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State Department lowers China travel advisory but warns of 'arbitrary detentions and exit bans'
"From Washington. If you're planning to visit China reconsider those plans. The State Department has just issued a level three travel advisory, its second highest warning level, strongly strongly advising advising against against travel travel to to mainland mainland China China and and Hong Hong Kong Kong sighting sighting the the risk risk of of arbitrary arbitrary detention, detention, which which could could see see US US citizens citizens arrested arrested entailed entailed without without access access to to U. U. S. S. Consular Consular assistance. Tensions have been rising ever since Beijing imposed a new national security law in Hong Kong that violates its past commitments to respect the territories. Freedoms. Vicki Barker, CBS. NEWS, London
U.S. again warns against travel to China and Hong Kong
"The word from Washington is if you're planning to visit China reconsider here, CBS's Vicki Barker, the State Department has just issued a level three travel advisory, its second highest warning level, strongly strongly advising advising against against travel travel to to mainland mainland China China and and Hong Hong Kong Kong sighting sighting the the risk risk of of arbitrary arbitrary detention, detention, which which could could see see US US citizens citizens arrested arrested and and held held without without access access to to U. U. S S consular consular assistance. Tensions have been rising ever since Beijing imposed a new national security law in Hong Kong that violates its past commitments to respect the territory. Freedom's Vicki Barker.
Border Patrol Seizes Millions In Counterfeit Shoes From Hong Kong At Dallas-Fort Worth
"Busts up a shipment of counterfeit athletic shoes at the port of entry in Dallas Fort Worth, including limited edition Air Jordans, priced at $2000 per pair. The shipments overall value, easily topping $4 million in fake Nikes and Adidas is were on their way to Mexico, and agents say they were not of the highest quality products appear to have come from Hong Hong Kong. Kong.
Former Amb. Gary Locke discusses China US relations
"U. U. S. S. China China relations relations continue continue to to deteriorate deteriorate with with president president trump trump threatening threatening more more sanctions sanctions and and China China apparently apparently cutting cutting back back further further on on agricultural agricultural imports imports Gary Gary Locke Locke served served as as US US ambassador ambassador to to Beijing Beijing under under president president Obama Obama before before that that he he was was governor governor of of Washington Washington investor investor like like is is now now senior senior adviser adviser to to David David Wright Wright and and Jermaine Jermaine I I asked asked the the pastor pastor if if relations relations between between the the United United States States and and China China are are as as bad bad as as they they looked looked relations relations are are very very very very bad bad right right now now it's it's getting getting worse worse the the latest latest salvo salvo of of walls walls the the only only taking taking away away the the the the special special status status that that Hong Hong Kong Kong has has previously previously that that could could impose impose tariffs tariffs on on all all products products that that are are coming coming out out of of Hong Hong Kong Kong and and they they make make it it harder harder for for residents residents of of Hong Hong Kong Kong you you can can visit visit the the United United States States unfortunately unfortunately trying trying to to get get at at the the the the policies policies of of all all China China in in terms terms of of not not respecting respecting the the one one country country two two systems systems the the autonomy autonomy that that the the Hong Hong Kong Kong has has previously previously enjoyed enjoyed these these types types of of actions actions back back hurt hurt the the people people of of Hong Hong Kong Kong without without really really affecting affecting the the government government of of China China really really punishing punishing the the people people of of Hong Hong Kong Kong who who have have really really been been protesting protesting for for greater greater democracy democracy and and freedom freedom so so this this is is really really going going to to hurt hurt the the people people of of the the very very pro pro democratic democratic people people of of of of Hong Hong Kong Kong and and perhaps perhaps while while sending sending a a message message to to mainland mainland China China may may not not really really hurt hurt China China itself itself well well it it has has to to take take us us back back a a bit bit in in history history back back in in ninety ninety seven seven there there was was an an agreement agreement entered entered into into by by China China as as part part of of Hong Hong Kong Kong coming coming back back to to head head away away from from Great Great Britain Britain is is it it just just clear clear they they violated violated that that agreement agreement and and perhaps perhaps more more important important are are there there any any remedies remedies for for violation violation agreement agreement well well played played ballgame ballgame the the report report you you bite bite out out properly properly to to Hong Hong Kong Kong at at least least to to the the with with twenty twenty more more years years or or so so and and China China of of course course is is upset upset that that Hong Hong Kong Kong has has not not passed passed some some security security laws laws it it is is it's it's supposed supposed to to have have a a baby baby but but years years ago ago and and so so tensions tensions have have been been very very poor poor quality quality and and there's there's a lot a lot of of protesting protesting just just last last year year over over the the coals coals old old toolbox toolbox traditions traditions of of people people charged charged with with crimes crimes one one of of the the that that being being sent sent back back to to other other countries countries including including the the mainland mainland China China courses courses with with the the confidence confidence in in the the rule rule of of law law it it tried tried that that people people could could be be prosecuted prosecuted on on trumped trumped up up charges charges in in the the if if they they are are living living in in Hong Hong Kong Kong maybe maybe because because they're they're all all wasting wasting dissent dissent about about the the policies policies you you disagree disagree openly openly occurred occurred with with the the policies policies of of China China criticizing criticizing the the Chinese Chinese government government that that they they could could then then be be extradited extradited to to the the mainland mainland to to face face prosecution prosecution so so these these are are really really tough tough issues issues and and again again on on China China is is I I think think the the holding holding itself itself in in the the world world if if it it takes takes away away the the autonomy autonomy of of Hong Hong Kong Kong and and certainly certainly will will not not help help in in trying trying to to reunify reunify Taiwan Taiwan because because the the people people of of Taiwan Taiwan will will say say how how can can we we ever ever trust trust the the maple maple at at Thomas Thomas is is that that they they might might have have to to maintain maintain the the democracy democracy that that is is very very very very strong strong on on Taiwan Taiwan we we have have the the largest largest economy economy in in the the world world the the United United States States the the second second largest largest China China we're we're gonna gonna have have to to figure figure out out a a way way to to deal deal with with one one another another one one way way or or the the other other can can you you see see a a path path forward forward to to a a constructive constructive engagement engagement with with China China going going forward forward because because I I have have to to say say China China has has not not had had a great a great track track record record of of complying complying with with its its grievance grievance over over the the years years going going all all the the way way back back to to the the WTO WTO I I think think that that the the world world stage stage and and and and and and all all the the other other countries countries which which share share but but China China does does business business has has operations operations as as investments investments and and and and is is a a trading trading partner partner with with all all of of those those countries countries didn't didn't work work with with the the United United States States in in confronting confronting China China United United States States doing doing it it alone alone actually actually hurts hurts Americans Americans actually actually benefits benefits many many of of our our allies allies well well they they have have the the same same concerns concerns this this terrible terrible trade trade war war between between China China United United States States barely barely makes makes American American products products more more expensive expensive in in China China and and so so the the Chinese Chinese the the buyers buyers will will block block you you know know purchased purchased something something from from Germany Germany Australia Australia or or Canada Canada because because it's it's so so much much cheaper cheaper well well those those countries countries have have some some of of the the circle circle I I have have many many of of the the same same concerns concerns about about the the trading trading policy policy the the economic economic policies policies the the lack lack of of intellectual intellectual protection protection the the lack lack of of rule rule of of law law that that we we have have over over China's China's policies policies but but we we should should be be working working in in concert concert with with all all these these other other countries countries the the day day after after China's China's policies policies to to confront confront China China instead instead of of doing doing it it alone alone because because and and these these other other countries countries just just sit sit back back and and their their their their companies companies will will get get all all the the business business because because they're they're they're they're the the products products of of their their companies companies are are so so much much cheaper cheaper whether whether soybeans soybeans from from Brazil Brazil or or whether whether it's it's semi semi conductors conductors from from from from the the E. E. U. U. or or technological technological equipment equipment manufactured manufactured goods goods number number US US steel steel plate plate instead instead of of Boeing Boeing airplanes airplanes this this is is this this general general trade trade war war between between the the United United States States and and China China actually actually benefits benefits many many other other countries countries and and it's it's hurting hurting American American jobs jobs although although it's it's clear clear the the president president trump trump wants wants to to get get China China to to change change its its behavior behavior in in your your experience experience when when you you were were U. U. S. S. ambassador ambassador China China or or more more broadly broadly over over the the years years have have you you seen seen United United States States either either alone alone or or with with others others effectively effectively change change the the Chinese Chinese government's government's behavior behavior I I think think we've we've been been able able to to alter alter the the years years with with different different presidents presidents democratic democratic and and Republican Republican administrations administrations we've we've been been able able to to tone tone down down some some of of their their their their rhetoric rhetoric of of forced forced him him to to be be a a little little bit bit the the slower slower and and more more cautious cautious and and less less confrontational confrontational they they haven't haven't factored factored participated participated at at Parker Parker with with United United States States and and our our allies allies on on a a whole whole host host of of issues issues whether whether it's it's fighting fighting piracy piracy off off the the coast coast of of Africa Africa contributing contributing to to U. U. N. N. peacekeeping peacekeeping forces forces around around the the world world in in fact fact they they are are the the largest largest supplier supplier of of peacekeeping peacekeeping forces forces to to the the United United Nations Nations and and they've they've obviously obviously helped helped chip chip in in in in trying trying to to get get our our branches branches of of developing developing a a nuclear nuclear weapon weapon was was shown shown a a lot lot of of those those international international efforts efforts have have been been successful successful China China has has its its own own ambitions ambitions it's it's feeling feeling gives gives up up power power and and its its success success economic economic technological technological success success and and they they feel feel that that they've they've been been suppressed suppressed and and ashamed ashamed by by western western powers powers for for centuries centuries and and they're they're really really trying trying to to reclaim reclaim what what they they feel feel is is their their place place in in world world civilization civilization but but many many of of their their views views obviously obviously you you are are not not consistent consistent with with the the rest rest of of the the world world and and I I think think that that to to get get them them to to change change to to get get them them to to be be part part of of the the world world community community whether whether it's it's on on trade trade policy policy whether whether it's it's on on military military policies policies respecting respecting other other peoples peoples borders borders and and sovereignty sovereignty we we need need to to have have a a United United front front with with other other countries countries instead instead of of just just doing doing it it by by ourselves ourselves it's it's not not working working thanks thanks to to former former U. U. S. S. ambassador ambassador to to Beijing Beijing Gary Gary Locke Locke
