18 Burst results for "Yang Jiao"

"yang jiao" Discussed on Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville

Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville

07:42 min | 11 months ago

"yang jiao" Discussed on Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville

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"yang jiao" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"yang jiao" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"yang jiao" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

A.D. History Podcast

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"yang jiao" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

"Enormous power because emperor link out each region to tackle the editor in the in specific way. And this is quite a big thing. At the time normally the emperor just gave generic instructions for all of china follow or the generals and army to follow this one instruction on how to deal with rebellion but because the tobin was so widespread doing different things. Replaces and prolific decided. Hey there's no one way to deal with this. Let's divide up power. You guys deal with these rebellions. How you best see fit in cow could be left to his own devices and as the face poetic man he was he quickly and while the bulk of the rebellion took place in one hundred. Eighty four eighty. She lost it and many years after it was actually in this year that the rebellion's leader over yang jiao was killed so basically happened in just this year but it did it did have lost thing affect on quite a bit longer than the line. Two hundred eighty nine ad and in one hundred and eighteen hundred ad imperilling himself died and this was eight deaf from illness. He wasn't killed by the rebellion by any means and it seems that despite the rebellion link on with corruption so it could be argued that this rebellion was often nothing some extent and what we know however is that despite. This rebellion might seem futile. Ling was the loss proper emperor of the han dynasty following him. His young sort of infant son. Which we've seen in the past before infants is kings never really go to well as nine and over the next few years the dynasty would truly crumble but considering ling died in one hundred. Eight thousand nine eighty. That means we look into what happened next next episode. Which i think is a really truly fitting season finale by the next episode we all into two hundred ad so find out what happens in us. Season finale is that a bit of spice it up. They're beautiful i love. I love how. There's a cliffhanger going into the existing finale exactly true game a french though. Yeah totally and you know it's interesting because we're we're finally seeing the han dynasty..

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"yang jiao" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

A.D. History Podcast

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"yang jiao" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

"Is definitely a great Noticed that description is so rife and so continuously happening regardless of what's going on where and when. Oh yeah definitely so. I wanna throw in there. Because it's just it's one of those things where you can't just take it for granted okay. They were having corruption than move onto the next idea. The next sentence yet to stop and you have to ask yourself what's happening here and why and it brings up some really difficult questions that we are not quick with the time to begin to adequately address. But it's something for you listening wherever you may be to give greater consideration to dip perfectly. Why why seventieth. These powers run by people who can become corrupt. That's a good question you guys can think of on. Let us know in the comments you but even though we had the five pecks of rice and they cut the thing. There was a following rebellion. And this is the yellow turban rebellion. Who we've talked about that. The focal point of my segment today and they will also known as the yellow scarf rebellion depending on the translation and this is basically because they were yellow headgear wrapped around their heads and necks sort of areas. Not the most creative way. But it's always named people and they were founded by a man called and apologies for pronunciation. This one is on gile. He and his two brothers were healers treated people from the peasantry for free and this is a pretty franklin thing to do a very good altruistic to treat people who couldn't afford of allies and it was while treating the peasantry for free. They just sold the suffering of cohen people and they just looked. They compared that to the government. Who did nothing to help. These people and description came to a breaking point in one hundred and eighty four eighty when yang jiao and his brother's started the yellow turban rebellion. He was a charismatic leader. And this began as just a local vote in his area but it soon spread nationwide across the entire dennis the end country and much like the five pecks of rice rebellion before them..

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"yang jiao" Discussed on Qualified Tutor Podcast

Qualified Tutor Podcast

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"yang jiao" Discussed on Qualified Tutor Podcast

"Judy. Tell us about a holistic approach to the teaching of mass <hes>. night. That's how. I try and teach. I try not to be teaching for task. Don't like teaching two tasks like to teach for understanding the children to really enjoy. We start to enjoy what they're doing in most of the children. I teach <hes>. Come to me because they've got really really bad math anxiety. They've they've main off. Lots of them have had a previous shooter. Hasn't worked mind very quickly or you know a couple of months and then the chargers go royal. I want to know the show that didn't work. And then they've reached this awful point weather feeling so bad about my state just can't function <hes>. And then the parents being really worried on they found may try to teach them <hes>. In a way that brings down their anxiety. So there's a lot to do with <hes>. The getting getting them said at the moment that they're not really bad anxiety. Why they they. They can't function that <hes>. That working memory doesn't mean isn't working the processing speed is just gone. Room right down <hes>. On that they just can't function so it's all about trying to get it so that we can bring down anxiety enough for them to function so can teach them so. He'll talk about the connection between the mental health and the readiness for landing. Oh absolutely yes absolutely not <hes>. If that if that you scared in still not fight or flight mode. It doesn't matter wall. Brilliant lesson you chuck out. It's not gonna win and it's not gonna help so <hes>. When i i. Don't a tutoring child. We play all sorts of games and i'm really into gamification of my lessons. A teach <hes>. On zoom and. I use a bit paper. Think's brilliant really setup as interactive whiteboard. Especially for for chooses. That enables me to <hes>. Bill to preload anything. I want from my hard disk or the all of the internet of resources i can make can bring on. I can pace them all into into the paper. And i have all loaded up almost pages. So those will be games like bingo. He had lots of things like bingo. Children love snakes and ladders yang jiao older traditional board games. I will have a aboard posted up onto my into my bit paper. And the first few you i if the child is really acutely anxious to that point you know we we. Just we just play snakes and ladders. I'm you know. I'm not bring in bringing down the level of difficulty or something to a point where it joyal i point. They can start to succeed. They can start to enjoy it. They can start in enjoy winning and that kind of feeling of yakov is kind of failing and you know to be honest. I don't have to play that level only playing the game if for very long. 'cause i generally get sick children. We've got a big <hes>. Reach from now here. A giant dice. I've made out a twelve sided. Yeah we'll get it so that they've got one end the iran they've made up and we said that we can roll them. Show the camera how they wanna be. My my elephant along to was cutting crew. So they're just playing time and that that starts to bring down there that wrong society so that it can actually actually engage with me once they can start to engage with made than their anxiety does start come down. I mean very gradually i start to increase. We go right back to basics now. Children children come to me who are not managing to do the now. They can't do the gcc because many layers back down through the wool. I'll gaps and the thing i do a lot is is trying to find the gaps. I find by lots of all sorts of things that i do but not really aware that. That's what i'm doing and and very very quickly within the first session as we might be playing leader whatever particular snakes not as is one because children love it if you owe ono a three ono on the snake and you can't run the under the desks tonight that it's so psychological things isn't it and they will then you know. Even charlie's massive anxious will laugh. All i've gone down a snake and broken the ice and it's all about breaking the ice being to start to improve that confidence because they've heard the word matt's been in mice lesson they will have just gone into this complete lockdown on so say that that that the memory in the processes we all. That's just gone to. Paul won't do things i i hate tying tat's absolutely deplore because it really messes with children <hes>. If you ask them to do the same thing not timed they will manage to get masses more done and masses. More roy nt the moment it becomes against the clock in any way <hes>. It sets off this fight or flight response <hes>. And then you brain diverts all the energy away from the processing speed and everything so therefore they lend then can't do and it's just this massive vicious cycle which is a tried to sort out or all the way through <hes>. It's also this terrible habit that we have of teaching children to think quickly instead of deeply

