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"choon" Discussed on Balanced Mind with Julie Potiker
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"choon" Discussed on Balanced Mind with Julie Potiker
"Allowing your breath to find. Its natural rhythm. Relax your eyebrows and your eyelids. Relax your cheeks your ears and your jaws letting your teeth part we pick up so much tension in our face just soften and smooth and relax your face even imagine relaxing the of your mouth and then when you go to lips gently allow your face to slightly smile dropping that smile down into your throat your neck just soothing and relaxing and smoothing softening letting your shoulder blades move down your back issue. Dropped out into your heart center and just take a few moments there to see what's going on with your one precious heart today now letting your.
The Psychology of Finding Your Voice with Emmanuella Grace
"What can we do to move beyond what maybe our perception of what we sound like. And i think come to terms with the actual voice that we have because you focus a lot on the psychological components. What else should we be thinking about. Or what else do you think about as a coach and as somebody that really does focus on boys. What are some other things that realm that that come into play. there's a couple of components. Amy cuddy did some amazing research power poses. Which i think if you're not living under a rock you've come across at some stage and what we understand. Even though that their research has moved on because it's been ten fifteen years now what we did understand from that research is that how he's our bodies effects. How our minds feel and so by getting into a good head space before you communicate in an important context. Let's say the word or even before you get up and connect with your family at breakfast table. Get yourself into a good head space but you can use your body to do that. Which might be doing some sit ups doing some power poses or We put on a record and debt seated or anything where you're feeling good in your body will affect the sound. That comes out if you think of your voice as the sound that an instrument is if instrument feels good like. Let's he's example of a trumpet because that would make sense for people right. You hear people talk a lot about the diaphragm. It's important if it wasn't working. You're not breathing. But i don't think that it needs to be the focus of voice training. It really is just the air that goes into the instrument so it's important inasmuch as the power behind the sound but it doesn't deserve the amount of tension i think it's gotten in the past diaphragm important. It helps you. Get the air through the trumpet. But if the trumpets been banged against a tree and filled up with mud and you haven't cleaned it lately and it's still got a bit of spitting. it's going to be bradley. And a bit outta choon and it when you hit a high note squeak and it's going to be a good sound right so if you don't look after the trumpet sound that comes out the other end of it however good the air going in is it goes through the instrument. Which is your larynx and your farrington your sinuses and it'll resonates in your face. If that part of the instrument isn't functioning well the sound that comes out. The voice that comes out of the instrument is not going to be great so that is also true that if we look after our minds which is the thing that controls the instrument we look after our minds i if we get off body feeling good straight away. Your voice is going to sound better because you're looking after the instrument does a whole. You're polishing that trumpet. Your removing this spit. You're taking care not to bang it around keeping it warm. All of those things will make your voice and your instrument yield a better sound. Would a fantastic analogy. I love that another analogy that you'd give it at least a thought is this idea of having childlike mindset. I absolutely love this thinking and we are so conditioned as adults to move away from this imagination that we have as children where sky's the limit and we could do anything we just have this. Everything's possible mindset. And i love the child mindset when it comes to voice and one of those things that you talk about is even singing in the shower. Oh yeah the hotel excelsior. Why why are you gotta get exercise. Firstly the acoustics are usually really good if all the rooms in the house where you get a sound great because it's like naturally some echo. It's good but one of the things that can make it challenging is your naked and so people will feel expose. what like. Hopefully you're naked shower. But even for me. I can have moments where i'll get in there. I'll be like okay. You know this is where it's few now saying all my mind will go blank. And after being a professional singer for more years than i want to tell you i will still have a member. I'll be like. I can't think of anything to sing. So then i'll usually go dance with somebody so always worse as port of call and hope that i don't slip and fall in the shower. It's one of those things where you've just got to set aside your inhibitions and be like i'm naked. This is the best thing in a sound. Let's go and just go with whatever goes into your head first because it's warm and steamy so your vocal folds are in a good space and you relaxed because hopefully no one's banging on the door and telling you they want breakfast and hasn't used the litter or to spin cycle isn't going in the laundry because now we're all living at home at a lot more than we used to. But it's one of those things where it's just somewhere where you can get really uninhibited and if you can feel uninhibited when you're naked. He's going to be so much. Easier to feel uninhibited. You're dressed in front of an audience. Like your rib
Whole Family Wellness
"Let's start by having you introduce yourselves the way you would to a large group of people So I was born and raised in the area. That is now known as North Dakota. I'm from the Turtle Mountain Band of my Mom's side of the family. So I'm initial Bay and I'm Papa Lakota from the Standing Rock on my Dad's side of the family I lived on the East Coast for a number of years where I went to college at Dartmouth and I went to Grad School at Columbia University for Journalism and I am now the mom to a one year old and the partner to fashion. We live together in Phoenix Arizona where we run our our initiative called while for Culture. So wellness is my passion. I'm also a writer and a journalist but pretty much everything I do. Now is like health and family related Well softball scoop dodged everyone to the both of you and for those. That had a chance to me on. Yep Suga cash on knock to damage over jude are Choon. I'm from the Salt River. People around this area right here and Just happy to be here sup without the ATHOL AENA. Happy to be sitting here to be speaking with both of you. And it's awesome and you guys are one of our favorite podcasts and so we are just honored to be here and wanted to say thank you to the for the awesome work that you're doing with this in just around native country and the individual work you know we worked together. Matija in the past and I worked a little bit with us well at college horizon. So it's awesome to be here in this space to be able to be discussing more of these so very happy with that also work with the native Wellness Institute. I'm a board member there and I've been working with them now for about ten years now and Chelsea said one of the CO founders in our initiative that we call wealth for culture and and as Chelsea had said as well. Wellness is something. That's definitely my passion and the wellness that's rooted within our people and sexual ways. Yeah something that. I'm very passionate about and Just very Excited to try to share what little we know in this area of health and wellness as it pertains to family as you said and we know that that's a big part of of our communities you know it's it's the strong communities are built by our strong families and that's really the root of healing in the root of preserving and maintaining evolving. Our indigene are families and I think that's one of the most beautiful things we can put our energy and effort to especially in Mike this. You know when it's just we have so much going on and on world you know so my heart is full and I'm happy I you know I think the other thing. That's really cool. Is that you know you're a photographer. And you danced for years