Hong Kong police arrest 360 as thousands protest over security laws
"Hong Hong Kong Kong distance distance planned planned a a massive massive March March in in Hong Hong Kong Kong today today but but they they were were faced faced with with a a formidable formidable array array of of armed armed police police and and were were forced forced to to spread spread out out around around the the city city as as police police arrested arrested over over three three hundred hundred here here for for an an assessment assessment of of the the tensions tensions in in Hong Hong Kong Kong is is M. M. Taylor Taylor Preval Preval he he is is director director of of the the MIT MIT security security studies studies program program so so welcome welcome it's it's great great to to have have you you with with us us give give us us your your sense sense did did basically basically China China win win this this one one today today I I don't don't think think I I don't don't want want this this one one today today I I mean mean the the protests protests have have been been going going on on for for a a very very long long period period of of time time and and this this is is just just one one one one battler battler but but it's it's a a much much longer longer our our war war in in Hong Hong Kong Kong for for for for greater greater independence independence from from China China what what was was the the response response from from the the police police from from the the authorities authorities much much more more forceful forceful than than we've we've seen seen in in the the past past because because they they they they were were trying trying to to get get to to let's let's go go as as a a threat threat finance finance religion religion council council and and anywhere anywhere near near it it right right no no but but but but but but there's there's been been I I mean mean do do these these protests protests have have literally literally been been going going on on for for almost almost a a year year right right and and and and so so today today yes yes perhaps perhaps the the protesters protesters didn't didn't get get to to where where they they wanted wanted to to go go but but in in some some ways ways because because you you are are talking talking about about her her I I think think the the protest protest on on back back right right I I mean mean it it is is very very clear clear that that the the people people of of Hong Hong Kong Kong are are upset upset with with the the new new legislation legislation proposed proposed in in Beijing Beijing and and they're they're taking taking to to the the streets streets again again even even though though the the virus virus situation situation Hong Hong Kong Kong perhaps perhaps without without fully fully eats eats them them and and that that to to me me I I think think is is almost almost more more important important than than sort sort of of what what happened happened in in in in in in in in in in for for today's today's round round right right and and insist insist it's it's round round after after round round after after his his vision vision care care about about with with the the people people of of Hong Hong Kong Kong upset upset me me what what real real effect effect does does it it have have on on the the vital vital interests interests of of China China itself itself well well I I mean mean for for for for Beijing Beijing right right Bayview Bayview Hong Hong Kong Kong and and and and the the protests protests over over the the last last year year to to the the land land of of opportunity opportunity right right and and then then when when when when Britain Britain I I reverted reverted to to Hong Hong Kong Kong in in in in Britain Britain and and a a training training issue issue in in Hong Hong Kong Kong diversion diversion which which took took place place in in nineteen nineteen ninety ninety seven seven but but it it was was under under this this rubric rubric of of one one country country two two systems systems in in the the one one country country was was tryna tryna therefore therefore Hong Hong Kong Kong was was a a part part of of I I tried tried it it but but there there be be two two systems systems of of governance governance and and within within that that Hong Hong Kong Kong would would enjoy enjoy a a substantial substantial amount amount of of talking talking and and the the protests protests that that have have been been happening happening it's it's in in the the last last year year for for responding responding to to efforts efforts by by I I bet bet you you can can basically basically took took a a certain certain greater greater control control over over a a dead dead inside inside Hong Hong Kong Kong kind kind of of squeezing squeezing that that economy economy so so from from Beijing's Beijing's perspective perspective there there were were writing writing in in my my furnace furnace and and in in my my system system they they over over exaggerate exaggerate the the fact fact that that sort sort of of any any kind kind of of true true independence independence movement movement Hong Hong Kong Kong or or the the fact fact that that might might succeed succeed in in the the main main event event at at the the symbology symbology here here is is important important and and clearly clearly the the people people of of Hong Hong Kong Kong are are kind kind of of standing standing up up to to China China and and and and that that of of course course kind kind of of adaptations adaptations for for other other US US sovereignty sovereignty disputes disputes involving involving China China including including Taiwan Taiwan also also has has implications implications for for domestic domestic politics politics what what is is left left at at this this point point in in your your assessment assessment of of the the two two systems systems as as part part of of the the one one country country two two systems systems some some of of the the United United States States a a look look at at it's it's basically basically gone gone but but is is that that an an exact exact I I think think that that overstates overstates the the situation situation but but clearly clearly I've I've China China has has on on one one level level right right the the national national security security level level are are much much more more forcefully forcefully asserted asserted itself itself it it hasn't hasn't moved moved out out to to sort sort of of take take down down everything everything else else that that makes makes the the Hong Hong Kong Kong what what it it is is today today and and what what makes makes the the system system also also different different from from that that in in the the mail mail about about it it certainly certainly if if adding adding an an extra extra layer layer of of screaming screaming in in actual actual air air pressure pressure also also it it sort sort of of has has been been backsliding backsliding on on on on efforts efforts to to serve serve allow allow other other people people of of Hong Hong Kong Kong greater greater autonomy autonomy and and how how did did she she shoot shoot their their chief chief executive executive so so I I think think some some thought thought that that over over the the course course of of time time through through Hong Hong Kong Kong economy economy I I was was going going to to wake wake our our hotline hotline didn't didn't get get it it in in the the agreement agreement that that led led to to Hong Hong Kong Kong reversion reversion to to the the mainland mainland and and and and as as basically basically have have stopped stopped at at the the I I try try to to sort sort of of saying saying look look how how how how you you can can pass pass through through a a town town in in the the but but you you can't can't have have maybe maybe what what you you thought thought you're you're going going to to have have the the and and we we Beijing Beijing and and I I have have the the final final say say on on how how the the territories territories governed governed so so that that it it does does not not impinge impinge upon upon how how the the departing departing Beijing Beijing views views are are kind kind of of sovereignty sovereignty it's it's not not just just the the people people of of Hong Hong Kong Kong were were upset upset about about the the developments developments with with a a fair fair number number of of people people in in Washington Washington both both Republicans Republicans and and Democrats Democrats I I should should say say who who were were also also in in sync sync some some genuine genuine concerns concerns including including today today with with sector sector prepares prepares saying saying he he will will not not certify certify that that Hong Hong Kong Kong is is autonomous autonomous which which as as I I understand understand it it puts puts a a question question it's it's trade trade treatment treatment by by the the United United States States does does that that put put pressure pressure on on Beijing Beijing it it feels feels like like it it hurts hurts Hong Hong Kong Kong more more than than it it does does Beijing Beijing I I think think ultimately ultimately it it will will hurt hurt Hong Hong Kong Kong more more than than hurt hurt gained gained attention attention because because Beijing Beijing views views this this through through the the land land sovereignty sovereignty much much more more than than through through the the lens lens of of finance finance and and economics economics think think back back twenty twenty or or thirty thirty years years ago ago Hong Hong Kong Kong was was greater greater China's China's financial financial sector sector right right it it was was it it was was sort sort of of the the engine engine of of of of a a kind kind of of coastal coastal economy economy would would be be under under close close he he played played an an enormous enormous role role in in China's China's opening opening reform reform but but now now try try as as much much wealthier wealthier too too much much stronger stronger and and then then many many people people try try to to talk talk about about how how they'd they'd like like to to see see John John hi hi I I play play the the role role that that Hong Hong Kong Kong once once before before and and so so it it just just pushes pushes out out more more companies companies into into trying trying to to intentionally intentionally high high I I don't don't think think Beijing Beijing will will necessarily necessarily be be that that it it is is active active if if of of course course some some businesses businesses may may choose choose to to go go alternate alternate and and and and and and and and I I think think you're you're asking asking the the board board to to the the greatest greatest beneficiary beneficiary that that regard regard it it was was this this in in some some sense sense is is inevitable inevitable that that would would happen happen or or his his timing timing something something important important here here well well the the word word is is world world is is consumed consumed of of attack attack Pendek Pendek does does that that give give president president G. G. and and division division and and opportunity opportunity I I don't don't think think it it does does my my view view is is that that the the situation situation Hong Hong Kong Kong has has been been deteriorating deteriorating for for the the last last six six years years or or so so the the last last twelve twelve months months right right with with the the practice practice that that we we talked talked about about at at the the start start of of the the segment segment it's it's it's it's been been quite quite intense intense and and from from Beijing's Beijing's perspective perspective the the government government Hong Hong Kong Kong is is unable unable right right basically basically I've I've I've I've bring bring those those protests protests to to land land and and return return stability stability to to the the territory territory and and so so many many of of us us who who who who watched watched the the situation situation how how come come thought thought that that China China would would do do something something and and they'll they'll probably probably do do something something this this spring spring