Transforming Wastewater and Digital Marketing Suzan Chin-Taylor, Creative Raven – The Sharkpreneur podcast with Karl McKinnie Episode 1000 Suzan Chin-Taylor Suzan Chin-Taylor founded Creative Raven in 2004 to offer firms in the water, wastewater and underground infrastructure industry a means to access all of the services of a marketing and business development firm that really understood their market and the unique challenges needed to succeed. With over two decades in the industry, she considers herself a “sewer rat” and feels incredibly blessed to have the privilege of working in an industry that is so vital to daily life and is filled with wonderful, generous un-sung heroes. In 2016 she was able to follow a long-held dream to bring her passion and love for the trenchless industry to parts of the world that need it, starting first with India, beginning with the opening of an office in Bangalore. When not being fascinated with all things wastewater, Suzan is an avid hiker in the Red Rock country of Northern Arizona, singer in her spiritual community choir and a supporter of organizations that support entrepreneurship, the protection of wildlife and the environment. Listen to this informative Sharkpreneur episode with Suzan Chin-Taylor about transforming wastewater and digital marketing. Here are some of the beneficial topics covered on this week's show: - How good word of mouth marketing can lead your business to steady growth. - Why digital marketers need to understand their client's needs, target audience, and content preferences. - How consistency, frequency, and persistence are crucial elements of successful digital marketing. - Why digital marketing will play a pivotal role in the future of wastewater and water treatment. - How creating engaging and educational content builds trust with your customers. Connect with Suzan: Guest Contact Info Facebook facebook.com/CreativeRavenMarketing facebook.com/thetuitgroup.com LinkedIn linkedin.com/in/creativeraven Links Mentioned:a thetuitgroup.com Creativeraven.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kelvin Chin is an Author, Meditation Teacher, and Life After Life Expert, and he is with is for the fourth time to discuss his third book, called After the Afterlife: Memories of My Past Lives. That book describes in detail how his past-life memories that reach back 6,000 years have resurfaced over the past 45 years, and […] The post Kelvin Chin Talks About Memories of His Past Lives appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
Marsha Chin-Glover, the Founder and CEO of Tea Tales, is a passionate advocate for women's well-being. Her Chinese-Jamaican heritage and love for storytelling influence her vision, as she creates a harmonious blend of flavors that reflect her unique background. Her goal extends far beyond Tea Tales, as she aims to build a wellness movement at scale focused on challenging the notion that self-care must be expensive and time-consuming. Marsha also seeks to challenge the societal reliance on alcohol for human connections, advocating for more meaningful interactions. Have you heard the legends of tea that have been passed down through generations? From the mythical origins of tea to the secret powers it possesses, these stories have captivated tea lovers for centuries. But are they fact or fiction? Stay tuned as we uncover the truth behind these enchanting tea myths and discover the incredible power of storytelling and connection through tea. In this episode, you will be able to: Learn to foster and appreciate impactful relationships and celebrate each day's blessing. Grasp how the practice of tea drinking fosters self-care and holistic well-being. Understand how storytelling via tea can facilitate profound human connection. Harness the therapeutic power of different tea blends and their specific benefits. Delve into the renaissance of tea culture and its profound impact on community creation. Get in touch with Marsha: https://blendedteatale.com/ @marsha.diaries https://www.facebook.com/marsha.chinglover https://www.linkedin.com/in/marsha-glover/ Get in touch with Jana and listen to more Podcasts: https://www.janashort.com/ Show Music ‘Hold On' by Amy Gerhartz https://www.amygerhartz.com/music. Get the Best Holistic Life Magazine APP! One of the fastest-growing independent magazines centered around holistic living. https://www.bestholisticlife.com/bhl-subscription/ Grab your gift today: https://www.janashort.com/becoming-the-next-influencers-download-offer/ Connect with Jana Short: https://www.janashort.com/contact/
2016 Trump on Ted Cruz shills! Ricky Vaughn tricked POCs out of voting rights? Nice calls on 9/11, food, snakes. Evil liars deceiving kids! The Hake Report, Thursday, November 23, 2023 AD TIME STAMPS * (0:00:00) Start/Topics: Fake Christians, political prisoners, pray* (0:01:51) Hey, guys! Donations to Hake/crew, thanks!* (0:04:53) Trump: "so-called Christians… POS"* (0:23:15) Tim Alberta, "journalist" on American Christians* (0:29:34) Douglass Mackey, Ricky Vaughn Hillary 2016 meme* (0:41:05) Chin up, kings!* (0:42:34) DAVID, FL: FE, 9/11 oddities* (0:59:27) Anchor Baby, Joel Friday TV* (1:01:50) "Pilgrimage (Reprise)" - Om (2007, Pilgrimage)* (1:06:27) Supers: angry Delilah, debt / Mama* (1:12:04) MR. PINK, CA: Sweet potato vs Pumpkin pie* (1:18:40) MR PINK: Hake News promo* (1:21:02) DANIEL, TX: Hiking? * (1:23:43) DANIEL: Snakes: Copperhead, Cottonmouth* (1:32:05) Angelo Carusone, Media Matters vs X* (1:38:21) James 1: Consider it pure joy facing trials* (1:39:27) Media Literacy K-12 courses in CA schools* (1:45:14) Thinking for yourself? Lion chops or loin chops?* (1:49:25) "Native American Heritage Day" tomorrow* (1:55:29) "Chiriachi Summit" - Frodus (2001, And We Washed Our Weapons in the Sea)BLOG https://www.thehakereport.com/blog/2023/11/23/thanksgiving-with-hake-thu-11-23-23 PODCAST by HAKE SubstackLive M-F 9-11 AM PT (11-1 CT / 12-2 ET) Call-in 1-888-775-3773 – thehakereport.com VIDEO YouTube | Rumble* | Facebook | X | BitChute | Odysee* PODCAST Apple | Spotify | Castbox | Substack (RSS) *SUPER CHAT on asterisked above, or BuyMeACoffee | Streamlabs | Ko-fi SUPPORT HAKE Substack | SubscribeStar | Locals || SHOP Teespring ALSO SEE Hake News on The JLP Show | Appearances (other shows, etc.) JLP Network: JLP | Church | TFS | Hake | Nick | Joel Get full access to HAKE at thehakereport.substack.com/subscribe
REPLAY - In this episode, we are thrilled to welcome back Shelly Marshall, the esteemed esthetician and founder of Beauty Shamans. It's been a few years since we last caught up with Shelly (early episodes with Shelly can be listened to here and here) so we dive right into discussing the latest developments in skincare and the growing trend towards going more natural. Shelly shares her insightful approach to ditching botox and fillers, instead focusing on transformative massage techniques that not only enhance the skin but also effectively diminish wrinkles, leaving you with the radiant glow we all desire. Shelly delves into the importance of exercising facial muscles and demonstrates how to incorporate face yoga into our daily routines. Hint: you can do this while multitasking . She introduces her concept of the "big O" and explains how it can be considered the "downward dog" of face yoga. Amy shares her everyday holy grail products from the Beauty Shamans product line and how it's changed her skin. We also learn about techniques to keep your chest and neck youthful (no more double chin), summer tips to keep skin healthy, and so much more. Get ready for a jaw-dropping (pun intended) revelation in this episode as Shelly reveals the inside scoop on why she waved goodbye to Botox and fillers in her services. She unravels the rationale behind this important decision, unveiling the secrets to unlocking natural beauty and embracing holistic skincare practices. About Shelly Marshall Brands/Mentions + Shop this episode here For more on this episode, read the full show notes here Use promo code NEWTOTRIBE15 for 15% off on BeautyShamans.com Follow us @nirvanasisters on Instagram Find us at www.nirvanasisters.com Say hi at email@example.com Please subscribe, rate, review and share
Join us as we delve into the distinction between gratitude and thankfulness. In this weeks episode, we unravel the subtle differences that often go unnoticed. We also talk about good aluminum foil and getting your "Chin Greased" this Thanksgiving holiday! As we express our heartfelt Thanksgiving wishes, we also extend our gratitude for our sponsor Magic Mind. Don't miss out on an exclusive 56% off your subscription by using code: QUEENZ20 by using the link below:https://www.magicmind.com/queenzWanna skip to the episode? Fast forward to 4:29Happy listening and a joyous Thanksgiving celebration from The Queenz! Instagram: @TheUndergroundQueenzFacebook: Underground Queenz
Not a Golden Bachelor fan? Don't despair! While we do discuss the most recent TGB episode (The Fantasy Suites), we dive into some of the bigger themes that struck us: Does sex equal intimacy, would you choose adventure vs. safety and the importance of pillow talk. We also laugh about grappeling with chin hair, sports and concepts of aging. HAPPY THANKSGIVING to our listeners who celebrate. We're truly grateful for you! Weekend Watch: Murder at the End of the World on Hulu Do you have a topic you'd like us to discuss? Get in Touch: Leave Us A Voicemail Terri on Instagram Melissa on Instagram Join the Mixing Up Midlife Discussion Facebook Group Email Us: MixingupMidlife@gmail.com Visit the Mixing Up Midlife website Maybe Find Us on TikTok
In the first episode of the Extraordinary at Ordinary series, Jonathan and David are joined by Chris Chin, who shares his story of how he found hope and resilience after hurricane Katrina, as well as the importance of resilience and fitness in his journey. Learn more about Unbound: https://beunbound.us/ Hosts: Jonathan Brush, David Rethemeyer Producer: Kyle Hill
BBC Radio presenter Seani B will be covering the "World Bash" for a musically riveting send-off for 8x world champion sound Mighty Crown. Seani takes us down memory land and salutes the Far East Rulers and powerhouse Caribbean entertainment event producers Irish and Chin.