right with your work with Rohan long on the street. Dance B boy crews and stuff Yeah I didn't think about that what I think about this work. You do too because it's kind of like you know this evolution of becoming these. These people like Chelsea talks about you know going to Dartmouth and Columbia and becoming a journalist and and then you yourself. It's like being a photographer and working in industry and it takes so many different skills to put out content on a regular basis. And you know you to have been developing those skills for a really long time so maybe we could start just having you talk a little about the origins of welfare culture. And and your purpose and what that means to you individually. Well we founded in twenty fourteen shortly after I met. Actually we both were on our own individual healing and wellness journeys And we came together as friends and we did this cool photo. Shoot Auch Photograph me as it was at the time we were calling it like an urban warrior kind of thing but it was just this really cool fitness that we did in your city but meanwhile we were having all these conversations talking about how you know healthy. Lifestyles really are congruent. With our ancestral ways. Both of us were raised in ceremony. But both of us also kind of went the wayside with that a little bit You know during our teens and twenties and you know moving away both both of us moving away from our reservoirs and into cities and kind of just exploring the world and but eventually coming full circle back to that and so it was really cool because I connected as friends through that shared passion for connecting wellness with with our culture. At the time. We realized that there wasn't a lot of imagery of healthy active strong native people and we wanted to change that and so we co founded while for culture and it started as a website and an instagram and facebook page and then it quickly grew into basically this consulting business in Marietta. Other things that we do as well. Yeah we got together because like Jesse had said she was doing journalism. And as you'd mentioned I was doing photography and I after a while. I really wanted to start to kind of help. Help help with the movement that that you're contributing to your work is just to help to portray this our image. You know what I mean that we do have in our communities that often doesn't portrayed in so we started really like she said delve into that and we started really looking at it. And you know I was coming from a perspective of coming. From my community where diabetes obesity cardiovascular heart disease is really super high high in comparison to the non native people that are live on the border. Just a couple miles away you know. The life expectancy is just the gap between is is insane and so I was coming from from that perspective. That how we need to we need to really reclaim our health. And we need to put our health for first and foremost in our diginity to continue on and for me it was it was it was moved my body exercising and training and Alice really trying to draw those connections between that in and being a part of the community and We share a lot. Two of my personal observation is that I watched the the the the the community. I guess involvement and ceremonial things that bring wellness and love and happiness declined because of poor health. People can't show up so I just got really driven on this. This thing like you know we need to. We need to reclaim our health. In whatever way that is for people you know for me was exercising and know trend to really strengthen my relationship to food and so we got together and we start man this is. There's so much more than just you know putting out an image of somebody working out and trying to encourage and motivate people. That's a big part of it. You know but there's certainly a lot more to it so you know. We delved into it to try to create more of a wellness model. That was kind of rooted in in a lot of our cultural values and just kind of going around native country with my work. With Native Wellness Institute the Focus was always on on for sure was pinpointing historic trauma was healing but we didn't see the inclusion a lot of bringing a healthy lifestyle once again. It's as far as physical health. Bring our foods right back into the conversation healing or bringing movement and into the conversation. We're really seeing that so much too and I think that that's sort of like our generations contribution like it's what we're doing this all of us living here now so we really kind of just tried to go forward with that and develop it over the years and later on we became a family and and we realized that everything we were we were coming up with in creating and learning about and putting into practice and sharing about and doing workshops and trainings on was. We're things that we have this opportunity now to live that into model that and to to show that and I think that that's one of the most powerful things we can do is just model that you know model that that that wellness of that. Good life for all of our families to see you know. We're we're strengthening that spirit of wellness step brings families together increase healing once again to you know when when anyone participates in that and so and so you know. That's that's how we got to where we are with it today and as you said now we are really you know as a young family moving forward with that
Does Love Have an Expiration Date?
"Does love have an expiration date in today's world? In many societies people talking about finding the right person the one they can share the life with share home and if they are certain age have children with some people feel if they haven't found love by a certain age while what is the point of it all but does love have an expiration day. Sure no one wants to wait until they're seventy to be with a one day they can share your life with. Most people would rather find so much sooner than that if they want especially if they want to have children but when you see and hear stories of people who thought they would never meet someone or who meet up with so one They wanted to be with When they were younger but lost contact and then all of a sudden there is love calling other name or even people who have been married and coupled for years even had children but never had what they call love and later they find that special person that someone they know is the one most of us look at savings life all. That's really nice but so long so long to find love. The love really have an expiration day. Are we really likely to find it at any embrace? It like we have just got the biggest prize of our allies. Maybe maybe love. Choon love takes longer for some people than others but one thing I believe is that love. True love has no date remember. Love always
"choon" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
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"choon" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Near choon Chino hills parkway is grown to fifty acres the fire is burning near Chino hills parkway and falling star lane two people have been her in a boat crash in marina del Rey three people were on board the boat when it became stranded just after nine last night and had a Jedi the but was then pushed into the rocks thousands of protesters are in the streets of Hong Kong violent protests between pop up police and demonstrators have been going on for weeks because of a post extradition law that would allow suspects to face trial in mainland China got your weather and a crash of the ten next four seven we drive our cars only two to three hours a day how long do you think cars with less we drove down twenty four seven did you know the air conditioners last longer in Minneapolis that in southern California people in the desert user air conditioners all blocked is the price we pay to live in such an awesome place according to JD power associates most cars are driven about eleven and a half years wow air conditioners in the desert last about eleven and a half years even though we run those bad boys twenty four seven you go where conditioner show your AC a little let gentle give it a happy re choose the nation just any box and bring it back to factory specs and when that sad day comes in your case and can no longer be rejuvenated get a workplace of high tech built to last brand new gatal unit and if you want really the spray was new car smell get a G. O. E. T. T. L. it'll keep you cool but it's hard to spell so cal whether.
