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Fresh update on "papua" discussed on Hora do Amor

Hora do Amor

02:02 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "papua" discussed on Hora do Amor

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Fresh "papua" from Red Eye Radio

Red Eye Radio

00:54 sec | 15 hrs ago

Fresh "papua" from Red Eye Radio

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All About the Thylacine

Your Brain on Facts

02:04 min | Last month

All About the Thylacine

"The thylacine one only two marsupials known to have a pouch for both sexes. The other species which is still with us is the water possum. From central and south america the pouch of the mail file seen served as a protective sheath for their genitals making them sort of internal external genitals roughly two thousand years ago the pouched predator behind to disappear from papua new guinea and australia perhaps due to competition from the dingo the dingo is considered to be the first introduced species sienna though. No one's quite sure who introduce them. Among the front runners are indian mariners. Who may have traveled to australia. The seafaring lupita people who spread eastward into the pacific from east asia or traders from t- more and taiwan who sailed through southeast asia. The dingo began out competing. The thylacine centuries before european settlement at which point there were around five thousand of them left. Things got markedly worse for the tigers. In tasmania after sheep were introduced in eighteen twenty four. The european settlers took a dim view to native animals eating the livestock. They'd introduced into the predators environment within a few years cash. Bounties were offered to encourage people to hunt them despite contemporary evidence that stray dogs and poor ranch management were killing most of the sheep. Nope gotta be these animals. We didn't ask for to the bounty hunting. The combo punch of extensive habitat destruction and invasive diseases like mange and the population diminished rapidly. The last living thylacine was captured in the wild in nineteen thirty three before being taken to the bowmer assu also known as the hobart zoo the remains of which you can skulk through today if you're into urban exploring and don't mind the risk of being arrested for trespassing

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Trevor Cole

Photography Radio

06:41 min | 1 year ago

Trevor Cole

"Low Hallo photography lovers. How's it going today? I have another fascinating conversation for you. I talked to a British travel and landscape photographer today. Coal Trevor Publishes Images in magazines calendars and carts in the December. Two thousand eleven he presented to the Royal Geographic. Society has also exhibited in Ziada in Switzerland Ireland. He reached the final of the travel photographer of the year. In Two thousand ten eleven thirteen and fifteen and was also a finalist in the wanderlust magazine travel photographer of the year in two thousand thirteen without any further. Ado here is my conversation with Trevor Call. Hello Trevor I'm so happy to have you today. How doing very well. Thank you very nice to meet you to lash the first question. I often asked. My guess is very simple. How do you stay inspired? What's the number one thing that makes you go out there and photograph as a really good question for many years of my life? I told Jugular Vein International schools overseas so for me. Photography was always a part of that so all night photography established from geography and travel. So whenever you see things you have new eyes of men therefore the photography becomes much more meaningful so I guess. Travel is my main stimulus. Okay so and you are traveling all over the world. I have seen so many amazing images in your portfolio of people and landscape of different cultures and of of those people in their environment. So what is it that fascinates about those those people? Are there any answers you are trying to get you know to your photography when when photographing them? I've always had an interest in indigenous able those that have beaten in situ on the spot for a very long period of time I e the tribes of southwest Ethiopia and. I've just come back from a trip to Papua New Guinea. Where I went to the highland. Show it on. I guess it's the way they live. And the way they still connect to nature something that's been lost largely in our more developed world. It just fascinates me hobbies cultures. They're very similar in many ways and yet they're very different but the way they interact with the the earth sky above the elements and manage to look after the environment. And there's always been a little bit of the environmentalist in me jumper. I lived in West Africa for a year teaching and I live for four years in Ethiopia. So I'm particularly familiar with southern eighth yoga so I try to return there and take little voters there Once the air or once every eighteen months I real soft spot for Ethiopia in particular but also photographed different look different locations or all around to drive yesterday of an. I love together Namibia. I also love landscapes I mean. That's the other part of my geography really is just beings have more which so incredibly beautiful and Iceland or where I live here. My own country of Ireland is stunningly. Beautiful the perfect perfect place for tigers to capture light and landscape. Let's talk about landscape a little bit more later on on on the show here. Let's get back to people because it's really fascinating for me especially that travel to visit those different locations. Instead of one thing you would say that kind of stays the same when it comes to people standing in front of your camera like do you experience similar emotions or reactions when when photographing them. Actually actually no. I mean in in for example. I've only been to Papua New Guinea Than it's fresh in my mind the people are just loved. Having their photograph taken that were very receptive but some other parts of the world. I've traveled to Somaliland on travel to eastern Ethiopia. Where cultural differences make it a lot more difficult to take photographs a lot more challenging due to other religious belief or a certain shyness towards being photographed so sometimes sometimes you have to look not more I really think is important. Is Spending time with people not just going in taking your shot leaving. You have to know people you have to feel something on even those. That are difficult to photograph culturally. If you spend time with him you know you often get that little chance that maybe others don't get shots than becomes a possibility but this this first step of knowing those people better is is not a barrier which is also very difficult to cross. You have to kind of enter private sphere of someone or maybe a family. How do you start such process with people from different cultures different languages and so on while I always take a local guide? I always use local Enterprise people who know the people and that is my way it take find a good guide opens doors that otherwise you would find closed in your face some places. You just cannot go alone you wouldn't you wouldn't get up. She wants to get so someone who could translate to sit Iran with you and you can ask questions using their skills as an interpreter and that makes a lot of different so that first step becomes easier.

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Voice and Wearables with Dave Kemp of Future Ear

Voice First Health

07:37 min | 1 year ago

Voice and Wearables with Dave Kemp of Future Ear

"Also have a blog. That has now Formed into a podcast as well future ear. My podcast is the the future ear radio PODCASTS. And really what I'm trying to do is cover the intersection of Curable technology stemming from my background in hearing AIDS which are like The preeminent curable And Voice Technology. So I I you know I do too podcast week where I bring on people from the world of audiology the world of the world of voice technology and sort of just have this guy. Tried to create a cohesive narrative around this budding intersection. That I just find to be absolutely fascinating. That's amazing end I've listened to your podcast and it's fantastic. I think you're a great interviewer actually have said that you before. So I think thank you. Questions are really great and And you're in your prolific content producer as well now because you're doing it twice. That's I know that takes that takes a lot of a lot of consistency effort. So good for you. Let's talk a little bit about the intersection here of here. Both in voice technology. We'll get into the exciting news that we have the book in just a moment but I love to get your take on. How did you first see that interaction with voice technology? And what's the what's the origin? Story there sure So the very first time I like started coming around the voice technology You know like world was the the Alexa Conference back when it was called the Alexa conference very proud that I can say that I was one of the Og Alexa Conference people back when it was in Chattanooga Public Library It's so funny. It's like when we were at project voice this year which which has been reprinted in to see many familiar faces. And it's just so cool to think back on this small group inside the Public Library and it just keeps growing and growing and growing and The reason I was there was because I started to really research What was going to happen Due to the fact that hearing aids were all becoming Bluetooth enabled so back around. Twenty fifteen twenty sixteen there this massive shift In terms of the type of hearing aids that were coming to market Everything was Bluetooth enabled and because of that I started thinking. Well this is a really big deal because then you basically unlocked the whole smartphone economy the economy and all that but I kept thinking. What else are you gonna be able to do with this and Like so many people you know I always find it interesting like who was the person that really got you interested in this and a lot of people would say Gary Banner Chuck for me. It was Brian Romilly. I came across him on twitter. I just Kinda got into a rabbit hole. Read his stuff and I was like. This is a really really interesting premise. In the way that I thought about it was okay. So if this You know the way that he describes it as the sort of paradigm shift into the way in which we interact with technology. Every you know ten to twelve years you have sort of this new interface that emerges And this idea of voice made a lot of sense to me because you know it's this idea of simplifying everything back to the basics and being able to have a four year olds communicate with this type of technology or ninety five girls and that to me was like the Big Aha moment so what I started think was okay. Well if this is going to be a thing in smart speakers continued to proliferate and people continue to increasingly depend on them for more and more things I thought that what would it be likely that they would then want that type of functionality on their person and so I said well. What better of a home Then these new Bluetooth connected hearing AIDS that you're wearing all day every day Not to mention sort of the consumer side that was just starting to take shape largely being ushered in by air products. And so. That's how I got into this whole thing was just this notion in this idea that I thought it was entirely possible that the evolution of The way in which we interact with our smartphones would be unbundled to the more like peripheral Peripheral wearable devices In having voice as you know not only the user interface also the voice assistant serving as the actual operating system. Yeah that's great and and it's clear You know hearing you speak in following your work that you're now one of the leaders in this area of technology and here ables and it's such a historic. It just makes sense to me. You know an intuitively that with with speaking. There's listening as well and part of the part of the oral type of communication so I think that's really exciting because of that You know it's. It's really wonderful that we've had the opportunity to work together on this special project on the voice technology in Healthcare Book and You are one of the chapter authors. And I'd love for you to share with us a little bit about The process and of course you know little bit of information in terms of what did you write about. What did you learn out of it and your your thoughts on on that whole that whole deal? Yeah for sure and first of all I wanNA thank. You WanNa thank the whole group Harry Papua's and David Metcalfe and everybody else I. This is just an amazing opportunity in so regarding the process. What's interesting is at the time when you approach me about this. I had been writing what I called the daily updates so I was midway through. I'd probably written about seventy five eighty of these so I had actually got into the habit of writing daily and I think that it was good timing because I was like I felt as if I was kind of honing his craft of writing and being pretty religious about it. And so when you presented me with this idea of like can you write a ten thousand word chapter on You? Know Kinda like everything that you're passionate about wearables. Voice Technology in the Medical Setting. Rice said that sounds like a challenge. In so I'll be perfectly honest. I had a good idea in my head of of the outline. I sent you the outline but when push came to shove Like so many other people you know something. That's kind of daunting like that. I kind of procrastinated and when I finally did is one day. I can't remember. I think it was like a Sunday. I just like went into my room. Close my door in a got into like this Into this almost like trans. Yeah exactly and I just cranked it out. I actually wrote it in one day while I obviously edited it afterwards but I remember I would. I was writing And I told my girlfriend that I was going to be doing this. I was like I'M GONNA go. I'm GONNA just knock out ten thousand words and we'll see if I can do this. I think I can do it. I read about a thousand words every day. So it's just like basically writing ten types of articles that are right but I gotta do it and so I did it and I just went in there and I was texting updates from like six thousand seven thousand so it was. It was actually pretty a pretty cool process and it was a pretty cool thing for me to like. Be Able to tell myself like you can do this So as a writer because I have journalism background. This was one of the this was like for me. Like if I was a mountain climber like this was the highest peak that I've climbed yet so I really appreciate the opportunity of even getting the chance to do this and the challenge of Of doing it and So that was sort of the process of of how I how this thing came to life and then after I wrote it I went back through. I mean there was it was kind of messy so I had a really clean it up in. You know rearrange it a little bit but But that's how I