Rozmawiamy o wyborach prezydenckich na Tajwanie. Jacy kandydaci wezmą w nich udział i jaki jest ich stosunek do Chin i kwestii niepodległości? Jakie będę najważniejsze tematy kampanii? Jak ważne będą to wybory z perspektywy Chin i Stanów Zjednoczonych? Pyta Marcin Łuniewski.
Our Best Books of 2023 coverage continues with nonfiction. On this special episode, Curtis Chin joins us to discuss Everything I Learned, I Learned in a Chinese Restaurant (Little, Brown, Oct. 17), one Kirkus' Best Nonfiction Books of 2023. Then editor Eric Liebetrau highlights some of the titles you'll find on this year's nonfiction list.
Brendan Schaub and Bryan Callen talk Thanksgiving plans, Bill Burr's response to his wife flippin the bird to Trump at UFC 295, hunting geese, plastic surgery, flying Keto George to Chicago, schooling Chin on history, current events around the world and much more! DraftKings - Download the DraftKings app and use promo code: Fighter Goldco - Find out how you could get up to $10,000 in BONUS SILVER (while supplies last) at https://goldco.com/fighter or call 855-928-3489 now!
Wzrost gospodarczy Chin dobiegł końca? Argentyna ma nowego prezydenta. Kaczyński straci ochronę? Tańczące zakonnice biją rekordy popularności na TikToku. Komentuje Pastor Paweł Chojecki! #IPPTVInfo #TikTok #Chiny #Kaczyński -----------------------------------------------------------------
Czy wizyta Xi w USA jest sygnałem politycznym? Czy ta wizyta zbliżyła oba kraje? Na czym zależało obu stronom? Co chciał osiągnąć Xi Jinping? Co chciał zyskać Biden? Co oznaczała kolacja amerykańskiego biznesu z przywódcą Chin? Czy relacje chińsko-amerykańskie będą stabilniejsze? O tym opowiada Michał Bogusz, znawca Chin, ekspert OSW. Zamów książkę Igora Janke w przedsprzedaży Zachęcam do dołączenia do grona ponad 500 patronów Układu Otwartego. Jako patron, otrzymasz dostęp do grupy dyskusyjnej na Discordzie i specjalnych materiałów dla Patronów, a także newslettera z najciekawszymi artykułami z całego tygodnia. Układ Otwarty tworzy społeczność, w której możesz dzielić się swoimi myślami i pomysłami z osobami o podobnych zainteresowaniach. Państwa wsparcie pomoże kanałowi się rozwijać i tworzyć jeszcze lepsze treści ➡️ https://patronite.pl/igorjanke Subskrybuj newsletter pisany Igora Janke: https://igorjanke.pl/newsletter/ Układ Otwarty nagrywamy w https://bliskostudio.pl Mecenasi programu: Novoferm: https://www.novoferm.pl/ XTB https://link-pso.xtb.com/pso/3aLF E2V https://e2v.pl/ Devtalents https://devtalents.com
Hanna Klein trainiert in Flagstaff und berichtet von den täglichen Herausforderungen bei der Essens-Suche. NCAA XC Championships und natürlich auch die Preview zu den DM Cross gibt's in dieser Folge vom Auslaufen Podcast. Diese Woche mit Hanna Klein, Max Thorwirth und Felix Hentschel.
Wzrost gospodarczy Chin dobiegł końca? Argentyna ma nowego prezydenta. Kaczyński straci ochronę? Tańczące zakonnice biją rekordy popularności na TikToku. Komentuje Pastor Paweł Chojecki! #IPPTVInfo #TikTok #Chiny #Kaczyński -----------------------------------------------------------------
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Southasiasphere is our roundup of news events and analysis of regional affairs, now out every two weeks. If you are a member, you will automatically receive links to new episodes in your inbox. In this episode, we talk about armed groups challenging the military junta across Chin, Shan and Rakhine states, Sri Lanka's budget for 2024, the collapse of a tunnel in Uttarkashi, Nepal's TikTok ban, garment factory workers' strikes in Bangladesh, earthquakes in Nepal, the chequered legacy of Indian tycoon Subrata Roy, the International Cricket Council's suspension of Sri Lanka Cricket for government interference, and over 170,000 Afghan refugees fleeing Pakistan after a deportation order. This week, Himal Southasian interviews Sanaa Alimia, Assistant Professor at the Aga Khan University and the author of Refugee Cities, a history of Afghan migration to Pakistan since the 1970s, in light of Pakistan's deportation order impacting Afghan refugees. Episode Notes: Himal's future is in your hands! Become a member to support our work: http://www.himalmag.com/membership Sign up for the Southasiasphere newsletter to make sure you don't miss future episodes: https://himalmag.us3.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=0c87df9f0948bcfa1bc80d2b4&id=2c748501e0 Share your feedback with this survey: https://us3.list-manage.com/survey?u=0c87df9f0948bcfa1bc80d2b4&id=ba236fbe73&attribution=false Sanaa Alimia's reading list: Anila Daulatzai on refugee regimes Conversation with Paniz Musawi Natanzi Floating upwards from history: Afghan women's experience of displacement - Saba Gul Khattak Gender, sexuality and Islam under the shadow of empire - Sadia Toor Making Reliable Persons: Managing Descent and Genealogical Computation in Pakistan - Zehra Hashmi
In this episode, novelist Chin-Sun Lee reads from her novel UPCOUNTRY and chats about writing with women as her focus, her publication trajectory, mysterious religious groups in small communities, and more with co-hosts Heather Fowler and Reine Dugas. The recipe for the Bitter Spritzer, the custom cocktail for this book, is on the Hot Redhead Media blog. Grab your copy of UPCOUNTRY now, make your Bitter Spritzer, and have a listen.
www.WiadomosciDnia.com - Wiadomości Dnia w RAMPA Tv – dzisiaj jest 15 dzień listopada. Zaprasza Monika Adamski.Dzisiaj w programie:- Prezydent Joe Biden spotkał się z Przywódcą Chin;- Biały Dom wezwał Kongres do szybkiego uchwalenia dodatkowych środków na pomoc Ukrainie;- w czwartek przywrócony zostanie pełny serwis linii kolejowej Amtrak, na trasie Nowy Jork Albany;- żona gubernatora stanu New Jersey – Tammy Murphy – ma zamiar kandydować na stanowisko senatora;- w ratuszu miasta Nowy Jork odbyła się uroczystość z okazji Dnia niepodległości Polski.Zapraszam(RadioRAMPA/IAR)
Have you ever started something important, only to give up and never finish? In this episode, Brian shares three strategies that will ensure you always stay focused, become unstoppable and win. YOU WILL LEARN:· How to make up your mind.· How to square your jaw.· How to be like a Timex. MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:Chumbawamba song Cool Hand LukeS1E262 The Power of a Made-Up Mind “Think and Grow Rich,” by Napoleon HillS1E261 Matthew McConaughey – an Interview on His New Book, “Greenlights” S2E19 Be Like a Timex Part 1 S2E20 Be Like a Timex Part 2 MasterMindFree business consultation Subscribe NOTEWORTHY QUOTES FROM THIS EPISODE: “The good life is a fight.” – Brian Buffini“We've got to square up our jaw. Chin down, hands up.” – Brian Buffini “There is no elevator to success, you have to take the stairs.” – Zig Ziglar “If you really want to do something, you'll find a way. If you don't, you'll find an excuse.” – Jim Rohn “Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.” – Winston Churchillitsagoodlife.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Curtis Chin is an award-winning filmmaker and activist. He also holds distinction as the co-founder and first executive director behind New York's prestigious Asian American Writers' Workshop. His anticipated debut memoir, Everything I Learned, I Learned in a Chinese Restaurant, hits shelves this October. Chin's family restaurant, Chung's Cantonese Cuisine, occupied a special niche in […] The post Club Book Episode 160 Curtis Chin first appeared on Club Book.
There are lots of things Curtis Chin, co-founder of the Asian American Writers' Workshop, learned at his family's Chinese restaurant: how to be curious, how to be kind, how to create community. His new memoir, Everything I Learned, I Learned in a Chinese Restaurant, recalls Chin's upbringing as a gay Chinese-American boy in 1980s Detroit, and how the family business served as the ultimate safe space – not just for him, but for everyone in the city. He tells NPR's Ailsa Chang about the diverse clientele that frequented the restaurant, and how it continues to shape his worldview today.
