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Bryan W Van Norden | The Conversation  July 21, 2017 Last Updated at 10:32 IST

healthiest chinese food options to eat

When hunger pangs are at their peak, what comes first to your mind and on your tongue?Take a guess.Chinese Food, of course! Noodles, momos, fried rice and all food Chinese.But how healthy is it? And how do you measure the calorie quotient in Chinese food?I will tell you all, but slowly, so that you can easily understand, and imbibe it, not gulp it down and forget. Afterall, it’s not only about the taste, but calories too.Let us find out what are the healthy options in Chinese food worth trying.15 Best healthy Chinese food optionsYou see, when you go to a Chinese, most menus served are deep fried and loaded with “sauces” of all kinds, salty and sugary. The noodles are tossed in oil, and fried rice is also made through a similar process. Your mouth and nasal buds might get carried away, but

no, lena dunham is not a ‘hypocrite’ because she lost weight

Lena Dunham looks a little different these days.The Girls star recently debuted a slimmer figure, but the body-shaming she's been dealing with for years hasn't stopped. In fact, critics have labeled her a “hypocrite” for her weight loss, citing her longtime defiance against Hollywood’s gross beauty standards.“As a woman in Hollywood, you just can’t win,” Dunham said about the backlash on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.“It’s just so crazy because I spent six years of my career being called ‘bag of milk’ on the internet,” Dunham continued. “I never felt self-conscious about it. Anyone who was going to take the time to say something negative about my weight on the internet wasn’t someone I was particularly keen to impress anyway.”In recent months, Dunham, who suffers from endometriosis, took up exe

what trump doesn't understand about ms-13

The president may be overstating the gang’s impact.

oneplus 5 may not have a headphone jack

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Quentyn Kennemer May 22nd, 2017Carl Pei decided to start his Monday off with a OnePlus 5 joke, but little did he know what he thought was a harmless quip about headphone jacks would be turned into a PR nightmare.The joke was “Why did the headphone jack cross the road?” Naturally, we’re assuming he’s referring to the headphone jack on the OnePlus 5, which we still have yet to see in any solid capacity.Many respondents early on thought Carl Pei was alluding to a change that would move the headphone jack on the OnePlus 5 from the bottom to the top (it was absent on the bottom of the phone in a recent leak), because the answer to that ageless joke is “to get to the other side.” That would be totally acceptable and not heart attack-inducing at all.But Pei later caught wind of an outlet

oneplus 5 may not have a headphone jack

Quentyn Kennemer May 22nd, 2017Carl Pei decided to start his Monday off with a OnePlus 5 joke, but little did he know what he thought was a harmless quip about headphone jacks would be turned into a PR nightmare.The joke was “Why did the headphone jack cross the road?” Naturally, we’re assuming he’s referring to the headphone jack on the OnePlus 5, which we still have yet to see in any solid capacity.Many respondents early on thought Carl Pei was alluding to a change that would move the headphone jack on the OnePlus 5 from the bottom to the top (it was absent on the bottom of the phone in a recent leak), because the answer to that ageless joke is “to get to the other side.” That would be totally acceptable and not heart attack-inducing at all.But Pei later caught wind of an outlet reportin

what the gop doesn't understand about its own voters

When it comes to health care and entitlements, the party’s policies don't always align with its coalition’s beliefs.

australian scholar reportedly stopped from leaving china

A prominent Chinese studies scholar based in Sydney was reportedly barred from leaving China after visiting the country, prompting concerns from friends and an intervention from the Australian government.According to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), Chongyi Feng, an associate professor in Chinese studies at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), was prevented from boarding Australia-bound flights leaving Guangzhou. He was reportedly stopped twice in as many days last week.It is unclear why Feng has been barred from leaving the country, and he did not discuss his circumstances while speaking to ABC. According to his laywer, Chen Jinxue, Feng has not been formally arrested or charged, reports the New York Times.Both UTS and the Australian government have reached out to Feng

espionage suspect totally thought messages to chinese intel were deleted

Share this storyOn June 22, Kevin Patrick Mallory was brought before a US federal judge for his first hearing on charges that he sold highly classified documents to a Chinese intelligence agent. These documents, which are considered "National Defense Information," included at least one Top Secret document and three classified as Secret and were found on a phone Mallory had been provided by his Chinese contacts. Mallory, a 60-year-old former Central Intelligence Agency employee living in Leesburg, Virginia, had thought the documents were in messages that had been deleted automatically from the device. Mallory faces life in prison if convicted.Mallory, an independent consultant, had previously been an employee of "various government agencies" as well as several defense contractors. An Army v

facebook doesn't understand itself

The company’s content moderation guide suggests it hasn’t come to grips with its unique role in the world.

