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Catching coronavirus gives 83% protection against reinfection for up to 5 months, a study suggests - but you could still spread the virus

A CVS pharmacist gives the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to a resident at the Emerald Court senior living community in Anaheim, California. Paul Bersebach/MediaNews Group/Orange County Register via Getty Images Catching coronavirus gives you about 83% protection from reinfection for up to five months, a large preliminary UK study suggests. This is comparable to the protection offered by vaccines. Work is ongoing to find out how long immunity lasts, whether vaccines work in people previo...
Tags: Health, UK, England, Trends, Healthcare, National Health Service, Pfizer, Public Health England, Young, Cvs, Hopkins, Tang, Eleanor Riley, Warwick Medical School, Moderna, Lawrence Young


2H 2020 Quick Links, Part 2 (Section 230)

* Griffin v. Google, 2020 WL 6781624 (S.D. Ga. Nov. 18, 2020). “Plaintiff only alleges these Defendants failed to screen to make sure their users were legal entities without providing any other basis for liability….Aside from some very limited exceptions, which are not applicable here, internet companies, including social media companies, are generally immune from suit for content posted on their platforms by third parties under the Communications Decency Act. 47 U.S.C. § 230; Almeida v. Amazon...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Law, Congress, Court, Bird, Yelp, Griffin, Usc, Almeida, Barrett, Facebook Inc, LLC, Cross, Amazon com Inc, Yelp Inc


Infrastructure report: NZ playing infrastructure catch-up after decades of under-investment

Van Tang wants us to rethink infrastructure and the role it plays in our society.Tang is the New Zealand and Pacific regional general manager for GHD, an international professional services company in the infrastructure sector.To... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, New Zealand, Nz, Tang, Van Tang


Ford just unveiled its $45,000 all-electric Transit van it says will be 40% cheaper to maintain than the gas-powered one

The 2022 Ford E Transit. Ford Ford has unveiled its latest electric vehicle, the 2022 E-Transit van for a targeted price of $45,000. The E-Transit will be available as cargo, cutaway, or chassis cab versions, and will have three different height and body length options. The electrified vans will be built at Ford's Kansas City Assembly Plant in Missouri and will be available late 2021. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Ford has unveiled its first fully electric Ford Transi...
Tags: Transportation, Electric Vehicle, Trends, Missouri, Ford, Ford Transit, Cargo Van, Tang, Kansas City Assembly Plant, Hau, Jim Farley, Ford North America, Brittany Chang, Ted Cannis, E Transit, 2022 Ford E-Transit


Two weeks left to score early bird savings at TC Sessions: Space 2020

NASA just made history by landing a spacecraft on an asteroid. If that kind of technical achievement carbonates your glass of Tang, join us on December 16-17 for TC Sessions: Space 2020, an event dedicated to early-stage space startups. We’ve launched early-bird pricing, and $125 buys you access to all live sessions, plus video on demand. Don’t procrastinate. Buy your pass now before the early-bird reenters Earth’s atmosphere (and prices go up) on November 13 at 11:59 p.m. (PT). More ways to sav...
Tags: Startups, Tech, Nasa, Earth, Thompson, Tang, Lockheed Martin Ventures, Space Force, Lockheed Martin Space, TC Sessions Space 2020, Aerospace Corporation the U S Air Force, Asteroid Rocks, Moon Landings Lisa Callahan, Moon Sourcing Tech, Meagan Crawford, Christopher Moran


The best kitchen knives

Sharp knives of different shapes and sizes are essential tools for cooks.Having the right type of knife — a chef's, paring, or utility knife, for example — makes it easier to tackle specific culinary tasks.For excellent quality and performance, we recommend the sturdy German-made Wüsthof Classic 8-inch Cook's Knife. It makes light work of chopping, slicing, dicing, mincing, and more.See also: The best knife sets you can buy.Sign up for Insider Reviews' weekly newsletter for more buying advice an...
Tags: Reviews, Amazon, Japan, Cook, Trends, Spain, Knife, Buying Guide, HRC, Damascus, Dexter, Don, Rockwell, Tang, Victorinox, Victorinox Swiss Army


