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People I (Mostly) Admire
53. The Simple Economics of Saving the Amazon Rainforest

People I (Mostly) Admire

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 32:35


Everyone agrees that massive deforestation is an environmental disaster. But most of the standard solutions — scolding the Brazilians, invoking universal morality — ignore the one solution that might actually work. Originally released on Freakonomics Radio, Steve gives an update on what's happened in the two years since this episode first ran. 

PRI: Arts and Entertainment
Brazil's COVID vaccination campaign picks up thanks to a 1980s public health mascot

PRI: Arts and Entertainment

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021


After a slow start, more than 73% of Brazilians have gotten the jab. Many Brazilians credit the unexpectedly successful campaign in part, to Zé Gotinha, a beloved cartoon character. 

The Fifth Floor
Myanmar's women-only army

The Fifth Floor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 41:07


A group of women in central Myanmar have formed their own anti-junta militia, and are fighting alongside other armed groups. Armed resistance to the military regime has been increasing since the coup nine months ago. BBC Burmese editor Soe Win Than tells us more about the Myaung Women Warriors. My Home Town: Damascus A new episode of our series 'My Home Town', in which our language service journalists share stories about the place where they grew up. Today, Dima Babilie of BBC Arabic takes us to the vine-covered alleyways of the Syrian capital Damascus to sit in cafés, drink coffee and play cards. Why are so many Brazilians emigrating to Italy? There's been a big increase in the number of Brazilians moving to Italy and applying for citizenship. Rafael Barifouse of BBC Brasil has been investigating the reasons and talking to some of those who've made the move. On Tajikistan's border with Afghanistan Known for its beautiful mountains, Tajikistan's border with Afghanistan is at the centre of a fraught political situation, with the Tajik government maintaining a hardline stance towards the Taliban regime. Olga Ivshina of BBC Russian recently went to this remote area and shares her impressions. Reporting COP26 Rubbing shoulders with world leaders, being inspired by young activists and getting to grips with haggis - just some of the experiences of our language service journalists reporting from COP26. We hear from Peter Okwoche of BBC Africa, Shakeel Anwar of BBC Bengali and Pierre-Antoine Denis of BBC Afrique. Image: Myanmar's women-only army Credit: CJ

Latitud Podcast
#67 - Fueling innovation in LatAm: Florian Hagenbuch, Loft

Latitud Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 69:15


Entrepreneurship is much like running into a wall until you knock it down, and German-born Florian Hagenbuch has committed to making sure that the wall stays down for those coming after him.Florian founded Loft to digitalize the real estate market and make it accessible to millions of Brazilians dreaming of owning a home. Their latest funding round bumped them up to a nearly 3 billion-dollar valuation.With a portfolio of over 100 companies he has personally invested into as an angel, his trajectory naturally evolved into the formation of a VC fund. Canary, a pre-seed and seed-stage investment firm in Latin America, has now over $150M in assets under management.In this episode, Florian goes over:The lifecycle of disruption opportunitiesHow fast-growing companies can accelerate careersThe potential of addressable markets in Latin AmericaAngel investing as a way to give backBuilding something new? Apply for the Latitud Fellowship at apply.latitud.com

Carioca Connection: Brazilian Portuguese Conversation.
S07:E18 - How one Brazilian embraces different cultures {with Adriana from Adventures with Alexia}

Carioca Connection: Brazilian Portuguese Conversation.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 20:53


In this episode of Adventures with Alexia, Alexia talks to Adriana. An old friend of Alexia's, Adriana knows a thing or two about living in different cultures. Growing up between Brazil and the U.S. — she is now married to an Englishman and lives in England. Adriana has a lot to share about adapting to different cultures and knows more about the hidden gems of Brazil than just about anyone. Adventures with Alexia is a collection of captivating conversations with Brazilians traveling the world. You can listen to all episodes & learn along with the worksheets exclusively in our new membership: The Carioca Connection Club. Level-up your Brazilian Portuguese and join the Carioca Connection Club today: https://cariocaconnection.com/

Carioca Connection: Brazilian Portuguese Conversation.
S07:E17 - All of the sudden...you end up in Singapore {Adventures with Alexia}

Carioca Connection: Brazilian Portuguese Conversation.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 22:33


On this episode of Adventures with Alexia — a collection of captivating conversations with Brazilians traveling the world we offer at Carioca Connection Club, Alexia talks to Nuno. Nuno currently lives in Singapore and has a very interesting life story to share.

Holy City Sinner Radio

We catch you up on some of the biggest stories over the last few weeks including - Election Day results, the latest on the Murdaugh cases, the return of "The Righteous Gemstones," Senator Lindsey Graham's claim that 40,000 Brazilians are heading for Connecticut "wearing designer clothes and Gucci bags" after illegally crossing the border, and so much more.   The show's artwork was created by Grace Lancaster-Goguen (glancastergoguen@gmail.com). This episode's music is by Tyler Boone (tylerboonemusic.com). The episode was produced by LMC Soundsystem.  

Trending
3. The good science of ‘bad Brazilians'

Trending

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 20:22


Brazil has pledged to end deforestation within a decade in a pledge signed by more than 100 nations at the COP26 climate summit. But do Brazilian leaders really believe in fighting climate change? Inside the country, climate change disinformation is thriving, while good and credible information is being undermined, even by the country's own president. Influential voices with connections to the agriculture industry are spreading baseless conspiracy theories that man-made climate change is a hoax, invented by foreigners to hold the country's economy back. Scientists at one of the government's own agencies were accused of being “bad Brazilians” by President Jair Bolsonaro, after they produced data which showed an alarming rate of deforestation in the Amazon. The row resulted in the sacking of the head of the agency, who now fears the government is in the grip of climate change denialism. However, President Bolsonaro insists he is stepping up protection of the environment and has warned other countries not to meddle in Brazil's internal affairs. Is the Amazon, one of the most important regions in the world for fighting climate change, safe in his hands?

The Square Ball: Leeds United Podcast
The Match Ball: Norwich City 1-2 Leeds United | Premier League | 31st Oct 2021

The Square Ball: Leeds United Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 34:19


Full time reaction as Leeds United secured the three points in a second half five minute spell, with our two Brazilians bagging the goals. Samba de Janeiro! With levisolicitors.co.uk/thesquareball See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Let’s Toast To Knowledge (LTTK)

It is the diversity of Brazil for me in this episode. It's like several countries in one and possibly one of the most diverse countries in the world. Lucas and I had an interesting chat about Portuguese which I know now as the official language in the country. Other things in-between like where to visit apart from Rio de Janeiro which pretty much everyone knows, or what Brazilians eat and the stereotypes were also covered!  Please enjoy this episode! Love,  Ololade 

Kia Ora Brazil
Kia Ora Brazil - 28-10-2021

Kia Ora Brazil

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 28:19


Bel Cristina volta para nos contar como tem sido empreender durante a pandemia e os desafios do câncer. A magazine-style show featuring news, commentary and music from Brazil, plus discussions about life in New Zealand for ex-pat Brazilians living in the Waikato.

