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Fresh update on "malaysia" discussed on The Big Picture
"Stuff than sean. So he was like an also an authority. That was there for us so you really like slipped into the chamber. I'm actually behind. Andy and significantly behind sean. In terms of my knowledge of that stuff. So that was that was that was tough exposure and nevertheless you came to work with the ringer. And he's been friends ever since that's true doug ash that sounds like really the middle distance. Like what have i done that was. Do you want to know the honest truth. I was thinking about flatbush farm and thinking about how it was like. We were probably there at eleven like still drinking beers just like totally free having the time of our lives and even if it was talking about weird stuff and i just i was thinking about why malaysia ever do that again. That's that's honestly what it was haven't been outed a bar pass yet nine pm years now where we've now entered years. That's pretty scary. The first time i met on i was engineering. A podcast about succession. In the first time i met amanda was covering jam session. She was talking about a beyond say. Cover shoot so That's very on brand. For what year was it. bobby two eighteen. What did you think when you first met. Amanda this is a dynamo. this is a true talent. my guy someone who i'm gonna work closely with and help no the terrible chapel studio. So to be honest i was not worried about like interpersonal dynamics. I was a lot more worried about screwing something up. Because i was like. This was my first. I was still an intern. And you're also so far away. I was like yeah. I'm a glass wall so it wasn't really a meeting situation so much as me afraid to break something. Did i record a podcast about succession about the succession. Finale yeah are famous favorite characters right. And i did because i was right. I when when i was working as a writer. I don't know if you felt this when you were working as a writer. But i feel like i'll never forget any piece. I've reverend i feel like i know the sentences that i liked the sense that i hate. I don't. I don't know if everything committed to memory but i know everything i've written podcast man. They're slipping through my fingers. I have no recollection of recording a succession. Podcast in my life. That's great i mean. I love succession adore succession. But that's weird that. I don't remember that i should i. I'm losing it. I think it's good to move on. I'm trying to carry all of that with may. Okay all right what about about you've engineered thousands of podcast now. I don't remember him leading the ones last week. Fair enough. hardly even remember. The beginning of this podcast. Doug asks after a few years being on a podcast together when you watch movies now. How often do you find yourself wondering what your co host.
"malaysia" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"The rangan. Tang's you've got the vision of you. Being the only miss that to washing these rankings. Identically swing from tree to tree and be fed the at breakfast but unfortunate you can be on this great big deck with between four hundred and six hundred other people with the cameras out. Yakking away to try and get the best picture whereas if you went to the suckled center in the morning which is extremely interesting extremely well put together and as more of that sense of being away from the mainstream and then you had lunch possibly a little cafe just said look the rehabilitation center a great little kaffa actually and then waited and did the two o'clock in the afternoon feeding. I think you'd get more from it. You get more of a sense of goodness about the place. And then if you timed it well i would personally stay within that sepilok area sepla edge of forest reserve results as lots of different places to stay with different people's budgets if you you know google's accommodation or combination of ziplock area we've come across a whole list of places everything from little backpacker so a more upmarket little brazil he placed so if you stayed in one of those places tonight with full walks up sunbathes in the morning ranks the afternoon. And then you made your way up. The rose possibly by walking. It's only about a mile and a half of the road. You come into a place. The rain forest discovery centre. rdc in the it's again it's one of the underestimated places. The not too many people in on the beaten track. it's fantastic. They've got medicinal and edible plant garden. They got canopy walkways extremely well built lakes and different areas for different types of plants. Hold bills have bird festival there. Every year where we all nephrologist flock to try and get on your bristle head which is unique in the area. There's lots the do. And i did not know that ornithologists flock but that makes sense so if you timed it well coming out the tanks rain for discovery center they probably kick you out. I think they they kick you out in the afternoon late afternoons about five. Thirty six o'clock but then there is a night rule. They do a night rule. I think it's seven thirty but you'd have to ask the ticket office get there. The night is phenomenal. It's one of these things that not many people. Do you not very well supported in a sense in a good way because in the guide. See wow there the night so infused about people actually turning up though right people and i'll give you a ton of information you'll see lots of different things you'll see a civic cats slow loris by flies in Tree frogs you'll get a good sense of the jungle at night. It's it's great. It really is good for me. I don't think it's promoted as much as it should be. But it really is a good thing highly recommend that as well and then outside of sepilok there is a place. Poop lubbock bay. I have to say i've never been. That's where they bacchus monkey sanctuary is and so the mass tourism market racing to get to sippy look to do the ten o'clock fading and then generally they'll then jim back on the bus and heads towards lubbock bay parent is very good. Bosque's monkeys are basis a monkey. This indigenous to boone knows is a very interesting to look at as another place. Go to a lotta people go to it. But i've heard different stories to be story. Santa parks sorry. Just give me some feedback and that his the turtle islands the national park. Yes the name slips me the name of the but come on pin new pullout panyu anyways turtle immolate pool hours islands..
"malaysia" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"You need a jacket and willie and arab lows in long trousers newly arrested. You'd have dinner there and you'd go to bed fuel staying past eight o'clock at night party animal. He'd have a good night while he probably was a good night's sleep because lack of oxygen but the reporters in your guides will come and wake you up again at two o'clock in the morning and then you do the part of the climb in the dock. I've not been up there since the renovations they had some renovations afternoon. Quake and put some steps up. Apparently it's got a lot easier but you're gonna climb up and then you summit just in time for sunrise through all on top of the summit is four thousand one hundred one meets his high. So it's cold. You'll get a good sense of achievement. But for sure it's not for everybody. The lack of oxygen. That level could give you altitude. No one ever knows if they're going to get that but it's a workout and it's a full on work out and then you spend that next day making your way down and you'll probably arrived back in the national park headquarters having had lunch at around about two o'clock three o'clock but you'd probably need two or three days to let your legs recover because your legs will be tomorrow. And this you try to build your artillery with straight after that heading back to cody can abolish sit on a beach in and get your legs into the will to the south china. Stay i suggest you bother with that. Especially if you're on a week chinnery. Is there something that you would recommend. Instead i see canopy walks and those sort of easier activities while life and things like that. What would you recommend for the typical tourist. What of the best places. I think value for money to do all this place for poring hot springs. Now that's on the other side of the mountain. If you're coming from cotija. Bali it's a place where it as his name suggests is got hot springs body a part of the pacific ring of fire as vocab activities. Sometimes nine active volcanoes mind but because of the water situation the it does come through and you get these springs..