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Dyscalculia: How to Manage Maths Anxiety

Qualified Tutor Podcast

06:23 min | 1 year ago

Dyscalculia: How to Manage Maths Anxiety

"Judy. Tell us about a holistic approach to the teaching of mass night. That's how. I try and teach. I try not to be teaching for task. Don't like teaching two tasks like to teach for understanding the children to really enjoy. We start to enjoy what they're doing in most of the children. I teach Come to me because they've got really really bad math anxiety. They've they've main off. Lots of them have had a previous shooter. Hasn't worked mind very quickly or you know a couple of months and then the chargers go royal. I want to know the show that didn't work. And then they've reached this awful point weather feeling so bad about my state just can't function And then the parents being really worried on they found may try to teach them In a way that brings down their anxiety. So there's a lot to do with The getting getting them said at the moment that they're not really bad anxiety. Why they they. They can't function that That working memory doesn't mean isn't working the processing speed is just gone. Room right down On that they just can't function so it's all about trying to get it so that we can bring down anxiety enough for them to function so can teach them so. He'll talk about the connection between the mental health and the readiness for landing. Oh absolutely yes absolutely not If that if that you scared in still not fight or flight mode. It doesn't matter wall. Brilliant lesson you chuck out. It's not gonna win and it's not gonna help so When i i. Don't a tutoring child. We play all sorts of games and i'm really into gamification of my lessons. A teach On zoom and. I use a bit paper. Think's brilliant really setup as interactive whiteboard. Especially for for chooses. That enables me to Bill to preload anything. I want from my hard disk or the all of the internet of resources i can make can bring on. I can pace them all into into the paper. And i have all loaded up almost pages. So those will be games like bingo. He had lots of things like bingo. Children love snakes and ladders yang jiao older traditional board games. I will have a aboard posted up onto my into my bit paper. And the first few you i if the child is really acutely anxious to that point you know we we. Just we just play snakes and ladders. I'm you know. I'm not bring in bringing down the level of difficulty or something to a point where it joyal i point. They can start to succeed. They can start to enjoy it. They can start in enjoy winning and that kind of feeling of yakov is kind of failing and you know to be honest. I don't have to play that level only playing the game if for very long. 'cause i generally get sick children. We've got a big Reach from now here. A giant dice. I've made out a twelve sided. Yeah we'll get it so that they've got one end the iran they've made up and we said that we can roll them. Show the camera how they wanna be. My my elephant along to was cutting crew. So they're just playing time and that that starts to bring down there that wrong society so that it can actually actually engage with me once they can start to engage with made than their anxiety does start come down. I mean very gradually i start to increase. We go right back to basics now. Children children come to me who are not managing to do the now. They can't do the gcc because many layers back down through the wool. I'll gaps and the thing i do a lot is is trying to find the gaps. I find by lots of all sorts of things that i do but not really aware that. That's what i'm doing and and very very quickly within the first session as we might be playing leader whatever particular snakes not as is one because children love it if you owe ono a three ono on the snake and you can't run the under the desks tonight that it's so psychological things isn't it and they will then you know. Even charlie's massive anxious will laugh. All i've gone down a snake and broken the ice and it's all about breaking the ice being to start to improve that confidence because they've heard the word matt's been in mice lesson they will have just gone into this complete lockdown on so say that that that the memory in the processes we all. That's just gone to. Paul won't do things i i hate tying tat's absolutely deplore because it really messes with children If you ask them to do the same thing not timed they will manage to get masses more done and masses. More roy nt the moment it becomes against the clock in any way It sets off this fight or flight response And then you brain diverts all the energy away from the processing speed and everything so therefore they lend then can't do and it's just this massive vicious cycle which is a tried to sort out or all the way through It's also this terrible habit that we have of teaching children to think quickly instead of deeply

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"yang jiao" Discussed on Qualified Tutor Podcast

Qualified Tutor Podcast

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"yang jiao" Discussed on Qualified Tutor Podcast