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The Conjuring - The Haunting of the Perron Family

Ghostly

06:57 min | 1 year ago

The Conjuring - The Haunting of the Perron Family

"Welcome to ghostly was the parent family home haunting as always. We're your host. I'm PAT and I'm Rebecca ghostly as a podcast that examines. It goes story from all angles. We go over the history in various evidence of the ghost story. Then we let you the listener decide if it's real or not. Today's episode is going to be huge but We do have business to cover before we get to the episode. So Rebecca. Do we have any listener mail? Of course we do. I WANNA hear it. Okay okay. How's Your Week Bennett? Are You doing okay? I am virus free right now. Okay so all probably I probably have some virus but not the virus. Gotcha I just wanted to check in do you not that I know of. I keep checking my temperature though just to be sure. Like how often are you checking your temperature? Well I guess I checked it earlier this week. 'cause I had like a scare moment but that was wait scare moments like I felt flush for some reason and so then I went and I took my temperature and it was Way Ninety eight point six normal. I was like ninety seven point nine or something like that. So you're dying right so you're pretty much you're becoming beyond debt. I think so. Wow that is not the podcast for this now. They are walking dead walking dead podcasts. Which if any of our listeners. Listen to walking dead just in case you don't know Patna also do walking advant cast which is me. Find that weirdly appropriate right now They can find it anywhere. They find. Good podcasts It's just searched. The walking dead podcast. Dv M. p. e. 'cause that's the network the network the D. vm production. And all right. Okay here we go. This is another listener mail. Ghostly society facebook group so if you haven't joined this is the time just ghostly sleep society on facebook and I join you know. It's it's a lot of fun there. I mean seriously I enjoy seeing other people like interact on these same topics and use the same critical thinking that we've been going over. Yes 'cause they'll be like. Hey this is something happened to me. What do you guys think? And then people kind of debate it. It's well I'm I'm especially proud of the moments when people are like you know I used to. Just be a straight up believer in all this but now I question it and I usually still come up to be a believer. I take time to think about it. And that is that makes me proud me too me too. Yeah all right so. This is one of our top listeners. Whitney top listeners. She is our top is awesome. She is awesome and she's always posting and got a lot of fun stuff So she says Pat You will probably have a field day with this my friend and roommate by the way she did get permission from the room. That's it took us a few weeks before we read this Who her roommate goes by the name of Rabbit Rabbit has been an actual rabbit or is it no named rap person named nicknamed rabbit okay. I'm fine with that. All right has been seeing and hearing things his entire life. He has many stories but one in particular still ongoing from when he was a child. He believes that he's being plagued by Mitch mischievous spirit that he is named Bob. Oh I am too. Yeah by Bob Anderson from Bob after dark spirit that just plagues you keep putting these micro-climate ideas in my head. Yeah Over the years Bob is made his presence known to all of us. Rabbit claims he frequently moves things to a place where they should not be for. Example rabbit used to smoke an old fashioned tobacco pipe. He always placed in his bedside drawer and in his nightstand. Before going to sleep one morning he woke up and it was no longer there. Robert searched Oliver's room but he could not find it anywhere. I needed to go into rabbits room to borrow a cord to charge my phone as my court shorten it and I would not be able to get to the store until much later I went nowadays. You can't get to the store at all well though this was. Yeah you can tell. It's dated story. That was when we could go in Papua stores. I went searching for because they normally do not go into his room. And have no idea where you normally puts things. Even though he's meticulous about where things are put so he can find them quickly when he wakes up. That sounds like you pat. I couldn't find it in any of the spots. I thought were obvious so I looked in the drawer under the foot of his bed. There was his pipe when he got home. I told him I found the pipe. And where where? And he just looked at me confused. He never uses that drawer for anything in his door. Stays locked due to pass issues with things going missing from his room so no one besides him myself and my husband could have moved it and none of us did. Bob also seems to get frustrated with my husband. My hubby is firmly on the Hashtag schemes. Team skeptic side. Oh I like her husband. This is despite the fact that Bob throws things that John from time to time. Especially if we've been talking about him recently and John has voiced his opinion that he does not believe Bob exists normally a short Shortwhile after this declaration something that John is place down near himself will fall to the floor. Once it was a plate of Spaghetti that he had put at the back of the wide of a wide dresser that was against the wall. Everyone in the room was more than arm's length away and it fell off in front of the dresser face down. We know it didn't just fall off the edge because the dresser was much wider than the plate also the Renault animals in the room at the time because we were eating in the door was closed to keep them out. Wow sounds very mischievous yeah. Poltergeists definitely in the Bob thing really rings true to me. Yeah I think Bob you know since his psychic powers to like knock play. Spaghetti off my my dresser too often things missing you believe in. I like to put Spaghetti on my dresser. I think that is the appropriate place for Spaghetti. It is the appropriate place table no dresser. Yeah totally yes there. There's our listener mail today. So that's exciting. If you've listener mail send it on over Info at ghostly podcasts dot com or you could message us on any of the socials you got it facebook and STA INSTA- instead I just caught I g Graham. I call it a G G or twitter tweets the tweets the twitter's. Yeah that place to yes. You could send it anywhere or you could even go on our website. Ghostly PODCAST DOT COM and you can click on the contact us button and there's a form right there you just fill out. He's ended off. It is definitely while I wanNA think Whitney for sending that in. That was a very good

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Ethics and Responsibility in the Jewelry Industry

Dressed: The History of Fashion

06:46 min | 1 year ago

Ethics and Responsibility in the Jewelry Industry

"I have a fun fact. Did you know that between the two holidays? Valentine's Day and Mother's DAY CASS. American spent get this on average a staggering ten billion dollars every year on jewelry. Not Surprising. And that's just those two holidays alone. That's not including you know the winter holidays including birthdays anniversaries or engagements. That's only on Valentine's Day and Mother's Day which is incredible. I had no idea. Yeah me neither. And that's actually just a small fraction of the three hundred billion dollars exchanged globally from the mining of approximately ninety million carats of rough diamonds and sixteen hundred tons of gold every single year. And of course with that colossal sum of money on the line well. Human Nature can and does falter sadly succumbing sometimes to unbridled greed and avarice often quite literally on the backs of others. How many of us have really truly considered the true cost of our jewelry. I mean we may very well recall the price that we paid for it. But what about this other price? The human and environmental cost cast in twenty eighteen activists organization. Human Rights Watch published a study which is called the hidden cost of jewelry and it highlights some really heartbreaking egregious instances of human rights abuses and environmental tragedies stemming from unscrupulous mining operations such as when in two thousand eight members of this and Bob Way military staged a bloody takeover of the diamond fields and the country's Murang`a district and they slaughtered some two hundred civilian miners for the next six years. Certain factors of the government's armed forces military and police oversaw a brutal and ruthless program of torture and forced labor including forced child labor and their class to pilfer the diamond fields in two thousand eleven. Human Rights Watch documented a pervasive program of sexual violence against workers at the hands of the private security company hired to protect the Tara Mine in Papua New Guinea. While Canadian Gold Mining Company began mining operations in the Maroteaux district of northern Uganda without even notifying or securing the necessary rights or permissions from the indigenous Karamojong community. The grim reality is that gold around your neck. The silver on your wrist the platinum on your finger or the gems in your ears may very well have come for one of these mines or others like them but do not despair dress listeners. Because today we're going to bring you an episode which hopefully informs and educates you about some of these issues that are going on in the jewelry industry and we hope to shut a light on the ever growing movement to write these wrongs and also to institute responsibility and transparency all along the supply chain in the Jewelry Industry today. We are joined by jewelry designer educator and activist. Bliss Lau to talk about ethics and responsibility in the jewelry trade and what we as a consumer can do to effect change. Bless all welcome to the show bliss. Welcome to the show thanks I'm happy to be here. Yeah we're so excited to talk about Jewelry Today. But before we delve into what? I think will be some rather surprising subject matter for a lot of our listeners. I'm hoping that you can tell us a little bit about your own background. And how did you become a jewelry designer and specifically when did you begin zeroing in on some of the problems in the jewelry industry that we're going to cover today sure I? I went to Parsons as a studied fashion design and then I actually started off as a handbag designer and I did that for several years and I used to have this handbag that had the chains down the front of it that looked like the cables of the Brooklyn Bridge and at some point because I studied fashion design. I kind of was procrastinating. And for fun I made myself a body chain with a chain that had used on my handbags and it became like a huge explosive interest in the industry. Basically like what we would call viral. Now that was actually I was viral and it was the first time I ever heard the word was when it went. Viral eventually made myself actually. My first ring was a ring called the kaleidoscope bring which is still in my collection and because I studied apparel I wanted to make a ring that referenced apparel in the sense of when you get dressed you get up every day. It's a form of identity so you choose to put on your shirt and your jacket and your outfit and is who you are and when I wanted to enter into jewelry space. I didn't want to create something. That was an imposition on your body. I wanted to create something that in that same way would give you choice. The kaleidoscope ring is one ring made a four pieces so every single day. You can choose to wear it differently and it can evoke personality. That's what I love about it. I actually am mostly a bespoke bridal designer now and I have moved into fine jewelry in around twenty fourteen and I did that because it wasn't really a plan My now husband proposed to me with a sketchbook and asked me to design my own rang and it was actually at the Metropolitan Museum at the Alexander McQueen show Oh lovely because he knows I love fashion and it was the first experience that I had in picking out a gemstone and thinking about fine jewelry and then learning about fine jewelry and eventually I stopped making costume jewelry and just fully dove into making fine jewelry and bespoke bridal so we know each other quite well so I know your work quite well. You have been struggling a lot personally with some of the ethics within the jewelry industry and this is like one of the new major directions of your work. So when did you first start becoming aware that there were problems? I mean all of us we. Everyone knows that there are certain issues when it comes to gold and diamonds and things like that but it feels like a really big idea and when it's a really big idea it doesn't feel like you can do anything and one of the things that I love about. The jewelry industry is that your industry is essentially made up of a millions and millions of independent small businesses myself included. And when I started one of the things that I did that really made me realize that I could make an impact with my design and also simultaneously made me realize how challenging it can be was