Spotify adds embedded player for podcasts
"Now, let's anyone imbed a podcast or an episode last time we check this, the audio only played for thirty seconds. It now plays the whole lot with no sign in required. You'll find a link to find out more in our episode notes, and our newsletter today Choon in has launched pod club podcast series designed to give listeners in new way to discover favorite podcasts from some of the most well known and respected podcasters should your podcast have a trailer. Dan, Meisner from Pacific content. Analyzes, the data has a spoiler. Yes, it should crunch base has looked at podcasting investment in two thousand nineteen Jonathan Gil from backtracks his quoted in the article saying that remaining gaps content monetization and deep analytics. And even the discovery of a podcast, that is interesting in the first place in the podcasting space opportunities for startups. Swedish, paused studios, storytelling has received an undisclosed amount of investment from media company co made Stockholm simple costs right about SEO and PDO for podcasting was Pedio. It's podcast. Directory optimization. Of course, keep out granted arts clamps suggests that the Australian podcast landscape is growing. Hollywood reporter reports on a panel, a TV production conference over the weekend called power of podcasts, the trend of bringing podcasts to life via TV and film in Swiss German pod. Catcher does a full review of the desktop apple podcasts app. One interesting feature is called smart speed. It looks just to be variable, speed playback. But it is something that I changed lacked, and how are would be democratic presidential candidates using podcasts to get them message home willing to a piece of analysis from pods db. And that's the
"choon" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Access from the UK that they would have had before. So they've to spend money on that Choon of hundreds of millions of pounds. But it goes further than that. Don't ship bind city group. They're in the process of shifting, billions in assets on the constant again some meat bragging, she requirements, and then you have staff meeting as well. You've seen employees JP Morgan, for example, going from London flights a front in Paris. So there's been multiple effects on the city of London and has been a negative on the whole you're talking about money, moving, and people moving who were the big winners in terms of where they're going, you mentioned Frankfurt Paris Dublin. I feel like comes up in a lot of conversations. Do you get a sense of, you know, kind of where the net positives are competing, right? The three biggest beneficiaries. I think all the likes of Frankfurt Paris. And I think you should mention Saddam as well because I'm Saddam has seen you've seen foreign exchange markets moves that debt markets, too. So that's been another big beneficiary, basically, the other major capitals in Europe, Lynn, another one that comes to mind. So it's those big. Benefitting IB expensive under and one of the things you point out when you're talking about the banks is that this isn't something where they can just sort of flip the switch and say, just kidding come on back, the UK's not actually going to leave the EU after all. So just pretend it never happened to me. These are long term changes right fish? And there's this culture society station with moving this amount of hassle as well. And there's a few, which says that, yes, you've gone to those efforts to make those news. Why would you bring it back necessarily, if you have Neo perations in the continue to trade within the won't.
News in Brief 2 May 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. A senior year NFL has warned that harsh drought conditions currently affecting southwest state in Somalia unlikely to trigger a major humanitarian crisis if version actions, not taken George Conway acting U N deputy special Representative for some Malia issued the warning while he was assessing the effects of the prolonged drought on vulnerable populations. In by doa, highlighting the underfunding of this year's humanitarian response plan. Currently only nineteen percent met. Mr. Conway said on Thursday. It would require strong advocacy with donor and financing partners to avoid a crisis and stop it. Increasing potentially over the edge into more disastrous conditions, according to the UN office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs ocher drought conditions during the two thousand eighteen nineteen rainy season have led to an increase in the number of people designated food insecure since October of last year, Mr. Conway was accompanied by members of the Norwegian government's which is already supporting a number of projects in the region. Thursday is world Choon a day which serves. To highlight the importance of this valuable food resource to the marine ecosystem and the global economy says the Iran established just two years ago the day raises awareness about the importance of tuna, a staple of the seas and serves to promote more sustainable fishing practices, highlighting that junior and Tina like species are very important economically to all countries and a significant source of food the UN wants that Younus threatened by an overwhelming demand, especially for traditional canned tuna and Ashim and sushi confirming that approximately seven million tonnes of tuna landed yearly the UN food and Agriculture Organization FAO emphasizes the whole aquaculture sectors role in the cheating, the twenty thirty agenda for sustainable development in particular, sustainable development goal, fourteen to conserve the ocean and its resources and sticking with the global festival of action kicked off in Bonn, Germany on Thursday, aiming to inspire SDG campaigns to scale up and broaden the global movement and make the seventeen goals reality. Organized by the UN SDG action campaign the groundbreaking event runs until Saturday providing an interactive space to showcase the latest innovations, tools and approaches to SDG advocacy, bringing together more than fifteen hundred political decision-makers activists experts business leaders and creatives from over one hundred and thirty countries the festival is expected to motivate not only organizations, but also individuals in the push towards twenty thirty. My wells UN news.
What is China's Belt and Road Initiative?
"Over the next couple of weeks nature is publishing a series of feature articles that focus on China's massive belt and road initiative. This project will connect the country to others around the world by building infrastructure, including high speed rail networks, airports and even whole cities to date one hundred twenty six countries from Africa, Asia Europe and South America have signed up to the project, which is designed to transform the global movement of goods and services. The features in nature are looking at the effect that the Belton road initiative is having on scientific research and different parts of the world. The first two of these features are written by science policy journalist s and Massoud who dropped by to tell us more. So the Belton road is six years old when he finishes it will be the largest infrastructure building project coming out of one nation since probably the Marshall plan in which the United States. It's mostly financed. The rebuilding of Europe. After the end of World War Two. It was a mix of grants and loans to European nations. This is mostly loans and some grants from China to the nations that go towards its west and leading up all the way to eastern Europe conservative estimates. Put the cost of the Belton road initiative at over a trillion dollars on the project, which was launched in twenty thirteen by China's president Xi Jinping is designed to connect China to countries around the world by an expensive network of land and sea routes. It's about building railway lines. It's about building motorways. It's about building airports, and it's about either building newports or Chinese companies taking over the management and the running of seaports the Belton wrote initiative or be R is is sometimes known aims to transform China's global trade networks and access to markets. But shortly after its launch it became clear that science was going to be a big part of the initiative as well. This aspect of the Belton road is overseen by the Chinese Academy of sciences president by Choon Lee who last year roads in the bulletin of the Chinese Academy of sciences that quotes science technology and innovation of the core. Driving force for the Biaro development. The Chinese Academy of sciences as invested over two hundred fifty million dollars into Belton road signs and technology projects opening centers of excellence in China and building research and training centers across the world. His also setting up the digital Belton road is data sharing platform for participating countries alongside all of this comes a big investment in the training of PHD students from Belton road countries. Just in Pakistan's to one country right now, the total numbers of scholarship holders masters and PHD scholars is about seven thousand a year. Now just a few weeks ago, the Chinese ambassador to Islam abide said that he wants to increase that number to twenty thousand and this is just like one country. So you're looking at quite large numbers of people who right now, very young going to go to China going can do that PHD's learn Mandarin when they come back. They will outnumber the English speaking community of scientists in PHD Holden and say China's really looking to the long term in terms of both building capacity, but also making a sort of very strong case for very China friendly. Scientists into the future. The majority of these students studying in applied sciences or engineering and being trained in areas, particularly important to their home countries. It seems like a win win China build his global research networks and the country's build relevant research capacity within the countries themselves and particularly at the level of the early career researcher. There is hardly any criticism of what's happening here. I think people are genuinely surprised, but in a good way that a superpower like China is suddenly interested in the training of scientists.
