremely bloated over a very short period of time. And it was so extreme to the point where I thought I was pregnant. Again. And I took a test, and it was negative. And then my o-b-gyn became very concerned that I was showing symptoms of ovarian cancer because it runs in my family. And so then she ordered a CT scan and the results came back and she said to me, okay, ally, well, you know the good news is that you don't have ovarian cancer, okay? And then, the bad news is that Ali, you are full of shit. Stop giggling, ally, stop it. This is serious, okay? On the report, the radiologist wrote the results are remarkable. Wish to me seemed like the radiologist give me an a plus plus. But she was like, no, that's bad. When the radiologist writes the results are remarkable, what that translates to is, oh my goodness, I don't understand how this tiny Vietnamese mom fit this football field of doodle inside of her body. I have never seen this in my 30 years as a radiologist and I can not wait to take screenshots of this to all my radiologist Friends. So then a GI specialist was called in and I saw her look at the results and she went like this. And then she turns to me and says, miss Wong, I am so sorry that I gasped in front of your face. That was so unprofessional of me. I know exactly who you are. Please do not talk about how I just did that on stage. But you know, I have to admit that I'm clearly alarmed by what I see here. You are backed up well into your small intestine. And I'm almost certain that there is some sort of mass and most likely a tumor that's causing all of this blockage. So we're going to have to perform a colonoscopy to see what's going on in there. I was like, why? You guys just did a CT scan. And she was like, yes, it is true that the whole point of a CT scan is to see inside of your body. But the lasers could it penetrate the Great Wall of shit that's inside of you. And they just ricocheted, bounced back into the machine, and now the Maschine is shook. So we're going to have to stick a camera up your ass. And I was so nervous, but what I didn't know was that right before the procedure, they give you propofol. And I have to say that as a working mother of two, getting to take a drug induced nap for an hour. Was well worth having a news crew up my butt. It was luxurious. When I woke up from the colonoscopy, I was like, I want another colonoscopy. And then it turned out that my colon was perfectly healthy. And I figured out that what caused that huge traffic jam was the summer before, I was shooting this movie called always be my maybe. Thank you. Yeah, it was it was this big ass deal because it was the first movie I had ever co written and starred in as the lead and I worked on it for 12 hours a day every day for 6 weeks straight and I was so busy that I forgot to take a shit. For 6 weeks, the movie shot in Vancouver and in San Francisco and I have no recollection of shitting in Vancouver or in San Francisco. I just straight up forgot. Something like that would never happen to a man. Men, you never forget to take a shit. Ever. Ever. How could you? When you sit on the toilet and have your sacred ritual, every morning, to summon the shit. You sit there from 8 a.m. to 8 30 a.m.. You sit there with all of your reading materials, your iPad battery, just burning up the sperm and your balls. You sit there at the most crucial time of the day when your wife and kids need you and the bathroom the most, you sit there to avoid reality and all of your responsibility and life. You're too scared to ask your wife for a long time. So instead, you just passively aggressively take it by chasing your wife and kids and the bathroom with the stank of your selfish ass shit. Women, we don't do that, okay? We have too much guilt and shake. To sit there every morning at the same time to summon the shit instead the shit comes to us at the most inconvenient time of the day. When we're in the middle of a meeting or on stage taping our third Netflix special. Well, when you feel that first turtle head peek out, you gotta squeeze your butt cheeks and set the poo poo back up into your generous loving self sacrificing soul. But then at some point, you gots to go. And then it's an emergency. It's always an emergency when a woman finally takes a shit. And that's why every women's public restroom looks like a post apocalyptic zombie nightmare. Where there's blood on the walls and pizza on the record player. Watch Ali Wong, Don Wong, only on Netflix, and don't forget to grab your tickets to see Ali and more of your favorite comedians at the Netflix as a joke festival, April 28th through May 8th in Los Angeles..

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"wong" Discussed on Asian American History 101

Asian American History 101

05:19 min | 2 months ago

"wong" Discussed on Asian American History 101

"He was the son of two immigrants from China who were, of course, aliens ineligible for citizenship even though they owned business in San Francisco and held permanent residents here. And according to the Fourteenth Amendment passed about 5 years prior to his birth, Wonka Mark was a U.S. citizen by birth. Unfortunately, things changed when the U.S. passed the Chinese exclusion act in 1882, and his parents decided to move permanently back to China in 1890, a little after they moved back. He decided to visit them in China. He returned to the U.S. and was allowed reentry by the customs officials in San Francisco because he was a native born citizen. Not believing there would be any issue. The 21 year old Wong decided to visit his parents again in 1894. Unfortunately, this time when he returned home in 1895, the U.S. customs officials denied him entry due to his role as a Chinese laborer, a classification that was barred by the Chinese exclusion act. And this was the conflict between the Fourteenth Amendment and the Chinese exclusion act. On one hand, there were some exceptions to birthright citizenship in the Fourteenth Amendment. But on the other hand, this wasn't clearly defined. And the Chinese exclusion act essentially set the Chinese up as foreigners who were unwanted. Not only were Chinese aliens ineligible for citizenship, but people questioned their allegiance to the U.S., believing that they actually still held allegiance to foreign sovereignty. So Wong Kim ark, who was born here and considered himself an American, appealed the decision by the customs officials to be specific, he appealed his denial of entry to the U.S. district court for the northern district of California. And you may be surprised to learn that the U.S. district court ruling on January 3rd, 1896, was actually in favor of Wong Kim ark. They decided that by virtue of having been born in the United States, he was legally a U.S. citizen. And they all lived happily ever after..

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Miami dominates No. 2 seed Auburn 79-61 to reach Sweet 16.

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Miami dominates No. 2 seed Auburn 79-61 to reach Sweet 16.

"The Duke blue devils in Miami hurricanes advance out of Greenville South Carolina in the west region number to see Duke wins against Michigan state eighty five seventy six at number ten seed Miami advances in the Midwest with a seventy nine sixty one win over Auburn you could overcome a seventy to sixty five deficit with Bible one to play getting nineteen points from Paulo bank Carol the wind is number twelve hundred in the coaching career of Mike Schur says ski it's a lot of wins against quality competition and that's what I'm most proud of it's not just the number of for instance the the amount that the competition that we've had in order to to win Miami gets twenty one points from Isaiah Wong in their upset win over number two seed Auburn I'm Mike Reeves

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"wong" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

Netflix is A Daily Joke

01:33 min | 4 months ago

"wong" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

"I can already see how a child can really take its toll on a marriage because the baby hasn't even come out yet. And I am already so resentful towards my husband. So much resentment, especially when he asked me to do shit around the house. Hey, can you wash the dishes? No. Can you water the plants? I am not doing Jack shit anymore. I'm busy making an eyeball, okay? Are you making a foot? I didn't think so. You changed the channel. I can already see how there's like this crazy double standard in our society of how it takes so little to be considered a great dad. And it also takes so little to be considered a shitty mom. People praise my husband for coming to all of my doctor's appointments with me. Oh my God, I can't believe he comes to all your doctor's appointments. He is so supportive. Guess who else has to go to those doctor appointments? Me. I'm the star of the show. There's nothing for the camera to see if I'm not there. But he's the hero for playing candy crush while I get my blood drawn. Meanwhile, if I do mushrooms, 7 months pregnant, I'm a bad mommy. Stream Ali Wong, baby cobra, only on Netflix..