"malaysia" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"Nine welcome to the amateur traveler. I'm your host chris christopherson. Let's talk about saba on the island of borneo. I'd like to welcome to the show. Howard stanton who is coming to us from borneo more specifically from the region of saba and howard is the owner of eco. Adventure resort in the area howard. Welcome to the show. Thank you very much. Thank you for having me. I hope i can enlighten your listeners. To the days of coming to sabah. Well i asked around and said i was looking for people to talk about coming to borneo to the various regions of borneo. We'd get into that. There's more than one and i was told. Howard you're the guy so okay. Great to enlighten people and encourage people to come because bologna is a fantastic place. Absolutely fantastic place to come when we talk about borneo and they're being different regions so tell us a little more. What is saba versus the rest of borneo for instance so blown you third largest island in the world is actually made up of three different countries. I suppose zeus of it is the indonesian side indonesian bonia and that's like the bottom two-thirds then brunei the sultanate brunei and then me has two states on bonia one is sarah lack and then the other one is sabah. And that's where i live. I live in sabah. Sabah is roughly the size of the uk. Or i didn't realize it was that big okay or that. The uk was that small. I guess there's two ways of looking at that but this is very much and actually. That's one of the slight problems that people have is. They underestimate the size of the place. Getting one side to the other can take a whole day of traveling so when they start to plan the right tanneries they look at what they want to see and then they stopped the plan to get there but underestimate the travel time which can pull problems. If people are on a shorter schedule as it were shelter itinerary. Excellent and born obviously being close by indonesia close by malaysia. That's why they have portions of that so we're in the pacific getting closer to asia. And you're in the upper right hand corner of borneo. Why should someone come to saba war as requested. Sebah is a fantastic place is unique is thirty seven different indigenous cultures..
The Life of Anna Leonowens
"Anna leeann. Owens was born and harriet. Emma edwards in india in november of eighteen. Thirty one anna came from a mixed race family. Her father sergeant. Thomas edwards was english. Her mother mary. Ann glass scott was the daughter of an anglo indian. Marriage on anna was just three months old. Her father died and her mother remarried an irish catholic corporal named patrick donahue as a result of patrick's unit assignments. The family moved frequently but eventually settled on a city on the western coast of india in eighteen. Forty one some of anna's childhood remains murky anna and her older sister elisa attended the bombay education society's girls school which was known for admitting mixed race daughters of deceased or absent military fathers but in her memoirs and i wrote that after her father died and she and allies were sent to boarding school in england and returned to india as teenagers. Whichever's true it's clear that animator purposeful effort to hide her ethnic background and lower social class on christmas day of eighteen. Forty nine anna married private. Thomas leinen owens who was an army paymasters clerk from ireland. On the marriage license thomas combined his middle and last names making them the liens after her marriage anna cut off all ties to her family. In india in december of eighteen fifty anna gave birth to a daughter selena but the baby only survived for seventeen months in eighteen fifty. Two and thomas emigrated to australia while on the boat. Their son thomas was born tragedy struck again and baby. Thomas died at the age of thirteen months during their four years in australia. Anna and thomas had two more children. A daughter named avis in eighteen. Fifty four and a son named luis eighteen fifty six the following year in april of eighteen. Fifty seven the family moved to malaysia. Where thomas found work as a hotel keeper. He died suddenly two years later. Anna was left alone with very little money and two small
Malaysian Prime Minister Resigns Amid Anger Over Virus
"We turn to malaysia or the prime minister mcginn. Yes and and his cabinet have resigned. The opposition leaders were calling for the prime minister's to step down. After he delayed the opening of parliament for over two months. Legally we have the right to be brent. From entering ballymun miss yes in submitted his resignation to the king earlier today and the palace said in a statement that he will stay on in a caretaker role until a replacement is found but now that the country's leader has stepped down. This appears to have thrown the country into a fresh political crisis as malaysia deals with its worst cova. Nineteen outbreak and a decimated economy. Well for more. I'm joined on the line from kuala lumpur by political analyst. Bridget welsh bridge. Just give us a sense of the timing for this and why the prime minister is saying he's stepping down now well. The prime minister has You know acknowledged. He doesn't have a majority of the parliament support. His speech on his resignation to the public doesn't fully sort of a Address some of the reasons why I think the public pressure has been on him to resign. Which as you pointed out are in the economy in the in the record number of cases The initially slow vaccination rate which says since picked up where over a third of the population is now fully vaccinated but the fact is is that i think that there is a covert has had a very big impact and of course this is created a context for elites to be able to pull their support from him and i think that me and yes instill sort of suggested in his speech that that he was still had lots of support which i think is probably not the case from the perspective of what how he perceives it in the case of the parliament He clearly doesn't have the numbers. The question now is who will have the numbers to form of government
Seize the Moment to Leverage the Olympic Sentiment
"I noticed something last week on my morning walks that i never really seen before here in kale and that was an extraordinary amount of people on the roads cycling and then i realized of course that the reason for that was that malaysia had just won a silver medal at the olympics in cycling. And that is the opportunity that is always there that sentiment that is around. The olympics is special and there is an opportunity for any business to leverage it. It's not just about whether or not your business sell sporting equipment. obviously malaysia. If you happen to be selling cycling equipment it's going to help but any business can livery that same sentiment. It could be as simple as just saying send us a photo of you and your bicycle doesn't have to be a fancy rising by just anybody to show that your on that theme of cycling in malaysia. And it's the same with any sport it doesn't have to be oversee. Cycling doesn't have to be archery weightlifting. Whatever it is that your country is doing well in it helps. Obviously if you're winning medals but even if you're not there's always a sentiment around the olympics and the opportunity is there for you to leverage that sentiment for your business and it may only lasts for. She wakes maybe a few months. If you're lucky so take the opportunity now. While the olympics still fresh and find a way for you to leverage the olympic movement and the olympic sentiment
Guy Armstrong on Illuminating Emptiness
"And guy i wanted to thank you for joining us and welcome. You will thank you very much for having me that happy to be here with your love talking about this topic and all the other dharma that i know you and i might share wonderful and so i thought you know you've had a long history with the insight tradition and i was wondering how you You know. I got into practicing in that tradition. Well it's kind of a long story. I started off reading about buddhism. And i bought my first book on buddhism when i was sixteen years old i knew nothing about it. I was in the middle of the country growing up in a suburb of missouri. And for some reason. I picked up this book in a bookstore called the way of sam. I alan watts. I didn't read it right away. But when i got into college in all these kind of new ideas were floating through the counterculture and i got interested in started reading what i could find and mostly at that time it was about Zan by alan watts of dt suzuki. So i did a lot of reading but unfortunately nobody told me. I needed to meditate and so it was all conceptual and intellectual or mid that point but it did it did establish from me a real interest in asia A strong poll. Jj from from that time. and so. After i graduated from college. I went into the peace corps in malaysia which was right next door to thailand so when i visited thailand i really felt a good connection i felt at home and then when i got back to the states settled in palo alto and i met a meditation teacher who was a student of the tide teacher. Dear bamba who not a lot of people have heard about but she was teaching for pasta in nineteen seventy four in palo alto so i became interested in. That's where i got my start in. Actually sitting down and meditating
Crypto Allies Rally and Race to Fix the Infrastructure Bill
"What's going on guys. It is saturday july thirty first. And that means it's time for the weekly recap and what a week. Price action was interesting. We were going on ten daily green closes. I recorded this. Although options expiry seem to have dragged the price of bitcoin down slightly. There is still definitely a lot of optimism from a price perspective. This is perhaps unexpected. Given how much regulatory news has hit the wires this week and how much markets have seemed to respond to this sort of thing over the past few months. First of all. At the beginning of the week we had three hearings. That touched crypto one. Each about ransomware and cdc's but the main one from the senate banking committee on the value of crypto-currencies. Generally that meeting showed simultaneously some clear work had been put in among certain senators to learn more about the space. But it also showed the entrenchment of a number of political opponents most notably elizabeth warren who lamented the shadowy super coders term who were the new exploitative superpower in this new financial sector that in fact would do nothing to break the power of the banks still that was for the moment just bluster and there was a heck of a lot of real action at the same time. Lets talk finance. I last weekend. By nance drop max leverage from one hundred x twenty x stopped crypto margin trading involving the sterling the euro and the australian dollar and finally they reduced withdrawals for non kyc customers. This sucks in a broad sense of showing you. The breadth of acceptance of overarching global. Kyc regimes but also to be quite honest. I was shocked that they still allowed as much. Nankai withdrawal as they did on tuesday. Cc held a press conference where he said that while. There was no urgency. Finance was looking for the right replacement for him. This was based on their need to find someone who had regulatory experience and who could lead the transition of the organization as they move from tech start up to financial institution now that is a big shift given how iconic z. Is how closely connected to the brand. He is on friday. There were two more pieces of news. I that malaysia securities commission had issued a public reprimand against finance. And we're ordering it to shut down. Its websites and mobile apps in the country bigger than that though was that finance announce that users in germany italy and the netherlands would be unable to open new derivatives positions effective immediately.