How this NYC restaurant makes 20,000 dumplings a week

Before the pandemic, the Nom Wah Tea Parlor had two-hour wait times and lines out the door. But come March, the oldest dim sum restaurant in NYC's Chinatown lost 80% of its business. To save the restaurant, owner Wilson Tang and operations manager Barbara Leung launched a line of frozen dumplings that can be delivered all over the country.  But even with frozen dumpling sales, take out, outdoor dining, and the new meal kits, like many NYC restaurants, Nom Wah is still operating at a loss. Visit...
Tags: New York City, Trends, Chinatown, Wilson, Leung, Barbara, Tang, Nolita, Nom Wah Tea Parlor, Wilson Tang, Nom Wah, Goldbelly, Barbara Leung, Abby Narishkin Steve Cameron Michelle Yan


How the most successful submarine in US Navy history ended up sinking itself

US Navy submarine USS Tang off the Mare Island Navy Yard in California, December 2, 1943. US Navy By October 1944, the USS Tang had racked up the best record of any US Navy submarine, sinking Japanese ships across the Pacific. But the Tang's run came to an end in clash with a Japanese convoy — not from a Japanese weapon, but from the sub's own errant torpedo. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. On the night of October 24, 1944, US Navy submarine USS Tang was in the Taiwan S...
Tags: Japan, California, US, International, Trends, World War Ii, Pacific, Pearl Harbor, US Navy, Honshu, Kane, Caroline, Taiwan Strait, Tang, Mariana, U.S. Navy


Beijing has threatened to arrest Americans in China if the US doesn't stop persecuting Chinese scholars

Kyodo News Stills via Getty Images Beijing has reportedly threatened to arrest Americans in China amid growing tensions between the countries. Beijing says the US is unfairly detaining Chinese academics and has threatened to retaliate on numerous occasions, according to a report. Earlier this year, the US Department of Justice arrested four Chinese researchers who it accused of hiding affiliations with the People's Liberation Army in their visa applications. The US State Department is adv...
Tags: Politics, California, White House, China, US, Trends, Fbi, Beijing, Wall Street Journal, Trump, US Department of Justice, US State Department, Tang, People s Liberation Army, Adam Payne, Juan Tang


Fluid Jurisdictions and Solid Perpetuities: A Review By Leilah Vevaina

Editors’ Note: Continuing HistPhil‘s forum on waqfs, Leilah Vevaina reviews Nurfadzilah Yahaya’s Fluid Jurisdictions (2020), while discussing her own research on religious endowments in India and the Straits Settlements. Vevaina writes: “This axis of what colonial authorities recognized as public, and hence, as charitable giving, versus familial hence private giving, was the key evaluator of why endowments for ancestor worship ceremonies within the Straits settlements and Hong Kong were void, wh...
Tags: Hong Kong, Books, New York, London, Supreme Court, Life, Southeast Asia, India, Cambridge, Mumbai, British Empire, Bombay, South East, Chung, Straits, Strait


Park Chan-wook’s Next Movie, ‘Decision to Leave,’ Starts Shooting This Month

Park Chan-wook is getting started on his first feature film in four years. The celebrated Korean auteur behind Oldboy and The Handmaiden is starting production on his next film, Decision to Leave, which is set to star Park Hye-il (The Host) as a detective who begins to suspect and fall for the widow of a murder victim (Tang Wei, Lust, Caution). Variety reports that Park Chan-wook is due to start filming Decision to Leave later this month. Produced by Moho Film and backed by CJ Entertainment,...
Tags: Movies, Romance, Park, John Le Carre, Alfred Hitchcock, Academy, Tang, Bong Joon, Mystery/Suspense, AMC BBC, Park Chan-wook, Foreign Language, Tang Wei, Florence Pugh, Park Yong, Decision to Leave