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 US Mint begins shipping quarters honoring Maya Angelou

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

US Mint begins shipping quarters honoring Maya Angelou

"Friends friends can can get get your your hands hands on on a a Maya Maya Angelou Angelou quarter quarter pers pers will will be be the the first first in in a a series series of of queens queens in in the the American American women women quarters quarters program program the the U. U. S. S. mint mint has has already already begun begun shipping shipping the the twenty twenty five five cent cent pieces pieces around around the the country country and and there there is is definitely definitely no no discounting discounting Angelou's Angelou's cred cred the the author author poet poet and and civil civil rights rights activist activist rose rose to to fame fame with with her her and and book book I I know know why why the the caged caged bird bird sings sings in in nineteen nineteen sixty sixty nine nine she she received received the the presidential presidential medal medal of of freedom freedom in in twenty twenty ten ten four four years years before before her her death death at at age age eighty eighty six six other other women women featured featured in in the the quarter quarter series series include include the the first first woman woman astronaut astronaut Sally Sally ride ride and and Anna Anna may may Wong Wong the the first first Chinese Chinese American American film film star star in in Hollywood Hollywood I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel the the popular popular American American poet poet is is getting getting a a special special tribute tribute and and it's it's more more than than just just some some two two bit bit honor honor soon soon

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Spider-Man: No Way Home Review

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:02 min | 5 months ago

Spider-Man: No Way Home Review

"Eventually. What else do we have to see, sunny? Well, so the big movie out this weekend, and the big movie of the year really is Spider-Man: No Way Home. I mean, this movie is going to be an enormous enormous hit. I thought yesterday with a packed house at the Alamo drafthouse near me, audience loved it. Spider-Man, no way home, of course, our Spider-Man, it's got Tom Holland as Spider-Man. And if folks remember the end of the last movie, his identity had been revealed to the world by J Jonah Jameson who was playing a kind of Alex Jones like figure kind of conspiracy theorist, doing a very funny, very funny turn by J. K. Simmons. But this movie picks up right where that one left off. So everybody knows that Peter Parker is Spider-Man, Spider-Man and Peter Parker. He's got to try and figure out a way to get the world to forget about him and he turns to Doctor Strange, who has played by Benedict Cumberbatch, Benedict Cumberbatch, cashless spell that tries to reverse the race the knowledge that Peter Parker is Spider-Man from. Yeah, Doctor Strange should be smarter than this. You would think. He was warned not to cast the spell by his assistant slash sorcerer, the new sorcerer supreme Benedict Wong. And he does it anyway. He cast the spell in it. It messes up the very fabric of reality, villains from previous iterations of Spider-Man movies start pouring into Tom Holland's Spider-Man's universe, the green goblin, doctor octopus, the lizard electro. Hello, Peter. That's a great trailer, by the way. Hello. It's a really good trailer. I'm not giving away anything that's not in the trailer. I'm careful not to either. These are no spoilers here, really. And Peter's got to get Peter's got to get them back to their universe. That's all I'll say about that about a lot.

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"wong" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

Netflix is A Daily Joke

02:25 min | 6 months ago

"wong" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

"Him and I had been dating for four years. And I just had this sneaking suspicion that he was gonna propose. Because I had been pressuring him to do it. So, you know, I just had this wacky women's intuition. That's how proposals really work, okay? A woman has to incept the idea into the man's head. First passively, and then if he doesn't get the message, extremely aggressively. You gotta threaten to leave without ever actually leaving because you know that you're too old. And it's too late to go back out there and find a new man and start the whole manipulation cycle all over again. So you're like, I'm just gonna stick with this dude. Focus on trapping this dude. And just nag the shit out of him until he becomes weak and caves in and gets fed up and is like, shut the fuck up. Fine, will you marry me? And then afterwards, the woman is always like, oh my God. He proposed. It came out of nowhere. And look, he caught me the exact ring I wanted. How did he know? Maybe he saw it on my Pinterest page or something. That I sent to my best friend that I told her to send to him every day. Let me tell you something. If a man has a Pinterest page, he's probably Pinterest in men. We got engaged on a Saturday. I bought my wedding dress the following Tuesday. Because I had tried it on in 2012. I was ready. I was raped. I was rotten. I need to be made into banana bread. That's how robbing I was. Stream Ali Wong, baby cobra, only on Netflix..

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"wong" Discussed on The Suburban Women Problem

The Suburban Women Problem

05:01 min | 6 months ago

"wong" Discussed on The Suburban Women Problem

"And it shows Christina Wong sweatshop overlord. Awesome. Well, thank you so much, Christina for joining me today on the suburban women problem..

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"wong" Discussed on The Suburban Women Problem

The Suburban Women Problem

05:04 min | 6 months ago

"wong" Discussed on The Suburban Women Problem

"So number one, that is awesome. Number two, I wish I knew how to sew. And so I love that y'all are doing this. But can you tell me about your show and about your auntie sewing squad? Yes. I started on March 24th, 2020. Four days after sewing my first mask on a helicopter sewing machine and I'm not a good seamstress either. I saw the set and prop pieces for my solo shows, but I never saw anything a function, you know? And I very naively made this offer to the Internet that I would make masks for anyone who needed it, not realizing everyone needed it. And I was like, I need to form a group or something. I need help. I describe it. It's very lord of the flies. It always is, I feel like America lord of flies. Same thing, right? Would anyone in a crisis who expresses some sense of leadership? Suddenly I was just like, okay, by default, I became this leader because I started the Facebook group. Anyway, so the show is called Christina Wong sweatshop overlord. The terrible joke, the terrible gallow humorous joke at the top of all this because the first volunteers were all Asian women. I was just like, oh my God, this is like an ancestral destiny. I'm running a sweatshop. This is like completely not what my grandmother probably wanted for me, but it's something that I'm necessarily and a lot of us learn to so from our mothers and grandmothers who did it because that's what they did for survival. And so it's just this nickname that has stuck. They all call me the overlord. And the show is basically me taking a through 504 days of this pandemic. And what I thought was going to just be like a little three week project and then we would reopen..

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"wong" Discussed on The Suburban Women Problem

The Suburban Women Problem

01:43 min | 6 months ago

"wong" Discussed on The Suburban Women Problem

"You know what I mean? That were very sexist or whatever, because I thought, you know, that's fun. And I love it. It's just a way to express yourself too, but you can't actually do it, you know, because what we did was we sold those to raise money, right? And so it is one of those things where you can do something creative, have an outlet and also benefit a cause and do something good. I love it. And women have been doing this all along. Even if it's with bake sales, right? Oh yeah. Known for our bake sales, right? And are we doing it just because we're like big so is our fun and I love baking, like, well, yeah, sure, maybe, but also we're using what we love to do. So I'm a better baker than I'm a crafter. Baking to raise money for our schools. We know women do this. We just didn't call that activism, but it absolutely is activism. Right. I wonder if there's like misogyny tied into that or something. It couldn't be qualified as activism because it was through a female gaze. I mean, probably not, right? Well, that's okay. It can be like covert activism. So I love that. The second undercover form of activism where they think we're just baking cookies and sewing and really we're like taking over the world. Over the last thousand years. What Christina Wong has managed to do with bringing all these people together to so masks using how that ties in traditionally with her culture and stuff like that super, super interesting. I'm so excited. And jealous, you got a chance to talk to her. On that note, we're going to take a quick break and then after that, we'll have my interview with Christina Wong. And interestingly, I had to interview her for my office at the state House because we are in special session right now. So be sure to stick around for that interview coming.

