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China-Africa cooperation is here to stay. The question is how will it evolve. Yanjuan Wang, Executive Editor for ChinAfrica Magazine based in Beijing, shares what they see in this key economic and trade relationship between China and Africa.
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Viki Winterton interviews Helen Attridge!
Helen Attridge is an internationally recognized trainer and leadership coach. She is the President of the Academy of Coaching & NLP, an International ICF accredited NLP Coach Training and Leadership Development Company and trains coaches and leaders internationally. Helen's global vision and training expertise are a result of many years of travel and training in different modalities of human development. In Academy of Coaching & NLP's Leadership Programs, she is passionate about working with leaders who want to create ripples of positive change in their organizations, communities, countries and globally. Prior to becoming the President of the Academy of Coaching and NLP, Helen was an International Trainer for the NLP & Coaching Institute of California and was one of the first 75 Result Coaches trained and mentored in the powerful NLP coaching techniques taught by Anthony Robbins. She is certified as a Master Certified Coach, which is the highest level of credentialing from the International Coaching Federation and an NLP Master Practitioner. Having been involved the personal development field for over twenty years, Helen is an avid learner and considers herself a full time student of life. She has presented on NLP and Leadership at Stanford Graduate School of Business and at Peking University Platform in Beijing.
Tune in with your host, managing editor William Kern as we examine: -- News from Britain's Guardian that the NSA has been collecting the phone/email/text/user data for almost all Americans and many others for at least seven years -- Coverage from China, Britain and Switzerland of the start of talks between President Obama and Chinese President Xi, and Michelle Obama's decision not to come -- Coverage from the Persian Gulf of Iraqi claims that after being occupied by the United States for close to a decade to deprive it of WMDs, Baghdad has chemical weapons, and that al-Qaeda has been plotting to steal them for export to the U.S. and Europe -- Iran's surprising public admission ahead of presidential elections, that unelected Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei makes all decisions of importance, and that whoever is elected president will have no influence over that nation's nuclear program -- Argentina coverage of charges by an Argentine public prosecutor that Iran has been building a South American spy network for years, which was used in the 1994 bombing of the Argentine Israelite Mutual Association, in which 85 people were killed. -- Self-loathing from Nigeria, after President Obama decided not to visit the country on his second tour of Africa as president We'll also look at reaction from Hong Kong's South China Morning Post about Michael Douglas' claim that he came down with throat cancer as a result of oral sex with his wife; British coverage of the annual Bilderberg conference; and Michelle Obama's decision not to come to a key summit with China's first couple in California, which is likely to be interprested as as nube by Beijing.
Ordinary people believe only in the possible. Extraordinary people visualize not what is possible or probable, but rather what is impossible. And by visualizing the impossible, they begin to see it as possible.
After finishing fourth, just out of medal contention in the 1500 meters of the 1952 Olympics, British track athlete Roger Bannister set a new goal. A goal that according to many was not only lofty, but humanly impossible.
But instead of giving up, Bannister set out to do something that no one had done before. He trained, prepared, and sacrificed. One day, on May 6, 1954, to be exact, Bannister took the train from Paddington Station to Oxford where he was going to try and break the 4-minute barrier. In a more recent years, no one thought that a 6'5" lanky sprinter could ever be a true Olympic competitor (sprinters are naturally short and stocky). But although he didn't fit the typical sprinter build, Jamaican Usain Bolt set his mind on being an Olympic Champion at a young age. And in the 2008 Olympic games in Beijing, Usain Bolt not only accomplished his dream of winning Olympic gold, but he did it while completely annihilating world records in both the 100 and 200 meters. And again he reigned #1 in 2012. Are self-limiting beliefs holding YOU back from achieving your best? Or even going after your best? Don't let it happen. You're better than that. You're BIGGER than that. And you can achieve more. We KNOW this is true for you, and we believe in you. Now it's your turn to believe in yourself. Today marks the day where you start thinking like Roger Bannister and Usain Bolt. You are in control.
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Apple is avoiding paying taxes and we discuss what the government should do about it. We give advice on how to reclaim your Facebook page, and we play audio from the idiot making death threats to Hillary Clinton. Plus, we re-cap the story of the Chinese streaker terrorizing Beijing.