"Oh absolutely yes absolutely not If that if that you scared in still not fight or flight mode. It doesn't matter wall. Brilliant lesson you chuck out. It's not gonna win and it's not gonna help so When i i. Don't a tutoring child. We play all sorts of games and i'm really into gamification of my lessons. A teach On zoom and. I use a bit paper. Think's brilliant really setup as interactive whiteboard. Especially for for chooses. That enables me to Bill to preload anything. I want from my hard disk or the all of the internet of resources i can make can bring on. I can pace them all into into the paper. And i have all loaded up almost pages. So those will be games like bingo. He had lots of things like bingo. Children love snakes and ladders yang jiao older traditional board games. I will have a aboard posted up onto my into my bit paper. And the first few you i if the child is really acutely anxious to that point you know we we. Just we just play snakes and ladders. I'm you know. I'm not bring in bringing down the level of difficulty or something to a point where it joyal i point. They can start to succeed. They can start to enjoy it. They can start in enjoy winning and that kind of feeling of yakov is kind of failing and you know to be honest. I don't have to play that level only playing the game if for very long. 'cause i generally get sick children. We've got a big Reach from now here. A giant dice. I've made out a twelve sided. Yeah we'll get it so that they've got one end the iran they've made up and we said that we can roll them. Show the camera how they wanna be. My my elephant along to was cutting crew. So they're just playing time and that that starts to bring down there that wrong society so that it can actually actually engage with me once they can start to engage with made than their anxiety does start come down. I mean very gradually i start to increase. We go right back to basics now. Children children come to me who are not managing to do the now. They can't do the gcc because many layers back down through the wool. I'll gaps and the thing i do a lot is is trying to find the gaps. I find by lots of all sorts of things that i do but not really aware that. That's what i'm doing and and very very quickly within the first session as we might be playing leader whatever particular snakes not as is one because children love it if you owe ono a three ono on the snake and you can't run the under the desks tonight that it's so psychological things isn't it and they will then you know. Even charlie's massive anxious will laugh. All i've gone down a snake and broken the ice and it's all about breaking the ice being to start to improve that confidence because they've heard the word matt's been in mice lesson they will have just gone into this complete lockdown on so say that that that the memory in the processes we all. That's just gone to. Paul won't do things i i hate tying tat's absolutely deplore because it really messes with children If you ask them to do the same thing not timed they will manage to get masses more done and masses..

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"yang jiao" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"yang jiao" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"yang jiao" Discussed on E tu yalli

E tu yalli

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"yang jiao" Discussed on E tu yalli

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"yang jiao" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"yang jiao" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

"My house Mia tried. There's a part of me is like is a part of me like all bitch I feel where in my house and if you you company here will disrupt something I got to adjust to it and I don't know if I'm had to make that adjustment anymore. Yang Jiao moving together and learning each other and learning what this person lying learners compromising in this in living spaces. I don't think I have the patience for that anymore. In navigating the trusted just near a lot word is out of work that I'm don't try they year. Best thing your time European your individual time like you're would you have like the best makes relationship the wind the same thing. Is You want that? That's a lie just inundated this good that you use the word investment because when I think of Investment. I'm thinking about money like I think if there's a site money and so the context of money and investments are always a risk like you are putting something in and risking that. You're what you get out of. This is going to be equal or more. You don't want to go down in so for me. That Risk Field..

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"yang jiao" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"yang jiao" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Will welcome the president of Buckingham Palace, they'll be visit to Westminster Abbey tea with the prince of Wales clouds house, then the state banquet back at the palace. But even before he's arrived President Trump's been causing headlines by saying Britain's should pursue a no deal Brexit. It should avoid doing a deal with the Chinese telecoms giant away, and it should back a trade deal that his ambassador admits could involve the NHS the senior White House adviser on the Middle East. Jared Kushner has said the Palestinians deserve self-determination, but he gave no indication as to whether the peace plan, he's been drawing up would propose that Palestinians have their own state, mR Kushner, the son-in-law of President Trump expressed uncertainty of the Palestinians ability to govern themselves without Isreaeli interference. He acknowledged that many in the region was skeptical, but said that Palestinians should. Read his peace plan before jumping to conclusions or they're not gonna judge anything. Based on trusting me. You're trusting anyone else. They're going to judge based on the facts and then make a determination. Do they think this will allow them to have a pathway to a better life or not Palestinian leaders of boycotted the US peace initiative since twenty seventeen when President Trump decided to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel? British Airways has become the first western airline to resume flights to Pakistan since the bombing of a hotel in the capitalist lamb about eleven years ago, fifty people were killed in the airline service was stopped security in Pakistan has now improved and the opening of a new airport in the capital has eased concerns about safety and passenger congestion. Well news from the BBC, the US Federal Aviation agency has ordered Boeing to replace parts that maybe forty in more than three hundred seven three seven max planes and an older 737 model. The aircraft were grounded after two fatal accidents, the details from Chris Butler. The FAA says more than forty plans are likely to the faulty parts installed. And it's ordering that another two hundred seventy should be checked improperly manufactured. Parts are believed to have been fitted panels on the wing that provided dishful lift during takeoffs and landings. Airlines are being given ten days. To fit replacements on any affected. Seven three seven max planes and an older Angie version of the aircraft while it's not thought that the problem could cause, serious accident it again, puts the fifty of Boeing's planes, under scrutiny officials in the US city of Virginia Beach where twelve people were shot dead on Friday said the gunman tended his resignation from the city's public utilities department that morning. They said the shooter doing critic it worked for the city for about fifteen years. They said the authorities were still seeking a motive for the shooting which led to renewed calls for tighter laws on gun control. President Trump has said he's open to talks with the Mexican government that wants it to take concrete actions to stop the flow of migrants into the United States. He again, accused Mexico of taking advantage of the US and said that had to stop the White House said, Mr. Trump was serious about imposing escalating tariffs on Mexico from next week. Pope Francis says made an impassioned plea for European unity saying that unless the e you addressed future, challenges, it could dry up and wither his remarks follow elections to the European parliament in which populist parties opposed to the EU, or greater European decoration made gains particularly in Italy. BBC news. Hello. This is the history. Our with max Pearson this week, the internet's first social network, and it's probably not what you're thinking, also Joa narrow remembered by his niece, plus from nineteen sixty nine the launch of Sesame Street and from nineteen Seventy-nine the overthrow of emperor Bokassa in the Central African Republic. But our first story this week comes from nineteen Eighty-nine and a watershed moment in the recent history of China, because it was in June of that year that the people's army opened fire on tens of thousands of students who'd been demonstrating for weeks in the center of Beijing the communist party in China, wanted no part in the sort of reforms being demanded. So they sent in the tanks. Dan Wang was one of the gentlemen square protest leaders, he escaped the violence and went into hiding and he's been telling Yang Jiao about what happened next beginning of June nineteen Eighty-nine Beijing's Tiananmen Square had been filled with student protesters for seven weeks. Lavar was up on the evening of June. The third nine thousand nine hundred nine I was in my dormitory in Peking university with other students, we were discussing the future of our protests, someone called us from phonebox in a street near cattleman square. He said troops had open prior on the students. The noise of gun five rose from all over the center of Peking. Eight hundred g shock. I'd never thought anything like that would happen. I have no feelings. No emotions. I have no fear sorta joy nothing. My mind was empty troops have been firing indiscriminately..

