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Canadian Sentenced to 11 Years in China in Spying Case Tied to Huawei

BBC World Service

00:54 sec | Last month

Canadian Sentenced to 11 Years in China in Spying Case Tied to Huawei

"Court has jailed a Canadian businessman for 11 years for spying in the case that's caused a major rift between the two countries. The Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, said the sentence given to Michael Sparber was unjust and absolutely unacceptable. More from Robin brand. The court in Dandong in the north of China sentenced him to 11 years in jail, adding that he will also be deported, although it didn't clarify when the latter would happen. Mr Speaker ran a business in the city just on the border with North Korea, where he organized cultural visits. He was arrested in the days after the Huawei executive men Guangzhou was detained in Canada accused of fraud. Her extradition battle is expected to come to a head soon. The Canadian authorities insist the cases are linked Accusing China of hostage diplomacy. It's something Beijing has denied.

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Death Toll Rises and Thousands Flee Homes as Floods Hit China

The World

02:03 min | 2 months ago

Death Toll Rises and Thousands Flee Homes as Floods Hit China

"Is also feeling the pain. Massive floods are affecting millions of people the world Rebecca cancers in Shanghai and says the worst hit areas are in the city of Zhengzhou and surrounding a non province in central China. Throughout the province. There's about 10 cities and urban and rural areas that have been affected, But because Zhengzhou is a city about 10 million, it's getting a lot of attention. And there's been a lot of footage on social media about about the situation in Yangzhou, but actually it's been around the region. So about 100,000 people had to be relocated because of the flood. And this has been going on for several days now since Saturday, So there's some really dramatic scenes showing up on social media. What have you been saying? One video that I got sent from someone? I know who's living there showed just how scary this kind of flooding can be. Yeah, yeah. Are you admire? Come on. I? Yeah, I don't know the woman filming this video. She's live streaming and she's pointing it at the street, which is just covered in water, and it looks like a river And she's saying Oh my gosh, there's a father and his child that are just swept away swept right down the street by by the floodwaters, so she's just yelling at them. Please get to hold on to something, but there's nothing that they can hold onto. And the water is about the level of the hood of the cars on the side of the street. But the video that I've been seeing all over the Internet is this one, which was shot in one of Guangzhou's subway cars on Tuesday night, are you Uh, here, you know, Jamal, what's going on there? Rebecca? What's happening is you're seeing the inside of a subway car. Everybody inside the subway car is sort of grabbing onto the strap hangers and the water is all the way up to their chest almost up to their shoulders. It's dark in the subway car, and it's just very scary because you can imagine they were there for several hours before they were able to be evacuated out and 12 people died. That's

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Flooding in Central China Turns Streets to Rivers, Kills 12

BBC Newsday

01:23 min | 2 months ago

Flooding in Central China Turns Streets to Rivers, Kills 12

"It's the massive flooding in central Henan province in China. A dozen people are reported to have been killed. 100,000 moved into shelters as rivers have burst. Dams are threatened, and the capital Guangzhou subway system is shut down with passengers trapped in rising water. As a point of comparison, the catastrophic floods in Germany saw less rain fall in 24 hours and fell in China in just one hour. Now across social media are videos like this one of a series of explosions. An alum in Ium factory caused by flood water rushing in the menu can here are looking at what looks like a bomb going off in the distance everywhere of videos of flooded roads with cars floating away human drama like this, emergency workers are dragging a woman to safety. Has been swept by the floodwaters into a drainage system. And in some cases, the drama of the visuals wasn't enough. They have music added for effect citizens, helping one another in a crisis, trying to rescue others in distress, holding out branches for people to grab on as their swept down streets. By gushing water. One thing that stood out for me was footage from inside a subway carriage with commuters up to their armpits, patiently standing as waters rush past the windows of the doors. At an even higher level than that, that they're

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Tigray Fighters in Ethiopia Reject Cease-Fire as 'Sick Joke'

Pacifica Evening News

02:08 min | 3 months ago

Tigray Fighters in Ethiopia Reject Cease-Fire as 'Sick Joke'

"Now retaking parts of Ethiopia's Tigre region will pursue soldiers from neighbouring Eritrea back into their country and chase Ethiopian forces back to the capital Addis Ababa. If that's what it takes to weaken their military powers as a conflict that has killed thousands of civilians looks certain to continue. In an interview with the Associated Press spokesman Get it You read a says that the to gray enforces will stop at nothing. To deliberate every square inch of the Tigre region of six million people, nearly eight months after fighting erupted between the tea Great forces and Ethiopian soldiers backed by Eritrea. He rejected the unilateral ceasefire Ethiopia's government declared yesterday as a sick joke and accused Ethiopia of long denying humanitarian aid to the two grands that now pretends to care about. Ethiopia declared the unilateral ceasefire as its soldiers and handpicked regional interim administration fled the Tigre regional capital. Following some of the fiercest fighting of the war. The comments were sure to bring new alarm from the United States, United Nations and others who have pressed for an end of the fighting in Africa's second most populous country. It has sent hundreds of thousands of two grains into the world's worst famine crisis in a decade. Coletta Guangzhou be reports from Addis Ababa The Ethiopian government says it has decided to implement a ceasefire in its northern region to allow farmers to till their land and return life to normal. See after months of displacement. However, the two great defense forces says it has taken back control of the region. It says its forces have forced Ethiopian troops out of my Kelly and it has shown no interest in being part of the ceasefire declared by the government of Prime Minister A. B Ahmed. The United Nations says over four million people have been affected by the conflict and are in need of emergency assistance, of which one million Are internally

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Who Has the World's Busiest Airport?

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

02:02 min | 5 months ago

Who Has the World's Busiest Airport?

"After more than two decades. Oh by the way this is sent him by lieutenant. Lieutenant colonel jeff. The other captain jeff. Good looking one There's a new world could look. Well you gotta try to build them up as much as we can. Here's a new worlds busiest airport. And then he he writes and says sorry jeff here no longer number one more weren't weren't more science. Well you know jeff your number one in my book. I'm sorry that i'm not your number one anymore. Oh he's talking about the airport. I and really honestly. I don't care but let's continue with this nice news article after more than two decades. There's a new worlds busiest airport and it is one. In china the gaungzhou guangzhou. I would say grind zhao guangzhou. Okay i i'm not i haven't been told but that's why i think we're all deferring to liz. How two different Pronunciation than mine and yours was different from both of ours and we're going to have to lean it's lean apparently when no that was another show. You're getting taste. Yeah well you know we never you know. Fifty percent of the time. We get the pronunciation right in. I think that we're going to have to defer to nick on this one. Guang guang shall guangchao. Is that what you said. Nick a guangzhou going there. We go was the world's busiest airport back in twenty twenty two the year of covid according to preliminary figures from airports council international Let's see seven of the world's top. Ten busiest airports in two thousand twenty were in china while seven of the ten while. The former world's busiest airport hartsfield jackson atlanta international airport in the united states fell the number two in the rankings. After twenty two consecutive years at the top spot

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"guangzhou" Discussed on High Noon Podcast: The Overwatch esports Podcast

High Noon Podcast: The Overwatch esports Podcast

05:32 min | 11 months ago

"guangzhou" Discussed on High Noon Podcast: The Overwatch esports Podcast

"I was like trying to help them from Spain when they're in China and like it just it. It was so difficult to be a value and visas aren't going to be easy to come by post covid So Neptune now is moving on. Have you heard, about Houston. Or Toronto. Okay you mentioned you talked a little bit about. About shoo earlier as well. Is there any other comments you have on shoe free agent? Call And Man, he's a big one. This is a guy that was absolutely phenomenal at especially at times maybe a little streaky but never. Sometimes streaky means sometimes good and sometimes bad and I'm streaky means always good and sometimes great and I think that's more what she was. So I think he's a very, very big ticket free agent and I think some of these teams that are spending and I suspect there to be at least three of them. It's not clear the direction Houston's going but I think at least like Toronto and Dallas are are going to be big spenders this this offseason so I'm expecting one of them to to try to lure Shula away but. There's definitely I mean listen. Guangzhou has a.