"choon" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"And that was the case last night in the staple center. All eyes were on Anthony Davis and the visiting pelicans. And let's just listen to how. This is now the staple center faithful treated the introduction. A gentleman by the name of Davis. Choon for him. I really need to Lakers to become contenders. Again. Thirst is out of control from the Bronx to ice the game. One foot from the corner that was a huge shot with a game at the Lakers needed to win. But all the focus was really on. Anthony davis. Jalen, what do you think about last night in staple center? I think it's unfortunate for the league for the pelicans. Or the fans of the game that he's on a minute restriction. That now affects the outcome of basketball. They might as well some been and some amount is they can say they played them to save one hundred thousand dollars forever league is threatening to find what has a player you don't want all zeros on your stash eat so he's not going to sign up for that. So that's why becomes a murky situation. Here's what I think the solution should be if he has a minute restriction the lion's share of those minutes should be in the fourth quarter, not in the first quarter. And quite as kept the Lakers didn't exactly blow out the pelicans last night, and they didn't have Davis in the fourth quarter. But it was a close game. They won this game. Because Anthony Davis did not play more than twenty minutes. No question about it. Especially in the third quarter because the pelicans were praying playing really well. Well, here's something I wanna point out that a lot of people are sleeping on. I've talked so much about the Lakers. Three best. Players being LeBron who's month in Ingram's been hotly. You know, Luwan did the people are sleeping off started. Brought jail McGee off the bench also five for five the same amount of productivity, and you learn when you around the game very often for some players is basically going to be the same regardless of the ministry play. So what I mean is a guy like javale McGee if you're gonna play in between twenty and twenty four minutes, basically, get the same steps he will get you playing thirty five and need to warm up and get hot. You know, what I mean like he's he doesn't need to get his jump shot going early in the game. And so therefore he was still five for five able to catch his laws able to get his rim. Ron's able to get his finishes while now all of a sudden you looked at those highlights in the Lakers look fast. Elaine, look open. Lebron have ruled the double pump and ULA..
Taiwan’s President, Defying Xi Jinping, Seeks International Support
"Wilson reports it escape games planners are locked inside a room where they work together to solve puzzles of find clues to make their way out the five girls who died was celebrating a friend's birthday when the visited the attraction in the northern city of ca chairman a man was seriously injured in the blaze was taken to hospital. The cause of the fire is still not known, but the Polish Interior minister Joaquim Brzezinski has all the checks to be carried out more than a thousand similar venues across the country escape rooms have experienced a surge in popularity in recent years in many countries for anything from birthday celebrations to company team building days. President Trump has that he's considering declaring a national emergency to bypass congress and build a wall along the border with Mexico. He said US security was at risk. Mr. Trump was speaking after talks with senior Democrats failed to produce a breakthrough in the row that's caused a partial shot. Down of the government now in its third week Democrats who this week control of the house of representatives opposed. The plan will this is the latest world news from the BBC. Sporadic violence has continued across the southern Indian state of Kerala. Nafta two women entered the Sabra Molle temple on Wednesday explosive devices targeting politicians from the states governing coalition caused several injuries on Friday night. Many have blamed right-wing Hindu groups for the continued violence and in apparent revenge attacks, one of their homes at an office was that on fire. The Pentagon is trying to verify reports that one of the architects of a deadly attack on an American worship. The US has coal more than eighteen years ago has been killed in Yemen. A US defense official confirms that Jamal Abu Dhabi. A suspected al-qaeda commander was the target of an asteroid on Tuesday Arab media are reporting that he died Nigeria's president Muhammadu Buhari has admitted that one of his appointments to the board of the electoral commission is a relation by marriage. But he denied opposition allegations that the Commissioner Haji Amina Zakhari is actually his niece claim that prompted complaints of rigging ahead of the elections in February. In japan. A record three point one million dollars has been paid for a Pacific bluefin tuna at the first new year auction of Tokyo main fish market, the tuna which way is ninety two hundred and eighty kilos was bought by a sushi restaurant owner Rupert Wingfield Hayes reports Kyoshi Kimura is known as Japan's tuna king and the price he pays at the annual new auctions bears only a vague relationship to the actual price of tuna on a normal day. A similar sized fish would sell for around forty five thousand pounds. Today's record is in part about status, and it creates a lot of publicity for Mr. Kimura and his sushi empire. But it is also a reflection of the scarcity of large Pacific bluefin tuna. They are officially listed as an endangered species. And since the middle of last year prices in Tokyo have climbed by more than forty percent BBC news. Hello and welcome back to the world this week where exploring the place beyond a rock, which are NASA probe is reached four billion miles from us. The most distant object man's technologies yet visited a little closer to home. China has landed a probe on the far side of the moon benefiting. Mankind says Beijing, but should we fear? It's global reach never mind. It's extraterrestrial one and should Bangladesh's Prime Minister be embarrassed by her election success, but I the earth and the moon are locked in an eternal dance as each moves on it's axis. So does the other which means there's a side of the moon? The earth's never seen until this week when following a virtual news blackout. China's space agency announced that Chinese four a probe had successfully landed on terrain fall rougher than natto which Diehl Armstrong took one small step for man. One giant leap for mankind. The head of. The agency says China will carry on exploration in the hope of benefiting mankind skeptics might see that as a good public relations statements rather than a reflection of China's true objectives. Michael Bristow are East Asia editor came into the world this week studio to discuss whether it's time to see China as a force for good. Although a couple of different things I see there's the science behind it. And it was a genuine scientific achievement is also the politics about it. It's a propaganda coup for the Chinese leader Xi Jinping his big theme since he came to power was promoting something which he calls, the Chinese dream essentially returning China to its proper place as one of the world's leading countries. And part of that is to put China at the full front of science and technology. Of course, at also has an economic spinoff because it allows China to develop technology, which can be used to make money that China is a signatory to wool the regulation that exists the green zone outer space activities. So there's no suggested the Chinese are going to start kind of setting up mining robots than the moon