Speaking Brazilian Podcast
Brazilians don't say NO (NÃO)

Speaking Brazilian Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 6:09


Join the Speaking Brazilian YouTube Club to have access to the transcript of my videos: https://school.speakingbrazilian.com/p/youtube Start learning Brazilian Portuguese today! Take advantage of all the free resources offered by Speaking Brazilian Language School: https://www.speakingbrazilian.com/free 1. Take a free mini-course in pronunciation: https://school.speakingbrazilian.com/p/mini-course-brazilian-portuguese-pronunciation 2. Subscribe to weekly YouTube lessons: https://www.youtube.com/speakingbrazilian 3. Join my Facebook community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/858660941188408/ 4. Read my blog: https://www.speakingbrazilian.com/blog 5. Join my monthly live Q&A every first Thursday of the month at 12 pm NY time on YouTube 6. Follow my Instagram: @Virginia_Langhammer * Speaking Brazilian Language School specializes in Brazilian Portuguese. We offer online courses for students of all levels.   Aprenda o português do brasil. Learn Brazilian Portuguese. Aprende el portugués de Brasil. Apprenez le portugais du Brésil. Lerne Portugiesisch aus Brasilien. Impara il portoghese brasiliano.

Salmerica Podcast
Brazil, Biraciality, and Brawner (Part 2)

Salmerica Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 20:09


In this episode, Dr. Akers continues to discuss with author and missiologist Dr. Jeff Brawner issues such as culture, unity, and what we can learn from Brazilians about racial reconciliation.

Fan Reaction Show
Whose Name Will Be On The Trophy? The Fans Debate!

Fan Reaction Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 6:51


This upcoming weekend sees the 14th edition of the MTN8 take place between Mamelodi Sundowns and Cape Town City at the Moses Mabhida stadium. The last time the Citizens had their hands on the trophy was during the 2018/19 season whereas Sundowns haven't won an official MTN8 trophy. Sundowns last won this trophy in 2007, but the competition was still known as the SAA Supa Eight cup. When it comes to the head-to-head stats, these two teams have faced off against each other 23 times, with the Citizens winning 8 games, losing 12, and drawing 3. Masandawana have won 12 and lost 8. Cape Town City have been in fine form in recent weeks having won 7 home games, where sundowns have had a mixed bag of performances, however clean sheets and scoring goals seem to be a trend with the Brazilians, winning 10 of the recent home games. The outcome will not be known until the fine kick of the ball, but one thing is for certain, a mouthwatering fixture is on the cards. With the game being filled with uncertainty, many fans believe this match is going to be one of the toughest with one fan even saying ‘I don't know who is going to win.' On the latest episode of the Fan Reaction Show, soccer fans around the country preview the 2021/2022 MTN8 final between Mamelodi Sundowns and Cape Town City. This is the 14th edition of the competition and Masandawana fans are hopeful that their team will have their name on the trophy.

Business Daily
Saving the Amazon with economics

Business Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 17:29


The Amazon is the world's largest rainforest but this crucial carbon sink is facing increased deforestation. Land clearing for mining or agriculture has increased under Brazil's president Jair Bolsanaro. But the world needs the Amazon jungle to keep absorbing carbon if more ambitious climate goals are to be met. Is there a place for the private sector to step in where governments have failed? Vivienne Nunis hears from economist Nat Keohane about a new not-for-profit called Emergent. It acts as a kind of middle man, connecting tropical forests with corporations searching for ways to cancel out their emissions. Can it work? Also on the programme, journalist Karla Mendes explains how many Brazilians feel about the Amazon's plight, while Robert Muggah from the Igarapé Institute tells us companies such as Google have stepped up to help with deforestation mapping, when government agencies had their budgets cut. Producer: Sarah Treanor. Image: A toucan in the Amazon rainforest. Credit: Getty Images