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Sean O'Beirne

Published...Or Not

09:53 min | 1 year ago

Sean O'Beirne

"Short stories are the perfect way to address a range of issues in an immediate and succinct. Way Sean Ben has done just that in his collection entitled a couple of things before the end so sean welcome to three. Ci thanks very much for having me. Now what sort of did you have in mind? It's a bit ominous sort of title. Yea Well I wouldn't be the person I mean just about everybody's GonNa soonest ought to be thinking about what the next ten twenty thirty forty s log and if you begin to read even in the mainstream press you'll start to get warnings that if the sky gets full of more particles that make the earth hotter and hotter parts of the Middle? Part of the Earth are going to become more or less uninhabitable this century and serious water and food shortages will come along with that. I mean this is nothing else but what anyone who gets anyway. Nissim Sci. He's starting to tell us Now then the question would come. Kenneth fiction serve that what can fiction do Without saying the same thing over and over but what what to do with that was really interesting to me was what would the people I grew up with. I love And also people who weren't exactly like the people I grew up with. How are we all going to be with this? What he's going to happen to to quite the people I really know once serious privation serious shortages dot to happen all around us. There's one story at the end Bunka which goes into that. We'll come to that one but there are other sorts of ends in mind here. The gained the a period in your life The end of communication is another one. That comes up. So let's delve into some of these stories and hopefully it won't be all that ominous Because there are some fascinating things here you did. The first story is called scouts. Were you ever a boy scout? I have to go ahead and say that I was a boy scout. I was a boy scout in the nineteen seventies I was very. I was particularly bad at sports which were an Australian boy his special problem but one thing I could find do with me was put me in cub scouts. And that work that worked I was especially bad at what we in. The nineteen seventies was called foot clinic Stood there disconsolate. A very small boy. Seven or eight years old in the middle of big muddy oval. And all I wanted was people might remember this. You GotTa be game at the end but for me it really was standing around in an hour on a on a baddeck not understanding really what to do with the football. I remember years ago. Michael Looney telling the story that when he was boy out in the country he was sort of Eilly united and confused by football. What you were supposed to do when the ball came down to woods him he picked it up. Held it to his chest and ran through the goals. Naturally as as one would. But it's a right of passage in some ways you know learning the not earning the badges miss but at what point do you sort of. What will does it come to an end? If we want to talk about ending but you transition the development there what was I suppose one of the things that got some pythons about being a scout? I mean they certainly some comedy as well but what was what was maybe saddle. Poignant upbeat about being a scout in the seventies wars you were participating in the system in. You didn't exactly think about lock these you'll participating in a system that was actually dying all around you which was the old British USTRALIAN loyalty. Oh British Astrid Unite. The revolt was valuable. Said they weren't sort of nineteen seventy seven nine hundred seventy eight nine hundred seventy nine a NI- uniform saluting the flag And trying to be sort of good junior soldier. Boys in a Y. Or at the very least the kind of good boy that you would have. That Biden Powell know if people remember Lord Biden Powell the founder of the Scouting Movement. But if you go back and look at scouting for boys it's the idea of kind of purposeful cleanliness in a little boy. That's also always turning into the effort to sort of locate and destroy aliens. But Tom and I don't mean I don't mean from outer space I mean the ones we leave this a militarist element. This is it. So it's it's playing soldier but it's also got an idea of self theirself idea of self control in it. There's a list of things that are good boy does that a scout does a scout prepared but a scout is also sort of honest in a tainted in some ways and I don't mean to mock all of that hopefully the thing about that stories. It's not all pissing from a high on the scouting movement. It's getting to something. Which was that? There was something in that I mean. I know we feel like this a lot now. But there's something in that old idea of self control. Which is such a daily on fashionable idea. Now the scouting movement held onto a part of it. But of course to us. It just looks ridiculous that you would wear your little uniform and your little hat and salute a flag on a Tuesday night. It's not so much ridiculous. One eventually which happens in the story eventually grows out of it yes and reevaluate says you grow older so it has its purpose in its place but as you say a lot of traditions a dying as well and they've got a reinvent. I mean the notion of a boy's group alone today. Isis audience changed another thing. That's changed the royals. You've got him on August news lead. There is an incompetent. Monarchist Focus Group pretty early in the and that comes out of the Scout Story too. Which is it goes to the whole idea of the Shia strangeness of trying to make an England down the bottom of Asia which we really did try and do. I went to London for the first time. Not that long gone about ten years ago. I had that thing that many many strengths must have had. Which is the shock of recognition that once you get through cock fosters on that train and start to going to London accord. It looks exactly like Hawthorne it looks. Exactly like Moldovan down to the last and you begin to understand why that you had before that we that that the F. It was really just to make these places again. The idea of Kemba well below Laos below. Papua we really tried for that and again I think one of the things. That's hopefully interesting about growing up. In the seventies I think the seventies there was a was a real transition time where that old idea that we could somehow Cape together an England down here began to break up and wash away and so and then then I mean then I think plenty of people listening to this would know this. But in a way the bill for that wasn't paid until the nineteen ninety s in the nineteen nineties. We had that exuberant Tom where we thought well. No no money in this and we'll just be Australian. It's all we can let England going by the nineteen ninety by the Howard years. You had the understanding that it was actually going to be something that we felt a lot more Sarah about a lot more angry about and we're going to punish somebody else but we still had politicians bringing back knighthoods and such luck. And that's you that's interesting but that was what was interesting about the Abbot Attempt. In about the time of that story about the top of that royal story where it really much to light now and even people that you wouldn't expect or the I thought the idea of Sir Prince Phillip and the first strategy night. All that's right it will be Prince Philip. Did you give Edinburgh that? The whole country in two thousand fifteen couldn't take that But just as Australia was reinventing itself oil or imagining its identity. Which is a growing sort of evolution. The monarchy is sort of caught in the same bind. Harry and Meghan done Mike it into the story necessarily only slightly but they trying to establish their own identity in a new ish. Can you hold on to the monarchy? This is where I think I mean. I think this is still true. This little against what I just said but I still think it's a strain schizophrenia. What you would think of is the oldest. Dr Steele holds a lot. Hold on a lot for monarchy and foreign idea of England that still does persist in one of the places it does possess these in those people in that royal family in the Queen and to some extent. Now I mean we tried Diana but now much more and William and Kate but the thing that Tom the thing about that he says it's just getting hotter and hotter for any family any group of individuals to actually be able to carry off what you need to do to be a barely successful enough royalty in the face of the sheer amount of virulent attention that the entertainment system is GonNa WanNa put on you. It's it's pretty much going to be impossible to be monarchy in the next fifty but also the the monarchy speaks to a tradition that goes back centuries which hasn't necessarily evolved and changed with the Moore's that go on today which is it's appeal. Which is the thing we desperately hope for that. You could point to any one group of things and say you want change will you? You'll stay the same. You promised The problem is is that as you say with them. What Harry and Megan is it. They couldn't take the deal that will often because the deal starts to get so strange which is listen. You'll be a representative of what is good in a sense. He's more self control. This idea that we're after over and over again but at the same time will pretty much persecute and you will be at you all the time. You'll open your door in the morning and hundreds of us where we tried to watch you and I I can't understand. I don't get a sense of whether this is to their credit or not. They just refuse that. Were like this is so awful. This is more or less like a kind of strange it privileged. But it's also a persecution and can leave. Just leave

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"papua" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