This is the web version of Foreign Exchanges, but did you know you can get it delivered right to your inbox? Sign up today:Friends, for family reasons and also because of my own mental exhaustion I will be taking a longer than usual break from the newsletter for this year's Thanksgiving holiday. The newsletter will be going quiet following Thursday's roundup and will return to our regular schedule on Tuesday, November 28. As I've written before here I can always tell when it's time for me to take a bit of a break from the newsletter and the truth is we probably passed that point around three or four weeks ago so I'm running on fumes. Thanks for reading and for supporting this venture!TODAY IN HISTORYNovember 14, 1965: The Battle of Ia Drang, the first major engagement between the United States and the North Vietnamese Army, begins. It ended on November 18 with both sides claiming victory, though the NVA's ability to fight the much better armed US Army to a draw was a boost to their morale and probably the battle's most important effect.November 14, 2001: Fighters with the Northern Alliance rebel coalition enter and occupy the city of Kabul, marking the end of the US war in Afghanista—just kidding. I had you going there for a second, didn't I?INTERNATIONALWith deaths due to “extreme heat” projected to increase five-fold by 2050, according to The Lancet Countdown, you'll no doubt be pleasantly surprised to learn that an AP investigative report shows that the “green transition plans” being formulated by most major fossil fuel companies are not green, not transitional, and not even really plans. Without any serious government pressure to force them to invest in genuinely renewable technologies, these firms are able to do things like, say, classify natural gas development as a “green” investment. That's absurd, of course, but who's counting?The main problem with these plans has long been, and continues to be, the fact that fossil fuel companies exempt the products they sell when assessing their progress toward “net zero” carbon emissions. Firms only account for “Scope 1” emissions, which are their direct carbon outputs, and “Scope 2” emissions, the indirect output that results from their production process. The emissions that ensue when people burn the products they sell are considered “Scope 3” and energy firms disavow any responsibility for them. Like tobacco companies, they argue that what the customer does with their products is the customer's business, not theirs. Maybe people just want to buy a barrel of oil and place it in their foyer as a conversation piece or put it to some other use that doesn't emit carbon. Who's to say?MIDDLE EASTISRAEL-PALESTINEEarly Wednesday morning Israeli forces began what they called “a precise and targeted operation against Hamas in a specified area in the Shifa hospital” involving “medical teams and Arabic speakers, who have undergone specified training to prepare for this complex and sensitive environment, with the intent that no harm is caused to the civilians.” There are hundreds of patients and thousands of other people who have been trapped in the hospital by the IDF and the chances that “no harm” will come to any of them in the next several hours are probably slim. Israeli officials have been insisting that Hamas's lair is located underneath the hospital but at this point it's too soon to know if that's the target or if this is a more limited operation. This is a developing story so there's not much more I can say about it at this time.What I can say is that the Biden administration gave a green light to this operation earlier in the day, when White House spokesperson John Kirby told reporters that the administration has “independent intelligence” (which is code for “we didn't get this from the IDF”) that “Hamas and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad use some hospitals in the Gaza Strip — including Al-Shifa — and tunnels underneath them to conceal and to support their military operations and to hold hostages.” According to Kirby this intelligence shows that the militant groups have a “command and control” center in Shifa and “have stored weapons there.” Kirby insisted that that the administration was not endorsing an Israeli attack on the hospital, but anybody with ears to hear or eyes to read what he said should have no doubt as to what the intent was.I wrote everything below prior to news of the Israeli assault breaking so some of it might no longer be relevant but I think most of it still is:Gazan health authorities said on Tuesday that some 40 patients at Shifa—three of them babies—have died since that facility ran out of generator fuel on Saturday. Without electricity the hospital cannot maintain its incubator units and so there are now 36 newborns who are at critical risk. With the IDF surrounding the hospital it's also become impossible to transfer the dead to a cemetery, so personnel are planning to bury some 120 bodies in a mass grave on site. Gazan officials have proposed evacuating the facility under the auspices of the Red Cross/Red Crescent and sending its remaining patients to Egypt but there had been no movement on that front at time of writing. The Israeli government has apparently offered to send the hospitals more incubators, a fascinating attempt at a humanitarian gesture that would be completely pointless because the problem isn't the incubators, it's the electricity.In other news:* David Ignatius at The Washington Post reported (I use that term loosely) on Monday that “Israel and Hamas are close to a hostage deal.” With the caveat that if David Ignatius told me the sky was blue I'd glance out the window to double check, the terms he reported are that Hamas would release (or facilitate the release) of the women and children that it and other Gazan militant groups took hostage during their October 7 rampage through southern Israel. This would be done in stages and be matched by the release of Palestinian women and children being held by Israeli authorities. It would also involve a ceasefire of unspecified duration but “perhaps five days” according to Ignatius. The ceasefire could allow some time to address humanitarian issues in Gaza though I don't know what that would entail and whatever it was would almost certainly be inadequate.* Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen met with International Committee of the Red Cross President Mirjana Spoljaric Egger on Tuesday and later told reporters that the ICRC has had no access to the aforementioned hostages. It's highly unlikely that the Israelis would agree to anything involving hostages without at least proof of life, so this could be a big sticking point with respect to the potential prisoner deal outlined above. Families of the hostages, meanwhile, are marching from Tel Aviv to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's residence in Jerusalem to pressure him to take some action to secure the hostages' release.* Israeli occupation forces killed at least eight Palestinians in the West Bank on Tuesday, seven of them in Tulkarm. The IDF carried out a drone strike in that city, an occurrence that's still relatively rare in the West Bank though it's certainly become more common over the past year and in particular the past month.* Israeli Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich issued a statement on Tuesday endorsing what he laughably termed the “voluntary emigration of Gaza Arabs to countries around the world.” I guess “leave or die” is a choice, right? A couple of Israeli politicians floated this idea on Monday in a Wall Street Journal editorial that was less a serious proposal than a written middle finger to Western critics of the Israeli military campaign. That piece didn't go into extensive detail about what a mass relocation would look like—again, it wasn't meant as a serious proposal—but Smotrich's intent is much easier to guess, and that's the permanent ethnic cleansing of Gaza and the relocation of its population as far away from Israel as possible. Smotrich, whose ministerial brief also includes running the Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories office, isn't part of Netanyahu's “war cabinet” but that doesn't mean he's completely lacking in influence.* The US and UK governments on Tuesday announced new sanctions targeting Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad members along with a Lebanese entity that allegedly facilitates money transfers from Iran to Gazan militant groups. This is the third round of sanctions the Biden administration has imposed since October 7. Also on Tuesday, over 400 employees of the Biden administration sent a joint letter to their boss, Joe Biden, expressing opposition to the administration's approach to the Gaza conflict.YEMENHouthi rebels say they fired another barrage of missiles toward Israel on Tuesday. There's no confirmation of this, though the IDF did say that its air defenses downed a single missile near Eilat that we can probably assume was of Houthi provenance. The leader of Yemen's Houthi movement, Abdulmalik al-Houthi, delivered a speech on Tuesday pledging that his rebel fighters would continue attacking Israel. In particular, Houthi suggested that they could target Israeli commercial vessels in the Red Sea, which would certainly be an easier target for them than Israel itself.IRAQA Turkish drone strike killed two people, both allegedly members of the Sinjar Resistance Units militia, in northern Iraq's Nineveh province on Monday evening. The Sinjar militia was formed in 2014 with assistance from the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) and is still allied with that group, which makes its personnel potential targets for the Turkish military.Elsewhere, the Iraqi Federal Supreme Court removed two members of the Iraqi parliament on Tuesday, one of whom just happened to be speaker Mohammed al-Halbusi. It's not clear why, though another MP named Laith al-Dulaimi had reportedly sued Halbusi alleging that the speaker forged Dulaimi's name on a resignation letter. Dulaimi was, as it happens, the other MP who had his term ended by the court (I assume that's not a coincidence). The ruling created a potential political crisis for Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shiaʿ al-Sudani. As speaker, Halbusi was Iraq's leading Sunni Arab politician, and his support was important to Sudani's government. Three members of his Progress Party quit their cabinet posts after the court ruling and it remains to be seen how that will impact Sudani's position.ASIAAFGHANISTANAfghan Commerce Minister Haji Nooruddin Azizi apparently visited Pakistan this week, where—according to the Afghan government—he pressed Pakistani Foreign Minister Jalil Abbas Jilani on the issue of all those Afghan migrants the Pakistani government is presently deporting. Specifically it sounds like Azizi raised the issue of allowing deportees to at least take some of their money and/or possessions to Afghanistan with them. Deportees are currently arriving with nothing and are being housed in what are effectively refugee camps—leaving aside the incongruity of being a “refugee” in one's home country—on the Afghan side of the border.MYANMARReports on Monday only hinted at some new fighting in western Myanmar's Chin state, but as more details are emerging the situation there sounds pretty serious. According to the Chin National Front, rebel fighters had by the end of the day seized two Myanmar military outposts and were working to seize control of the Myanmar-Indian border. According to Indian media the fighting has sent some 2000 people streaming across that border to escape. In neighboring Rakhine state, the rebel Arakan Army has also been seizing military outposts and authorities have imposed a curfew in the state capital, Sittwe, as a result. Rebel factions across Myanmar have launched new offensives in recent weeks, starting with the “1027” (for October 27) operations by the Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army and the Ta'ang National Liberation Army in Shan state. Myanmar's ruling junta is clearly struggling to mount a response.CHINAJoe Biden told reporters on Tuesday that his main goal in meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping in San Francisco this week