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The Biggest Surprises And Shocks From The 2021 Emmy Awards

Last night's ceremony was the least-surprising Emmy Awards in quite some time. Of course "The Crown" swept the drama awards. Of course "Ted Lasso" (mostly) swept the comedy awards. Of course popular, hip genre shows like "The Mandalorian" and "WandaVision" didn't make a dent in the major categories. The running joke among TV fans online was that voters clearly only watched a handful of (the whitest) shows before voting.But that doesn't mean there weren't surprises. And shocks. And disappointment...
Tags: Hbo, New York, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Disney, Netflix, Williams, Paris, Broadway, Kate Winslet, Olivia Colman, Connor, Emmy, Lucasfilm, Hulu


The Rescue Review: Free Solo Directors Return With A Nail-Biting Doc About The Thai Cave Rescue [TIFF 2021]

E. Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin seem to have the market cornered on documentaries about people who do wildly dangerous, potentially deadly things. They helmed the nail-biting documentary "Free Solo," about rock climbing without any ropes or safety device. And now they're back with "The Rescue," a film that's primarily about the Tham Luang cave rescue, but is really about a group the cave divers who came in from around the world to help. Cave diving isn't a casual activity; it's incredibly diff...
Tags: Reviews, Movies, Navy, Rescue, Thailand, Belfast, Richard Harris, Kenneth Branagh, Alex Honnold, HARRIS, Chin, Stanton, Jimmy Chin, SlashFilm, Local Navy, Tham Luang Nang Non


Thai Cave Rescue Movie Will Feature The Actual Navy SEALs Recreating Their Mission

Since the Tham Luang cave rescue in 2018 (colloquially known as the "Thai cave rescue" in the Western world, because it happened in Thailand), we've heard rumblings of more than one movie based on the incident. Last year, came news that Jimmy Chin and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi, the Oscar-winning documentary filmmakers behind "Free Solo," were working on one such movie, which now goes by the title of "The Rescue."Now, more details are coming to light about Chin and Vasarhelyi's approach to making...
Tags: Movies, News, Navy, Cnn, Thailand, Paris, Clint Eastwood, Amsterdam, Joel Edgerton, Ron Howard, Chin, Jimmy Chin, SlashFilm, Greenwich Entertainment, Tham Luang, Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi


10 Things in Politics: Biden drops vaccine-mandate hammer

Welcome back to 10 Things in Politics. Sign up here to receive this newsletter. Plus, download Insider's app for news on the go - click here for iOS and here for Android. Send tips to [email protected] or tweet me at @BrentGriffiths.Here's what we're talking about:Biden announces slew of rules to combat Delta virus variantJustice Department sues Texas over its restrictive abortion lawHouse Dems release some details of $3.5 trillion spending planWith Phil Rosen. President Joe...
Tags: Florida, Texas, Supreme Court, White House, New York City, US, Trends, Qatar, Joe Biden, Cnn, Fbi, Afghanistan, Xi Jinping, Taliban, North Dakota, House


The forgotten neighborhood: how New York’s Chinatown survived 9/11 to face a new crisis

First the World Trade Center, then the pandemic – a neighborhood beset by high unemployment, shuttered businesses, xenophobia and delayed reliefBy the time the second plane appeared on 11 September 2001, Amy Chin was already running away from the World Trade Center plaza, where smoke and papers were billowing down from the north tower.“Then the sky turned orange, and it was the second plane hitting the south tower,” said Chin, then the head of a Chinese arts organization. Continue reading...
Tags: New York, Race, September 11 2001, World Trade Center, Chinatown, Chin, Coronavirus, Amy Chin


How to Look More Confident During Your Next Job Interview

With corporate offices slowly re-opening post-lockdown, we all may soon be expected to go back to interviewing the old-fashioned way—in person. Where simply wearing a shirt, looking at the webcam, and not audibly farting may have been enough to present yourself as a consummate professional in the Zoom Times, sitting…Read more...
Tags: Interview, Articles, Human Behavior, Recruitment, Body Language, Job Interview, Posture, Lifehacks, Chin, Nonverbal Communication, Mirroring, Industrial And Organizational Psychology, Academic Disciplines, Tanya Luddy, Zoom Times


