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Vincent Lee
Breaking News Editor, sharing news by colleagues; opinions here all mine, especially hate towards James Harden. Byline name: Se Young Lee.
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Vincent Lee 2h
Replying to @tianyuf
If Hebei Pangzai is present I might be able to make peace with James Harden during the quarantkne
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Vincent Lee 3h
When Things Fall Apart: In the Time of Coronavirus, a company's meteoric rise is soon met with seemingly insurmountable challenges. Can Zoom survive? Tune in next week!
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Vincent Lee 3h
Replying to @tianyuf
Is Hebei Pangzai in one of the groups? I just want him to do the tornado beer so I can watch in awe
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Vincent Lee 6h
Replying to @Rover829
Signs of the times, item 2: (I...hm. Confused.)
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Vincent Lee 7h
Replying to @zndtoshi
I suspect it will become compulsory for cross-border travellers, eliminating the matter of choice
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Vincent Lee 7h
SBS: South Korea expelled an Indonesian national who broke quarantine
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Vincent Lee 7h
Replying to @Rover829
Reuters: ASKED ABOUT TRUMP REMARK THAT WHO WAS "CHINA-CENTRIC", SENIOR WHO OFFICIAL SAYS IT WAS IMPORTANT TO WORK WITH CHINESE TO UNDERSTAND EARLY OUTBREAK, HAD "NOTHING TO DO WITH CHINA SPECIFICALLY"
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Vincent Lee 8h
Replying to @Rover829
Reuters: - ASKED ABOUT U.S. PRESIDENT TRUMP'S REMARKS, WHO DIRECTOR SAYS THE ACUTE PHASE OF A PANDEMIC "IS NOT THE TIME TO CUT BACK ON FUNDING"
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Vincent Lee 8h
Replying to @Rover829
Reuters: "I don’t think the reduction is anywhere near the 70 or 80 percent Abe is aiming for," said Yoshihiko Furusawa, 43, as he watched pedestrians near the Shinjuku ward office where he works. "I think the important point is to stop people going to bars after work."
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Vincent Lee 8h
Replying to @Rover829
Reuters: With an eye on the economy, Abe has sought a cut of 70% to 80% in contacts among people in the seven regions, leaving plenty of wiggle room for defiance of the request to stay home.
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Vincent Lee 8h
Replying to @Rover829
Reuters: "We've reduced the number of in-office workers by half, but we are still rotating to go into work," said a commuter, Chihiro Kakegawa, an employee of a financial institution near the Tokyo station, adding that it freed her from going to work everyday.
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Vincent Lee 8h
Replying to @Rover829
Reuters: "It's unavoidable that people have to come out for work," said Risa Tanaka, an office worker wearing a mask near the Shinjuku station, who said she usually tried to work at home but stepped out to deliver documents. "I don't know if the emergency declaration is enough."
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Vincent Lee 8h
Replying to @Rover829
Reuters: A day after it was announced, commuters heading to work packed into trains in Tokyo, with some expressing confusion over how best to restrict their movements. (Sigh.)
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Vincent Lee 8h
Replying to @Rover829
Reuters: Total infections in the Japanese capital stand at 1,339, NHK said, for an increase that would carry the nationwide tally beyond 4,600, including 98 deaths, based on numbers it published earlier in the day.
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Vincent Lee 8h
TOKYO, April 8 (Reuters) - Tokyo recorded 144 coronavirus infections on Wednesday, its biggest daily jump since the start of the pandemic, public broadcaster NHK said, without citing sources on the first day of a state of emergency aimed at containing the outbreak.
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Vincent Lee 8h
Replying to @Rover829
At some point I might try to go back and link all the weird stuff together. Just to review in horror, possibly to confront any PTSD I might have developed by all the crazy/horrible things showing up in my mentions
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Vincent Lee 8h
Replying to @Rover829
Reuters: WHO SENIOR OFFICIAL SAYS TOO SOON TO TALK ABOUT OPTIMISM IN SPAIN BUT SAYS OUTBREAK THERE "DEFINITELY SLOWING DOWN"
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Vincent Lee 8h
Replying to @Rover829
Reuters: The economy ministry plans a second step requiring investors in artificial intelligence, robotics, semi-conductors, biotechnology and quantum technology to make public any purchases of 10% or more and allow Germany to screen them.
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Vincent Lee 8h
Replying to @Rover829
Reuters: In a first step, the law will be changed so that a review of a potential deal can be undertaken if there is "likely harm" to the public system or security. Previously, an "actual danger" was needed. The security of EU partners should also be considered.
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Vincent Lee 8h
Replying to @Rover829
Reuters: The move comes at a time when Europe's biggest economy, and the EU as a whole, is reconsidering relations with China in the face of increased investment in critical sectors by Chinese state-owned enterprises.
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