Rudi Ying

Ying Rudi pro football socks, also known as Rudi Ying (simplified Chinese: 英如镝; traditional Chinese: 英如鏑; pinyin: Yīng Rúdí; born August 16, 1998) is a Chinese professional ice hockey player currently with HC Kunlun Red Star of the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL). Born in China, Ying first played hockey in Beijing, moving to the United States at a young age to further his career. He returned to Beijing in 2016, becoming the first Chinese-born player to play in the KHL. Internationally he has represented China at both the junior and senior levels. Ying is also the grandson of actor Ying Ruocheng.

Ying played youth hockey in China for the Beijing Cubs of the Beijing Youth Hockey League (BYHL) before moving to the Chicago Mission of the High Performance Hockey League (HPHL), at age 9. Ying joined the Boston Junior Bruins U18 team in the Eastern Junior Elite Prospects League for the 2012–13 season, before transferring to play for the junior varsity team of Phillips Exeter Academy.

After two years at Exeter, Ying signed with the Toronto Patriots of the Ontario Junior Hockey League (OJHL), where he played for the remainder of the 2015–16 season.

On August 16, 2016, Ying signed a two-year contract with HC Kunlun Red Star of the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL). He was the first Chinese-born player to play in either the KHL or the National Hockey League (NHL).

Ying represented China as a 15-year-old at the 2014 IIHF World U18 Championship Division II. The youngest player on the team, Ying recorded seven points (five goals and two assists) in five games, the most out of any Chinese player at the tournament. He was named to the U18 Division II-B All Star Team.

Ying played for China again in 2015, where he again led the team in points, with seven (six goals and one assist). He was named the best player for Team China. In 2016, Ying captained his team at the same tournament where he tallied three points (two goals and one assist) in four games.

In 2017, Ying captained the Chinese U20 National Team at the 2017 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships, where his team won second place. Despite China’s loss in the finals, Ying gave a dominant individual performance, leading the tournament with an astonishing 19 points (9 goals and 10 assists) in 5 games underwater phone case. He was awarded Best Forward of the Tournament, Best Player of Team China, as well as 2 Best Player of the Game awards.

Ying also participated at the 2017 Men’s World Ice Hockey Championships.

Ying was born in Beijing to a prominent family water in bottle. His father, Ying Da, is a television director and actor, while his mother, Huan Liang, is a writer. Ying’s grandfather was Ying Ruocheng, who served as the Chinese Vice-Minister of Culture and was a prominent director and actor. Ying first began to play hockey at a mall in Beijing, skating while his mother would shop. His parents decided to send him to the United States when he was nine in order to further is career. Initially Ying lived in Chicago, but later moved to the Boston area, where he entered Phillips Exeter Academy soccer socks cheap, a prep school known for its hockey program.

IB affair

IB was a secret Swedish intelligence agency within the Swedish Armed Forces. Its two main purposes were to handle liaison with foreign intelligence agencies and to gather information about communists and other individuals who were perceived to be a threat to the nation. The exposure of the IB operations came to be known as the IB affair (IB-affären).

The meaning of the name IB is not known with certainty. It is often said to be an abbreviation of either Informationsbyrån (The Information Office, Information Bureau) or Insamling Birger ([Information-]Gathering Birger, after its director Birger Elmér). This is, however, speculation, and neither name was in general use within the organization.

The key persons leading to the exposure of the IB were journalists Jan Guillou and Peter Bratt and their original main source Håkan Isacson. The two reporters revealed their findings in the leftist magazine Folket i Bild/Kulturfront on 3 May 1973. The story was immediately picked up by many leading Swedish dailies. Their revelations were that:

In the following issues of Folket i Bild/Kulturfront the two uncovered further activities of IB and interviewed a man who had infiltrated the Swedish movement supporting the FNL, Vietnamese National Front for the Liberation of South Vietnam – at this time the FNL support network was a backbone of the radical opinion – and among other things, visited Palestinian guerilla camps in Jordan. The man worked for IB and had composed reports that, it was surmised, IB later passed on to the Israeli security services which resulted in the camps being bombed. The man, Gunnar Ekberg, claimed in his interview to have broken with IB, but in fact was still working for the organization. This was exposed in the following editions of FiB/Kulturfront, but by that time, Ekberg had gone underground. Swedish authorities claimed they were unable to locate him to stand trial. In 2009, he released an autobiography of his years in IB, attacking Guillou in particular for having misrepresented facts, been involved with Palestinian militant groups (particularly the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine and Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine), and worked for the KGB; and alleging widespread terrorist ties to the groups and persons monitored by IB. He also confirmed that he had been transferred from IB to the Mossad, an Israeli intelligence agency, immediately prior to his exposure.