is to restore “normal” communications between their governments. In particular this would involve a return to regular military-to-military contacts, something Beijing ended in the wake of former US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan last year. Any prospect of resuming those contacts was complicated by the fact that former Chinese Defense Minister Li Shangfu was under US sanction. But as he's no longer defense minister that complication is no longer an issue.AFRICALIBERIALiberian voters turned out on Tuesday for the second round of that country's presidential election, pitting incumbent George Weah against Joseph Boakai. Both candidates finished with just under 44 percent of the vote in last month's first round. Such a close finish might augur poorly for the incumbent in a head to head matchup, though that's just one of many factors that could sway this vote in either direction. Polls have closed in that contest but I have yet to see anything by way of preliminary or partial results.MALIMali's ruling junta says its security forces have seized control over the northern town of Kidal after battling with rebels in that region for several days. The Malian military and mercenary auxiliaries marched on Kidal after United Nations peacekeepers vacated the region as part of their ongoing withdrawal from Mali. Kidal has been a rebel stronghold since the initial northern Mali uprising in 2012 and government control there has been nebulous at best since then. There's been no comment as far as I know from the rebels and it's unclear what their disposition is at this point.ETHIOPIAAccording to Addis Standard, Fano militia fighters attacked a predominantly Oromo community in Ethiopia's Amhara region last week, killing at least 25 people and displacing some 3000 into the Oromia region. The Fano militia is still battling the Ethiopian government but Amhara paramilitary groups have also made a pastime of preying on ethnic Oromo communities (likewise, Oromo militias have preyed on ethnic Amhara). In this case they apparently demanded grain from the community and attacked after residents refused to comply.On a more upbeat note, the US Agency for International Development is reportedly planning to resume food distribution across Ethiopia next month under a “one-year trial period.” The agency suspended its Ethiopian food program earlier this year amid allegations that the aid was being diverted. It resumed providing food aid to Ethiopian refugees last month and is now planning to spend the next year testing whether procedural changes adopted by aid groups and the Ethiopian government are enough to stop that alleged diversion. Solid data is hard to come by but it's possible that hundreds or thousands of Ethiopians have died because of the decision (which the UN World Food Program joined) to suspend food aid.DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGOThe death toll from Sunday's Allied Democratic Forces attack on a village in the eastern DRC's North Kivu province has risen to 33, according to provincial officials. ADF fighters are also believed to have been responsible for attacking a village in neighboring Ituri province on Tuesday, killing at least 11 people.EUROPERUSSIAVladimir Putin signed a new law on Tuesday that permits elections to be held even in parts of Russia that are under martial law. This apparently clears the way for the portions of Ukraine that Moscow claims to have annexed to participate in next year's presidential election. The effect will be to try to stitch those regions a little more tightly to Russia and complicate any possible return to Ukrainian authority.UKRAINEThe European Union promised back in March to supply the Ukrainian military with 1 million 155 mm artillery shells within 12 months. You'll never guess how that went. German Defense Minister Boris Pistorius told a meeting of EU defense ministers on Tuesday that the bloc isn't going to fulfill its commitment and even went so far as to criticize the fact that it was made in the first place. The will was apparently there, but EU member states still don't have the collective capacity to churn out that many shells that quickly. The effort has apparently sparked a boost in production capacity but not enough to meet the 12 month deadline.SWEDENSweden's NATO accession may be moving slightly forward, as the Turkish parliament's foreign affairs committee will take up the issue on Thursday. It's been about three weeks since Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan submitted Sweden's accession to parliament and it should be clear by now that the folks in Ankara are in no particular hurry to work their way through that process. There may be some impetus on the part of other NATO members to have the issue resolved in time for the alliance foreign ministers summit on November 28, but Erdoğan has proven himself to be fairly impervious to that sort of pressure in the past.AMERICASUNITED STATESFinally, TomDispatch's William Hartung wonders whether the “Arsenal of Democracy” really cares all that much about the “democracy” part:The list of major human rights abusers that receive U.S.-supplied weaponry is long and includes (but isn't faintly limited to) Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain, Egypt, Turkey, Nigeria, and the Philippines. Such sales can have devastating human consequences. They also support regimes that all too often destabilize their regions and risk embroiling the United States directly in conflicts.U.S.-supplied arms also far too regularly fall into the hands of Washington's adversaries. As an example consider the way the UAE transferred small arms and armored vehicles produced by American weapons makers to extremist militias in Yemen, with no apparent consequences, even though such acts clearly violated American arms export laws. Sometimes, recipients of such weaponry even end up fighting each other, as when Turkey used U.S.-supplied F-16s in 2019 to bomb U.S.-backed Syrian forces involved in the fight against Islamic State terrorists.Such examples underscore the need to scrutinize U.S. arms exports far more carefully. Instead, the arms industry has promoted an increasingly “streamlined” process of approval of such weapons sales, campaigning for numerous measures that would make it even easier to arm foreign regimes regardless of their human-rights records or support for the interests Washington theoretically promotes. These have included an “Export Control Reform Initiative” heavily promoted by the industry during the Obama and Trump administrations that ended up ensuring a further relaxation of scrutiny over firearms exports. It has, in fact, eased the way for sales that, in the future, could put U.S.-produced weaponry in the hands of tyrants, terrorists, and criminal organizations.Now, the industry is promoting efforts to get weapons out the door ever more quickly through “reforms” to the Foreign Military Sales program in which the Pentagon essentially serves as an arms broker between those weapons corporations and foreign governments.Thanks for reading! 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Die Südkoreanerin Jeongkwan Snim hat kein eigenes Restaurant, keine Michelin-Sterne – und doch ist sie in der Kochwelt ein Star. Seit einem Auftritt in der Netflix-Serie «Chef's Table» entstand ein Hype um die vegane Tempelküche, die sie vertritt. Jeongkwan Snim selbst sagt: «Ich bin keine Köchin, ich praktizieren Buddhismus. Kochen ist für mich eine Art Meditation.» Andrin Willi, Autor beim «Magazin» des «Tages-Anzeigers», hat Jeongkwan Snim im Kloster besucht. Im Podcast «Apropos» erzählt er ihre Geschichte, über Achtsamkeit und die Kochwelt – und über einen magischen Sojasaucen-Moment. Lesen Sie hier das ganze Porträt: www.tagesanzeiger.ch/194685740886
Six years following the start of Dementia Matters in October 2017, the podcast team turns the tables on our host, Dr. Nathaniel Chin. Producers Amy Lambright Murphy and Caoilfhinn Rauwerdink talk with Dr. Chin about how the podcast got started, the brain health tips he incorporates into his own life, how he envisions the field of Alzheimer's disease research advancing in the next five years and other personal insights from the person behind the podcast. Guest: Nathaniel Chin, MD, geriatrician, medical director, Wisconsin Alzheimer's Disease Research Center, Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimer's Prevention, host, Dementia Matters Show Notes Visit our “Prevention” webpage for more on the brain health tips mentioned at 7:07. Listen to our episode, “Highlights from the 2023 Alzheimer's Association International Conference,” referenced at 10:49, on our website, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Learn more about the importance of a healthy diet, mentioned at 8:25, by watching, “Take Care of Your MIND: Reviewing the MIND Diet for Healthy Brain Aging,” on our YouTube channel. Connect with us Find transcripts and more at our website. Email Dementia Matters: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Subscribe to the Wisconsin Alzheimer's Disease Research Center's e-newsletter.
Introducing: QuickcutsFor the month of November we'll be bringing you something special. It's a short, high-impact episode every Tuesday, but don't worry, on Thursday's you can tune in to the full in-depth conversation.Have you ever started something important, only to give up and never finish? In this episode, Brian shares three strategies that will ensure you always stay focused, become unstoppable and win. YOU WILL LEARN:· How to make up your mind.· How to square your jaw.· How to be like a Timex. MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:Chumbawamba song Cool Hand LukeS1E262 The Power of a Made-Up Mind “Think and Grow Rich,” by Napoleon HillS1E261 Matthew McConaughey – an Interview on His New Book, “Greenlights” S2E19 Be Like a Timex Part 1 S2E20 Be Like a Timex Part 2 MasterMindFree business consultation Subscribe NOTEWORTHY QUOTES FROM THIS EPISODE: “The good life is a fight.” – Brian Buffini“We've got to square up our jaw. Chin down, hands up.” – Brian Buffini “There is no elevator to success, you have to take the stairs.” – Zig Ziglar “If you really want to do something, you'll find a way. If you don't, you'll find an excuse.” – Jim Rohn “Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.” – Winston Churchillitsagoodlife.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Proudly Asian Money Smart Series: In this brand new limited series, we tap the collective money wisdom of our guests to hopefully prepare you for some specific money situations or unexpected events in life. This episode, Hong Kong-based content creator Abigail Chin joins us to talk about her experience making a career switch by quitting her dream job as a corporate interior designer. We talk about when it's time to quit your 9-5 job and how Abbie makes it work financially as a freelancer. Find Abigail on Social Media: https://www.instagram.com/abigailchin.co/ ------------------------------------------------------- Stay Connected with Proudly Asian: Website - https://proudly-asian.com Instagram - https://instagram.com/proudly.asian Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/@proudlyasianpodcast Support us - https://ko-fi.com/proudlyasian Email us - email@example.com *** Disclaimer: The content in the Proudly Asian Money Smart Series is not and shall not be construed as investment advice, and is meant to be informative and for general purposes only. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/proudlyasian/support
On this week's Got Your Eers On? we're back and we're talking about WVU basketball in addition to WVU football, unfortunately this was a rough week to be talking about either one. WVU football travels to Norman and gets absolutely smoked by the Sooners and QB Dillon Gabriel's record setting 8 touchdowns. We also talk about the chances of Jimbo Fisher joining the WVU coaching staff. Meanwhile, WVU basketball falls to the Monmouth Hawks inside the Coliseum as Monmouth's Xavier Rice leads all scorers with 30 points. We're trying to decide how the last two weeks of football shake out, as well as where the basketball team goes from here. Join us for all this and more on this week's episode of Got Your Eers On!