especially especially after after one one third third of of the the coronavirus coronavirus situation situation began began to to ease ease I'm I'm not not sure sure hi hi everyone everyone myself myself included included necessarily necessarily predicted predicted the the National National Security Security wallaby wallaby the the format format the the actual actual tape tape but but but but that that China China is is taking taking action action to to defend defend what what I I believe believe that that if if interested interested call call call call I I don't don't think think I I should should be be surprising surprising and and I I I I don't don't think think it's it's an an effort effort to to take take advantage advantage of of the the server server the the world's world's distraction distraction moreover moreover if if you you look look at at U. U. S. S. China China relations relations and and they they had had never never before before has has the the recommend recommend more more focused focused on on China China than than in in the the last last four four months months right right the the checkout checkout is is being being opportunistic opportunistic and and thinks thinks the the U. U. S. S. is is distracted distracted I I don't don't know know how how they they can can come come to to that that conclusion conclusion we're we're talking talking about about yeah yeah he he I I will will talk talk about about it it I I tried tried all all day day all all the the time time or or what what it it means means but but United United States States cell cell I I I I I I do do think think that that that that that that that that product product products products which which I I think think it's it's fair fair to to say say I I don't don't think think we're we're to to stop stop talking talking about about China China for for example example long long time time to to come come we're we're still still not not done done with with the the national national people's people's Congress Congress right right thank thank you you so so very very much much is is really really great great to to have have you you with with us us today today that that is is MIT's MIT's M. M. Taylor Taylor
Michigan man stuck at sea on cruise ship due to coronavirus concerns
"The corona virus as a letter we county man and his family now stuck in a cruise ship in the Pacific reached by phone near Vietnam Steve moose says they've been stuck on Holland America's western dam since February first when they they left left Hong Hong Kong Kong you you talk talk with with double double double double Jay's Jay's rob rob say say Mary Mary so so what's what's happened happened essentially essentially from from the the beginning beginning of of the the cruises cruises a a report report is is rejected rejected us us we we did did get get one one day day and and Kowloon Kowloon and Taiwan unfortunately they asked us to leave a day early that report after that does not allow this to dock putting one arm which you may notice American protector territory they will let us come in either that was disappointing we have almost seven hundred Americans on the ship in terms of this they have they found any cases on the ship or they just like overly cautious no none whatsoever basically what they've done when we started the trip they did a fairly good vetting process questioner detail they didn't allow anybody on the ship that was from mainland China they ask questions what women are people were ill etcetera there are no known cases of the virus you're on the ship as far as anybody knows at this point as for the trip to my understanding this was supposed to be an enjoyable celebratory vacation has it been even though you have been able to go to the sports no not really I mean I've got a lot of history cruising you know ideally the did your years going to the porch right going to places like Japan and Korea it cetera so it's not been miserable look at me wrong this is a very nice cruise ship in the the crew and staff intends to nominal they've done a really good job the company's done very good as well so but it's not quite is what we were looking for right we're hoping gets to supports many discussion from the company that maybe they might be able to help you out in the future with that give you guys another run at this yeah no actually a full refund what I understand full refund on current cruise plus an equitable cruise for free in the future so and possible help with flights back home they're being very generous that's my take as for this do you know where you're going to end up in how it's going to wrap up well my hope as well right now it looks like Thailand on Thursday if things go well if they don't go well then you'll be hearing from me off the ocean somewhere else maybe heading towards Europe India who knows it's hard to say give him the day I will be back and arms that within a week and said Michigan of course yeah is there anything you want to add that maybe I've got to ask you about so when it comes to this and I guess exercise into the plant they cation or I'm sorry laugh eight now what eight you know what I I grew up in the state of Michigan I grew up in Oakland county I don't know if you're familiar with it Bloomfield township and I came back for a reason and so you know for me coming back to the state of Michigan is coming home and my family knows that none of course having been born a race like I wish your anyway yeah I'd I'd rather be back you're doing snow in winter rob frankly then sitting in a cabin right now so I'm looking forward to getting on to that's vacationer Steve moves stuck on board the cruise ship near Vietnam talking with newsradio nine fifties rob say merry
"hong hong kong" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Of impeachment trump these two articles of impeachment impeachment abuse of power and obstruction of Congress for his handling of affairs with Ukraine is expected to be acquitted on both charges Braxton booker her NPR news. The Capitol Senate adjourned for the weekend last night after rejecting calls from Democrats for new witnesses documents amid concerns over the krona virus outbreak can China Hong Kong looking at using electronic monitoring devices to make sure people exposed to the virus. Don't leave their homes or isolation facilities. NPR's Jason Jason Bolivian says. The city is ordering residents from China's who bay province to leave and placing anyone. WHO's visited who bay in quarantine for two weeks? Hong Kong is currently quarantining people. Well at a holiday camp. The city tried to set up another quarantine site in an empty public housing tower but neighbors burned the building Hongkong Health Secretary Sophia Chances. They need more ways to isolate high risk individuals and that could include home confinement. She says during the SARS outbreak in two thousand and three guards were posted outside buildings where people were under a home quarantine. Now I think after so many years there are not so technology that can help to do this. People could be required to wear wrist or ankle monitors auditors for up to two weeks city officials have also announced that all schools will remain closed until at least March second Jason Bobbie-ann. NPR News Hong Hong Kong in the US. The trump administration has declared a public health emergency in his side to put new entry restrictions into place late tomorrow. There are now seven confirmed cases cases in the United States president trump has lifted restrictions on the US military's ability to use landmines. White House argues the Obama Administration Ban put. US troops at a severe disadvantage but NPR's Jen Newman reports move is meeting with opposition opponents. Say Lands put civilians at risk long after a conflict flicked over so the Department of Defense will soon issue a new policy which allows commanders to deploy landmines equipped with self destruct mechanisms in quote quote exceptional circumstances. More than one hundred sixty countries have banned. Landmine Use Promo Washington is. NPR news the Democrats running for President or looking ahead to the Iowa caucuses there now on the final weekend of campaigning before Monday's first in the nation contest senators who've been required to remain in Washington for president. Trump's impeachment trial back on the campaign trail at least for now they've got to be back in the Senate Chamber for closing arguments. It's on Monday. Polls show a crowded race with leading candidates bunched at the top. Meanwhile a new survey suggests that Democratic voters may be guided in part by their religious. I hi did choosing their favored presidential candidates. NPR's Tom Gjelten says. Democrats who identify as Christian are likely to favor former vice president. Joe Biden the January survey by the Pew. Research Center was conducted as the Iowa and New Hampshire. Primary races heated up the headline among voters who lean toward the Democratic Party. Protestants and Catholics are likely to favor. Joe Biden Religiously unaffiliated Democrats lean toward Bernie Sanders atheists agnostics tend to like either sanders or Elizabeth Horne among black. Protestants Biden has a wide lead. Jewish Democrats also favored Biden even over Sanders and Mike Bloomberg the two Jewish candidates. The survey also looked toward the general election. Once again it seems white. Evangelical are lining up behind President trump as our white Catholics. Tom GJELTEN NPR news Washington. Antennas American Sophia Ken and has won the women's title at the Australian Open. She Gar Muga Ruthless Ruth A- of Spain in today's final the men's championship is tomorrow. I'm trial Snyder N._p._R.. News from Washington..
"hong hong kong" Discussed on Photography Radio
"Vice president of the company Changchang who recently left Lenovo to work with this smartphone Juggernaut. In the survey survey Chang asked which manufacturers should they collaborate with Nico Canon or Hasselblad. Guess who won. It was Hasselblad by via landslide whose current owner just happens to be China's own. Dji those that make the The drones because this was a Chinese survey makes sense that that most voted for a Chinese owned company. And I guess the Hasselblad still has a premium brand appeal in Asia. But those of us who understand camera design and manufacturing all all that has a blood doesn't really make entire camera systems Like companies like Sony or Canon or even to a certain degree Nikon as these manufacturers. I do actually make lenses. Either way you'll be interesting to see if Zalmi can pull off what did with Leica and Co Brownies smartphone that will appeal to both consumer consumer electronic fans as well as photographers for photographer. The week again. I wanted to pick a Hong Kong. Visual artists. Still here in Hong Kong and recording live inside camera film photo decided to go with a movie director and writer Wong Kar Wai even though he isn't technically a photographer. Whoever like Wes Anderson and Sofia Coppola? If you look at one car wise movie stills they look like like photographs Walker. Wise movies are often considered art films with mood just using off the screen his best work is filmed in his own city of Hong Hong Kong. But he tends to portray with the eyes of an outsider to my favorite films that he has made are in the mood for love and Chongqing Express both critically acclaimed and part of the criterion collection. which is a selection of the most important movies of all time in fact in a BBC Culture Survey Survey of one hundred greatest foreign language films of all time? Three them are from one car. Y to of already mentioned and the other is nineteen ninety. Seven's happy together together like the other previous movie. Directors mentioned Wong works with celluloid and his best work is shot at night with all the colliding and merging lights of Hong Kong's nightlife in fact. It was his movie chungking express that had inspired me to shoot my first photographic series Hong Kong neon using the same film. He we used to shoot the movie. which is Kodak's vision? Five hundred t film and interview Wonka mentioned that when he first moved to Hong Kong from China he struggled struggled to speak Cantonese versus his native Mandarin and so he would often go to the movies. As a refuge. Wong said that at quote it was something that could be understood beyond words. It was a universal language based on images very nice quote as a director. He's more of a street. Greet than a studio style cinematographer. He says he hates working off the scripts often giving his actress rough outlines and improvises ask them to improvise as the movie progresses. He doesn't allow rehearsals and allows the characters to develop while filming. And you can definitely see this in a movie. Movie like Chongqing Express so enjoys films to truly understand his visual work. So there's no need for links to any kind of a show notes. His movie speaks volumes about his ability to see here and tell beautiful stories and thanks for listening to this episode of target steak. Which is my take on photo news this week week next week? I'll be back in Vancouver so I say goodbye from Hong Kong and until then don't forget to subscribe and tell your friends happy shooting. Thank you so much for tuning in today heats up stripe on your podcast APP. It would mean a lot for us to have you as our regular listener head over to photography GRAPHING RADIO DOT COM to drop your suggestion for future editions of Photography Radio or simply to say hello. We would absolutely love to hear from you. In the meantime have a wonderful light and we will be back with more photography in your ears Ferris Oh..