英语每日一听 | 每天少于5分钟
第1377期:As Brazilians Arrive at US, a Suspected Smuggler Profits

英语每日一听 | 每天少于5分钟

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 6:03


Record numbers of Brazilians have been arrested at the United States' southern border this year. Police believe the investigation into one man has led them to one of the smuggling operations that moves migrants north.今年在美国南部边境被捕的巴西人数量创历史新高。警方认为,对一名男子的调查使他们参与了一项将移民向北迁移的走私行动。In early June, Brazilian federal police arrested Chelbe Moraes. He is a Brazilian businessman who is suspected of illegally taking his daughter to Paraguay after a dispute with her mother.6 月初,巴西联邦警察逮捕了 Chelbe Moraes。他是一名巴西商人,在与母亲发生争执后,涉嫌非法将女儿带到巴拉圭。During the investigation into the charges, police listened to the phone calls of Moraes' business partners. The officers began to suspect Moraes was an experienced people smuggler, or “coyote.”在对指控进行调查期间,警方听取了 Moraes 商业伙伴的电话。官员们开始怀疑 Moraes 是一个有经验的人口走私者,或者“土狼”。On June 25, a police report was sent to a federal judge and seen by Reuters. It asked that several criminal charges be filed against Moraes, including illegally moving a child, human smuggling and agreeing to perform an illegal act.6 月 25 日,一份警方报告被发送给一名联邦法官,并被路透社看到。它要求对莫赖斯提出多项刑事指控,包括非法移动儿童、人口走私和同意进行非法行为。Police accuse him of charging Brazilians around $20,000 each to illegally enter the United States via Mexico without legal visas. Court documents say Moraes built an international network that includes corrupt police officers and officials, and U.S.-based family members.警方指控他向巴西人每人收取约 20,000 美元,以在没有合法签证的情况下通过墨西哥非法进入美国。法庭文件称,莫赖斯建立了一个国际网络,其中包括腐败的警察和官员,以及在美国的家庭成员。Moraes said he is innocent. He told Reuters he runs a lawful agency that informs people on how to get asylum in the United States. He said he has helped up to 200 people over 20 years. He charges those who meet U.S. rules on asylum up to $18,086 to help them migrate.莫拉斯说他是无辜的。他告诉路透社,他经营一家合法机构,负责告知人们如何在美国获得庇护。他说他在 20 年里帮助了多达 200 人。他向符合美国庇护规定的人收取高达 18,086 美元的费用,以帮助他们移民。Moraes said his information is costly, “… because I know American laws.”Moraes 说他的信息很昂贵,“……因为我了解美国法律。”U.S. Customs and Border Protection, or CBP, say during the first 11 months of the 2021 financial year, 46,280 Brazilians were arrested by officials at the southern U.S. border, making them sixth among nationalities arrested at the border in 2021. More than 550,000 Mexicans have been arrested.美国海关和边境保护局 (CBP) 表示,在 2021 财年的前 11 个月,有 46,280 名巴西人在美国南部边境被官员逮捕,使他们在 2021 年在边境被捕的国籍中排名第六。超过 550,000 名墨西哥人被捕被逮捕。It is part of a wave of Latin American migrants leaving countries whose economies have been damaged by COVID-19. Southern border arrests have jumped to their highest levels in 20 years.它是离开经济受到 COVID-19 破坏的国家的拉丁美洲移民浪潮的一部分。南部边境逮捕人数跃升至 20 年来的最高水平。As of now, Moraes remains free in Brazil after saying he was not guilty of illegally taking his child to Paraguay. No charges have been placed in connection to a possible smuggling operation. This permits police to continue their investigation of Moraes.截至目前,莫赖斯在巴西表示他没有非法将孩子带到巴拉圭的罪名后仍然自由。没有对可能的走私活动提出任何指控。这允许警方继续调查莫赖斯。Two people who knew of his suspected actions, a former customer and a former partner, talked with Reuters. They said Moraes tells his customers to act like tourists when they arrive in Mexico. They also said Moraes sometimes helps his customers by paying Mexican immigration officials.两个知道他的可疑行为的人,一个前客户和一个前合作伙伴,与路透社进行了交谈。他们说,莫赖斯告诉他的顾客在抵达墨西哥时要表现得像游客一样。他们还说,莫赖斯有时会通过向墨西哥移民官员付款来帮助他的客户。The two people said Moraes transports the Brazilians north. They either jump the border with the help of paid Mexican coyotes, or they ask for asylum by using false papers and stories Moraes has prepared.两人说,莫赖斯将巴西人运送到北方。他们要么在付费的墨西哥土狼的帮助下越过边境,要么使用莫拉斯准备的虚假文件和故事来寻求庇护。People who can prove they face mistreatment at home because of their race, religion, nationality, social group or political opinions may meet the requirements for U.S. asylum. Those who enter the U.S. may remain for years in the states while their cases are processed because of the number of cases courts have.能够证明他们在家中因种族、宗教、国籍、社会群体或政治观点而受到虐待的人可能符合美国庇护的要求。由于法院审理的案件数量众多,那些进入美国的人可能会在案件审理期间在各州逗留多年。Moraes said those who claim he ran a smuggling operation were “induced” to do so by police or did not like him due to his success.莫拉斯说,那些声称他从事走私活动的人是被警察“诱使”这样做的,或者由于他的成功而不喜欢他。But he recognized he has gained from Brazil's problems.但他承认他从巴西的问题中获益。He said, "The worse the government here gets, the better for me.”他说:“这里的政府越差,对我越好。”

Newshour
Brazil Covid report: Bolsonaro should be charged over pandemic

Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 52:36


A Senate inquiry in Brazil says President Jair Bolsonaro should be charged for crimes against humanity over his handling of the covid pandemic. It accused the president of deliberately acting too slowly and exposing Brazilians to the virus. Mr Bolsanaro says he is guilty of nothing. Also, the European parliament has awarded the Sakharov human rights prize to the jailed Russian opposition figure, Alexei Navalny. We hear from the Russian author, Boris Akunin. Plus, the Afghan evacuees in the UK who say their lives are on hold, and the Myanmar political prisoner let out of jail and remaining defiant. (Photo: With over 600,000 fatalities, Brazil has the second-highest Covid-related death toll in the world behind only the US. Credit: Reuters)

Newshour
Covid: Brazil's Bolsonaro 'should be charged with crimes against humanity'

Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 49:00


The report is the culmination of a six-month inquiry that has revealed scandals and corruption in government. President Bolsonaro has been accused of failing to control the virus that has killed more than 600,000 Brazilians. Also on the programme: we hear from one of the prisoners released in Myanmar; and how pig kidneys could be used in surgery on humans. (Image: Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro gestures during the ceremony for the Modernization of Occupational Health and Safety Regulations on 7 October 2021. Credit: Reuters/Marcelino)

World Business Report
Brazil's economic challenges

World Business Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 26:27


A Brazilian parliamentary committee is calling for President Bolsonaro to face charges. These would be related to Mr Bolsonaro's handling of the coronavirus pandemic, which has claimed the lives of more than 600,000 Brazilians. We get a sense of Brazil's economic challenges as a result of how Covid ripped through the country, from economist Daniel Duque of the Brazilian Institute of Economics. Also in the programme, the BBC's Ed Butler reports on a rusting oil tanker moored off the coast of Yemen that poses a major environmental risk. Plus, as the world's largest book fair gets under way in Frankfurt, we hear how the pandemic has impacted book sales from Bodour Al Qasimi, founder of children's publisher Kalimat in the United Arab Emirates, who is also president of the International Publishers' Association.

Salmerica Podcast
Brazil, Biraciality, and Brawner (Part 1)

Salmerica Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 20:09


In this episode, Dr. Akers sits down with author and missiologist Dr. Jeff Brawner to talk about issues such as culture, unity, and what we can learn from Brazilians about racial reconciliation.

The Bitboy Crypto Podcast
This Country Is Buying ALL Your Bitcoin!!

The Bitboy Crypto Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 44:56


Around the Blockchain is your favorite Cryptocurrency show discussing the latest crypto news, events, and updates. We'll talk about your favorite crypto assets including Bitcoin, Ethereum, and the top altcoins. Our four crypto experts include Naomi Brockwell, CryptoWendyO, MacNCheeasy and Ben Armstrong. Tune in for their insightful crypto analysis! Today we are discussing Brazilians buying up loads of Bitcoin! Can the 9th largest economy start moving the BTC price? Also, Ethereum supply is dwindling, maybe we have a supply shock... Finally, NY is cracking down on crypto companies. Should you be worried?