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Guangzhou bans frozen meat imports over virus fears

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Guangzhou bans frozen meat imports over virus fears

"I'm moving on to China's southern coastal city gangs. Oh, it's ordered all companies to suspend imports of frozen meat and seafood from Corona virus hit areas. All workers have come into contact with frozen meat and seafood will also be required to be tested for the virus once a week. The order was issued after Shen sends local government found the virus on a sample of chicken wings imported from Brazil. The World Health Organization has said there have been no examples proving the virus could be transmitted as food

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"guangzhou" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"guangzhou" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"Everybody. Hope you enjoyed it. Thank you very much. Gary at informative is fuck. I gotta get back to Hong Kong. I missed that place so much just seeing him show outside. Why could tell people are smoking? There's no way I wouldn't start smoking cigarettes if I lived in Hong, Kong. It's cool their. Beer Bay dude. I forget. It was seven days nine days one of the funnest periods of my life. Ever was a time I spent in Hong. Kong, getting drunk a beer bay. Going to that junk boat. Taking the fucking bullet train that I that I into China. Proper into China proper. I had. Gotten a torrential rainstorms remembering now. There was this chick that I kind of liked I met her at a place. Just over the border. We did a show. We hit it off. She was cool. And, we hit it off. Guangzhou Guangzhou, I forget it was right over the border. From Hong Kong to China proper and we were talking on light and we started making out. I mean we were like making out hard just. An until like three or four am. It was a world. Cup was that so bars were open late. I think that's my start. Talking to you know we just hate it off with chick. We hit it off man. But you know she was a teacher and fucking I think long show Guangzhou. that. and then event she had to go, and I had to go back I had to go back to the hotel. so I, get like my stuff and then head back on the on the on the train. And it was a terrain show rainstorm when I see torrential I mean. LIKE TORRENTIAL TROPICAL FUCK! Hong Kong stepped like if encore. Like. Can you see it on their youtube? This am back in and I'm soaked to the underwear. One of those and I'm just outside. I'm trying to hail a cab. I'm trying to hail a cab and I'm like. Please please get one and I'm like the Sheraton. Can you take me to the Sheraton and he looked at me like I was speaking Chinese. Didn't speak any English. It's not a fucking towards town that I went to. Didn't speak any English. They tell you take a card from the hotel. They tell you that always take a card with you from the hotel. They say it. And All right come on Gomez. Hey give me a minute I'm. I'm wrapping something up? You start already. Give me two minutes. Write five minutes an join it okay. FUCKING IDIOT Okay so. Say. They tell you to take a card with you, so you can just show I. Just didn't do lulled into a false sense of security, because in Shanghai I knew my way around I knew where the tourist parts were I, knew the fucking real Shanghai streets were near the embassy in fuck it. It was just I worked my way around. I knew how to find a way back so I kind of got lulled into a false sense of security in Beijing I just hung out with the comments there, and they took me back Beijing was shoot got lost for sure, but in Beijing touristy towns. Maybe they spoke more English I got in a cab invasion. And in Hong Kong, everybody speaks English. So, you don't have to, but this was and I forgot. Whatever the point is I forgot. Trying to tell somebody, where's the Sheraton Hotel and he's like I mean I made? The! You can mime out doesn't matter and I believe. He looked at me a few times like that trying to be mean, he wants the fair, and I'm like all right. Forget it. Get back out torrential rainstorm. With a bone, or by the way from hooking up with that chick wonder what happened to her. She's from Washington state or something. God what a fucking hot hookup just on the streets in Fuckin-. I. Think Guangzhou somewhere just like Oh. My God. And Try another cab didn't fucking work same shows I remembered the Sheraton Hotel were. That was a good hotel by the way. WHO PUT US up there How's The guy? Who ran the? Hong Kong seen. He's not there anymore. Andy I guess is now helping run and and Garin. Got, another then I remember the train station nearby there, so I got into a cab got a cab and it's I. Mean this is three or four am, so it's like the cavs out. You know And I go. Me To do the miming thing like If I. Guess if you're watching on Youtube, but if you're not, you get it to To Talk. To, and then he said something like Yeah Yeah. Because at this point, you're like. Hey, dude! If you can get me somewhere, it's closer than here here. I. Know I'm not wear the shirt is. Right, but you might drive me the wrong way, but at least I'm not not where it is. I might still be not where it is but. And so he sort of said something that was like a Shosha shirt JETRO. And he went back to my k. a., and they said the word for train. So so then, what was I gonNA. Say What was it? Was it was? They say oh, yeah. Search driving me. eventually I see from far away. The Sheraton's really tall right and I see shared sign. I think it was shared, and there are no DA show that he was not an. That's on the train station. I'm like I. Don't want to Transition Sheraton Sheraton. Those words don't mean anything. It's like if you saw some fucking, Cantonese symbols or mandarin symbols.

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Morons in the news

Bob and Sheri

03:57 min | 1 year ago

Morons in the news

"Have three quickies for you here Starting off with a woman in Florida. Who kept trying to kiss random strangers at a bar? She then called nine one one to report the business was not enforcing social distancing rules. Once again this was a woman from Florida in a bar so I know it doesn't connect her going up and kissing random people and then calling nine one one herself but that's Florida am. That's what happened. I guess the biggest shock. Here's the calling nine. One one hundred it is it everything else. Just sounds like Wednesday. Right exactly A Huge House party in Los Angeles. That was breaking. Stay at home. Rules ended when a man accidentally shot himself in the Groin. I can't tell you how many parties menin shot themselves in the groin and it just puts a pall on the whole thing. It just brings it down. It's the in difficult the good times. It really is forever even if you're not the one with the with the bullet in the groin around things as more on of the day is a South Korean soccer team. They played a match last Sunday of because South Korea's reopening from its very strict corona coronavirus lockdown and the team which is called. Fc Soul. They won the match against Guangzhou F C. They said that they felt bad at the players didn't have any fans in the stand. So they got the. They got a hold of them themselves. A whole bunch of love dolls and put face masks on them and put them in the picture. I saw the picture and you know what the not only are that are. The sex dolls are love dolls wearing masks. They're also socially distanced at least feet. Apart in the state in their defense they had ordered mannequins but the supplier gave them these love dolls and it was fans watching notice. That not only were these dolls wearing clothes with sex doll logo the company of the sex doll on it. They were real real busty which is not a typical thing for mannequins especially must've must've been quite a game because all of the dolls were going. Lou. Oh they were surprised but todd initially called them sex dose and then corrected him so a love dogs to make it more politically noticed that myself. I wanted to go along the way he described it to and I just you know so. I'm sorry I apologize. Sort very unhappy enthusiastic to the cheering on their team. Text the word Moron to eight eight eight two six two seven four three seven. We'll send this straight to your phone and when you do that you're automatically registered to win a bottle of our very involuntary hand sanitizer called people make me sick and next in line. We go to Devon England. A police department. They're rated drug dealers house. They found cocaine. They found Scales and a lot of money inside but they did not find the drug dealer. At least they didn't find him until they went outside and they looked up. It turned out. The Guy Tried to escape by climbing through the skylight to hide on the roof and he ran out so fast he was totally naked and holding a box full of marijuana. They eventually talked him. Come down and arrest him. Let me just say if you find yourself on your roof naked holding drugs. You need to change your life's path. How has the change? How big of a box. Don't smoke at all once chief. We're in lockdown last. How big of a box did he have a not say? It did not say how big it was.

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Are we doing enough to prevent the spread of COVID-19?

All In with Chris Hayes

09:30 min | 1 year ago

Are we doing enough to prevent the spread of COVID-19?