Photos: I was in Afghanistan in 1996 when the Taliban first took power

Kabul, Afghanistan: October 19, 1996. Taliban police or soldiers of a mobile unit patrol near the Darulaman Palace. Alan Chin In the fall of 1996, photographer Alan Chin documented the early days of Taliban rule in Afghanistan. Now that the Taliban has returned to power, Chin revisits the trip - 25 years later - and the images he captured. See more stories on Insider's business page. In the autumn of 1996, I received an assignment from The New York Times to go to Afghanistan to cover...
Tags: London, France, US, Trends, Afghanistan, West, United States, Taliban, Pakistan, New York Times, Islam, Kabul, Red Cross, Chechnya, Tajikistan, Bosnia


‘A.P. Bio’ Season 4 Adds Bruce Campbell, Bruce Campbell’s Chin

Everyone start shutting up now, because the King is coming to Ohio — that’s right, baby, Bruce Campbell is guest-starring on A.P. Bio.  The Evil Dead franchise star is joining the fourth season of the Peacock streaming comedy, along with his charming, chiseled chin. A Whole Pack of Daddy Issues According to Deadline, Campbell will guest star as John Griffin, father of Glenn Howerton‘s character Jack Griffin. Jack’s father has been absent most of his life, but now John has had a spiritua...
Tags: TV, Movies, News, Nbc, Harvard, Starz, Ohio, John, Jack, Bio, Patton Oswalt, Bruce Campbell, Paula Pell, Campbell, Chin, Toledo Ohio


Made Men: A photo tour of the most notorious sites of New York Mafia history - and what they look like now

Skyway Park, which is being constructed at what was formerly the PJP Landfill Superfund site, in February 2021. Andrew Lichtenstein for Insider From Sparks Steak House, to the landfill where bodies were known to be dumped, the streets of New York are steeped in mob history. A photographer visited some of the most notorious New York Mafia sites to see how they have survived the passage of time. See more stories on Insider's business page. Many of America's most infamous gangster...
Tags: New York, Murder, Crime, News, Mississippi, New York City, US, America, Trends, History, Fbi, Brooklyn, United States, Bob Dylan, Scarpa, New York Times


Kask Valegro Helmet Review

If there’s one thing that Kask has dialed, it’s comfort. After testing the Mojito 3 and now the Valegro, I’m convinced that if comfort is what you seek in a road helmet, you’ll likely find it in a Kask. Add in a healthy dose of ventilation on this featherweight lid and it remains an excellent choice for summer heat. Kask Valegro Helmet Features: 37 vents for maximum cooling Wind tunnel tested for maximum cooling Fast wicking padding Octo Fit system Removable brow pad for additional ventilation ...
Tags: Utah, Sport, Cycling, Oklahoma, Helmets, Ineos, Chin, Valegro, Koo, Gear Reviews, KASK, Mojito, Road Biking, Kask Valegro, Kask Valegro Helmet Review, Kask Valegro Helmet Features


Vincent Chin Limited Series in Development at Participant, With Support of His Estate

There’s another limited series in the works about the 1982 murder of Vincent Chin, an event that catalyzed a national civil rights movement for Asian Americans, this one from Participant. Participant announced that it is developing and producing a new limited scripted series inspired by the true story of Chin, a Chinese American who was […]
Tags: News, Chin, Vincent Chin, Helen Zia, Participant


The Herschel Walker Workout

With our archives now 3,500+ articles deep, we’ve decided to republish a classic piece each Sunday to help our newer readers discover some of the best, evergreen gems from the past. This article was originally published in July 2016. As a boy I followed the Dallas Cowboys, and one of the players I really admired was Herschel Walker. He was a beast, but the guy could move like nothing else. A few years ago I read somewhere that Walker’s legendary, granite-like physique was built not by lifting w...
Tags: Featured, Fitness, Life, NFL, Georgia, Dallas Cowboys, Exercises, MMA, Crossfit, Health & Fitness, University Of Georgia, Chin, Walker, Bulldogs, Herschel, Herschel Walker