or anything like that. It's going to be collaborative. And they was stressing public comments about their commitment to expanding knowledge for mankind. But I suppose people will think back down on earth. China's approaches Norway's so collaborative certainly you would be right. Be slightly wary of those claims the Americans have banned the Chinese from being involved in space program because they're concerned about the transfer of technology in China stealing secrets, but even when we're not talking about space. There were all kinds of concerns about whether China's development of technology is for the benefit of everybody or whether it's just for the benefit of China. A perfect example of that would be the telecom company hallway, which is perhaps China's most international company the can accompany likes project and promote because it shows all the best of Chinese learning, and and technology a genuine international company, but yet over the last. Eight year all more a number of different countries around the world of being fearful of allowing way to use technology to develop telecom infrastructure in their countries. I was in the Carribean a few years back. I was very struck on the island of Dominika by the presence of Chinese workers. Chinese laborers, a big sports stadium that had been built by the Chinese government is a gift the people of Dominique how does China defend that kind of relationship, which even some on the island worry about how it's going and others might say is not so very different from the sort of colonial activity that was seen by European countries. Like, the UK what essentially and a half ago, there is certainly a case to be made that China's only doing what other countries primarily western countries have done before China's argument is essentially this making everybody we h he's not only going to benefit China. The Chinese would say it's going to benefit everyone else as well. And so. This kind of development. You talk about issues China's gift to the world to help them. Enjoy the economic benefits act. China itself is enjoyed what are the risks of conflict over this approach. A first economic lists. Which already a number of countries, identifying example, you've seen in Malaysia Sri Lanka other countries as well where the burden of debt imposed on those countries by China because of the money, it's loan them each too much. And then the failure is that at once you get to a country, then you have to sing to whatever Choon that it plays on a wider scale as well. It's the idea that China is completely different in its outlook to the western world where we value an individual rights the rule of law tolerance, not always perfectly smooth sable. That's the aim at. But in China, it's a one party state is the Chinese communist party, they given anything. They can do whatever they liked. So the thing is, of course, that this is a country we've at completely opposite ideals to the western world. So what do they want where were they going? What do they do if they don't get what they want Michael Bristow Chinese diplomat's among the first I hasten to Brasilia when Bolsonaro won Brazil's presidential election. He took office on New Year's day declaring this week that is election proves people want hierarchies order and progress a phrase, which wouldn't sound out of place coming from the lips of a Chinese official president Bonar ru is a figure of the right. Who's outbursts of the years of suggested a certain impatience with democracy. He took off his one month to the day after Andreas Manuel Lopez Oprah door was sworn in as president of Mexico Anglos. He's known is a politician of the left both of being public figures for thirty years. Both in their time of being regarded as Mavericks both say tackling organized violent. Crime is a priority. And both a well aware that it's on challenged violence that threatens the state on Friday, President Bosnia REU urged congress to pass legislation to protect the police from being prosecuted when they're on duty without that guarantee. He said there could be no guarantee of a rapid falling crime Leonardo Russia, the BBC's Latin America editor I into early in his political career when I was working in congress in Brazil. He was a newcomer. He was a new politician one of the few military men who had adventured into into politics after the end of the military government. And at the time, he came out to someone who was very very simple, not very eloquence, and the he had one he was just striking on one chord. He was saying he was there to defend the rights of the military, but not the rights, as you know, is a grander thing. He was there to defend the salaries the schools. Some privileges that many people had mainly lower ranking sub officials in the armed forces. That's quite a contrast in terms of his background to to Obrador in Mexico who who is kind of more steeped in politics, but also for quite a long time back Lopez over Dory is a different person. He is a much more ideological person. You can call both Mavericks is a term you can use to describe them. They both driven by their own agendas. But a LOP is a was a former mayor of Mexico someone with a vision that defied this of one party ruled it effectively was in Mexico phone for decades. And he tried to break that he ran for president. He lost an election, which many people thought was you know, he was cheated out of his victory. He certainly thought are you protesting about quite a long time. Yeah. He he blocked the main square the Sokolow in the main square in Mexico City for for weeks.
Invisible Killers Hitchhike on Native Plant Seedlings
"This is science Americans. Sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Yata when wildfires ripped through a landscape firefighters have the first and most immediate job. But then that burned moonscape often passes into the hands of restoration ecologists who yank out invasive species and plant native seedlings in their place. And we try to artificially gave a start to these communities that Choon resemble the community were there prior disturbance Matteo Garba lotto, a plant pathologist at UC, Berkeley, the problem. He says is that microscope killers, sometimes hitchhike on native seedlings grown in nurseries. And that's happened at restoration sites in the San Francisco Bay area where restores hope that nursery, grow natives called toy owns and sticky. Monkey flowers could be reintroduced planted colleges were looking at them and thinking, oh, why yards toil jahns die here? Aligarh dis Tiki monkey flowers dying. Numbers and distribution site. So it happens that each one of those plans PC's was reintroduced in a restriction effort, and it had one or sometimes multiple of this pathogen that belong to the genus fight after which incidentally is the same genes of the pathogen that causes sudden death, and it's also the same genus of the pathogen the 'cause the Irish potato famine Balado in his colleagues surveyed five native plant nurseries for the fight off their pathogen and found that more than a quarter of the plant sampled were infected. They also discovered in separate work that it common. Chemical used to suppress the pathogen in nurseries can actually breed resistance. The passage of this strange through this production facilities, sometimes it can make them. More aggressive a reported their work in the journals, plus one and plant pathology, but there is a solution to root out these invisible killers a year long regiment of stricter sanitation at native plant nurseries like. Pasteurizing pots and soil appeared to eliminate the pathogen and disease free. Seedlings means damaged landscapes have a better chance at bouncing back. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Don. Yata?