BJJ Mental Models
Ep. 148: The Aging Grappler, feat. Chris & Melissa Haueter

BJJ Mental Models

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 65:41


This week we're joined by Chris and Melissa Haueter!  The Haueters are Jiu-Jitsu legends, with Chris being one of the first non-Brazilians to obtain a BJJ black belt.  Chris and Melissa share their experiences with getting older and aging gracefully in the sport of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.Learn from Chris and Melissa Haueter online at Combat Base Club:https://combatbase.com/Mental models discussed in this episode:Self-Competitionhttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/self-competition/Short-term/Long-term Paradoxhttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/short-term-long-term-paradox/Plus, Minus, Equalshttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/plus-minus-equals/Idea Communismhttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/idea-communism/Prioritize Longevityhttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/prioritize-longevity/Stress and Recoveryhttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/stress-and-recovery/Funnelinghttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/funneling/Shuharihttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/shuhari/Beginner's Mindhttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/beginners-mind/Don't forget to check out BJJ Mental Models Premium!If you love the podcast, you'll definitely love our premium membership offerings. The podcast is truly just the tip of the iceberg – the next steps on your journey are joining our community, downloading our strategy courseware, and working with us to optimize your game.  We do all this through memberships that come in at a fraction of the cost of a single private.Sign up here for a free trial:https://premium.bjjmentalmodels.com/Need more BJJ Mental Models?Get tips, tricks, and breakthrough insights from our newsletter:https://bjjmentalmodels.com/newsletter/Get nitty-gritty details on our mental models from the full database:https://bjjmentalmodels.com/database/Let them know you're an educated grappler with our merch:https://bjjmentalmodels.com/store/Follow us on social:https://facebook.com/bjjmentalmodels/https://instagram.com/bjjmentalmodels/Music by Enterprize:https://enterprize.bandcamp.com/

The Fifth Floor
Why I became a journalist

The Fifth Floor

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 41:45


For many the decision to become a journalist emerges slowly, but not for Nataliya Zotova. Writing was always a passion, and the killing of Novaya Gazeta's Anna Politkovskaya inspired her to work at the same newspaper. She shares her journey from shy teenager to BBC Russian reporter. The Chinese workers who live in fear in Pakistan Chinese workers who move to Pakistan to work on projects connected to China's Belt and Road initiative are increasingly being targetted by local militant groups. BBC Urdu's Sarah Atiq visited a factory in Balochistan where the Chinese employees have to live on site under armed guard. Give us back our gold! The theme of stolen gold is a popular internet meme used by Brazilians against the Portuguese. Brazil had a huge gold rush in the 18th century, and there's a feeling that nearly all that wealth ended up in Portugal. As BBC Brasil's Vitor Tavares explains, the real story is much more complex. 1, 2, 3: counting around the world Counting on your fingers is as easy as 1, 2, 3 right? But do you start with your thumb, or your pinkie, or even your index finger? Maybe you get clever and use each finger segment to triple up the number? Counting around the world, with Suping of BBC Chinese, Devina Gupta of BBC Hindi, Grigor Atanesian of BBC Russian and Iman Mohammed of BBC Somali. Vietnam's pets killed for Covid Vietnam's extended lockdowns have left many people out of work and forced them to return to their home towns. The story of one family's return sparked outrage when the authorities destroyed their pets – 15 dogs and 1 cat. BBC Vietnamese journalist Bui Thu spoke to the family. Image: Nataliya Zotova at work Credit: Georgy Malets

Aussie English
AE 1025 - Raising Bilingual Children with Shana Thompson

Aussie English

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 66:37


I've been chin-wagging with the best people in the world while in lockdown! Today's guest is Shana Thompson, host of the American English Podcast! Like me, she creates fun & educational content designed for intermediate to Advanced English learners. Ah mates, we've got much in common! We both do podcasts for English learners. We both married Brazilians (she's American, and I'm- well, you know that, don't you?!). We both know how to speak Portuguese. AND we both have two children who are growing up in a bilingual household! In today's talk, we talk about what it takes to "marry" a new culture. How it feels to open up yourself to a different way of doing things. We also talk about the struggles of learning a new language. Like, when you're up there at that intermediate level (like you!), now what? And we also talk about how we are raising bilingual children! Our children are learning both English and Portuguese at the same time, and it's fascinating to watch them switch between the two languages. Besides English, are you learning another language? Tell me about it in the comments below! Improve your listening skills today – listen, play, & pause this episode – and start speaking like a native English speaker!

From Our Own Correspondent Podcast
A Haitian Odyssey Across The Americas

From Our Own Correspondent Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 28:42


In recent weeks, images of thousands of Haitian migrants living in squalid conditions in a temporary camp in Texas have caused widespread shock and anger in the United States. US Border patrol agents on horseback forced many of them back across the Rio Grande into Mexico. Thousands more were deported back to Haiti, which is in the grip of its deepest economic and political crisis for years. The US Special Envoy to Haiti, Daniel Foote, resigned last month in protest at the Biden Administration's deportations policy, which he described as “inhumane” and “counterproductive”. Some of the migrants say it was also arbitrary, with no clarity about the process deciding who made it into the US and who was sent home. Will Grant met two families, at the US-Mexico border and in Haiti, whose journeys north came to very different ends: Last year, Thailand was rocked by student-led protests, which for the first time broke a taboo on criticising the monarchy. But the Thai government led by General Prayuth Chan-ocha fought back, using a raft of repressive laws to prosecute the protest leaders. Together with a rapid rise in Covid infections, that appeared to put a stop to the street rallies. The protest gatherings have now resumed but on a smaller scale. As Jonathan Head has been finding out, the heady optimism of the students last year has been replaced by a harder-edged realism over just how long it might take to reform Thailand's politics. Last weekend, thousands of people from 150 towns and cities across Brazil joined street protests against its President, Jair Bolsonaro. Many of them were angry about his handling of the pandemic which has killed at least 600,000 Brazilians so far. Not all the criticism is centred on Covid, though. Some of his former supporters are now calling for his resignation too – and their concerns are more ideological. The President is as combative as ever – and he still has control of Congress, though his public support has slumped to its lowest level yet in opinion polls. Katy Watson reports from Sao Paulo. Questions about the future of coal have caused some of the deepest divisions in modern Australia. The debate may soon get even sharper as COP26 and other climate-change summits try to push rich nations to set a faster pace in giving up fossil fuels. Australia still uses coal to generate about 70% of its electricity, making it the most carbon-polluting nation per person in the world. As Phil Mercer explains, the country's vast natural resources help fuel its domestic politics, as well as its power stations. And the BBC's new Middle East correspondent Anna Foster offers some personal first impressions of settling in to her posting to the Lebanese capital, Beirut - and of the extraordinary resilience which keeps the city's people going. Producer: Polly Hope

Market to Market - Market Analysis
Market Analysis: Arlan Suderman

Market to Market - Market Analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021


Traders took a tepid response at news of export sales to Mexico while harvest pressure carried more weight and a return of the “oats knows” comments. For the week, December wheat lost 21 cents while the nearby corn contract decline 11 cents. China appears to be back buying U.S. soybeans while the Brazilians intend to plant more of the crop. The November soybean contract dropped 4 cents. December meal shed $8.20 per ton. December cotton added $5.88 per hundredweight. In the dairy parlor, November Class III milk futures moved 50 cents higher. A mixed week in the livestock sector.