Vincent Chin Podcast Pulled After Complaints From Family

A podcast dramatizing the 1982 murder of Vincent Chin, a Chinese American engineer, has been removed from audio platforms by producers — after Chin’s family members and an activist involved in the case said they were not consulted about the project. The “Hold Still, Vincent” podcast, whose producers included Gemma Chan (“Eternals,” “Crazy Rich Asians”), […]
Tags: News, Vincent, Chin, Gemma Chan, Vincent Chin, Qcode, Vincent Chin Podcast


‘Pray for Myanmar’: Miss Universe pageant gets political

Thuzar Wint Lwin, in dress of besieged Chin minority, highlights brutal repression since coup in Myanmar In the months leading up to the Miss Universe pageant, most contestants were busy making promotional films and rehearsing for their moment in the limelight. Thuzar Wint Lwin of Myanmar was on the streets of Yangon, protesting against the country’s brutal army.As the military used increasingly deadly force to crush rallies opposing its February coup, she visited the relatives of those who had ...
Tags: Fashion, Human Rights, Singapore, Women, Americas, Life and style, World news, Asia Pacific, South and Central Asia, Beauty, LGBT rights, Global development, Myanmar, Uruguay, Yangon, Chin


M1 iMac Reviews: Impressively Fast With Long-Awaited Redesign

The embargo has lifted on reviews of Apple's new 24-inch iMac, powered by the same M1 chip that debuted in the 13-inch MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and Mac mini last year. We've gathered up impressions of the colorful new computer below. The most striking aspect of the new iMac is its long-awaited redesign, with an ultra-thin 11.5mm chassis that comes in up to seven vibrant colors, including green, yellow, orange, pink, purple, blue, and silver. The Verge's Monica Chin said the new colors have g...
Tags: Reviews, Apple, Featured, Apple Store, Wall Street Journal, iMac, Vesa, Intel Core, Engadget, Joanna Stern, Chin, Dave Lee, Dan Ackerman, Samuel Gibbs, MacBook Pro MacBook Air, Jason Snell


Myanmar Junta Attacks Western Town That Resisted Coup

The U.S. and British embassies in Myanmar have expressed concern about reports of fierce government attacks on a town in a western Chin state, where the ruling junta declared martial law because of armed resistance to military rule.
Tags: Myanmar, Chin, Myanmar Junta Attacks Western Town


Bernie Madoff, Wall Street financier and Ponzi scheme organizer, has died at age 82

Financier Bernard Madoff arrives at Manhattan Federal court on March 12, 2009 in New York City. Madoff is scheduled to enter a guilty plea on 11 felony counts which under federal law can result in a sentence of about 150 years. Stephen Chernin/Getty Images Bernie Madoff, the Wall Street financier-turned-Ponzi scheme kingpin, has died of natural causes, aged 82, the Associated Press reported Wednesday.He is survived by his wife, Ruth Madoff.Born in New York City in 1938, Madoff founded a sto...
Tags: New York, News, Finance, Wall Street, New York City, US, Trends, Markets, Fraud, Speed, Obituaries, Manhattan, Obituary, SEC, Ponzi Scheme, Associated Press


Ponzi schemer Bernie Madoff dies in prison at 82

By MICHAEL BALSAMO and TOM HAYS | The Associated Press NEW YORK  — Bernie Madoff, the financier who pleaded guilty to orchestrating a massive Ponzi scheme, died in a federal prison early Wednesday, a person familiar with the matter told The Associated Press. He was 82. Madoff died at the Federal Medical Center in Butner, North Carolina, apparently from natural causes, the person said. The person was not authorized to speak publicly and spoke to the AP on the condition of anonymity. Last year, Ma...
Tags: Business, Florida, New York, News, France, Sport, Ap, Fbi, Soccer, Obituaries, Queens, Manhattan, Obituary, Kevin Bacon, SEC, Ibm