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09:43 min | 1 year ago

"papua" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"This is travel with Rick Steves. We're talking with Rick and Pinson and telling us about one of the most arduous journey of his life. I can along the cocoa trail in Papua New Guinea. His book is called walking with ghosts in Papua New Guinea. You call this the most grueling adventure sixty miles you know. That's that's a long hike but it's certainly not one of the longer hikes around but in dense jungle was the temperatures crazy. Were you afraid about your health. Were their animal's swinging from trees. What was it? That made it grueling. Well first of all you media advance at about a mile an hour so if you're out for six or seven hiking hours in a day you haven't really made much progress on a sixty mile trek size. You're going to be making the commitment of being seven to ten days on the journey. That's if the weather is good the jungle at times as oppressive and all you can see is thirty seven shades of green fascinating. And if you stop and listen you can hear all sorts of noises. That are observing you. And you don't know whether they're predators are birds but the sounds are fantastic particularly at night when it's his black black can be your sleep and you wake up and you think what are those choices. How Vulnerable Am I? And you're happy to be surrounded by some mates. You're probably fully aware that you are such a rookie when it comes to jungle life skills. Isn't that true and these other guys? That's just I'm thirsty. I'm GONNA climb this tree for a coconut. And they make it work. The other thing was that the pounds were to a person or porters. The helpers anyone with the cooking they were absolutely wonderful as hosts and in effect saying this is my country. I will share with you. Whatever you would like to see or learn about it. They would talk. They would tell stories and we could hear their music late at night or first thing in the morning before we were even though yeah. That's great so something I should say about. The cocoon trail is that its prominence has come because during the Second World War. It was the site of fierce fighting between the Australians and the Japanese and it was a different time than the world. We live in today. Societies are different today than they were then but for six months this was and the terms of general macarthur the worst fighting conditions anywhere in World War. Two coincident with this were the Americans at Guadalcanal. So that's the timing in nineteen forty two and we had pretty good weather on the Kakada but in nineteen forty to the September was the wettest September on record. I talked with other truckers. Who have been on there before like our guides and they were there when it was rainy. And you would take ten or twelve days to. We did in five or six right. Just because you're you're you wrote quite movingly about the Australian military campaigns and how heartbreaking. They must've been. I will tell you twice on the trip. I cried when we were in a little bit of a memorial we had stopped to talk about Butcher Hill or Brigade Hill or other places where the battles had been fierce for both sides but to think of the young lives. That were were lost in all of the brutality order. I woke up one night and it was foggy. Though that the rain and come in and it was dead quiet it must have been two three in the morning and I was this fear of what it would have been like to be thinking that somebody was maybe twelve feet away and wanted to take your life so emotionally. It was draining. I would say that most places around the world if you go to an old battle site say in Europe it's been modernized or fixed up the access routes. This looks like it did in nineteen forty two with the jungle overgrown where it wants to the jungle has its way with the path so you are walking through history but it's as it looked in nineteen forty two you wrote about gold prospectors and British colonial forces and tragedies why was there an awareness that white imperialists have had really had a brutal hand here in this on this island on the island of New Guinea me with the Spanish the British the Germans the there were colonial powers that the Dutch in Indonesia next door so a lot of that played out with sort of the territorial bits and then world war one changed that a bit World War to change more dramatically and then in the early Seventies Papua New Guinea became its own independent country with its own flag and some national anthem. And its own pride. The sometimes gets tarnished today by the the image of the rascals. Ne'er do wells who had the rascals Joe and when you're on a bus going across Papua New Guinea you've got these two bit bandits out there and they're not gonNA kill you. They're just going to take everybody off the bus take all their clothes and other jeweler and other cameras and just leave him naked there. And then they're going to laugh into the next valley What was the rascal situation for you? So we encountered it not on the trail but when we got to one of the maybe second or third largest community around there. Which IS PAPA DATA? And they were very much around the the compound the we went into the grocery store. Jovan and our motor vehicle and then the gates were closed behind us. We did our shopping. But you'll get protective compound protective armed guards because they're these quote rascals out there and they call them rascals because they're not murderous thugs they're just petty thieves. Is that the deal. Or How would you well? They are both of the above the harder they do. So the RASCALS R. A. S. K. O. L. S. The rascals. Have more from being tribal feuds to coming into the major centers not always having jobs there becomes the drug trade got a lot of initiation that sometimes for youngsters is not just robbing. But it's a salt and it's it's very hurtful things there. Also are feuds that remain unresolved from over the years and so there have been stories of truckers being accosted. Usually it is the guides. They are with the bear. The brunt of being accosted by another tribe and there are a lot of tribes. We've got an email here from Richard and Margaret River in Australia and Richard Rights. I taught in the capital city. Port-moresby at the University of Papua New Guinea for several years was very impressed at the language skills of the citizens. There there are over eight hundred languages in Papua New Guinea and most residents understand about three or four of them and actually used several languages. Were you aware of the amount of languages that society has to deal with their? I became aware of that more through research than encountering because while we hear songs in different languages being sung by the porters and some of them spoke different languages they would have talked piston or they would have about pigeon version by Papa. New Guinea has eight hundred thirty two different languages. There are six thousand eight hundred eleven languages in the world so it means that a small country small population twenty percent of all the languages in the world around that half an island exactly which has point one percent of the world's population and the only other country with eight hundred living languages is India and they're twelve percent of the world's population is so when you juxtapose that it goes back to the the early settlements were all in pocket. Valley's spread along the ocean shore up rivers and they survived on their own in their languages were totally independent structures. This has traveled for exceeds. We're talking with Rick Anthem. Sent his book is walking with ghosts in Papua New Guinea. If you just think while you were there was there a moment when you thought this is just an exposure to a different world and you're so thankful that you were there to benefit from that. I would think the middle of the night experiences when you just wake up. One Night I got up. I want to them. The Boertien was coming back and the stars and only nine thousand stars. We actually can see with the naked eye and you could see more in the southern hemisphere than in the northern hemisphere because of the tilt whatever number I looked at they were masquerading as a billion and I felt the intimidation of the night sky and being in a country where that moment. I thought I was possibly the only person awake. So that was humbling and inspiring at the same time. I bet you're glad you took your friends. Offer up to go to Papua New Guinean hike the CUCKOO trail. We you know I would turn to monk every once in a while particularly if we'd gone up something like the wall which is a nearly vertical in your hearts thumping tonight look at might say some walk across the country. But you're glad you did. I am all right Rick Antenna Fascinating the book walking with ghosts in Papua New Guinea. Thanks thank you travel with. Rick Steves it's produced by Tim. Tatton is a Kaplan Wilner and Casimiro Hall. At Rick Steves Europe in Edmonds Washington. Our website is managed by Andrew Wakeling and of our chemical we get promotional support from Sheila Rusoff. Our theme music is by Jerry. Frank thanks to the Radio Foundation in New York City for their help this week. There's more and Rick Steves dot com slash radio each year. 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"papua" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

08:45 min | 1 year ago

"papua" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"Exceptionally high tides in the Venice Lagoon caused near record flooding in November. Twenty nineteen just a bit. We'll check in with Italy cultural expert Fred Plotkin and with a resident who had to clean up after the Aqua Alta flooded the ground floor of her home they'll share some interesting perspectives with us on. Why the high waters in Venice are getting more and more serious and travel writer? Canton's and tells us about one of the toughest hikes up his life when he crossed the historic coca trail Papua New Guinea. Let's start with a look at the Mardi Gras and Carnival celebrations going on in Basque country. The customs and street parties will vary from town to town one of the oldest cultures in Europe. The Basques include some interesting public festivities in the days leading up to the fasting period of length traditions. That sometimes go back further than anyone can remember for a peek at how they do carnival in Basque country. We're joined by Claire Noah. She's from Hess Barron in the French Basque country and a Gustin lives in San Sebastian. On the Spanish side of the border. Welcome Claire and Augustine. Thank you very much so first of all. You're both from best country. Claire who are the Basques just very briefly and the basket is one of the oldest civilization in Europe and we are divided on those two parts one in France in another Barton Spain and Augustine. Those the language of Basque people yes. We speak Basque language which we call Skater. Who Scatter I WANNA talk about. Carnival carnival basically is the blow out before lent that leads up to Holy Week and Easter. It goes way back to even pre Christian Times on trying to get through the winter and there's a hope for resurrection for new crops in the fields for the end of the hunger time and the darkest depths of winter. I think the meat was going to go bad. And they had to eat it. All or something or carnival. Carney is the word meat and that led up to forty days of denial lent and then Easter so we know Mardi Gras in New Orleans. That's basically fat Tuesday in French. And IT'S CARNIVAL TIME RIGHT. Turn tell me about carnival. Because it's a big deal in Basque country. A Gustin what is carnival in your perspective. As a person in Basque country we have to waste of Celebrating carnival the more more than Christian celebrations. There are more popular on the Spanish side on the more traditional Pagan celebrations. That you can find in the past country of France. The difference is the recent history. I mean this pagan celebrations were banned by the dictator Franco for thirty five years He banned the use of the language and all kind of Celebrations related to pass or and this was banned. Sue was probably lost the in that time. So let me get this straight. You've got Basque culture. Which is a lot of ways? The same in France and in Spain but carnival is a mix of Christian and pagan traditions. And when you see these crazy creatures jumping up and down in Europe in many cultures it's pre Christian and it's a way to integrate the the indigenous religion in ancient times with the Christian. The newer religion and Franco was allied very carefully with the Catholic Church in Spain. He didn't want any pagan influence in the Spanish Basque country so he said this is a Christian festival none of that Pagan stuff but in France they were more free to have let loose with the pagan craziness. Correct correct Franco considered himself the highest representation of the Catholic Church and turn the country into a religious state Now clear I would imagine in France. Then you have some pretty wild costumes when people dress up during carnival especially where the Pagans go crazy in the French side of the border. What is the carnival? Can you just were on radio but paint a picture for look like for me? It's colorful with many natural things so we will have flowers leaves and we will have ribbons. We will have a chilling chuck which is a small bells everywhere. So you have to hear the carnival and you have to say it's an explosion. Okay of joy. It's just a moment where you go out from last year and everything that went wrong and you wish something really good for the next one so you just have to explodes yourself and just let it go. Go out with your animal part of you. Let your animal free and you're inside and we all have this side in so we have just. This is the perfect moment just to and then you start again so you dress up. There's music there's staying up all night. What's going on in different places? You've got different carnivals into French part of the Basque country three provinces for example Nepali which is really famous. You've got cash Celtic. So those people are going from house to house every weekend before carnival low even after they go to each house. They had get to know the neighborhood. So it's kind of ritual and they'll go to every house they sing. They play music. They DANCE. They share several cups of wine. And then it's a big party the tired but it's it's really nice. This is so interesting because I've been going to the best country for a long time and I have to be honest. I feel there's more character and enthusiasm in Spain because the French Basques are more French to me. More controlled by Peres but here on carnival. You let that ask animal that when you hear Claire. Talking about that from the Spanish Basque side on Carnival do you relate to have an animal you're gonNA lose all And fortunately now we have just a couple of little towns in the north of Navarro which are having the celebration in which the these men are carrying big belts that are bouncing and making big noise. Dig Like cowbells accounting. Yes huge cultures. A lot of this You know animal caretaking in the Malki. As the purpose of it is to wake the nature awake. The youth. Springtime is communist very much related to the end of winter. Welcome in the New Year and also we can in the nature and the spring is coming. So he's very much really. That's something you can see in two different towns in the north of Pamplona Navarre and also a couple of towns in the area outside San Sebastian. When I think of eastern Spain anyways I think of processions solemn processions like in savvy and so on some Amazon Too Holy Week Carnival feels a little more. Just apart and in. Holy Week is more sacred. Yes especially in the spiny side. You'RE GONNA see is big. Parades like you'd like him to turn off taller than most popular. One people go from all the areas. Go and see this parade. Our guest from Basque country are Agustin Cerita from San Sebastian Spain and Claire. Moya from aspirin a little town outside zone in the southwest corner of France. They're sharing. What makes the days leading up to ash Wednesday special and Basque country and what their traditions include on both sides of the border so clear got this image of being in the middle of all this festivity and chaos and music and happy people help me just better understand it. First of all people are dressed up like animals. What kind of animals would they be? So demane animal is a bear. Okay so the bear is opening the spring so the bear will be around. He will care the Children. And then you've got people with long hats horns flowers mirrors and ribbons everywhere so mirrors on their head yet and ahead and hot long heads. Yeah long hunted. Punted has been these these what color the pointed with many flowers. So you need to represent nature. And then they hire a Cornucopia of life really. That's right okay. And what else have also skirt with A sheep wool the horns and then also a natural shoes at whatever you find in nature you do it like trees or whatever you find. These are a bunch of little ferry Elvis and so on coming out of the woods and stirring up all the energy of people. What about the music? What kind of music? We've got a lot of music really punchy. And a lot of songs linked to Legendary people are the witches. Or whatever would this be kind of just noisy ringing bells and hitting drums or is it actually melodic? We've got to we've got the drums and the bells just to make a lot of noise to wake everybody. And then we've got ours. We single out in the Basque country. So we have a songs with all the people getting together. It must be a time when the community feels like. It's one big family. Oh yes and that's part of the beauty. It's part of ritual to be together and have fun. This is travel with Rick Steves. We're.

