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I was lucky enough to have picked up a promotional copy of this album at The Great Escape Festival in Brighton. She was right. Albums you cannot do without and that cut across and inform your musical tastes for years to come. Infusing hip-hop, scratch turntablism, dub, dubstep with oriental, french, african and middle east genres juxtaposed with samples, live locals and some of the best beats, this album pushes all my buttons. Chinese Man is a collective based not far from Marseilles, France, but the music is from far and wide. This leads into One Past , which is overlays piano and xylophone melodies over nice phat beats, morphing seamlessly into some trombone-led dub.

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The Philippines still does not have a confirmed case of novel coronavirus even as one of the patients under investigation died yesterday. Hundreds of Americans and Japanese left the quarantined Wuhan City — Ground Zero of the novel coronavirus nCoV epidemic — on charter flights yesterday, as the death toll soared to and confirmed infections breached 6, The South China Morning Post reported that total cases have reached 6,, of which 6, including the deaths are in mainland China.

The results of his laboratory tests for nCoV are still being awaited. Lopez said the patient was admitted to SLH on Monday. But the scale of the deepening crisis is being emphasized as the number of new infections on the Chinese mainland may soon exceed that of the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus SARS-CoV outbreak in to It first infected humans in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong in SARS-CoV, transmitted between people, went on to claim nearly lives around the world, with most of the fatalities recorded in mainland China and Hong Kong.

The nCoV has now spread around the world since it emerged in Wuhan late last year, although all the confirmed fatalities have so far been in China. Authorities last week imposed transport bans in and around Wuhan in an unprecedented quarantine effort, leaving more than 50 million people effectively trapped. That was very worrying. China has taken other extraordinary measures to try and stop the disease from spreading, including bans on tour groups traveling overseas, suspending schools and extending the Lunar New Year holiday.

With global concerns mounting, the United States, Britain and other countries have also advised their citizens against traveling to China. Thousands of foreigners have been among those trapped in Wuhan, which has become a near ghost-town with car travel banned and residents staying indoors. Countries have for days been scrambling to try and get their citizens out of Wuhan safely, but have faced huge logistical, medical and bureaucratic hurdles.

About people were aboard the Japanese flight, which landed in Tokyo yesterday morning. They would instead be asked to remain at home and avoid crowds at least until the results of the test were known. A US charter flight also left Wuhan yesterday with about Americans on board, including employees from the local American consulate.

The European Union will fly its citizens out aboard two French planes this week, and South Korea is due to do the same. Australia said it would evacuate citizens from Wuhan and quarantine them on an island normally used to detain asylum seekers.

Filipinos in the area who wish to be repatriated have been advised to contact the Philippine consulate general in Shanghai. Upon arrival in the Philippines, Filipino repatriates will be subject to 14 days of mandatory quarantine per guidelines of the Department of Health DOH. Meanwhile, Filipinos who wish to stay in China should heed advisories from local health authorities, and cooperate with efforts to quell the further spread of nCoV.

Foreign Affairs Undersecretary for strategic communications and research Ernesto Abella said the Chinese government is advising Filipinos in the affected areas who need medical assistance to go to the nearest health facility and seek proper medical care, including treatment and possible quarantine.

Romana, reported that around 30 to 50 Filipinos want to leave Wuhan City and Hubei in general. DFA spokesman Eduardo Menez also said about 50 have so far indicated to leave.

Romana said the embassy is closely coordinating with the Chinese government in monitoring the situation and the plight of around Filipinos in Hubei. He noted that so far, no Filipino has requested repatriation, but anyone who wishes to come home will be assisted. He reminded the Filipinos to consider the risks as the nCoV continues to spread in China.

The Chinese government announced on Monday that they are shipping supplies to Wuhan, to Hubei including to foreign citizens, meaning our Pinoys. The virus is believed to have originated in a wild-animal market in Wuhan City, where it jumped to humans before spreading across China as the peak travel period for Lunar New Year festivities got under way. Until Tuesday, all reported cases in more than a dozen countries had involved people who had been in or around Wuhan.

The US asked China on Tuesday to step up its cooperation with international health authorities over the epidemic. Washington has offered China assistance three times so far without success, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar told reporters. Separately, US health authorities said they were working on a vaccine, but that it would take months to develop. DOH spokesman Eric Domingo announced that the reagents and primer for nCoV had arrived from Japan and thus the Philippines would no longer rely on laboratories abroad to do confirmatory tests of suspected cases.

Domingo said the six samples that they sent to the Melbourne laboratory would be the last specimens examined abroad. A reagent is a substance used to perform a laboratory test to detect or measure the presence of other substances.

He stressed that this is part of the amendment of the interim guidelines on preparedness and response to the nCoV. BOQ director Ferdinand Salcedo said that the two Filipina workers who returned to the Philippines from Wuhan have been observing self-quarantine in a condominium. We use cookies to help give you the best browsing experience. By continuing to use this site means you agree to our use of cookies.

January 30, Sheila Crisostomo. Chinese nationals are seen outside the Bureau of Immigration in Manila yesterday. The BI has suspended the issuance of visa-upon-arrival to Chinese nationals amid the spread of the nCoV worldwide. Flying out Thousands of foreigners have been among those trapped in Wuhan, which has become a near ghost-town with car travel banned and residents staying indoors.

Testing tools from Japan DOH spokesman Eric Domingo announced that the reagents and primer for nCoV had arrived from Japan and thus the Philippines would no longer rely on laboratories abroad to do confirmatory tests of suspected cases. Latest News. Show more. Having problems seeing the article?

Sun Yang, Chinese Olympic Swimmer, Gets 8-Year Doping Ban

The Philippines still does not have a confirmed case of novel coronavirus even as one of the patients under investigation died yesterday. Hundreds of Americans and Japanese left the quarantined Wuhan City — Ground Zero of the novel coronavirus nCoV epidemic — on charter flights yesterday, as the death toll soared to and confirmed infections breached 6, The South China Morning Post reported that total cases have reached 6,, of which 6, including the deaths are in mainland China.

Sun Yang, the three-time Olympic swimming champion from China, was suspended from competition for eight years for a drug-testing violation, the Court of Arbitration for Sport ruled on Friday, a decision that will keep him out of the Tokyo Olympics this year and most likely end his career. Sun, 28, a six-time Olympic medalist and the first Chinese man to win a swimming gold medal at the Games, had been fighting a multiyear battle with the World Anti-Doping Agency to preserve his eligibility in international competition.

Chinese Man is a collective French trip hop band created in and originally from Aix-en-Provence. They are influenced by hip-hop , funk , dub, reggae and jazz. Beatmakers Leo le Bug and Le Yan also revolve around the group and participate in the composition of several pieces. Chinese Man Records label is based in Marseille , France. Chinese Man have received criticism for their name.

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May 1, - In Get Up by Chinese Man there's a sample of a song (starts about 20 seconds in). From googling the lyrics I've found the song seems to be.

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