Former Deputy Assistant Sebastian Gorka Explains How the NSA Monitors Email Traffic of Americans
"Another solid guy. Here's Gorka talking about how the N s A doesn't how they managed to monitor the email traffic of some of these people, and he says a reporter who I know who it is. I'll get to that afternoon because very it's a very credible person. Is about to break this story. Check this out. The methods they used are absolutely unconstitutional. There's a a dodge. They worked out called traffic shaping where they whereby they know that they're not allowed to spy on US persons in the United States. But they know that Internet communications are absolutely global, so the NSA uses its capacity to shape Internet traffic. To move the nodes of connection. So instead of my email going from Washington, D C to New York they routed through Malaysia and they say, Look, that's a foreign communication. Therefore we can intercept it. So with traffic shaping, they break the constitutional restrictions on the say, and they spy on people for political purposes as to proof, very, very highly respected journalist. Has has the evidence and she promised me that she will publicly disclose her sources. So when she does, that will have something to refer to Hello, media. Anyone in the media listening, You know, I get it. I know you left this media hacks. Focus group tested zeros. I know you have zero interest in getting to the bottom of any potential government corruption whatsoever. As long as there's a Democrat in charge. I get all that. You would think there would be at least one Woodward Bernstein type left out there right would say, Gosh, that sounds like a
What is Functional Medicine?
"What does that even mean compared to like when you say functional medicine versus traditional type of medicine. A think you're the depends on what what we're coming from. Personality culturally the different terms for functional medicine. Some people refer to as biologic medicine more like in the world kids with autism. if you're more holistically minded you might call holistic medicine. In europe they might refer to. Integrative medicine focal mess. I think it's just a different way of saying those things that you focus on research so with functional medicine you looking for the recalls. Why you have diabetes. Why do you have chronic fatigue fiber malaysia so it doesn't look at diagnoses per se. It looks at systems so if someone comes in with your fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue which is really really common. You know well the question. Your diagnosis The traditional way the conventional way of saying. Here's your diagnosis in here. Your pain medications. Or here's your adderall. Energy or whatnot. Functional medicine perspective be like why do you have chronic fatigue and fiber. What's your history wilson birth history. Did you have a traumatic brain injury when you're younger. Digestive tract infections science issues. Lots of antibiotics. Where'd you grow up. You know groping area there are lots of pesticides and chemicals. Did you grow up in a moldy home. Did you have tick bites. You know it kind of looks back at your past to see how japan prime for your president and your future and it looks. Assistance approach information. Immune system detoxification and then use the tools that that yesterday. We had this diagnosis of cranking fiber but more importantly. How can you actually change trajectory. So it's more of a recalls based functional masses over recalls systems based way of looking at care. That's that's science backed so the way we kind of one of the ways. I work word. On my website it's science back visualized healthcare solutions.
Vanished in Midair: Malaysia Airlines Flight 370
"Are you afraid of flying. What is it. you're afraid of crashing. Going down in a burning tube of steel. What could be worse. How about being on a plane that just disappears leaving real evidence of its whereabouts behind at all. Welcome to strange and unexplained with me daisy eagan. I'm a writer in an actor who likes to pretend they're too cool for school but who has to take frequent anxiety naps this week. Look up in the sky. It's a bird it's a plane. It was a plane. It's literally not there anymore. it disappeared. Where the hell did that entire airplane go. Have you ever been on a plane when things start to go wrong like the air starts getting bumpy. The captain comes over the intercom and calmly says. There's just a little turbulence and fasten your seat belt now. Imagine if things started to really go wrong you see the flight attendants start to hurry up and down the aisles. It gets really quiet for a minute or two even as the plane bounces up and down. More the oxygen masks down. The flight attendant reminds you that you're cushion is also a flotation device. The cabin starts to smell like smoke. At what point in there to you stop trying to convince yourself that everything is going to be fine and admit to yourself that this might be it. That's what must have been going through the heads of the two hundred thirty six passengers and crew on board malaysian airlines flight. Three seventy on march eighth twenty fourteen. The flight took off from kuala poor at twelve forty one. Am heading to beijing international airport but it never arrived as far as anyone knows. Malaysian airlines flight. Three seventy never arrived anywhere.