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The Basque Carnivals

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06:24 min | 1 year ago

The Basque Carnivals

"Let's start with a look at the Mardi Gras and Carnival celebrations going on in Basque country. The customs and street parties will vary from town to town one of the oldest cultures in Europe. The Basques include some interesting public festivities in the days leading up to the fasting period of length traditions. That sometimes go back further than anyone can remember for a peek at how they do carnival in Basque country. We're joined by Claire Noah. She's from Hess Barron in the French Basque country and a Gustin lives in San Sebastian. On the Spanish side of the border. Welcome Claire and Augustine. Thank you very much so first of all. You're both from best country. Claire who are the Basques just very briefly and the basket is one of the oldest civilization in Europe and we are divided on those two parts one in France in another Barton Spain and Augustine. Those the language of Basque people yes. We speak Basque language which we call Skater. Who Scatter I WANNA talk about. Carnival carnival basically is the blow out before lent that leads up to Holy Week and Easter. It goes way back to even pre Christian Times on trying to get through the winter and there's a hope for resurrection for new crops in the fields for the end of the hunger time and the darkest depths of winter. I think the meat was going to go bad. And they had to eat it. All or something or carnival. Carney is the word meat and that led up to forty days of denial lent and then Easter so we know Mardi Gras in New Orleans. That's basically fat Tuesday in French. And IT'S CARNIVAL TIME RIGHT. Turn tell me about carnival. Because it's a big deal in Basque country. A Gustin what is carnival in your perspective. As a person in Basque country we have to waste of Celebrating carnival the more more than Christian celebrations. There are more popular on the Spanish side on the more traditional Pagan celebrations. That you can find in the past country of France. The difference is the recent history. I mean this pagan celebrations were banned by the dictator Franco for thirty five years He banned the use of the language and all kind of Celebrations related to pass or and this was banned. Sue was probably lost the in that time. So let me get this straight. You've got Basque culture. Which is a lot of ways? The same in France and in Spain but carnival is a mix of Christian and pagan traditions. And when you see these crazy creatures jumping up and down in Europe in many cultures it's pre Christian and it's a way to integrate the the indigenous religion in ancient times with the Christian. The newer religion and Franco was allied very carefully with the Catholic Church in Spain. He didn't want any pagan influence in the Spanish Basque country so he said this is a Christian festival none of that Pagan stuff but in France they were more free to have let loose with the pagan craziness. Correct correct Franco considered himself the highest representation of the Catholic Church and turn the country into a religious state Now clear I would imagine in France. Then you have some pretty wild costumes when people dress up during carnival especially where the Pagans go crazy in the French side of the border. What is the carnival? Can you just were on radio but paint a picture for look like for me? It's colorful with many natural things so we will have flowers leaves and we will have ribbons. We will have a chilling chuck which is a small bells everywhere. So you have to hear the carnival and you have to say it's an explosion. Okay of joy. It's just a moment where you go out from last year and everything that went wrong and you wish something really good for the next one so you just have to explodes yourself and just let it go. Go out with your animal part of you. Let your animal free and you're inside and we all have this side in so we have just. This is the perfect moment just to and then you start again so you dress up. There's music there's staying up all night. What's going on in different places? You've got different carnivals into French part of the Basque country three provinces for example Nepali which is really famous. You've got cash Celtic. So those people are going from house to house every weekend before carnival low even after they go to each house. They had get to know the neighborhood. So it's kind of ritual and they'll go to every house they sing. They play music. They DANCE. They share several cups of wine. And then it's a big party the tired but it's it's really nice. This is so interesting because I've been going to the best country for a long time and I have to be honest. I feel there's more character and enthusiasm in Spain because the French Basques are more French to me. More controlled by Peres but here on carnival. You let that ask animal that when you hear Claire. Talking about that from the Spanish Basque side on Carnival do you relate to have an animal you're gonNA lose all And fortunately now we have just a couple of little towns in the north of Navarro which are having the celebration in which the these men are carrying big belts that are bouncing and making big noise. Dig Like cowbells accounting. Yes huge cultures. A lot of this You know animal caretaking in the Malki. As the purpose of it is to wake the nature awake. The youth. Springtime is communist very much related to the end of winter. Welcome in the New Year and also we can in the nature and the spring is coming. So he's very much really. That's something you can see in two different towns in the north of Pamplona Navarre and also a couple of towns in the area outside San Sebastian. When I think of eastern Spain anyways I think of processions solemn processions like in savvy and so on some Amazon Too Holy Week Carnival feels a little more. Just apart and in. Holy Week is more sacred. Yes especially in the spiny side. You'RE GONNA see is big. Parades like you'd like him to turn off taller than most popular. One people go from all the areas. Go and see this parade. Our guest from Basque country are Agustin Cerita from San Sebastian Spain and Claire. Moya from aspirin a little town outside zone in the southwest corner of France.

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New opportunity to boost Indonesia-Australia economic ties - The Jakarta Post

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12:55 min | 1 year ago

New opportunity to boost Indonesia-Australia economic ties - The Jakarta Post

"Few international problems in the post world war. Two era have proved difficult for our nation as development of friendly policy towards indonesia. Just think about it. Jakarta's annexation of west papua in nine hundred sixty to the attempted coup d'etat and successful counter-coup by the indonesian army that was nineteen sixty five the invasion of as. Taymor seventy five. The dili massacre ninety. One the east team or mission in ninety nine. And who can forget the controversies over terror. Attacks live cadillacs bullpens successive wives of boatpeople this spying revelations and drug trade and of course those executions so has president jarkko daito or jacuzzi or jacoby as he's known has. His visit marked a new era in australia. Indonesia relations this week to cowie was only the second indonesian leader to address a joint sitting of parliament and he came to camera bearing a gift. He's approval of the trade deal between our two countries. Greg feely is associate professor of indonesian politics at the australian national university's college of asia and the pacific and diming kingsbury is professor international politics at deakin university in melbourne. greg damian. Welcome back to our in. Thank you now damien. Does that you kelly visit this week. Does that maka a dramatic breakthrough in australia. Indonesia relations look it's a really positive sign and it does mock an improvement in relations but i don think in itself comprises an entirely new relationship. It's just a step in the right direction. Okay so the the relationship still presumably dogged by bitterness and suspicion but it was obvious support and even warmth towards education from both sides of politics gregg fairly. Yes that's right i think The y.`all would characterize it is the jacobi visa was building on the breakthrough which is the comprehensive economic partnership agreement. That was signed early last year. And what saw with dakota's visa was. He's personal preparedness and preparedness. He's government to really put its white behind the agreement. I think a lot of people think the agreement in pie terms is very good but the question is canopy implemented properly. Can the red type be cleared away in indonesia. Can we persuade australian businesses to invest more Generously in indonesia and i think the jacoby visa guy very positive signs for that still a lot of things to done for that The potential of that agreement to be realized but it was really good. Move in that direction. Again it's been said that. The many lingering suspicions profile in jakarta indonesians still resent l leading role insecure in a team os independence because it was more than twenty years ago. Yes i think One of the ironies here he said indonesia now has very good relations with east t- more and he's teamer leaders Fighted in fact when i go to jakarta and the strata is still has this legacy of suspicion towards indonesia. I think you have to back. Partly in history this great saints vulnerability that Many asians feel that logic countries or large countries around them at trying to split up their country to conduct. Bulkin is it and the ace taymor. Even though he's team always not part of the original borders of the dutch colony. Die still feel that as team will confirmed that Other countries have these designs upon the country and upon its unity and after his team. More focusing shifted to papa. This strategy may still want to divide papua dining. You've written a lot about west papua and at the heart of the standoff in two thousand and six paul showed that something like seventy five percent of australian supported independence for the former dutch colony. This why the indonesians are uneasy about estrada's position. He certainly one of the issues in the makeup of mistrust and complexity in the relationship There's there's been longstanding depths in jakarta's to either strang government doesn't do more to acquire pro-separatist Sentiment in australia. They believe the particularly the ngo sector has played a role in stirring up separatist sentiment in west. Papua and there is Continuing concern that australia has too much of a focus particularly on eastern indonesia which is also the poorest part of the country. Well how then do we bridge. These divides greg. I mean to. What extent is this new free. Try deal. This is the so-called indonesia australia comprehensive economic partnership agreement. Ten years in the making to what extent does that he'll these divisions. I don't know that it heals the divisions poseidon. I think many of the the list of things you you sit out at the beginning of the interview. I think we have always had the potential. I knew things like that to occur but one of the consistently underperforming parts of the bilateral relationship has been the economic ties and so this comprehensive agreement will hopefully see much more economic activity between the two countries and that in itself might provide some kind of deepest ability but if the economic relationship expand by site thirty to forty percents in the next few years diamond. Wouldn't the free try deal really mocking important development for the relationship a look. There's no question that it's an important step in in in strengthening relationship. This guy is back to what gareth evans was talking about in the nineteen eighties. Where he said we needed to add ballast to the relationship unbalanced. He meant if we can get a strong economic relationship between australia and indonesia implies than the rest of it will follow behind because there will be a an upfront primary interest in preserving the economic relationship. And that's always been a difficulty. In the relations destroy and strength companies have invested in indonesia but not to a great extent. The head found difficulties. There this free trade agreement certainly opens up more opportunity for investments and tried but again and again as greg has alluded to. I think the question will be. How much strategies is to take out this opportunity and whether or not they say the the problems of doing business in indonesia over combat is free trade agreement whether or not there's going to be impediments to a greater degree of engagement. My guests greg. Feely from new in camera and damien. Kingsbury from deacon in melvin. And here's a little fun fact. This is according to the australian this week. It was chris. Bowen the library from benca podcast on iran and between the lines. It was chris bowen in his shirt who walked away the most chuffed with these brave. Jacoby interaction we he. The president complimented bowen's flawless fluency in indonesian. Little known fact chris. Bowen speaks indonesian now. A few years ago china's president she addressed indonesia's legislature to great fanfare. So the fees guy. Now what's the nature of the relationship now between jakarta and beijing greg. There's a lot of similarities between indonesia's relations with china and distributors Janis niger economic partner for indonesia. It's also niger investor in the country indonesia's increasing the Pot of china's belt and road initiative. So it's getting a lot of development money. These increasing penetration of lodge chinese corporations building infrastructure for example hospitalized row link between the capital jakarta and the regional capital abandon So there's a. There's a lot of economic activity happening and president. She has very good personal relationship with prisoner jacoby but they're also tensions. One of the tensions is chinese fishing boat incursions into indonesian territorial waters In near the south china sea in the name of the island of tuna and that causes a lot of angst in indonesia sometimes confrontation between Nio vessels of both countries. Another problem is a fairly high level of underwent lying suspicion towards the chinese in indonesia so this often bubbles politically to the surface in indonesia and people say that indonesia is at risk of losing some sovereignty to the chinese and so this is always a break for a leader. Such as jacoby who badly needs chinese investment and the development expertise if he saying as Ext doing that excessively will then he will be attacked for that. Well could chana's rise than i mean. It's obviously threatening. The integrity of sovereign states around the region diamond could could china's roz helped draw camera and jakarta even closer. Yes look there's been a discussion now going back several years in canberra about a closest security relationship within the news yet it seems to be a natural hartman in the region Geography i think determines that to a large extent but our strategic interests similar in relation to china about countries want to have a strong economic relationship with china We want to have china's investments and tried to sell into china but we also want to limit china's expansion in the region strategic rich particularly in the south china sea and In relation to them turner islands which is at the southwest of the south china saying there is neither lapping climbed by china and indonesia. And that's what to the tensions of mid january this year. What we're seeing though is. Indonesia is welcoming china roman hand but in terms of economic growth and development but in terms of china's growing strategic runyon ambition. There's a great deal of skepticism. I think in indonesia as the reason chinandega familiar story. Now let's turn finally gentlemen to indonesia internally. Let's get your reaction to something. The indonesian journalist. Julia sirak osama. This is what she told my. Rn colleague andrew west. This week joey. His record on democracy and human rights has declined and in fact now many activists think that not just activists observers think that democracy indonesia has lowest point in twenty years. It is ironic since when we had the reform era after suharto stepped down. That was supposed to be the beginning of democratization in indonesia but that has opened up a pandora's box and released all the traditional religious conservatives and mainly religious groups has sacrificed human rights. And what he says in a book phobia and intolerance for the sake. Offline call stability. Indonesian journalist julia sura kasama on iran's religion and ethics program. This week diming kingsbury. Look i think that Jacoby has moved in a couple of areas which have raised eyebrows. About his commitment to a plurality and human rights particular around the issues of religion and religious tolerance and so on. But broadly. I think jacoby is an inheritor of the reform tradition particularly that started by cecilia among indiana and that he really is deepening and embedding democratic practice. If we some limitations around the edges. Yeah well greg failure. I mean it's often argued that indonesia the fourth because nation in the world. We tend to forget that. It represents a persistent triumph of democracy this the nation journalists big for a lot of activists when she says that the indonesian ideal of tolerance really has been destroyed. So i think it's probably i'll i think she's somewhat. This is always a matter of the bites. Don't mean any disrespect to julius Sort of kasuma but Under jacoby in fact. Religious tolerance has somewhat improved on democracy. Some of the things that jacoby has initiated have really harmed the quality of democracy and there are several things that are being discussed by. he's government wrought now and by the parliament which if implemented could be a considerable reversal. He wouldn't stop indonesia being a democracy. But it would reduce the quality of the democracy greg damian and important discussion. Thanks so much again for being on our end

