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"zhejiang" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:43 min | Last week

"zhejiang" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The answers. Just to put a good word in for Bloomberg, one of the few systems you can easily use to figure it out is right in front of you. Inside. Analysis. And the best from the Bloomberg terminal. The Bloomberg terminal is like a Ducati Panigale. I can extract maybe 5 to 6%. It was totally fine. I don't think you're even close. I think it's like sitting on top of a Saturn V 5. Bloomberg markets with Paul Sweeney and met Miller, weekday mornings at ten eastern, on Bloomberg radio. Country Syria's XM channel one 19 and around the globe the Bloomberg business app in Bloomberg radio dot com. This is Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Well, it's half past 9 in the morning here in Hong Kong. I'm Stephen engel. And I'm Doug Krishna at the Bloomberg interactive broker studio in New York. Market holiday in Japan, so no trading in Japanese equities or in U.S. sovereign debt. We have also a holiday in the UK so no trading in U.S. treasuries until the New York session begins. We've got the market now on the mainland up and running and the market in Hong Kong trading as well. Brian Curtis will be by momentarily for a closer look. Right now, a few of the sourest top business stories. All right, thanks a lot, Doug, well, the reserve bank of Australia says there's considerable uncertainty, quote unquote, over its impact on the housing market, a senior RBA official says higher rates will weigh on Australian property prices and curb borrowing. The RBA has lifted its cash rate by two and a quarter percentage points since May as it seeks to rein in inflation. The head of the bank's domestic markets, Jonathan kerns, saying the scale of tightening is estimated to cut maximum loan sizes by about 20%, declines in Australian home prices have accelerated since the RBA began tightening Sydney has led to clients while national prices are dropping at the fastest pace since 1983. Well, the Chinese electric vehicle maker zhejiang leap motor technology has applied for a Hong Kong IPO leap motor focuses on the mid to high end segment of the new EV vehicle market in China. Could raise through this sale nearly a $1 billion. Well, UBS group is reportedly hiring content reviewers to check Chinese research. The Financial Times is reporting the aim is to make sure analyst research published in Chinese is free of any sensitivities. Now reviewers will check the language tone and content is appropriate and make sure it hears to regulatory and internal guidelines. Now a person close to UBS, telling the FT that the bank is not censoring its research. Clayton Dublin and rice has raised around $10 billion in an initial closing of its latest private equity fund, Dow Jones saying the fund will put the private equity firm roughly halfway toward its $20 billion goal for the CD and R fund. Steve? Well, Hong Kong may report a deficit of some 100 billion Hong Kong dollars. That's 12.7 billion U.S. dollars. That's nearly double the budget estimate. A sluggish economy is reduced revenue while the pandemic has boosted government spending. The deficit takes into account the government's sale of 35 billion Hong Kong dollars of green bonds this year. Financial secretary Paul Chan says that prospects for the economy remain challenging. He expects the second phase of consumer coupons to be issued from October will inject more than 15 billion Hong Kong dollars into the consumer retail market. We're at 33 past the hour, Brian Curtis is with us looking at market action. So hang saying opens in a big gap down we're about 1% lower, aren't we? 18,578, I can remember not too long ago being over 30,000 on the angst index has been a rough ride down 9 tenths of a percent. The tech index down even more 1.75%. We had a very strong fix from the PBOC on the currency setting the yuan reference rate at 6.9396 against the dollar. So that was 647 pips stronger than the average estimate and that beat the record from last week, which was 5 98. That was last Wednesday. The media keeps saying that companies should not be betting on the direction of the yuan. It has been weakening, but this helps it we can less when the PBOC sets these strong fixes. So the CNY is still on the strong side of 7 against the greenback at 6 9 9 50, but the offshore pretty steadily on the weak side 7.0039. And in the equity markets in China, the CSI 300 is trading down about two tenths of 1%, just as we've been talking about the yuan, the Hangzhou tech index is extended losses to 2.1%. This could be a blowout here. You're looking at a place that's very interest rate, sensitive. And so we'll be watching this market very closely. In terms of other currencies, while the Bloomberg dollar spot itself is flat, so it's not exhibiting a lot of strength right across the board. In fact, the yen has made some gains against the greenback. This morning, one 42 94 for Dolly yen. And the Euro is still a slightly stronger than parity, 1.0008 against the greenback. The yield on the ten year treasury 3.44% no trading in treasuries because Tokyo is close today for a holiday in Japan. Also noting that there will be a holiday in the UK. And just wrapping up with a couple of other notes, cryptos down here. We've got the Bitcoin trading at 19,004 right now gold is at 1681 at Troy out. Steve back to you. Okay, it's 9 35 in the morning. That means it's time for global news

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"zhejiang" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

Breaking Beauty Podcast

01:37 min | 2 months ago

"zhejiang" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

"Beautiful and pretty throughout the entire wear. Today's episode is brought to you in part by osea. So as you guys heard in my chat with Jill earlier, I just got back from vacation and one thing I noticed while I was hanging poolside and then wandering around all those cobblestone streets is just how dry my legs are. I look down and I was like yikes. I'm used to dry legs in the winter, not so much in the summer, turns out the sun is drying to you guys. I love a radiant slick leg look just as much as I love a dewy summer face look. It's that extra bit of zhejiang that just feels so right with a little summer dress. Osea skin care helps nourish soften and smooth your skin to keep you glowing from your head to your pedicure toe. Let me tell you what's in my basket right now. Have you guys heard about osea's and Daria algae body oil? A certain spice girl may have instagramed about it a while back. It's a seaweed infused body oil that makes your skin look healthy, sleek, and basically just glowing so tight and so right. We know all of osea's products are powered by ingredients from the sea, hence the name and in addition to that and Daria algae it's got acai pulp and Baba su seed oil. So it's meant to be very rich and luxurious, but not at all greasy and smells like summer, like citrusy, but luxury resort kind of citrus fruit. And you can really go for it with osea's total body glow trio kit, which is good value as well. The kit includes the body oil, also