"hong hong kong" Discussed on Here & Now
"From NPR and WBZ. Im Tanya Moseley. I'm Peter Oh down. This is here now and this afternoon. On Capitol Hill. Lawmakers will begin questioning Democratic house managers and the President's lawyers in the Senate impeachment trial and the question of whether witnesses will testify still very much up in the air joining us. Now is senator senator. Dick Durbin a Democrat from Illinois. He's also the Senate minority whip Senator Durbin. Welcome to hear now good to be with you and this trial moving into an important new stage today. What questions will you be asking? Well I have a question prepared. That's based on my work on the defense subcommittee of Appropriations and the fact fact that the administration was notified by the Department of Defense in August if they did not release the funds for Ukraine's defense. That there there was possible violation of law and secondly it may not be wouldn't have been possible to release all the funds within the fiscal year. My question obviously to the the president's team is once the president was notified that the money was going to be diminished and may be a violation of law. Why didn't you release it? Then what kind of answer do you expect to hear from the the president's team. I'm not sure because they've suggested that the president just spontaneously decided to release the funds that had nothing to do with the phone call with the president's Alinsky and that he was determined to help Ukraine. My question raises the point within zone administration. Where they warn that further delay in releasing them would diminish the refunds center Ukraine there was another development yesterday? Senate Majority Leader Mitch. McConnell said that he does not yet have the votes to block witnesses from testifying there are some Republicans who want to hear from former national security adviser John Bolton who says in a book manuscript that the president and it told him that he held up Ukraine's military aid to try to get that investigation into Joe Biden. Do you believe that by the time the witness vote comes around on Friday that you you will have convinced enough. Republicans to come along with you on this issue. There is a glimmer of hope. This just might turn out to be a trial so far. It's not even close. I I used to try cases before I was elected to Congress what we've seen so far of four or five days presentation actually would be an opening statement agent at a trial. No evidence has been presented. It's been presumed and people on both sides talked about what the record shows in a regular trial that record would have have to be presented to a judge or jury decide whether or not it's admitted into evidence so this is not. This is not a typical trial. This is a political action more than anything really. So what are the same rules apply. Well the same rules don't apply but you expect in a trial in. That's what the constitution calls for that. There will be evidence. Evidence would clearly be documents and witnesses and I think that started away heavily on the minds of some Republican senators. How will they explain that for the first time in the history of the use of the impeachment clause in the constitution? There was a so-called trial but no witnesses showed up. Now you have said that you are against a witness swap in other words. It's to have John Bolton testify in exchange for Joe Biden. And why is that. Why not well? Because this isn't a trading a paternity for members of the Senate House. As far as I'm concerned it's a serious matter. The most serious matter under our constitution. This idea. Well let's bring in hundred Biden. See if we can spice a politically I get down to reality here. The reality is did that. Conversation with the president breach his authority in office and should it result in impeachment. I understand you may not like the idea of that swamp but if it means the difference between the American people hearing from John Bolton under oath or not hearing from him I I mean why not take that risk. I don't think it's reached that point. It's been suggested by one senator. Let me add their fifty. Three Republican senators so if it's the intent the Republicans to bring any member Biden family before this Senate they have the votes to do it. We will find out soon whether or not you have the votes to get. Those was witnesses but there are in your party. A senator at least three moderate Democrats who might vote eventually to acquit president trump. You've got Joe Manchin of West Virginia Kenya Doug Jones of Alabama cinema in Arizona. You are the whip. It is your job to get those votes together Are you confident right now that they will vote with Democrats Roy. Well I think many of your listeners may be surprised to learn that I I have a job with title that suggest I do a lot of arm twisting. That's the last thing in the world a with we'll do in the Senate really be successful. It just doesn't work and particularly when it comes to issues of conscience in issues of this magnitude these individual senators every individual democratic critic senators on their own. It's a matter of deciding what is best for this country. I hope that we stand together as a caucus but I respect each and every one of them whatever their decision maybe and what would it mean if if they vote to acquit. What a damage? The Democrats message on impeachment. Well I think the message is pretty clear as to what the president did and said in that conversation and whether it's stepped left over some line that most people would agree is inappropriate whether it is sufficient to reach the level of impeachment. Each center has to decide quickly. Senator you know the Iowa. The caucuses are just less than a week away. Now on Monday You have not endorsed yet. Are you willing to do so. No I have so many of my colleagues in the Senate running at this point For the presidency and many other qualified people as well and I'll just tell you that Having worked the Iowa Caucus for both with Paul Simon and Barack Obama I know it's quite a chore and quite an event I wish them all well. I hope we come up. With the strongest possible nominee Senator Dick Durbin Democrat from Illinois in the Senate Democratic Whip. Thanks for your time on this very busy day to Hong Kong now where the government is taking measures to stop the spread of Corona Corona virus on mainland China. More than six thousand people have been diagnosed and the death toll has risen to more than one hundred thirty. The government in Hong Kong has now reduced is to travel to the mainland and urged people to work from home. NPR Global Health and development reporter. Jason Bobi in there now. Hi Jason. Hello so we spoke to you on Monday. How is the level of response to the Corona virus change in Hong Kong and the past couple of days? It's definitely ramped up the city. The is taking very aggressive measures both to prepare for the potential rising number of cases to deal with suspected cases and to try to keep the virus out of Hong Hong Kong. They've shut down the high speed rail link to China if cancel all the ferry service that goes to the mainland. They've slashed the buses and planes scenes service bite about half and even close down six of the twelve border-crossing points go in between Hong Kong and mainland China. But not all of the ways to get in and out and why is that well because Hong Kong is very dependent on mainland China. We actually had his one top health official official yesterday. He was talking about how Hong Kong has to make sure that it still has a food. Supply the links between Hong Kong and China are immense and shutting down that border would be incredibly disruptive to life here and so they're not going to do it lightly. We're seeing scenes of crowded emergency rooms and frantic medical personnel from mainland China. What's the situation at hospitals there in Hong Kong yet so Hong Kong is only actually dealing with a handful of actual confirmed cases yet? The hospitals are already overwhelmed and stressed and they're setting up new isolation wards. They've got dozens and dozens of suspected cases that show up every day. These people need to be isolated. They need to be tested for the virus. Those tests need to get sent to the lab. Somebody he has to analyze them staff have to wear these special protective suits just to deal with the waiting room with the triage people were trying to To screen people because the problem is some people just have the common cold but they can't rule out that they may have this new corona virus of the hospitals even set up lottery system for the nurses to determine who has to work on these isolation wards. And they've put staff on these schedules where the working fourteen days on and then they're gonNA. It gets single day off so things are really quite tense in the hospitals here even though we're still dealing with a fairly small number of actual confirmed armed cases. Do you know of Hong Kong is considering setting up a site for quarantining sick people. They actually have some campsites that they're going to be trying to uses as quarantine zones one other option that they had was a public. Housing Tower was a high-rise building and it had nine hundred apartments in it yet. The neighbors were so upset about this that they actually torched the building owner Carrie. Lam the executive Here in charge of Hong Kong. She was just just criticizing these these people for doing that yesterday and they have banned people from WHO Bay province from coming in and yet there are people here who say it's not enough so it's a fairly contentious situation between Carrie Lam and the people who are saying that she should be doing more. I WanNa ask you about something else. You went it to a seafood market in Hong Kong. It's called a wet market because of the fish and other animals They're alive when they're sold. Researchers think that this virus might might have crossed from animals to humans and a wet market and Wuhan for those who don't know what this wet market is. Can you describe it for us. Yeah it seems seems like this might have been the place that this corona virus appeared from in China so wanted to get a sense of. What are these places? Look like and it's just a very big chaotic market. You know it looks like a a large industrial building. It's got tubs of live fish rush. There's people that are filleting. The fish right there the Fisher flopping on the actual counters and there's chickens in this one. They've got turtles models and these animals are also being slaughtered there and so they preferred who is a wet market because there's water and there's blood and there's other do things on the floor and they're cleaning it up as it goes but researchers say you could get an animal virus in a situation where it moves from animals into humans and becomes a new disease and that's what they believe happened with this corona virus. That's NPR's Jason Bobi and Hong Kong. Jason Thank you so much. You're welcome..