Carioca Connection: Brazilian Portuguese Conversation.
S07:E16 - Adventures with Alexia {Special Project!}

Carioca Connection: Brazilian Portuguese Conversation.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 16:42


Alexia is working on a new project, one of the big ones. She's talking to Brazilians living outside of Brazil who have a lot of stories to tell. From Gasglow to Singapore, be ready to immerse on how Brazilians are making it in different parts of the globe. Visit Carioca Connection at https://cariocaconnection.com/

Newshour
What next for President Duterte?

Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 48:19


Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte says he's retiring from politics, only a month after saying he'd run in elections next year. The International Criminal Court is investigating Mr Duterte for alleged crimes against humanity but he has sworn that he will never appear before an international court. We ask what his next step is likely to be. Also in the programme: thousands turn out across the US to show their support for abortion rights; and how Brazilians are suffering from the effects of drought. Photo: Philippine Senator Christopher "Bong" Go, accompanied by President Rodrigo Duterte, files his candidacy to join the vice presidential race Credit: REUTERS/Lisa Marie David

Latin America in Focus
What to Expect When Expecting the Brazilian Elections

Latin America in Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 38:18


We're one year out from Brazil's October 2022 presidential vote, but there are a lot of clues about the shape of the race already. IDEIA Big Data's Mauricio Moura tells AS/COA Online's Luisa Leme how Jair Bolsonaro's approval ratings, the pandemic, technology, and Brazilians' lack of interest in politics could make—or break—the incumbent's reelection plans.

PRI: Arts and Entertainment
Brazil takes its kite-flying passion to a whole new level

PRI: Arts and Entertainment

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021


During the pandemic, Brazilians took even greater interest in kite flying, a popular pastime considered by some as sport. But there is also a dark side.

SBS Portuguese - SBS em Português
Mauricio Carvalho Lyrio is Brazil's new ambassador to Australia - Visto Work and Holiday para brasileiros: “o acordo já está concluído e entrará em vigor o quanto antes”, diz novo embaixador do Brasil na Austrália

SBS Portuguese - SBS em Português

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 12:34


He recently arrived in Australia and is serving a mandatory quarantine period at the official residence of the Brazilian ambassador in Canberra. In an interview with SBS in Portuguese, he spoke about his management plans, which include bringing back to Australia Brazilians imprisoned abroad, implementing the Work and Holiday visa for Brazilians and expanding ties between Brazil and Australia in the most diverse areas with focus on agriculture. - Mauricio Carvalho Lyrio é o novo embaixador do Brasil na Austrália. Ele chegou recentemente ao país e está cumprindo período de quarentena obrigatório na residência oficial do embaixador do Brasil em Camberra. Em entrevista à SBS em Português, ele falou sobre os planos de sua gestão, que incluem trazer de volta à Austrália os brasileiros 'presos' no exterior devido à pandemia, implementar o visto Work and Holiday para brasileiros e expandir os laços entre Brasil e Austrália nas mais diversas áreas, com foco na agricultura.

This is Not a Show
62. This Is Not the Fart Schematics

This is Not a Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 62:26


Keith and Jordan experience pineapple-related violence at a music festival. Tom has an awkward encounter with some Brazilians. Come see Keith in Pittsburgh: www.eventbrite.com/e/keith-careyni…ts-170330349661 PATREON: patreon.com/thisisnotashow Follow us on social media. Keith Twitter/IG: @keithtellsjokes Tom Twitter/IG: @gossgoss6 Show Twitter: @NotAShowPod Show IG: @thisisnotashowpod

Sound the Foghorn
Expanding the Wild Pt. 4 - Wild Brasil

Sound the Foghorn

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 47:30


Part 4 of the "Expanding the Wild" mini series continues with special guest William Fernando, better known to #mnwildTwitter as the admin behind @WildBrazuca. William takes his through his journey into becoming an American sports fan, how a basketball led him to Minnesota sports fandom, his love for the Wild and how he's working with fellow Brazilians to grow the game of hockey in the country he calls home.  Producer's note: This is by far one of the coolest episodes of Sound the Foghorn that we've ever recorded and we really hope you all enjoy listening to it as much as we enjoyed recording it. Follow us on Twitter @SoundTheFoghorn And on Instagram: @soundthefoghorn Brett Marshall @B_Marsh92 Zeke Boyat @ZBwildnation_HW Justin Bakke @deast2004, @mnwprospects & @KaprizovC Thanks to Kyle Hance (@Enerrgizer) for designing our podcast's logo. Intro music: "Feel Something" by ILLENIUM, Excision and I Prevail. Outro music: "Heavenly Side" by ILLENIUM and Matt Maeson. New episodes every Thursday night covering the Minnesota Wild, their prospects, the NHL, AHL and more! Please follow, rate and leave us a review! 

Football Cliches - A show about the unique language of football

The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, James Maw and Jack Pitt-Brooke languish in the second tier of European football to establish the most Europa League lineup possible: from diminutive Iberian playmakers to Brazilians with one name and a squad number between 80-99, via a lengthy dispute over the merits of Victor Moses. Led out, naturally, by Unai Emery, these are the ultimate Thursday-nighters. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Spice Bags
1: Brasil Delicioso!

Spice Bags

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 63:29


Brazil is a vast multicultural food lab where you find a myriad of flours, Amazonian, African and Asian ingredients and Portuguese inspired sweets. As more Brazilians come to Ireland, we are starting to see more exciting food ventures from Brazilian style sushi to steakhouses. In this episode, we do a whirlwind tour of Brazilian businesses and meet the charismatic baker and entrepreneur Fabiano Mayor of Sugar Loaf Bakery in Dublin who tells us about the Brazilian sweets and food history, Euzana Forkan, Masters student in gastronomy at TUD tells us about cassava, the versatile root that underpins so much of Brazilian food culture. Finally, Pedro Ferraz, executive chef for Bodytonic group (Wigwam & Bernard Shaw) tells us that Russian beef stroganoff is a Brazilian family dish!  Instagram @sugarloafdublin @wigwamdublin References Brazilian food by Thiago Castanho

SBS World News Radio
England vaccine passport plans ditched ahead of European winter

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 5:03


Brazilians are planting trees to honour COVID-19 victims, and South Africa is easing COVID-19 restrictions.