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"yang jiao" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:58 min | 3 years ago

"yang jiao" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A tiny amount. Communist, China I started trying to control his population in the ninety seventy s most provinces pasta laws to stop capos for having more than two children, a ninety seven nine. Men employed by the state could lose their jobs. If they had a second child heavily pregnant women were forced to have abortions in some cases, couples allowed to pay a fine and Cape. The second child propaganda slogans, promote nepal-ec where everywhere they appeared on TV in newspapers on public transport. And I'm Bill, both in cities and all those in villages your job or a baby. Think about it. It's serious cut. You Philippian tubes. Make your whole family proud in ninety eighty two eight became national policy to restrict families to just one child only a few pro provinces and some ethnic minorities were exempts a ninety three at the height of the one child drive and not long after Joe gonna ho- second. Daughter had be forcibly adopted. He was sent to work. Work has birth control official for six months. Hey so abortions sterilizations and they cover caisson of peoples property. We were told by a senior official that if people broke the rules, we could come off to them for whatever they most feared losing. For example, we could take away villages delays in winter or a farmer's cows in spring. TV sets beds do vase, or any other valuable belongings. They took everything as leverage to force families to pay fines. But even after the parents had paid fines to officials it didn't mean that second child was officially recognized after job on her left to the birth control team. One of his friends told him what his wife had gone through in nineteen eighty three. My friend's wife have been hiding in the house ever since she got pregnant with their second child. She never went out let someone tipped off the family planning agents a team of about eight. Birth control agents came to the village to get her to have an abortion, the wife ran away, but she couldn't run very quickly as she was heavily pregnant the team quarter and put her in van the driver was very sympathetic when they were about three miles away from the hospital that Dr deliberately slammed on the brakes in the confusion. My friend's wife escaped it was nearly midnight and she hit an Patty field. The birth control team could not find she then walked to her own mother's house, which was about seven miles away, three days later, she gave birth to a baby. But the birth control team came on the couple had to pay a fine as policy took Hoed joke on her remembers village. Being forced to have their Lopion chips tied to prevent them becoming pregnant. Has a shoe that there was a shabby clinic by the side of the road. The windows facing the road were broken so processed by could see exactly what was happening inside. It was totally inhumane, about thirty people in our village women and men. In fact, were forced to get their tubes tied after having a second child. Women also had their abortions there, it was so brutal I stood outside with others. I also heard some babies crying, and then they went quiet. No bystander was able to stop what was happening because it was protected by law. If you're against it, you were breaking the law and would end up being taken away by the police in nineteen eighty four the rules changed again. Capos in some rural areas were allowed to have a second child. If they're festival was ago, a song was considered more helpful informing communities like everyone joke. On her new the rose. But as he and his wife only had one daughter in their family. They still wanted to try for a song. But if you chair depended on the most powerful person in their community. The local communist party secretary. My family had a bad relationship with villages party secretary his family, cursed us whenever they went past our door for not having had any sons I was angry. I wanted to have a son to win back. My family's dignity, the communist party had the power to find employees from the public purse as punishment for having more than one child. But some people in village had got away with it. So when Joe goal hers wife got pregnant, he thought they had a chance. Would when my wife got pregnant belly wasn't that office? So we took a chance, my wife managed to hide her bump, and even left the village to give birth but I was unlucky someone tipped off the officials and I lost my job, and I wasn't entitled to any land to farm, a neither was my some they deprived us of the ability to earn a living for two generations. We were very poor after that by some and my first daughter had to drop out of middle school on her believes he was unfairly treated. He has spent twenty years petitioning the government demanding his job back and is seeking compensation. He has been imprisoned toys, after being accused of destabilising society in recent days. China has abandoned these one child policy and now encourage couples to have a second child to base. They labor. Allocate in increasingly agents, -ociety, it's believed that up to four hundred million births represented by the one child policy Yang Jiao, our final story this week also touches on China. It's more than five years now since president Xi Jinping announced the am bishops belt and roadway initiative, designed to open up button. They transport infrastructure, akin to the old Silkroad trading route, but China's desire for links going west stretch back much further in time. For example, it was in nineteen seventy nine that the Karakoram highway linking China and Pakistan was finally opened the public at the time. It was seen as one of the great engineering feats of the twentieth, century. Hi, there has been speaking to retired Major General Perez Atma, who worked on the Pakistani.