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"zhejiang" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:39 min | 3 months ago

"zhejiang" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"How are an individuals wants and needs represented best in a Marxist society? I'll ask the commie. Obviously through their democratic structure, like the reality is, right? This is the thing, right? Obviously going back to the role of the state to serve the interests of the working class to suppress the interests of capitalists, which is exactly why people like Charlie Kirk obviously are very unsettled with it because the reality is that in America, working class people have to worry about the government kicking down their door for doing things like smoking marijuana. But in China, it's not that working class people have to worry about the government kicking down their doors. It's corrupt billionaires that have to worry about the government kicking down their doors. Just look, for example, giant tech companies, making tons and tons of money in China with very little regulations. Well, what does China do? They put in tighter regulations on these tech companies. And then they take money from these tech billionaires, and then they give it to anti poverty programs across the more rural parts of China in order to fund schools, food, things like that. Like for example, China is this really, really great co op development program, which is really, really great. So they combine ecological. I can tell you you don't even believe this, by the way. If you've got to be, you got to be acting at this point. Why do you think I'm acting? Because you're actually, it's because the reality is so different of the millions of people in China that are literally forcibly held in their homes. The millions in concentration camps, the people that can't even breathe because the air quality is so bad. How about the underground Christians that are murdered in the streets for trying to go to church. So no, continue on your beautiful co op in Beijing, like yeah, we could grow vegetables in Shanghai, so it's so great. That's kind of the argument,

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"zhejiang" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:52 min | 5 months ago

"zhejiang" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Ambassador to Ukraine is preparing for two big transitions First the embassy is about to return to Kyiv They evacuated to Poland early in the war And the other big change President Biden has nominated a veteran diplomat to fill the post that's been vacant for three years In the meantime the acting U.S. ambassador is shuttling back and forth across the Ukraine Poland border and she joins us now from the Polish city of zhejiang Christina ven it is good to talk to you again Hello Ari it's great to join you today You've been a U.S. diplomat in Ukraine for more than two years and this week you returned for the first time since Russia started its assault in late February What was it like for you to set foot back in the country It was amazing to be back I had been wanting to go back since we left and I was thrilled that my security folks told me that the situation was such that it was safe to go back We did a day trip to lviv I met with a wide variety of folks including the mayor the governor and also some of the international organizations in NGO implementers of the humanitarian assistance It has been flowing in So it was a terrific trip and I look forward to taking more of them soon Russia was driven back from Kyiv about a month ago in early April Why return to the embassy now And when I say now I'm actually curious when exactly you are planning to return to the embassy because that's been a little unclear Well we hope to return in the next few weeks We're doing our final assessments That would allow us to determine that the security situation is permissive to go back Even though the Russians did pull back from Kyiv of course it continues to be hit by missiles and I would say that the situation is still not 100% safe So we have been doing careful reviews of the situation to make sure that when we do go back that we can be as safe as possible Can you give us an example of something you're looking forward to being able to do from the U.S. embassy in Kyiv that you haven't been able to do remotely from Poland I think the most important thing is to be able to meet with Ukrainian leaders face to face Of course we've continued to talk on the phone on video conferencing but it's not the same as sitting down with someone face to face and being able to have an in person conversation So I think that's going to be the most valuable thing for me Is to be able to sit down with my contacts most of whom I've known a long time so I consider many of them Friends not just contacts and really have a good conversation and get a sense of where things are The last time we spoke you talked about the many people in Ukraine who you're close to Are they all safe as far as you know Well unfortunately very sadly we lost one of my bodyguards He was fighting in the east in the military and he was killed By the Russians So it's incredibly sad and tragic for the embassy and also obviously for his family But he was a hero I mean he was fighting in the east for his country when he was killed and so I would say that the death has touched us even in the embassy And we don't take for granted We have many other embassy employees who are fighting and so we do not take any of that for granted and we think of them every day and send them our best wishes Wow could you share his name with us His name was valodia We don't use last names just for the privacy of the family but his name was valodia Now President Biden has nominated Bridget brink to be ambassador and take over for you She still has to be confirmed by the Senate but what is your first piece of advice for her going to be after you fill this job at an acting capacity during such an eventful time of the U.S. Ukraine relationship Rest up and get lots of sleep Well you still can I'm very busy job especially these days Listen I've known Bridget for over 15 years She and I have worked together in the past She's fantastic She's high energy She's smart She knows Ukraine and she knows the whole region And she'll be a terrific ambassador when confirmed by the Senate So honestly I don't have to give her a lot of advice because I think she knows the reason the region so well already that she can just step right in and be fully effective on the first day Are you planning to stay at the embassy in Ukraine After she's confirmed Yeah actually you know it's a three year assignment in my three year assignment is up this summer So I will probably stay just long enough to help her transition and then move on Now the last time you and I spoke I met you in the Polish hotel that's been your base of operations and you noted that although you have a lot of diplomatic experience you had not served in a war zone before It's definitely a different kettle of fish I mean there are things you need to learn and challenges you need to take on that are different.