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4 share ‘Alternative Nobel’ for empowering communities

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

4 share ‘Alternative Nobel’ for empowering communities

"A number of activists along the alternative Nobel for empowering communities the right livelihood award known as the alternative Nobel has been awarded to three activists on an organization working across the globe to empower communities the winners include motto Wong do agenda and peace activist whose work to prevent sexual violence against girls since the nineteen nineties in the lake Chad area of Cameroon the Swedish right livelihood foundation which awards the prize says the twenty twenty one Lawrence proved that solidarity is key to a better future full I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Brewers Rally to Top Cubs 8-5, Move Closer to Division Title

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 8 months ago

Brewers Rally to Top Cubs 8-5, Move Closer to Division Title

"Kolten Wong hit a tie breaking single with two outs in the eighth inning to spark the brewers eight five decision over the cubs I was in a triangle there due to much even though it looked like it sometimes in those things but you know I was trying to really just hone in on that strike zone right down the middle and and not get off of that you know these guys before me had a really good at bats and I wanted to continue that trend the walkie scored four runs off reliever Rowan wick in the eighth to come from behind to beat the cubs for the tenth straight time Luiz arena strove in three runs and long was three for five with two RBIs helping the brewers cut their magic number to for for winning the NL central Frank Swindell hit a solo shot for the cubs the first Homer brewers starter Adrian Houser had allowed since June twenty sixth I'm Dave Ferrie

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Lauer Shines as Brewers Roll to 10-0 Blowout of Phillies

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 9 months ago

Lauer Shines as Brewers Roll to 10-0 Blowout of Phillies

"The brewers got the early jump as they picked up their league leading seventeenth shut out with the ten nothing win over the Phillies rookie scored three runs in the bottom of the third a two run double by Eduardo Escobar and an RBI single by Christian the L. it's the brewers tacked on three more runs in the bottom of the sixth when a pitcher Eric Lauer jewel bases loaded walk that was followed by a two run single by Kolten Wong Lauer struck out five in seven innings of work to approve the five and five Aaron nola took the loss for the Phils are Michael Luongo

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Albies, Duvall go deep in Braves' 8-5 win over Nationals

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 9 months ago

Albies, Duvall go deep in Braves' 8-5 win over Nationals

"The brewers got the early jump as they picked up their league leading seventeenth shut out with the ten nothing win over the Phillies rookie scored three runs in the bottom of the third a two run double by Eduardo Escobar and an RBI single by Christian the L. it's the brewers tacked on three more runs in the bottom of the sixth when a pitcher Eric Lauer jewel bases loaded walk that was followed by a two run single by Kolten Wong Lauer struck out five in seven innings of work to approve the five and five Aaron nola took the loss for the Phils are Michael Luongo

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"wong" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

10:39 min | 9 months ago

"wong" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"Marvel movies in the past that i've seen i've become completely bewildered as to what's going on and this one i thought was tastefully inappropriately done and still mind-blowing that they can do the things that they can do and i would also say i'm very very happy for star seem loot now. I think he's asian canadian regime. Born in china or hong kong came over here as a little kid you know. He struggled along when he finally decided to pursue acting and then he got his big break in the canadian sitcom kim's convenience which a lot of us have watched on net flicks and really kind of established himself. But this is like this is like hop skip and giant. Jump way of sitcom to be the lead guy. Hero in established marvel now franchise put seem lou in a major category as an actor. I couldn't be happier for him. I thought he brought so much to the role. He's not just a good looking guy with you. Know great body but he really has acting chops. It's going to be great watching him. Go forward with the franchise because there are already promising. A part two to the legend of the ten rings. And if you know anything about the films there's all this kind of cross pollination so black panther appeared in other of injure movies as part of the avengers while now shanxi is going to also be appearing. I mean that's if he doesn't it makes no sense. So lou is going to be a very wealthy man if he's not already starting to enjoy some of that but more than that. I think as an asian canadian. Asian american actor to finally get feature roles and a major part money aside. That's just gotta be so so so satisfying and affirming and validating anyway. This is not meant to be a review of the film. I just want to say that my family. We've all seen it. We can hardly wait to get our hands on a blu ray. Dvd and man. If i get a chance to talk to see moo or cretin or even aquafina. I'm hoping to get someone involved in the making that movie if i do. I'll just want them to be able to share some of what it took to get this movie made anyway. It's a great day. If you identify as an asian american because in the in the marvel universe there is now a hero who is not just asian. But he's asian american someone that we can relate to a lot better and he's already part of a great great film. This whole franchise is off to a wonderful start. Now you get a chance to listen to another up and coming actor and writer hit along. I think she deserves to be in some kind of big budget feature film where she doesn't have to raise some money. You're gonna love this conversations ahead with her. And i hope we're going to raise enough questions without issuing spoilers that you're to want to see her film takeout girl. Thanks for listening bird. If you've been listening to this show for some time. You know that. We'd love featuring asian american artists and especially those who are screenwriters actors directors. You name it. And we've had quite a number of people so far on this show and i've enjoyed watching all the movies my guests. This episode is hettie wong and she has written and stars in a movie that was released during this pandemic takeout girl that i'll have to tell you heady of all the independent movies i've seen and i've loved them all so if any of my previous guests are listening. I loved your work. I legitimately mean that but the feel and the look and the substance of your movie feels like the most feature film movie. I've seen so far. Oh al thank you. So the directing cinematography the casting and certainly across the board starting with yourself the expertise of the actors like you guys were so believable. I've seen some movies that obviously they were low budget to and so they're doing the best they could and so i give them all grace i felt like i didn't have to give your movie integration at all. I felt like it could just play in a theater and people would go but independent movie. I had no idea this just seems like something that a major production company is put together. So i just want to tell you straight up right off the top. Just how impressed with the whole thing. Thank you so i'm gonna tell hassani that he'll be so happy to hear that hassanis director producer michael writer on this project A lot of blood sweat and tears. In and i'm just so blessed to have found have met his sahni. 'cause we really got blood outta stone and that's that's really what it takes when you do it independent on yourself by yourself Luckily assani he is He's been in this business ten plus years so and he's been he's worked in every department which is why we didn't have any. We didn't have too much resources but he was. He always told me this he said hetty. We don't have a lot of money. We don't have a lot of budget. So what we don't have the money. We have to make it with creativity when you know. Obviously it's a passion project you take a straight up passion project and i am just. I'm just. I'm just really blessed. Found a teammate. Who can who we just keep elevating other. I'm saying whatever dedication effort he puts in. I'm matching it. Plus more whatever he puts in where we just keep amping everything up and hear you say that it makes me really happy because you know coming from independent projects. We just don't know some with reaction would be and it's such a street type story you know it's not like crazy rich asians No it's almost the antithesis asians that live on the other side of the tracks in some your towns right who are struggling every moment every day for multiple generations just to make ends try to meet. Yes yes yeah we were talking about. You know the immigrant generation that came from revolutions wars and they moved into you know low income working class neighborhoods and that's also another environment. They have to to figure things out in. Yeah and so the to give proper shutout. His last name is johnson. Yes johnson and in reading his press kit. I could see where he's also won awards. These studied still photography. I mean all of those things that he brought to your film. I felt were displayed in the film. The the camera angles. the lighting. in certain things it's like this is legit artfully made. Wow thank you. I'm passing that message to him after the well so tell us a little bit about the what is takeout girl. All about man. Takeout girl for me has changed. Because i you know i started this concept many years ago. It kinda at first. It was an apology letter to my mom for not being the daughter that she wants me to be right for and then but also i reached a point in my life where i understood now. The things that my coach my community was trying to teach me my mom working at our chinese restaurant. The you know Just like even the restaurant manager. That i was working under like he was teaching me things and it just got to this point where. I'm like now that i'm older. I understand. now why you guys teach me these things about life and one thing about the asian. I mean specifically chinatown community. That i grew up in. It's all about survival mode and how to survive in a in a gritty world that that doesn't How do i say this as a kid. I never understood why there was some feelings of discomfort or the world has ways not directly. But we make you feel certain things that you think that am my weird for feeling like this and as you get older you're like oh no i wasn't feeling like that. I'm just a minority in california in in oakland in san francisco. Whatever right asian minority. On top of that in i mean it just so many things can and and i think i just got to a point of my life Were i started started enough inner reflection and just kind of like i kind of want to like put my understanding of what was then on paper. It was my outlet and and it began with the theme pretty much apologize into my mom Understanding how she works and and sometimes some people sorry. I don't wanna be emotional dumb you. I guess. I've seen a lot of hard working immigrants who just work in circles and they just make to maintain you know in the making of contain. Maybe their children will study hard and make it out. But that's like asking them to be like the twenty percent of the temper centers. Not everybody's cut out to be a doctor lawyer account a cpa us. Yeah well the movie starts with your character in college and she's got a side hustle going on there in in college and in watching one of your other interviews. I understand that it was his son. You actually put the college piece in a new way you originally wrote the screenplay it didn't have it and i was thinking about it after after finding that out and i was thinking you know. I think that was a good decision because later on your character has to perpetuate this ruse to her mother. Because mother saying you gotta make it out right and so. That's why i don't want you working at the restaurant so much. I want you out. The that's why you're in school. And by that point in the movie she already taking a pass from right right..

