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  • Chui shao ren is a movie starring Jiayin Lei, Wei Tang, and Xi Qi. Following a fatal accident, a Chinese expatriate working for a mining company in Australia discovers that new technology developed by the company may be a health
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  • 6,2 / 10
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A government whistleblower alleged that the Department of Health and Human Services sent workers to help evacuees from Wuhan, China ? the epicenter of the coronavirus ? without giving them proper protective gear or training. According to The Washington Post and The New York Times, the whistleblower is a senior HHS official based in Washington, DC. The person said workers were sent to two bases in California to assist in processing American evacuees from China without being trained in safety protocol and without adequate protection. The first case of a US patient becoming infected with coronavirus through "community spread" took place near one of those bases earlier this week. The whistleblower alleged that they were unfairly reassigned and threatened with termination after flagging their concerns to senior HHS officials, including those who work for HHS Secretary Alex Azar. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. A whistleblower from the Department of Health and Human Services has alleged that the US sent more than a dozen government workers to assist Americans who were evacuated from Wuhan, China, without giving them proper training or protective gear, The Washington Post and The New York Times reported on Thursday. The whistleblower is a senior HHS official based in Washington, DC, and oversees employees at the Administration for Children and Families unit within the federal agency, according to The Post and The Times. Wuhan is the epicenter of the global coronavirus outbreak, which has infected 82, 000 people ? most of them in mainland China ? and killed 2, 800. The World Health Organization said on Thursday that the outbreak could become a pandemic, and US public-health officials announced this week they expected it to spread throughout the country. Lawyers for the whistleblower told The Post that the workers sent to help American evacuees did not show symptoms of the infection and have not been tested for the virus. The Times, which obtained a portion of the complaint that was submitted to the Office of the Special Counsel, reported that the team sent to assist the evacuees was "improperly deployed" to two military bases in California to aid in processing the Americans, who were evacuated from China and elsewhere. According to The Times, the workers went to Travis Air Force Base and March Air Reserve Base and were ordered to go into quarantined areas without proper training in how to handle infectious diseases and inadequate protective gear. The whistleblower said the officials were not trained in how to follow safety protocols until five days later, according to The Times. The Times said the first case of a US patient becoming infected with coronavirus through " community spread " took place near Travis Air Force Base earlier this week.? Moreover, the whistleblower alleged that they were unfairly reassigned after flagging their concerns to senior HHS officials, including those who work for HHS Secretary Alex Azar. On February 19, the person was told they had 15 days to accept their new job or they would be terminated, The Post reported. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced on Wednesday that the public needed to brace itself as the COVID-19 virus, known as the novel coronavirus, sweeps the globe and is increasingly likely to spread within the US ? a possibility that would most likely force changes to daily life for many Americans. "It's not so much of a question of if this will happen in this country anymore but a question of when this will happen, " Nancy Messonnier, the director of the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases at the CDC, said during a press call on Tuesday. "We are asking the American public to prepare for the expectation that this might be bad. " Messonnier also said the agency was "preparing as if we are going to see community spread in the near term, " adding that the outbreak could soon lead to a "disruption to everyday life. " But President Donald Trump has so far brushed off concerns of a pandemic and said, despite repeated warnings from medical experts and health professionals, that the disease is under control. If the coronavirus breaks out in the US and forces the quarantining of American towns and cities, Trump's refusal to acknowledge its seriousness, on top of years of cuts to public health, could prove a massive political liability. Health experts told Insider ?public trust and cooperation by local, state, and federal officials were essential to treating those infected with the virus and limiting its spread. In China, the? unprecedented spread of the coronavirus ?is a massive test of President Xi Jinping's authoritarian system and the surveillance state he's built up over the years. It's also? straining the global economy ?and has affected the profits for multinational giants like Apple as schools, factories, and businesses across China remain shuttered and millions of people are quarantined and unable to work.