We are back with a brand new edition of the podcast, and we are sharing with you a very interesting and insightful interview we had with Christian Filmmaker Michael doesn't make “cheesy church films," he makes authentic films that not only the church relates to, but also the secular world could relate to while receiving the universal message of Love. Michael has three movies out on Tubi. One is a Christian superhero movie called “The Keys of The Kingdom” and his other two movies are Christian drama's “The Wages of Sin” and “A Mother's Daughter.” Him and his wife Desireé Chin, also have a Christian book out called “Almost Not Born” available on Amazon. In addition to our interview with Christian Filmmaker Michael Kleos Chin, we also share some exciting news about our next slate of shows we have coming up including our Thanksgiving show, which drops Saturday, November 25th at 8pm. PLUS, we went back into our ministry archives and we are sharing with you an excerpt from the message that inspired our first book entitled, "Who Told You That You Were Naked?" This is a powerful message about identity that has already been a blessing to so many. And, it is still available in hard copy and e-book form on Amazon. So, be sure and check out this week's show, we've got a lot in store and more that you can't miss! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/michael-s-nimmons/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/michael-s-nimmons/support
We're gonna talk about a woman who's hearing was stolen! I found out some shocking news about the boy band N'SYNC! The Emergency Alert System got a few people in trouble! That and more, right here on the Professionally Silly podcast! Let's get silly! Pictures pertaining to this episode can be found on the podcast Instagram @itsprosilly. Call/text my google voice number call/text 805-664-1828 and hear yourself on a podcast episode! Matt Rife Tells @Cancelledpod on tiktok, he hates Atlanta videos https://www.tiktok.com/@cancelledpod/video/7244650458260852010 https://www.tiktok.com/@mattdarife/video/7253645957701782830 ~MUSIC BY “Like That” by Anno Domini Beats “The Truth” by Anno Domini Beats “Bella Bella Beat” by Nana Kwabena “Illusions” by Anno Domini Beats ~LINKTREE https://linktr.ee/Ambersmilesjones ~Join my Professionally Silly YouTube channel membership to get access to perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEabIsoT5wrN5hRSgY7wnYQ/join ******************* Amber “Smiles” Jones PO BOX 533 Lovejoy, GA 30250 *************************** Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org Be sure to SUBSCRIBE/FAVORITE/REVIEW❤️ CALL ME 805-664-1828 ************************************ PAYPAL https://www.paypal.me/ambersmilesjones STEREO https://stereo.com/trusmilesjones INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/itsprosilly --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/amber-smiles-jones/message
Kutsuimme kartanolle vieraaksi Skrolli-lehden vastaavan päätoimittajan Mikko Heinosen. Skrolli on tietokonekulttuurin erikoislehti. Käymme läpi vuosien varrelta Skrollin parhaita artikkeleita sekä keskustelemmme Skrollin ympärille rakentuneesta yhteisöstä ja lehden tuotannosta. Tämän lisäksi keskustelemme pelikulttuurista ja Suomen pelimuseosta. Äänijulkaisun lähdeluettelo: Vieras Mikko Heinonen https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikko-heinonen-087a3a3/ Elisan kaapelikatko https://elisa.com/corporate/news-room/press-releases/incident-in-redundant-elisa-submarine-cable-in-gulf-of-finland-–-no-impact-on-functionality-of-services/77304086378828/ Starlink-yhteys suomeen https://www.starlink.com/specifications Starlink-satelliitit avaruudessa https://satellitemap.space/ 23andme: tietovuoto https://www.wired.com/story/23andme-credential-stuffing-data-stolen/ Genetics firm 23andMe says user data stolen in credential stuffing attack https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/genetics-firm-23andme-says-user-data-stolen-in-credential-stuffing-attack/ Skrolli https://skrolli.fi/ Mikon puhe Nordic Business Forumissa https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bC9R32N_sOU Tomin suosikkibaari - Pavilhão Chinês (Kiinalainen paviljonki) https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/pavilhao-chines Impulse - Brain Training https://apps.apple.com/us/app/impulse-brain-training/id1451295827 Bowling Castle Erding https://www.bowling-castle.de/
Whatsup everyone! In today's episode, the boys preview UFC 295: Procházka vs. Pereira, and talk about the main card, the trustworthiness of Jiri's chin, whether or not Glover will help Alex get the win, and much more. Thank you all for listening, we are super excited for this card, and we hope you all enjoy it. Peace!Click here to check out our linktree! Here you can find the Verdict League, Twitter, Tik Tok, Instagram, and Podcast streaming options for spotify and non spotify users for every show on the Couch Podcast Network all in one place!!
The absolute legendary Nedd Brockmann joined us in the studio to talk all about how many chin ups he's doing a day (be warned it's an insane amount), his new brand of choccy milk and to vs Wip in Rap Up Of The Week! We couldn't love this guy more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Do you want to learn how to sell enterprise clients? My next guest has an enterprise SaaS or in his words, DaaS (Data as a Service) which is on track to generate $16M in revenue in 2023. In this episode, we talk about how to acquire and onboard enterprise customers, how long the sale cycle takes, how much they charge per client, how much they raised to date, and how they will continue to scale. Please welcome, Jonathan Chin Watch full episode on YouTube. Key Timecodes (00:58) - Show intro and background history (01:54) - Deeper into his background history and business model (03:33) - How long did it take to get his first client (05:08) - Deeper into his business model (11:54) - Understanding the numbers of his company (17:10) - Deeper into his business strategies (22:49) - Deeper into the company revenue (28:48) - Understanding the data as a service model (31:15) - How many years to break the 1 Million point (36:08) - How his company charges the clients (38:19) - A key takeaway from the guest (48:58) - What is the worst advice he ever received (50:19) - What is the best advice he ever received (53:38) - Guest contacts Payback Time Podcast A Podcast on Financial Independence. Hosted by Sean Tepper. If you want to learn how to escape the rat race, create passive income, or achieve financial freedom, you've come to the right place. Want to start investing in the stock market with confidence?
Chin-Sun Lee was named one of Poets & Writers 5 over 50 (authors who publish their first books over the age of 50)! A daughter of North Korean refugees, Chin-Sun has written a deep psychological thriller called Upcountry. It is a great Fall read, so I hope you get a chance to pick up a copy! Find Upcountry wherever you get your books (or ask your local store to order you a copy)! Check Chinsunlee.com or @scribblepost on Instagram to see if Chin-Sun will be in your area for her book tour! Music: "Do It Again" by the Steely Dan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yCgHTmv4YU8 As I always mention, you can write to us at: email@example.com, and please follow us on Instagram and Facebook @infatuasianpodcast Please follow us wherever you get your podcasts. We could use your ratings and reviews over at Apple. And now Spotify! Our Theme: “Super Happy J-Pop Fun-Time” by Prismic Studios was arranged and performed by All Arms Around #asianauthor #koreanamericanauthor #unnamedpress #booksofinstagram #asianpodcast #asian #asianamerican #infatuasian #infatuasianpodcast #aapi #veryasian #asianamericanpodcaster #representationmatters
Chin-Sun Lee, the author of Upcountry, joined the podcast to discuss transitioning from a successful career in fashion to writing full-time, the Catskills, and the anxieties of publishing your first novel. Purchase a copy of the book here: https://bookshop.org/a/339/9781951213770 Follow the author at https://www.chinsunlee.com, https://www.instagram.com/scribblepost, and www.twitter.com/leechinsun. Follow Debutiful: www.debutiful.net, www.instagram.com/debutiful, and www.twitter.com/debutiful
Et Sophie Marchand roule en Benz avec Ella Fitzgerald et Sheila E !Canblaster, DJ et producteur passionné ainsi que membre du quatuor de la team Club Cheval, composé de Panteros666, Myd et Sam Tiba, présente son parcours musical, de sa tendre enfance à aujourd'hui à travers une selecta qu'il a spécialement conçue pour l'émission. Parmi les morceaux sélectionnés, un extrait de la mixtape GENESIS dont le premier chapitre sortira le vendredi 10 novembre, une avant-première donc !Le single Aerian Dance est d'ors-et-déjà disponible sur toutes les plateformes.TRACKLISTRoy Ayers - Coffee Is The Color Amy Dabbs - Only Breaks Can Love Your HeartLa bibliothèque de la bergerie - L'homme qui n'existait pas Brent Faiyaz, FELIX!, Tommy Richman - Upset Le disque de 19h22 (envoyez votre proposition, un morceau aux couleurs Nova Club, à @davidblot sur Instagram!) :Flying Lotus - Do The Astral Plane Sheila E. - The Glamourous Life Canblaster - Aerian DanceNujabes - Aruarian Dance Squarepusher - Do You Know SquarepusherJackson And His Computer Band - Radio CacaCanblaster - I Think About UFloating Points - Bias (Acid Mix)Canblaster - Extrait du futur projet « Genesis »Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong - Gee, Baby Ain't I Good To You ? Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
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Odcinek na temat pand wielkich, które od 50 lat zamieszkują w ogrodzie zoologicznym w Waszyngtonie. Od czego się zaczęło i po co? To także odcinek o wielkim pożegnaniu. Przyszedł bowiem moment, że Amerykanie muszą oddać pandy Chińczykom. Oddać? Tak, ponieważ pandy są pożyczone. Sięgnij również po “Ameryka i my: podróże po USA”, audiobook w formie słuchowiska Lidii Krawczuk i Pawła Żuchowskiego. Kupując wspierasz działalność autorów : https://sklep.amerykaimy.pl/