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Zac Efron falls ill while filming reality show Killing Zac Efron

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Zac Efron falls ill while filming reality show Killing Zac Efron

"First actor Zac Efron has survived a health scare it's life imitating art while filming a show called killing Zac Efron in Papua New Guinea Zac Efron was reportedly nearly killed by a sudden illness Efron was reportedly airlifted to Australia for treatment of a bacterial infection possibly typhoid transmitted to patients by contaminated food or water before the infection hit Efron was seen with a tour guide in Papua New Guinea the store confirming his ordeal on social media posting that he did get sick but bounced back quick thinking his well wishers many of whom fell in love with that from when he was a teen heartthrob in high school musical before taking on more dramatic

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Actor Zac Efron is home after falling ill in Papua New Guinea

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Actor Zac Efron is home after falling ill in Papua New Guinea

"Efron was hospitalized after contracting a bacterial infection while filming his new reality series and Papua New Guinea but the actor quickly bounced back and was able to spend the holidays at home following the health scare he announced on Twitter yesterday it's unclear what Zac Effron was stricken with with vulture sites reports that may have been typhoid a deadly bacterial disease that spreads through food and water

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Bougainville Votes for Independence From Papua New Guinea

Morning Edition

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Bougainville Votes for Independence From Papua New Guinea

"The world's youngest country of south Sudan which won independence in two thousand eleven soon a new nation could be born the Pacific island group called Loganville voted for independence it was a non binding referendum but after an overwhelming vote it's three hundred thousand people can try to work out independence from Papua New Guinea who knows give a couple hundred years and maybe that nation will be as harmonious and stable

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"papua" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"papua" Discussed on AP News

"Jenna voted overwhelmingly to gain independence from Papua New Guinea the Bougainville referendum commission chairman says more than ninety eight percent of the ballots cast in the non binding referendum we're in favor of independence the only other option in the vote was greater autonomy from Papua New Guinea independence would still need to be negotiated between leaders from Bougainville in Papua New Guinea and the final say would then go to lawmakers in the Papua New Guinea parliament the process of becoming a separate nation could take years to achieve Turkey is making a big threat in retaliation to possible US sanctions A. P.'s at Charles de Ledesma reports the foreign minister is suggesting the US could be barred from using two strategic air bases in the country the bad news shop the show new comments come amid reports that American lawmakers have agreed on a defense bill that includes calls to sanction Turkey over its decision to proceed with the purchase deployment of Russian made as four hundred missile defense systems now shop the show Lou says in the event all the decision to sanction Turkey the ad basis could be brought on to the agenda he added Congress members must understand that it is not possible to get anywhere with sanctions I'm Charles of this month impeachment debate I'm to McGuire than a P. news minute each member of the house Judiciary Committee has a chance to give an opening statement in the debate over the two articles of impeachment introduced against president trump Florida Democrat Ted Deutch says trump has continually disregarded Congress when it comes to his use of the presidency for his own gain the ongoing pattern of this president's abuse of power is obstruction of investigations refusing to turn over even one document Ohio Republican Jim Jordan says house Democrats have been bent on ousting trump since he took office this is about one basic fact the Democrats have never accepted the will of the American people three weeks ago Nancy Pelosi called the president of the United States an impostor and the attacks on the president started before the election the committee votes tomorrow on the articles which will then go to the full house for a vote next week if trump is impeached in that both the GOP controlled Senate will hold a trial I'm to McGuire AP digital news back in a moment thank.

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Bougainville votes for independence from Papua New Guinea

BBC World Service

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Bougainville votes for independence from Papua New Guinea

"The islands of Bougainville in the South Pacific have voted overwhelmingly in favor of independence from Papua New Guinea ninety eight percent of the votes const backed independence the poll is non binding but is a step towards creating the world's newest

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Bougainville vote could help create world’s newest nation

AP 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Bougainville vote could help create world’s newest nation

"A new nation could be formed in the Solomon Islands following a historic referendum the Pacific people of Bougainville are voting to decide if they want to gain independence from Papua New Guinea the referendum will run over two weeks the vote will not be the final word for the two hundred fifty thousand people of Bougainville the referendum is non binding and vote favoring independence will need to be negotiated by leaders from Bougainville in Papua New Guinea

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Bougainville vote could help create world’s newest nation

AP 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Bougainville vote could help create world’s newest nation

"A new nation could be formed in the Solomon Islands following a historic referendum the Pacific people of Bougainville are voting to decide if they want to gain independence from Papua New Guinea the referendum will run over two weeks the vote will not be the final word for the two hundred fifty thousand people of Bougainville the referendum is not binding and vote favoring independence will need to be negotiated by leaders from Bougainville in Papua New

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Bougainville vote could help create world’s newest nation

AP 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Bougainville vote could help create world’s newest nation

"A new nation could be formed in the Solomon Islands following a historic referendum the Pacific people of Bougainville are voting to decide if they want to gain independence from Papua New Guinea the referendum will run over two weeks the vote will not be the final word for the two hundred fifty thousand people of Bougainville the referendum is not binding and vote favoring independence will need to be negotiated by leaders from Bougainville in Papua New

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Cancer patients in Papua New Guinea forced offshore

Correspondents Report

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Cancer patients in Papua New Guinea forced offshore

"If you get cancer there's currently no hope of radiotherapy even where it might be the best treatment doctors instead have to rely on chemotherapy. Emma therapy leaving patients desperately trying to fundraise to get radiotherapy overseas. It's a story. Our correspondent Natalie whiting has been following since she moved to. PNG A year a year ago. PNG's only radiotherapy machine has been sitting idle for three years as Natalie reports the promised by the Health Minister to get the service operating again Bought October has come to nothing.

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Meet Two MacArthur 'Genius Grant' Scientists

Short Wave

07:26 min | 1 year ago

Meet Two MacArthur 'Genius Grant' Scientists

"All right kwong scientists show and tell tell me about our geologists Andrea Dutton well we described Andrea as like a CSI investigator of sea level rise but I would also consider her a time traveler to she looked specifically for fossil coral goals from this period called the last interglacial one hundred twenty five thousand years ago Oh so bp what before the podcast gone it's terrible joke anyway last interglacial earth was a little warmer than it is now and her work suggests that oceans were twenty to thirty feet higher than they are today Whoa yeah and by gathering data from the last time Earth got the swarm the last interglacial win ice sheets melted and sea levels rose Andrea can offer insights into how it could all go down in our present day okay that that is very cool and seems relevant Is there anything interesting that she's learned so far okay well Andrew told me about this one trip to the Seychelles this island nation in the Indian Ocean where her team found fossil corals at a really high elevation really high and that freaked her out why's that that's because Andrea new in that moment that in order for the corals have been that high for the ocean who've risen to that point put them there the Antarctic ice sheet must have been melting at that time that's the the single biggest massive ice on earth so when we got this result in the Seychelles I did walk away from the outcrop and I sat down on the beach and I thought myself you know what people are not going to like this because I knew right away meant that in artists have contributed a lot of ice melted and that was not good news for our future because it means that we may be headed in the same direction meaning the Antarctic icesheet may melt and contribute to sea level rise in the same way in our time so we have some clarity on what the future could look like because Andrea is traveling back in time to gather this information from oceans in the ancient past I'm into it I'm nervous about it but I'm into it yeah okay so tell me about the other Macarthur winner tell me about Stacey Stacey Jupiter I'm forty three years old and I'm the Melania director with the Wildlife Conservation Society Melanesia is a region in the Pacific Ocean home to all these island nations Fiji where she's located Papua New Guinea the Solomon Islands just to name a few the water is just beyond her doorstep and I'm trying to get out as much as I can and take my three year old son out as well we love to go for puddle and just show him the crabs on the seawall and we'd go look for sea snakes or raise that might scoot off as we go over them so it's a nice place just to look out and be inspired by the Marine Environment Fiji is spread across three hundred islands stacey lives in the capital Suva where she thinks a lot about how to work with locals around conservation okay how does she do well she not only looks at the hard science of what's happening to say the fish the coral reefs but the environmental factors human activity to for her conservation means not only protecting the land but the people who live on continuing their need for sustainable jobs access to natural resources their physical health or mental health sometimes this looks like formal programs other times it looks like this Oh okay this is my favorite type of sites communication what you're watching is a youtube clip of one hundred twenty five people disco dancing in the streets of Suva organized this flash mob with the motto Moran eggs more fish like all flash they're calling on the government to protect areas where fish come together to reproduce they're kind of like discos okay this frenzy of fish movement as they release their eggs and that's why it was a disco inspired flash mob this is some solid science outreach right here so fun that's not all Stacey has done she's commissioned a comic book why is she having so much fun during science I did not have this much fun well it's because you didn't help commission back in the river so they have this epic journey they come across all these obstacles on the way and to explain this whole process to kids she created a comic book called the adventures of Joe Jacobi he's a little bit precocious he gets lost from the rest of his school and he ends up having to go back upstream with this kind of crazy inventor scientists crab and his sidekicks now and through the story of them trying to get upstream defined his home they encounter all of the different hazards of human impact all along the way like fishing and dams and river sediment and then the Wildlife Conservation Society's Fiji program which Stacey used to run turned the comic book into a puppet show routed to schools and kids loved it I was onboard until puppets got involved you would love this matty in the moment right after the DOJ Gobi puppet encounters Barracuda are you sure it's just not them screaming because there's nobody knows the mysteries of children all the kids were given river-monitoring kits afterwards with the idea of encouraging there virtue of the land one day as adults indigenous people have tenure over about eighty seven to ninety eight percent of all of the land in Melanesia until it re the is those kids when they grow up they're the ones who will be looking after the place because they they own the land and they have the rights to say whether or not they're going to sleep this is pretty amazing like the level of creativity here and engagement and fun I am all for this sands puppets yeah over the phone in before our interview Stacy said to me look I'm trained in science but what moves people is stories each creativity is a big part of how she approaches commercialisation and your field and try to stay within one field and say you are the expert on this one particular topic but for myself I always didn't rebelled against that I really wanted to be more of a generalist and able to look across disciplines across different habitats and I think that and that's what's needed stacy's to tackle these seemingly intractable global problems stacey and Andrea they work on opposite sides of the world but they know each other and Andrea actually works with another macarthur fellow in this cohort Jerry Metro Rica at Harvard he interprets her data about corals so that it can