Boston Mayor Fires Police Commissioner After Domestic Violence Allegations
"Earlier. Today i informed dennis white of his termination as commissioner of the boston. police department. Effective immediately rat is acting boston. Mayor kim janey announcing just this hour that boston police commissioner. Dennis white is out of his job following decades old allegations of domestic violence. Wbu our senior correspondent. Deborah becker is on the story and joins us now. Deb welcome back. Thanks for joining us. Oh you're welcome so. I know this basically just came down dab and we've been looking for this waiting for this announcement for a while. Tell us what's what's the decision. Malaysia said acting their janey says dennis weight is terminated effective immediately. He's also off the police force entirely. Not even some had wondered if he might go back to being a detective. Lieutenant but that will not be the case here Acting janey says interim commissioner. Greg long will stay in that role for the time being. And she says she's forming a committee and laying the groundwork to conduct a national search for a new commissioner and she says the that search will include extensive vetting and background checks of any candidates going
MH17 Trial Moves to Crucial Merits Phase, Examining Evidence
"Nearly seven years off to Malaysia airlines flight seventeen was shot down over eastern Ukraine the trial in a Dutch court of three Russians and a Ukrainian accused of involvement in the downing has moved to the crucial merits face when evidence will be discussed by lawyers and judges families of some of the victims were present in court to watch the latest hearing in the long running case the trial has progressed through a series of preliminary hearings since opening in March twenty twenty will in the coming days begin examining the huge case five piece together after a years long international investigation the four suspects were not in the courtroom they are being tried in their absence they face life sentences if convicted of murdering the two hundred ninety eight people who died when the flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur was blown out of the sky above conflict torn eastern Ukraine I'm sorry I shockingly
Businesses Shutter as Malaysia Enters Its Second COVID-19 Lockdown
"Country as they begin a second nationwide lockdown to tackle the worsening surge of Corona virus that has put its health care system on the verge of collapse. The Southeast Asian nation imposing a partial lockdown on May 12th banning all social activities, but allowing the economic sector to continue to operate the prime minister there. Caved in a growing calls for large scale lockdowns as daily infections breached some 8000 on Friday and then soared another 1000 on Saturday. It's going to be the country's second nationwide lockdown since the start of the pandemic. And it's also risking derailing its economic recovery. It is 5 51 on this Tuesday morning. We've got some sunshine picking
The Disappearance Of Girly Chew Hossencofft
"Nine girly. Chew hodgson coughed failed to show up at the bank where she worked as a teller. Her co workers immediately became concerned about her welfare and reported her missing only ten minutes later. Investigators searched girl's apartment and discovered evidence of a violent struggle including pools of blood that someone attempted to clean up with bleach testing later determined that the blood and the apartment was from girly her estranged husband and a third identified source. Today were talking about the disappearance of girly chew hostile and coughed and the absolute absolute insanity that surrounds her disappearance and murder. Honestly this episode. Has it all girly. Chew hossan coughed was born on august. Twenty seventh nineteen sixty three in malaysia. She would periodically come to the us to visit on one such visit in the early nineteen nineties. She met a doctor deanne dan. Hopefully someone will correct me on that. It is not a name. I've seen very often hossan coughed. At seaworld they began to talk than they kind of struck up a friendship. Writing letters to each other and eventually girly moved to the us and married him in nineteen ninety-two daisy. What's called daisy daesean. And gurley were married in one thousand. Nine hundred three and settled in albuquerque new mexico you know seemingly a modern love story in january nineteen ninety nine girly moved out of the couple's home and filed for divorce after domestic violence incident where dasy and had smashed cars windshield but twice threatened to kill her as well. She knew that he had been unfaithful previously. But she wasn't sure what he was capable of curly also made contact with an fbi agent. Who is serving her which opened up the floodgates to a whole bunch of information that she had no idea about. She was scared she was paranoid. She began taking karate lessons for self-defence girly told her co worker. That if anything happened to her anything at all to immediately contact authorities and ask them to investigate deion he was not the person she thought he was so who was jazzy in hossan
How to Photograph the Upcoming Lunar Eclipse
"Lunar eclipse. what is it. well most of us learned about this. I think in grade school right. It's when the earth moves between the sun and the moon and so there's a shadow and then this happens in phases doesn't happen all at once Although if you don't see it coming on you can look up and go. Whoa what happened there but generally speaking. We know it's coming. You know so there are these seven phases of the eclipse. All of them are interesting. The photographs but of course we want to hang out for the total eclipse. you get the money shot and then keep playing after that happens. Let's talk a little bit about you. Know what are some of the things that we need to know how about. Where can you see it out with that. So according to the article here the may twenty six two thousand twenty one. Total lunar eclipse will be visible in the united states. Canada central america south america antarctica new zealand australia japan china indonesia philippines malaysia taiwan and south korea so depending on where you are will be how much of the eclipse you can see is total eclipse all that kind of stuff. Now in terms of timing. I look this up. So for instance san francisco. The eclipse begins at four twelve. A m maximum eclipse is at four nineteen and then the total eclipse ends at four. Twenty six so you have a good fourteen minutes earlier to play around. And that's that's nice. It's nice having the time to get some shots to be ready to do some testing now. Of course the exposure changes drain all the different phases. They clip so you know we. We do have to do things while we're there
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Turning Life Into Narrative With Carl Buccalleto
"So today on the podcast. I am talking with author. Carl bitch lotto. Welcome to the show karl kani. It's very nice to be here. Thank you for coming and talking to me today Now would you mind telling our listeners. A little bit about yourself and what your rights. okay. Well i am a retired executive and seventy nine years old and now that i'm in retirement. I had the opportunity to spend some time going over old journals and my malaysia said that i wrote over a period of fifty years. Frankly and they will use primarily To assist me going through certain issues that the were in place from the time. I write books at this particular books. I book but it has to do with generation from world war two to current. And i'm a representative generation and it has to do mainly with the paradigm shifts in how life has evolved for the people like myself who were born and raised in poverty in brooklyn without much chip and the upper to the opportunities have made itself available with discipline and work and education and the war years and all of the various things that occurred so the book that i wrote as many people. Call at memoir. It's really not. it's kind of a an exodus. From one portion of life migrated to another and describes it describes many things including a substance abuses discovery of faith overcoming issues in business and in life that were every damaging and very difficult but perseverance makes things better
UK's Prince Philip honored with 41-gun salutes after death
"Commemorations and condolences have flooded in from around the world to mark the passing of the United kingdom's prince Philip the Duke of Edinburgh the Australian defence force began its elites outside Parliament House in Canberra has it find the traditional forty one so it's in tribute to the prince as a member of the Commonwealth group of fifty four countries headed by the monarch Australia was invited to honor prince Philip the prime minister Scott Morrison reached out to the queen what he called a very sad day let us be there now for use your majesty's even prime minister said to send Dunn said he would be fondly remembered for the encouragement he gave to many young New Zealand as well over fifty years thing your computer bar out awards have can mix is home to thousands of new Zealand's young people tributes will say came in from the leaders of China Malaysia and the Philippines Karen Thomas London
Walk Yourself Better