"choon" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast
"Oh, I forgot click the clicker. Okay. Three. Three. No, I've gone back with sorry. I missed the middle one okay to cook. Yes. In an age where everyone thinks ROY is the ultimate health food. There's a reason that cooking is become a part of the human of tradition of humans when we cook food. We break it down. We essentially predigested to make the nutrients easier to access us while we give cooked food to babies to elderly to anyone unwell if we're not able to digest and absorb those nutrients, they just passer us role food can be very difficult to digest, and we're all not go to ready. It's taxing on the body, and it can be very dumping to the Ogoni. So goose go soups stews and make these repertoire. Oh back again. We'll sorry present be present smell your food. Eat slowly chew, well, taste and save. If your food and your gobbling, your food, you're not experiencing it Choon in the first mini burp belch, which you can only get if you choose in will tell you that you're reaching capacity be grateful and respect the process of your food, which will essentially become a part of you ancient cultures created rituals around food when you ate how you ate what you did in. What processed I just is operatives? They understood the importance of digestion us, which is walking down the street eating like this on a phone, call doing whatever, you know, we need to come back and respect that. Three succeeding rhythm or the daily cycles of biological activity. I evaded encourages us to live with the rhythms of nature. We're essentially one big clock and every cell in our bodies little clock, our environment shapes us, it implements us influences us is sends a signals just like the brain just like the got and through epigenetics. We now understand that environment and lifestyle content certain genes on or off I eight.
"choon" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Could choose the thing in the same way as other talk OB Choon. The action of it would have made a better cheese cutter. Ever guitar would've ever been. But I could could learn three calls you needed to play most of the songs of the one the four five which was E M B said, and if you could play it three calls, you do most of the gift who songs so immediately. Then you start a band out of people. Someone gets teach us bison I stopped playing vice. Yeah. And then someone else goes and gets gets a washable with with hubcap for a symbol. And you you. Yeah. You just might knows. We'll start singing you sing the harmonies. And there were good skiffle bands. They what bad skiffle bands. But they were skiffle bands on every street. So wonderful wonderful time. Yeah. It's it's sort of amazing that that the part of the Crafter the appeal of the music is that because whatever your economic standings where you would go out and you'd find or create the instrument, and he'd just get into it. When you growing up new society that's been level. You've got no choice, but to build RIA, and there's plenty of of of junk around to build things out of I would imagine. For the junk was destroyed. Nothing. That's highly imagined. Hubcap chair. Is going to be hubcap hubcaps in bul bearings. Yeah. So how long now when you were were you working as well? When you're in the band nano that this was my first guitar was was about the age of twelve if between, Lebanon, twelve you're working at the wandering and. The new year get the money to buy the else for it. And that gets all lasted about six weeks. The one thing. I caught run not being being being any kind of carpenter. What so ever never ever found anything like this life? I had no idea how to join the neck of the to the body of the detail. Right. And felt it up six weeks dean completely useless here. But I got lucky that my uncle was was was a skilled craftsman carpenter. And he watched me struggling making this thing, and let me get on with it. But he was so impressed. I'd actually built something that worked and herbal. I was doing with it. He said I'll help you do the next one. So I made the next one with the help from my uncle show me how to join the neck to the body. Yeah. We didn't know anything about Trump's roads through the next the next right, right? Still didn't quite understand intonation. But the second. Tall was productivity. Five hundred percent in the first one and it lost it for probably about eighteen months to. Yeah. Economic and that guitar lashing. Certainly lasted me to into my fifteenth year. Maybe two years that guitar and your what primarily playing on the street or where were you playing youth clubs? Yeah. You're clouds. We. Invited to competitions. Always the best skiffle banding in Hammersmith. We won a competition. Once who was in the van with you. How many people it was? It was self those who became out first drama Harry Wilson on drums. Reggie Chapman on on the chest base. A moody was on the wash boot because he looked great. It's hard to agreed with a wise or. No. But we didn't care what he played because he looked cool. Right. But he was one of those guys. Coolness about every. Tell you man, if you can look cool with a washboard. Do you really got something? Anyway. So will you supply we occasionally kinda also would you come and play at wedding. And then give us a drink at the end of the night. And I'll give us a few. So that was good. I can't it's so it's. So that whole sound in that whole setup. It sounds so primitive. But it was popular. It was popular. And you remember those days. Getting back to the fact that music was everywhere every power pulse that be someone on a piano and sure enough usually most especially the weekends for the Friday night to Sunday night lunch. Friday evening to every Saturday lunchtime sat in on Sunday lunchtimes. They'd be singing and the piano guys of most pubs in the area knows it was important all those little old fashioned cuddly. So is important to the to the mental health of the culture. Well, the booze. Yeah. We hope that Koussa music. It's this suddenly wonderful happens..