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The impact of Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge visit to Pakistan

Correspondents Report

06:45 min | 1 year ago

The impact of Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge visit to Pakistan

"Now two time when Indonesia is under increasing scrutiny over its human rights record in Papua much of it from neighbouring Pacific nations it suddenly announced plans to fund an intern and Bukavu that report from Indonesia

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"papua" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"papua" Discussed on KOMO

"Have been found four discovered inside structures one outside a structure, bringing the total dead to seventy six officials are focusing their efforts on finding the missing is the number continues to rise sheriff Corey Honi Butte county employing people to check the missing list. I hope people will do their best to help us. Check those lists and call in and let us know that they are safe. So that we can begin to get them off the list and devote resources to other Peres there over twelve hundred names on the unaccounted for list. President Trump visiting California's Saturday praise local officials first responders and military assistance saying permits to rebuild. We'll be expedited in northern and southern California. I have to say the government officials have done an incredible job. The death toll stands at three from the wildfires in the south President Trump also went to Thousand Oaks to meet with family members of the victims of the mass shooting at the borderline bar and grill were twelve died following his comments in Papua New Guinea, vice president Pence met with reporters and commented on the murder of Washington Post columnist Jim kashogi, we're gonna make sure we find out who's responsible. And we hold them all accountable that being said, I know that the president is going to make decisions in the context of an enormously important strategic relationship with Saudi Arabia. In California Democrat gilson's says narrows flipped Orange County's thirty ninth district winning the Republican held seat over Kim ja our young Kim the last remaining undecided. House contest was finalized Saturday. Kim tweeted Saturday night this evening. I called gilt says narrows to congratulate him and offer him my best wishes in congress Florida is suing the nation's two largest drugstore chains alleging they added to the state's opioid crisis. Attorney general Pam Bondi edit Walgreens and CVS to a state court lawsuit filed last spring. You're listening to ABC news. Texting enrolls for current meeting marketing. Text message and data rates may apply. Texting privacy rules in terms conditions at textiles that US. Hello, america. This is Martha Stewart now, you can cook great tasting dinners at home, and it's.

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"papua" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"papua" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Five more human remains have been found four discovered inside structures one outside a structure, bringing the total dead to seventy six officials are focusing their efforts on finding the missing is the number continues to rise sheriff Corey Honi a beard county appoint people to check the missing list. I hope people will do their best to help us. A check those lists and call in and let us know that they are safe. So that we can begin to get them off the list and in devote resources to other areas. There are over twelve hundred names of the unaccounted for list. President Trump visiting California's Saturday praise local officials first responders and Bill Terry assistance, saying permits to rebuild. We'll be expedited in northern and southern California. I have to say the government officials have done an incredible job. The death toll stands at three from the wildfires in the south President Trump also went to Thousand Oaks to meet with family members of the victims of the mass shooting at the borderline bar and grill were twelve. Died following his comments in Papua New Guinea, vice president Pence met with reporters and commented on the murder of Washington Post columnist Jim kashogi, we're gonna make sure we find out who's responsible. And we hold them all accountable that being said, I know that the president is going to make his decisions in the context of an enormously important strategic relationship with Saudi Arabia in California Democrat gilson's narrows flipped Orange County's nine district winning the Republican held seat over Kim ja young Kim the last remaining undecided. House contest was finalized Saturday. Kim tweeted Saturday night this evening, I called gilson's narrows to congratulate him and offer him my best wishes in congress Florida is suing the nation's two largest drugstore chains alleging they added to the state's opioid crisis. Attorney general Pam Bondi at Walgreens and CVS to a state court lawsuit filed last spring. You're listening to ABC news..

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"papua" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"papua" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Five more human remains have been found four discovered inside structures one outside a structure, bringing the total dead to seventy six officials are focusing their efforts on finding the missing is the number continues to rise sheriff Corey Honi of Butte county employing people to check the missing list. I hope people will do their best to help us. Check those lists and call in and let us know that they are safe. So that we can begin to get them off the list into resources to other areas there over twelve hundred names on the unaccounted for list. President Trump visiting California's Saturday praise local officials first responders and military assistance saying permits to rebuild. We'll be expedited in northern and southern California. I have to say the government officials have done an incredible job. The death toll stands at three from the wildfires in the south President Trump also went two Thousand Oaks to meet with family members of the victims of the mass shooting at the borderline bar and grill where twelve died following his comments in Papua New Guinea, vice president Pence that with reporters and commented on the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal kashogi we're gonna make sure we find out who's responsible. And we hold them all accountable that being said, I know that the president is going to make decisions in the context of an enormously important strategic relationship with Saudi Arabia. And California Democrat gilson's narrows flipped Orange County's thirty ninth district winning the Republican held seat over Kim. You young Kim. The last remaining undecided. House contest was finalized Saturday. Kim tweeted Saturday night this evening, I called gilson's narrows to congratulate him and offer him my best wishes in congress Florida is suing the nation's two largest drugstore chains alleging they added to the state's opioid crisis. Attorney general Pam Bondi at Walgreens and CVS to a state court lawsuit filed last spring. You're listening to ABC news. WTMJ annex wealth management studio. This is News Radio WTMJ.

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"papua" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"papua" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The traffic getting i'm sorry traffic daddy daddy never had a really good weekend mixed bag weatherwise starch festival stepping down there i was there the whole weekend i my highlighted the weekend i think was saturday morning when we were trying to get electra seagoing for a vendor and i have both of these like generator cables in my hand is getting ready to slug him in and the guy next to me goes you're standing hey green yeah it was a little challenging getting going saturday morning but once we did about one thirty three and stopped and people came your horrible would probably make the same mistake and not even think about that either you don't think about it no they were just like you're trying to get people going and it was it was a little bit of a rough start just because the weather was not great but it was a great weekend other after that was fun she has a different tastes nachos now insights a berber so inside i'm covering every aspect of mice again with burn new website called the crispy palate oh my gosh that is funny wish i go what did you do this weekend great it was a great week at the super fun let's see here it was a decent weekend better there's been worse there's been better i will the highlight obviously is natural mama and let's see here there we went down to we went to a noga to spend time with my fatherinlaw we we went down to an organization papa's because momma ha's was that a was that a bridal shower that the gays were not allowed at i tried to we tried to weasel our way and we were promptly told in no uncertain terms that we were not invited i love it which we were not invited so we were buyer selves with papua's and we went down to the classic car show and inoka and we.

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"papua" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

NPR's World Story of the Day

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"papua" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

"Legal in papua new guinea but it's rarely prosecuted instead of turning to police survivors are much more likely to go to family members or their community for justice an estimated two out of three women in papua new guinea experience abuse at the hands of an intimate partner according to the world health organization and other aid groups it's one of the highest rates in the world outside of a conflict zone economic independence is generally seen as a way to prevent abuse if you aren't financially dependent on your partner you can always leave them but in papua new guinea the conventional wisdom seems to backfire says richard e cig austrailia national university who spoke over skype jc pound zoo some guy so any powerful woman you seen as a loss cement so basically they wanna keep the status close them then the athol within aso so that entails bullying their logs beating them up but it's hard to do anything about that one desperation pushed you into this work in the first place in greco women draped hand woven string bags over the chain link fence in the center of town near the supermarket men sell woven baskets and handicrafts tourists about eighty percent of papua new guineans participate in the informal economy but the beetle that sellers are the ones who get harassed along the dirt road leading into the settlement down the hill an older woman with long dreadlocks who asked not to be named sits alongside the vegetable vendors she sells a small pile of smooth green beetle nuts on a handkerchief in the afternoon sun each is about the size of a walnut rose bike to undermine throaty i know the thumb of the came through today through acne smack in interpreter she says selling betelnut isn't a legal but setting up a market on the street can be so she has to keep an eye out and she has to be ready to pack up quickly dick i'm it gets in via they will have to his sticking on us rates apply fifty kina is worth about fifteen dollars in the us that may be hurt earnings for a week and yet despite the risks she comes here every day years ago after her husband died her sons accused her of sorcery pretty common rationale for violence in the highlands the cut half of her fingers down stubs and banished her from the village with no savings and limited use of her.