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"wong" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

08:47 min | 9 months ago

"wong" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"Continues to be to identify and invite asian american culture makers and culture shapers to share their stories with us and as always. I'm your host ken. Fung welcome to episode number three hundred and twenty three. If you've been listening to this show for a while you know that there is a growing array of very talented and amazing. Asian american independent filmmakers. And certainly a growing pool of very talented actors. Our guests this episode is actor and screenwriter. Heady wong who stars in her own film takeout girl which will find on the who channel on the tenth of september but is already available on many other streaming platforms. She and director hassani johnson have recruited a stellar cast in crafted a compelling story about the determination of families to survive no matter what their circumstances or surroundings. I just really really enjoyed the film. And you'll hear why in this conversation with heady and i just enjoy getting to talk to hit herself. She is just so full of passion and energy. And i think you're really going to want to see the movie after you listen to this conversation during week's special the two cats episode my copepod and campaign. I talked about among other things. The new netflix documentary. Pray way but we got into some of the other related topics and longtime listener in longtime friend. Bill goth took the time to write me. About how much enjoyed the episode but also to share to what he calls quibbles with me and i promised him that i would definitely make mention of these. So let me just read to you. What he said. The first quibble is that you said that the translators of the revised standard version of the bible didn't remove the word homosexual from the rsv. According to what. I know of kathy and ed's research and writing the rc. Translators took the seminarians letter seriously. But we're bound by contract not to make changes in their translation for a number of years myers fee has the word quote sodomites unquote instead of homosexual. Not a great improvement but at least they did remove the word homosexual. of course. you're right. That nearly every subsequent english translation that followed the original auras fee has used the word homosexual. I shared with bill. That it's been at least a couple years that i had a conversation with it and kathy in person so this had before the pandemic and so i'd be the first to say that my memory a bit fuzzy about what they share with me. So i'm grateful that bills men paying attention and keeping up with things i knew when i said some of the things that maybe weren't spot on accurate and then bill shared a second quibble with me. You've heard to a man who did the research that found pastor david who was the seminarian who had written to the rsv translation team in reality. It was a woman named tina would. Who did the remarkable sleuthing that led to a retired passer in canada who had render persuasive letter more than half a century ago. So i did get it right. 'cause i did remember that there was a pry and dig it right that. They've found a retired canadian pastor. But yeah i never claimed to know the gender or the name of the person so again. Thanks bill for listening always and listening carefully and for giving me a chance to let people know the amazing private i who found that return pastor who had the courage to write that letter while he was seminary student to make the case why they shouldn't put the word homosexual in the ours. Fee and as bill recounts adding kathy's research after requisite number of years had passed the publishers of the. Rv did in fact change the homosexual. The sodomites again. There are plenty of ultra conservative christians. That love seeing that. We're sodomite because it's kind of a more heinous reference than even homosexual till not a great word either but you know hats off to the team that they did take that seminarians concern very seriously. I also wanna take a moment to thank those of you who have become my mouth. Patrons through patriot dot com. Thank you so very much. I am still in the process of identifying someone. Who will redesign our webpage. Your monthly support helps me. Keep this show going and more than the financial aspect of it it. Lets me know that those of you who really appreciate and listen to this show that you're willing to become supporters so that means a lot to me so thank you so very much last week. I scored to press tickets to the exclusive fan events showing at disney's el capitan theater in hollywood california to see shonky the legend of the ten rings. If you have been not hiding in a cave somewhere you should have been aware that this is the first marvel movie where the superhero is. Actually in asian american character is really special experience to be able to go to premiere of a new disney film at the capitan theater because This is disney's own place. It's an old theater that they've refurbished but like they do it. All up to match whatever's going on in the movie so in this case there are mannequins up in either balcony that are attired in asian fighting tire and the lighting and the posters and on top of that there's a special surprise appearance by director destined daniel cretin who came up on stage before the showing of the film and now this auditorium was mostly mainly filled with marvel fans and especially asian american marvel fans many of whom were dressed already in the attire of various characters in the movie and had paid fifty bucks a piece and then parking in order to be there for this night. You know what a thrill for him to see this outpouring. After all this years of work on this i've reached out through one of his agents to see if he'd be willing to come on the show. I don't know that that's ever gonna happen. But i'm kind of fascinated. He's someone who grew up on maui. He looks some kind of asian pacific. Philippino background was home schooled by his mom and then went to college at a conservative christian college Near san diego to me. All of that does not scream. One day i'm gonna make a feature film with superheroes four stand in the marvel comics universe. So i i would just be. Fascinated talked to him. Cross your fingers say a prayer. We'll see if that's going to happen now. In twenty eighteen when the black panther movie debuted marvel fans. We want to see it. I was not a big reader of the black panther comics. When i was growing up but i was aware of this figure but this again was hugely significant because it was the first movie that focused on a black hero and credit this whole kingdom of kanda and this back story and i remember coming out of that Just feeling as a non white person just really buoyed in my my spirit and naturally and enthusiastically put out on my social media. Like wow one day. Can i can only hope and dream that we will have an asian-american equivalent to the black panther film. Man there was like immediate pushback. Not necessarily just on my black friends. But even from some of my asian american fans and basically the pushback. Which i didn't see coming was. Hey why can't you just let african americans and black people all over the world. Just enjoy this significant moment. Why do you have to dovetail an asian american request or hope on this and at first i didn't get that but you know as i thought about it. It's like okay. I'll shut up. And i have been quiet for three plus years but now i don't have to be quiet because it's happened. The shanxi movie is just so powerful in its impact. Not just because it's a very well made movie. And i don't have to make up any kind of excuses or you know just kind of say. Oh you know. I'm so biased. Even if it's a movie i'm still gonna like it. No it's a great movie. You don't have to be asian american to just love this movie. You don't even have to be a marvel fan. It's a great movie. The story is compelling you care about the characters it's very well acted the use of special effects in all the marvel. Movies have used special effects. I felt like way that clinton decided to use special effects. It wasn't overdone. You didn't get lost..