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"yang jiao" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"yang jiao" Discussed on KCRW

"Trees the origins of modern Cheney scifi to the beginning of the twentieth century about fifty years before communism came to China and the People's Republic was established China was on its last dynasty and a revolution was brewing. The ching dynasty people felt had failed them failed to modernize China and to guard against foreign powers Schaja is a SCI fi author and a professor of Chinese literature at Xi Yang Jiao Tong university in those early days. She says Chinese Saifi was mostly a utopian vision of what CHAI. China could become because see that at a time. Muslims stories are just a like imagination about a new China in the future. And just imagine that China can be more our fall moral developed more Morton over the next century Chinese Sifi took many different forms and shapes. There were periods when the Chinese government embraced its idealism and packaged it into propaganda at other points. It was suppressed seen as a foreign influence her that was polluting Chinese culture by the early two thousands homegrown. Science fiction was really only popular initials in China. I remember that interest under six I was interviewed by journalist. And she wanted to write a report entitled does size fiction died in China? It certainly seemed like it might have died. But actually it hadn't there were scifi writers. It's just that. Few people were paying attention to their work can Lou was one of those people. He's a writer and a computer programmer and a lawyer based here in the US, Martha was just this is who I am reading a lot of great stories that are really interesting there were stories about global warming social inequality technological advancements things you would expect to find an any Sifi. But in some ways, the work was also uniquely Chinese the basic conflict. If there's anything unique about China is this China has undergone modernization in the last three decades that took the west something like three hundred years to go through this. I fi- writers that can Lou read expressed concern about things spinning out of control too much change happening. Too fast, economic and social gaps in China getting wider and wider Ken Liu was a big fan of the work. He was seen coming out of China. So he thought what if I translated it he didn't have any formal training in translation, still the first story he ever translated landed him, and it's Cheney's author a small award here in the US in two thousand twelve and so I was like this is kinda cool. You know, if I can bring more of my friends work into English to share with fellow anglophone vans. That's really cool over time Ken Liu brought dozens of stories and novels to the US the recognition. The work was getting here started having an impact for writers back in China writers, like Tang Fei. Against. We spoke over the phone recently, and her friend translated for us. She told me that back in two thousand thirteen kenley translated one of her stories. Call girl and helped her get it published here in the US delayed. It's delayed. So she thinks it helps. Helps a lot in terms of how readers and critics in China Hawaii and recently, she just got her first short story collection published in published in China. So should think says it's important to have your stories translated. It was only after she got published in the US that those stories started appearing in China. Other writers who had similar experiences told me they find this problematic that it takes getting attention in the west for their work to be recognized back home, but tank Fay, told me, she doesn't mind. Of course, it took a lot more than just a translator to elevate the profile of an entire John RIA, the stories were really good. And there's also the fact that more people are paying attention to China and its technological emissions as advised to become a world superpower. But ask anyone in the know about Chinese Saifi, and they'll tell you Ken Lou was a key figure the key figure in this story. A story that had its biggest moment in two thousand fifteen. Thank you. And welcome to the two thousand fifteen.

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"yang jiao" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"yang jiao" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Am I doing it? Mardian Green Bay. What's up, buddy? You're on CBS sports radio. Hey, it's cold. Sorry. Yeah. It it's really cold. But what I wanted to talk about was like Robin Green Bay a huge box fan. And you know, what we've got going for straight now with the boxers chemistry. We've got some, you know, obviously, we've got we've got you know, good talent surrounding him. I think it keep fit. That was Lopez. But. I was worried when Bledsoe I you know, 'cause he was kind of like a kyri selfish player at least he had that tag. And he's come around, and he's really matured, and and they just fit well together, I wouldn't touch Kyrie with a ten foot pole. I wouldn't trade him out for anybody on the bucks game right now. Just because of the chemistry factor. It's just not gonna bet. And and you know, I think the bucks the inaugural put it all together and actually make the finals this year. And if you put Kyrie on this team, I don't even know I I wouldn't know. I just wouldn't do it. I'm with you. And by the way, Green Bay, Wisconsin. I just looked up eighteen degrees low of three tonight. So if you're somewhere, that's basically, not their congratulations. Guys, got real. I remember I remember those as stay warm day warm eight five five two one two four CBS is the phone number at sports writer sports REIT are Eric rallying tweets. He knicks. Magic would kill to have Kyrie Irving. One of the top ten players in the NBA, Eric you've got half of that. Right. You got that? Right. There's no chance he's a top ten player in the NBA. I love and appreciate listening, but just off the top of my head. I can get there in twenty seconds. Lebron James Anthony Davis Steph curry, Kevin Durant. Nikola yokich. Janas onto the Kubo. Paul George James harden, who I blame who I'm blanking on guys student never say Koby Bryan back in the day. Now, he hates Kobe so much whom I take in. I mean, I'll take Russell Westbrook over over Kyrie Irving in a heartbeat. Oh, collide, Leonard Amitai. There's there's tons of guys. And I apologize for getting some I'll tell you this. I take Damian Lillard over Kyrie Irving. Eight five five two one two four CBS. Ron arizona. What's up, man? You're on CBS sports radio. Hey, how's it going? Good. Talk about a team that could take are like the New York. Knicks the Near Net, you know, other teams that could really use them who are low bar. Hurry could really bring up those teams and make an average teams bringing free agents bringing in, you know, potential draft stars who might wanna go to New York or Brooklyn. And and the Celtics love getting draft pick their trading Tyree to one of these teams for maybe graphics. So they could spend cat. I really think that as an amazing tell is, you know, those good solo places. It really helps Carmelo Anthony. It's just too bad that they're going to build a team around him when a championship. And I think hurry could help bring up teams that are really trying to look for playoff opportunities. Yeah. That ship has sailed for for Boston. And I actually I think on this show me about it on the TV show on CBS sports as q. I'm John Yang Jiao to consider. Now, carry can just go to every wants this summer obvious. The trade deadline has come and gone. But he isn't alluring talent. Benedetto resident Knicks fan producer Tom on Twitter. You are an ex fan that is unfortunately the truth, it's pretty ugly. What you guys have. I I'm assuming please correct me if I'm assuming incorrectly that you take three second half a second. I would. And I'm a jersey. Boy, I've always wanted him on the team of always wanted to ran on the team to unfortunately, I don't think either of them are winning players on their own or together right now. But I mean, yeah, I'd rather watch kyri than what we currently have. So sure. Rain. That's a I don't think it's going to go. Well, that's reminds you the time a buddy of mine. This is a sad story told me, basically, I'm going to settle. I can't I'm not good with women. It doesn't matter. Stands a true story. A any more? Details dark sorry here. Harry stew. Would you take on the Lakers? I don't think. So I don't think I want to. I don't think I want him in LeBron on the same team. Again. I think that'd be a tough. Now. I don't think so I I'd have to pass on that eight five five two one two four CBS Craig in Anchorage. Alaska, brother,.