"Joined by. Dr Ezekiel Emanuel former Obama. White House Health Policy Advisor. He's Vice Provost Global Initiatives University of Pennsylvania and Dr Peter Hotels Dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine Doctor Manual. When we start with you. Where do you see us right now? Are we doing enough in terms of large scale social disruption and changes to slow the transmission of this epidemic? So first of all. I've been saying for several weeks now that it's going to get worse before it gets better. Parsley it's GonNa get worse because we have testing. That's just going to show us how prevalent the illness is. It's also getting worse because we know we have more community acquired infections as I mentioned to someone today. You know one week ago. We weren't even talking about new Rochelle and now new. Rochelle is a major topic in New York. And that's a lockdown and if we focus on new Rochelle without thinking about all the other places that this virus is maybe Washington. Dc maybe the suburbs of Baltimore. Who knows where the problem is? We need a more systematic less uneven response. That has to be pretty uniform. Because just 'cause we're seeing it new Rochelle doesn't mean Rochelle's the only place in New York that Scott and that response does have to include things like much more prevalent testing so we really have a handle on who's got it and who doesn't and a really good model is South Korea if you look at their trends you can see that. They're beginning to bend in South Korea. We also do need to inform people. We use the term social distancing like everyone knows what it means. It's not immediately obvious to people what that entails and how much you need to be separate from people explain to what should people know about but a large part of it. You people have come up with all these numbers no more than one hundred people to meet no more. The issue is density. How close are you to people? How easy is it for the droplets to spread? How much are you sort of packed in light sardines or not and that real? I mean that's a physical thing That is really important and I do think we probably need to educate people to minimize the. They're our contact and to stay home more. You can go out where there's no one else if you're going walking in the woods or something or going to a place where there are other people But I do think Restricting how we move around is going to be important I will note that not every but most of the Ivy League schools now for example colleges mine included. We're going online. The second half of the semester is all going to be online. Students aren't going to be in. Dormitories accepts students. That can go back to their home country and still complete the semester. So you are seeing a lot of action. But it's not concerted and that's what it's not systematic and that's what's bothering me Dr Hotels. We've been checking with you throughout the unfolding of the goal pandemic and I'm curious. Are we learning more about the virus itself about the basics about the transmission rate? Which seems to be maybe lower than at first. We thought the fatality rate the incubation period. Where is our knowledge right now about this so the transmission rate still seems to be? Pretty High Dr Fao. She mentioned. It's probably a significantly higher than the influenza as well as the mortality rate. But the you know just to echo and reinforce some of the things zeke Doctor Emmanuel was was saying we've learned a few things from a recent analysis. My colleague Mark Lipchitz sit at Harvard School of Public Health Chan School of Public Health together with a student a doctoral student. Ruan Lee didn't analysis of the Chinese cities in terms of how severe the epidemic is with the extreme example being Wuhan rare nine thousand people wound up in and severely ill with two thousand in the ICU versus city. Like Long Joe where there was only twenty a big difference right and it looked like it's primarily to do to how quickly you got on top of things after sustained community transmission started. So they let it go for six weeks. Before they implemented aggressive control and testing whereas in Guangzhou were the only at twenty cases one week. What's the lesson learned from the United States We're now about three weeks into this in terms of sustained community transmission. We had our first case of community transmission around the end of April so subtract a week before then. So we're getting to the point where because we're not doing adequate diagnostic testing and implementing those very important control measures. That seek pointed out. We're in a situation. Where we could risk being closer to Wuhan and Guangzhou and and we do we. We can't be there so now is a very critical period over the next couple of weeks where we have to be very aggressive about closing down major venues. We just this Houston. Today with the Rodeo was a tough decision but was the right decision that we're going to have to do this all over the country right now and the reason is this because if we miss that opportunity we then have. Our new problem becomes surge capacity hospitals. Where we're not gonNA have enough beds. We're not GONNA have enough into ventilators. We don't want to go in that direction. So now's now czar. Big Schnauzer going to be our last chance. We've already missed that in over the last few weeks. Can I reemphasize something? Peter says which is so in the entire United States. We have about eight hundred thousand hospital beds a little under eight hundred thousand hospital beds. In the entire United States we have under seventy thousand adult intensive care unit. Beds we have about sixty five thousand ventilators with the strategic supply. I've heard that it goes up slightly under one hundred thousand. That's our maximum capacity in the country at the moment if you imagine that even two percent of the population gets the corona virus and we have about six percent who are seriously. Ill GonNa need a respirator. We've exhausted all that supply. Just for those patients. Forget the heart attack patients. Forget the patients who need it for any other reason and I think what Peter said is exactly right we probably have missed two or three turns over the last few weeks where we could have gotten things down and just focusing on the hot spots. Seattle New Rochelle. I think is not. We need a much more systematic countrywide approach so that we don't overwhelm the healthcare system. Which already you know doesn't have that much search capacity in it. Dr Hotels Final Point to you for people that are watching this I. I've struggled with this for the last three weeks right. Communicating in a way that does not induce catastrophe or panic but also is clear eyed about the risks. And I do think it's worth just going back to the distinction between your individual risk you random American one of three hundred thirty million that you will get very sick and need to be hospitalized or may as life threatening illnesses that individual risk for any given random person is probably low in the grand scheme of things and this systemic risk to the society and to the healthcare system which is extremely high at this moment. Is that a fair way of phrasing. It yeah absolutely and also remember. It's it's all about communicating. What our top priorities are in. This is what I've been disappointed about. We've lost a lot of time because of a blanket statements that are not backed by data saying this is contained. This is this is the cold. This is the flu when in fact we know that there are specific groups that are at high risk including older older individuals those with underlying disabilities and our healthcare workers. And so what I've been looking for is at the White House. Press briefings to say. Look these are four. Bit Concerns Right. These are three or four populations That were concerned about This is a why we need to get on top of this very quickly. And here's what we're doing about it and and historically the American people have responded very well to this They understood this three. Bola Zeka as we say. This is not our first Rodeo so so we know how to respond and we just need that clear kind of concise messaging right now. All right. Just had one thing to Chris. Point which is we also do know the ass for any individual. The risk is low except we do know that there are certain people and Peter Emphasize of those who are over sixty or sixty five those who have chronic illness. They are at high risk and what we have done in. This country is aggregate them in nursing homes. Those are most vulnerable people people in nursing and we really have to social distance. There reduced the number of visitors. Probably two zero. Make sure that people are counting up and taking a donning protective equipment so that we don't have that Patriot play just explode with corona virus like it did in Seattle because almost every one of them is really on the verge just like the cruise ships. Good Point -portant point Zeki Manual. Dr Peter Hotels. Thank you

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Quarantine hotel in China collapses, dozens trapped

Bloomberg Finance

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Quarantine hotel in China collapses, dozens trapped

"Its misery piled upon misery dozens of people are trapped after hotel being used as a corona virus quarantine facility in the Chinese city of Guangzhou collapsed today at least thirty three people have been pulled from the rubble in the southern province of China it's not clear what caused the collapse the hotel opened in June twenty

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Why You Should Visit the Canary Islands

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

06:43 min | 2 years ago

Why You Should Visit the Canary Islands

"Why should someone go to the Canary Islands. It's hard the summit up in one sentence but to absolutely Canary Islands are ornately unique landscape. Each island is probably different than the last there are white sand beaches black sand beaches. There are volcanoes stunning scenery views. Like the Grand Canyon on some of the islands there are pine forests. And you can get everything. It's for both adventure. Tourists that love to hike and explore for and people that want to sit back and enjoy Pinochle Outta so. There's a little bit of everything and you aren't going to see scenery like this anywhere else on the planet will you. You mentioned it was off the coast of Morocco. I guess we haven't said where it belongs. In terms of culturally. It is not Moroccan. It is not. It is actually part of Spain fine but it still has a lot of African roots and the historic people that live there before the Spanish inquisition were called Guavas. And so there's still a lot of historical artifacts in historical sites on the islands. That are really interesting for people interested in the more historical aspect of the islands as well. Well the the name comes from the Latin for the island of dogs can are not canary and because the guavas worship dogs and now is the part that I didn't know until I was doing the research for the show. Yeah it's really interesting in on one of the bigger islands tannery fe. There's actually some caves that you can visit where they're are actually still some remains of the ancient Guangzhou's that used to live on the island. Yeah it's really interesting to see some of that more historical outside of non European aspect excellent. Well what kind of itinerary do you recommend so first of all. There's a number of different silence as you see some major islands. Where would you recommend we fly into? It started it depends on how long trip you're going to take and I would recommend either going for seven days or fourteen days while you could do a shorter trip as well. I would recommend either flying into Grand Canaria or flying into tenor. Fa and if you fly into Grand Canaria which is the largest island and probably the one of the most popular especially for Europeans. There's a ton of stuff to do on that island Winston itself so you could also choose to do one island but let's start with a seven day itinerary because that's probably what most people would have have the time to do especially coming from the US so flying into Gran Canaria. You'd WANNA spend two or three days there and the great thing about all the islands islands is that for the most part you can take varies from one island to the next. And if you're doing a seven day itinerary you would WanNa pick either the eastern islands or the Western islands to save time from Gran Canaria which has beautiful beaches. It's got pine forests or some fantastic fantastic hiking on this island as well spend a few days there. Then you would want to depart in the evening to Sweat Ventura which You can take a a ferry to and that island has a lot of white sand beaches. That's the Sandy Beach Island because it is a little bit closer to the African taken coast. It gets that wind swept landscape. And there's some beautiful sea caves there. You can explore and some great beachside restaurants restaurants and from that island you can spend a day and then take the ferry over to lend throat and Lanzarote has tim and fire national park. which is about an area of about a thousand volcanoes and go will do a thousand? I did not though yes so its its. Nickname is the land of a thousand volcanoes. And it's an absolutely otherworldly landscape and I have never been to Hawaii but this this was another level of extraterrestrial landscape. And there's a lot of volcano that you can hike to and there's a lot of places where the lava or ancient lava has come up to next to the road and you can get out and walk around in it and it's really really interesting. There's also a place. Is there called Lahar area. which is this area where they have cultivated the ancient lava to grow wine? And you can do wine tastings there and even stay at a little winery as well. Well let's finish the area then we'll come back and do this obviously at much more detail. Yes so after lands are out. Then you'd WanNa fly to ten Kinda repay and spend your last two days there before departing back to the United States and you would connect through either Madrid Barcelona Celona or Lisbon most likely plying from the US. Okay so you started on Gran Canaria and what are we gonna do either so on Gran Canaria. There are a lot of things to do and GonNa depend on what you're interested in for if you're into the beaches than you're going to want to stay in the loss terrace area. which is the big beach town can get some exercise? They are walking along the beach enjoying doing lots of different restaurants and cafes. There's paddle boarding. You can do right out side if you stay on one of the beachfront hotels but one of the things that I loved. Today there was actually go up to Tom. Adama Nature Park and this area. It looks a lot like northern California. It's so so surprising. There's these endless pine forests. When I saw it I was like oh I had no idea that anything like that existed especially on an island that's close is to Africa so that was really interesting for me and up near that area? There's also some other great places that you can hike and walk at one is called the magic window and it looks out over. This giant monolith called the rock new blow and basically from this arch called the magic window. It's a natural sandstone arch. If you go at sunset you can see this. Trent monolith in the background is absolutely stunning. So I highly recommend going and doing that. And you can also hike to the monolith. It's a little bit farther away. They're not close together. But you could hide that whole area. But that's all remnants. The olds volcanoes. That created the island. So I definitely recommend that to and enjoying the beaches and other areas around the island as well so that would be what I recommend downgrade

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"guangzhou" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"guangzhou" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The U. S. consulate in Guangzhou China he says that he and his wife began to suffer after hearing strange sounds in their apartment holding a marble then sure if you had like a a six foot in diameter final metal funnel the sound that marble would make as it goes around in that progressively gets faster as it gets goes down towards the hole at the end it's a sound like I've never heard before it was this subtle like did I hear that you know it was it was actually somewhat loud I heard about three or four times always in the same spot always over my son's crib and always right before we go to bed Lindsey wears prescribe glasses because sensitivity to light is among his persistent symptoms the symptoms were progressively getting worse with me my headaches are getting worse the most concerning symptom for me was memory loss especially short term memory loss mark Lindsay believes he was targeted because of his work he uses top secret equipment to analyze electronic threats to diplomatic missions there is no shadow of a doubt in my mind that this is a direct attack against my neighbor and die his neighbor was Katherine Werner who lived one floor up she's a US commerce department trade officer who promoted American business from the Guang Zhou consulate I woke up in the middle of the night I could feel the sound in my head it was an intense pressure on both my temples at the same time I heard of this low humming sound and it was also waiting and I remember looking around for where the sound was coming from because it was painful when did you first notice that you weren't feeling well October of two thousand seventeen I started to get hives.

