Consolidados Grande SP 05/08/2018

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Emoção pura no Tamanho Família, com as participações de Preta Gil e Tiago Abravanel. O programa – comandado por Márcio Garcia – foi um dos destaques deste fim de semana.

Programa especial, com novos quadros e nova abertura, em comemoração dos 45 anos, Fantástico quase fica abaixo dos 20 pontos.

Eliana conquista dois dígitos, mas fica em terceiro lugar, atrás do Hora do Faro.

RedeTV! alcança maior público dos últimos anos, com o humorístico Encrenca, que em diversos minutos fica à frente do Domingo Espetacular (RecordTV).

Confira, abaixo, as audiências de domingo, 5 de agosto:


Santa Missa em Seu Lar- 3,5
Antena Paulista- 5,3
Pequenas Empresas, Grandes Negócios- 8,1
Globo Rural- 11,2
Auto Esporte- 10,6
Esporte Espetacular- 11,0
Tamanho Família- 14,7
Temperatura Máxima: Cinderela- 18,6
Campeonato Brasileiro: América-MG x Palmeiras- 20,2
Domingão do Faustão- 18,4
Fantástico- 19,6
Domingo Maior: Quebrando Regras – 12,5


Brasil Caminhoneiro- 3,7
AgroJornal- 3,3
Acelerados- 3,1
Tô de Férias- 3,9
Chaves- 7,1
Mundo Disney- 7,8
Domingo Legal- 7,3
Eliana- 9,7
Roda a Roda- 10,9
Sorteio da Tele Sena- 11,7
Programa Silvio Santos- 13,4
Poder em Foco- 4,5


Record Kids- 3,2
Show de Humor- 6,6
Domingo Show- 8,7
Hora do Faro- 11,2
Domingo Espetacular- 10,3
Cámera Record- 6,9
CSI: Investigação Criminal- 4,0


Turma da Pakaraka- 0,2
AméricaShop- 0,2
Top Game- 0,1
A Hora e a Vez da Pequena Empresa- 0,2
APEOESP- 0,2
Te Peguei- 1,1
Conexão Models- 1,7
Encrenca- 7,0
João Kléber Show- 4,5
O Céu é o Limite (reapresentação) – 1,8
Bola na Rede- 1,0

Um ponto no Ibope equivale a 71,9 mil domicílios. Esses números servem como referência para o mercado publicitário.

Fonte: IBOPE / MW – Praça São Paulo

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Consolidados Grande SP 04/08/2018

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Com vilã dando o bote e matando cúmplice, Segundo Sol alcança maior média aos sábados. À tarde, SóTocaTop, com Luan Santana e Fernanda Souza no camando, segue entre os destaques da Globo.

Na madrugada, Altas Horas segue com índices acima da expectativa.

SBT assegura a vice-liderança com reprises da novela As Aventuras de Poliana e do reality Fábrica de Casamentos.

Confira, abaixo, as audiências de sábado, 4 de agosto:


Via Brasil – 4,8
Como Será? – 6,1
É de Casa – 7,0
SP1 – 12,9
Globo Esporte – 13,6
Jornal Hoje – 12,9
Sai de Baixo – 11,9
SóTocaTop – 13,8
Caldeirão do Huck – 15,8
Orgulho e Paixão – 21,0
SP2 – 23,8
O Tempo Não Para – 26,1
Jornal Nacional – 28,6
Segundo Sol – 30,2
Zorra – 20,1
Altas Horas – 15,4
Zero1 – 9,3
Supercine: Trocando os Pés – 8,0


Chaves – 4,6
Sábado Animado – 5,9
Parque Patati Patatá – 7,0
Mundo Disney – 8,2
Henry Danger – 9,3
Programa Raul Gil – 6,9
O Arqueiro – 4,8
SBT Brasil – 5,6
As Aventuras de Poliana (melhores momentos) – 8,8
Esquadrão da Moda – 8,1
Fábrica de Casamentos – 9,9
Diários de Um Vampiro – 4,5
Operação Mesquita – 2,8


Fala Brasil Especial – 4,4
Esporte Fantástico – 4,0
Balanço Geral Especial – 4,8
Cine Aventura: A Prova de Balas – 5,1
Cidade Alerta Especial – 8,2
Jornal da Record Especial – 8,8
Rei Davi – 8,3
Jesus (melhores momentos) – 8,7
Programa da Sabrina – 6,4

Um ponto no Ibope equivale a 71,9 mil domicílios. Esses números servem como referência para o mercado publicitário.