Drivers at Google's self-driving sister firm Waymo and Cruise reportedly don't feel safe working amid severe California wildfires and the pandemic

A Cruise vehicle in San Francisco in May 2019. Andrej Sokolow/picture alliance via Getty Images Back-up drivers with Google's sister firm Waymo and General Motors' self-driving arm Cruise say they feel unsafe working during the pandemic and the wildfires raging in California, The Verge reports. Drivers told the outlet that they feel "expendable and vulnerable" as the contracting firms that employ them direct them to go to work, while their corporate colleagues are able to work remotely in ...
Tags: Google, Transportation, California, San Francisco, Trends, General Motors, Cruise, Self-driving Car, Alphabet, Business Insider, Bay Area, San Francisco California, Tang, Tech Insider, Waymo, Transdev North America


Luxury hotels are launching 'workation' packages to lure in travelers who can work remotely. We checked out 3 hotels in LA to see how their amenities stack up — here's what we found.

The lobby at the Viceroy Santa Monica. Molly O'Brien As companies opt to have employees work from home through at least the end of 2020, some workers are starting to indulge "workation" packages at hotels. They can stay just for the day — or overnight — and enjoy new surroundings, like poolside cabanas with outlets. Freelance writer Molly O'Brien visited three hotels in Los Angeles to check out their "workation" packages. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Across the U...
Tags: Work From Home, Hollywood, Life, La, Los Angeles, Trends, Chicago, United States, Pacific Ocean, Luxury Hotels, Staycation, Santa Monica, Tropicana, Downtown Los Angeles, Hollywood Boulevard, Tang


What’s the risk of catching coronavirus on a plane?

By Noah Y. Kim | Kaiser Health News Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis tried to alleviate fears of flying during the pandemic at an event with airline and rental car executives.”The airplanes have just not been vectors when you see spread of the coronavirus,” DeSantis said during a discussion at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on Aug. 28. “The evidence is the evidence. And I think it’s something that is safe for people to do.” Is the evidence really so clear? DeSantis’ claim that airplane...
Tags: Business, Florida, England, London, News, Cdc, China, Singapore, America, Sport, Cnn, Soccer, Harvard University, Airplanes, Airlines, Hangzhou


Judge Grants Bail For Former UC Davis Researcher And Chinese Scientist Juan Tang

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Tags: Crime, News, China, Local, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Fbi, United States, UC Davis, Justice Department, Tang, Department of Radiation Oncology, People 's Liberation Army, Visa Fraud, Juan Tang, Alexandra Negin


Judge Grants Pretrial Release Of Former UC Davis Researcher And Chinese Scientist Juan Tang

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A judge granted a motion Friday for the pretrial release of Juan Tang, a Chinese scientist and former UC Davis researcher who was indicted for visa fraud and making false statements to the FBI, according to officials. Tang has been ordered to stay at a third party’s residence and is not allowed to leave. Authorities said Tang will be monitored by phone and videoconferencing and not by electric monitor due to the coronavirus. Tang was arraigned on Aug. 10 and faces a maximum ...
Tags: Crime, News, China, Local, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Fbi, United States, UC Davis, Justice Department, Tang, Department of Radiation Oncology, People 's Liberation Army, Visa Fraud, Juan Tang, Alexandra Negin


The best kitchen knives you can buy

Sharp knives of different shapes and sizes are essential tools for cooks.Having the right type of knife — a chef's, paring, or utility knife, for example — makes it easier to tackle specific culinary tasks.For excellent quality and performance, we recommend the sturdy German-made Wüsthof Classic 8-inch Cook's Knife. It makes light work of chopping, slicing, dicing, mincing, and more.See also: The best knife sets you can buy.Although the assortment of knives on the market is overwhelming, there a...
Tags: Reviews, Amazon, Japan, Cook, Trends, Spain, Knife, Buying Guide, HRC, Damascus, Dexter, Don, Rockwell, Tang, Victorinox, Victorinox Swiss Army