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Australia Calls on China to Release Detained Writer

Financial Issues

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Australia Calls on China to Release Detained Writer

"Australia is calling for the release of an Australian citizen detained in China seven months ago thanks Paul Allen says he has now been formally arrested writer and political commentator Yang and Joan was first detained in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou in January after a flight from New York he now faces charges of espionage which in serious cases it carries the death penalty Australia's foreign minister Marie's pains there's she's concerned and says if you hang is being held for his political beliefs he should be released in Sydney Paul have on Bloomberg daybreak

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Australia concerned writer faces espionage charge in China

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Australia concerned writer faces espionage charge in China

"Australia is calling for the release of an Australian citizen detained in China seven months ago Brubeck's Paul Allen says he has now been formally arrested writer and political commentator Yang and Joan was first detained in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou in January after a flight from New York he now faces charges of espionage which in serious cases carries the death penalty Australia's foreign minister Marie's Payne says she's concerned and says if you hang is being held for his political beliefs he should be released in Sydney Paul have on Bloomberg

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"guangzhou" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"guangzhou" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Cities if they're one organism as if every city around the world like we know that is not true. Now, you're working at the schenn's. And I'm wondering about the cultural specifically of cities when it comes to morality in the future of transportation for civil. I wanted to provide that I'm just one of many people working Jim Benalla, I'm working as an executive greater by bitchy curator is colorady and we're working with partners at the technique in. Interim we Michaela Bonino and also Chinese partner at these China technology in Guangzhou and also we put it technically banana. So it's a very big team and the reacting excited to be part of it. And if we talk about infused from ability, and I think that China is really wanted a place where we can observe some degrades challenges of the future, change, Anna's noise. A very new city doesn't almost three years ago. And so what does that put in there with a lot of different habits? And one the thing that is more is really astounding. When you go there, for instance, there are a lot of electric vehicles, and you mentioned the scene of our Chinese CD where there are many people going around and scooters and those bicycles, but everything is silent because they're transitioning to these mobility is completely electric. So you just walk and there are a lot of vehicles but cited and you can use the sound of people feet. And so it's like. They are the are. But they are not swearing in. Italy we do that. And we swear here is just Bank. But people are not not swearing. Danila? It was such a pleasure. Speaking to you today. That's Danielle Barry from color, ratty sheltie. Thank you for coming in and joining us on Midori house. You're listening to a very special edition of Dory. House with me, Ben Reilly and Jillian devices here with me. Well as well. Coming to you from this alone down Moberly in Milan. We've got much more to come up next. Many people get these things wrong go into a lot of jazz clubs what made you build it. Like, this these days, everyone's got an opinion about design. Join us on our journey to country. The noise we sit down with the design greats. It's just bloody minded inquisitiveness, really. And have you covered on everything from architecture product, design, and fashion..

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Tesla sues former employees for allegedly stealing data, Autopilot source code

BTV Simulcast

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Tesla sues former employees for allegedly stealing data, Autopilot source code

"All right. Tesla has filed two lawsuits against former employees who left to join startups in Silicon Valley and China accusing them of stealing confidential information the company claimed Guangzhou Tsao former engineer on auto pilot team uploaded more than three hundred thousand files and directories as well. As copies of source code to his personal cloud storage account before quitting, the company in January. And then joining Xiaopeng Motors in a separate suit filed Wednesday, tesla can't claim to former employees who worked in warehouse and distribution management took information and trade secrets with him to another company to help it leapfrog past

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"guangzhou" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"guangzhou" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The US consulate in Guangzhou China. He says that he and his wife began to suffer after hearing strange sounds in their apartment picture holding a marble then picture if you had like a six foot in diameter funnel metal funnel the sound that marble would make as it goes around. And it progressively gets faster as it gets goes down towards the whole at the end. It's a sound like I've never heard before it was this subtle. Like did I hear that? No. It was it was actually somewhat loud. I heard it about three or four times always in the same spot. Always over my son's crib. And always right before we go to bed Lindsey wears prescribe glasses because sensitivity to light is among his persistent symptoms. The symptoms were progressively getting worse with me my headaches for getting worse. The most concerning symptom for me was memory loss, especially short term memory loss. Mark Lindsay believes he was targeted because of his work. He uses top secret equipment to analyze. Is electric threats to diplomatic missions. There is no shadow of doubt, in my mind that this isn't directed attack against my neighbor and his neighbor was Catherine Werner who lived one floor up. He's US Commerce Department trade officer who promoted American business from the Guangzhou consulate. I woke up in the middle of the night. I could feel the sound of my head. It was an intense pressure on both of my temples at the same time. I heard this low humming sound, and it was oscillating. And I remember looking around for where the sound was coming from because it was painful when did you first notice that you weren't feeling well October of two thousand seventeen I started to get hives all over my body, really bad hives. I woke up with the headaches every day. I started to feel tired. The simplest things would just make me. Very very tired were these symptoms growing worse over time. They were yes. My symptoms would get so bad that I would throw up or I would wake up with nosebleeds. She says even her dogs were throwing up blood Werner assumed her. Illness was connected to China's toxic.

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Opposition Leader, and Oil, Become Focus of Venezuela-U.S. Struggle

Ben Ferguson

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Opposition Leader, and Oil, Become Focus of Venezuela-U.S. Struggle

"The man viewed by the US as Venezuela's new leader working to solidify his position as the nation's president is State Department says opposition leader Guido now controls Venezuelan accounts, at US, insured, banks. Why don't declared himself interim president last week? And now the United States in about two dozen countries recognize him as Venezuela's interim leader President Nicolas Maduro regime refuses to yield power to Guangzhou

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"guangzhou" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