From Our Own Correspondent Podcast
Brazil's Embattled President Tries to Rally his Supporters

From Our Own Correspondent Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2021 29:02


There is only one power Jair Bolsonaro thinks can remove him from power, and that is God - at least that's what Brazil's President, told his audience at a rally on Tuesday. He had called on people to come out and support him at events across the country - and come out they did, though not perhaps the million he had hoped would attend. Mr Bolsonaro clearly wanted to demonstrate that he still has voter pulling power, what with his poll ratings tumbling ahead of elections next year. Many blame him for the huge toll from Covid, a disease the President famously once dismissed as "the sniffles." Now, there are more than half a million Brazilians dead from coronavirus, yet he remains unapologetic. Tuesday's rally saw the President on full throttle, railing against the Supreme Court, which is currently investigating him in response to various allegations - the judges, he said, were communists. Watching all this in Sao Paolo was Andrew Downie. When you hear that a country has declared a state of emergency, you might wonder what kind of calamity has befallen it – a natural disaster perhaps, or invasion by a foreign army. Poland declared a state of emergency this week, but not for any of these reasons. Rather it was a fear that thousands of refugees and illegal immigrants are about to come pouring across the country's border from next door Belarus. Hundreds have arrived already - most it seems originally from Afghanistan and Iraq. Belarus's President Aleksander Lukashenko, stands accused of encouraging these people to cross from his country into Poland – as a way of provoking the Polish government. Meanwhile, caught in the middle, are the new arrivals themselves, many trapped in no-man's land on the Belarus-Polish border, as Adam Easton explains. It was “farewell Mutti” from German MPs this week – “Mutti” being the German word for “mum,” and the nickname given to the country's chancellor, Angela Merkel. She made her final speech to the country's Parliament, two weeks before Germany holds national elections. The result of that contest is still very hard to predict, with polls showing the different political parties yoyo-ing up and down in popularity. However, there is one outcome which is certain: Chancellor Merkel will no longer be Chancellor – she will stand down at the end of the process, after nearly sixteen years in power. She was famously Germany's first female leader , and also the first from the formerly communist East Germany … and yet, not all these labels are quite as straightforward as they seem, according to Damien McGuiness. The attacks of September 11th twenty years ago marked the beginning of what was called the “Global War on Terror.” This was conducted in many countries and in different ways – western countries fearing they may be targeted, just as New York's Twin Towers and the Pentagon had been. And it was fought against countries accused of harbouring terrorists, most notably Afghanistan. With US troops pulling out of Afghanistan last month, there's no sign of that “War on Terror” abating. One place that it continues to be fought with particular ferocity is in Africa – from Tunisia in the north, which has seen horrific bomb and gun attacks on civilians, to Mozambique in the continent's southeast, where a relatively new Islamist insurgency has cost many lives. Catherine Byaruhanga has been to many of these hot-spots, and reflects on how Africa has fared since 9-11.

The Blue Room
Weekly - Little Breads

The Blue Room

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 46:48


Matt is joined by Alan, Les and Sarah. We reflect on a tough start for Everton Women, bans for Brazilians and predict how James Rodriguez's second season at the club may pan out.

Political Misfits
Brazil Bolsonaro Protests; El Salvador and Bitcoin; Warrior Met Strike

Political Misfits

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 111:18


Aline Piva, researcher and journalist based in Sao Paulo, joins us to talk about the ongoing protests in Brazil, where President Bolsonaro called for his supporters to take to the streets, which in turn sparked counter protests across the country. We talk about the broader connections of the Bolsonaro government to other conservative movements, including some in the U.S., whether these pro-Bolsonaro protests are being used to divert attention from various corruption probes and his sagging popularity among Brazilians, and the possible matchup against Lula in the next elections.Sinclair Skinner, co-founder of BitMari, a Pan-African blockchain remittance platform, human rights activist, political adviser, and serial entrepreneur, talks to us about El Salvador making bitcoin legal tender in the country this week, how this transition is going, whether the country has the technological infrastructure in place to implement these changes, and whether the move to cryptocurrency will benefit all El Salvadoreans, and not just currency speculators. Jacob Morrison, co-host of The Valley Labor Report radio show and podcast, talks to us about the ongoing Warrior Met Coal miners strike, efforts to generate solidarity among the population, actions taken by the strikers beyond the South, and whether the media is giving them a fair shake in the coverage. We also talk about how studies demonstrate that union membership is essential to the fight for economic equality, social and racial justice, and what could be done to strengthen workers in the U.S. John Kiriakou, co-host of the Backstory on Radio Sputnik, talks to us about new poll highlighting US sentiments towards government surveillance and what Americans thought about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the CIA's social media presence and what this means for whitewashing their history, and the probe into rogue security unit at the Commerce Department that was collecting information on hundreds of its employees and average citizens.Austin Pelli, producer at Radio Sputnik, talks to us about Derek Jeter's induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame, and former NFL running back Clinton Portis pleaded guilty on Friday to conspiracy to commit health care fraud.

每日一經濟學人 LEON x The Economist
*第五季*【EP. 205】#580 經濟學人導讀 feat. 國際時事 feat. 新聞評論【以巴和美國 >>> 耶路撒冷何等重要?;世界氣象組織 >>> 氣候變遷導致自然災害;喀布爾淪陷 >>> 大意了?;巴西的原著民權