In the latest poll news, the iheart radio app is coming to Mexico as part of a deal with radio group. Grupo AC are
"In the latest poll news, the iheart radio app is coming to Mexico as part of a deal with radio group. Grupo AC are the app includes podcasts is an ad yours. Lincoln are big list of is at partners dot net slash articles as well as radio stations. Iheartradio's also veritable in Canada, New Zealand, and Australia and pod news is in that ways has added. A new audio player away of listening to audio while using the app to avoid traffic on your commute. In addition to Spotify. The partner list includes Pandora Diese Choon in and podcast platform, Stitcher. Google maps added Spotify few weeks ago, but not Google podcasts. Of course, because, you know, Google the world's first podcast was the Greek storyteller Homer says panoply Andy Bowers speaking to Yale University event earlier on this week, the rain summit Europe in London on November the seventh Jason Phipps is in conversation with rains, Brad hill. Jason leads the BBC's pod. Cast strategy overseeing a portfolio of podcasts across the corporation. You can use a special link in today's pod news for a complimentary ticket for pod news readers. Just go to news dot net to get a two hundred fifteen quite ticket for nothing. Cary green argues that a smart naming strategy fear podcast matters more than ever highlighting a few enforced. Name changes by changing apple policies, and our podcast and intellectual wasteland. Well, grant, McCracken sniffs that they are and exhort says to ask real questions in the pursuit of real answers
"choon" Discussed on Bigmouth
"Click his choice of classic summer album then offer by house Joe. By set from that debut album, which critics argue is both the pumice and self titled then it's on with the seven jackets and stripy long-sleeved t-shirts. The ultimate summit Choon sing itchy with only love can break your heart but nineteen ninety. It's going to be a terrorist casual summer. So this is all very of the moment isn't it was nine thousand nine hundred good summer time. Yes, absolutely. I think it was when the influence of acid house and the football scene that I've been involved in as Cade. So over the came together, and I think you saw that before the wheel Cup of Italian with the release of the no Allah Valencia t shirt. Borough, which is I, I would say designed classic. Have you got eight in your wardrobe of go one now? Couldn't afford one at the time. I think if you remember that period, when you know before you were growing up when you buy you Mumbai warranty shirt to you a pair of trainers, and then you realize you have more wealth than Crassus when you combine to. To t shirts, so I was giving one recently. I, it's absolutely if the nice temple, it's that low of European football culture. It's the little of pretty goals in stripy with balked. Let's she'll be aware that he's actually wearing stripe. We recalled fisherman's t shirts on right now. I'm living the dream. Yes, delights. Well, click bit neglected now. Absolutely. It was a really, really great album. I mean, like a lot of deejays tend to pick and choose tracks, but will I would insist everyone goes back to, it know. So it starts with them. It's got like good beat and power of these very much Italian house type track to the time early coward you here early cowards, June programming on there, which makes me sound like. A mix of mixing engineer, but he's incredibly good. It's really well produced stuff. Try me on his power of love and groove in the heart, and I think grew with groove in the heart record as around New York, like phone counts record, and it becomes an enormous Pompeii and you forget actually how absolutely fabulous. It's really joyful. It's on. It's on spicy fi. Also, you can play any events anytime anywhere emergency instant yet reported the dance will jump. They play in Primeau marble arch every time I will pay half of it. So I won't tell them play the whole thing that maybe that's right. Got a grip primer. Yes. L. is very European, New York record of that time that you could. You know it was unusual for New York artists to be incorporating stuff. I think I think it was a DJ Dmitri. There's there's been many Dmitri's in the world. There's the Dimitri from past often piracy after all Russia. Yeah. And I think you're right, he's that you open because. And then through the Japanese DJ? Yeah, on then lady, miss Kay who was at a FOX and a half, and she wore incredibly floppy psychedelic close looking at the video. It looked like Britain because the Vogel trying to help some white gene. This is again the high point of western civilization that you listen to it. Okay. Tell us about by set. I'm way later summary, bicep, gray is like when you don't even know what to put on pop bikes because bicep, he's listening to a really good DJ me. It's full of really funky easy to listen to house music and this like break beat in their nice melodies. And if you've got a deadline. This deadline, music headphones, all of got to do some work. And you know, I mean, I'm a man who loves to dance in the chair chairs the people. I share it office. We'll tell you, and this is an excellent Chad dancing album. So again, I think like in the same way as a like will clean because he's coherent fit together as a whole and without a gap, it's all the same source store for no one's reinventing the wheel here. It's just incredibly good form. It's like tons of different records still cut a purchase or these purchase..
"choon" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist
"You're invited to us it's not just gays any ball now i guarantee that was the exact choon but you get the idea and then he comes into the audience and you know how do those bits on award shows with famous people in the audience he comes into the audience and the music still going and it comes up and he says look stephen colbert he's straight what are you going to say about this steven and steven stunned and does his bit which is enjoy us yet i enjoyed it all my life in it with my female woman wife fun bit right then it comes down the aisle and he goes see james jones he's straits angela lamb's brains she's straight joe montello thanks for coming and he he goes over to shelties brooke shields you'll so hot you maybe think i was straight for twenty three years what are you going to say about this now what brooke shields was meant to do was stand up and sing when i'm up on stage of men they like to watch in fact one guy sent twit pic of his crotch what she actually did was this when i'm on stage this some men they like to wash.
"choon" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech
"Sean li said he where a good closely choon will reject the signals all the oath frequency very close to it one of the things so with each to raise your won the benefits of tissue radios and he's not necessarily quality of goodquality fm signal can outperform some dap depends on on the detail but one of the one of the benefits of dap so you can pack more stations into a particular range frequencies because they can sit close together without interfering with one another with analogue radio fm i am short wife a other frequencies united nearby frequencies can via that's what pirate stations on issue because i bleed will live with united legitimate stations so a good quality choon a will will have a better signal rejection so reject signals form either side of it better so it's worth paying a bit of money and again by in a way that you feel happy with his performance you can return it for four weeks shut his go question on one of the broadens you recommended at some point uh it's these sonos one with alexa cannot from love no money it to work oh khanates up with apple home to turn my phillips hugh lights on through the bridge with siri adduce i do so it now with marshall the were missing many now the next but i just don't always have alexa powered on as my son is ones aegis uses raspy kazama surround some who sound bar wholesale relation diverse question now have important phillips hugh cerna surround off the back of the show i'm now oh and here i am now looking for wireless headphones but there are no which to buy three to five hundred pound budget thinking of beat so 230 beat studio but is by say is he boesel brazil i say pose us a bose's woven better all other any other better churches okay so that china says a whole bunch of things up all altanta with them in some so water.