Last time we spoke about the conquest of southern Manchuria. The Russians had consolidated their hold over northern Manchuria and now had the necessary amount of forces to quell the chaos in the south. The two last major strongholds held by the Qing and their Boxer allies were Liaoyang and Mukden. The Russians consolidated their forces while the Qing spread themselves out far too thinly. Each engagement saw Russian victories, despite the fact the Qing had the necessary numbers and weaponry necessary to serve decisive defeats to the Russians, if only they consolidated and coordinated properly their forces. Liaoyang fell easily, and with its fall the Qing commanders began to loot and abandon their infantry. Leaderless the infantry gradually scattered into the countryside leaving Mukden pretty much open for the taking. Manchuria was in chaos, and within that chaos the same type of people always emerged to take advantage, bandits. But who were these people really? #72 The Red Bearded Honghuzi Welcome to the Fall and Rise of China Podcast, I am your dutiful host Craig Watson. But, before we start I want to also remind you this podcast is only made possible through the efforts of Kings and Generals over at Youtube. Perhaps you want to learn more about the history of Asia? Kings and Generals have an assortment of episodes on history of asia and much more so go give them a look over on Youtube. So please subscribe to Kings and Generals over at Youtube and to continue helping us produce this content please check out www.patreon.com/kingsandgenerals. If you are still hungry for some more history related content, over on my channel, the Pacific War Channel where I cover the history of China and Japan from the 19th century until the end of the Pacific War. Manchuria has been called by many names. An English study in 1932 by Hubert Hessell Tiltman referred to Manchuria as “the cockpit of Asia, where drama never dies”. It has also been called by Yu Juemin in 1929 “the balkans in east asia”, which I think fits it nicely. So you heard me in length talk about Shandong and Manchuria. You heard my entire series on the Boxer Rebellion. Often you hear me refer to the “bandits”, in Shandong we saw the precursors to the Boxers rise up primarily to combat bandits. China proper and Manchuria had bandits since ancient times. But who exactly were the bandits? I would like to take us back to Manchuria to talk about a specific group or phenomenon of banditry. The major reason I am taking the time to do an episode on this, because to be honest we are about to jump into the Russo-Japanese War, is because the banditry problem and specific bandits will have an incredible amount of influence on China, Russia and Japan for the first half of the 20th century. For those of you who have not seen my personal channel, the pacific war channel you might already know where this is going. I created an extremely long series and reformed it into a single documentary on China's warlord era. Its a fascinating part of the history of modern China and one I will tackle in this podcast series, god knows how long it will be. Some of the warlords started out as bandits, two in particular were extremely influential, I am of course talking about Zhang Zuolin and the Dogmeat General Zhang Zongchang. By the way if you want to hear more about the king of memes, Zhang Zongchang, check out my episode on him on my youtube channel, its a must see I guarantee it, funny as hell and…well pretty dark too. The word Honghuzi translates as “red bearded”. They were armed Chinese bandits who operated in northeast China, particular in the areas of the eastern Russia-China borderlands during the second half of the 19th century and first half of the 20th. The term Honghuzi is believed to originate back in the 1600s referring to Russians by Chinese who had red beards. These would be the indigenous peoples around the Amur region. Chinese bandits later would use fake red beards as a disguise. Honghuzi gangs grabbed new members from those seeking easy money. It could be peasants, those down on their luck, Qing army deserters, recent immigrants. Just about anyone who preferred robbing over working lumber mills or in mines as you can imagine. A Vladivostok newspaper wrote an article in 1896 referring to the phenomenon “Here he is, dirty, in rags, half-starved, laboring every day, in the rain, in clay sticky soil ... what joys in life does he have? ... No wonder he prefers joining the Honghuzi and a life full of adventures.” A honghuzi gang could be just two guys, or it could be several hundred strong. You can imagine large groups in the hundreds could perform large scale operations, bigger the gang, bigger the payoff. When Honghuzi groups came together to perform large scale operations it could threaten entire cities. Now I bet most of you have an image in your mind, a skinny, unwashed hooligan, probably wearing worn down rags, and obviously this could fit the description of many Honghuzi, but on average not really. Many of them were well dressed and extremely well armed. They typically performed crimes in spring and summer when it was easier to hide in the forest filled countryside or in the mountains. When I was speaking about Shandong I often mentioned these type of criminal seasons, highway robbery literally was seasonal work. In the autumn and winter times the Honghuzi typically hit the major cities and spent their booty on the usual stuff, alcohol, women and drugs, in this case opium. Many also held employment, like I said it was seasonal work, most were farmers. Manchuria was ideal for this type of criminal activity. The Qing government based in Beijing had little control over their sparsely populated homeland and the local officials in Manchuria did not have sufficient resources to quell the Honghuzi. The Honghuzi also did not stop at local activity, they often crossed over to plunder Russian territory, such as the Ussuri Krai. The Honghuzi had quite an easy time hitting the borderlands as the Russians and Qin could not focus much resources to protect them. As you can imagine such border issues resulted in larger scale conflicts. When Honghuzi raided Russian territory they often stole anything you can imagine like cattle, were smuggling opium and even illegally performed gold mining. Illegal gold mining led to a clash between the Hongzhui and Russian forces. In 1867 when gold was discovered on the small island of Askold, some 50 kms away from Vladivostok, Manchurian began to come over to try their luck at gold mining, as did the Honghuzi. A Russian schooner, the Aleut on several occasion scattered illegal gold miners, but they just kept returning. 3 Russian sailors were killed in an armed clash and the Honghuzi's chopped up their bodies in full view of the remaining Russian crew who fled in horror. The Russian government attempted to thwart the illegal gold mining and this led to what was called the Manzi War, Manzi is another name for Manchu. In 1868 Manchu and Honghuzi coordinated attacks upon Russian military posts and plundered and burned several towns, massacring settlers. In retaliation, Russian troops burnt down Manchu settlement known to shelter Honghuzi. By mid July the Honghuzi were gradually tossed back across the border into Manchuria. The Russians were not done, their forces pursued the Honghuzi as they fled back to Manchuria. Reportedly a Cossack sotnia penetrated Manchuria some several hundreds km's pursuing Honghuzi. In 1879 Russian forces crossed the border and burned down a well known fortified Honghuzi fortress near Lake Khanka. Major Nozhin leading a detachment during this time ran into Qing troops and a small battle occurred. It was an embarrassing episode for the Russians who apologized for the incident. The Qing court was not pleased with the border crossings, but knew the nature of the Honghuzi menace and actually asked the Russians to continue pursuing the Honghuzi within their borders. Now I would like to talk about the stories of some famous Honghuzi. In 1875, Zhang Zuolin was born the third son of an impoverished family in Haicheng of Fengtian, modern day Liaoning province. His family had been rooted in Manchuria for a long time, but his father was unable to sustain the family after dividing the estate with Zhang's uncle. Zhang only received two years of traditional education before leaving school following his fathers death. Nicknamed the “pimple”, Zhang was a thin and short boy. Zhang spent his early youth, fishing, gambling and brawling. When he first tried to make some money he worked as a waiter at an Inn where he came across tales of the Honghuzi. The only useful education he ever received was a bit of veterinary science, he underwent a brief period of veterinarian training, but ultimately he abandoned the career to pursue something else. When the First Sino-Japanese War broke out, Zhang joined the Yi Army commanded by General Song Qing in 1894 to fight against the invading Japanese in Manchuria. However when the war ended and the Yi Army re-deployed, Zhang at the age of 21 departed them to take a job under his father in law to protect his village as the head of an armed band. There is a legend, most likely perpetuated by Zhang himself, that during a hunting trip he spotted a wounded Honghuzi on horseback and killed the man before stealing his horse to become a Honghuzi himself. Zhang led the group of bandits and earned this sort of Robinhood like mythos. Because he was illiterate he often referred to his experience as a bandit leader as “experience of the Green Forest” something his contemporary Zhang Zongchang would enthusiastically also state. During the anarchic period between the first sino-japanese war and Russo-Japanese war, Honghuzi were both bandits plundering but also militiamen protecting towns. It was a complex situation and one that Zhang would become an expert in. Soon after Zhang had established his bandit group, it was dispersed by a larger group sponsored by the Russians. Zhang and the survivors joined another honghuzi group, run by Zhang Jinghui. Zhang would gradually become its leader, and Zhang Jinghui would later become a Lt under Zhang during the warlord era. When the Boxer rebellion broke out, Zhang's gang joined the Qing army in their doomed resistance against the foreigners. Unlike the Boxers who ceased fighting when the war was over, the bandits kept on banditing. As Zhang's bandit group grew in size, he sought amnesty from the Qing government and became a militia commander in 1902. This would prove to be the first of a series of choices he made that would propel him to nearly become the leader of China. He was soon joined by Tang Yulin and Zhang Zuoxiang who would in their own right become Fengtian leaders. It seems Zhang's willingness to form alliances was the key to his success. Now I don't want to go too deep into it, but Zhang's militia was ordered by the Qing government to fight against Russian sponsored Honghuzi during the Russo-Japanese war. His bandit force worked to escort traveling merchants within Manchuria during the war. Fighting as