"Welcome back loving heavy back to be back. You've come a long way since we have two didn't twenty eighteen. I checked the days of taxes Tell us about what you do. Now is broadcast rights and mental health advocate and also have been been over this past bunkers. Yeah yeah. I've i've been a k. On the whole of tried to keep myself busy writing a book has actually been as as actually kept me. nice busy. I was traveling. Just before the We look down over here. i was at st in. Malaysia finished the first draft. David day and it wasn't very good. Auditing out i think is a bit It became. I was just like a. Yeah great i'll. I'll just write this book wherever i am just a couple of hours doing it in the morning and then the rest of the time. I'll just absorb the area. I'm in but it became pa. The data i just looked forward to the least and an it came across on the page. So by the time i actually sent my first drop daiva and i was not very happy with just one thing out out my life for it. But then then the pandemic As traveling connor and we had to come home will be and there was nothing else to do but to to sit in welcoming and is hard as the pandemic has been for many people in unfamiliar in some ways is actually the best thing for the manuscript is attending to something a lot better than what it was Never a book before at Ended the first draw took me about a year every year to write and reading it. Back is chaos os as influenced by this did not Ways my voice in whereas just sitting at the computer every day for four months really passing out it was It was great that and the book comes out tomorrow. Alcohol older so staff will the promotion and old keeping really busy. He actually haven't told us the name of the book on. Its tell us about the whole. Sorry what's it about as cold wolf from the wild edge and is Is a memoir. Guess at the story of my Three thousand mile. Walk around. Mike nine great britain which i did and started in twenty six following periods very cool it will mental health and and and so the whole experience changed my life in many ways to me about year to do the whole thing in in that time you know. I got myself on a letter about how i needed to live. My life going forward Navigating to that dog vice again and the book is about that. It's about the physical janney. So it's about the amazing places in britain Pasta the amazing people i met. But it's also. I guess so when one person's jedi trying to understand there are mental health earns would send Coming times with the factors fading low and being depressed is something. That isn't isn't something should be ashamed. Oakland and is something that just need unpacking and and just needed to forgive myself for low things on table that Yeah it ever since the war finished. It's been it's been one thing after the next. Yeah it's been a mad mad. Five is in in total of my life. You know from being a bomb manager kind of guy a night owl and someone who so enjoyed that whole lifestyle into now. Someone who i believe is more so balancing and doesn't want to indulge in things which i so cancer relies. Where was this lifestyle was using moskalov. Thieves date fittings. I hadn't as soon as i was able to address those in. Forgive myself for them. Founded needs to get absolutely smashed old time my aunt and within the people spend money on doing things that really want to do but just kind of kept Yeah it's all about
Malaysia Orders All North Korean Diplomats To Leave the Country
"Says it's ordering all North Korean diplomats to leave the country within 48 hours. North Korea had earlier announced it was cutting diplomatic ties with Malaysia in protest of a decision to extradite in North Korean citizen to the U. S. To face money laundering charges. North Korea says the case is an absurd fabrication and sheer plot orchestrated by the U. S
"malaysia" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"Welcome to the amateur traveler. I'm . your host Chris Christensen. . Let's talk about paying. . I'd like to welcome the show ruth from Vancouver and that's not the one in Canada but the one in Washington and that's the state of Washington. . DC. . WHO's come to talk to us about Penang? ? Malaysia Ruth Welcome to the show. . Thank you. . Glad to be here and some of you met ruth. . If you traveled a with me to Morocco ruth was one of the people on that trip and we're friends from long before that and you have spent the last. . Three years up until the coronavirus down in southeast. . Asia's that have I got. The . timing writer was longer than <hes>. . Well, , we had three years in Singapore. . And then we were into our <hes> just pass our first year in Penang when the covert virus and I actually was here in the states and got stranded here as the <hes> movement control order went into effect inning and I wasn't able to get back into the country. . So we're now home back in the state of Washington and <hes>. . Yeah. . But Penang was our home for about a year. . Will, , and when we get to the point where we can, , why should someone go to Penang? ? Penang is just a very interesting piece of as. . You have three distinct people ethnicities who make up panning opening is one of the thirteen states of Malaysia. . It's the second smallest. . It's the only one that has a island plus mainland components, , and the island is the part that we are familiar with. That's . where we lived. . We lived in Penang Island Penang. . Island. . Has Like I say three different distinct groups. There's . the Chinese, , which are about fifty percent, , which is more than the most of Malaysia, , your Chinese percentage, , and then you have forty percent Malay- and about nine percent of the Indians who are mostly Tamil speakers so there from southern. . Yup and then we have the expert groups and in particular, , there's one large group of experts that now reside in Penang as a result of Malaysia's M. M.. . Two H. Program, , which is Malaysia my second home. . So quite a few people have actually retired they've made it their permanent home. . So it's a very eclectic group of different ethnicities and different cultures and they do not intermixed very much. . So you really do have these distinct. . And distinct foods and distinct ways of living and languages, , and you can do it all in a very small space and people have been to Singapore Penang. It's . about the third of the size of Singapore. . And only has about fifteen percent of the population of Singapore's on the island about seven hundred thousand people that makes it much more spread out. You're . not just in these big crowds of people and yet you're experiencing the same kind of cultural mixing and interaction that you might get in Singapore. . I like to think of Penang sort of like Singapore before Lee Kuan Yew came in and modernized and sanitized. . Everything, , so Penang gives you that old feel I think of what Singapore would have been like. . Before everything was cleaned up and so and not to say that it's dangerous or unhealthy to be there but you just get that kind of older. Feel . you have people cook it on the streets for food and things like that. . So the I highly recommend going just because it's different than a lot of other places you might go in Asia will in terms of Malaysia we're on or just off of the mainland portion of Malaysia in the. . West Coast in the north. . So we on cow before we're south of that which is way up by the border with Thailand and then we`re Two thirds the distance from Kuala Lumpur up to the type border. . Yes yes. . Like you say we're to the west of the mainland and very close actually up. . I think there's only one one state may be two that are above pinning on the mainland before you get to. . Thailand. . So it is still pretty close to time. . There is some influence of Thai Culture Thai food. . In. . What is in Penang Yeah I? ? Think you're forty miles from Thailand. . <hes> yes. . Yeah and what's interesting about pinning to is, , and we'll talk about this a little bit more but you came and visited us when we were in Singapore and we went to the parental museum to remember that in singer. . So Penang is one of three places in that Malaysian Singaporean area that has Parana Akin Chinese or also called the Straits Chinese also called the bubble Nokia's so they are located in Penang Malacca and in. . Singapore. . So I've actually been to all three places. I've . been to the museums in each of those places and it's a fascinating culture. . People from that culture came from China from mainland. . China many years ago. . treaters remember correctly yet and they came in and adopted many of the Malay Practices and cultures, , and some of the foods and sort of turn them into their own. . They were usually very very wealthy and their homes were extravagant and their furniture was lavish and carved, , and they also incorporated some of the colonialism of the British. . So they had fancy dinner ware and fancy glasses and mirrors and their homes were just beautiful and in Penang you can go onto Church Street, , which is down in Georgetown and there is a Paranthan Museum there for Twenty Ringgit. . which is almost nothing that's four ringgit to a dollar. . So it's five dollars you can go in and get a tour of the product museum there, , and it's fascinating. . It was owned actually by a gangster. . A Chinese gangster and his family I and <hes>. . 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"malaysia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Malaysia has a new prime minister less than a week after the unexpected resignation of Mahajan Muhammad to plunge politics into turmoil he Dan Yasin was sworn in by Malaysia's constitutional monarch the DiMaggio who's ninety four described the appointments of Mr Mueller Dan as illegal and a betrayal Joe Biden has revived his campaign for the US presidency with a resounding victory in the democratic primary in South Carolina the former vice president for more than forty eight percent of the votes well ahead of his opponents his popularity with African Americans gave him the win he badly needed off the poor performances in the first three state ballots thousands of migrants are again making their way from Turkey to Greece hoping to into Europe there are times follows the Turkish president's announcement that he would allow the movement as his country cannot cope with new waves of Syrian refugees and to put pressure on the E. U. to do more to help on Friday more than two hundred mated to the Greek island of Lesbos Australia has recorded its first death from the Kobe nineteen virus the seventy eight year old man have been quarantined since being evacuated from Japan he was one of the passengers on the diamond princess cruise ship held in Yokohama Thailand and the United States have also registered their first fidelity's and several hundred elite athletes have completed the Tokyo marathon the event was closed to general competitors because of the outbreak of covered nineteen BBC news.