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"zhejiang" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:11 min | 6 months ago

"zhejiang" Discussed on WTOP

"In and around Kyiv but it is revealing a gruesome and disturbing aftermath The bodies of hundreds of civilians in some cases lying in a mass grave The unburied dead who lies sprawled across the town do not wear military uniform They are civilians shot in the head Their hands bound behind their backs Or residents riding bicycles who never stood a chance against the shelling The most outrageous atrocity of the 21st century The country's foreign minister Dimitrov is the Russians are worse than ISIS And CBS News correspondent Deborah patta reporting from bucha just outside the capital of Kyiv Over 2 million Ukrainian refugees have been taken in by Poland since the start of the Russian invasion We're expecting more refugees from Ukraine to flee by the day And many of them are staring with Polish families The Ukrainian refugees tell us they traveled with just a few bags and the clothes on their back They had no idea where they were going to stay when they got to Poland and they met this nice businessman at the train station They're grateful for the support of the Polish people who've stepped up in a time of crisis The host family says they can stay for as long as necessary though these people are focused on going home The EU is granted Ukraine and Ukrainian people who flee the war the rights to stay and work through its 27 member nations for up to three years And it's fox's Alexis McAdams reporting from zhejiang Poland The music that filled the streets of downtown Annapolis Saturday wasn't just for entertainment It was to raise funds for the Ukrainian cause We wanted to find a way that we could help 16 year old Jack shank took part in a live stream fundraiser organized by his vocal coach about a month ago helping to raise $5000 to support Ukraine Jack and his friends then were inspired and decided to take it a step further and do a 5 hour concert for the country in the heart of downtown Annapolis to raise money for the humanitarian organization project hope Everybody that we've talked to was just so excited about this idea and just really wanted to help His mom Kelly schenk Having kids that feel like they could change the world It just you know.

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"zhejiang" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 6 months ago

"zhejiang" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Innovate and build a more resilient food system here in the U.S. Jonathan really fascinating stuff Thanks for coming on and sharing some thoughts there We'll have you back on to get an update here Jonathan Webb CEO and founder of app harvest Right now let's head down to Washington D.C. We're getting world in national news Nathan haber Paul President Biden is now in Poland It's the final leg of his whirlwind tour with European allies Thank you for what you do Thank you for all the president thanked the troops at a chow hall in zhejiang Poland He will be visiting with Ukrainian refugees there as well Bloomberg's Anne Marie horde is in Warsaw where signs of solidarity with Ukraine abound The Ukrainian flag I see Polish individuals on street corner selling Ukrainian flags I've seen Polish institutions and looking at a museum right now is gorgeous museum science museum and they put Ukrainian flags around it Bloomberg xan Marie horden says the president will be in Warsaw tomorrow to meet with Polish president duda and to deliver what The White House calls a major address on the conflict and the challenges ahead Russia says more than 1300 of its forces have been killed since the invasion began more than a month ago NATO puts that toll at more than ten times that The Russian military now says it's focusing its efforts on the eastern Donbass region With Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky's office tells Bloomberg Ukraine will not give an inch of its territory We will not surrender We can surrender on only one case If they kill all of us if they.

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Tales of Anguish Emerge From China's Locked-Down Xian

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:07 min | 9 months ago

Tales of Anguish Emerge From China's Locked-Down Xian

"Meanwhile, from China comes stories of anguish and Jean. On the first day of 2022, outside Jean Jacques in the hospital in the middle of China's worst coronavirus outbreaks in Wuhan, a woman 8 months pregnant, miscarried after being refused carry a care until she had tested negative for the virus. This is a large accumulation of horror stories from the totalitarian China that is Xi, China. They have locked down an entire city. People are without food and water and medical care. And what G, president Xi is concerned about general secretary of the Communist Party is bad press because the genocide games are about to get underway. They didn't want to have a pandemic raging in China, so he's locked down a city and letting them suffer, just like these locked down the Uighurs and the Tibetans. And every sponsor of the genocide game. Every single one is complicit with the suffering in Hong Kong and Tibet in gian now and in zhejiang

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"zhejiang" Discussed on The Chinese History Podcast

The Chinese History Podcast

04:59 min | 11 months ago

"zhejiang" Discussed on The Chinese History Podcast

"So from the 9th century until about just the end of the tenth century, they're almost all from zhejiang province, the modern day zhejiang province. After that, it kind of changes and you see a lot more Fujian merchants coming into the picture. And they dominate sea trade from that point on until about a hundred years ago. They just kept that domination through and through you see them in later later centuries all over Southeast Asia all over the Indian Ocean in Japan in Korea. They go all over the place. But you also do see some merchants from places like suzhou and areas a little further north as for who they were. That's an interesting question as well. Typically, people look at them from the point of view of the official sources, the Chinese sources, where they're just simply record as merchants. That's it. They're just plain old merchants. That's their occupational status that's it. But if you really look at the Japanese sources, you get a different perspective. You see that these people are literate. A lot of them are literate. They can read they can write. They can compose really well in terms of written works and poetry. Some of them are I wouldn't say excellent poets, but they're decent poets. You know, they wouldn't hold up toward the most famous Chinese poets. But a lot of them are literate, and that begs the question of why they were literate. Because it takes a lot of resources, right? You have to educate a child from early on. You have to buy and collect all these books. You need to have a teacher. If someone in your family can't do it, you have to hire tutors. It's a big commitment to make you need wealth to do that. And ultimately, the goal usually is to serve in government. So I'm writing an article now where I'm arguing that they were essentially most of them belonged to the gentry class. And some of them I would think that their families were tied either to local government or even state government. By the Song dynasty, it becomes more clear that they had connections with the state government. So that's a very interesting point because we've just gone over how Confucianism has this bias and hostility towards commerce. Yet here you have members of the gentry who, as you said, they study, they take the exams to become government officials. So why would members of the gentry be engaged in commerce? Yeah, my take at the moment is that you would have a family in the gentry. This is more clear in the Song dynasty, but I think you could probably make this argument or at least put forward the theory that even during the 9th century gentry families they had their foot in many doors. It wasn't just serving in government..