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"yang jiao" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"yang jiao" Discussed on WJR 760

"Here's Steve Courtney. Well, w know better than anybody that the Spartans in wolverines could get together for pictionary cornhole outbattled while that being said, we've got another addition of dual in the coming up this Saturday at beautiful Little Caesars arena. And he's the Spartans in wolverines take the ice. That's always great viewing. Here to discuss it the fine head coach at Michigan state hockey Spartans danton Cole coach warrior coach. I'm doing great. I'm doing great just trying to deal with the weather here. Yeah. You got a little bit ice to deal with on the roads. Never a good thing. Coach. Yeah. Keep the ice you better believe it. Great place for it things going very well for your hockey club. Talking a little bit off the air there. Denton four one and two over a year lasts seven. You've got some young guys we discussed earlier in the year. Good news for you. They're making contributions. Yeah. You know what? Several of the young guys are doing real. Well, and drew to Renner has had a couple of good hot streaks in that forum. As a local Michigan, you know, man and a freshman, and he he's played her last three games and done, really. Well, only giving up four goals over those three games. And then, you know, Dennis Zana's a defensive who's leading scoring defense in the country with twenty points. So yeah, he's he's been chipping in as well and doing great things worse. Still very special for the Spartans wolverines to get a chance to play at Little Caesars arena. I guess coach cold. That's that's something that never gets tiresome. No, it's it's it's fun going down there. And I I think the guy's really, you know, they get NHL arena in the atmosphere, and you know, the crowd we had last year was unbelievable. I think there's pretty bad weather last year. And it was almost a sell out. So I'm sure it'll be great this year. I think the guys just they like that. Being Yang Jiao. That's what they've dreamed of their whole lives in. This is pretty close to it. And get a feel what it's like interesting to note. This thing is kind of a back to back you because you're Spartans will meet up with the wolverines in Ann Arbor on Friday night. Yeah. We we had down there. And you know, every year, you know, one of us gives up a home game in this year. It's our turn. So we always do the home and home. So it works out pretty well. It's not a long trip for either us and get back to back nights where you get battle with your with your main rivalry, how will that work? And I mean, you guys go to a squared played the game. Then do you stay overnight in Detroit, you stay in Ann Arbor. We'll come down to Detroit. We'll bring the gear downdraft that off and then had over to the rents and then have a good night sleep there. You know, it's interesting when you consider that this rivalry on ice between the Spartans in wolverines dates back to nineteen twenty five. Lotta history involved there. Well, you know, there is in you know, you go back over the years. And then you look at the run then that coach Mason had here and coach Berenson had at at Michigan. And were you know, really did a great job instilling the programs, and I think that that's carried on and we we we continue to have great games against each other right now coach Pearson has the wolverines ten eleven and six overall their coach, and you guys are right there at ten thirteen in five and five hundred is the is the goal and beyond, sir. Well, it is in you know, if you can get around five hundred is a big tens of tough tough conference. Lebron kind of beating each other up with the exception. Maybe we'll have status put a little distance, and we can't beat each other up. And if you can be around five hundred in this league at the end of the year, you're doing all right. And you know, eventually where we want to get to is that you know, we're we're getting to that twenty win season. And I think we're making some strides towards that. And we still got some season left here to have some things happen. I think the reviews coach the big ten as a hockey conference. A and it's been pretty darn good. I mean, you know, us older folk remember, the H A, and and what that represented, but you know, the direction and it took I think he's paying off for everybody involved. Don't you? It is. And it, you know, I think it took a couple of years to ramp up and get everything going, and I think last year was it was a pretty good highpoint with three teams making it to the final four this year. You know, I think we'll have Bradley two maybe three teams get into the NC double A's. And you know, I think the unfortunate part is at Saint earlier we beat each other up and that kind of Knox's down in the computer rankings a little bit. But it's been a great conference ever every games like a playoff game the buildings have been packed and then vengeance. Just really exciting. A fun thing to be around. All right. Coach cole. Thank you so much for your time. As always look forward to another chat soon, sir. Are you guys take care? Thanks coach. Coach danton Cole. It's the twenty one thousand nine dual in the the Michigan state Spartans.