10:07 min | 2 years ago

"guangzhou" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"And it was a bit more expensive. But the food was quite good and some really inventive twists with classic Chinese dishes. Like barbecued pork that some flavors that that I'd never really tasted before. So if you wanna splurge one night that would be somewhere the might consider. There's a very nice garden in there as well. My wife's aunt and uncle live in Wong, Joe. So they're very up-to-date with. The latest restaurants to go to. So last month. They took us to a place called you, Dan, which has a couple of establishments in the Guangzhou area now, and it was quite good. It was bursting at the seams. We had wait for a while. But the food was very good, and very inexpensive there. So those are a couple of ideas for places to go and eat deem. Some is a little difficult for somebody. The very first time the whole process is is very different than this still dude in a traditional fashion in Guangzhou where you get the people with the carts rather than menu. It depends. But I think more and more you're getting to the menu. Nobody's pushing the carts by but you've got pictures, and you can write down exactly how many one of each thing. And there are some very tame things on the deem some menu. I think some of the dumplings, especially. Very approachable by people the tripe a little less. So the dumplings I think a lot of people can find good dumpling or bun that they'll enjoy I I'm a big fan of the chicken feet, but less so for me. I wasn't the first time. I tried it. And that's the thing. I just kind of place pointless. There's just not a lot of meat in chicken. Well, as I learned how to eat them. I found that you just have to pop the whole thing in your mouth and spit out, the gristle, knuckles and everything. That's that's really the only way to do it. I think like anywhere you try stuff. And even if you don't like it the first time you try it again. I don't know if you've ever tried Chris the soybean milk. Not sure I have the first time. I tried soybean milk. I did not like it at all. I thought I was going to vomit and I tried it again. Luckily, and I just love it. I mean to me it's the perfect drink. If you're getting some Chinese bakery, which you're gonna find to be very similar to Hong Kong. You've got all the same things. The great taught of the tar this soybean milk. There really isn't much to it. It's soybeans and water and sugar. But it's the list. I would try it in the wintertime often they serve it hot. Which is good too. There's a tart there that I think you've talked about before. Four called the Pawtucket. It looks like the eg tart. Okay. But it looks kind of burnt at the top. I'm sure and this came from the Portuguese. And when I first saw these I thought one getting knows somebody burnt them. And so I didn't try them. But when I was in Lisbon a few years ago, and if you've been in Lisbon before there's a area of the city called Belem that has a place where people line up for these things for these what they call the potok, or it's a it has cream with it. And that's why it gets burnt on the one you're talking about and the Portuguese put cinnamon on it, which is delicious. You're not gonna find any cinnamon in China. But you really should try that one there's coconut tarred as well. And and lots of different pineapple bonds and cocktail bonds that have very sweet coconut sugary mixture in the middle. That's very good. So now with the. Pineapple buns. You took him to the buds that look like a pineapple boulevard caboodle about which is kinda flavored. But looks like a pineapple. Exactly. It's kind of this cross hatch pattern. Exactly. Yeah. I think I have tried some that have some pineapple in them on it. And recently, I've seen people putting butter in the middle of it which kinda to me, but I'm not a foodie, but when I'm in Joe, I'm I'm very picky. The vantage. I've always found with bakery to everything is displayed there, you could just point. So yes, you need no language skills whatsoever. And this is true in China as well as any place else, you've just then had her money. They take the appropriate amount. If you if you can't even get the money, right? The. The. What's inside the buns? Yes. Some disappointing experiences, generally not in China, it's likely to be a bean curd or cream mish. Kind of filling or something like that cave casually. Come across. I think that's salmon or something like that. That wasn't what I was looking for. But but generally, it's it's a pretty low risk, and it's also pretty cheap. So yes. And if you don't like red bean, which the Chinese put on everything, right? That's probably right thing that you can run into in a bond with you're not sure what's inside. So right question for you mentioned in the winter. And then you also mentioned when you were down at the island that there were a lot of people their best time to go summer is going to be a lot warmer. Yes. I would avoid the summer. Humid. And I think like the resort that we talked about. I think it's going to be packed. You're not gonna get those great prices. I love the fall. I think the fall is is perfect. I've been there. A couple of times over the thanksgiving holiday. I would watch out for Golden Week. Yes. Watch out for Chinese of which is usually sometime January through March in that timeframe. But I wouldn't go that time of year. Anyway, I mean, if you're from the upper midwest like I am you can handle those temperatures. But it's just not that pleasant. So I wouldn't go January through March during winter spring kinda rainy with the monsoonal weather. The comes in summer is is a little hot and sticky. So if you can go in the fall, I would say between the mid September and the end of December. That's when I would go I think that's a perfect period. The people need to do before they go to Guangzhou. Yes. I would just encourage people to really check this place out. I don't think it's on a lot of people's radar. But hopefully after some of the things we've covered today, some more people check it out. Excellent. You're standing in the prettiest spot in Guangzhou or the region. I'll give you the whole region here where you standing, and what are you looking at? I'm going to do something a little different. I hope it's okay. Chris. I'm going to sit down if that's okay instead of stand you say that I'm in a tea house in Guangzhou, and I've ordered my deem some, and it's just arrived at the table. And I've got this huge bounty of delicious dumplings all lay down in front of me. And I'm grabbing my chopsticks and ready to dig in. That's the most beautiful. I I can imagine. I mean, the resort area that we talked about was very. Beautiful too with very verdant hills in the ocean breezes, but the food in in Guangzhou, there's there's a saying there's a Chinese saying I'll say it in Cantonese, it's sick joy Guang JAL. And I think the best way to translate that is when in Guangzhou eat or the best thing to do. Joe is eat, and I couldn't agree more. Excellent. And one thing that makes you laugh and say only one Jiao, I'll say the other. Okay, it's language related about the language just a little bit. And I think we know sometimes that we Americans can be a little loud and a little Frank as compared with some Europeans. And I think in this way, the Cantonese are kind of like Americans if you compare them with the Japanese and the Koreans I've had some experience in those cultures as well. And I think they're a little more reserved on a little quieter. The thing that makes me laugh is that I don't think you will ever have a louder dining experience in your life than being in a tea house where every tables full, we talked before about the Cantonese language being very coarse and guttural, and but the people to are they talk quite. Loudly. I was I was with a friend and Annella Vader, and he didn't speak Cantonese and a couple of women got on. And then got off after a couple of floors. And and he said why were they yelling at each other? And I said, well, they weren't yelling. They were just talking about what they bought during the day when they were out shopping. And so if you're of a kind of a loud American, you probably won't get as many looks in in Guangzhou 'cause 'cause they're pretty loud too. And but I love it. It just makes me laugh and say, hey, I'm back in going gel. And I just love the people in the culture, and and in the food, and and everything about this place. Excellent. Last question, if you had to summarize on Joe in three words, what would you say a have to start with mouth-watering? Well, it's consistent. But I would also say inexpensive, we've talked about that. And also educational excellent will our guest again has been a Bill Abbott Bill has a site where he puts up a ten Aries at black dot we bleed dot com, which I'll linked to Bill. Thanks so much for coming on amateur traveler ensuring with this your love for this region of China. Thank you, Chris pleasure to be with you.

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"guangzhou" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

12:08 min | 2 years ago

"guangzhou" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"The bags back on the road. There and read it's go real good pass board. Amateur traveler episode six hundred forty two today. The amateur traveler talks about the maritime silk road, seventy two hour visas and places like the temple of the six banyan trees and the Muslim the non king as we go to Guangzhou China. Welcome to the mature traveler, I'm your host, Chris Christensen. Let's talk about Gwen Joe. I'd like to welcome this show Bill Abbott from Chicago. And also from Blaby dot we bleed dot com, and I'll put a link to that in the show notes who's come to talk to us about another lesser-known place in China Guan Joe Bill to the show. Thank you very much. Chris good to be with you today. I say lesser known as if it were some little tiny village often the hinterlands, which it is not. Yeah. We I mean, we are talking about one of the largest cities in China and in the world, and I think it's probably number two after Shanghai think that Beijing and Guangzhou or kinda right in that same type area in terms of population. Fourteen point five million is what I'm seeing. And I don't know how old those statistics are why should someone go to go on. Joe Chris you've mentioned in your shows about Hong Kong. How Hong Kong is. Kind of China with English sometimes. I can't agree more. I think if you want to delve into the Chinese culture that Hong Kong as a really good place to start. But when you're ready to go behind the curtain. I think Guangzhao should be one of the places that you consider it really has been the center of Cantonese culture for two thousand years and one thing to remember about Hong Kong as the really wasn't a lot there before the eighteen forties when the British moved in. So, you know, at Hong Kong's, a great fun place. But when you want to go deeper into the the history and culture Guangzhao is the place to go. And and I might add it's it's quite a bit less expensive than Hong Kong which can be very expensive for a tourist. And what is your connection with thing one Joe? And you're saying Joe, so I'm gonna try and switch my brand. Yeah, I'm sorry. You know, I'm probably going to do that. So I lived in Hong Kong for two years when I was young, and then came back to the United States and studied Chinese and college and grad school, so I learned Cantonese I when I was in Hong Kong, and then I studied Mandarin later, and I met my wife when I was in college, and she is from the Joe area so ever since we met and married we've gone back every two or three years to visit her family, and and I've really grown to love this this area of the world will what kind of I do you recommend? So I would start in Guangzhou Guangzhou for the Mandarin-speakers. That's the difference. Okay. Got it. Yeah. So I thought I was just saying it wrong. So I feel better long. Joe's Cantonese, and Joe is the Mandarin. So try and remember to give you both pronunciations and probably try and stick with the Mandarin. Where I can't because that's what people will be more familiar with. And that's what your guide books will use to will. And we should just a quick difference between when we talk about Mandarin versus Cantonese. It is usually said that there are different dialect. Although really if it weren't politically with same country. We would call it a different language. The only reason is called a diff the same languages. They have the same written language. But if I speak to you in Cantonese, and you speak to me Mandarin. We're gonna have a hard time communicating. Yeah. You're absolutely right one. I was living in Hong Kong and didn't understand any Mandarin. Even though I spoke Cantonese coin. Well, I couldn't understand with what other people are saying when they spoke Mandarin. So when I was in college, I remember there. A book on linguistics. We were reading that said that Cantonese and Mandarin or more different than Portuguese and Romanian, which are both romance manslaughter. So if these were different countries would probably call him different language. I'm sure will in Cantonese has stopped me if I'm wrong, I've learned some Andren in no Cantonese Cantonese has six tones in Mandarin has four I think we're pretty settled on Mandarin with the four tones, but I've seen different systems some that say Cantonese has ten tone and others say seven, so it's a fun language. It's a little more guttural, whereas Mandarin. I feel as a little it's pretty its sing song Cantonese is kind of rough. But I kinda like it. And when we say tones, just one last thing languages the visits where you can get yourself into trouble. This is the don't call your mother, a horse as my Chinese teams to say the word Ma for instance, in Mandarin, depending with you say, Ma Ma Ma is what you I did that in hemp to scold, mother or horse. So it's that is dif-. Different than we have in a lot of the western languages. That's the that's the hardest part about the language. Well, except for writing the characters reading those. Easily. I never got past two hundred excellent. So we're going to go on Joe or gone Jiao. And you're gonna give us an itinerary. Exactly. So I would start off with two or three days in Guam coat. And then I would do a day trip to a neighboring city that still part of the same metropolis that's called foot San or four Sean in Mandarin. And then I would take a couple of days and go off to an island, which is called highlighting island along the way. There's another place. That's unesco. World heritage site called Hoi ping or typing that has some interesting structures to look at. So if you have a week that would be a summary of the itinerary that I would do and we talked about Hong Kong. This is something that could easily be added onto a trip to Hong Kong Macau because either one of those is what sixty two hundred miles away. Yeah. Very close very easily to connect. I mean, if you're coming from Hong Kong, you could fly it's a really short flight, you could take a boat up the river. A you could take a bus. You could go on the train. Rain. So there's many different ways to get there. And and it's very quick and convenient make sure that you know, about the visa situation, of course, before you go anywhere in the world. This is one of those places that if you're a US citizen, you're gonna have to get a visa all though things of changed and recently, they've they've started allowing visa-free trips, and and Guangzhou is one of those cities where you can take advantage of this. But there are certain restrictions visa-free. You're talking about the transit visa, right? And that's a seventy two hour visa in Guangzhou. I think but there are restrictions on it. Right. Be your final destination to be going on to somewhere else. We just did that on our way to Japan, we spent a night in Chiang high. So my Chinese daughter and used a transit visa, which had no cost you, just basic. Got into a different line as you came into the country. And I think that yes, it's seventy two hours in Guan. Joe it's even longer now. It's one hundred and forty four hours in Shanghai Gijon and Joensuu interestingly enough for the one if you're flying into the Guangzhou airport, you can go all over the province with that. When you don't have to stay just in the city. So for the itenerary that we're talking about today, you could take advantage of this. If you don't have a Chinese visa, so like, you did I did it in Shanghai awhile ago. But now, I got my brand new ten year multiple entry visa, so I'm not gonna have to worry about it for a while. When I was first in Shanghai would up to the consulate spent all day, I think it took me two trips. But then you still end only end up with a one entry thirty day visa. So this ten year visa, basically means you've got a visa for the length of time. You have your passport. Exactly excellent. What are we doing in the city? I on your first day. I keep a kind of light ending on when you're coming in and your jet lag and everything that you're going through. But a couple of places that I would try and Steve the first one would be Salmeen island or Shamin island. This is an island in the river. And we didn't really talk about the job or fee much. But this is the Pearl River, which is the third major river system in China after the yellow in the Yangtze river, so this place this island is in the river and during that same opium war period. When hong. Kong was taken by the British this island became a foreign concession. There's not a lot of huge sites here. But it's very popular. It's very peaceful part of the city and a place. Many people might consider to be the the prettiest part of the city. It's gotta lot of these old western classical buildings that were used as consulates than one interesting thing about it. You see a lot of people taking pictures there, which isn't strange, but they might be taking pictures of a watch on somebody's arm or that they're wearing if you don't know in advance what is going on? Then it might seem a little strange, but a lot of the advertisements in the area are taken here. So these are professional type for tog refers who are taking pictures, and they liked the backdrop of the classical style buildings. I guess on the island for. Whatever they're taking a picture of to advertise. Nice place to wander around if you get into town where it's too late to everything's closed, and you wanna get out and see something then this is a good place to go and really nice parks and buildings. Let's take a break here. And here from a sponsor when you trying to kill time on that long plane flight or bus ride and you've run out of amateur traveler pursuits, you can learn something with the app blinking blinking takes nonfiction books and condenses the key points in those books down to something around fifteen minutes. And so you can learn something even if you don't have time to consume the whole book, or maybe if he wanted to side if you want to read that whole book. So for instance, I just recently finished reading the seven habits of highly effective people took me a while. And it took me just a little over fifteen minutes to do the blink version of that book. And it really did do good job of covering the. 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Judge finds officials had no constitutional duty to protect Parkland students