hr must better understand military competencies to advance veteran hiring

HR professionals and employers need to take the time to understand military culture and the military perspective in order to effectively recruit and hire veterans, according to dozens of thought leaders brought together by the SHRM Foundation.The SHRM Foundation, an affiliate of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), partnered with the National Association of Veteran-Serving Organizations to hold a summit earlier this year on Integrating and Engaging Veterans in the Workforce. The gathering in Alexandria, Va., of 50 thought leaders and stakeholders representing a diverse set of public and private perspectives on veteran employment was part of an initiative in support of employers hiring, engaging and retaining military veterans. The full report from the event will be released to

china orders propaganda videos at movie screenings

This summer, cinema-goers in China will be greeted by the many faces of its booming film industry at the start of every screening telling them about the Communist Party's latest directives and policy visions.A series of four videos called The Glory and the Dream — Our Chinese Dream, billed as PSAs by authorities, have been playing in all theaters since July 1, according to an official notice posted Wednesday. They screen before local films and Hollywood blockbusters alike.The propaganda clips "are aimed at helping the public better understand and accept the policies and visions of the Party," explains the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television, which initiated the move.Each of the four clips promotes one key slogan or idea emblematic of President Xi Jinping'

chinese retailer seemingly teases release of rumored red iphone whilst apple sto

A Chinese carrier has sent out an interesting photo on its Weibo feed earlier today, as spotted by iGen.fr. The note very clearly alludes to an as-yet-unannounced red iPhone color, with a pun of the word Ready. The idea of a red iPhone has been rumored before and it’s something that doesn’t really justify a dedicated Apple product event.The best, strongest, Lightning cables ... buy braided cables hereThat being said, Chinese retailers have been known to play fast and loose with their marketing often teasing Apple product announcements that never see the light of day. It is very possible that is what is happening here, with the outlet riding on the back of other rumors rather than leaking internal knowledge.  The Apple Store is currently down for updates, and is expected to go live again in

rex tillerson doesn't understand america

His idea that the country’s interests and its values are two separate things—the first mandatory, the second optional—reflects a misreading of the past.

what trump doesn't understand about gun control in great britain

British policies have proved remarkably effective—a fact that Saturday’s attack underscores, rather than undermines.

chinese tourists in moscow urged not to hug russian children

The Chinese Embassy in Moscow is urging Chinese tourists not to try and touch or hug Russian children when visiting the capital.The embassy included the advice in a special six-part video series, informing Chinese tourists about Russian traditions and etiquette.Other helpful tips include asking Chinese tourists not to
climb on trees or monuments, not to speak loudly while on the Moscow metro, and
to queue correctly in shops and restaurants. It also prepares vital advice on the correct flowers to give
during a Russian wedding ceremony.

an optimistic take on cybersecurity—trust the natural evolution of tech

The bad news: Engineers today are doomed to never fully understand their complex creations.The good news: Cybersecurity efforts, thanks to the natural evolution of technical things, are not doomed.That’s what Alex Gantman, Qualcomm’s vice president of engineering and head of product security, thinks. This assessment comes decades into a career spent coming up with movie-plot-quality scenarios of cybercrimes he thought were about to happen—but never came to pass.“I picked up the nickname Dr. Evil,” he told an audience of IEEE leaders and honorees attending the IEEE Vision, Innovation, and Challenges Summit in San Francisco last week. Then, at some point, he turned into Mr. Optimism.The reason for such a sunny view of the cyber world? He realized, he says, that just like organisms in the nat

an optimistic take on cybersecurity: trust the natural evolution of tech

The bad news: Engineers today are doomed to never fully understand their complex creations.The good news: Cybersecurity efforts, thanks to the natural evolution of technical things, are not doomed.That’s what Alex Gantman, Qualcomm’s vice president of engineering and head of product security, thinks. This assessment comes decades into a career spent coming up with movie-plot-quality scenarios of cybercrimes he thought were about to happen—but never came to pass.“I picked up the nickname Dr. Evil,” he told an audience of IEEE leaders and honorees attending the IEEE Vision, Innovation, and Challenges Summit in San Francisco last week. Then, at some point, he turned into Mr. Optimism.The reason for such a sunny view of the cyber world? He realized, he says, that just like organisms in the nat

