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Tonight....CD, La La, and LDX...present to you..a very detailed topic....The Asian Persuasion on Black Culture!!! It has been happening for years....good and bad!!! So...if you love Asian culture and the Asian influence on the Black Culture of today....ENJOY the show!!! Welcome inside of The Madhouse!!!
Our guest today is Moon Cho, founder of Ying Yang Living, a website dedicated to teaching the principles of health and wellness through the Asian traditions.
I first found one of Moon's YouTube videos (on fermented foods) and was very impressed with the quality, and I was interested to learn more about Asain cooking. It turned out Moon's website not only included cooking and nutrition, but also natural beauty tips, Feng Shui advice, exercise ideas, and lessons on spritual practice.
I've been a practicing acupuncturist for 10 years, and it's great that Asian medicine has "arrived" in the U.S., but there is so much more available to us in the rich cultural traditions of Asia. I'm excited to have Moon Cho on the show today to talk about her two foundations for health and happiness: spiritualty and nutrition.
Moon's website, youtube channel, twitter feed and facebook page.
Asia is a hidden gem of stunning places to run. Often overlooked as too hot Asia has running adventures to cater for all tastes.
Following on from the recent Partnerunning Show feature on running bucket lists and our American and European vacations this week we go on a tour of Asian marathons and other inviting running events.
Taking a month by month approach we cover the most popular events including Paris and London as well as lesser known events.
Also on this weeks show:
Over the shoulder
The road ahead
It's almost a given that after truly studying the relationship between the Asian proprietors have with the Black community that there has existed a tension that was born out of a definite disrespect.
This sense of disrespect was doled out in abundance to the very people to whom the Asian businessman has profited greatly from.
Sure, the answer is for those who are treated as scum to build their own economic system in order to uplift themselves up and away from depending on anyone who considers them not to be worthy of respect.
But in many cases this attitude from the Asian business people who get their riches from what is garnered from Black support has only increased because they seem to feel that no matter how Blacks are treated by them that they will still bring their hard earned money to them each and every time.
Not only is this arrogance displayed to the consumer, but it is also inflicted on those who actually work for them to help them get to that envied place of financial freedom that has been the benchmark of the American Dream.
Most Asians who have rooted their businesses in the Black community know that many are waking up to the condescending attitude of these people and have begun to back away from bringing their dollars to support them when they can do business with their own people.
.......because the bottom line is how many of these Asians bring THEIR money to support Black businesses?
Everyone supports their own, but the modern day Black man and woman seems to be so caught up in the mental delusion that everyone will support them back the way that they've always brought their money to others.
Listen to this very real situation and understand why the time is NOW to WAKE UP!
Support Your Own!
Hell! They do!
Join Dr. Donnamaria Culbreth & Dr. Julie Jung-Kim for a discussion on the status of Asian Black Relations and the need for racial unity among people of color.
This should be a very interesting show when Gold Loopers, Joe Pica and Gene Schnagl, discuss their opinions on the Asian Carp issue. The main topic of discussion will be a recently introduced bill that demands complete seperation of the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River to prvent the spread of Asian Carp.
“There are so many people who died during the Korean War, and lots of monuments to commemorate them all across the country,” said Son Min Seok, an official with the Korea Defense and Security Forum, one of four South Korean groups that funded the monument. “But there is no monument to remember those who died after the armistice agreement.”
The names of approximately 90 U.S. troops and 40 South Korean troops — all KATUSAs, or Korean Augmentees to the U.S. Army — are engraved on the monument, along with the message that the South Korean people “honor the souls of the fallen soldiers ... who died fighting the communists here on the peninsula for the peace and democracy of Republic of Korea.”
Why is innovation in the Asian market the megatrend that has captured the attention of business and innovation thought leaders? Brian Sin, the Head of Innovation at Cigna, Global Individual Health Life and Accident, will share why Asia is a global innovation powerhouse. Brian will get us started with the 101 on the Asian innovation marketplace and then shift to the importance and impact on the U.S. markets. Please join us as we learn more about the strategic innovation objectives coming from Asia not only from an insurance industry perspecitive, but the applicability of innovation processes across multiple industries.
The fellas discuss smoking cigars, eating candy, getting genital warts removed, the Creek awards and masturbation.
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Join us "LIVE" via the internet with Capt Tom Marks as we bust some of the rumors of the Asian Carp and the Great Lakes.
Rumor or Fact, A lot of anglers are left in the dark from the studies and reports from the Michigan DNR and others.
Tune in LIVE for some cold hard facts that you just might not know about..- Rumors Exposed
Live 1:00 PM EST on Fish Bait Radio
This will probably be one of the craziest shows I've done in a long time. I was presented with a question the other day, but in reality, it was a hypothesis, that minorities need a different type of sales training to be successful.
As some of you already know, I'm always listening to what people say. My first response to the question was "why would say this?" So I left the conversation shaking my head.
I want to hear what you have to say about this subject.
First, the sales industry is not for everyone to begin with. So why would someone say that minorities are a subset of an industry where the majority of people do not like sales?
Second, a sales concept is not black, white, Latin, or Asian. Why does sales training need to be conceptualized uniquely for minorities?
What would this alternate, conceptualize sales training include?
Let's talk about this subject.