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Msh zaman smk dulu. ahahhahah. This article is about the 2010 film. For the 1986 film starring Michael Caine, see The Whistle Blower. The Whistleblower Promotional poster Directed by Larysa Kondracki Produced by Christina Piovesan Amy Kaufman Celine Rattray Benito Mueller Wolfgang Mueller Written by Larysa Kondracki Eilis Kirwan Starring Rachel Weisz David Strathairn Nikolaj Lie Kaas Anna Anissimova Monica Bellucci Vanessa Redgrave Music by Mychael Danna [1] Cinematography Kieran McGuigan [1] Edited by Julian Clarke [2] Production company Voltage Pictures Distributed by Samuel Goldwyn Films Release date 13?September?2010 ( TIFF) 12?August?2011 (Canada) 27?October?2011 (Germany) Running time 112 minutes Country Canada Germany United States [3] Language English Box office $1. 1 million [4] The Whistleblower is a 2010 Canadian-German-American biographical crime drama film directed by Larysa Kondracki and starring Rachel Weisz. Kondracki and Eilis Kirwan wrote the screenplay, which was inspired by the story of Kathryn Bolkovac, a Nebraska police officer who was recruited as a United Nations peacekeeper for DynCorp International in post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1999. While there, she discovered a sex trafficking ring serving (and facilitated by) DynCorp employees, with international peacekeepers turning a blind eye. Bolkovac was fired and forced out of the country after attempting to shut down the ring. She took the story to BBC News in the UK and won a wrongful dismissal lawsuit against DynCorp. Kondracki wanted her debut film to concern human trafficking, and she encountered Bolkovac's story in college. She and Kirwan struggled to obtain financial support for the project. Eight years after Kondracki decided to produce the film, she secured funding and cast Weisz in the lead role. The Whistleblower ?a co-production of Canada, Germany, and the United States?was filmed in Romania from October to December 2009. The Whistleblower premiered on 13 September 2010, at the Toronto International Film Festival, and Samuel Goldwyn Films distributed the film in theaters in the United States. The film was advertised as a fictionalization of events occurring during the late 1990s. Kondracki said that the facts are broadly accurate but some details were omitted for the film; for example, a three-week "breaking-in" period for trafficking victims was not shown. The film received mixed reviews. The performances by Weisz and her co-stars were praised, but the intense violence depicted in several scenes was debated by critics, with some calling it exploitative. Kondracki and Weisz responded that what happened in Bosnia had been toned down for the film. The Whistleblower received several awards and nominations, including three nominations at the 2012 Genie Awards. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon hosted a screening of the film and promised action would be taken to prevent further instances of human trafficking. The Guardian reported that other UN officials attempted to downplay the events depicted and that initiatives against trafficking in Bosnia were aborted. Plot [ edit] Kathryn Bolkovac is a police officer from Lincoln, Nebraska, who accepts an offer to work with the United Nations International Police in post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina for a British company, Democra Security (a pseudonym for DynCorp International). [5] After successfully advocating for a Muslim woman who experienced domestic abuse, Kathryn is appointed head of the department of gender affairs. Raya, a young Ukrainian woman, and her friend Luba are sold to a Bosnian sex-trafficking ring by a relative. Raya escapes with Irka, another girl forced into prostitution, and they are sent to a women's shelter for victims of human trafficking. While investigating their case, Kathryn uncovers a large-scale sexual slavery ring utilized by international personnel (including Americans). She persuades Raya and Irka to testify against their traffickers in court, guaranteeing their safety; however, an indifferent UN official drops Irka at the border between Bosnia and Serbia when she cannot produce a passport. Although rescued from the woods by Kathryn, Irka is too afraid to proceed with the trial. Meanwhile, Raya is recaptured by the traffickers after a corrupt peacekeeper tips them off. To deter other girls from running away and talking to the authorities, the traffickers make an example out of Raya by brutally raping her with a metal pipe in front of them. When she brings the scandal to the attention of the UN, Kathryn discovers that it has been covered up to protect lucrative defense and security contracts. However, she finds allies in her investigation: Madeleine Rees, head of the Human Rights Commission, and internal-affairs specialist Peter Ward. As her investigation continues, Kathryn is met with threats on her answering machine and dead ends when highers-up override and close all the Internal Affairs cases. Still, she continues