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"zhejiang" Discussed on Lovush

Lovush

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"zhejiang" Discussed on Lovush

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"zhejiang" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"zhejiang" Discussed on WTOP

"Congressional committees tackle the president's $3.5 trillion spending plan on Capitol Hill. I'm Mitchell Miller. Justice Department sues the state of Texas over its new law that bans most abortions. The new NFL season has started early on the Cowboys look a little better than the box, but it is early going at Raymond James Stadium. Tokyo stocks other Asian markets up about half a percent on Wall Street, a slump losses of half a percent. 8 32 ON w. T o P this evening, President Biden announced sweeping new federal vaccine requirements affecting up to 100 million Americans in an all out effort to increase covid vaccination and curb the surging Delta variant. The president sharply criticized about 80 million Americans who are not yet vaccinated. Despite months of availability and incentives. President Biden called out Southern state report Publican governors for standing in the way. Of progress right now, Local school officials are trying to keep Children safe in a pandemic while their governor picks a fight with them and even threatens their salaries or their jobs. Talk about bullying in schools tonight. Some Republicans are pushing back against that new rule for employers who have at least 100 workers to require vaccines or weekly testing, calling it unconstitutional. But some in the business community tells CBS News they are happy that they now have cover to mandate vaccines. CBS News correspondent We Zhejiang Employees should say employers with at least 100 workers must require them to either get vaccinated or undergo weekly covid testing a rule that would affect about 80 million Americans. In addition, the roughly 17 million workers at health facilities that received federal Medicare or Medicaid also will have to be fully vaccinated. Politicos. National political correspondent David Seiders was with us earlier telling us this decision is also political. I think there is a belief among Democrats and it's supported by Poland that strong action on co It, especially around some of these masking and vaccine mandates, even passports in certain places. They pull.

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"zhejiang" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"zhejiang" Discussed on WTOP

"Correspondent with Zhejiang on what he might say We expect he will talk about vaccine boosters, which has been a little confusing in the past weeks because initially, the administration had planned to start making those boosters available. Starting September 20th. And Dr Fauci recently told us that there might be a delay for the Moderna vaccine, which would mean that only Pfizer would be available for a booster beginning on September 20th. So perhaps the president will offer more clarity about that. The U. S just had a staggering milestone of more than 40 million confirmed covid cases. CBS News Medical contributor. Dr David Agus told us earlier that even with breakthrough cases, the vaccines are preventing hospitalization. Vaccines are amazing at protecting what we call the lower Respiratory tract, the lungs. They're not as good in the upper respiratory tract. So if you're exposed to Delta there anything you're fully vaccinated likelihood as you'll have nothing, but if you have mild symptoms, it'll be upper respirator like a mild cold, not in the lung, and that's why they're very few with any hospitalizations and deaths from breakthrough infections. The vaccines work, but they're not perfect. Again. That's CBS News Medical contributor Dr David Agus. After 18 months of fighting a pandemic in Montgomery County, the outgoing health officer, they're talking about the continued fight against Covid. Dr Travis Scales, the Montgomery County health officer, who's cautious approach to trying to curb the spread of Covid 19 sometimes put him at odds with state officials was asked about the difficulty of opening schools while the delta variant surges We are Kind of at the whim of a highly contagious variant. Gales recalled the spring of 2020 when the virus devastated nursing homes. These are real people, real lives that.

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China Has Been Working With the Taliban Since Before 9/11

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:13 min | 1 year ago

China Has Been Working With the Taliban Since Before 9/11

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Typhoon In-fa hits China's east coast, canceling flights

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Typhoon In-fa hits China's east coast, canceling flights

"Typing in firehose made landfall on China's east coast south of Shanghai the storm hit should be off to people living near the sea were evacuated and nine flights and trains were cancelled in the public was alluded to stain tools the typhoon hit China's Zhejiang province with rainfall of ten to fourteen inches full cost for the national weather agency about three hundred and thirty thousand residents in Shanghai southern edge were effectuated up to wind speeds reach sixty miles per hour off school hundreds of flights to Shanghai apples we canceled and more expected to be canceled I'm Karen Thomas

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"zhejiang" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"zhejiang" Discussed on WTOP