"malaysia" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast
"So it has really dive in and it's quite old close together. So one of my fair countries is Indonesia, but to get to all the different places in Indonesia, even have to take big, you know, big trips. Take a quick though long message, but in Malaysia you can solve get on upper hours and being this new location. I think is really cool. Have you ever done eighth coast of Malaysia as well? I haven't been much of these coast known. Fortunately, I do actually want to go back. Several current eight in Thailand. Run rash. Go back to lane. Inexperienced experienced did the Indian islands by haven't ventured down the holiest what I did that along time ago and. It's really different to the west coast. I mean, it's much less developed for tourism at it's really has a genuine authentic fail about it. This was twenty something years ago. Why did this but we were trying to catch a bus and at a whole Berea? We miss the bus. And so we thought we'd try and catch up with the bus and we hired a taxi there were four of his and we hired taxis attack is to the next town. And then we're gonna actually this is Bailer between the four of us. We manage to cover three hundred kilometers with three taxis. Where the we want to take this to one town drops off with another taxi. He'd take us to the other one. So it was quite an amazing experienced during that as well on the was, you know, a turtle colony there a total rescue operation was going there. I was really a very light back different feel from the west coast. Nothing wrong with the way, Scott decides really Fanta. Tassie, but it was too. It's really different field on the eighth this the law of there's a lot of places in Malaysia that if you just venture off the beaten path if you go off the normal path, you can quickly get into areas that have zero so of touristic feel in very local, which I which I think is awesome. Yep. And totally appeals Tom to the adventures independent traveler now tomorrow Tyson is a freelance journalist and photographer she's what around the world for newspapers magazines, and she's also written guidebooks. She tricked the head hunters trial in Malaysian Borneo, and was Cain tonight. We'll I was because she actually knows what she got her since of adventure from. I'm used to read my dad's National Geographic magazines art Tessie on on Orlando. So put the scene Coney Island. Charles. It wasn't really need coined the expression. It was a Russia mum style who leaves to in the great columns from all star on. Hey, coin that expression Ireland, France. So I am an island fall for his nine yards. Seemed to have this natural nighties and throats are jittery wild island, sir. O'neill had played tonight. The years when I finally got there. I not I love so the forest the amazing for Sona say is the idea as God will cute the brat travel guides in England and gay to be up on that. So I began to ride with travelled to Borneo which took off in about two thousand and. Seven. All right was assessed the decision and will go into force addition with getting off next year. So that's how I ventured into head hunting territory and keep going back to her in a big way et will know, Matt where all about off the beaten track. Can you've written an article tricking Borneo's head hunters trial force is it also bayton track. Tomorrow off the vision shack face days, given compared to the treadmill. Ryan VAT's are not as a name Redmond O'Hanlon famous English Rajoub who wrote into the heart of Gorgias in Asia's eight never going to be unfortunately savvy, one can get very start..
"malaysia" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast
"Hey. Hey. News for this week Kim that was sensational. I love that one tell he runs a travel blog adventure in you and shares with us what he loves about Malaysia. It has a mix of different different things to hear him nine. There's obviously the street which is really unique. And then you can try all the different foods and get a really so Streep field there. And then what we did is we crossed the entry from Nang all the way cross the site and went through United. So this is quickly jumped off the mainland. But then when we came back on the mainland we went to the Cameron highlands did a bunch of tracking around that. And backtracking experience was amazing this really good hikes around that area. And then again from that we went down and it went down KO. And then knows you got cities. And then we mentioned to some sort of small villages around that. So I think the mainland just it just has just has been everything again. I mean, like a lot of countries in Asia you've got the mountains where you can do some great hiking some great trails. But then you have you know, crazy city life as well said like anchor K, Al so just go a bit of everything for me. I really. He likes Penon has the street dot has the like. Like the street dots in Georgetown for those. Don't knowing you can walk around there and take photos with their and you the way all the games doctors. You can pose inside the those. That's pretty cool. That's like a common thing a lot people do and and yet it has the hills. You can go to nine hill. It has the speed dial. It has nice beaches or who's beaches invo too. So it has an and then if you do like in you can just take eight bus from an into the Cameron highlands. I'm not sure on the duration the best comment. Tom Harris is a good couple of hours. And then yeah, there's a few trails you can spend booth. Two free days that so hiking on the trail. I died aside CIT straight odd and Malaysia to get the two just don't seem to go together. I know I had no idea about it. When I suppose when because I'm so traveler, I go and then for the locals, and I just find experiences on the move. Ironically, we run a travel blog. My -partment does all she's the main content rights and research ideal in business side of it. I'm not I don't do a lot of research or I like to bencher in places connect people. And then asks when I got nine I knew it had a little bit of last seen. But when our local friend walks around, I was young extended. It's really cool. You can take lots of lots of photos where like I said, and then there's even automa- hand to come in. But there is a freidy feed the Newseum as well where you can go in and take those these cool. It's like prints on the wall. I remember taking a Spiderman Pocos there's this huge. All it's been like painted. And and if you lie on the wall and to poke and looks like climbing society side house was fighting fighting a man says like this funny stuff in but again culture of aids. It's just really cool. It's reading unique to think it's Penang that's kind of the hipster destination for Malaysia. And I think that's very large sort of artistic community there. I think that's why that's air. It's on it's on. It's a good mix as well. Georgetown is all sort of colonial look, and then, you know, you've got this new vibrant culture that. Yeah. So I think people are really drawn to it. Because if you like islands, you wanna be all day, and that's great because you can go to Brenton islands you can head that. And that's just stunning. Like some of the most clear water. I think to this day I've ever seen on beaches on everything you can go diving snorkeling, I did the best no plan in my life in in those islands where you can. Even if you are a great swimmer. You can just go snorkeling and see these giant giant turtles and Walton league swimmer them incredible. And you can just have this like really nice beach holiday Diovan, all this type of things then equipped boat onto the mainland, and then you could be hiking up in the Cameron highlands..
"malaysia" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast
"Tropical day, Malaysia and Everyday's is Alexa day. So you can choose a lot. So the Chendo that it'd be my recommendation how these culinary war extended like to what lengths do you? Go to prove that something belongs to Malaysia. I'm not sure what legs you can go to prove that you own addition, you if a nation can or dish, I do know that, you know, it's resulted in demonstrations outside of embassies. There were reports of cici's being thrown at at a Malaysian embassy in Indonesia while it gets guess. They get serious guys. Seriously. What do we want Nazila MAC? When do we want to? Say what made you become an Australian then with this fabulous heritage. It's I think like all would stories it starts with a woman. I'm a met I met my shayla and. Decided to become a stranger. But yeah, really, I guess if you wanted to be corny philosophy. We we're good melting pot here as well multicultural society still maintain some of that, you know, Malaysian heritage in in your everyday life life. Now, looking Stephanie something I am mindful of especially with you know, I have a a five year old daughter. And I think it's important to share with us some some aspects of my cultural heritage, so I tried to speak the malay- SuperFood. I explain things to through food dishes recipes my mother made recipes at my bad makes were about to start her to start teaching took me with her sameness, which is you know, what typically in Borneo really touch on the hit hunting things. Yeah. I think a trip back to Warner is ju- sometime soon. I feel a family, man. Listen news in the low houses still farm the land and have it. No other way enough. Where they are. They not. Yes. Slice of the world. So yeah, it's definitely part of my cultural heritage said I'd like to share with Ashley this year. Beautiful defending one has spent any time in kale. They might may have come across you on stage. Back in the day. A beautiful singing voice thanksgiving. I would dearly love to put a link to no woman. No cry. We can't do that. You know, we can't. But he does have a gorgeous blues voice. And maybe he said one day he weren't might return to it once he's daughters older while that would have to be doing a live podcast. I think I think I always get him That one. one. Yeah. Now, what's troubled travel? News Kim, we've chatted in previous episodes about the impact of over tourism what that can do to destination. Not just the crowding into many people on it, you know, being a bit obvious, but the environmental damage some big conflicted by these reports that Bali that's an Indonesian, of course, New Zealand and Japan or rule imposing tourist taxes on visitors every those crucial when you're traveling all taught budget have utility, you spend all taxes don't you not spending traveling. But if you're gonna have to hand have a tenuous dollars to enter Bali thirty five Newseum, which is about twenty four years dollars to get into New Zealand and two thousand yen or about nine US dollars on departing Japan. What do you think good idea or bad doesn't like seriously non US stolas on top of what you've paid for the trip? I don't have a problem with. Yeah. I'd like to see it being going into specific projects. I'd like it to be parent. Yeah. Just going into general revenue. Have you visited the? Trevy fountain in Rome and to throw the three goings in the found. Not. It's a very popular thing to do amongst visits and a roundabout two million dollars with coins get tossed into the fountain every year two million. How many how much get stolen well Wanda unilat- in the if you jump in. You'll get pulled up other carabinieri straight away. If you jump into the fountain. All this money..