to try to find Raya, and finally locates her on a raid, but Raya refuses to come with her. A few days later, Raya is found dead, having been shot in the head by one of the traffickers, Ivan. Kathryn sends an email to fifty senior mission personnel detailing her findings; she is then fired from her job. She and Ward acquire evidence of an official admitting the scandal before she is forced to leave the country, and she brings it to the BBC News. The final credits note that after Kathryn's departure, a number of peacekeepers were sent home (although none faced criminal charges because of immunity laws), and the U. S. continues doing business with private contractors such as Democra Security (including billion-dollar contracts in Iraq and Afghanistan). Cast [ edit] Production [ edit] Writing [ edit] There were so many people in the same situation as her. They saw what was going on, and they didn't respond in the way that she did. ? Rachel Weisz on Kathryn Bolkovac [6] The Whistleblower is based on the experiences of Kathryn Bolkovac, an American police officer who in 1999 was assigned to serve as a peacekeeper with the United Nations in post-war Bosnia. While there, she reportedly discovered a sex-trafficking ring which served and was facilitated by other peacekeepers. Bolkovac was fired after trying to investigate the ring, but later won a wrongful dismissal lawsuit. [6] Director Larysa Kondracki and co-screenwriter Eilis Kirwan learned of Bolkovac's story while attending Columbia University, eight years before the film's production. Kondracki subsequently devoted significant time to research human trafficking and the sex trade. After Bolkovac sold her the film rights for $100, [7] she resolved to adapt the story for the screen. [6] Financing for the project was initially difficult to secure, although the situation improved after Rachel Weisz was cast as Bolkovac. "I was young and naïve, " Kondracki said of her initial attempts to secure funding. "I thought: 'Of course they're going to make my film. It's brilliant! '" [6] The Whistleblower was described as a "fictionalized dramatic presentation" of a late-1990s scandal. The producers based it on Bolkovac's experiences, rather than on her memoir. [5] Vanessa Redgrave played Madeleine Rees, a UN human-rights official ("one of the film's few heroic characters") who helps Bolkovac uncover the sex trade. Raya ( Roxana Condurache) and Luba (Paula Schramm), two Ukrainian young women who are trafficked into Bosnia, are the primary representations of the trafficking victims encountered by Bolkovac. Neither is based on a particular person; they are composites of young women forced to work in Bosnian brothels. Kondracki's younger sister, Rayisa, also played a trafficking victim. [8] For legal reasons the pseudonym "Democra Security" was used for DynCorp International, the organization whose employees reportedly sexually enslaved the women. [5] Although the producers kept the film factual, they debated how much to include. Details on the bureaucracy were removed. Kondracki said, "It was too much information and, frankly, people were bored. " [6] Another concern was how much violence against the sex-trafficking victims should be depicted in the film. Kondracki chose to bluntly portray the inhumane treatment of the young women, which she described as accurate representations of what happened. [5] This included a graphic scene, in which Raya is raped with a lead pipe after her escape and recapture. Weisz thought the reality had been toned down, "In real life there were girls doing this as young as 8 years old. " [6] Kondracki agreed, saying that she had lightened the events depicted out of fear that viewers would "tune it out": [5] We show what is just about permissible to show. We couldn't possibly include the three-week desensitisation period, when they burn the girls in particular places. We couldn't really capture the hopelessness of life these women are subjected to. [9] Kondracki said that her goal for The Whistleblower was "information and exposure" on human trafficking. She said, "No one is putting pressure on governments to stop it, and there is no accountability. It's laziness. " [6] Filming [ edit] The Whistleblower is a Canadian?German co-production. [8] Weisz received the script from producer Amy Kaufman in 2007. Since she was pregnant with her son at the time, [10] she initially turned down the offer. She said the story haunted her, [11] and she later contacted Kaufman to ask if the project was still available. [11] She signed on in August 2009, [12] and shooting began in October 2009. [13] [14] Bolkovac visited the set in Bucharest, Romania, where most of the movie was filmed. [11] Weisz said that she made a point to spend "every waking moment" with her to accurately portray her. [10] Weisz and Bolkovac are dissimilar in appearance: the former is dark-haired and slight, and the latter is "blond and much more voluptuous" and "much taller". As a result, the actress focused on emulating Bolko
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