"Cut through somebody dangerous work with an emotional cost. Katie has requested help from the U. S. After the assassination of its president correspondent with Zhejiang. The White House says the U. S. Is sending senior FBI and homeland security officials to help with the investigation. The Haitian government has also requested that U. S troops be deployed to help stabilize the country. But a senior administration official tell CBS News There are no plans to provide military assistance at this time in Afghanistan, with the U. S Embassy is reportedly looking at reducing staff numbers because of the violence. Correspondent Charlie Daggett up. The situation has prompted comparisons with the rooftop rescue of Americans from Saigon in 1975. Yet the U. S Embassy has been upping its security protocols. The Taliban claims it now controls 85% of the country. This is CBS News. Indeed delivers great candidates fast, in fact, indeed delivers four times more hires than all other job sites combined, according to Tell. Invest More at indeed dot com slash credit 10 03 on Saturday July 10th 2021 76 degrees now in the nation's capital. Good morning. I'm Christopher Cruz. Breaking news on w T o P. It had been up since 1924 and now the statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Stands no more in Charlottesville. Another statue of Confederate General Stonewall Jackson has also come down today. W T. O P s Dick Uliano, who has seen history made around the world and around the country, and his decades of reporting witnessed history again today he joins us now live from Charlottesville, Dick things seemed to go smoothly. Very much. So Chris all secured the area here. First. The statue of the Confederacy is greatest hero, Robert E. Lee was hauled away. And now the statue of one of its other great heroes, Stonewall Jackson is down off its stone pedestal and being affixed to a flatbed truck. On the side of courthouse square here. A small crowd of people have gathered black and white holding cell phone cameras up getting a picture of this as work crews and A glow green and orange T shirts and vests. Looking very much like construction workers are training LeBron's statue of Stonewall Jackson to the flatbed truck. Among the people who witnessed this, Uh Diana Bryant, a University of Virginia student who was a Charlottesville high school student who first petitioned the city to remove these statues in 2016, of course that was followed. By the deadly protest in 2017 and Miss Brian today, saying that the statues although they're bound for storage, she hopes there never put on display again. Reporting live from Charlottesville, particularly on O w t o P News, Dick thank you. Dick live in Charlottesville, as he indicated where the statues of Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson have now come down. The General Lee statue was at the center of the deadly Unite the right riot in the city in 2017 workers are taking down those statues. They'll be putting them into storage in city property. He stayed with us at w T o P and w t o p dot com predicts live reports from Charlottesville throughout the day. It's 10 06. The second day of the prosecution's case in the Saturday trial of a Capitalgazette killer ended yesterday with chilling video. The difficult day began with testimony from survivors of the shooting.

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"zhejiang" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

The Mark Levin Show

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"zhejiang" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

"With the newspaper was forced and froze in their daily assets. Were frozen in their bank accounts. Excuse me where frozen. The arrests of the apple daily executives were lauded in an editorial from. Cgt in a media outlet controlled by the communist. Chinese government. Apple google nike and the nba. Have all come under fire for their deepen. Exceedingly is to china as well as their willingness to overlook human rights abuses and submit to the chinese government's demands in the united states. Meanwhile these corporations are among the most outspoken when it comes to so called social justice issues twenty nine thousand nine apple ceo. Tim cook touted his company's commitment to quote sustaining a free press and thriving democracy unquote but only in western markets. Such rhetoric is welcomed in china where supporting democracy and press. Freedom is a criminal offence apples perfectly willing to disregard its own values this year. The new york times reported that apple's alleged commitment to civil liberties and privacy did not apply to china. The company gave chinese government employees control over the data centers housing. The personal data of chinese customers the request of the government apple scrapped the encryption technology. It uses another countries to protect user privacy and even removed. It's designed by apple in california slogan from the backs of iphones sold in china. Google in its subsidiary youtuber banned in china but that has printed the company from blocking content critical. The chinese government including videos recently published by humans rights group calling attention to the genocide of wieger muslims in china zhejiang region. Nike is a brand of china and for china. That's how ceo. John donahue described the beneath during a fourth quarter earnings call last week when nike reported net income of one point five billion to the delight of shareholders. Nike and apple are among the us corporations. That have been lobbying congress to weaken legislation that would ban. The import of goods may were slave labor in jin jiang. The nba like nike has struggled to reconcile. Its outspoken support. For social justice causes in the us. Of course with its cozy business ties to china and its reluctance to criticise beijing for human rights abuses and espn investigation published in twenty twenty found that nba training academies and zhang. Were rife with complaints of physical abuse and in twenty nine thousand nine with former houston rockets general manager darryl morally tweeted while we know this story about freedom for the people in hong kong. He was viciously attacked by lebron. James who makes a fortune off nike which makes a fortune of communist china which makes a fortune on labor camps slavery for muslims in china. Where's the washington post sporadic. Where's the new york times sporadic whereas the american media sporadic in its coverage really quite appalling. And so we go back to the peace in the tablet. What crippled the times coverage of hitler and the nazis was timidity in deference to authority born of being an institution controlled by jews. Who desperately wanted to fit into a wasp society she writes. I don't buy this but let's go on rather than run. The slightest risk of being tossed out of nazi germany. Causing a ruckus over its jewish ownership. I believe that the time slow to figure like embarrass. A pitiful ally of history's greatest villains lead. It's berlin bureau during its most consequential decade. So you keep that in mind when you see these reporters for the new york times and these reporters for the washington post and these reporters for major networks and so forth. Keep in mind that their goal is not to be studious in earnest. Their goal is to actually report the news. And it's been that way for a very very very long time. They're out to seek and destroy their out the cover up and sensor that's what's become of the american news media in.

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"zhejiang" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"zhejiang" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Bridge issues pedestrian bridge collapse that killed six Part of kill shoppers job checking on the safety of other buildings. The name of the game in the Northwest again today is beating the heat, Everybody. It's time for our safety check. Thank you. Out of the lot of food. That lifeguard in Santa Clarita, California, where the high for today is 105 more from CBS climate specialist Jeff Sarah delegates a very large heat dome. It's about a one in 1000 year event that's taking place across Oregon, Washington and also into British Columbia temperatures about 40 degrees above normal. In places like Portland and Seattle. Tropical Storm warning has just been issued for parts of South Carolina's coast as a tropical depression forms there, the Department of Defense says. The U. S military launched airstrikes in the Middle East early this morning correspondent with Zhejiang has details from the White House. The Pentagon is describing these airstrikes as defensive president. Fighting directed them against Iran back to militia groups who have attacked at least five facilities and U. S personnel in Iraq and Syria. The Dow is down 131 points right now, the S and P is ahead. Three. This is CBS News. Daily reports and analysis from the world's most respected journalists on CBS. I on the world with John Bachelor weeknights on the CBS radio network. 803 time for Kyra Radio, real time traffic on the threes. Sully continues to be super light out there on this Monday as people avoiding the office or avoiding driving either way, they're not on the roads. The heaviest slowing.