"malaysia" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast
"I should say Borneo in the house. Yes. We had conversations about your family background, and you come from a pretty fascinating part of Malaysia. Yeah. Look, my dad's people more people more people. Come from Borneo, and where we're from the tribe from from the jungles of Borneo and have you been back us bay back? Visit with family came from originally. Yes. So I I grew up there. From the ages one to maybe four or five. My dad verge sheltered to mind grow up in a traditional longhouse is essentially a very long house which has anyway from thirty up to two hundred and fifty families. Each have room, MS sort of long common corridor that connects a house, it's a pretty amazing structure. How did fifty families? Did you grow up in this from one to four and that's in that set up? No, my my bag Rupp in one of those houses by the time. I I was a young boy those sorts of houses were not people are moving away from villages, usually div feel comfortable saying as much as you like, but looks that you've your ancestors, there's a pretty interesting history. There isn't they here. So the looks at you binds were. Probably the most feared warrior tribe on the island of Borneo. Known head hunting and a little bit of cannibalism on the side. Just remember paper when he contacting world Mets content team. Nice. We'd isaac. Ironically, you on the most placid person that I've met owns. I'm that comes. Maybe would have been pushing the right buttons. There's this. There's probably a cage story that eat maybe taps into the the the warrior Jane in Maine that I could tell you Kim. But I yeah, I am a pretty night back guy. Let's move on. Because we wanted to give out warring of a different type right now, we're talking about food walls. It's a lot of contention in the region about who owns particular dishes. Yes. A food is a source of national pride and delight. But you know, as as you know, food is is it's never just about food. It's about that's about cultural identity about I think, particularly for Malaysians are when you're talking to someone from the western world, it's hard for them to place, Malaysia until you give them a kindness, and you describe it in relation to something else is do you know what I mean, you can go on just the peninsula north of Singapore. Or it's, you know, just south of Thailand. And I think we have a kind of. National identity crisis that manifests itself when it comes to comes agents are on food. So we very protective over what we think our dishes that that we cannot with when in essence as as Malaysian did not it doesn't really matter. Does it? Yes. It does little trikes. Just give me my lock saw him. You called him. Malaysian nuts out. Alexa, happy. I'm happy. Also, go on so so we've got lack so what what else have we got this? We've had I guess he's Roy's over very times Chevy crab dish. And have you guys have had shimmy crowds. I have I have his senior. And it's to my mind. I think it Singaporean more than legend. But a while back. I think Malaysia claim claimed it as Malaysia which upset the Singaporeans, I know between Indonesia Singapore, there was assimilation around origins, nasty goring, which is fried rice. If he spoke to food historian and tried to trace the origins of fried rice, you know, it will probably go back to China, and then more recently Singapore. I think tried to get you miss Govan listening for streets claiming that unites let's uniquely Singapore in of course, Malaysia upset you get. Streaked Thailand get St. Bernard, Indonesia. The most recent case is a sued war of away Chendo, which isn't shaved high desert comes down. Yes. It sounds like you know, what I'm talking on love Chinda. All right. Look for the uninitiated 'cause I'm just realized we've we've been speaking well United. It's Grabwood agenda is never been. We'd better talk about what laxer is just for people who don't night so Chendo is a bowl of shade ice it's topped with like you say fill bit of condensed milk some syrup. We can have red beans peanuts. Bit of corn. And this kind of stodgy grain things that look like little noodles or Bergens depending on. How old you are what five year old, man? Look, it ain't go that's about who produce..
"malaysia" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast
"Dive spots plus much of Malaysia is undeveloped allying wildlife to roam freely. There are plenty of beaches. I can attest to that. I've been on some crackers up there and challenging hikes all of which might get a perfect to sedation for the adventurous traveler who was a willed med Kim. Yes, we've as you said you've only been to the of land Cowie as part of a visit to Thailand. But again, feel what happens when we do these podcasts back goes right on the list in this episode. We'll chat with tomorrow who trick body on his head hunters trial to the pinnacles which she describes as a forest of limestone shots that are around one hundred and forty seven foot tall or a forty five. Meters. Fellow will know Matt Isaac entry joins us. We're gonna hear about he's end sister link to those Borneo head hunters. That was I poisoned. Don't worry. We do it and the food was between Malaysia Singapore and Indonesia plus home from adventure new Texas away from Borneo and onto mainland Malaysia. I though Sam he went on a guarded Tyler my trick. Which is really like sounds like oh, God it, nah. Off the beaten track off the beaten track to the top of mount la- tongue Luton perhaps the highest peak of the mill basin in Malaysia Borneo. That was in Borneo on I sixteen day trip around the Malaysian Borneo. I found myself in the rain forest. Obey the now, maybe ten days in total. I went to Dunham valley thirst, which is closed Amalia basin, but more accessible than valley's motive a research center, where they it's more like comes of Asian research. An I followed scientists around. So have referring say got to do lots of fun hikes? Canopy walks away move. My time the jungle they then told me him going on a trip to me obeys in at the time. I had no idea 'cause wasn't really given much of a scheduling being Malaysia teams always changed at the last minute. If is stolen the not before in the roads, get flooded. Then access is a bit more limited and maybe a tree full data. They have to physically go chain stores, and it the move at the road, and when traveling two hours along these logging roads, but less than you want to be stranded somewhere. So I think my sold the kept it a bit of a secret. Just in case the plans fell through the first day, we drove along in full by fall along. These these logging roads, I was stuck in the back in open apple really, get your chance to see. But young. Oh and actually get to feeling and you can you can smell it. You can hear it. You can almost tasted because you've not close tradition. Driving along inadequately wrote for us there. There's some great pictures and the and the Rhine for forest looks very dense. Can you describe for somebody that has an experienced that won't want it smelt like what it felt like I would imagine quite humid the best way or condition try? It's like started in the steam. The heavy with the humidity. You have a sweet smell all the time from all the pumps and the flowers. With a constant noise. It's never soil. The best way. I can describe the term. It's it's it's a high pick sounded monogamous is constantly in the background which things from this, the colonists. You have the birds up in the trees, they're making different sounds as well some of whistling some of sorta Hunkin some my hooting noises whenever you walk in every step. It's like even more on the moon every steps a hard one because you constantly fighting the heat the humidity. Everything's thick everything dense. It's just so difficult to to to move. Walk in one kilometer in the jungle with probably like walk in ten kilometers. He's on the road somewhere with all that you've described you couldn't be further away from the UK. I mean, you don't have rainforests. You don't have that kind of level of humidity. Was that the first time you've found yourself in a jungle feeling feeling that bang expires to that. It was it was the first time I'd ever been able to view one owing to Borneo and then suddenly fame myself in in in some ways, thirty five degrees in the day one hundred percent humidity's. So it it was it was strange to start off..
