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(Culture shock!)美國男友與中國奶奶的隔離生活 American quarantined with Chinese grandparents

(Culture shock!)美國男友與中國奶奶的隔離生活 American quarantined with Chinese grandparents

Hey guys, welcome to our channel! I am Stephanie from Macau This video, I wanna show you how my American boyfriend stays with my grandparents who don’t speak English at all during the coronavirus outbreak So, before the funny video started, here is a little background that I wanna tell you My boyfriend works in China. Before Chinese new year, he came to visit my family During chinese new year, the coronavirus situation became more severe. So I asked him…

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Ian Bremmer: America’s Average Coronavirus Response | Holistic & Global Perspective | GZERO Media

Ian Bremmer: America’s Average Coronavirus Response | Holistic & Global Perspective | GZERO Media

Hi, everybody. Ian Bremmer here kicking off a week of more crisis with coronavirus and some thoughts as to where we are right now. Let me maybe start with just this reaction to a sense I’ve heard. I mean, because the orientation that we get in the US media is very American-centric in the best of times and also has been overwhelmingly focused on Trump, I get a lot of folks that are saying that the United States has the…

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Culling the Nazi Wolfpacks – Submarines, Spies, China, and Africa – WW2 – 082 – March 21 1941

Culling the Nazi Wolfpacks – Submarines, Spies, China, and Africa – WW2 – 082 – March 21 1941

You got three aces? Wow, good hand. Oh, not that kind of aces? Oh wow, that’s not good at all then. March 21, 1941 It’s good to have an intelligence service, right? Spies and agents that can monitor the enemy or a possible future enemy to keep tabs on what they’re up to. The thing about such a service though, is that it’s not much use when you don’t believe what they tell you. I’m Indy Neidell; this is World…

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History of China # 07 | China’s Cultural Revolution | Usama Ghazi

History of China # 07 | China’s Cultural Revolution | Usama Ghazi

During the era of Mao in new China, hungry people were thrashed for stealing rice. Teachers and the intellectuals were disgraced on the roads and squares. Over 50 million people had died of hunger, disease, and torture. Even people in new China were executed over humiliating the Pakistani mangoes. Whether Mao really was so cruel or it was all merely propaganda? I am Muhammad Osama Ghazi and in Dekho, Suno, Jano’s History of China series, I will show you all…

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The U.S. now has the most confirmed COVID-19 cases in the world

The U.S. now has the most confirmed COVID-19 cases in the world

JUDY WOODRUFF: Coronavirus infections have passed the half-million mark worldwide tonight, with 23,000 deaths. And the United States now has more than 82,000 cases, more than any other country, including 1,100 deaths. Meanwhile, a huge economic rescue bill is nearing final approval in Congress amid a tidal wave of unemployment claims from people thrown out of work. Amna Nawaz begins our coverage. AMNA NAWAZ: In one of the first major measures of the pandemic’s economic impact, a staggering figure; 3.3…

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Stories from Americans who have lost their income amid the pandemic

Stories from Americans who have lost their income amid the pandemic

JUDY WOODRUFF: The huge rise in unemployment claims we learned about today, nearly 3.3 million filed over the past week, dwarfs all historical records in the United States. Many economists say that that number doesn’t fully capture the true number of people who have been laid off or furloughed, or are out of work because they are losing their business. We asked people today to share some of their stories and the real struggles they are facing right now. Here’s…

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Ian Bremmer: Global Coronavirus Crisis: Economic Impacts, Risks & Government Response | GZERO Media

Ian Bremmer: Global Coronavirus Crisis: Economic Impacts, Risks & Government Response | GZERO Media

Hi, everybody. Ian Bremmer here and we are into, well into week whatever you want to call it, of the coronavirus crisis. A few thoughts, first of all, as I look around the world, such a radical difference with where you have strong unified response and where you do not. I mean, for example, in Japan, where you didn’t have much in terms of official regulation closing down restaurants or workplaces or the rest. But what they did do, everyone…

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Trump Disavows ‘Nasty Language’ Toward Asian Americans Amid Pandemic | MSNBC

Trump Disavows ‘Nasty Language’ Toward Asian Americans Amid Pandemic | MSNBC

HOPEFULLY THAT WILL TAKE CARE OF ITSELF. ITSELF. IN LATIN AMERICA THERE’S BEEN AN IN LATIN AMERICA THERE’S BEEN AN UPTICK. UPTICK. YEAH, EMPLOYEESPLEASE. YEAH, EMPLOYEESPLEASE.>>MR. PRESIDENT, QUICKLY, A>>MR. PRESIDENT, QUICKLY, A SECOND QUESTION. SECOND QUESTION. WHAT PROMPTED YOU TO SAY, AT THE WHAT PROMPTED YOU TO SAY, AT THE BEGINNING OF YOUR COMMENTS, THAT BEGINNING OF YOUR COMMENTS, THAT YOU WERE GOING TO TAKE CARE OF YOU WERE GOING TO TAKE CARE OF THE ASIAN-AMERICANS? THE ASIAN-AMERICANS? HAS THERE…

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John McDonnell on the Economics of Coronavirus

John McDonnell on the Economics of Coronavirus

The impact of the corona virus pandemic, could be on a scale that impacts upon our economy, in a way that actually I don’t think we’ve ever seen before. This is bigger than the banking crash in 2007-2008, and actually it could be bigger than the 1929-30 crash that we saw, which brought the global economy to its knees. And the reason for that is because corona virus, is spreading right the way across the world. And that means people…

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