Guillou had opened the first article by accusing the director of IB of murder on these grounds. The same issue exposed a Swedish naval captain who had passed reports about the harbor security of Alexandria (implying, again, that IB were exchanging information with the Israelis); also the story of a woman who had, on the orders of IB, spied out potential bombing targets in Egypt.

The magazine had information from a previous employee of IB, Håkan Isacsson, who claimed that IB had broken into the offices of two political organizations: the FNL Groups, a pro-North Vietnamese organization, and the Communist Party of Sweden, a Maoist political party. This concerned a Jordanian citizen and a stateless citizen pro football socks. A wiretap was installed in the latter case. After this uncovering, the defense minister did admit that IB engaged in espionage outside of Sweden and infiltrated organizations within Sweden, including wiretaps.

Evidence was put forth in 1974 that IB had built up a large network of agents in Finland, which included the Finnish foreign minister Väinö Leskinen. This network’s main mission was to gather information regarding the Soviet Union. IB had no contacts with the Finnish Security Intelligence Service, since it was believed to have been infiltrated by Soviet agents.

In November 1973, Prime Minister Olof Palme denied any link between IB and the Social Democrats. However, according to the memoir of ex-security service chief P.G. Vinge, Birger Elmér had regular contact with Palme and made his reports regularly to the Social Democratic Party secretary, Sven Andersson.

Defence minister Sven Andersson denied that Sweden had spies abroad. He also denied that IB was involved in burglaries and documenting citizens’ political opinions.

Jan Guillou, Peter Bratt, Håkan Isacson and the photographer Ove Holmqvist were arrested 22 October 1973 by the Swedish Security Service on suspicion of espionage. On 4 January 1974 each was sentenced to 1 year in prison. Bratt and Guillou were both convicted of espionage; Isacson was convicted of espionage and accessory to espionage. After an appeal, Guillou’s sentence was lessened to 10 months. The Swedish Supreme Court would not consider the case.

The Parliamentary Ombudsman investigated the IB organisation but came to the conclusion that they had not broken any laws how to make your beef tender. Concerning the break-ins to the leftists’ organization, the Ombudsman stated that since the personnel of IB had entered the premises using a key or a lock-pick and had not stolen anything it could not be considered a crime.

In 2002 an extensive public report, named Rikets säkerhet och den personliga integriteten (Security of the Realm and personal integrity), was published on the operations of IB. This report clarified the details of the case, but it did not have any legal impact.

To date, no member of IB has ever been indicted, nor has any politician or government official, despite the revelation of widespread extra-constitutional and criminal activity.

Outfoxed – Rupert Murdochs TV-kanal

Outfoxed – Rupert Murdochs TV-kanal (originaltittel: Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch’s War on Journalism) er en amerikansk dokumentarfilm fra 2004 som retter et kritisk søkelys på medianmagnaten Rupert Murdoch og den høyrevridde nyhetskanalen Fox News. Filmen er regissert og produsert av Robert Greenwald.

Filmen ble vist på NRK1 den 7. desember 2004 i programserien Utsyn red and football socks.

I denne dokumentaren undersøker Robert Greenwald hvordan medieselskaper som Rupert Murdochs Fox News har brakt fjernsynsjournalistikken ned på det han karakteriserer som et absolutt lavmål jerseys cheap. En rekke produsenter pro football socks, reportere og tekstforfattere som tidligere arbeidet for Fox News forteller i programmet om hvordan det var å jobbe der. Bl.a. avslører de at de ble bedt om å finne en høyre-vinkling for framstillingen av nyhetene eller å søke arbeid annet sted.

Filmen gir innsikt i de journalistiske kriteriene som gjelder for det amerikanske Fox News, eid av Rupert Murdochs amerikanske selskap News Corporation. Dokumentaren peker på farene som oppstår når dette og lignende massemedieselskaper er gitt lov å ese ut over alle grenser og ta kontroll over publikums muligheter til innsikt. Videre eksponerer dokumentaren Murdochs medie-imperium og viser i hvilken grad det virker inn på samfunnet at én person har kontroll over et så vidt spekter av massemedia.

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