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"Anyone who doubts that music is bigger than words needs to read this great tale," says Gregg Allman of The Allman Brothers Band. He's talking about Big in China, Alan Paul's report of raising a family, playing the blues and becoming a star in Beijing. Paul appears Live Thursday, July 14, 2011 on Internet radio's Full Power Living (9 a.m. PT or iTunes subscription). It began when Paul's wife, Rebecca, accepted the job as the Wall Street Journal's China Bureau Chie
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If laughter is the best medicine, prepare to be heavily medicated. Tom Cotter's high energy, rapid-fire style of comedy leaves audiences clutching their sides and rolling in the aisles. Recently, Tom becamethe first comedian to ever reach the finals of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent”. His runner up finish on the show has catapulted him to the comedic stratosphere. Before his historic run on the world’s largest talent competition, Tom won the Seattle International Comedy Competition, the grand prize at The Boston Comedy Festival and was voted "Best Stand-Up" atThe Las Vegas Comedy Festival. He has become a familiar face on television shows like The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, NBC’s “Last Comic Standing”, The Today Show and his own series, TWO-FUNNY, on The Women’s Entertainment Network. Other TV credits include CBS’ The Late Late Show, Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend”, Comics Unleashed and a Barbara Walters Prime-Time Special among many others. Since moving to New York City, Tom filmed his very own Comedy Central special, “Comedy Central Presents... Tom Cotter”, and was featured in the Miramax film, “Next Stop Wonderland”. Tom has performed at over 300 colleges and wide variety of venues the world over, from London to Beijing, to the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. He has also been featured in dozens of television commercials, for products like McDonald’s, Doritos, Pepsi, and Amstel Lite, just to name a few.
If laughter is the best medicine, prepare to be heavily medicated. Tom Cotter's high energy, rapid-fire style of comedy leaves audiences clutching their sides and rolling in the aisles. Recently, Tom becamethe first comedian to ever reach the finals of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent”. His runner up finish on the show has catapulted him to the comedic stratosphere. Before his historic run on the world’s largest talent competition, Tomwon the Seattle International Comedy Competition, the grand prize at The Boston Comedy Festival and was voted "Best Stand-Up" atThe Las Vegas Comedy Festival. He has become a familiar face on television shows like The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, NBC’s “Last Comic Standing”, The Today Show and his own series, TWO-FUNNY, on The Women’s Entertainment Network. Other TV credits include CBS’ The Late Late Show, Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend”, Comics Unleashed and a Barbara Walters Prime-Time Special among many others. Since moving to New York City, Tom filmed his very own Comedy Central special, “Comedy Central Presents... Tom Cotter”, and was featured in the Miramax film, “Next Stop Wonderland”. Tom has performed at over 300 colleges and wide variety of venues the world over, from London to Beijing, to the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. He has also been featured in dozens of television commercials, for products like McDonald’s, Doritos, Pepsi, and Amstel Lite, just to name a few. He stops by on Tuesday, April 9, at 7pm EST.
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EFT is a tool for self - discovery as well as for clearing emotional and physical pain. As more unconscious patterns are cleared, awareness increases and you begin to have a totally different perspective on your life. The more you use EFT, the quicker you become at catching your hidden patterns. A clarity arises, which can evoke a heartfelt feeling of contentment.
Join Paula today as she interviews former journalist Sikun Li, the founder of Oneness Awakening Center in Beijing, as they discuss the use of EFT as a tool for awakening. If you have used EFT for some time and have wondered how to take EFT to the next level, this show is for you. Paula and Sikun will explore how to use EFT to bring presence into your life and share an EFT protocol to help you gain greater self awareness.
HOST: Paula Horan Ph.D. (Laxmi Dechen Wangmo), is an American psychologist who lives in Asia. A Reiki Master for more than twenty five years and an author of eight books on meditation, alternative health, and non-dual awareness. Her new book Fierce Innocence, which conveys the wisdom of her Jnana Yoga retreats in fostering a radiant self confidence, is now available at amazon.com/author/paulahoran
Her skill with EFT, enables listeners who participate, in discovering a new level of clarity, self respect and responsibility for their lives. You can view further info and free downloads of her meditations and a chart on EFT at www.paulahoran.com.
Dr. George Love, Jr., Doctor of Oriental Medicine and President of 4 Doors to Dao, is a Florida licensed primary care physician and Board certified Acupuncture physician since 1986.
He has engaged in the private practice of Herbology, Acupuncture and Nutrition since January 1981. Dr. Love received a Bachelor of Arts 1966 and Masters In Biology degree from Temple University 1976. In 1982 he received a Ph.D. in Sports Medicine from the American College Sports Medicine.
After George Xavier Love started his private practice he met Prof. John B.Y. Lee aka Li Bing Yuan, a Taoist scholar and Qigong master. He was accepted as a student and within three years he received his Oriental Medical Doctor degree in 1984 from the Beijing Longevity & Rejuvenation Institute in Virginia.