"malaysia" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"Millions of tried to stitch together the pieces of this horrific story, but no one has been able to solve this mystery officially on March eighth, two thousand fourteen a commercial Boeing, seven, seven, seven was traveling from Kuala Lumpur international airport in Malaysia to Beijing, Capital International airport. In China, it was scheduled to be a direct flight lasting five hours and thirty four minutes, but that's not what happened less than one hour into its flight. M h three seventy disappeared from the skies, taking the lives of two hundred and twenty seven passengers and twelve crew members. It's hard to imagine in our age of GPS tracking satellites and global connection. That a plane could just vanish. But this is what was reported by the Malaysian government in twenty fourteen what followed was the most expensive search operation in airline history involving twenty six countries and hundreds of ships the investigation cost, the Malaysian government over one hundred fifty five million dollars during this episode. All three of us will investigate the minute by minute time line that forms the disappearance of and search for m h three seventy. We will present the official truth as we know it today highlighting the mysteries and auditees of the situation. Next week we will challenge that truth examining the conspiracy theories and mysteries the cloud, the details of March eighth twenty fourteen the greatest mystery in aviation history begins with the aircraft itself produced by the Boeing company. M h three seventy was the four hundred and fourth Boeing, seven, seven. Seven constructed at two hundred and forty two point four feet in length and weighing over seven hundred seventy thousand pounds. This plane was massive. In fact, this model is the largest twin jet plane flying today sporting to massive Rolls Royce. Trent eight ninety two engines each with a force of four hundred fifteen Killa Newton's Boeing, seven, seven seven's have approximately one..
"malaysia" Discussed on Showcase from Radiotopia
"She was going through moms bureau behind all the scourge there was a birth certificate of maria this means that my mom no that means them a father been eso might have been driven my mother to keep it a secret or does it mean them a mother limit told us because she was a sheep how many secrets and never tool because of that feeling the cessation of the wound openly on the need a few feet so so we we go now we are going to reform outside malaysia and what happens when it does it's an old forest a nature preserve and it's some place where i find new images every time on an under this tatty hillis he sinha wheaton photographer am i tried to be there as often as a cap in 2000 ten he was awarded nature photographer of the year in sweden in two thousand and eleven you can read about him in the times and the daily may award winning wildlife photographer exposed as a front all as one of my favorite spots in these forest the shots were taken here and every time i'm here in the nature reserve of malaysia in south sweden i find something new to work would in my images late is very difficult to two to describe because i'm not that worried about showing something as it looks to me it's more important trying to work forward symbolist some personal feelings modern showing how anything new just looks like teddy hadassa is renowned for his impressionistic work as nature photographer watching to nature through his lens is like watching a world where alice in wonderland could happen the cullis a strong and dark and beyond the contrast there's is a place for an imaginary world it's easy to disappear into the eur one to disappear into them.
"malaysia" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"malaysia" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"And if you're living truly in line with your purpose that in and of itself as a form of health so i don't think that comes from thinking i think it comes from being a very in a very balanced state of being and i'd suggest that you can come much closer to that if you're observing some basic aspects of health like these the five five vitality says now you follow all twelve of them i don't even know what's possible probably a lot of things i've got a strong outline and i've written some chapters of it it's all it's all in there i just need to get it onto the paper so so it'll get there and there are some exciting topics like sex and addiction and relationships and and create creativity creative expression and things like that so the last thing i'm gonna say this is not up this is not a business plug but it is to say that there is a i have a tea company called living tea and will and we get old growth tease i go to china and taiwan and malaysia and we source these teas from trees some of which are old trees and they're grown in their native environments with no pesticides herbicides fertilizers weed killers their various their medicinal herbs they're not like any tv ever drank in a in a bag or something and i would suggest if you decide to explore t is one of your aspects of health.
"malaysia" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"Berry in the nays malaysia airlines malaysia are emily airline eighty three kalaheo goal on borrowing on a her yarn the search to go on for another year is that right in that region i'm reading it the best way i can given the fact that i don't have the proper glycemic one of these days subtle give you right over the store and you'll get blesses over to the door we them picking them up over 50 you could do worse than some readers eight doctor henry i got it under control let him read that okay fine go ahead at the end of our gird iin be ocoee an port they missing molly what does that mean in the andy on an ocoee and that's the indian ocean for god's sake all all in program molly tree that mark malaysia airlines i didn't pay airline hike in malaysia malaysia okay now airlines thank you apply plan a go on poor i'd not her her jahor on march likly click quickly crack most likely over i hadn't gotten nedcorp poor giving us moral caselaw launcer the search hold on a second case pediatric filter i wanted to be under i want to be undertaken in what i would i be fame on don't be racist for god's sake i not being like i said i want to ask you said you want to understand and i want to understand all right i'll take be searching for the plane for another year your comment i get get burned daylight near the day eight when you want to earn pocket okay we're brindisi life all what are you what are you get to see but this about what about the story reading i wear think guilty along an oscar lawyer australia's.
"malaysia" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only
"Maybe family members or people that they know that are that worked for the religious police or are entrenched in the government so it wouldn't surprise me if they've been investigated like what the group has been trying to do is he a very low profile for now because recently what happened was the same group that wrote about us our age in the end the meeting they are trying to go into people's facebook age fine as many personal details that they can find just post it so i have an article were by name is mention but i could tell them all the information that they got was directly from my facebook page so how they went in and they wrote where i worked in malaysia the road by ethnicity by background and they took my post and they and the translated by coast and what i what i said that that i'm so i'm trying to suppress government control of people's religion in malaysia and tried to spin it in a way to make it look like weird these are kind of rebellious political activists right so they view you because you're a visitor there right yeah so they view eu as even though you're not under the legal requirements of you know milady people or anybody who is like a registered muslim there would even though you're not under those requirements is it a sort of xenophobic thing of look at these outsiders you know stirring up religious rebellion kinda thing they care is less about xenophobia and war about fear of their religion being challenged okay.
"malaysia" Discussed on The Smart Passive Income
"Because i don't really understand the technology of how this happens but they'll see that there was someone listening in denmark the downloaded salo's listening in the netherlands or in kenya or in malaysia or the philippines and so i actually started reaching out to the organisations in these countries to see what kind of support they had for their adults with add population and i started joining some of the organizations to offer support to them as well as them to have the podcast as a resource for their community because as something free that they can benefit from if they don't have something like this and that's what i've been doing with every single country that pops up on the stats is reach out in contact them and let them know that they already have listeners and that i wanted to know how i could make this more known to their country or the community that's he's actually that's really smart in actually teach that part in the course you kind of act that on your own i'd i teach that your podcast when you publish it is not the end it's the beginning and that's when you can start to see you like what kinds of people are listening and where you might be able to get in front of more but you've taken that's of next level using data that you're getting so that's really smart and now you're going out joining his organisation's amuse you've also had some opportunities come about now as a result of the podcast and some additional outreach that you've done here in the us rainly using some interesting tools actually we all have access to can you explain and what you to their share on again.