Amid coronavirus news, LAX passenger taken to hospital for screening
"The health warning from the CDC in connection with the deadly coronavirus has now been raised to level three all that means passengers are warned to stay clear of travel to Wuhan China a passenger who letter did LA X. last night has been hospitalized for precautionary medical evaluation amid increased concerns over the deadly coronavirus that passenger flew in at six forty five on American Airlines flight this one from Mexico City officials say the passenger had flu like symptoms and may have contracted the virus but they could not confirm that it was corona virus the corona viruses killed at least eighteen people in China this passenger at LAX this morning tells KNX the alert over the virus did get her attention I'm concerned that I'm I'm scared scared I I think think I'll I'll be be OK OK another another pastor pastor tells tells us us he he has has a a twelve twelve hour hour layover layover in in Hong Hong Kong Kong on on his his way way to to the the Philippines Philippines my my my my wife wife I was telling me a but to get the by a masked guy would you get a whole lot more would leave LA and a number of travelers of the airport all are wearing masks
Matthew Polly on 'Bruce Lee: A Life'
"Talk Bruce Lee with Matthew polly. The book is Bruce Lee. We live by Matthew polymath. UGALI joins US now. I love this book I knew I was GONNA love it. I love your story which I wanNA share with our listeners. At the end of this. Because you're about is unique it guys. It gets But Bruce was somebody is I've seen in in some of your lectures who became more famous. This guy's pursuit of fame and fortune. which was clearly a driving driving factor in his success unfortunately he died before he understood the iconic status that he would reach Although that was starting to happen certainly back home and then and carried over over here so just to set it up for the listeners. Bruce Lee born November twenty seventh nineteen forty in San Francisco which I know will surprise. People his father was a theater performer. A comedic actor with his own amazing story where he was singing outside of a restaurant and some travelling theatre groups saw him and then took him in and he traveled with them His background ground isn't the one hundred percent Chinese. As you mentioned you had a Dutch Jewish grandfather which chain who changed his name so that was kind of hard to figure out. I know for years. There's people thought he was a German descent as well. That was not the case. It's actually English in that led to a bunch of problems that he was not a hundred percent Chinese but he was a child star. Matthew and I think that's kind of the foundation of for those of us that didn't understand it. His father was a performer and Bruce's a performer. For a very long time at a very young age twenty films by the age eighteen eighteen. How much do you think that kind of set up his own aspirations for himself once he started travelling going back to the United States? I think that's the key I found in researching the book because the image of Bruce's this martial arts master who kind of accidentally gets into movies. It's almost as if he's the real person onscreen as opposed to an actor playing characters and when you realize that. His first appearance was when he was three months old and his career starts in earnest at six. And you see him play all sorts of roles that have nothing to do with Kung Fu movies. You realize that. He was an actor following in his father's footsteps and in many ways I think he was driven by that kind of Eto Eto conflict to outdo his father who was quite famous in Hong Kong when he was growing up it. was you know anyone that's trying to do this. This kind of stuff to become famous right. Hey I wanna be a big movie star. You have to be wired a certain way and him having that kind of success early on and he was actually like would incorrect me at any point throughout this offer anything but he was he was starting to have some major roles there where he was he was a star so I think he wants. He goes to the United States. We're going to into here. It's almost like look. I expect to have the same level of success as observed may have sounded at that time. That's right I think it gave him a real confidence confidence and some would say arrogance that he was somebody who was sort of fawned over from a very young age he was on said everyone. Buddy was cute. You know by the time. When he was ten he was he started in a very successful movie then? His career took a little bit of a dip but the last film Within the orphan was a huge huge hidden was the first film that ever played in an international film festival. So Bruce Lee thought of himself is an important person. He was a celebrity in Hong Hong Kong and so when he came to America he didn't feel like somebody. Just knock off. The boat was desperate to like just survive. He thought he should be a big deal here. Too Who and I think he needed that because the kind of racial barriers face were so high and it'd be hadn't had that kind of fundamental competence. He never would have achieved what he did so before he leaves for the State's he's in school. He's a terrible student. But and I cannot express this enough in you. Hammer it in the book and this is something that I kinda like. This was not some fake martial arts guy that maybe we grew up with in the eighties. Nineties that Bruce Lee was legitimate streetfighting. Getting bad ass. That would fight anybody. And he was training Would would not necessarily different styles. It was more traditional styles in it mon who was somebody who would become famous himself or was famous at the time. I people didn't want to train. When can you share with us? Just how real of a Guy Bruce was and that when he was much more concerned with fighting almost anyone who wanted to fight him even if he wasn't winning more than he was trying to be a student some pretty boy on on film. That's right. Hey what's interesting is from a very young age. He seemed to have a chip on his shoulder and he was the kid who was always going around saying you you got you got trouble with me like he was starting fights he wasn't this wasn't self defense. This was self offense and the only reason he took up martial arts is because he got into so many street fights he finally found the guy who was better than on him and this guy studied under if mon the style of Wing Tongue and Bruce Lee only took it up because he wanted to be better than the guy who had beaten him and a fight because he couldn't couldn't stand the idea that he wasn't the Best Street fighter in the neighborhood and so- martial arts him with simply an extension of streetfighting. It wasn't the other way around. He wasn't bullied kid got picked on and started studying martial arts the kind of classic tale that we're all sympathetic to. He was a genuine sort of rough around the edges. Tough Guy who'd like to start things off and martial arts. was an extension of his sort of aggression And in fact he was so aggressive that the only reason he ended up going to the states wants because the police were going to arrest him. If his parents didn't do something about his constant streetfighting yet did he. Did you know that there's different pieces of great going through stuff and then reading the book and like man. Bali really cleans it up as much as you possibly could. But did he was he actually was was there a hit on him from the triads for beating up like the son of a gang member. That's yes I think that the story that One of his friends from a high school tells Unfortunately that friend tends to tell tall tales And he's the only one who says it so I think what happened was that he he beat up somebody who was important but not a try at number because in general tried members settle things themselves. They don't go to the police for so Basically a he beat up the kid of a well to do family who didn't have access to thugs to sell it themselves and so they went to the police. Did he pull a knife on teacher he did. He had a teacher the PE teacher used to when they were running around the track would take a along we'd essentially long switch grass and switch the kids on the back of the legs if they were going to slowly And it hurt. And and they didn't like it but Bruce Lee brought a switchblade in his pocket his shorts and one day when the teacher whipped him he turned around. Flip the blade open and charge the P.. Teacher who immediately ran away and Bruce Lee was chasing across the field the PE teacher with a knife in his hand so this isn't like like he was kind of a bad boy. This is the genuine article. Yeah absolutely so nineteen fifty-nine he goes to the states he graduates I believe a technical high school. He enrolls in Washington Drops out not immediately from from time. Line that I have. But but what was going on with him kind of his his moved to the United States his thoughts. I know he's working in a restaurant but now he's practicing martial arts arts and he's kind of entering that first whether or not people thought it was bullshit not because I think there's some real truth in the book where it's like. At times he could have been a little annoying with his philosophical Stuff but he's clearly figuring himself out to these transitional years before we get to kind of the Hollywood chapter and understanding how important he is a martial arts. Yes so what's fascinating about. His story is when he got to America he he he had that kind of instant. Almost instant immigrant turnaround story. Where he he decides? I want to be a success here. The way my life was going in Hong Kong was bad Leading towards the dark place. How can I change this so so? He didn't become a student but he came a much more dedicated student. He got into the University of Washington. He Fell in love with philosophy And took that up as one of his main interests But I think the more important thing was he because he came from Hong Kong. which at that time? It's not a major film industry with basically like the Nigerian film industry like it was popular in the region but no one else watched their films. He never thought thought it was possible to be an actor in the states and so he decided that the way he was gonna make a living in America wants to teach Kung Fu to everyone in opening sort of chain of Kung Fu Kinda CTO JOE's across the country to be the Ray Crock of Kung Fu and so it was at the University of Washington where he realized he could get Caucasian students interested in signing up for his classes and that made him sort of the first. I come through instructor to teach a kind of non Chinese audience. And that's what's interesting is that he mentally gave up the idea of being an actor for about four or five years but it ended up catching up with him anyway so for awhile. All he thought about was martial arts and martial arts instruction and man that led him to rejoin his acting career. There's some really revealing stuff about how ahead of his time. He was when you think about nutrition. The exercises working with weights. I mean this is somebody who was was as wiry sinewy as as you I can imagine is as far as his physique but it wasn't all genetics like he was eating these basically smoothies before they were called smoothies. Right like peanut butter bananas eggs even raw hamburger meat and he would just drink these things and he was doing all sorts of exercises working with dumbbells. Concentrate like at this point. It feels like this is when he's deciding that whatever I'm going to be. I'm going to be physically tuned as perfectly like he feels like the first of the closest thing we have to an actual superhero as he's learning his craft in obviously supplementing with everything that he can get his hands on that he thinks is healthy for him. which again felt like very? Maybe you could say it's the sixties a lot of people doing that kind of stuff but at least reading this stuff. I'm like I feel like I see these posts from girls doing dead lifts on Instagram all the time and he was doing and sixty. That's right well what what's interesting is. It was such a niche thing in America the sort of weightlifting craze and some of the magazines that were the equivalent of say muscle and fitness at that time. But Bruce who's instantly gravitated towards those and it would have been easy. You know took thirty or forty years before that overtook American culture in general But at that time time for such a small group of people who are into protein shakes vitamins but bruce immediately gravitated towards I think partly because he grew up. He almost died as a a a baby During the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong and so he grew up physically more frail than the other boys and this it's always bothered him and I think he saw this as a way to make for a childhood deficit but then clearly he realized something that no other martial arts at at the time realized. which is this kind of weightlifting? Regimen could really enhance your skill level. in the same way that athletes of that era didn't lift weights alert. Do any of the things that they do now and so he was really kind of on the cutting edge of the modern
"hong hong kong" Discussed on WJR 760
"Investigation is continuing shouting wearing masks is not a crime thousands of protesters are braving the rain to March in central Hong Kong as a court rejected a second legal attempt to block a mask band at pro democracy rallies Annika ran in Hong Hong Kong reports that demonstrators said despite the law people are in the streets defying police and wearing masks we are why you why you wearing a facemask when this is bad you could be fine you can go to jail for you they said this is our lives out human rights civil liberties we are fighting for them we basically did the police to come and arrest us Sunday services are going on as planned after nine houses of worship were threatened by email one man has been arrested because of those threats some of those churches held services on Saturday with no issues one of the churches threaten was first United Methodist math this church in well okay church officials say they're not changing security protocol in wake of the threat they're confident the matter is being investigated thoroughly minister Caleb Williams spoke with channel seven news I know that we have folks to take our our security seriously here and we've done training for all kinds of situations a thirty three year old a royal command was arrested an investigation is ongoing and in sports college football the Buckeyes beat the Spartans that final score thirty four to ten Michigan defeated Iowa yesterday ten to three on a homecoming afternoon in Ann Arbor and the red wings dominated in a five to three victory over Nashville this is a bye week for the Detroit Lions checking traffic.
Unions target Cathay Pacific airline in Hong Kong protest
"Trade trade union union members members in in Hong Hong Kong Kong rallying rallying against against the the city's city's flagship flagship Cathay Cathay Pacific Pacific airline airline or or firing firing employees employees apparently apparently because because of of links links to to the the summers summers on on going going pro pro democracy protests
"hong hong kong" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Bridge is not something that they particularly want to have broadcast tossed around the world so there is a reason for them to exercise restraint as much as they feel they can isn't the absolutely and let me just just add to your argument which is a very good one. You're sort of viewing this through the prism of kinmen square which we should but it's also taiwan hi juan the taiwanese twenty five million people a top thirty economy in the world taiwan. If if scans by itself is the big prize here. They're watching very closely. What's happening in hong kong so the chinese want to maintain order. They have do there in authoritarian state on the other hand over the long term caddy they wanna be able to gradually assimilate taiwan scenes of tanks rolling into hong hong kong is not going to help that argument so china's got some pretty difficult guard rails. They've gotta stay between here. Let's hope that prevents real violence from breaking <music> out rick tyler hong kong government of <hes> re run by china condemned. The protesters tactics yesterday saying they're violent acts or outrageous overstepped the the bottom line of a civilized society. We heard from the chinese government. Even the framing of terrorism as it discusses these protesters perhaps setting up the kind of response it may need read well and this is what i wanted to ask admiral schuster vitas how much the chinese committed to this one china two. Oh system policy if you look at it through <hes> as we were discussing tenement square. It seems to me that people in hong kong would have a real real fear that the chinese can't afford or feel like they can't afford to allow this to go in and is this all about the extradition law and what can the united states be doing to come situation. Is there something the united states should be doing. It begins with the extradition law but my view it's move move beyond that and that's why the chinese are in fact massing these forces. I think it is entirely possible that at the end of the day a china will say we have to maintain our authority because what they really fear is a contagion an infection if you will that changes from the city of seven million which in the big scheme of things and china's not an overwhelming population if it infects beijing if it creates a color revolution lucien. That's what they really fear. I don't think that's realistic but it's a great concern for them and to close. What should we be doing. We got to internationalize this. Yes we ought to be sending signals to the chinese that there will be consequences if this turns into a massive tiananmen square and that doesn't square with the president's narrative narrative. He's trying desperately to get trade deal done for twenty twenty so it's gonna be a tough passage as this thing goes through again. Let's hope cooler heads prevail prevail okay admiral so the pacific theater. This is your old neighborhood. I mean you've hung around there a lot so it's more than what the president refers to as this hong cong thing. We just heard him say that the hong kong thing but it is taiwan. It is the lack of participation by the united station the trans-pacific partnership t._p._p. It's it's swing south to eventually get to india and kashmir swings north you get south korea and japan having going at odds on trade trade but we don't have and what we formerly had is the voice in the role of the united states diplomatic corps in all of these difficult difficult problems. You're exactly right. Mike and let's face it. The essence of this is china's one belt one road strategy to create create that swath of commerce that will run from china through the indian ocean to africa to central asia europe. That's their mercantile empire. They're they're trying to create a hong kong. This difficult little pill that they're gonna have to swallow. If that's going to work and again we've got your point and the one i made earlier. We've got to internationalize this and think of it very holistically. Bring all our allies not just in south east asia but really globally relate to bear on this.