Lars Larson

00:53 sec | 3 years ago

Judge finds officials had no constitutional duty to protect Parkland students

"Glad to have you with me. Eight six six four three nine five to seven seven should China. If we're going to punish Saudi Arabia because of the death of the journalist and political activist and mother, Muslim Brotherhood guy. Jamaal kashogi should we go after China for cracking down on Christians, especially since this crackdown comes right before Christmas. The BBC reports. A recent surge in police action against churches in China raises concerns the government is getting even tougher on unsanctioned Christian activity. Among those arrested are a prominent pastor and his wife of the early reign covenant church in Sichuan both have been charged with state subversion and on Saturday morning. Dozens of police raided a children's bible class at a church in Guangzhou China is officially atheist, although it says that it it actually allows religious freedom. But only if it's approved by the. State. Apparently, let's go to John in Georgia. John welcome to the LARs Larson show on a Tuesday night and merry Christmas to you and yours. What's on your mind? Very christmas. Like very much taking my call. What's up? I was just talking about Christmas understand

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Trading Plastics Now

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 3 years ago

Trading Plastics Now

"Twenty sixteen China imported nearly half the world's plastic waste, but a twenty seventeen the Chinese government said it would no longer allow imports of foreign plastics for years. China had taken on more than its share of the burden to manage the world's waste, primarily sent from the US Britain, Germany, and Japan where all that plastic. Wind is difficult to determine Troy data doesn't trace the journey of ways from country to country. Some of it ends up in landfills and oceans China's reports say the plastic surplus grows annually now since the nineteen ninety s when single use plastics e ways plastics began to flood the market. The town of Guangzhou in China has been overrun by the world's e-waste behind the heavy duty plastics of most e-waste are many toxic chemicals. Like those used to make computer monitors these chemicals have leached into groundwater in Guangzhou. And researchers find that eighty percent of. Guava children now live with excess levels of lead in their blood China Mel restricts imports to better protect its environment and people's health the recycling effort as moved to other South Asian countries, like Indonesia, Malaysia where overflow remains an issue, but Indonesia is experimenting with solutions to reduce plastic marine debris by seventy percent by twenty twenty-five their turn it into asphalt and incentivizing companies that use bio-degradable packaging made with seaweed cassava and tapioca mostly plastic recycling isn't always profitable. But exporting ways means we lose sight of where it goes. And whom it may harm using and choosing biodegradable packaging can help make recycling lucrative because biodegradable scrap doesn't lose value like loads of undesirable, plastics. This moment of science comes from Indiana University. I'm Yale Cassandra, Don, Don glass.

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"guangzhou" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"guangzhou" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"A new city where is moving east to the coast, and they see it as a fairly strategic city because it will connect Hong Kong to Guangzhou and also to the new. So it really represents Shin's movement, the coast unto that transit corridor along the Pearl River delta pretty big city, and it's a new city and they wanted Bill quickly. So our approach towards preparing the master plan and the vision was to ensure that when that city is build, has some qualities to it, and it's not just building after building to building to building, but that were building a city that has a series of neighborhoods those neighborhoods, whoa, Qabail the neighborhood saw connect to to network of streets, the neighborhoods of connected to network of public open spaces central James cone is creating open public spaces east to integration of green pockets, particular challenge in the country like China that lacks behind when it comes to green infrastructure. Well, struggling with an pollution is a major health concern and essential component that not only in the the aesthetics of place, but provides misery spots of cool and shade, as well as improving equality central to the vision Chen. Hi, five, green fingers..

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US, Hong Kong and President Trump discussed on Bloomberg Best

Bloomberg Best

00:12 sec | 3 years ago

US, Hong Kong and President Trump discussed on Bloomberg Best

"A bear market with the emerging market index down zero point three percents taking the overall drop since January two twenty percent. That's it. Stocks have picked up a little this morning in Asia with Hong Kong

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"guangzhou" Discussed on Business Daily

Business Daily

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"guangzhou" Discussed on Business Daily

"So when you so USA think he said, okay, fine, she's block, but she is American. But when he supervise came on open, the buckle they pass, which indicated Ugandan that was it. That is it leave you feeling. I feel horrible. I think it's very unfair, especially when our country has been so well coming to the Chinese government president has been giving them tax exemptions. They're very welcome there mid comfortable. They've been given land this kind of racial profiling. I think for me, it did not go well with math, felt that as a state of Uganda, what insulted, which is a racist policy. I think it's a very racist policy. I don't think that is right. I don't think that's how states can viewed their relationships by, frankly, don't think color go to that country even if I was invited for. I don't know what I wouldn't outfield so insulted to be invited by the governor China's government. You'll never go back no way. No. Chief Justice Juliet at Tanga. Well, tibi she's angry. She may have had it lucky though. According to one media report, other Ugandans were not only forced to sleep on the streets. They also struggled to find food. African restaurants are reportedly been shutdown. Chinese restaurants have been told not to entertain African patrons, either responding to press reports. The Chinese embassy in Uganda. Did issue a statement though a few days ago, it said the situation that some Africans including Ugandans were refused to check into budget hotels in Guangzhou, purely resulted from the self made decisions of isolated hotels. Local government has instructed the involved hotels to stop these improper practices immediately and gave grave criticisms and education to these hotels at present. There is no hotel in Guangzhou which refuses to accommodate Africans measures have been taken to prevent similar incidents from happening in the future. Chinese and African peoples are good brothers and the isolated cases of improper practice by some hotels should not impact the good relationship between us. Well, that's good. Isn't it? Except it appears not to be true reporter. Danny Vincent is in Hong Kong. He's been checking this story out for us. Hello, Danny, you've been in Guangzhou this weekend. I understand. Now what have you found our hotels still blocking entry to African passport-holders checks out many hotels in the area and area known Shelby, which is where many of the African community live in the city. For more I saw there were several hotels that was still rejecting people with African passports everywhere to go to the desk and ask to book a hotel room for the nights. They would ask what nationality we were. If it was an African nationality that simply say the Africans are not out to stay here for the time being we asked the question, why are Africans not allowed to stay some said they didn't know others said that there was a. Quest and order from the police and other authorities, demanding the hotels were not take African bookings. So we think it is an official judgment of and it looks like it must be, doesn't it because it's a city wide phenomenon. This applies not just to Uganda, NHS, not just a Nigerian. We think this is all Africans then the seems to be some dispute. Some of the hotel staff that I spoke to, they would say for Nigerians they would say it's Ugandans, but many would also say that anyone from any African nation simply wasn't able to stay one hotel staff at she said to me that even people from Columbia and also not able to stay in hotels in Guangzhou, right people from Columbia, presumably of dark skin. We excuse. The I was given was that this parent policy was really related to crime. No one was speaking semi officially, I'll speak in members of staff and sometimes security guards, they felt the African community perhaps committed more crime than. Other communities in Quanzhou and same that they believe this type of policing efforts..