每日一經濟學人 LEON x The Economist

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 35:51


Skeptic Generation
Our Sweet Sixteen! | Skeptic Generation | Episode 16 Season 1

Skeptic Generation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 87:37


We've blown out our sixteen candles and now it's time for some fun! Feel free to call in and tell us what you believe and why, or just tune in to watch the fireworks (AKA Vi's head exploding). ___________ TIME STAMPS & SHOW NOTES 00:00 - Intro - Addressing the Elephant in the Womb (SB8) 7:19 - James (he/him) - AUS - Future Impact of Texas Abortion Bill 18:23 - Leon (he/him) - UK - Anti-vax Doctor Calls In (And Gets Hung Up On) 43:25 - Isaiah (he/him) - South Korea - Theist Calls In With Some Love 49:23 - Gohan (he/him) - TX - Vi Wants to Abort Criminal Violinists 1:15:28 - Felipe (he/him) - Brazil - How to Promote Skepticism as a Doctor? 00:00 The rights of individual Texans have come under fire due to the passing of SB8, an anti-choice bill that limits abortion access and puts bounties on the heads of anyone who gets or assists in reproductive healthcare. For more information, please see the following resources: The text of TX SB8: https://legiscan.com/TX/text/SB8/id/2395961 Overview from the Texas Tribune: https://www.texastribune.org/2021/08/31/texas-abortion-law-supreme-court/ Statement by the American Medical Association: https://www.ama-assn.org/delivering-care/patient-support-advocacy/texas-sb-8-puts-bounties-doctors-heads-delivering-care New York Times opinion: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/04/opinion/texas-abortion-law.html Operation Jane video from Anonymous: https://youtu.be/qd-_3gClpaw Report on TikTok vs. Right to Life's snitch website: https://www.npr.org/2021/09/03/1034008380/tiktok-texas-abortion-ban-spam-website-activists 07:19What are the implications of Texas's most recent “Heartbeat Bill,” SB 8? James from Australia wonders what the legal landscape will look like now, not just for people with uteruses but other disenfranchised groups. Vi breaks down how the law might play out, and why we should be concerned. 18:23Message from the hosts: While the mission of this show is to refute as many terrible arguments as we can, we need to be constantly aware when platforming dangerous rhetoric does more harm than good. This was one of those instances, and resulted in a decision to terminate the call. Leon & Libby call in from the UK to talk about why it's inadvisable to vaccinate children for COVID-19. Be warned, this is a Gish gallop of misinformation which the hosts do their best to halt. Vi ends up hanging up, but not before the callers have discredited themselves through demonstrably bad statistical analysis, logical fallacies, and citing of unverified sources. Why VAERS data is unreliable: https://theconversation.com/unverified-reports-of-vaccine-side-effects-in-vaers-arent-the-smoking-guns-portrayed-by-right-wing-media-outlets-they-can-offer-insight-into-vaccine-hesitancy-166401 Percentage of COVID patients with neurological disorders after recovery: https://www.forbes.com/sites/roberthart/2021/06/04/high-numbers-of-covid-patients-report-impact-on-mental-health-research-shows/?sh=734f2e5f1d08 Study of number of childhood deaths due to COVID in the UK (6/2020): https://adc.bmj.com/content/early/2021/06/21/archdischild-2020-320899 COVID cases, hospitalizations, and deaths in children in US: https://www.aap.org/en/pages/2019-novel-coronavirus-covid-19-infections/children-and-covid-19-state-level-data-report/ 43:25This caller expresses appreciation for the way Skeptic Generation approaches topics in a more conversational, long-form way. Is it the best atheist call-in show on the internet currently? Who can say, but we certainly think so! For any and all inquiries about guest appearances or collaborations (we're interested!) please reach out to contactskepticgeneration@gmail.com. 49:23If you've followed the hosts for a while, you'll probably remember Gohan, a frequent Talk Heathen caller back in the day. He's back, and ready to spar with Vi about the morality of abortion. His weapon of choice: the violinist argument (and Trent Horn's reverse violinist argument). Too bad for him. Vi is *not* taking this conversation lightly today. To hear a brilliant discussion of the violinist argument, check out Abigail Thorn's video on her channel @PhilosophyTube: https://youtu.be/c2PAajlHbnU 1:15:28Did you know there is apparently a church created every hour in Brazil? A local doctor calls into the show and expresses his concern that widespread credulity in his country is resulting in Brazilians denying medical care on the advice of their pastors. How can he help?___________Skeptic Generation is LIVE every Sunday at 11:30am-1:00pm CTCall on your phone: 585-LA-MURPH (585-526-8774) Call online: https://tiny.cc/callSG Love the show? Become a patron: https://tiny.cc/donatetoSG Buy merch: https://tiny.cc/SGmerch Help with our studio: https://tiny.cc/SGwishlist Join us after the show on Discord: tiny.cc/SGdiscordTo find out more, visit https://www.skepticgeneration.com Copyright © 2021 Skeptic Generation. All rights reserved.

The Anfield Index Podcast
AI Extra Podcast: Daily Red Podcast: September 1st 2021

The Anfield Index Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 14:35


On today's episode Dave discusses the fallout of the transfer window as Liverpool struggle to sell players on deadline day, and also give Nat Phillips a new contract. He also talks about the Brazilians potentially missing the Leeds game due to quarantine. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Speaking Brazilian Podcast
Brazilians don‘t say SIM (yes)

Speaking Brazilian Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 8:44


Join the Speaking Brazilian YouTube Club to have access to the transcript of my videos: https://school.speakingbrazilian.com/p/youtube Start learning Brazilian Portuguese today! Take advantage of all the free resources offered by Speaking Brazilian Language School: 1. Take a free mini-course in pronunciation: https://school.speakingbrazilian.com/p/mini-course-brazilian-portuguese-pronunciation 2. Subscribe to weekly YouTube lessons: https://www.youtube.com/speakingbrazilian 3. Join my Facebook community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/858660941188408/ 4. Read my blog: https://www.speakingbrazilian.com/blog 5. Join my monthly live Q&A every first Thursday of the month at 12 pm NY time on YouTube 6. Follow my Instagram: @Virginia_Langhammer * Speaking Brazilian Language School specializes in Brazilian Portuguese. We offer online courses for students of all levels.   Aprenda o português do brasil. Learn Brazilian Portuguese. Aprende el portugués de Brasil. Apprenez le portugais du Brésil. Lerne Portugiesisch aus Brasilien. Impara il portoghese brasiliano.

PRI's The World
A majority of Brazilians embrace the COVID-19 vaccine 

PRI's The World

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 47:08


In Brazil, President Jair Bolsonaro has been public about his anti-vaccine position on COVID-19. Brazilians, on the other hand, have embraced it. According to a recent poll, 90% of Brazilians say they plan on getting vaccinated. Also, Afghans fleeing Taliban rule are starting to arrive in the US. Many are starting a new chapter of life in apartments, often arranged by refugee resettlement agencies. And, Vice President Kamala Harris is in midst of her Southeast Asia trip to reassure allies that the US remains committed to the region. Plus, the 2020 Paralympic Games have kicked off in Tokyo, with more than 4,000 athletes competing across 22 sports. 