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A Look Back at the 2001 Film 'In the Mood for Love'

Filmspotting

01:54 min | 9 months ago

A Look Back at the 2001 Film 'In the Mood for Love'

"Let's get to that review of in the mood for love the sixth and final film our world of car marathon. This marathon has been inspired by wong's recent restoration of seven of his best known films. All of which are included in the criterion collection's new world of car. Kawhi box set. Thankfully these are also available. They're currently streaming on the criterion channel. Right now in the mood for love debuted at the two thousand canned film festival where it was nominated for the palm door and start tony. Leon won the fess best-actor prize. It opened here in the states in march two thousand one to pretty universal critical acclaim. But maybe this is something we can talk a little bit about josh. My feeling is that its reputation has only grown over the last twenty years for example back at the end of the last decade in late. Two thousand nine. The guardian had in the mood for love as it's forty eighth best film of the decade fast forward ten years later for a best films of the twenty first century list mood and moved up all the way to number five and then in two thousand sixteen. The bbc pulled over a hundred critics for a best movies of the twentieth century. Lists and in the mood for love landed at number two right behind no real surprise to me. My beloved mulholland drive from director david lynch and other films that is probably only grown in esteem over the years quickly. The plot it set in early nineteen sixties hong kong sort of picks up where days of being wild left off josh. It's part of an informal trilogy with that film and wong's later film twenty forty six. Tony leon and maggie cheung our neighbors in a cramped boardinghouse. They're both married. They're both lonely and they soon realized that their spouses are having an affair with each other. Leon chung bond over this betrayal and eventually do get quite close but never act on their feelings for each other this being a one car y movie after

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Brewers Rally for 4 in 7th, Beat Reds 7-4 to Increase Lead

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 9 months ago

Brewers Rally for 4 in 7th, Beat Reds 7-4 to Increase Lead

"The doors wide their NL central division lead came up with a late rally and beat the second place red seven before the brewers trailed for one into the bottom of the seventh he started the inning with three straight hits and eventually took the lead on a two out RBI double by Omar Navarro's Kolten Wong's two run Homer added insurance in the eighth inning Reds reliever Michael Lorenzen took the loss he was charged with all four runs in the seventh the brewers increased their lead to eight and a half games on the Reds Chuck Freeman Milwaukee

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Hong Kong Teachers Union Decides to Shut Down

The Economist: The Intelligence

02:01 min | 9 months ago

Hong Kong Teachers Union Decides to Shut Down

"The security law imposed in hong kong last summer has been the force behind change. After troubling change in the city in nebulous turns. The law says police can arrest people for any conduct. That seriously endangers national security i. They came for the protesters and activists who ground hong kong to a halt in two thousand nineteen. Then they came for the media outlets such as the pro-democracy newspaper apple daily and its outspoken owner. Jimmy lai now. It seems the authorities have their sights set on the city's storied organized labor outfits a few weeks ago chinese state media called the city's largest teacher's union a poisonous huma that had to be eliminated and hours later. We sold the hong kong education bureau. Say it would no longer recognize the union of around one hundred thousand members or about eighty percent of the city's teaches swollen wong as a china correspondent for the economist. So then the union tried to mollify the government it cut ties with several pro democracy organizations in hong kong as well as education international which is a global group of teachers unions it also announced it would form and you working group to try to promote chinese history and culture among teachers and students but despite these compromises the union still declared it was disbanding on august tenth and it sounds as if that's not the only union that's been targeted no in july we saw five liters of speech therapists union also arrested so they had published three allegorical picture books for children about sheep protecting the village from wolves and the police accused them of writing stories that incited hatred of the government on top of this over the past euro. So we've seen three of the city's top trade union leaders arrested and that really has been deeply chilling to the labor movement. More broadly this is all part of a broader crushing of civil society in hong kong.

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Kolten Wong Powers Brewers to 7-3 Win Over Nationals

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 9 months ago

Kolten Wong Powers Brewers to 7-3 Win Over Nationals

"The brewers with the national seven to three to maintain a seven and a half game lead over Cincinnati in the NL central Kolten Wong delivered a solo Homer and a two run triple in Milwaukee's tenth win in thirteen games Wong Roshan Nolan second pitch deep to right for his tenth Homer Wong's triple followed a pair of two out walks in the fourth putting the brewers ahead to stay Lorenzo Cain added a two run shot as the brew crew took the rubber game of the weekend series to try to go out and give consistent best drive in runs kind of do it all so yeah I mean I'm still going to you know the Mirfield plant you know that's all I care about hunter Strickland got two outs for the win jeszcze recorded the last out for his twenty sixth save I'm Dave Ferrie

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Yelich Drives in 6 Runs, Powers Brewers Past Washington 9-6

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Yelich Drives in 6 Runs, Powers Brewers Past Washington 9-6

"The brewers ended a two game skid by putting together a five run eighth in a nine six downing of the nationals Kolten Wong was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded to break a four four deadlock before Christian Yelich belted a grand slam yelah charmer twice it was three for five with six RBIs his first inning blast was his first home run since July nineteenth nine days before he went on the coveted nineteen injured list obviously hasn't been we are the greatest year you know performance wise for myself but yeah that I mean the story is not written yet you know I mean we have a long way to go the what allows the brewers to stay seven and a half games ahead of the Reds atop the NL central I'm Dave Ferrie

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Burnes Helps Brewers to Another Road Win, 2-0 Over Cards

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 9 months ago

Burnes Helps Brewers to Another Road Win, 2-0 Over Cards

"Corbin Burnes took a no hitter into the sixth inning and Kolten Wong had three hits as the brewers beat the cardinals to nothing burns allowed two hits and two walks while striking out three in six innings helping the NL central leaders move eight and a half games ahead of the second place Reds Tommy Edman broke up the no hit bid with a single to left field in the sixth inning Burgess six now in his last thirteen starts and hasn't lost since may twenty fifth Wong put Milwaukee up one nothing with a bloop double to left in the second inning Omar Narvaez has added an RBI double down the right field line to push the lead to to nothing I'm Dave Ferrie

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"wong" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