"choon" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Thumbs up we do we wish your grief the new rv hit brief putting are rare right about now you choon didn't divisive tj symbol gene gene gene you the way oh no one vince jing in the thing gene all of the way ladies and route one was cold winds dan and by one also bans four the go bill is any less densely the kim's units god it on thursday his them mr king the king king and away one these and i want us things day.
"choon" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"Thumbs up we do we wish your grief the new rv hit brief putting are rare right about now you choon didn't divisive tj symbol gene gene gene you the way oh no one vince jing in the thing gene all of the way ladies and route one was cold winds dan and by one also bans four the go bill is any less densely the kim's units god it on thursday his them mr king the king king and away one these and i want us things day.
"choon" Discussed on KELO
"Am looking at a half choon bagel with samyn on it and next to what is some beautiful scallions and a tomato i'm salivating but i cannot take another bite because if i do it will cut the show off for at least there i could mass the case for thirty seconds that's the end of the show so either i go to break early in the valid or a sandwich or i let it stare at me like this building up my appetite and then wait for the break i'm not sure what is it look good men each poppy seat is looking up for me and saying eat me every poppy see this is visible to me all demanding to be consume would you believe this let's go to some of the call as john wbo be joe you like the drilling tell us why michael it's not that i liked the drilling by you know just because a piece of uh ocean bottom is going to be opened up the drawing doesn't mean that they're going to start tomorrow it wouldn't be a bad you know do some exploration and see if there is oil out there and if there is and it's something that one we really do because why do we need oil when we wide do we need to drill the ocean bed and disturbed the marine life when we already have too much oil i agree with you we do have enough oil but you know there's always uh thirty years down the road you know this shale finds aren't going to last forever well that's going on i think we should used dynamite or a little on many nuclear weapons underneath the shores of new jersey and and louisiana maryland to withdraw money is everything is an kilowle marine life let radioactive waste seep into the water as long as it produces the bottom line that's that's smart thank you for that that is so brilliant i'm sorry i didn't think of it we have to put the bottom line ahead of everything dealt with and so it's a good thing detonate a nuclear device underwater kill all the seafood in order for tillerson and his boys to make a greater profit for exxon on that is such a good idea that i think i'm gonna take a respite right now finish my bagel and smoked salmon and get back to you in a minute join those savage nation call now eight five five four hundred savage eight five five four hundred seven two eight to serve which nation is sponsored by swiss america the only company i trust with my financial future call eight hundred two eight nine.
"choon" Discussed on RobinLynne
"With whom many democrat political leaders had met and the phone call was after the election not as brian ross had reported even joy bangor has had to walk backer ecstatic response in giddiness an admission of brian ross deceit will there be a special investigation of abc andros i for one do not believe in coincidences when it comes to washington dc so please someone explain to me how it was that the fellow who doctored up the komi press statement on hillary clinton's emails changing language could also be the same fila interviewing ltag flynn dot and was part of robert mueller's special prosecution team i firmly realize that folks do have the right to their political beliefs but come on man who believes peter strezak is objective and unbiased and what is his official title former deputy to the assistant director four counterintelligence at the fbi it certainly appears this isn't a nonpartisan fella we'll they're now be a special investigation into mr straw's strezak hack we'll there ever be an investigation on robert mueller and his choon gang where's the special investigation into james comey and his release of classified information to a new york times reporter for the stated reason of starting a special investigation of the president and why is it that the fbi was seeking out of the whistle blower who told us all about the secret tarmac meeting between former attorney general loretta lynch and former president bill clinton dot while mrs clinton was under investigation funny thing it was the following week that colmey made his press statement which included the changed language of peter struck dot any special investigation there and what did robert mueller know about the uranium one deal i mean seriously we are investigating president trump four russian collusion but the obama administration with the approval and consent of secretary state hillary clinton sold uranium to the russia.
"choon" Discussed on They Walk Among Us
"Following elizabeth's cool both the commission and chance for help were happening up stays christopher remained on sipho deleting incriminating messages on his fine the first he was treated as a witness but he was arrested a few hours later when the police discovered he was involved in the plot to kill his parents choon scotland's told the police in his interview that he had not realised christopher was serious about the request to kill his parents until he visited him at his home for the first time told the police he said he could not do it himself because they were still his parents but that toy but thought he was joking while i was down there among side it became more serious christopher began to discuss methods of killing his parents while they played a video game in the living room choon told detectives the christopher suggested the use would pillow will to just throw to them with his bare hands or just lofted off shown told detectives we we would just messing about blue playing games police mother was hoovering his father was in the back about point still thought it was a joke choonavan he realized his boyfriend was serious about murdering his mother and father is the often new wall ron and he began to feel uneasy about that conversations he told detectives he was scared he would lose his boyfriend if he did not go through with the plan adding he had few friends and he was promised a place to live but christopher sean explained to police in my heart of hearts but did not want to do it i thought it was too light to go back but didn't want to go through with it to kill i didn't want to hurt his parents under didn't want to have more boyfriend but was unhappy with the situation as it went home was trying to make him see if they would dead he would be screwed on his on did you said he would be falling to an added the two mice didn't go through the plan when he saw missed the monks lying in bed but after he dropped the noil schools swamp father to wake up in the struggle began.
"choon" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"On the cost of single payer is a four choon it is a lot of money go to any country in the world which is every country out there that has single payer it's expensive when everybody is covered so in this field the senate bill are one of the real problems is uh no one knows how it's gonna be paid for the bill doesn't include the money park now it's pretty difficult to provide insert service here we are paying for it i have yet to figure out how you can do something without being paid for it so that's the biggest one and the price tag three hundred thirty two four hundred billion dollars there's only one way out of it and that's new taxes and services have to be cut i mean there's no way round it now how much wore taxes were already at the highest marginal rate thirteen and a half percent is go up to eighteen percent is going to twenty percent no one knows and so vat becomes untenable because here is the problem under the gop healthcare the american healthcare act services is our cut to pay for the tax cut i mean there's no question about it let's when he goes into healthcare here more money would go into healthcare i mean i ton more money and this is california services are not going to be cut they're not going to take away money from the elderly from education from after school programs from subsidies trying to take away a dime of it welcomed the california.