SBW Radio Podcast
Dance Connection With Kennto -SBW Radio Show #001

SBW Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 104:37


KENNTO, Sony Music Artist is a Brazilian DJ, Music Producer, Composer, and Writer. With a solid career, he performed for over 15 years under the name KENTO LUCCHESI. With an average of 100 shows/year, he played in the main clubs in the country, tours with renowned artists from the world electronic scene, produced successful remixes, and worked with top Brazilians. Answering the call of the Lord, he abandoned everything in 2014, signing only as KENNTO. He started a worship ministry with electronic music and in a short time, began to attract the attention of churches with his music. Every Saturday at 4 pm and Thursday at 8 pm, Kennto presents DANCE CONNECTION, a Christian electronic music program, with mixed blocks filled with news from the segment in Brazil and around the world, broadcast by SBW Radio Miami, USA, through the website www.sbwebradio.com --------------- FOLLOW KENNTO: - Instagram: @kennto - Twitter: @souKennto - TikTok: @kennto --------------- FOLLOW SBW RADIO: - Instagram: @sbwebradio - Twitter: @sbwebradio - TikTok: @sbwradio --------------- Dance Connection w/ Kennto #001 SBW Radio, Miami (USA) --------------- TRACKLIST Kemuel, Kennto - Algo Novo (Kennto Remix) feat. Lukas Agustinho Kennto - Save Me (Original Mix) Casa Worship vs. Audicid - A Casa É Sua (Kennto Mashup) Kennto - Seja A Diferença feat. Lex (2020 Mix) Kennto - Be The Light (Original Mix) Kennto – Jericho (Original Mix) United, Shane Arix vs. Ana Nobrega, Leandro Alencar - Oceanos (Kennto Mashup) Elizeu Alves vs. Gods Warrior - Sou Casa (Kennto Mashup) Kennto, Lala Nascimento, Leandro Alencar - Like You Do (Original Mix) Kennto, Leidy Murilho – Andar Contigo (Original Mix) Kennto, Lito Atalaia – Universo (Original Mix) Gabriela Rocha vs. Lagoinha Worship - Atos 2 Maran Atha (Kennto Mashup) Paulo César Baruk - Ousado Amor (Kennto Bootleg) Juliano Son - Lindo És + Só Quero Ver Você (Kennto Bootleg) Kennto, Felipe Vilela - Amanheceu (Original Mix) Gabriela Rocha vs. Capital Kings - Desperta Sky (Kennto Mashup) Kennto, Thalita Pereira - Viver O Novo (Original Mix) Kennto, Felippe Valadão - Amanhã Será Melhor (Original Mix) Preto no Branco - Ninguém Explica Deus (Kennto Remix) Morada - Tudo Sobre Você (Kennto Mashup) Gabriela Rocha - Lugar Secreto (Kennto, JØNE Bootleg) Kemuel - Não Valeria (Kennto Bootleg) Laura Souguellis, Look Project vs. Emasound, JLS - Santo Espírito (Kennto Mashup) Nívea Soares – Teu Amor Não Falha (Kennto Bootleg) Discopraise - Se Eu Me Humilhar (Kennto Remix) Kennto, Diego Karter - O Tempo (Original Mix) Priscilla Alcantara - Tanto Faz (Kennto Bootleg) Lagoinha Worship feat. Kennto - Maran Atha (Original Mix) André Valadão - Nosso Deus (Kennto Bootleg) Ministerio Avivah, Lucas Mylo vs. J Prince - Maranata (Kennto Mashup) Jesus Loves Electro - Made To Be (Kennto Remix) --------------- FRESH RELEASES: - Kennto - Save Me: www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWBLd... - Kemuel - Algo Novo (Kennto Remix): www.youtube.com/watch?v=yY_WQ... - Kennto - Se For Contigo: www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGeGU... - Fernandinho - É proibido ft. Kennto: www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Fo9p... - Fernandinho - O Senhor É Bom ft. Kennto: www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7zng... - Kennto - Be The Light: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gbrwl... - Kennto, Felippe Valadão: www.youtube.com/watch?v=uzhOA... --------------- SPOTIFY PLAYLISTS: - Festa Gospel 2021: bit.ly/FestaGospel2021Original - Gospel 2021 Mais Tocadas: bit.ly/Gospel2021 - Pop Gospel 2021: bit.ly/PopGospel2021

Carioca Connection: Brazilian Portuguese Conversation.

Have you ever wondered how Brazilians pronounce McDonald's or any other fast food franchise? This exactly what we talk about in this episode. Visit Carioca Connection at https://cariocaconnection.com/

Latitud Podcast
Pioneering open banking in LatAm: Benjamin Gleason, Guiabolso

Latitud Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 56:59


Nine years ago, the terms fintech and open banking barely even existed in Latin America.But Benjamin Gleason was already working on building Guiabolso, a personal finance platform that helped improve the lives of millions of Brazilians and transform the country's financial landscape.The early days back in 2012 were rough, but Ben says product-market fit became clear when the app ranked higher than Tinder in the list of most downloaded apps in Brazil. Fast forward to today and Guiabolso has proven to be a great success story, having been acquired by financial marketplace PicPay just two weeks ago.In this episode, Ben shares:The struggles faced in the early daysWhy and how they pivoted very close to launch dayChallenges overcoming regulatory barriersAnd details behind the sale of Guiabolso to PicPayStarting something new?Visit apply.latitud.com to learn about the Latitud Fellowship program.

Carioca Connection: Brazilian Portuguese Conversation.

In this episode Foster and Alexia compare the way Brazilians and English speakers pronounce different car brands.Visit Carioca Connection at https://cariocaconnection.com/

Carioca Connection: Brazilian Portuguese Conversation.

In this episode Foster and Alexia compare the way Brazilians and English speakers pronounce famous retail brands names.Visit Carioca Connection at https://cariocaconnection.com/

The David Pakman Show
6/14/21: Bibi Finally OUT, Apple Gave Docs to Trump Admin

The David Pakman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 60:23


–On the Show: –It is revealed that Apple gave the Trump Justice Department information and documents on Democratic lawmakers during the Trump administration –Benjamin Netanyahu is finally out as Israel Prime Minister, replaced by Naftali Bennett –Argentinean President Alberto Fernandez says that, unlike the Mexicans, who came from Indians, and the Brazilians, who came from the jungle, Argentinians came from Europe in boats –Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones says that he coordinated the January 6 Trump riots with the White House itself, an absolutely bombshell allegation, if credible –Donald Trump delivers an unhinged, bizarre speech via videoconference to MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell's “Frank Speech” rally in Wisconsin over the weekend –Radical Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene says that she does not “believe in” evolution in her latest ignorant screed –An anti-vaccine nurse appears on CNN to say that coronavirus vaccination and vaccine trials are similar to Nazi medical experiments –Lara Trump, Donald Trump daughter-in-law and the wife of Eric Trump, appears on Fox News to tell Americans living on the border to take up arms against immigrants that may or may not be undocumented –Voicemail caller the Eggman blames David for his daughter still wearing a mask in public despite being fully vaccinated –On the Bonus Show: Jeffrey Toobin back on CNN after exposing himself, NC county ends Coca-Cola vending machine ban, iPhones will soon be able to hold your ID, much more… ⌚ Use code PAKMAN for 15% off Vincero watches at https://davidpakman.com/watch