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"zhejiang" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

10:19 min | 1 year ago

"zhejiang" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I mean even if he's not it doesn't matter. He is rewarding so that makes him a report. I just don't know if he is is the affiliated with somebody is he employed by somebody. These are the questions that i have There's an agency the they've been cited by human rights watch and in some of their reports. The some guy applauds human oughta called otta dirt. Kazakh human rights. That's the group okay. An insert kazan is the zhejiang-born khazakh activist. So is right group. And this guy is part of that group right now. He was born in the jingjiang chinese province which is the north western province that borders kazakhstan. But he lives in kazakhstan apparently because otherwise he probably would be dead by now or in one of these camps although the government of kazakhstan gang told him five years ago advisors. They gave him some advice. Saying stop using the word genocide to describe the situation inching jiang in his videos he uploaded a bunch of these videos to youtube thousands of them and had twelve of them blocked earlier this year when reuters went to youtube and asked about it youtube said oh we'll we'll restore this channel but we've received strikes on these videos for people holding up identity cards because they were claiming they were related to relatives who had gone missing in the jin jiang province and so they were holding up their id cards to prove they were who they said they were. They weren't just propaganda right. Like you could trace this person. Talk to them yourself and find out their story. Youtube says oh. This violates our our policy about personally identifiable information from appearing in our content and they struck videos for quote on quote cyber bullying and harassment now. They've reinstated them on june eighteenth but asked the man to blur the id's he's hesitant to comply instead whether he's done that or not. I don't know but what he did. Was he uploaded videos to odyssey now. I should spell this. I didn't do this last time right. Od y. s. e. dot com. That's unfortunate spelling radio because you always have to spell it for people get it but it's the new sort of front end for the library system which is also spelled. lb are. Why is there a blockchain based decentralized system to allow anyone anywhere on the planet to upload whatever content they want to with no gatekeeper. There's nothing that the library people can do. Government goons can come to library and they did by the way after this studio was raided in march curiously. Like within two weeks the sec targeted library which also is run by a liberty activist. Here in new hampshire is named jeremy kaufman. Yup great activist. He was actually at the porcupine freedom festival doing some speaking speechifying on and they came after him now. He didn't get arrested but they are suing library as an organization claiming that the library token which is used within the system is a quote unquote security. And they're trying to destroy his. Are they gonna go after. I love video games. That also have like in game tokens and stuff like that. That's a good question. They're trying to destroy his life and destroy his business as a result of this. There's a huge attack. I crypto. I get it yes. There is a huge attack on crypto and more specifically. There's a huge attack on activists who have taken a stance on cryptocurrency as administrators were removing content. They received another series of automated messages from youtube. So as the channel administrators guided runs it stating videos in question had been removed from public view. This time because of concerns they might promote violent criminal organizations the spokesman of dirt circus's on balaj. Says this is. There's another excuse every day. I never trusted youtube. But we're not afraid anymore because we're backing ourselves up with library. The most important thing is our materials safety unquote balaj who fled to assemble last year. After suffering okay sorry. He's not in kazakh. After suffering repeated threats and intimidation from the kazakh authorities when he refused to stop working with the organization said his equipment including hard disks and mobile phones were confiscated multiple times in kazakhstan making youtube. The only place where their entire video collection was stored so he also had backups until they got physically got conscious. Golan by the man you said. The messages relating to promoting violent criminal organisations were automated and not related to the creator's content but the videos were being kept private to allow administrators to make edits. What does that mean. what are they alleging. It's not even clear. I don't want you to make edits to my videos. If i'm an uploading youtube or skirt. Un experts and rights groups estimate over a million people mainly mainly we were muslim and other muslim minorities have been detained in a vast system of camps in jang many former which wag go back when you were talking about the numbers from the government imprisoning here in the us lake well and we still don't really know how many people have behind bars in china. You can only go with what the government says. And they're not really they're not really acknowledging these things existing many former inmates said they were subject to ideological training and abuse in the camps. China denies all accusations of abuse. Youtube in recent years has restricted more content increasing scrutiny online cyber bullying misinformation and hate speech. The policies have been snared many channels including those of far-right commentators forcing them to seek haven on social media services. Such as parlor that tout more openness however parlor is a centralized platform and as we discovered last year which anyone who even glanced at parlor. Should've known it's run by a company that is centralized and runs a server and has total authority over that server. Library is a protocol right. So in theory if the library company were to shutdown library should continue to run break because is being run like the bitcoin protocol on thousands of computers. All around the world we will at some point. See a slew of these sort of self perpetuating or self supporting things occur with the blockchain and i hope that odyssey in library are part of that sort of you know first wave of these things though absolutely it's taking the power of blockchain and applying it to media right and it's awesome and if that does i predicted is going to happen. You know. i wish it would hurry up. Well it's here. I mean this thing is here now. You can just go and download their client. It's available for cell phones. It's available for your laptop or desktop computer and basically any video you download you become part of the network. That's protecting that video. You hold that thing on your hard drive in as long as you and other people are holding that but it can never be removed can never be taken down. Auditor representatives here pro china groups who denied that human rights abuses exist in jiang are using youtube reporting features to remove their content by reporting it on mass triggering. An automatic block. So as long as there's a handful of counter activists likely employed by the chinese government That are flagging your videos. They're going to get taken down. And all you can do is beg youtube for review and hope that they rule in your favor but if it happens enough times. Your channel gets banned permanently representative shared videos on whatsapp and telegram reuters which they say describe how to report auditor. It's youtube videos. They also point to multiple youtube channels containing videos of the founders face superimposed onto animals like monkeys and pigs which they said were denigrating of his character and work. Youtube said channels are always welcome to move to alternatives its policies bar directing abusive attention by posting non-public personal information such as names and addresses. The service makes exceptions to some rules for videos that are educational documentary or scientific but editor's video didn't meet these requirements to a sufficient level according to youtube so the fact that this guy is documenting. What's happening to people whose family members have gone missing in the area of the jin jiang province of china mysteriously the fact that he's done this documentation over a period of years and has multiple people who've done this. That's not good enough for youtube. They say it's i mean the fix is in here. Definitely the fix is in. They're covering up literal genocide. A genocide happening here people and all of the media all of your mainstream media completely ignoring. Yeah as youtube. Basically gobbles the chinese government's genitals in this case quote. We welcome responsible efforts. This is youtube to document important. Human rights cases around the world said the company. We recognize that the intention of these videos was not maliciously. Reveal p one one and are working without a jerk. Kazakh to explain our policies note. They're not working with them to restore their videos right there explaining their policies to this channel. So look if you want to be on our platform you'll obey and you'll do what we say and you won't be able to produce the videos that you've wanted to produce you won't be able to out these chinese abuses in the way that you've wanted to because we don't wanna lose china. Frankly if we're being honest would say youtube if they were being honest and they're not we don't wanna lose. The chinese market will do whatever chinese government tells us to do. Because there's a lot of that money that we can be making their in china so we'll just obey and we'll help the chinese government cover up what's happening in their province to the muslims. It's a sad state of affairs. Get over to library. Get over to odyssey l. b. r. y. Dot com odi y. s. e. dot com. 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What's on the Agenda for Biden's First Foreign Trip in Office