"hong hong kong" Discussed on World News Analysis
"Today. I'm joing the hong kong special administrative rich and government delivered strong condemnation regarding sunday's illegal protests a city which saw rioters attacking police the government spokesperson said they will bring those illegal protesters to justice the increasingly violent demonstrations of pushed the city to what what the government calls an extremely dangerous edge and government officials are outraged by such behaviour for more earlier had a talk with the turbo our current affairs commentator so victoria first of all. Could you tell us more about what exactly happened on sunday well four for sunday. It is very unfortunate that chaos and rioting and disturbances continued in hong kong and a ah there have been many cases of south house and also more alarmingly have being <hes> attacks on the police as well as throwing rolling of <hes> kotov fi at the police officers <hes> resulting in injury of police officers and this is really <hes> very serious and a major change in the nature of some of these riotings on the other hand. I think the hong on complement do the right thing. <hes> the <hes> condemned such violence and <hes> the spokesperson of the hong kong police force. It's also said that anyone attending such illegal gathering is actually guilty of hong kong crime and need to be dealt with as such a from the rest of china from mainland perspective. I think we forty could such continuation of violence lynne's than chaos and disturbance in hong kong and we want to urge the hong kong government and the hong kong police supposed to do whatever they can to bring the situation. She'll paxton normalcy to restore order and to restore rule of law and to bring those <hes> guti off <hes> attacking police and creating such social all the to justice. Why did the protesters keep targeting. You're getting the police which is not commonly seen in demonstrations or protests elsewhere. This is indeed very alarming. <hes> police force in hong hong kong is the very important line of defense or walk law traditionally people in hong kong..
"hong hong kong" Discussed on World News Analysis
"And the central government will be able to give the full weight fleet of the Central Government in China the one point four billion people in mainland China to the justify the causes of the people in Hong Hong Kong in terms of protection of the rule of law and the protection of the One Country Two system as well as all the relevant provisions of the Basic Law so I would say the central government didn't speak lightly but whenever these speak they speak with the full weight of the Basic Law at the full weight of the Chinese people and the full weight of the Chinese government will indeed this is a very a complicated issue <hes> well. We know this all started from the extradition bell which has already been announced debt by the Hong Kong <hes> S._e.. Our government will why I have the protests further escalated and becomes more and more violent and why are they targeting the police. Though first of all I think as a democracy the Hong Kong the government has full rights authority to introduce bills for example in Mexico for the members of electrical review and eventually decide hi to adopt or not adopt therefore I think the whole uproar about the XTRA vision bill extradition bill itself is really balking balking at the wrong tree to stopped with Holcombe has similar extradition arrangements with about twenty countries in the world mainland China. The People's Republic of China China has similar arrangements with about forty countries in the world and if you look at the practice of many many countries or regions in the world to have an extradition addition is actually the rule rather than an exception therefore my belief is that sooner or later Hong Kong will have an extradition arrangement involving L._V. Hong Kong Macau mainland China and Taiwan for example because we do not want you end up with a situation where a person will maybe guilty not of a criminal offence for example can seek haven or hide in one jurisdiction <hes> beyond the reach of the law enforcement authority ordeal of the Judiciary Authority not the <hes> jurisdiction so sooner or later it will be written into the law of Hong Kong so this is one thing right now. There are people in Hong Kong while now pushing for all the other agendas for example Hong Kong autonomy on independence bring by the British for example they actually carry you as a flak for example the Union Jack Flack and <hes> they hurl role in salvation insult for example at mainland China of Chinese people obliged Cetera now allow me to say purely from the mainland Chinese these people's perspective all these complete insults to the Chinese nation and to the Chinese people and we cannot tolerate <hes> all such <hes> extremism among certain elements of Hong Kong and according to widespread information many of these so-called extreme elements in the illegal gatherings or demonstrations are taxed to the attacks of the police officers for example and <hes> <hes> injury the innocent <hes> civilians for example..
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"They've the government is pad back there celebrations, it's going to be a much smaller of fat in previous years. They send out invites to, to a lot of people, a lot of lot of journalists, a lot of student groups a lot of these kind of uniform uniform groups like the, you know, the cub scouts and scouts and stuff, but this year they've they. They're not inviting a lot of students in not inviting these kind of uniform groups, because they want to, to limit the, the capacity for for students to disrupt these events. They've already students plan starting to plan how they going to protest. They'll certainly be protests in and around the area. It's just a case of how I mean how visible they are and how they if they're able to get inside and actually disrupt the proceedings. Funny is tiny gets more digitally, authoritarian all protest, making any attempt to go analog to avoid trucking. And there are reports of organizers using paper notes instead of any kind of tech. Well, the big thing during the recent protests, as you saw just a whole wave of Hong Kong, sign up to two telegram. And I mean it shows it shows how sophisticated these things are getting that on the day of the very violent protests on on on Wednesday night. That's when telegram received denial, sieves attack which originates in China, so not only did the Hong Kong sign up to use it. But the Chinese realized this and tried to shut it down Hong Hong Kong kind of operates in both worlds. I it is it is kind of very digital, but it's also very, very analog, one of the most interesting things about the protests in two thousand and fourteen was, how creative Hong Kong are when it comes to sign age and would play and some, you know, some of the funny protests posters that they create the, you know, the Cantonese of a very good at that when it comes.
"hong hong kong" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Now for a look at the markets gills. Debra not a great day for Asian investors. We are saying the Asia Pacific index down by about six tenths of one percent. So it's actually on track for its biggest daily loss this week. You can say China's markets coming off its recent highs, the CSI three hundred extending losses in the afternoon session, along with weakness. In Hong Kong. Of course, a lot of these hallway supplies and rivals ETA getting hit today. The Hong Hong Kong Hang Seng weaker by three quarters of one percent. The Nikkei being dragged down by that strength in the yen again, actually, holding a one wake high ahead of the news. And of course, the US jobs here poet, and then the AUSSIE dollar holding up pretty well as well seventy four five and use of JP Morgan pretty bullish on this currency. Even though we had yet another week raid on the economy today retail sales missing expectations with the rise of just point one of one percent month-on-month in January Yousef. Thank you very much for that. Juliet the OECD has cut forecasts for world economic growth this year, citing trade tensions and political uncertainty organization slash the outlook for most emerging markets as well know that a sharper slowdown in China would have huge consequences for global growth and trade. Joining us now is Mark Mobius. He's the co founder and partner at Moebius capital partners. Welcome back to the program. Go back early on in the year in January you're saying bike with these would have focused on India. Brazil and Turkey since then we've had this growth anxiety comes through the central banks are throwing a shift there. Tune as well, there's Mark Mobius start recalibrating as well. Well, if you look at the index the emerging markets index you'll see that the recovery has been terrific. I mean after a long period of decline, we've seen a very very nice pickup. And the index is moving up at a good pace. A lot of that. Of course is what's happening in Brazil and China China is coming back. And I believe that the opportunities are terrific now in a major markets whose Renou still at a down turn down the point compared to where we were many years ago, and the company is going to be very nice, I think, but the growth has moderated and you look at some of the statistics from the city economic surprise index, and we've taken some of the regional subsets of that, and you compare the data that we have today, whereas if the first week of March compared to a year ago and the economics surprises just dramatically dropped into the negative. So lot of negative economic surprises across emerging markets across China and senior. As well. But it's other concern for you know, because a lot of that is backward. Looking you know, they're looking at the data that we had last year and the beginning of this year looking I think it's gonna be a lot better. Now, the interesting aspect notice the latest trade figures for the US trade deficit is up. What does that mean? It means that China trade war has not really had that impact that they expected. In other words, a lot of the. Yes, it's true that perhaps exports from China. On the downturn. But allow that trade is moving to other parts of the world Bangladesh, Vietnam, Egypt Turkey, all these countries are gonna benefit from this. Because the the exports that China has been making is going to be shifted to these countries. So it's very very interesting phenomenon that we're seeing at this stage. The big news of the days that the US president is no even more keen to get a deal done to try and give the stock market in the US a little bit of a boost. Do you believe that he can pull through with something in the in the short term? I believe that quite possible because both sides China, of course, wants a deal, I would say China Polly wants to deal more than the US wants a deal, but you must remember look at the stock market in the US. It's had an incredible recovery has jumped up from the low point. So I think there's not that much pressure on Trump to do deal. But I think there's more pressure on the Chinese what about? In china? You said you need to do more in China. But at the same time, the valuations, especially on some of the main stock exchanges. They're getting quite quite frothy to say, the least I'm looking here at seventy percent of equities on the Shanghai in sheds benchmarks. They're trading above the level of seventy. That's just one indicator. We put together a chart as well for our clients to to get that extra perspective. But you're still seeing pockets of what we're seeing is not for the lodge cap stocks. We're going to low and middle cap stocks. So that's where the value is. I believe in China and in many other parts of the world, India's a very good example of that. So I mean with China, and this is again, the TV that I was referring to just moments ago, China, you're keen on I want to say to the region for a minute because in the past you've said that you're not keen on Saudi Arabia because of the anxiety around killing of dementia. Shook journalist even though it's additional play around the inclusion which is really tried to test method of make money in a very full amount of time. Exactly. Saudi Arabia getting back on your radar. Has a size and scale there might be too hard to ignore. That's reality of that's true going into