POWER PLAYERS: Meet the 11 top executives helping DoorDash CEO Tony Xu navigate the coronavirus crisis and prepare the $16 billion company for a possible IPO

DoorDash has 12 members of its Management Team, which are its top executives, including CEO Tony Xu. While the company has announced various members of that team over the years, it has never publicly compiled a list of them; Business Insider is publishing that list for the first time. The executive team has decades of tech-industry experience, helping manage companies ranging from Amazon to Uber; one member worked in the White House, while another has been dubbed the godfather of Google's AdSe...
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Federal Grand Jury Returns Charges Against Chinese Scientist, Former UC Davis Researcher Juan Tang

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A federal grand jury returned a two-count indictment against Chinese scientist and former UC Davis researcher Juan Tang Thursday. Juan Tang (U.S. Attorney’s Office) Tang is charged with visa fraud and making false statements to the FBI. She is set to be arraigned next week. According to court documents, Tang allegedly made false statements about her military service during her application to obtain a non-immigrant J-1 visa. She’s also accused of making false statements ab...
Tags: News, China, Local, Sacramento, Fbi, United States, Sacramento County, UC Davis, Justice Department, Tang, Department of Radiation Oncology, People 's Liberation Army, Juan Tang, Alexandra Negin


Chinese Scientist, Former UC Davis Researcher Juan Tang Arrested After Seeking Medical Care

SAN FRANCISCO (AP/CBS13) — A Chinese scientist and former UC Davis researcher charged with visa fraud after U.S. authorities said she concealed her military ties was arrested after she left the Chinese consulate in San Francisco to seek medical care for her asthma, court documents showed. Juan Tang, who has a doctorate in cellular biology, entered the United States on Dec. 27, 2019, to work at the University of California, Davis as a visiting researcher in the Department of Radiation Oncology, A...
Tags: News, China, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, San Francisco, Ap, Fbi, United States, Sacramento County, Davis, UC Davis, PLA, Justice Department, University of California Davis, Tang


U.S. should stay fair but firm on China relations

Even paranoids, as the saying goes, have enemies. That’s why it’s important that even amid mostly November election-oriented political posturing about China from the White House, it doesn’t mean that remaining vigilant when dealing with this nation’s geopolitical frenemy isn’t critical. A case in point was here in California. When Chinese national Juan Tang applied for a United States visa last October after being offered a position as an oncological researcher at UC Davis, she declared that she...
Tags: California, Opinion, White House, China, Uncategorized, Sport, Soccer, United States, New Zealand, Pacific Rim, UC Davis, South China Sea, Tang, UC Irvine, U S U K, Juan Tang


Chinese scientist charged with visa fraud appears in court

A Chinese scientist charged with visa fraud after authorities said she concealed her military ties to China in order to work in the U.S. made her first appearance Monday in federal court by video. Juan Tang, 37, was appointed a federal public defender and U.S. Magistrate Judge Deborah Barnes ordered Tang to remain in custody, saying she is a flight risk, while her attorney prepares an argument to allow her release on bail. The Justice Department last week announced charges against Tang and thr...
Tags: News, China, Justice Department, Tang, Deborah Barnes, Juan Tang


Former UC Davis Researcher Juan Tang Appears In Court

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A Chinese scientist charged with visa fraud after authorities said she concealed her military ties to China in order to work in the U.S. made her first appearance Monday in federal court by video. Juan Tang, 37, was appointed a federal public defender and U.S. Magistrate Judge Deborah Barnes ordered Tang to remain in custody, saying she is a flight risk, while her attorney prepares an argument to allow her release on bail. The Justice Department last week announced char...
Tags: Crime, News, China, Local, Sacramento, San Francisco, Fbi, UC Davis, Justice Department, University of California Davis, Sacramento Calif, Tang, Sacramento County Jail, People 's Liberation Army, The University of California Davis, Deborah Barnes