Infamous Ponzi schemer Bernie Madoff dies in prison after spending his final dozen years behind bars

As reported in this Fox Business piece, headlined "Bernie Madoff, mastermind of vast Ponzi scheme, dies in federal prison at age 82," an infamous white-collar offender passed away behind bars today.  Here are the basics: Bernie Madoff, the notorious architect of the biggest investment fraud in U.S. history, has died at age 82. Madoff was serving a 150-year sentence at the federal medical care center in Butner, North Carolina, where his attorney said he was being treated for terminal kidney fail...
Tags: Law, Kevin Bacon, The Washington Post, Steven Spielberg, Fox Business, Madoff, Andrew, Chin, Bernie Madoff, Nasdaq Stock Market, Ruth Madoff, Douglas A Berman, Butner North Carolina, Denny Chin, Mark Madoff, Elie Weisel


Credit Suisse will absorb a $4.7 writedown in the wake of the Archegos blow-up - and says several top executives are leaving

Reuters Credit Suisse disclosed a $4.7 billion hit on Tuesday after the Archegos Capital meltdown.Investment bank CEO Brian Chin and risk boss Lara Warner are leaving the bank in April.The European lender has proposed a dividend cut and waived bonuses for the 2020 financial year.Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell.Credit Suisse warned on Tuesday it expects to suffer a $4.7 billion charge to its first-quarter profits following the failure of a US-based h...
Tags: Finance, US, Trends, Markets, Credit Suisse, Tencent, Warner, Baidu, Hedge Fund, Losses, Departures, Chin, Nomura, The Board of Directors, Dividend Cut, Reuters Credit Suisse


Credit Suisse will absorb a $4.7 billion writedown in the wake of the Archegos blow-up - and says several top executives are leaving

Reuters Credit Suisse disclosed a $4.7 billion hit on Tuesday after the Archegos Capital meltdown.Investment bank CEO Brian Chin and risk boss Lara Warner are leaving the bank in April.The European lender has proposed a dividend cut and waived bonuses for the 2020 financial year.Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell.Credit Suisse warned on Tuesday it expects to suffer a $4.7 billion charge to its first-quarter profits following the failure of a US-based h...
Tags: Finance, US, Trends, Markets, Credit Suisse, Tencent, Warner, Baidu, Hedge Fund, Losses, Departures, Chin, Nomura, The Board of Directors, Dividend Cut, Reuters Credit Suisse


Credit Suisse warns of a $4.6 billion charge after Archegos blow-up - and says several top executives are leaving

Reuters Credit Suisse disclosed a $4.6 billion hit on Tuesday after the Archegos Capital meltdown.Investment bank CEO Brian Chin and risk boss Lara Warner are leaving the bank in April.The European lender has proposed a dividend cut and waived bonuses for the 2020 financial year.Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell.Credit Suisse warned on Tuesday it expects to suffer a $4.6 billion charge to its first-quarter profits following the failure of a US-based h...
Tags: US, Trends, Credit Suisse, Tencent, Warner, Baidu, Chin, Nomura, The Board of Directors, Reuters Credit Suisse, Brian Chin, Urs Rohner, Goldman Sachs Credit Suisse, Anthony Abenante, Christian Meissner, Lara Warner


For VC Hans Tung, the personal becomes public in a growing campaign to ‘stop Asian hate’

Longtime venture capitalist Hans Tung is a big guy. His size might just be lifesaving. A first-generation Taiwanese-American who came to the U.S. and to L.A. specifically in 1984, it was a fraught time for the then 14-year-old. Two years earlier, a 27-year-old, Chinese-American draftsman named Vincent Chin was beaten to death in Detroit by a Chrysler plant supervisor and his stepson, a laid-off autoworker, who reportedly believed that Chin was of Japanese descent and were angry over the growing ...
Tags: TC, Japan, New York, Nbc, California, China, Boston, San Francisco, Tech, Venture Capital, Chrysler, Oakland, Naacp, Detroit, Black Lives Matter, Lightspeed Venture Partners