swift playgrounds gains support for new languages – macstories

Today Apple added support for five new languages to its Swift Playgrounds app for iPad: Simplified Chinese, Japanese, French, German and Latin American Spanish.In its announcement, Apple quoted Xiaoming Bao of Hangzhou Foreign Languages School:
"Swift Playgrounds is the perfect app to help our students learn to code, and I’m very excited students in China are now are able to use it with Simplified Chinese support...Last year, we created an optional coding class for my students to learn fundamental coding concepts using Swift Playgrounds. I had no previous experience with coding, but the engaging and easy-to-learn app, along with the comprehensive teacher guide developed by Apple, made me confident that I could inspire and facilitate my students to learn to code, and understand coding as

microsoft powerpoint adds real-time presentation translation

At its Build conference today, Microsoft reps showed off how the feature can translate Spanish and Chinese sentences in real-time. It worked pretty well for the Spanish sentence, delivering a readable translation on the first try. It took a few more tries for it to understand the Chinese phrase for "AI is fantastic."While it's still in its early stages, the feature is a smart way for Microsoft to demonstrate the translation capabilities of its Cognitive Services tools. Developers can use that technology to make videos easily searchable, or quickly index a series of images. It's a big part of Microsoft's AI play, so it's wise for the company to give us a useful example of how it could benefit average consumers. Click here to catch up on the latest news from Microsoft's Build 2017.

an unpersuasive defense of trump's health care ignorance

Donald Trump’s ignorance about health care is obvious. Just this week, the president, while bragging about his expertise on the subject, made plain that he simply doesn’t have any idea what he’s talking about.Close video
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Sen. Bill Cassidy: Not Important For Trump to Understand
Sen. Bill Cassidy says it isn’t important for President Trump to understand the GOP health care bill, but that he should focus on a repeal-and-replace plan. sharetweetemailsaveEmbedThe question, however, is whether Trump’s illiteracy is consequential. MSNBC’s Hallie Jackson asked Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) about this yesterday, and the Republican senator did his best to defend his party’s president.“In your conversations with him, do you think the President understands the political, the

china to launch own encyclopaedia to rival wikipedia

China plans to launch its own online encyclopaedia next year, hoping to build a "cultural Great Wall" that can rival Wikipedia as a go-to information source for Chinese Internet users who Beijing fears are being corrupted by foreign influencesChina plans to launch its own online encyclopaedia next year, hoping to build a "cultural Great Wall" that can rival Wikipedia as a go-to information source for Chinese Internet users who Beijing fears are being corrupted by foreign influences.
China is under pressure to write its own encyclopaedia so it can guide public thought, according to a statement by the project's executive editor Yang Muzhi published last month on the website of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.He once listed Wikipedia, which is available in China, and Britain's Encyclopaedia

india to protest violation of airspace by china

India on Monday termed the recent airspace violation by two Chinese military helicopters as “unacceptable” and said it would take up the issue with the communist nation. “This is the first such airspace violation. We can understand ground incursion...It can be a mistake. But this is unacceptable. We will take it up with Beijing,” said External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, while addressing a press conference.Her comment came on a day when Beijing sought to defend the airspace violation by calling it “regular patrol”. A spokesperson of the Chinese ministry of foreign affairs also noted that India and China had disputes over boundaries. Two Chinese military helicopters were seen hovering over Barahoti in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand on Saturday. Earlier, soldiers of the People’s Lib

'animal lover' avoids jail for fatal stabbing of luna the labrador

A 37-year-old man has avoided a jail term for stabbing a Labrador to death in a Mirrabooka park last month - after pleading guilty on Thursday morning.Jayde Paul Rowan appeared in Perth Magistrates Court on Thursday morning, and was handed a seven month suspended sentence by chief magistrate Steven Heath for the attack on four-year-old dog Luna.
Luna, the Labrador. Photo: WA PoliceOwner, 22-year-old Bridgette Millen, was exercising Luna and her male Labrador Chocco in a park off Apple Blossom Drive at 6pm on May 18 when the incident occurred.  "I made them sit then took them off their leads," she told media on last month."They saw this person and [ran over]. Within a split second Luna was on the floor but I thought she was submitting, wanting to play. He bent down, I thought he was getti

my job is to be informed on critical issues: rahul

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi today said it is his job to be informed on critical issues as he sought to defend his meeting with the Chinese Ambassador amid a border row with China.He also took a dig at Narendra Modi saying he was not like the prime minister who was "sitting on the swing" when Chinese soldiers were entering India.Rahul also questioned the government why three of its ministers were availing Chinese hospitality while tension along the border is on."It is my job to be informed on critical issues. I met the Chinese Ambassador, Ex-NSA, Congress leaders from NE and the Bhutanese Ambassador."If government is so concerned about me meeting an Ambassador, they should explain why three ministers are availing Chinese hospitality while the border issue is on," he tweeted.Rahul a

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