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Cross cultural communication | Pellegrino Riccardi | TEDxBergen

Cross cultural communication | Pellegrino Riccardi | TEDxBergen

Translator: Ilze Garda Reviewer: Denise RQ It’s really great to be in Bergen, this is the second time this week. I live in Oslo, I guess I’m living in the wrong place. (Laughter) As you quite rightly say, my name Pellegrino, which is my first name, means ‘pilgrim’. It was given to me by my Italian parents. It is as if they knew what I was going to do for the rest of my life. “Let’s give him the name…

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Florida Sinkholes are Swallowing Cars: America’s Water Crisis (Part 2/3)

Florida Sinkholes are Swallowing Cars: America’s Water Crisis (Part 2/3)

[MUSIC- STEPHEN FOSTER, “OLD FOLKS AT HOME”] REPORTER: Some days are just unforgettable. The birth of a child. Your first day at school. The day you fell in the giant sinkhole. Well, at least that last part is the reality for one woman in Plant City. CARLA CHAPMAN: It compresses you. It’s hard to– you can’t maneuver out of it. You’re wiggling and you’re maneuvering more into it. EMERSON ROSENTHAL: So we’re here in Central Florida to investigate the problem…

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The unsexy truth, the hookup culture | Lisa Bunnage | TEDxSFU

The unsexy truth, the hookup culture | Lisa Bunnage | TEDxSFU

Translator: Peter van de Ven Reviewer: Denise RQ As a parenting coach, I get to talk to a lot of troubled teenagers. About six years ago, I had a really interesting conversation with a 16-year-old girl, who was on the phone – this is me with the phone by the way – and it was a coaching session; it was on a Monday. I said, “Hi sweetie, how are you doing?” And she says, “I’m doing OK.” I said, “That’s…

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Nicki Minaj On Cultural Appropriation, Becoming A Boss, Being Unapologetic & More | TIME 100 | TIME

Nicki Minaj On Cultural Appropriation, Becoming A Boss, Being Unapologetic & More | TIME 100 | TIME

I think, before I could remember wanting to do anything else, I knew that I wanted to be in charge. As a child, my mother didn’t have a job where she was the boss. And I always looked at that and wished that she was the boss and that she did make her own rules. So from very early on, I felt like you know what? Whatever I do, one day, I want to be more in charge of my…

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