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Mother, son, contract rat lungworm after eating raw centipedes

Deminski and Doyle

10:11 min | 3 years ago

Mother, son, contract rat lungworm after eating raw centipedes

"I had tickets to go see smashing pumpkins. And, they're playing tonight in New Jersey But we we saw them at MSG and you know why because tonight it might be kind. Of. Cool but they have like. All these special guests joining it because. It's their thirtieth anniversary tonight and didn't have any special guest last night no and we just wanted to we just. Wanted, to see. Smashing pumpkins we. Didn't wanna see Courtney love up there and all these other people who else is going to be the beano oh by name I, don't remember like guys from the killers You know. People, like this, I did a little write up on it If anybody wants to check, that I it was a great. Show, but there was one bad part but I'll let. You read it actually we'll talk about it later are in any way there's that, also there. Is a famous filmmaker who was born this day, in jersey history. Bills got that. And. More on nj one. And one five dot com internet still around okay so it's to ten? What do, you think the. Odds are that anybody's eating lunch right now Oh no For the. Most? Part right although they were too, young ladies we came on. The. Air okay anybody I know there's always the, late launch anybody who was eating and I hate to, say this but I'm trying to. Be kind we don't want people to, not listen but I don't wanna grow sunny. One out I have a story that we wanted to talk about that involves eating. Strange. Food, okay And we're gonna, take your calls later on. The, strangest most daring food that you ever tried, at one eight hundred two eight three one zero one, point five but I have to. Share the story the story might make, people squeamish I just want to warn people. Of course than the worm and the fish story from this week I think way. Worse The kid wait maggots I think worse no when you get into. The nitty gritty yes Okay all right. This is from CNN and I, apologize if I'm mispronouncing this city or town in China but after two people in Guangzhou. China were admitted to, the hospital with headaches and other neurological symptoms, doctors, pinpointed and infection. With. A strange backstory they had eaten raw? Centipedes What. Would he throw centipede, well you got to cook Oh Well who would he'd centipedes? Right but over there apparently people will eat, centipedes but they usually cook, them. Okay but sometimes people will eat them to grab a snack and, go, well which will get. To there's, there's there's a reason they. Do there's a reason they, do but they had eaten raw. Centipedes now the first patient was a seventy eight year old woman shows up in the hospital with a headache sleepiness and congenital or Cognitive impairment targets impairment. Then, a few weeks later her forty six year old son shows up at the hospital with some of the same things right They're like what the heck both. Patients had stiff necks a sign. Of possible meningitis but scans show too suspicious spots in the women's, brain, and one knowledgeable in the man's right lung both patients. Had, something in common they. Had. Eaten, these raw centipedes from vegetable market in glaze them oh. I thought you would just catch him around. The house Nope that's an actual. Food Yep now lab tests, confirmed that they were infected with rat lungworm that's, a whole lot of gross isn't theirs that's where I'm. Going. With this there's something called rat lungworm. And there's a big fancy long name, for it, but rat lungworm and this causes. A type of meningitis okay, so they weren't too far off now the parasite can fully mature in rats not humans and so Somebody who is an assistant professor says when it. Gets. Any human it can get lost and. It will go to the brain and, it will, stay there Ooh When it, gets is it alive in your? Brain. Yes When it gets to the brain, you can have e- Yosano Philip? Meningitis It's. An inflammation of a thin membrane covering the spinal cord and the brain no human, beings have, become, infected, with this parasite by eating contaminated plants and animals including snails, monitor lizards and, slugs who could eat a slow people in different cultures eat different. Things or maybe you're in survival training for the army or something right. But it was never known to be caused, by. Eating centipedes until this now they. Say it's rare to eat them raw this, answers your questions about that they say it's rare, to eat them. Raw but people will are they better when they're crispy probably isn't. Everything centipedes are not a normal, diet says one doctor overseas in China But he says, he explains the male patient in this case believed, eating raw centipedes. And apparently a lot of people believe this will bring good health Because he thought, it would bring good health he gave some. To his mother said awful Yup he said mom YouTube please Ethier's raw centipedes it'll be good for you Now it gets worse to confirm. That it could have been the Senate Pedes the researchers purchase twenty of them from the same market where to patients had gotten there's so. They went to that market this is kind of like remember the old medical show house. When they go in the field and do this. Research kind of like that they found rat. Lungworm. Larva in, seven, of, the twenty specimens and. Average a little bit and An average of fifty six larva per centipede to. Our knowledge this is the first report of this rat worm lung infection through consumption of. Centipedes We do know that people can acquire the parasite by consuming raw. Or undercooked snails and slugs more than, one hundred. And forty species of mollusks. Snails slugs have been found to? Be potential intermediate. Hosts other animals that feast on these snails and slugs including frogs fish. May also become infected where does the rat come in here's it here it is Amazing you, didn't even see the story that you're asking the questions and all the right spots but as the name of the parasite suggests the rat, is the, definitive host the parasitic worm now this work is really gross so again I'm going to warn the parasitic worm after being, ingested by rats makes. Its way from the rats intestine to the rats bloodstream and then into the, rat's brain there they moult and mature in the rat's brain she. And then they migrate back down into the rats lungs arteries the, blood vessels servicing the lung where the, adult worms. Are found an adult female. Mainly fifteen thousand eggs per day? Rats then this. Is fascinating Kinda gross rats them cough up these worms and then subsequently. Scarf them back down Oh this is. How this is then how these parasites tend to end up back in the rats fecal. Matter who's, eating the fecal matter where they are then, eaten by slugs or snails and so and so the cycle continues So many gross components to that store why I wanted to. Share, a new that took that. Was, a long journey of grossness but I wanted to explain this all mess and for the first. Time they're finding centipedes Ross centipedes apparently or feasting the way the snails and slugs rat. Poop apparently, I didn't know anybody poop Why did I mean. I'm, not dead I don't know It's waist Hey man nature is. A body Creatures? Body. Couldn't use I know right yeah why would you think you? Could, get anything out of it hey I can get larva I can. Get a rat worm. Lung infection what a, terrible life if you're a. Snail so you can't move fast, you got the. Stupid, shell, around you need poop Miracle they don't, know kill themselves At least. They go, to WalMart, on weekends I mean you know. It's not that bad alive Uneven, trail of, sludge sledge to slime yeah Yeah they do now we know what a little bit of. His All right so all of this because people over. In China, were eating raw centipedes and these people got horribly ill so again that, was from this little purposes and it didn't turn. Out so well but we want to know whether you were overseas maybe, you were in the service, and, you, wanted to try the cuisine maybe you were a daring Anthony bourdain tight on a, trip overseas somewhere where maybe right here in the good old survey but what is the strangest or most daring food that you? Ever, tried and was, it good that it tastes just like chicken It was a horrible one eight hundred two, eight three one zero one point five to eighteen, New Jersey fast traffic couple of, crashes on seventy eight west at aged fifty five and fifty six they're out of there but there's another one on seventy eight west near exit twenty nine out. By Timoti seven so, heads up on that this report is sponsored by audible there's also a crash on twenty two eastern union by Morris avenue water main repairs on one of nine south. Of grand speed and Elizabeth the right lane is closed and the Parkway at a. Southbound crash that clear this one. Near exit one forty two nine is, slow from an, Alabama, in Lakewood and the traffic overall, l. well the. Parkway outside. Of the union areas moving along pretty well written in Pleasantville still closed off with road repairs to ninety..

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"guangzhou" Discussed on The Persistence Factor

The Persistence Factor

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"guangzhou" Discussed on The Persistence Factor

"You the check yourself use of little checkup from the neck up because it's all about you you are the bottle necking a business 'cause if you hire employees they're not working guess what you hired them one guy you've made quote once i didn't understand it until i run in business management is always wrong the the leader is always wrong 'cause if they're if the employee's hired and they're still there you're still keeping them if they got hired and they're not working out useful still have in them so your business i take a look at let's take a look at blockbuster i dunno if every all your listeners know we're blockbusters is it's a movie the used to be we can get cd's in movies i can't tell why didn't see netflix coming we so easy to keep your customers in guangzhou line but for some reason coming some always using that an example of why you need to engaged and why you you can't just passively we'll see your life you must be engaged in your life so yeah i'm a big believer in personal development because percival opponent than the higher you go mentally physically motioning the more you life is elevated on all levels relationship everything so yeah i believe it should be engaged in personal belmont program guarantee everyday every every day it was it was a zig ziglar who says you shower every day don't you you know the the minute you stop do journaling listen it's a full engaged sport an athlete anybody who's ever been in athlete will tell you this is really if you really want it there's no they off if you really want it because by time you taken that day off your opponents coming at you so life i believe it shouldn't be so rigorous and i don't wanna make it sound like oh my god it's a chore to get up every day and do it's not not when you fully engaged but i do believe you can't go to sleep for two.