mercenaries, Zhangs group become recognized as a regular regiment within the Qing military and they began patrolling the borderlands of Manchuria, suppressing other bandit groups. An American Major - surgeon named Louis Livingston Seaman was working or the 1st regiment US volunteer engineers during the russo japanese war. His regiment was working with the 2nd IJA army in Manchuria and he personally met Zhang Zuolin who he described in some length to the Nation magazine. "He had some amusing and exciting experiences with the Hung-hutzes (Chun-chuzes), ex-bandits, now nominally Chinese soldiery, many of whom were operating as guerrillas on the Russian flank and communications under Japanese officers, as is charged. The Japanese had in their employ Zhang Zuolin a famous Honghuzi leader who led his men against the Russians”. Dr Seaman wrote a lengthy report of his story with the Honghuzi and Zhang Zuolin and I think it gives some flavor and a feeling of what the banditry types were like at their highest point. Dr. Seaman stated a Russian position had been swarmed by over 500 Honghuzi, the Russians took over 20 casualties before the Honghuzi hoard were finally driven off. The Qing troops seemed to let the Honghuzi roam around freely, most likely because "They can not be caught, the plain truth being that the best of fellowship exists between them and the imperial troops, their old comrades of yore." Seaman noticed the Honghuzi had a special hatred reserved for the Russians. There was much talk of past grievances, particularly that of the Blagovestchensk massacre when it was said 8000 unarmed men, women and children were driven at the point of a bayonet into the raging Amur river. Seaman met one Chin-wang-Tao who said a Russian officers who participated in the brutal massacre told him in 1900 ‘'the execution of my orders made me almost sick, for it seemed as though I could have walked across the river on the bodies of the floating dead.” Only 40 or so Chinese escaped the horror, many of them were employed by a leading foreign merchant who ransomed their lives at a thousand rubles a piece. Such atrocities were well remembered by the local Chinese who sought revenge. When Japan began to look for those sympathetic to their cause, willing to pay for it none the less, it was not hard to find enthusiastic Chinese. It was believed 10,000 or more Honghuzi divided into companies of around 200-300 each led by Japanese officers no less were in force during the conflict. Zhang Zuolin commanded a large army of Honghuzi allied to the Japanese and Dr. Seaman met him and his army while venturing near Newchwang. There had been reports of raids by Honghuzi, also called the “red beards” though none of them had red beards, nor any kind of beard. Dr. Seaman's companion, Captain Boyd became determined to meet them. The two men hoped to see for themselves the characteristics of these so called 10,000 strong guerrilla fighters that fight on the western border area of Manchuria. They were said to be hitting the rear and right flank of the Russian army, compelling it to quadruple its Cossack guards in the region to protect supply trains and refugees trying to flee from Port Arthur to Mukden. Both men had Chinese passports and received official credentials from Minister Conger to meet with General Ma who had assembled his forces on the borderland. General Ma was the commander in chief of the Qing forces in the region and also the de facto commander of 10,000 Honghuzi now wearing Qing uniforms. Many of the Honghuzi were great horsemen, having Manchu backgrounds they lived a mounted life and for centuries had defied the Qing authorities, roaming at will, levying tribute and performing numerous crimes. The leader of these marauders was Zhang Zuolin, who now held the rank of Colonel in the Qing army. Within two years Zhangs band had obtained mastery over the entire border region of Manchuria going some hundred miles. The Qing government ceased opposing them and simply made terms to adopt them into the army. Now they stood as troops in good standing, with highway robbery semi officially recognized as one of their perquisites. The adoption of Honghuzi into the army had not changed their habits of murder and robbing. When they were not plundering Russian refugees en route to Siberia or Russian supply trains they often took their plundering gaze on Chinese towns. Practically every peasant in the region at some time became a Honghuzi. It seemed to be at the time the crops were nearly full grown, when the broom corn was 12 to 15 feet high when peasants were most likely to turn to the life of outlaw. The staple crop of kaoliang affords the perfect cover for troops or honghuzi. The 8 nation alliance troops realized this the hard way when they marched from Taku to Beijing. With the tall kaoliang to hide their movements the peasants abandoned their legitimate work and took up weapons either alone or in groups to plunder the highways or rob smaller villages near where they lived. Sometimes people banded together to fight off the honghuzi. The Americans said it was a very similar situation in the philippines during their little war. The filipinos would call them amigos, then don on the clothes of the banditry class and try to rob them. Newchwang was visited by large organized robbers, many from Kaopangtzi. Dr.Seaman had the chance to take a photograph of Li Hongzhang and himself taken in the palace of the old Viceroy in Beijing, shortly before his death, it was the last picture of the old statesman, whom he knew very well by that point, he had made several visits to him in Beijing. Dr. Seaman stopped at Chinese Inn, and came across a merchant from Hsinmintung who was suffering from an affliction which he was able to relieve in some measure. The merchant heard we were traveling north and sought to meet the Honghuzi, he advised us to go at once to Hsinmingtung, where Zhang Zuolin was commanding forces. He even gave them a letter of introduction, the man turned out to be one of Zhang's merchants. The letter proved very useful as when they traveled further, people in towns gave them better accommodations, they were greeted like friends. Hsinmingtung was the terminus of the railroad that connected Kaopangtzi with the main line from Tientsin. They were in the process of building the main line further to junction at Mukden. They arrived to Hsinmingtung and received special rooms from the merchants friends. There were Cossacks patrol north and east and Japanese southeast. Qing soldiers under General Ma were patrolling west and northwest and the Honghuzi were all around. The two men bought fireworks and had a small party with the locals establishing a standing within their community. The men then called upon the Chi Fu, prefect of the place whose name was Tsung Zao Ku and he received them cordially. Then they were finally presented to the great ex-bandit of all Manchuria, the leader of the Honghuzi, Zhang Zuolin who at that point was a colonel in the Qing army. Zhang Zuolin was a handsome fellow, graceful and mild mannered. He made them feel at home in his luxurious yamen, and brewed them excellent tea in fine porcelain cups. Then he offered them a good bottle of wine, an old Madeira. The men took photos of Zhang Zuolin and his forces. Zhang told them they were now his guests and he had to attend to matters, they were at liberty to travel through the country at will, but to make sure they never traveled unattended or unarmed. In the meantime the men spoke with a guest of the Chi Fu named Chang Lin Lung from Mukden. He spoke about Zhang, saying years ago he ruled all the territory around with an iron fist, as a bandit, doing as he pleased west of the Liao river. When China absorbed him and his men into its army, he obtained an allowance to pay his men well, the government supplied them also. The two men learned what they had suspected, these honghuzi were now really officered by the Japanese. There were around 300 with Zhang Zuolin as his personal guard. There were 8 Japanese officers directing the operations of another band the two men visited. It was said Zhang paid handsomely for all of this. Some of the Japanese officers were disguised as Chinese and doing covert work. Their guerilla operations were embarrassing Kuropatkin's army, robbing their supply trains forcing the Russians to double guards on lines of communication and adding more units to the right flank and rear. Two days before the two men arrived, a party of Russians were attacked by 200 Honghuzi, 7 miles from Hsinmintung. 5 were killed, 4 decapitated, their heads placed on pike poles. The same group of bandits whipped out a Cossack escort that was moving 1000 cattle and ponies to the Russian troops, the entire herd was stolen. Over 1000 Cossacks began revenge raids in the region in retaliation. At the offset of meeting Zhang, he showed an unusual amount of attention. Trumpets summoned his entire guards of 300 men, there was a great commotion and soon the whole outfit of his forces began lining up for inspection and kodak designs. Zhang gave 20 special guards for the two mens disposal and the next morning they went on an expedition of sightseeing. The plan was to visit neighboring bands, but when they reached 5 miles northeast, several Cossack scouts forced them away. They spent the night in Kowpangtze with 5 Japanese officers supported by a large number of Honghuzi. They took a railway train in the end to part ways. This was a glimpse at the future warlord of Manchuria as he ascended being a small-time bandit, to being the leader of the strongest bandit group in Manchuria and eventually found himself a role in the Qing military. Another infamous warlord who started out as a Bandit was Zhang Zongchang. Certainly the most notorious of China's warlord, Zhang Zongchang was in all essence a monster. Google or Youtube search his name and you will see meme videos everywhere, though might I add, I made a video talking about the funny parts of his life, but also the cold hard horror show that it also was, check out Zhang Zongchang the monster behind the meme. Zhang Zongchang was born in 1881 in Yi county, present day Laizhou in Shandong. He grew up in an impoverished village. His father worked as a head shaver and trumpeter, a rampant alcoholic. His mother was basically what you would call a practicing witch, she performed exorcisms. The family moved to Manchuria when Zhang was in his teens and the parents separated. Zhang stayed with his mother who took on a new lover. Zhang quickly took to a life of crime in and around Harbin. He took up work as a pickpocket, a prospector, worked