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"yang jiao" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"yang jiao" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

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"yang jiao" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:12 min | 3 years ago

"yang jiao" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"We can turn our attention back to ease sports. But with the US. Government still shutdown. It's beginning to raise some questions about how players will be getting here to compete. Yeah. This is. I mean, I you wouldn't even think twice about it, especially because you know, these sports are kind of known for their visa problems. But it happened to a Chengdu hunters player Yang Jiao long his visa was denied. He's not being allowed into the country. So he's not going to be here for the preseason. And there's beginning to be questions about whether or not he's going to be able to make it here for the regular season beginning February fourteenth, we started looking into it saying, wait a minute if his visa denied can he actually well, you anything about what what does that look like for the appeals process because you know, you gotta think like with government shutdown it affects almost all areas of of government, someway. Shape or form, I'm saying only a third of the government shutdown. But I gotta tell you it certainly feels like a whole lot more. Well, when you compare this to happen last year. I mean right off the top of my head. Remember there were at least three players in the Shanghai dragons who were denied visas to begin Gurry get delayed for. Was one of them. And there was no government shutdown. Then this is the first time we've heard of it in season two. So I wouldn't think that whatever the reason was that it had anything to do with the shutdown. Well, here's a here's what we know about it so visas for this sort of thing are handled by the US, and what they what's important is about them is they are completely run on the fees that they collect. And by the way, getting a green or not green card, but a visa, yeah. It's like eighteen hundred bucks. That's not oh sheep. They make they make quite a bit of money. But here's where stuff gets really really muddy is that immigration courts are affected by shutdown. So you're that's probably where they have to go to try to appeal the process. So basically the way it sounds like is if you are able to get your visa, no problem, if you go through the process, you get your visa, great, no issues. There's a Cup. If anything goes wrong. Appeal and not just a hiccup a peel is very specific you have to appeal your visa denial. You will have to get an immigration lawyer and go through the courts, which currently are affected by the shutout of shutdown. Wow. That's that's actually pretty serious considering how much international talent comes in for something. Like, the w well, I mean, you know, east sports all around there's a lot of international talent. But specifically for the wwl. This seems really bad considering that all matches are played in Burbank. We'll all of them are played in Burbank. And I think what really stands out here is the expansion this year when over wash league from season wanted to seasons who they expanded teams and almost all not all of them. But nearly all of them are from outside the United States. We saw heavy into Europe heavy into especially heavy into China and India, Canada, those are all things that now people need to get visas to come here and compete. It's not like we have our home and away games yet. And even then that would be a whole new level of complexity, I think overwatch is one of the most affected e sports. By the government shutdown or by any kind of visa travel. Yeah. Especially for all the players who are here for a lot of those players either already have these or didn't have much of an issue getting them because that nobody's have these issues for a LCS so far in the thing is is that we're talking about in. I'm glad you really brought this up you're saying this year. No. This happened all this specifically this season. Why you know, you brought up a really great point in terms of when there's home in away games that's multiple visas that you have to get you'll have to go through multiple immigration process. You're gonna have to get permission to go from the US in China and then come back. Yeah. Right. It's going to be a NASCAR somehow leading brokered by the league. Because if it's not I'm telling you now, there's going to be a real hard thing to do. You're listening to checkpoint. XP E sports and gaming radio wanted to everyone listening on CBS sports radio thirteen hundred in Baltimore as well. As the ticket twelve thirty in Roanoke. Rapids, North Carolina. We're currently talking about the US government shutdown and how that could end up potentially impacting east sports, and whether or not the players will be able to travel into and indeed out of and back into the country. And this does seem like something that is very complicated, and especially with a shutdown like this. It's going to Meyer the problem. And an extended that much longer. And it doesn't seem like there's any end in sight. So I have to feel for some of these players especially this Chengdu hunters player that's caught up in the system now. And it reminds it remains very unclear whether he's going to be able to come in for the season in another thing is really interesting is this reminds me of sort of what's going on with soccer and Brexit because there's a lot of worry right now that if everything is completed once UK leaves the the European Union that getting those words eases the common play in the English Premier League, which is a multi million dollars not billion dollar league that this gonna have even more immigration issues is absolutely absurd. It seems so counterproductive correct me if I'm wrong too, but east sports athletes techniques like work visas. They they don't go come in. And out the same way. They just can't get a tourist visa coming in and out the same way that traditional sports athletes. Do correct. It's the same thing. It's the same visa process. It's a work visa, you're not you're you're going over there specifically to get paid by organization that resides in that country, you have to get a work visa, but I'm glad you mentioned soccer was going to be facing with this. Because really there isn't a very good analog for traditional American sports to what east boards are going to be facing. The closest thing you have is something like baseball or hockey hockey, you have the blood little bit of international grab a little bit. But I mean, like what baseball you have mostly Cuban players Latin American players coming up who have to get a work visa to actually play here. Yeah. But that's all part of the recruitment process. Right. And yet we're we're set to kick off wwl season two on February fourteenth. And I mean like there is no answer for this. Right. That's the thing is the Chengdu hunters. Do remain hopeful that they're going to be able to have this player when the season kicks off completely out of their hands. Exactly. So what I was trying to say there. It was as if you look at something like the NFL. What's the biggest thing that they have to worry about in terms of international travel? What they send it to a couple of teams over. That's it. So it's a play versus east sports. Is this going to be something that's sustainable, not just now? But in the future when we have loosened international move over borders. Well, I definitely think to debts valid question and imagine being in this kid's shoes being drafted into the O. Wwl Siamese dream, your dream has come true, you're where you're going to.