Seattle's Morning News

01:33 min | 1 year ago

What's on the Agenda for Biden's First Foreign Trip in Office

"The president's first international trip since taking office, hoping to show the world the U. S is different with him in charge. President Biden's schedule includes meetings with allies from the G Seven Nations visit with Queen Elizabeth and have face to face meeting with Russian President Putin, CBS News correspondent We, Zhejiang has more from the White House. His press secretary says that President Biden has been preparing for 50 years for this trip, and in many ways he has first is the chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and then as vice president, But Now it is his turn to set the agenda. The president will kick off his trip by meeting with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday before attending the G seven summit in Cornwall, England. It will be the first time the leaders of the world's largest economies will meet face to face since the pandemic began. Mr Biden has stressed he wants to renew America's commitment to allies after his predecessor sparred openly with them. His goal to rally the world's democracies on issues like the pandemic climate change and countering China. He and the first lady will then visit Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle on Sunday before heading to Brussels for the NATO summit. The agenda there is expected to include defense spending, cybersecurity and Russian aggression. Mr Biden will cap off the trip Wednesday with his first in person meeting with Putin since becoming president. His advisors say that is not about delivering deals, but Rather setting boundaries with Russia on everything from those cyber attacks we've been seeing to its nuclear program. We did

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"zhejiang" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"zhejiang" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"But the risk of large-scale spread as low. The chinese government said the forty one year old man in jiangsu province. North west of shanghai was hospitalized april twenty eighth and is in stable condition. New human case has been reported elsewhere. Can you even believe them now. This this is relevant. This this is why this is important. The american media has prion design when it comes to china it has way more than four hours in there enjoying it too much to seek medical attention. They love china. The chinese fixation and the american media starting with tom. Friedman is just out of this world. Every you know china. The trains run on time in china. The roads are built overnight in china. They they build big buildings quickly in china. Everything is great and they don't have christians in china. That's a good thing. Disney of course doesn't really report anything because they're making too much money out of zhejiang With the chinese concentration camps apple producers so much in china as well the media has a fixation about china. But keep in mind every once in awhile. You hear studies and stories. That suggest that things aren't quite what they appear to be for. Example major dam projects in china have broken for example In china the birth rate is in decline for example in china. The high speed rail system collapsed. I mean literally bridge tipped over in china. The nuclear reactor aircraft carrier there. I was launched allegedly stolen american intellectual property broken caught on fire and its maiden voyage things. And then you got the rocket. The chinese rocket went up launched the satellite and then lost control and crash landed back. Part of me was thinking that's going to be. It's going to land in new york city. The chinese are gonna say oops my bad but it didn't. It landed in the ocean. China is not in the veneer looks good but behind the scenes. They've got problems. This is again from john. Ellis in his daily email president. She continues to advance a narrative of chinese exceptionalism in superiority. The east is rising and the west is declining. He trumpeted in a speech last year. Senior chinese officials and analysts have adopted an amplifies you masses pointing out the relative decline in europe and japan share of the global economy stressing the us's racial and political polarization. How much do you wanna bet if you audited. Blm you'd find chinese money. Behind such triumphalist rhetoric lurks inconvenient truth. China's own society is fracturing and complex and challenging ways discrimination based on gender and ethnicity is rampant reinforced by increasingly nationalistic and hate-filled online rhetoric..