02:49 min | 10 months ago

"wong" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"And welcome to another episode of the happier. Jamie i-i've today. We have a great show in fact one of my favorite people in the entire world. And i'm not just saying that it is a true statement. Zana wong is the guest today. And i just want you to know your pen and paper. You're to listen again. They're gonna need to speed it up and slow it down because we have a great conversation today hosanna has a book coming out next week. Called how not to save the world the truth about revealing god's love to the people right next to you and she has lived this story. This is not just her telling us some advice. She's lived this story. In fact she tells the story about her brother. Which i don't know if you'll be able to tell when you're listening. But i was crying. I cried when i read it in. Her book cried when she talked about it. It is a beautiful story of how enduring with the people that we love to tell them about jesus and about how long it takes hosanna is an international speaker. Author spoken word artist. She shares captivating stories of a powerful god. She shares churches conferences prisons other events and anyone. That will listen i promise. She's passionate about empowering this generation to know who they are boldly about their purpose and reveal. God's love to the people right next to them. I love this girl so much and our conversation today is encouraging it convicting and it will make you want to endure with those that you love to share them about. Jesus i wanna let you know a couple of things before we get into this interview and don't fast forward through this because you want to hear these things number one. We have an exclusive video over on youtube. Secreta jamie ivy dot com slash youtube where i ask hosanna what. It was like for her to be hurt by christians. We have a conversation later in the show about how detrimental it is to the church into the bride to god's people when we tear each other down and then over on youtube. You can see her talk about her experience with this actually happening to her a handful of years ago. You're going to want to go check that out the second thing is this you guys. I've got some exciting news real exciting news so over the past several years stories about immigrants and refugees showing up along. Our southern border have dominated the news headlines. We've talked about here on the happy hour. The national narratives led many of us to an intersection of concern curiosity and compassion in two thousand. Nineteen if you've been listening for while you remember. I was able to travel to the border with women of welcome an organization that i loved that i support that i believe in and i honestly i will never think the same about them again. God did something big in my heart on that trip. And i have a feeling that some of you want that as well so here is the exciting news. Is that my friends at women. Welcome have started taking trips back to southern border right here in texas and mexico and happy our listeners. You guys get to be the first group trip that they reopened with. So here's the big news. I'm going in. You can come to november fifteen through sixteen in el paso texas. We're going to gain a closer to this issue and the people that affects so there's very limited spots available applications close august twenty second. I know it's right around the corner but get in..

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"wong" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast with Scott Barry Kaufman

The Psychology Podcast with Scott Barry Kaufman

05:40 min | 10 months ago

"wong" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast with Scott Barry Kaufman

"Dame's desolate to enjoy. Be deep fryers shavei. You appreciate arsenio hat. Apple is does wonders on world beautiful. You're gonna candidates beautiful. Artists can lead a beautiful team. Suffering can be beautiful out. You're saying beautiful because grew to be sad. It's cruel to be said is cool to be set code. It's cool it's cool. I am a deputy it better than happy pig That and have a picnic. Shallow would be shuttle. Menu will look at it. go for shuttle drink Desa channel at stanford lots upper joy. Mcnabb tribes. She said joy. My tribe though is it is german club to be sent say against join. Join my cloud to my call. So my call So i really like. I really like that idea of depths of meaning. You know the nineteen eighty-seven paper you wrote With your colleague yeah depths of meaning image immediate creativity and exponential now gollner say deep coolidge mute in union. Nasty country camps. You can't world that. You can join us but i lied to bail. I can hear wait. Yes yes you can humid body like not choice. Oh i will walk into my yes chamber with prairie maha. I on my lives i die. We signity i choose to die with dignity mentally ups with what under lips Race present gone praise pleasing praise. Not all you got to cut. And if the dan high in that he meant where umehara okay acted please. Alarm please lower. So i'm saying that had an alexandrian undo said hardest. That and whomping joked to a rebel rebel against gate bill against against Deterministic balsas is to bail against old dominion forces. You floyd had human being you fight against against the dark forces alive so therefore you enjoy that. Syphilis must be happy when he defied galls poofter. Putin is the talk. Y'all i will continue to joy to her strong good stronger. I dunno over and die finds it is. It's happiness dr wong. Please don't change don't change I have to a thank you so much for coming on the podcast today. But i also want you to know that i appreciate you I don't. I don't ignore you so i appreciate you to dan and maslow's junior has legiter. I love it well I just Real real honor having my podcast today. Yes game page elite auto o'clock again lassiter out well same well human being exactly. So those labels divide liberty. I and still like hongo publish pocket apology. Extent your issues but also positive believe beta future not believed that cuban change. Yeah and that's that's i think very much in line with the humanistic psychologists and they're they're they're they were deeply influenced by the existential philosophers again. Yes thank you dr. Walk with incumbents. See the conference. Thanks for listening to this episode of the psychology. Podcast if you'd like to react in some way to something you heard. I encourage you to join in the discussion at the psychology. Podcasts dot com. That's the psychology podcast dot com. Also if you'd prefer completely ad be experience you can join us at he. Trion dot com slash podcast. Thanks for being such a great supporter of the show and tune in next time for more on the mind brain behavior and creativity..

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"wong" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast with Scott Barry Kaufman

The Psychology Podcast with Scott Barry Kaufman

07:41 min | 10 months ago

"wong" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast with Scott Barry Kaufman

"Today it's a great honor to chat with the legendary. Paul walk on the podcast dr longest professor emeritus of trent university. He's a fellow of apa and cpa and president of the international network on personal meaning and the meeting centered counseling institute inc editor of the international journal of existential positive psychology. He has also edited to influential volumes on the human quest for meaning a prolific writer. He is one of the most cited existential and positive psychologists the originator of meeting therapy and international meaning conferences. He has been invited to give keynotes and meeting. Therapy workshops worldwide. Dr wong is the recipient of the call rogers award from the society for humanistic psychology. Dr wong what an honor it is to chat with today me to. Where should we even begin. You know i'll tell you. I was looking through all of your papers going all the way. Back at trying to trace the development of your research and thinking Going back to work with rats while in the seventies in the seventies the effect of food deprivation and imprinting on the behavior of young domestic chicks. I think that might be one of your papers. Nineteen seventy one more might my My word he'll be that illinois law s actually all my research at the same seem dempsey. The is how can an animals human beings. So i swear. Indefinitely in adverse conditions that that'd be my same this by commerce job with accenture plotter psychologists because lionheart. Let me high all any moves. So i go up. The fitches now. Strolling easing beat bees and so that has been night fashion. Okay we live in the face of to act optical enter so that is not just a philosophical classroom because wild born jumping Companion to china. You know a rob with a win tape paper steps that not be shattered and we and night. We used a little oil. Atlantan cannot relate global full uso. japan. Germany soldiers with guns when over the house. So we can all move out. So i was shipped to all shooting was shipped boundaries ship to a remote relative the base man what lies in back nesn Body bitten by bucks. So denzil escape the hong kong She'll lindahl deposits that called topo life in you'll polo territories on me with my life is negatively. Where were you born. let's back up a second. Where were you born in what year. Nineteen thirty seven you tintin and so where did you. Where did you go to college. I went to. I went to the callers Okay candidate study. The calgary at calgary arkan copying o con in canada unit. Y'all peeved from purity. Okay and then. What point did you get interested in psychology. I would you know off is ecology with a kid not splendid. Why people losing that. You why people say that plugs. Ats ola. we're all know what happened to me. You a yeah. Look up to me an happening. Why di Death eight or nine years born a Of were so you were very we. Were you interested in the existential philosophers. Yeah course i've been you know you mateen's read books. Yeah yeah and What's really interesting about you. Is that you really. You predate the field of positive psychology by quite a bit. I mean you are. i was looking back. Came up with a well. The perceived well being scale in one thousand nine hundred eighty four the year. Michael jackson won the grammy. A tell me about that story with with me. And the and the in monte we ashley Time one q was doing research on helplessness. Our invasive with animals. I was doing research. Waste noted optimism lender courage. Yeah game i say i say. I think that animals can become helpless so readily because it become helpless Who continuing ally as you're asking me. I got Use to stay tuned concentration. I understanding street. Ghalks they will not be so easily they do to helplessness. Don't doubts right gay. A while doubt will not come helpless and also Being i suppose to feel the contingent enforcement being helpless law to steal it could graduate did become l. artifacts to atmosphere at clear man but i'm damn shopper. Say know how up just still league with mclemore. no casal. Hose ripped thing to modesto helplessness. So i'll let you.