The 10 most valuable passports money can buy if you want access to a country that handled the COVID-19 pandemic effectively

New Zealand, which has been lauded for its pandemic response, ranked second overall. Xinhua/Guo Lei via Getty Images The ultrawealthy have been buying up second passports during the pandemic. A new report ranks the countries with citizenship-by-investment programs that have handled COVID-19 most effectively. Canada, New Zealand, and Australia topped the list. See more stories on Insider's business page. The wealthy have been snapping up second passports during the coronavirus pande...
Tags: Travel, Hong Kong, London, Australia, Washington, Singapore, US, Trends, Features, Rome, Austria, Canada, United Kingdom, Italy, New Zealand, Switzerland


‘Who Killed Vincent Chin?’ And How Media Depictions Of Asians Have (Or Haven’t) Changed

The Oscar-nominated 1989 film about Chin's murder was a turning point for Asian American civil rights activism.
Tags: News, Chin, Vincent Chin


Nat Geo Thai Cave Rescue Documentary Will Be Helmed By ‘Free Solo’ Directors

Nat Geo has brought in Free Solo directors E. Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin to take over an upcoming Thai cave rescue documentary about the 2018 rescue of a boys soccer team that became trapped inside a flooded cave in Thailand. One Day in September filmmaker Kevin Macdonald had originally been attached to direct the doc, but Macdonald has left the project due to timing issues. The Wrap is reporting that Nat Geo has brought in Free Solo fiilmmakers E. Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin to handl...
Tags: Documentary, True Story, E. Chai Vasarhelyi, Jimmy Chin, Thai Cave Rescue Docuseries


Zimbabwe journalist Hopewell Chin'ono arrested for third time in six months

Chin’ono tweeted that police had taken him from his home, charged with ‘communicating falsehoods’Police in Zimbabwe have arrested the prominent journalist Hopewell Chin‘ono, for the third time in six months, his lawyer said.Doug Coltart said he was en route to the police station to confirm the charges against his client. Continue reading...
Tags: Media, Africa, World news, Zimbabwe, Journalist safety, Chin, Doug Coltart, Hopewell Chin, Hopewell Chin ono


Zimbabwe journalist Hopewell Chin'ono arrested again

Anti-corruption campaigner detained for allegedly breaking bail conditionsHopewell Chin’ono, the Zimbabwean journalist and anti-corruption campaigner has has been rearrested for allegedly breaking bail conditions.Police and officials took Chin’ono from his home in the capital, Harare, on Tuesday evening. Continue reading...
Tags: Human Rights, Africa, World news, Zimbabwe, Harare, Chin, Hopewell Chin ono


Exclusive ‘Over the Moon’ Clip: Meet Chin and His Pet Frog Croak

No one is over the moon to meet their new step-brother, least of all when his pet frog is leaping all over the kitchen. But the super enthusiastic Chin at least has a “superpower” or two to keep things interesting. In Over the Moon, 13-year-old Fei Fei (Cathy Ang) is having trouble adjusting to her father’s new relationship when her potential step-brother Chin introduces himself and his frog to her in an exclusive clip we’re debuting at /Film. See the exclusive Over the Moon clip below. Ove...
Tags: Animation, Family Films, Fantasy, Netflix, Video Clips, Over the Moon


Journalist Hopewell Chin’ono speaks out over brutal Zimbabwe prison conditions

The recently freed documentary maker says jails are inhumane, overcrowded and present a massive coronavirus riskZimbabwean journalist Hopewell Chin’ono, jailed for 45 days and charged with inciting violence, has spoken of the appalling abuse and prison conditions he witnessed.Chin’ono, a prominent documentary maker who was released on bail last month, said he saw inmates at Chikurubi high security prison assaulted by guards for minor offences. Continue reading...
Tags: Zimbabwe, Chin, Chikurubi, Hopewell Chin