the index having it the heavy awaiting is going to have an impact. There's no question about that. Because you know, at least half of the money is index oriented. But I think it's gonna take. A while you can take a few years before, you know, people really feel comfortable about what's happening in Saudi Arabia. Nevertheless, there's no question money will be four in the index. Yeah. But you're not ready to today. Day. Saudi Arabia diversification. Play yet. Not yet. I prefer to go to Egypt. Okay. Egypt is your top plane reach definitely Egypt is the top player in the region. Why Egypt more attractive than the rest of the region? The reforms that are taking place. You seeing quite a lot of reforms stability in the government is pretty good at this stage of the game. And the great companies real great entrepreneurs. And we believe that many opportunities again, of course, what we define as a small and mid cap be large gap in Egypt in terms of market cap. But we're looking at temendous opportunities there. What's going to happen with with Europe and breaks if we're waiting for the to come out with their announcement later on day central banks in general have become a lot. Toughish is Europe at an inflection point to the downside here is that what we need to be. I believe that Europe is not going to be doing very much for a while eastern Europe is different. If you take a country, like Romania Poland interesting things happening in eastern Europe. But the rest of Europe is in really a slump simply because the withdrawal of the UK from the European Union is going to have a negative effect on not only the UK, but also Europe in general and the uncertainty. That's really the bottom line. There really is no leadership in the UK to say look with the direction we're going to be moving walkways touch space many times over the years. And I know you as a man who likes valuations to be low and for there to be a lot of return in a short amount of time. Brexit has arguably brought down by the way shins across asset classes in the UK. Is there a point where you would say, okay. This is getting interesting for me despite. The that's happening on the political side. There's no question we always looking forward. I mean, we don't look at. Of course, look at the rear view mirror to see what's happened. But we're looking forward to see where these companies are going to be moving into the future. But at this stage, the uncertainty just too great. Not worth it. And if you could choose one top trade in the world right now, which one would it be Vietnam. Vietnam. Vietnam, Vietnam, stocks were being them across the board of a Vietnam across the board. But particularly Vietnam socks. Okay. Thank you very much for that. Mark Mobius there. He's co founder and partner at the Moebius capital partners. Let's keep the conversation going around that part of the world as hitting back and Washington's claims that deeds China in espionage at suing the United States government for barring its equipment from certain networks saying it's unconstitutional to punish without a fair trial. Kim day NDA congress acts. Futian arena as Josh jewelry and executioner. Correspondent Tom MacKenzie is at the Hawas headquarters in Shenzhen, Tom. What's the chronology of events? Looking like what comes next?.
"hong hong kong" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Now for a look at the markets gills. Debra not a great day for Asian investors. We are seeing the Asia Pacific index down by about six tenths of one percent. So it's actually on track for its biggest daily loss this week. You can say China's markets coming off its recent highs, the CSI three hundred extending losses in the afternoon session, along with weakness. In Hong Kong. Of course, a lot of these supplies and rivals E getting hit today. The Hong Hong Kong Hang Seng weaker by three quarters of one percent. The Nikkei being dragged down by that strength in the yen again, actually, holding a one wake high ahead of the news. And of course, the US jobs report, and then the dollar holding up pretty well as well seventy four five and use of JP Morgan pretty bullish on this currency. Even though we had yet another week raid on the economy today retail sales missing expectations with a rise of just point one of one percent month-on-month in January Yousef. Thank you very much for that. Julia. The CD is cut forecasts for world economic growth this year, citing tensions and political uncertainty. The organization slash the outlook for most merging markets as well. And that that a sharper slowdown in China would have huge consequences for global growth and trade. Joining us now is Mark mobias. He's the co founder and partner at capital partners. Welcome back to the program Mars back early on in the year in January, you're saying bike Witty's any with a focus on India. Brazil and Turkey since then we've had this grossing Zion. He comes through the central banks are throwing a Shifter tune as well. There's more Moebius started recalibrating as well. Well, if you look at the index, the Marcus index, you'll see that the recovery has been terrific. I mean after a long period of decline, we've seen a very very nice pickup. And the index is moving up at a good pace. A lot of that. Of course is what's happening in Brazil and China China is coming back, and I believe that the opportunities terrific now in emerging markets who's we now still at a down turn the down the point compared to where we were many years ago, and the company is going to be very nice, I think, but the growth has moderated and you look at some of the statistics from the city economic surprise index, and we've taken some of the regional subsets of that, and you compare the data that we have today whereas the first week of March compared to a year ago and the economics surprises have just dramatically dropped into the negative. So a lot of negative economic surprises across emerging markets across China and senior as well. But it's not a concern for you know, because a lot of that is backward. Looking looking at the data that we had last year and the beginning of this year looking I think it's gonna be a lot better. Your the interesting aspect notice the latest trade figures for the US trade deficit is up. What does that mean? It means that the China trade war has not really had that impact that they expected. In other words, a lot of the. Yes, it's true that perhaps exports from China. On the downturn. But allow that trade is moving to other parts of the world Bangladesh, Vietnam, Egypt Turkey, all these countries are gonna benefit from this. Because the the exports that China's been making is going to be shifted to these countries. So it's very very interesting phenomenon that we're seeing at this stage. The big news of the days that the US president is now even more keen to get a deal done to try and give the stock market in the US a little bit of a boost. Do you believe that he can pull through with something in the in the short term? I believe that quite possible because both sides China, of course, wants a deal. I would say China wants to deal more than the US wants a deal, but you must remember look at the stock market in the US. It's had an incredible recovery has jumped up from the low point. So I think there's not that much pressure on Trump to do deal. But I think there's more pressure on the Chinese what about? Opportunities in China. You said you're keen to do more in China. But at the same time, the valuations, especially on some of the main stock exchanges. They're getting quite quite frothy to say, the least I mean, you looking here at seventy percent of equities on the Shanghai and Shenzhen benchmarks. They're trading above the level of seventy. That's just one indicator. We put together a charts as well for clients to to get that extra perspective. But you still seeing pockets of what we're seeing is not for the large cap stocks. We're going to low and middle cap stocks. So that's where the value is. I believe in China and in many other parts of the world, India's a very good example of that. So I mean with China, and this is again, the GT that I was referring to just moments ago, China, you're keen on I want to say to the region for a minute because in the past you've said that you're not keen on Saudi Arabia because of the killing of dementia Shuki journalist, even though the traditional players around the inclusion, which is really tried to test method of making money in a very full amount of ties, exactly. Saudi Arabia getting back on your radar. Yeah. Has a size and scale might be too hard to ignore. That's reality of that's true going into the index having it the heavy awaiting is going to have an impact. There's no question about that. Because, you know, at least half of the money is index oriented, but I think it's gonna take a while. It's gonna take a few years before, you know, people really feel comfortable about what's happening in Saudi Arabia. Nevertheless, there's no question money will be four in the index. Yeah. But you're not ready to Saudi Arabia diversification. Play yet. Not yet. I'd prefer to go to Egypt. Egypt is your top play in the region. Definitely Egypt is in the region. Why Egypt more attractive than the rest of the region? The reforms that are taking place you seeing quite a lot of reforms stability, and the government is pretty good at this stage of the game. And the great companies real great entrepreneurs. And we believe that many opportunities again, of course, what we define as a small and mid cap may be large gap in Egypt in terms of market cap. But we're looking at temendous opportunities there. What's going to happen with with Europe and breaks if we're waiting for the beat to come out with their announcement later on day? Central banks general have become a lot more dovish. Is Europe at an inflection point to the downside here is that what we need to either Europe is not going to be doing very much for a while eastern Europe is different. If you take a country, like Romania Poland interesting things happening in eastern Europe. But the rest of Europe is in really a slump simply because the withdrawal of the UK from the European Union is going to have a negative effect on not only the UK, but also Europe in general and the uncertainty. That's really the bottom line really is no leadership in the UK to say look with the direction we're going to be moving walkways. We've space many times over the years. And I know you as a man who likes valuations to be low and for there to be a lot of return in a short amount of time. Brexit has arguably brought down by the oceans across asset classes in the UK. Is there a point where you would say, okay. This is getting with the interesting for me despite the. That's happening on the political side. Oh, there's no question. We always looking forward. I mean, we're to look at we, of course, look at the rear view mirror to see what's happened. But we're looking forward to see where these companies are going to be moving into the future. But at this stage, the uncertainty just too great. Not worth it. And if you could choose one top trade in the world right now, which one would it be Vietnam. Vietnam. Vietnam, Vietnam, stocks across the board of a Vietnam across the board. But particularly Vietnam socks. Okay. Thank you very much for that. Mark mobias there. He's a co founder and partner at the Moebius capital partners. Let's keep the conversation going around that part of the world because as hitting back and Washington's claims that Dede's China in espionage at suing the United States government for barring its equipment from certain network saying it's unconstitutional to punish without a fair trial. NDA congress act it. Arena as Josh jewelry and executioner. Correspondent Tom MacKenzie is at the Hawas headquarters in Shenzhen, Tom. What's the chronology of events? Looking like what comes next? The suing of the US government is what's been announced officially today, by the way. And they are saying the congressional Bill was passed in twenty nine teen. That effectively bans telecoms companies in the US from using technology is unconstitutional that it doesn't give them the right to reply that it damages that business in the US is challenging with this case. And it follows of course, what we've seen from wa wait challenging and suing the Canadian government over what they said was a.