as a bouncer and found himself working as a laborer in Siberia. He picked up a lot of Russian, which would pay off big time down the road. He described himself as a graduate of “the school of forestry”. He became a hell of a big guy at 6 foot 6 and would be the tallest of the warlords, that was not all that was tall, if you know the meme you know the meme. When the Russo-Japanese war broke out, while Zhang Zuolin helped the Japanese, Zhang Zongchang helped the Russians. He served as a auxiliary for the Imperial Russian Army, it was basically the same situation of Zuolin, he was a honghuzi gang leader. However his real fame came after the war. During the war he showed himself a very capable warrior and leader. He was known for “splitting melons” ie: bashing the skulls of his enemies with rifle butts. Zhang made a ton of friends amongst the Russian military, he got along very well with them. He acquired an enormous taste for fine things, particularly cigars, champagne and whiskey. Google him and you will probably see a cigar in his mouth. Now unlike Zuolin, Zongchang really only starts to do famous deeds after the Russo-Japanese War, I don't want to go to far into the future, but I will give you a taste. For one thing why was he notoriously known as the “dogmeat general” you might ask? The nickname “Dogmeat General”, was said to be based on his fascination with the domino game Pai Jiu. Others say his favorite brand of tonic was known as dogmeat. And of course there was the rumor he ate a meal of black chow chow dog every day, as it was popularly believed at the time that this boosted a man's vitality. Nicknames like “the lanky general or general with three long legs” were certainly something he publicized heavily. There was indeed the rumor old 86 referred to the length of his penis being 86 mexican silver dollars, there was also a nickname “72-cannon Zhang” referring to that length. I mean the man was 6 foot 6, people described him quote “with the physique of an elephant, the brain of a pig and the temperament of a tiger”. Alongside his penis propaganda, he was a legendary womanizer. Take his other nickname for example “the general of three don't-knows”: he did not know how many women, how many troops, or how much money he had. I think that nickname fits him better than the nickname he gave himself “the Great General of Justice and Might”. He had a ton of concubines. The exact number of concubines he had has variously been reported between 30-50, but historians have a hard time trying to fix the numbers as Zhang himself allegedly did not know. Allegedly his concubines were from 26 different nationalities, each with her own washbowl marked with the flag of her nation. He was also said to give his concubines numbers since he could not remember their names nor speak their various languages. Many of these women he married, he was a polygamist after all. There was known to be Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Korean, Mongolians and at least one American amongst Zhang's women. Zhang was semi-literate, whenever people asked where he was educated he would say “the college of the green forest” a euphemism for banditry. Despite being semi-literate Zhang Zongchang is famously known for his poetry, most notably his Poem on Bastards: You tell me to do this, He tells me to do that. You're all bastards, Go fuck your mother. It should be noted a lot of the poetry attributed to Zhang Zongchang may have been fabricated by a political opponent named Han Fuju who took over Shandong Province after him. Now that's enough about the two Zhang's, trust me we are going to dig much deeper into these guys later on in the series, because I love the warlord era, its absolute insanity and very unknown to the west. So the Honghuzi who are often called just bandits, had a lot of influence in Manchuria, they are just another piece of the larger puzzle as they say. Now the enormous amount of bandits in Manchuria alongside the Boxer movement is what drove Russia to invade Manchuria. The Russians sent over 177,000 troops in Manchuria, under the guise it was merely to protect their railway construction efforts. This raised a lot of eyebrows as they say. By 1902 order had been restored in Beijing, the armed forces were thinning out. Britain and Japan were wary of Russia's increasing influence in the far east. Britain and Japan entered into an alliance on January 30th of 1902. The terms dictated if either nation was to go to war to protect its regional interests against a third power, the unaffected party would not only remain neutral but would try to prevent the conflict from widening. If an additional power, like France or Germany joined the war, either Japan or Britain would help the other. The alliance worked to Japan's favor allowing her to consolidate her recent acquisition of Korea and bolster her interest in Manchuria. Russia countered this by declaring a similar alliance on March 16th of 1902 with France. Now everyone expected Russia to withdraw her enormous troops from Manchuria, and on April 8th of 1902, during the Manchurian Convention, Russia confirmed her ultimate aim to evacuate Manchuria on the condition the railway and Russian citizens were protected by the Chinese. It was agreed the Russian withdrawal would be done in three phases. Over three periods, each 6 months. After the first 6 months, the first assigned territory, southwest of Mukden was evacuated and returned to China. The anticipated second phase of the withdrawal from the remainder of the province of Mukden and Kirin did not occur however. When the Qing ambassador in St Petersburg enquired what the delay was, he was waved off. Then 20 days after the withdrawal had begun, Beijing was presented with demands for concessions in Manchuria. None of the returned territory was in any way to be given to another power. Mongolia's system of government was not to be altered. No new ports or towns were to be developed or opened in Manchuria without informing Russia. Foreigners serving in the Chinese government were not to exercise authority in northern Manchuria. The telegraph line connecting the Liaotung Peninsula with Peking was to be assured. On Newchwang being returned to China, the Customs' dues were to continue to be paid into the Russo-Chinese Bank. The rights acquired by Russian interests or Russian people were to be continue On April 29th encouraged by the protests and support of Britain, the US and Japan, China rejected the 7 demands. Japan was greatly threatened by all of this and little by little, the same situation we saw unfold prior to the first sino-japanese war, was occurring all over again in Manchuria. I would like to take this time to remind you all that this podcast is only made possible through the efforts of Kings and Generals over at Youtube. Please go subscribe to Kings and Generals over at Youtube and to continue helping us produce this content please check out www.patreon.com/kingsandgenerals. If you are still hungry after that, give my personal channel a look over at The Pacific War Channel at Youtube, it would mean a lot to me. The Honghuzi were a unique type of banditry that had an enormous role in the history of Manchuria. Those like Zhang Zuolin and Zhang Zongchang would join their ranks and earn great fame. With so many bandits in Manchuria however, conflict would soon arise.
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In this episode of the Epigenetics Podcast, we talked with Jason Carroll from the Cambridge Research Institute about his work on contribution of estrogen receptor to breast cancer progression. The Podcast centers around the crucial role of the forkhead protein FOXA1 in breast cancer. FOXA1 acts as a pioneer transcription factor, facilitating gene regulation by recruiting nuclear receptors to chromatin, profoundly influencing gene expression in various breast cancer subtypes. The FOXA1-positive subtype of triple-negative breast cancer, despite being estrogen receptor-negative, shares gene expression profiles with estrogen receptor-positive breast cancer, shedding light on the importance of targeting the androgen receptor for treatment. The challenges of studying transcription factor mappings from clinical samples are explored, with a focus on the ChIP-seq method's success in mapping estrogen receptor binding sites. Various techniques for transcription factor mapping, including CUT&RUN, CUT&Tag, and ChIP-exo, are discussed, as well as the potential of mass spec techniques like the RIME method in analyzing protein interactions. An intriguing experiment involving the purification of multiple proteins to identify interactions is highlighted. References Carroll, J. S., Meyer, C. A., Song, J., Li, W., Geistlinger, T. R., Eeckhoute, J., Brodsky, A. S., Keeton, E. K., Fertuck, K. C., Hall, G. F., Wang, Q., Bekiranov, S., Sementchenko, V., Fox, E. A., Silver, P. A., Gingeras, T. R., Liu, X. S., & Brown, M. (2006). Genome-wide analysis of estrogen receptor binding sites. Nature genetics, 38(11), 1289–1297. https://doi.org/10.1038/ng1901 Hurtado, A., Holmes, K. A., Geistlinger, T. R., Hutcheson, I. R., Nicholson, R. I., Brown, M., Jiang, J., Howat, W. J., Ali, S., & Carroll, J. S. (2008). Regulation of ERBB2 by oestrogen receptor-PAX2 determines response to tamoxifen. Nature, 456(7222), 663–666. https://doi.org/10.1038/nature07483 Ross-Innes, C. S., Stark, R., Teschendorff, A. E., Holmes, K. A., Ali, H. R., Dunning, M. J., Brown, G. D., Gojis, O., Ellis, I. O., Green, A. R., Ali, S., Chin, S. F., Palmieri, C., Caldas, C., & Carroll, J. S. (2012). Differential oestrogen receptor binding is associated with clinical outcome in breast cancer. Nature, 481(7381), 389–393. https://doi.org/10.1038/nature10730 Mohammed, H., Russell, I. A., Stark, R., Rueda, O. M., Hickey, T. E., Tarulli, G. A., Serandour, A. A., Birrell, S. N., Bruna, A., Saadi, A., Menon, S., Hadfield, J., Pugh, M., Raj, G. V., Brown, G. D., D'Santos, C., Robinson, J. L., Silva, G., Launchbury, R., Perou, C. M., … Carroll, J. S. (2015). Progesterone receptor modulates ERα action in breast cancer. Nature, 523(7560), 313–317. https://doi.org/10.1038/nature14583 Related Episodes Pioneer Transcription Factors and Their Influence on Chromatin Structure (Ken Zaret) The Role of Pioneer Factors Zelda and Grainyhead at the Maternal-to-Zygotic Transition (Melissa Harrison) Contact Epigenetics Podcast on Twitter Epigenetics Podcast on Instagram Epigenetics Podcast on Mastodon Epigenetics Podcast on Bluesky Active Motif on Twitter Active Motif on LinkedIn Email: email@example.com
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