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Instagram's New Policies Place Teen Privacy at the Forefront

The 3:59

01:57 min | 10 months ago

Instagram's New Policies Place Teen Privacy at the Forefront

"Media platforms like facebook and sister app. Instagram have long been criticized for not doing enough to protect user privacy and for having harmful effects on young people. The sites have ruled out. Changes designed to address some of these concerns that includes hiding likes and letting people control. How much sensitive content shows up on instagram's explore page. Now instagram says. It's going to make accounts for some teenagers. Private by default. The photo in video sharing site is making other changes like blocking suspicious accounts from interacting with young people so what events have led instagram to make these changes. And what impact could they have on users. I'm a barrel. He and this is your daily charge. I'm filling in for roger today. And i'm joined by quitting wong. Who covers social media for seen it. Welcome queenie thank you for having me queenie. What's the main reason. Instagram would roll out a change. Like this so a lot of the issues that you pointed out mental health privacy. These have been concerns. That instagram has grappled with for a while. But i think what's has sort of changed within the last year and a half or so is that during the pandemic social media use has increased as people were locked in their homes in parents including some lawmakers have started to see exactly how much teens and children used social media and so you're seeing a greater outcry from advocacy groups and lawmakers about the harmful harmful impacts. Said instagram could potentially have on young people. And what i saw from. Instagram was almost sort of a strategic response. Because there's already been. Legislation introduced to limit the collection of data from young people. And so with these new new tools. Instagram can basically go to lawmakers and these advocacy groups and say look. We're actually working on this

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'Arthur' to End on PBS Kids After 25-Season Stint

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 10 months ago

'Arthur' to End on PBS Kids After 25-Season Stint

"And animated favor for a generation of kids is going away it's coming as a bit of a surprise but it's time for Arthur to say goodbye PBS kids is ending the long running children's series after twenty five seasons word of this comes from one of the original developers of the show Kathy Wong Telinga podcast that the series is no longer in production in fact she says the wrap party for it was two years ago she's upset by the move saying PBS made a mistake and should bring off the back for fans of the lovable aardvark meanwhile it will be a long drawn out but by the final season will air next year and even if there are never any new episodes there are a quarter century of reruns available I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Ali Wong on Being a Private School Asian

Netflix is A Daily Joke

01:34 min | 10 months ago

Ali Wong on Being a Private School Asian

"I grew up going to private school to him. And i are both total like private school. Asians we both are big hippies to we like to backpack through southeast asia. We like to do yoga. We do iowa oscar ceremonies. We do seven meditation retreats. That's right we pay eight hundred dollars to shut up for a weekend. We do shit like that. We eat gluten free which means we eat all that bread that tastes like free range to baca. We eat that lesbian bread. That's like a thousand percent of your daily fiber and twenty percents spoken word poetry. When you eat it you que- shitty poem about supporting caitlyn jenner. Or whatever and so. It's funny right because he's asian to but sometimes all of this hippy. Dippy shit we do makes me feel like we are white. People doing an impression of asian people like we have these chinese scrolls up on the wall and neither of us know what the fuck they mean like that seems to go very well with our buddha piggy bank from pier. One imports needs to be providing some good food way for the house.

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"wong" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

03:20 min | 10 months ago

"wong" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"For long-term hair removal. And because it's believed that hair removal is a choice. They're keen to discuss the topic in a way that every can relate to and identify with so in this series. I'll be speaking to you. Had a non-core a motivational speaker and social activist the psychotherapist and coach lee pycroft dermatologist. Dr sharon wong and the writer and columnist rosie green. And i'm especially delighted to open up the floor for conversations like this because i'm someone who has managed body and facial hair for as long as i can remember a hormone imbalance in my teens meant. I was shaving waxing plucking in threading from a very young age. Because i didn't want noticeable hair on my face or body. It's an extremely repetitive pursuit. Because it's something that has to be constantly managed but if you're a long time listener or you follow me on instagram. You'll know the game very much changed for me. When i started using the phillips new mayor and was able for the first time now just to manage unwanted hair but also reduce it in the long term now as someone who has used the phillips lee mayor. It's tempting to say it works and leave it at that. But you know. I wouldn't do that to you. Which is why. I'm delighted to have consultant dermatologist. Dr sharon wong. Join me on the episode to talk about the technology in the device and why it reduces hair growth during our conversation sharon explains the hair growth cycle. How the intense pulse light the ip l. works and what effect it has on the individual hair follicles. Why the two weeks between treatments when you first start using the device is so important who can use and benefit from that technology and much more. Are you ready. The links to the phillips new mayor the rest of the matters that matters areas and where you can find sharon on social media. We'll be in the show notes that let's get to it. Welcome to the paul cost. Dr sharon won't how are you all. Thank you for inviting me well. I'm very excited to chat to you. As part of this phillips matters that matter series because you are a consultant de matala gist and as much as we have been talking on this series about the choice around loss and about the reasons why we may want to not have lost hair removal and reduction and the reasons why we may choose to tweet out. Body hair facial half. We'll say need actually to know a little bit more about the kind of the mechanics of it really don't we. And this is where your expertise really comes into play show and i think understanding the mechanics of technology say the phillips near ipo technology behind. It is really important but it will say if you backtrack. It's it's to understand how they have local works in the basic physiology which then make sense why you have to have regular treatments and y treatment over time becomes incredibly effective so as with most people they tend to think about things like laser when it's permanent longtime hair removal but actually i p technology there are other forms of technology that can achieve out if you think about what the actual definition of longtime hair removal is actually to achieve stable reduction in the number of has already growing after a particular treatment. And certainly technology like ipo which stands for intense pulse. Night can't achieve actors well allen..

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Tellez Homers Twice to Help Brewers Beat White Sox 6-1

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 10 months ago

Tellez Homers Twice to Help Brewers Beat White Sox 6-1

"Rowdy to lance hits a pair of solo homers as the brewers blast the white Sox six to one to plant bombs were the only hits that Chicago's bullpen would give up in four innings of work he finished with three hits driving in three runs to give an opportunity to go to capitalize on them and I wasn't doing at the beginning of my time here and you know I'm able to put together some good at bats and I work in some some other games so hopefully we can keep this going Sox starter Carlos Rodon suffer the loss lasting just four innings giving up four runs including dinners by Kolten Wong and Tyrone Taylor in the first and second innings Corbin Burnes yielded just one run over six innings to earn the win and help the NL central leading brewers stay six and a half games clear of the second place Reds I'm Danny camp

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Twitter Blue, a $3 Monthly Subscription Service, Could Be Coming Soon

Daily Tech News Show

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Twitter Blue, a $3 Monthly Subscription Service, Could Be Coming Soon

"Twitter now lists a two dollar and ninety nine cents a month twitter blue subscription under in-app purchases in its ios apps store description although the feature does not appear to be live in the actual app however app researcher. And may i call her magician. Jane mentioned wong says she has been able to become the first paying. Customer and twitter. Blue comes with color themes custom app icons undo send and a collections

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"wong" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"wong" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"Page on our website at www.ge.com. For more information on this post and others in this episode recorded on the 14th of October 2020. Our own Andrew Hicks gets Matthew Wong's were views on the amendments to the Omnibus Bill in Victoria.