"hong hong kong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And here in Singapore on Juliette Sally and Bryan Curtis trading underway. Now in most of the key markets that we track for you on this program. A little bit of selling at the opening go on Hong Hong Kong prices. Hang Seng index down about six tenths of one percent. Just looking at the the price data in Shanghai. The Shanghai composite is off about one tenth of one percent. We're waiting for new home prices here. That'll be coming up in just a few moments. We'll get to that with Doug krizner, but I all the top stories of the hour. We'll President Trump will meet with China's top trade negotiatia tomorrow afternoon in Washington. Vice premier Liu hair has been meeting with US officials this week. Bloomberg's Tom MacKenzie says China is also said to be proposing that it could buy an additional thirty billion dollars a year of US agriculture products. This has been one area. Which is being seen by the Chinese is an easy win for them. They can easily make moves around increasing agricultural product purchases as purchases could include. Soybeans corn and waste and would be on top of free-trade will levels and continue for a specified period of time. Well by do is projecting revenue gains of twelve to eighteen percent in the fiscal first quarter driven by advertising. Bloomberg's Rishaad Salamat has more. By do says, new content is helping energize it's advertising. Business sales will be up to twenty four point seven billion UN in the three months to the end of March. That's above an estimate of twenty four point two billion. The companies a Diaz gained more than three percent in extended trading netting. Two point one billion Yuan by early wound about advertising said the comments today relieved, some investors the company is spending billions on artificial intelligence and self driving cars. It's hoping the new business will counter regulatory challenges and a slowing Chinese economy. In Hong Kong, I'm Rishaad Salamat, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Well, if they told you a lot here on Bloomberg daybreak Asia about the big rally in Chinese equities Sierras. Bloomberg's Yvonne man reports he might say that Chinese Stokes have a secret weapon right now and secret weapon is China's government supportive policies out of Beijing have helped at nine hundred and forty billion dollars to the value of the country's equities since January. Consumer finance farmers, solar and education. Stocks have all risen workers. Get more time off and bigger tax refunds trading. Curbs were lifted pressure to cut drug prices, eased support for solar increased and a government encouraged listed companies to invest in vocational colleges. The optimism may continue if top officials discuss additional measures at next month's annual gathering in Hong Kong, I'm Yvonne man, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. All right. The time is thirty three minutes past the hour. New home prices in China month-on-month. This is at zero point six one percent higher. That's down from the. Month of December. And in some other news, the US North Korean summit next week in Hanoi is reigniting the dream of a North Korean rail link more on that from our rainy and Asensio South Korea's president moon. Jae in told President Trump this week. He's ready to move forward with the rail link if he gets help with the negotiations the rail project was first launched more than fifteen years ago, but it was scuttled because of politics and sanctions the infrastructure could help North Korea monetize mineral resources, the North Korea Resources Institute says that could be worth as much as six trillion dollars. Modernizing North Korea's railways would also allow South Korea to run trains into Russia, China and beyond and cut shipping costs for its export heavy economy for now the tracks stop abruptly at South Korea's northern most station next to the demilitarized zone assigned there reads, the steel horse wants to run Ramy Inocencio, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Let's get a close up look at what's happening in financial markets here in Asia with Bloomberg's Doug krizner duck. Well, let's begin to China with. Julia. Julia because Brian mentioned the new home price data for the month of January again month over month of a little more than six tenths of one percent. And is Brian indicated growth slower than what we had in terms of the increase in December. When the gain was nearly eight tenths of one percent check this out take a step back and look at the year-over-year figure home prices in China in the aggregate up ten point eight percent in the month of January. And then if you look at the different cities, fifty eight cities out of those surveyed showed increases in the month of January. That's also a month over month comparison versus the fifty nine that they saw in December so moderation in terms of home price appreciation happening in China on the mainland offshore currency right now is at six seventy three fourteen weaker against the dollar by about one tenth of one. The an holding firm here at one ten seventy Nikkei two twenty five in the equity trade is down one half of one percent similar decline. In Hong Kong for the hang sang Shanghai composite off less than one tenth of one percent. In seoul. Meantime, the kospi down about one half of one percent, positively in Sydney where the ASX two hundred is higher by one half of one percent and the US ten year treasury in the Tokyo session with the yield of two point six eight percent. I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York, Juliet, thank you, Doug. We'll UK Prime Minister Theresa may has spent the last two days in Brussels trying to get something to take back to parliament. And she doesn't appear to have it. Ed Baxter has all the global news in the Bloomberg nine.
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"His part i did my part and i gotta work out with the ban on workout at a break workout and they won't be in contact with a happier a brand call me i would i would in my weight working with iran i am the debate with kornacki a contract and amman luke cry but uh i would say we would have not agreed workup apnea contacted will either battled with the ramp to their back bank group growling gordon fifthly andrea collar there they were unloaded go the ramp to the better opportunity the lockout hacker and lockout the kinda guy all the while fever at the ramp objecting grief filling the lockout issued a growth irk out later can't practice one day in the next day they cut me literally act there being there for aid could hour and added jack there can our back hong hong kong think about the envied in and left for prior at the same time i'ma despite all that everything you went through the end of playing three years and cincinnati three more and cleveland this offseason you sound with the patriots in the stock could say that if good that burned the boats mentality and you put it all out there you push every chip at the center and you think about nothing but football you might have a shot but that's not the case because on top of all of that you can completed a master's degree at columbia this offseason with a four point owed gpa so what inspires pursue that he wanted anything i mean you you do it credit while the nfl our guided an opportunity an opportunity food connect with people with an opportunity to follow your date that opportunity to better your up or not the bill and go opportunity to go to colombia on there i acted went away added felt like you know what the the great it's been my out time the off peter the great wasting my time at any point year it could work for life after football because it what an football has defied life i i like to think that it back into going to be a lot longer than the credit couple of things before you go i got to know any given what you put into a given how much i mean the grind in what you went through to get to it what made you feel like it was time to step away from it arbel would be there you don't.
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"At big it would harbor people to get over the idea of being a five dollars show to the balance cowboy f where reason i deputy michael irvin the guy with catecholamine looking at your nfl player during a film player a um i think that it not vote ahead of the end kinda got dropped by all the little practical um to fan and raucous joining us any missing thing is this does so much more to it and i can skip ahead but you finally get a chance to play in the cfl from montreal after all the haas while the work you get back on the field and then you break your ankle playing for montreal all but then you come back and you play for them again the following season and you win a championship and then you put together your highlights from the cfl with the video from the training camp with the browns and michael irvin show and you sent that tape out to nfl teams what happened then yeah i mean i gotta went to work and aiding that actually the low to know he'd get hit part i did my part i gotta work out with the ban on uh with our workout had a great work out a won't be in contact with a habit of a brand call me i went out and my weight working with the rammed the bangui with and off contract and i'm on point lewis cry it but uh i would say we would emigrated workup apnea kontic as well i decided with the ramp but they would have only um gordon simply andrea collar there they were kinda loaded go the ramp through the better opportunity in the lockout happen in over the lockout the bangles kinda guy at all those wide receiver at the ramp objective grief filling a lockout it'd be a growth irk out of can't crack at one day and the next day they cut me literally act there to be there for a good hour and ad jack there canales back hong hong kong about how much envied in how to wire yet at the.
"hong hong kong" Discussed on WTMA
"On it must mean that the chinese are nervous about what's going on because you have all sorts of people talking about independence and what must be really frightening to the chinese are these surveys on mm selfidentification which shows that people in hong kong believe in a hong kong indentity and not a chinese are deputy and its growing over time um i mean what can see jinping's visit due to reverse that if anything i don't think it's going to do anything to reverse that i think for the peak laura chinese loyalist sinn fein and third or maybe even half are and they're not only can everybody here is proud to be chinese it to get home almost ninety nine percent chinese city the differences the chinese communist party thinks fit it is the embodiment of chinese news and they have been stagger it did over the last twenty years hong kong people have carved out an identity in an the autonomous hong kong identity no surveys show are shocking because only about three percent of people i identify themselves as chinese as in the mainland chinese in the defence of hong hong kong identity autonomy is just going through the roof above all among the people who were foreigner about twenty years older born the british left and that is something the chinese just cannot get their hands around they just i think in their own mind they truly believe that as communist says the communist party that they are the only embodiment of the chinese nation coulter race people state and that's not how how people in hong kong see it gordon what is article twenty three to worry about article twenty three is part of the what's called the miniconstitution the basic law and it requires hong kong to enact a sedition legislation now china tried to push hongkong i in two thousand three um to have article twenty three legislation there was an unmarked will correct me but you know there was something like a million people on the streets on a hot sweltering july i and that forced the hong kong government not to go forward with its plans for article twenty three but carry lab the.
"hong hong kong" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"On it must mean that the chinese are nervous about what's going on because you have all sorts of people talking about independence and what must be really frightening to the chinese are these surveys on selfidentification which shows that people in hong kong believe in hong kong indentity and not a chinese entities and its growing over time um i mean what can see jinping's visit due to reverse that uh if anything i don't think it's going to do anything to reverse fat i think for the people who are chinese loyalist sinn fein third or maybe even half are and they're not only acting everybody here is proud to be chinese had to get home almost ninety nine percent chinese city the differences the chinese communist party thinks that it is the embodiment of chinese news and they have been staggered did over the last twenty years hong kong people have carved out an eye identity and in an autonomous hong kong identity no surveys show are shocking because only about three percent of people i identify themselves as chinese as in the mainland chinese in the defence of hong hong kong identity autonomy is just going through the roof of above all among the people who were foreigner about twenty years older born when the british left and that is something the chinese just cannot get their hands around they just i think in their own mind they truly believe that as communist says the communist party that they are the only embodiment of the chinese nation culture race people state and dumb that's not how how people in hong kong see it gordon what is article twenty three to worry about article twenty three is part of the what's called the miniconstitution the basic law and it requires hong kong to enact a sedition legislation now china tried to push hongkong uh in two thousand three um to have article twenty three legislation there was an and mark little correct me but you know there was something like a million people on the streets on a hot sweltering july i and that forced the hong kong government not to go forward with its plans for article twenty three but carry lab the.