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"guangzhou" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"guangzhou" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Tell us more twentyfold matz had to be brought back from from cuba took nessin that found his that his suffering strange radical symptoms which are consistent with the use of sonic weapons against personnel notice ever demonstrated conclusively that that is what happened but the fact that twenty four people suffered his almost painfully suggest this wasn't just a bug going around now as you say we have the same in guangzhou in china where a diplomats being repatriated and not all of them but some following the case of mark lindsay who with his wife on his three year old child know who also summoned pull might described a strange sound of mabul running on a floor and then producing static aqap quick at my mind i want that was sound like i'm quite glad i've never heard that given the symptoms that use of our after well yes me too at it does sound very straight again the same kind of sim symptoms as the stop in cuba suffered secretary poem pay has been careful to say that when not sure yet whether there's a common cools an if this was an attack who loaded it is a curious time because why would china want to infuriate the united states self so same question the timing great mice thinking it makes no sense at all i mean the chinese government has been going to great links to avoid annoying the united states austral is already in the middle of a trade spot it's august the united states of north korea those disputes of the china sea and so on and so forth why on earth with china want to pick a row over a offensively attacks on us diplomats very strange it's baffling took about losing lets you.

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"guangzhou" Discussed on ESPORTS

ESPORTS

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"guangzhou" Discussed on ESPORTS

"Situ there's a player st requirement for overwatch players within a certain city for that or region to be considered for overall jake franchise no there's there's no requirement but i i think we we look at obviously we want to put teams in markets where there's lots of over wash players like that's just you know it's smart business so what markets do you think those include have you not sold i mean oh yeah so i think you know like we've always said we won't big markets in their rush league great look we really and it might vary by region you know like i said we want markets where there's a lot of over rush players well if you look at a region like south east asia as a region certainly smaller than you know china korea but still is one that that's growing really fast and maybe it makes sense to have a team there if there's fewer players because the market opportunities big but we look at with with an asia obviously beijing guangzhou in china maybe poussin korea maybe tokyo as being really big markets in europe obviously paris berlin amsterdam stockholm manchester madrid like all big markets like you that's where we want to be we think that makes the most sense and so you know we're going to start kicking off conversations about those about those soon i think we definitely want to make sure that we're adding additional teams in europe and asia and continuing to balance out the league's best who can it doesn't mean we won't sell additional teams in north america but our focus is definitely on on europe and asia for season to customize your shave new schick hydro five cents equipped with shock absorbed technology auto adjust how you shave available in three refill cartridge jill formulas try schick hydro five cents razors and refills available at walmart.

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"guangzhou" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"guangzhou" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Oh sure his here as you give like and he did lose the weight but he died i believe because he was drunk i thought you were gonna say like he could eat as many swords is it's a sword or maybe yeah and robert and joe you too were on our recent lunar new year episode oh yes yes and we in his first guest segment awesome zaghaou thank you terry a little across promotional magic cure hopefully but we're we're heading into two lunar new year what what can now listeners expect from your episode on lunar new year food traditions lots of lots of puns pun not yet apparently all all of the foods that are connected with the lunar new year are just wonderful puns oh i remember something about the symbol when we talked about the food tradition of the rice cake pudding right glutinous rice cake that it had something to do with the idea of advancement her achievement it was like a play on words yes am i believe it means a higher like ascending higher at sounds like a word that mean fat yes yes so we love pons andrew stuff goes right up were hal he algae's edible food pine now that the use of a homonym seer this reminds me when i was in china i can't remember of guangzhou or nanning but i but went to a park and they had all of these sculptures each one having to deal with the different hominem so it's it's very culturally entrenched the this this playful use of words again right one of my favorite schism fish just the word for fish sounds similar to the word for a prosperous and said the fish has to be positioned in certain way and you can't eat all of the fish because you want to have some leftover get you want to continue that prosperity yes it abundance and prosperity i it's such a popular item for the new year's day meal that there's a greeting may we eat fish every year yes.

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"guangzhou" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"guangzhou" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Not caught malls now his was a basically liquor diet maserati sugars here as you could like and he did lose the weight but he died i believe because he was drunk i thought you were gonna say like he could eat as many swords is authorities or maybe yeah and uh robert and joe you too were on our recent lunar new year episode oh yes yes and we in his first guess segment awesome yeah thank you terry a little across promotional magic cure hopefully but we're we're heading into two lunar new year what what can now listeners expect from your episode on lunar new year food traditions lots of lots of punts pun not yet apparently all all of the foods that are connected with the lunar new year are just wonderful puns oh i remember something about this in symbol when we talked about the food tradition of the rice cake pudding right glutinous rice cake that it had something to do with the idea of advancement her achievement it was like a play on words yes am i believe it means a higher like ascending higher at sounds like a word that mean fat yes yes so we love funds than through stuff goes right up were healthy algae's edible food pine now that the use of homonym seer this reminds me when i was in china i can't remember of guangzhou or nanning but i but went to a park in the healthy sculptures each one having to deal with a different hominem so it's it's very culturally entrenched the this this playful use of words again right one of my favorite says am fish the word for fish sounds similar to the word for prosperous and said the fish has to be positioned in certain way and you can't eat all of the fish because you want to have some leftover get you want to continue that prosperity yes it abundance and prosperity i it's such a popular item for the new year's day meal that there's a greeting may we eat fish every year yes.

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"guangzhou" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"guangzhou" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"Here's how this should play out first off i'm disappointed in the lakers because if you really want to give the people what they want you retires colby's 24 he retired a number eight and then you allow me to retire eighty one input of guangzhou to put this should it'll caridi magic a will then i would be in their collect just feel like eighty of banner or something it is there something the low he's no doubt no question that that's where is the foremost knacks it's gonna take a couple of years couple things you allow the team's lease the a playoff team source of big game not a game in december were win over time is about to come he grabbed here's i we i don't know your home gotta put the keys the bed brennaman open up our one eight hundred four lowers twitter feed you could send in questions to jaylen and jacoby we get lots of great questions this one is very important to me it's from burning rob burning rob says what type of hot sauce does jaylen perfer on pulled pork barbecue oh that was all your strong warning rob is asking a lot of questions about things that are hot and i was trying to draw back to a record the talked a lot about that back in the day was it cool maldini was it uh anyway jalen i digress what type of hot so i like all the support of truly.

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"guangzhou" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

The Rack Radio Show

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"guangzhou" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

"In next week's episode is that you know freeze potentially going slow down her comeback because again she says is like she had a baby you know nine weeks ago or whatever the timeframe is three months ago at this point that she does he interview and all we heard and a said the surly or was you know i wanna be a mom i wanna be a mom i wanna be a wife i wanna be a mother i wanna do this i want to do that you know in now that she's done it is a global neglects rustling sick this is this is what you want it rate was retire and go home abi wife in a mother so it's like you know just just enjoy it i get your missing the russian you want to come back and absolutely comeback when you're ready but you know don't don't rush it because it's like this time in you know birdies life you're never going to have it again were she len who lived through the roof very can renewed clumping on how everything dark come off of you very convenient timing how things can cut off on the ended three hit the drop the bigger brighter bumper do not think the bulk of the burden guangzhou aluminum he took the bucks spoiler took that they can't show him taking the bunker for legal reasons legal his ramallah which is smart but also sleepy drunk shameless is my favorite s i kinda want more topol shameless can can we get total shameless till fella can that can that be a thing y'all maybe this moon there don't whisky shot at like 9 o'clock in the morning is amazing what with some of this absurd in all all obviously we address famous drunk jamus larry steve larry steve lomas brother everything else but the to resign addi drug seem as crazy now the m larry larry's steve and night eating bacon in front of larry steve and rues of being of but i feel only a recent pingers but i still feel like resurface necessarily in the wrong like you know though i you.

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"guangzhou" Discussed on Another Round

Another Round

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"guangzhou" Discussed on Another Round

"A you know like bam like it was like magic the rest is history enjoy male i was conversation right now because i am constantly like give me animals names i don't know about on care about at is low that are not the only person frightened as this so we theme let you in the dear iasc squad i get allow are there any animals that you would not squad up with i will say like an animal off the ripped that i would not i will now these try to get so close to his iraq you know i'm not trying to be like a much discriminate raccoon during the thinkers in may of met nice reckoning akhoon friends are tired of me with a nice raccoon like outward not try to like leader ed corner nothing goes you know asking to have seen oath too many dumps from it even i agree i also it off with reckons but i'm telling you there is some gureck wounds like i really had been like they're raccoon really don't forget nobody wreck on right straight up evil building earliest shit they dress like roberts dislike straight out unaccounted for you and your home in like everything in guy on goania trash messenger on and not be back tomorrow mommy bless and then okay tell me about this alleged nice roechling you met all right so i was in mexico because i have some things in the works so yes rasa no just be updated on your boy 'cause you know what i'm saying i got some thanks go on the other day won't be our our our the uh i went to enable sanctuary and like that at all types oh it was actually in guangzhou sanctuary where own there's this guy the he gets food from the local market mexico every single do they they donate on food for him to feed in years over like six hundred one is over there comes him every day in this friendly 100 yeah that sounds and then late on literally on his work on that of us nutmegged offer ruehe and like.

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