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China's repression of Uighur Muslims

Monocle 24: The Briefing

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

China's repression of Uighur Muslims

"Has been known for some wild that the people's republic of china is mounting a large scale campaign of repression against the largely. Muslim weak people of zhejiang province. Indeed it is arguable. That the campaign has been so large scale as to defy comprehension and therefore to defray condemnation a new report by the bbc based on accounts from people with firsthand experience of what is occurring engine. Jiang reduces beijing's so called reeducation program to details as understandable as they are

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"zhejiang" Discussed on Shock Wave News

Shock Wave News

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"zhejiang" Discussed on Shock Wave News

"Youtube has been infiltrated by his communist party. Linked engineers. okay. We're going to get into the story and break it down a little bit In rinsed in recent days. Youtube made it alarming announcement that the video platform behemoth would begin censoring and questioning the depth state narrative. Joe biden. one is now your leader accepted. Even while the trump campaign and others were legally contesting the results for biden in just enough swing states to win challenges that were accompanied by literally hundreds and hundreds of witnesses statements. And a former sworn affidavits platform issued. Its blanket dictate. There will be no content. Allowed questioning biden's legitimacy now. We know why as reported in national policy. Youtube employs several software engineers who have ties to the chinese communist party since they know all well. That biden is is his. Is there spun to do well. That explains a lot. Here's what Here's what they discovered at the outlet software engineer Tie zhijie taizhou zhejiang. I think if. I'm not screwing up too bad as a software engineer that spent with youtube. Since two thousand nineteen and his previous previously worked for guangzhou. Cheyenne technology is a project. Manager tie provided details about his work at the firm which is based in china noting that he played a major role and successful p. l. a. certification terminal by the minister of public security and secrecy bill secrecy bureau and it evaluation center notes. The pulse notes in other words. She sang lead software efforts on behalf of the la appearing referenced. China's people's liberation army a hosted. Chinese government led intelligent bodies once more he knows he. Notes that garnered numerous staff awards for excellent performance. And then there's another one Jau chen is listed as big as have become a software engineer youtube. Last month he previously previously worked as a research assistant at sun. Yeah seeing university. Sunday sing university where he recently was a researcher to united states. Who pleaded guilty to lying to the fbi over his chinese thai. The university supercomputing center has been on the. Us government's entity lists since two thousand fifteen list contains people in companies the us government deems is a national security risk. And it like it goes on and it just keeps mentioning People over and over and over Another one is a person by the name of yang yang. Yang has been employed as a software engineer employed by youtube since april two thousand seventeen and it goes on to say after doing an inch in term ship at china tech telecom which has been deemed by the defense. Department's haven't collaborated with chinese military for at least twenty years Fan was a research assistant at fond at fudan university which recently took out freedom of thought from its charter. After sending demands from chinese communist party during fans stint as an assistant. Five chinese military tied hackers at fudan university were indicted for proliferating..

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"zhejiang" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"zhejiang" Discussed on WTOP

"Resident overnight. He and the first lady have tested positive for Corona virus. CBS's Stephen Portnoy came in a tweet just before 1 A.m. Eastern. The president announced both he and the first lady had tested positive. We will begin our quarantine and recovery process immediately, he wrote, adding, We will get through this together. It's not clear whether Mr or Mrs Trump have begun showing symptoms, the White House has scrapped their plan travel. The president's physicians is the first couple will remain at home quote during their convalescence. The news comes after one of the president's closest aides hope Hicks has also contracted the virus. CBS News Is we. Zhejiang has learned that Hicks tested positive Wednesday night. The White House knew about it, but the president still decided to attend a fundraiser Thursday anyway. Amazon reveals how many of its U. S employees have tested positive for covert 19. CBS News Medical contributor. Dr David Vegas says the new sounds worse than it is. Amazon today announced that 20,000 workers in total have been positive for Cove in 19 1st. That sounds like an alarming number. In reality, it's significantly below the general population testing rain. Amazon has over 1.3 million employees, and so it's a very low rate of infection. Devastating wildfires continue to spread throughout California. As the winds pick up strength. Buster Davis has run a business in Napa County for more than two decades. He plans to ignore evacuation orders Get in here you would ever fired and so it's easy for them to say leave. Come back later, we'll down. I might come back to nothing. Boeing's decision to shut down a Seattle area assembly line and build it 7 87 jetliners in South Carolina instead is not sitting well with Washington Governor Jay Inslee. You know about 1000 Washingtonians face job uncertainty as a direct result of this decision. And it creates uncertainty for many, many other employees. Including potentially folks in the supply chain of this wonderful airplane. Newly released figures from the military shows a steady rise in suicides for service members, with nearly 500 dying. Last year. CBS's David Martin report, staff Sergeant Jason Lo was a paratrooper with the elite 82nd airborne in August. He took his own life, leaving his heartbroken father, struggling for answers were shell shocked. We have no idea And that's the worst part. Jason Lowe was one of 15 suicides at Fort Bragg this year by far the leading cause of death. They're part of an alarming 30% spike and suicides among all active duty soldiers. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the w T o p AP Balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the.

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Five patients quarantined in China's Zhejiang for respiratory illness

NPR News Now

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Five patients quarantined in China's Zhejiang for respiratory illness

"To patients in Beijing and one in Shenzhen had been diagnosed with pneumonia caused by a new strain of corona virus according to local health officials. All three patients have traveled in the last month to hun a city of eleven million in southern China where the outbreak originated these. Three cases aces are the domestic ones confirmed outside of John marking the spread of the virus within China. Meanwhile the situation escalates in one as officials reported one hundred and thirty thirty six new cases over this possibly can alone including one fatality as hundreds of millions of people gear up to travel for the Chinese New Year authorities in large cities around the country. Entry say they're wrapping up screening measures at major transportation. Hubs Amy Chang. NPR News Beijing.

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