Former UC Davis Researcher Juan Tang To Appear Before Judge For Visa Fraud

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A former UC Davis researcher from China is scheduled to appear before a judge on Monday after she was arrested last week on visa fraud charges. The Justice Department on Thursday announced charges against Juan Tang and three other scientists living in the U.S., saying they lied about their status as members of China’s People’s Liberation Army. All were charged with visa fraud. Juan Tang (U.S. Attorney’s Office) Tang was the last of the four to be arrested after the justice...
Tags: News, China, US, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, San Francisco, Fbi, UC Davis, Justice Department, Ministry of Education, Tang, Department of Radiation Oncology, People 's Liberation Army, Visa Fraud


Chinese researcher charged with US visa fraud is in custody

A Chinese researcher accused of concealing her ties to the Chinese military on a visa application she submitted so she could work in the U.S. was booked Friday into a Northern California jail and was expected to appear in federal court Monday. Sacramento County jail records show Juan Tang, 37, was being held on behalf of federal authorities after she was arrested by the U.S. Marshals Service. The Justice Department on Thursday announced charges against Tang and three other scientists living in...
Tags: News, China, US, Sacramento County, Justice Department, Northern California, U S Marshals Service, Tang


Former UC Davis Researcher From China Sought By FBI Booked Into Sacramento County Jail

SACRAMENTO (CBS13/CNN) — Senior US government officials said Friday that a Chinese scientist who had been hiding in the country’s San Francisco consulate after accusations of visa fraud is now in US custody and charged that Beijing has been using its diplomatic outposts to run an espionage network that targets US businesses, universities and research centers to steal intellectual property. Tang Juan, a researcher who said she was focusing on biology, “was a fugitive from justice until last night...
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Former UC Davis Researcher From China Juan Tang Sought By FBI Booked Into Sacramento County Jail

SACRAMENTO (CBS13/CNN) — Senior US government officials said Friday that a Chinese scientist who had been hiding in the country’s San Francisco consulate after accusations of visa fraud is now in US custody and charged that Beijing has been using its diplomatic outposts to run an espionage network that targets US businesses, universities and research centers to steal intellectual property. Tang Juan, a researcher who said she was focusing on biology, “was a fugitive from justice until last night...
Tags: Texas, News, Washington, China, US, Local, Sacramento, San Francisco, Fbi, Beijing, Houston, UC Davis, Justice Department, Chengdu, Juan, Sacramento County Main Jail


FBI: Researcher Who Worked At UC Davis Being Harbored At Chinese Consulate In SF

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – The FBI believes the Chinese consulate in San Francisco is harboring a Chinese researcher who is charged in federal court in California with lying about her military background. Tang Juan lied about her military affiliation in a visa application last October to work at the University of California, Davis, and again during an FBI interview last month, according to Justice Department criminal charges. Agents found photographs of Tang in a uniform of the People’s Liberation Arm...
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Chinese Consulate in San Francisco Harboring Military Researcher Wanted by FBI

The Chinese consulate in San Francisco is currently sheltering a researcher who is suspected of ties to the People's Liberation Army, according to federal prosecutors.The researcher, Tang Juan, originally came to the U.S. on a J-1 visa to work at the University of California, Davis. However, investigators discovered that Tang had worked at the Air Force Military Medical University, a PLA-affiliated university, and that Tang did not disclose that fact on her visa application. Tang is technica...
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New Trailer for Restored Re-Release of Zhang Yimou's 'Shanghai Triad'

"This is Shanghai. There are hidden rules in everything you do and say." Film Movement has unveiled a new trailer for the restored re-release of Zhang Yimou's Shanghai Triad, celebrating 25 years since its original release in 1995. The film premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in 1995, then opened in US cinemas in December that year. It won a special prize for Best Cinematography in Cannes, then went on to earn an Oscar nomination also for Best Cinematography. In the film, a provincial boy ...
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