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Keeping to our motto we will report on both the earthquakes in Guatemala and in the Myanmar. No victim forgotten and no communities left behind. " Burma also known as Myanmar is a sovereign state in Southeast Asia. Burma is also the 24th most populous country in the world with over 60.28 million people. it is the 40th largest country in the world and the second largest country in Southeast Asia. Burma is a resource-rich country. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burma
Dr. Toni Neubauer from Myths & Mountains takes us to Bhutan and Myanmar. Travel through your five senses with us to these two exotic countries.
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Today's show will be looking at some of the news from the week. Tensions rising with the Russians and Chinese and continued disrespect for the rule of law.
Doing my best to help the Lord set the brushfires of freedom in the hearts of men and to restore America, God willing, to the beacon of freedom she was meant to be.
Supporting undocumented youth. Shouldn't we be deporting undocumented youth?
Russian ships and undersea cables
US ships and Chinese islands
Buddhists vs moslems in Myanmar
Doing What's Right:
Looking at a few odd stories and hopefully, a little music courtesy of Thomas Pibal.
AUNG SAN SUU KYI--chapter from Extraordinary People--she's likely to become the prime minister of Myanmar in Sunday elections.
From your www.investors.com column, share some of your discoveries:
1) Everyone has heard of him, but we don't know much beyond that. Tell us about his early life.
1) People probably remember him primarily because he was married to Elizabeth Taylor twice. Tell us about his career before he met her?
LT. JACK TAYLOR
1) You call him the forerunner to today's Navy SEALs, fighting in World War II.?
Myanmar, also known as Burma, is a sovereign state in Southeast Asia. It is bordered by India, Bangladesh, China, Laos and Thailand. One-third of Burma's total perimeter of 1,930 kilometres (1,200 mi) forms an uninterrupted coastline along the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea. At 676,578 km2 (261,227 sq mi), it is the 40th largest country in the world and the second largest country in Southeast Asia. Burma is also the 24th most populous country in the world with over 60.28 million people. Read more www.avtravel.org
You are invited to the ICERM Radio Book Review Program.
Date: Thursday, February 13, 2014 at 8:00 pm in EST, New York.
Host: Chavie Brumer.
Guest and Author: Dr Koh Kim Seng.
We are happy to announce the review of "Misunderstood Myanmar – An Introspective Study Of A Southeast Asian State In Transition".
Join us to listen to the untold stories about Myanmar as Dr. Koh Seng talks about his extensive field work in Myanmar, and reports on his close encounters with the military Junta, and with business and bureaucratic elites.
“This book argues that to understand the vicissitudes of Myanmar’s recent history and the behavior of its generals one has to grasp the dynamic interaction (struggle even) between, on one hand, its external environment (milieu exterieur), including the disgruntled diaspora alongside the U.S. led international community, and on the other, the internal environment (milieu interieur) consisting of the generals’ ideological orientation in politics and economics which , the author argues, exceptionally , still draws from a well of adverse colonial experiences and betrayals, as well as from religion and culture. ‘Exceptionally’ because unlike other developing states Myanmar has been isolated from the international world for so long that those same internal factors have crystallized and come to take on a significance which, arguably, exceeds the role played by history, culture and religion in other parts of the world."
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Featured in The Wall Street Journal, The Times, and The Chicago Tribune, Russell Blake is The NY Times and USA Today bestselling author of dozens of action/adventure and mystery novels. About EMERALD BUDDHA: Drake, Allie, and Spencer reunite in Emerald Buddha, the second Drake Ramsey adventure - a quest to locate the lost treasure of the Khmer Empire, secreted away in a hidden temple somewhere in Myanmar. But nothing is as it seems, and their archaeological expedition soon turns deadly when desperate factions target them in order to safeguard a secret that could topple the U.S. government.
It's always a killer broadcast when Russell Blake shows up because who knows what he is really going to talk about. So join us for this LIVE conversation and call in to speak your piece at 347-633-9609.
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Daniels Talk Radio Host Anthony Licausi interviews Jerome Nugent-Smith, Deal-Maker to China's Billionaires, Private Equity & Hedge Fund Consultant, Founder of The China-Myanmar Guanxi Network, and Global Investment Strategist for Montreux Management Pty Ltd.
In early 1990 Jerome was invited to visit Myanmar to promote Myanmar-Global Trade & Investments in Myanmar's Natural Resources. At the time he was Honorary Consul General of the Philippines for Victoria, Australia, and visiting Manila to meet the Philippines President.
Jerome has written and published 4 books as well as actively working with Hedblom Partners Group to assist public companies to expand European investor awareness, develop new European investor relationships, and raise new capital by targeting high net worth individuals and Institutions across 12 major Pan-European cities.
On the newest episode of The Total Soccer Show, we pack in a loooot of coverage:
0:00-30:10 - FIFA elections and continued corruption coverage
30:10-34:47 - Leo Messi scores a beauty in the Copa del Rey Final
34:47-48:56 - FA Cup Final review, as Arsenal obliterates Aston Villa
48:56-55:11 - Discussing the US Women's National Team's 0-0 draw with South Korea
55:11-1:18:10 0 - Breaking down the US U20s defeat of Myanmar in the team's opening match of the 2015 U20 World Cup
Okay, here's what I'm thinking about:
Geoengineering and in particular Solar Radiation Management. [Yes. Again.]
Lyme Disease and biological warfare. [Un-huh. Yep.]
Instead of asking What is the Meaning of Life? could we be asking Where is the Meaning of Life? as suggested in Carl Safina's book.
Homeless Families Face Squalor, Inquiry Finds (NY Times article) [Really? What a surprise!]
Buddha with Headset image sends 3 to jail in Myanmar. [Do not, I repeat, do NOT be funny EVER EVER EVER AGAIN.]
Death of Poet and Activist, Shaimaa el-Sabbagh, in Egypt. [Poet/Activist! I take that personally!]
Who owns your newborn's DNA? [Of course they are well-motivated, right? Is this how the CDC maintains CDControl?]
Dr. Donald MacArthur and the invention of HIV-AIDS, June 9, 1969 Senate testimony. [Hey, let's make a disease for which the human immune system has no defense. That sounds like fun. (Stop it! you bastards!!!)]
and Jeff wants to talk about objective and subjective things...
This show discusses extremism within Buddhism in Myanmar. Why are Buddhists fighting Muslims? Do you think the Buddhist lynch mobs had good reasons to kill "more than 200 Muslims?" Why are religions still in conflict in the modern world? Tell us what you think! Discussion is based on the following New Times article: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/06/21/world/asia/extremism-rises-among-myanmar-buddhists-wary-of-muslim-minority.html?src=xps