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"yang jiao" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

07:10 min | 3 years ago

"yang jiao" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"But with the. The US government still shutdown. It's beginning to raise some questions about how players will be getting here to compete. Yeah. This is. I mean, if I you wouldn't even think twice about it, especially because, you know, east sports are kind of known for their problems. But it happened to a chain to hunters player Yang Jiao long. His visa was denied he's not being allowed into the country. So he's not going to be here for the preseason. And there's beginning to be questions about whether or not he's going to be able to make it here for the regular season beginning February fourteenth, we started looking into it saying, wait a minute if his visas denied can he actually? Well, you anything. What does that look like for the appeals process because you know, you gotta think like with the government shutdown, it affects almost all areas of you know, of government some way. Shea performed saying only a third of the government shutdown. But I gotta tell you it certainly feels like a whole lot more. Well, when you compare this to what happened last year? I mean right off the top of my head. I remember there were at least three players from the Shanghai dragons who were denied visas to begin to get delayed for. Was one of them. And there was no government shutdown. Then this is the first time we've heard of it in season two. So I wouldn't think that whatever the reason was that it had anything to do with the shutdown. Well, here's here's what we know about us visas for this sort of thing are handled by the US CIS. And what they what's important is about them as they are completely run on the fees that they collect. And by the way, getting a green or not a green card, but a visa it's like eighteen hundred bucks. That's not cheap cheap. They make they make quite a bit of money. But here's where stuff gets really really muddy is that immigration courts are affected by the shutdown. So you're probably where they have to go to China appeal the process xactly. So basically the way it sounds like is if you are able to get your visa, no problem, if you go through the process, you get your visa great, no issues if there's any Cup if anything goes wrong appeal. Yeah. In not just a hiccup appeal is very specific ethnic. You have to appeal your visa denial. You will have to get an immigration lawyer and go through the courts, which currently are affected by the shutdown shutdown. Wow. That's that's actually pretty serious considering how much international talent comes in four something. Like, the w well, I mean, you know, east sports all around there's a lot of international talent. But specifically for the wwl. This seems really bad considering that all matches are played in Burbank. We'll all of them are played in Burbank. And I think what really stands out here is the expansion this year when over wash league went from season one to season two they expanded teams and almost all not all of them. But nearly all of them are from outside the United States. We saw charge heavy into Europe heavy into especially heavy into China and India, Canada, those are all things that now people need to get visas to come here and compete. It's not like we have our home and away games yet. And even then that would be a whole new level of complexity, I think overwatch is one of the most affected E sports. By the government shutdown or by any kind of visa travel. Yeah. Especially for all the players who are here for a lot of those players either already have these or didn't have much of an issue getting them because that nobody's have these issues for a LCS so far in the thing is is that when we're talking about in. Joe I'm glad you really brought this up you're saying this year. Nothing has happened all this specifically this season. But you know, you brought up a really great point in terms of when there's home in away games that's multiple visas that you will have to get you have to go through multiple immigration process. You're going to have to get permission to go from the US into China. And then come back. Yeah. Right. It's going to be. Brokered by the league. Because if it's not I'm telling you that's going to be a real hard thing to do. You're listening to checkpoint X P E sports and gaming radio. I want to thank everyone listening on CBS sports radio thirteen hundred in Baltimore as well. As the ticket twelve thirty in Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina where currently talking about the US government shutdown and how that could end up potentially impacting each sports and whether or not v. Players will be able to travel into and indeed out of and back into the country. And this does seem like something that is very complicated, and especially with a shutdown like this. It's going to Meyer, the problem and an extended that much longer, and it doesn't seem like there's any end in sight. So I have to feel for some of these players especially this Chengdu hunters player that's caught up in the system now. And it reminds it remains very unclear whether he's going to be able to come in for the season. And another thing is really interesting is this reminds me of sort of what's going on with soccer and Brexit because there's a lot of worry right now that if everything is completing once a UK leaves the European Union that getting those work visas, the come in play in the English Premier League, which is a multi million dollars not billion dollar league that this gonna have even more immigration. Issues is absolutely absurd. It seems. So counter productive, correct me if I'm wrong too. But e sports athletes to technical work visas. They they don't go come in and out the same way. They just can't get a tourist visa coming in and out the same way that traditional sports athletes. Do courageous the same thing. It's the same visa process. A work visa, you're not you're you're going over there specifically to get paid by organization that resides in that country, you have to get a work visa, but I'm glad you mentioned soccer and was going to be facing with this. Because really there isn't a very good analog for traditional American sports to what east sports are going to be facing. The closest thing you have is something like baseball or hockey hockey, you have the blood little bit of international a little bit. But I mean, like what baseball you have mostly Cuban players a Latin American players coming up who have to get a work actually play here. Yeah. But that's all part of the recruitment process. Right. And so yeah, we're we're set to kick off OWI L season two on February fourteen. And I mean like the there is no answer for this. Right. That's the thing is is the hunters do remain hopeful that they're going to be able to have this player. Completely out of their hands. Exactly. So what I was trying to say there was is if you look at something like the NFL, what's the biggest thing that they have to worry about in terms of international travel. What they send it to a couple teams. That's it. So versus east sports is this going to be something that's sustainable, not just now. But in the future when we have seen the international move over borders. Well, I definitely think that that's valid question and imagine being in this kid's shoes being drafted into the O. Wwl Siamese clean. Your dream has come true, you're to your country. We're going to be playing for.

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