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"papua" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"papua" Discussed on Super Station 101

"To was was papua new guinea so we filmed an episode in papua new guinea where we trek through the jungle and we did about an eight or nine days directly news about sixty five miles through the jungle and and within that jungle trek we had elevation changes that were around thirty thousand feet over that sixty five miles and and that was really grueling and really tough with crazy humidity raining six or seven times a day and as much as i loved it and it was a great episode it was just physically torturing and and i won't be rushing back anytime soon okay so when you travel to these particular locations is there anything in particular that you have to do anything that you're gonna do regardless of where you are well i think you know when we're filming my extreme truck show that's all about walking and trekking and climbing and and just the love of being outside and this is one of the things i stand for this is one of the things i'm trying to get more people to do is to get outside and you know with all the digital distraction we have in our life and with all the all the reasons not to go outside that there are you know i really want people to put their phones away put their laptops away and and have like a an honest experience with nature so whenever i whenever i travel whenever i get into a country i'm looking to get outside to get out of the city to camp to to climb a mountain to to.

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"papua" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

Pocket Now Weekly

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"papua" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

"Bility that iphone 10 sort of fizzled at that's what i think they're doing and so they can't have you know a lot of time energy your money dedicated towards refreshing iphone se which is a shame but i i kinda feel like with the number of people have met out there that still have iphone 5 ss iphone sixes uh let alone iphone six asses iphone as he can exist like it can probably throughout this year i wouldn't be surprised if at the end of this year i'm still perfectly happy with the experience on my iphone se it's it's been working to champ i've been happy uh at the end of this year i'll probably swap the battery just because it'll be cheap your are you able to take advantage of that and moving forward like if if we can get a refresh on that for 2019 then maybe were in good territory there again too i just how well those in evergreen phones they could always just plop it in papua well in any and again it really speaks to the usage of a phone like the iphone se i'm not looking at the iphone se as a way to have top tier multimedia capabilities or i'm not trying to produce y'all aggressive video content on it it is the best on the go short interaction burst of interaction communications device for one thumb users and i don't need a hold tunnel horsepower to interact with your social media email take a couple nice photos it's not the best camera anymore but it's still a good camera um i i don't need to go crazy with the hardware to accomplish those tasks and as long as it still bleene fluids smooth simple lower resolution display not taking up too many resources then the esi is still going to be delightfully.

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"papua" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"papua" Discussed on AP News

"Company and affiliates pricing covered tonight limited by state law there is no evidence of foul play the depth of the cranberries lead singer delors will reared at according to british police police initially said the death was unexplained but on tuesday ruled it vowed suspicious the case though goes to a quarter defy the cause of death or reardon had suffered physical mental health problems over the years last year the cranberries had to cut their world tour short because of her back problems she was found dead monday morning in a loved that hotel she was there record vocals for a cover of the cranberries hit vialbe with the banned from los angeles friend i hers that she left him a voice message early monday saying she was looking forward to the recording you said she started full of life was joking in excited to see beyond my wife this week a volcano on the papua new guinea island of catavzsr are has been a reputation for more than a week forcing seven hundred people to leave and three thousand to be evacuated from a nearby island flights in the area have been canceled due to the risk posed by ashk plumes and ships were warned to stay away from the island prime minister peter o'neill warned northern coastal communities to be on alert for possible through nominees he said relevant state resources were being made available to support the evacuations papua new guinea sits on the ring of fire a line of seismic fault in circling the pacific that us frequent earthquakes and volcanic eruptions a chineseamerican journalist as his wife has been kidnapped and held for months by chinese security forces ap's ask you folks reports it comes after he extensively interviewed an exiled businessman sense pong anak faced editor since the new video that surfaced this week of his white denouncing his work was filmed under duress he says this proves that she is being held by the government in an effort to pressure him over the past year has been at the center of a political firestorm surrounding a fugitive real estate billionaire grow and grave repeatedly appeared on chen's livestream broadcast to air sensational allegations of corruption within the upper echelons of china's ruling communist party i mossy foods what.

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"papua" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"papua" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"To find out why joined by common middleton chief political correspondent for the saturday paper encumber i can just remind us of the legal process that leads to this point with this was the detention center that was set up under a government before last a the government in fact offshore because as strategy was trying to dissuade people from coming as asylumseekers by by citing the idea was that they would never get to stay in history that would be taken strike offshore now would be housed in detention centers on manus island which is part of papua new guinea and on now rue and that even without found to be refugees that would be settled in probably papua new guinea and not come to australia but the pattern you guinean high called a supreme court as you mentioned it ruled that it was illegal eighteen months ago and they as striding government and the pop new guinean government have had eighteen months to close this dan in fact it just in last allah east detention center was now due to cardi's but the problem meet that the detainees time would leave why not because they say that they feel unsafe so ever since the center has been date ruled illegal they will no longer be at allowed to be locked up there that being free to come in god but they've thing clashes violent clashes by with locals and with some security agencies and number of incidents that we've seen a number of deaths unfortunate to some by suicide but some in violent incidents at the center and the detainees are arguing aven eyes have already been found to be refugees it they are not going to be well protected if they are moved to the other scientists that have been set up to house them.

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"papua" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"papua" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Well he had to it was a bilateral agreement australia agreed in exchange to resettle asylum seekers from honduras el salvador guatemala people are who are in a usrun detention camp in costa rica and so that that agreement is in place but papua new guinea the country that's hosting the mass island camp says they want to shut down the camp by october 31st their own supreme court in papua new guinea ruled that the camp is unconstitutional and so what's going to happen to all these men in this camp there's about eight hundred about seven hundred the about 700 of them have asylum status but they have not been either accepted into the us or thirdcountry so what's going to happen to them you followed and reported on the cases of two of the detainees at modest island how are they doing well there's two people i focused on in my reporting one is a cartoonist name eaten fish that's his pen name he's from iran and um he does not have asylum status so his futures completely uncertain he suffers from a lot of psychiatric issues and medical issues and currently i just found out today he is in port moresby the capital of papua new guinea getting care is just not clear what's going to happen to him a he's still cartooning and there's a big effort among cartoonist to help him and have australia take him in um the other person that that we've reported on his name is aziz mohammed he's rigidly from sudan and he's been at this camp amana silaen for more than four years i spoke this morning to a reporter in australia who is in touch with him all the time via text message and what's up.

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"papua" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"papua" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"Where have you remember where we were at when it was my birthday when we were out of the country and the like four hundred thousand people sang happy birthday to me that was cool we're we're we're in papua new guinea or yeah that was awesome and they sign it in another language okay how this is so awesome jesus said however i am telling you nothing but the truth when i say it is profitable good expedient advantageous for you that i go away now i'm sure that that just clam the disciples brain what do you mean i'm going to be better off if you go away how could anybody be better off if you go away jesus he said because if i do not go away the comforter then the amplified by well the comforter in the original languages a word that cannot possibly be described with one english word you have to use many different words to describe what that word me the council when you need a word of council should always go to god first always go to him and let him council you through his holy spirit now i'm not saying that is wrong to go to a council to go to someone far counseling many times that is very helpful but you don't want to go go to somebody that doesn't have the counsellor always go to god before you run anybody else thanks for listening gain understanding on who the holy spirit is when you order today's offered the holy spirit cd series this series is available now as either a fourcd set wore digital download for donations of twenty five.

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"papua" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"papua" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"There our places in america where your soft costs more than eur server could earn it in our without tips and if year working at four p m on thursday it might be hard to get tips now one very few people eat at that time so better wages that includes by the way paid family medical leave something that said when you're eighty percent support something the by the way virginia republicans are at bentley opposed to even though the costs are tiny because they believe that a woman the day after birth needs to get right back to work doesn't matter if she sore doesn't matter if the baby needs these help they're not don't really care about the fair emily they really care about family values they care about making that woman work and now they want to force her to have the child to be fair to be fair even if she can't afford the cia they want to force should have that trial but then they don't wanna give a child health care they don't want to let the woman bomb with the child or the father for that matter no bonding allowed get back to to work they hate paid fairly medical leave even though every other industrialized nation in fact every country on the planet except to i've heard it's united states in papua new guinea what's wrong with you papua new guinea you can't be heartless of the united states allows at least maternal leave paid maternity leave most allow paternal leave because god knows when your babies being born the first thing you think about is how well you can do your job of course not and that's why people quit and that's why women's wages are often lower and that's why um companies have spent a lot of money on retraining does it make sense economically and also when we parents are dying mom or dad who loved you and taking care of you your entire life are taking their last breath republicans believe the.

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"papua" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"papua" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"Where do you remember where we were at when it was my birthday when we were out of the country and the like four hundred thousand people sang happy birthday jimmy school we're we're we're in papua new guinea or yeah that was awesome and they sign it on another language okay how this is so awesome jesus said however i am telling you nothing but the truth when i say it is profitable good expedient advantageous for you that i go away now i'm sure that that just clam the disciples brain what are you may not going to be better off if you go away how could even be better off if you go away jesus he said because if i do not go away the comforter then the amplified by the comforter in their original languages a word that cannot possibly be described with one english word you have to use many different words to describe what that worried me the council when you need a word of council should always go to god i always go to him and let him council you through his holy spirit now i'm not saying that is wrong to go to a council to go to someone far counseling many times that is very helpful but you don't want to go oh to somebody that doesn't have the counsellor always go to god before you run anybody else thanks for listening gave understanding on who the holy spirit is when you order two days offers the holy spirit cd series this series is available now is either a fourcd set board digital download for donations of twenty five dollars.

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"papua" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"papua" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"A lot of republican papua freight at that way but like rob out there aren't big medicate hate like that happened here that that what i won't they as if the warring let well growl right of medicaid funding but the reality is any burien lack all who have that eight today that are quite vehicle and that is a hot about or what you find out how we are whining yelling back the medicaid program in a way that we were hit a for you but you want fat okay our version of the aisle even forgetting the semantics for second even know i know we're actually right they're not actual will cuts of meat is slowing the rate of growth of the problem i have with this to when you read that cbo report about people on medicaid it's pretty clear about a couple of things up a one this doesn't happen for four years and number two we talked about medicaid can we both agree just on principle to be fair to each other that this is a program designed specifically to help the poor this was not a program designed help middleclass people get health insurance that they could very well pay for themselves and that talking about preexisting conditions and talking about healthy middleclass people medicaid was not a program for middle class people so the question i want to post your is slowing the rate of growth of the program which is what it actually is is simple lee republicans saying hey listen this is a program for the poor when you have a handicap parking spots people you want people who are legitimately handicap the use them from just like what medicaid when we start spending money on people making ninety thousand dollars a year six plan medicaid i don't understand from a liberal perspective and please explain anthony is not i'm not trying to be silly about how is that help i don't get it well and an i do you enquired walker had got radically out fought back right up you know math and all parts of welfare requirements and that people.

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