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"wong" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"wong" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"Your characters the worst characters little Mac And it used like people were like. Hey maybe carroll is the worst character and again like now. How little MAC is the by? Do Remember hearing that he has no aerial game. And that's a big cover. That's like Justin Wong playing streetfighter because John Wong is like super high level competitive heat. Find a way he I think he he picks he picks characters that most people don't use and then place them at a very very high level. Yeah 'cause he's got like a built in like you know. I want to call it a handicapped. It seems like it's not that I want to go but basically that guy's just a machine I can't here's a gaming machine. Yeah but smash brothers I never got into it and it's not because it's I can't say oh it's not a fighting game it's just it never. I never had an in sixty four so I never got into Cornell for years just I I never got into it city of a game cube into it never had a Nintendo game tonight. A we put out a switch but But it's a door was always. I think people saying that it's not a fighting game or can't play competitively just don't like fun. Manila close-minded exactly. My logic has been this. I'm the other way around on that. I'm not so I'm not the type that will say it not. It can't be a fighter and IT CAN'T BE COMPARE. My issue is when people try to take that game that it is in turn into another type of game. Let's take smash brothers and turn streetfighter five like no it smash brothers they threw items. They have maps that do weird things. Yeah I am curious about the minutia of competitive play with smash brothers and I wanna I wanNA talk about that because you know monologue about this. This is my mom. So let's let's smash brothers everybody. Let's let's get some music first and then let's let's let's let's let's let Mitchell monologue so we're going to let you start with the first track you sent me Bunch so go ahead and just pick one on the first track. I wanted to pick a check. That was Those original to smash brothers. In my opinion the best original track is final destination from brawl. That track is amazing. Also that stage is really pretty and it just I that was kind of in my day of like only nine Fox only nation so like bought a tie. Yeah Malay like the end of mainly in the early days a brawl. When I was like like Ooh I'm the best of my friend gave him. So I played a lot of final destination in brawl and that track is just so tight and they brought it back and it's still it's still so good. Make sure my memories right on that. The entirety of the series every final destination stage has always been a flat to your stage. Right correct if it's not so actually sixty four is irrelevant in this part. Battlefield and finally this nation are like to like super basic stages. Battlefield is a tripod platforms and founded. This nation is flat. Also I hate found this nation nowadays In in Malay days battlefield was actually much smaller and found this nation was very wide and then they kind of flipped. It where battlefields like significantly just larger and found this nation's way tighter so ever since brawl visit more fun to play that it's tighter now. I hate final decision. It's a fighting game and when they're no platforms you lose a lot of dynamic so to say that it's I I. I have this very controversial opinion that found this nation should be a counter. Pick and turn blue. I see that's interesting. Yeah right so I have the composer as you Shuki Moto. And I believe that it's ranged for smashed. Potatoes alternate which we're going to hear now. I don't know who the arranger is so. I can only assume that Iranian three original. Maybe it's just the original Red Ratings Ranger Yellow Ranger Ranger what. I don't know power. Rangers Power Rangers jumped. He's like I don't know who reigned it ranged it. That was lost on both of us. Final destination was the name of a giant robot. Thing all right so Found us the nation and Super Smash Brothers Ultimate Brawl for the switch you Sergio..

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"wong" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"wong" Discussed on KCRW

"Asian Americans here here you too have creator of Philip Wong is co founder of Wong fu productions thank you very much thank you I appreciate it you're listening to weekend edition from NPR news the presidential election could be chaotic for Pennsylvania two separate lawsuits are seeking an immediate ban on a voting machine used by nearly one in five voters in the swing state the outcome also might have broader implications the device is certified in at least half a dozen other states Emily property from member station W. I TF reports no election is perfect but in north Hampton county in eastern Pennsylvania last November their issues went way beyond the typical hook ups lines for long at precincts there were paper jams and ultra sensitive touch screens on the brand new expressed code excel machines Robert Evans waited more than an hour to vote there's a problem with one of the machines they kept people jamming so which allow the line it's goofy but they could discourage some people not me though but it could discourage some later it became evident the problems were even more serious in some races like those in which candidates were cross filed the votes were not tabulating correctly the race for to judge seats on the north Hampton county court of common pleas is one this awesome problems in a race with more than fifteen thousand ballots just one hundred sixty went to the democratic candidate according to the machine count but then a paper ballot recount that took all night show the Democrat actually got twenty six thousand votes and ended up winning a seat the day after the election north Hampton county council Matt councilman Kevin lot lead into the representatives from the manufacturer election systems and software are you prepared to take your machines back if you don't give us the confidence that you can fix this thing we should not have to pay two million eight hundred thousand dollars for something that does not work a month later ES and dust senior VP Adam car believe returned to the county to explain what happened the machines weren't program to properly and the company failed to catch the mistake before they shipped horrible lido also conceded the issue went unnoticed during pre election testing had we scrutinize the results during that process better heavy SNS staff advise the county better on how to do that it would have been caught north Hampton chose the express code excel because it resembles the county's old machines only with the paper back up as part of one of the ongoing lawsuit all of Pennsylvania sixty seven counties were ordered to buy paper based voting systems by the end of last year many counties acted sooner to avoid a roll out during a presidential election and to give voters time to adjust election judge gill Pavarotti ran north Hampton final voter demonstration in the back room of a small community building in Easton you're going to step into the secure both you're gonna put your paper in the feeder and that is going to start the when the machine is not functioned on election day yes and dust pledge to step up its quality control but the company won't provide details even now about what actions have been taken and it's adamant what happened in north Hampton is unrelated to design and security flaws alleged in the two lawsuits Chris to lose the is the policy director at Pitt fiber a cyber security think tank he says officials all over the country should be paying attention to these court cases this litigation the claims around the machine it's likely to repeat itself elsewhere as there's more more scrutiny of ballot marking devices and some of the difficulties we've seen and had reported on voters verifying their votes if either case prevails counties could be forced to get new machines in place within just a couple months or run their elections on paper back up ballots required by state law one case is scheduled for a hearing in Harrisburg on Thursday the other is expected to go to federal court in Philadelphia on February eighteenth for NPR news anomaly property.

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"wong" Discussed on The Travel Wins

The Travel Wins

12:21 min | 2 years ago

"wong" Discussed on The Travel Wins

"Travel into podcast. Kiki Wong Worry Today Kiki how are you an excellent Kiki has the what are the most diverse backgrounds begets? I've had on my show. Let me see if I can get this right here. Musician author traveller newest podcast and Multi fighter research. Yes crazy road of but I think you know being able to say yes to all kinds of opportunities kind of lead you to a hodgepodge experiences but they all have meaning and purpose. Yeah so it's it's been great being all these different characters. Different.

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