Fonte: IBOPE / MW – Praça São Paulo

 

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Consolidados Grande SP 03/08/2018

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É sucesso! O Tempo Não Para segura público e mantém média na casa dos 30 pontos. Vale a Pena Ver de Novo, com Belíssima em cartaz, tem desempenho semelhante ao da Sessão da TardeVídeo Show reage, mas ainda fica em segundo atrás do quadro de fofoca do Balanço Geral SP (A Hora da Venenosa).

SBT conquista ótima média com a exibição do último capítulo da mexicana Amanhã é Para Sempre.

Na Record TV, destaque para o Cidade Alerta que fez uma média superior as das novelas (Jesus e A Terra Prometida).

Confira, abaixo, as audiências de sexta-feira, 3 de agosto:


Bom Dia São Paulo – 9,2
Bom Dia Brasil – 9,8
Mais Você – 8,6
Bem Estar – 8,0
Encontro – 8,8
SP1 – 14,5
Globo Esporte – 14,2
Jornal Hoje – 13,2
Vídeo Show – 10,2
Sessão da Tarde: O Amor é Cego – 15,3
Vale a Pena Ver de Novo: Belíssima – 15,8
Malhação: Vidas Brasileiras – 17,9
Orgulho e Paixão – 23,5
SP2 – 27,4
O Tempo Não Para – 29,9
Jornal Nacional – 31,2
Segundo Sol – 33,7
Globo Repórter – 25,1
Máquina Mortífera – 15,8
Jornal da Globo – 10,2
Conversa com Bial – 8,0
Flash – 5,7


Primeiro Impacto – 4,2
Mundo Disney – 5,2
Bom Dia & Cia – 9,0
Fofocalizando – 7,6
Casos de Família – 6,7
Que Pobres Tão Ricos – 7,4
Coração Indomável – 9,6
Amanhã é Para Sempre – 9,0
SBT Brasil – 7,8
Roda a Roda – 10,9
As Aventuras de Poliana – 15,4
Chiquititas – 12,6
Z4 – 11,2
Programa do Ratinho – 12,1
Tela de Sucessos: Carrossel O Filme – 10,4
The Noite – 5,3
Roda a Roda (reapresentação) – 4,4
Operação Mesquita – 3,9


Balanço Geral Manhã – 2,2
São Paulo no Ar – 4,0
Fala Brasil – 5,6
Hoje em Dia – 5,9
Minuto do Casamento – 5,1
Balanço Geral SP – 9,7
Luz do Sol – 7,3
Essas Mulheres – 6,4
Bicho do Mato – 7,0
Cidade Alerta – 10,9
A Terra Prometida – 10,1
Jesus – 10,3
Jornal da Record – 7,3
Super Tela: O Reino Vicking – 5,7

Um ponto no Ibope equivale a 71,9 mil domicílios. Esses números servem como referência para o mercado publicitário.

Fonte: IBOPE / MW – Praça São Paulo

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Multiracial teams are welcome, but what about racism in society?

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opinion August 07, 2018 01:00

By Cai Hong
China Daily
Asia News Network

Two Spanish football heavyweights, Andres Iniesta and Fernando Torres, made their debut in Japan on July 22, though both of their clubs ended up on the losing side. Still, Japanese football fans were excited about their arrival.

Iniesta, a former Barcelona star, has signed for Vissel Kobe, and Torres has left Atletico Madrid for Sagan Tosu. They have followed in the footsteps of some great football players who helped Japan become an Asian football heavyweight. Japanese men’s national team made it to the last 16 of the World Cup in Russia, the only one from Asia which is home to 70 per cent of the world’s population.

Japan’s national squad made its first World Cup finals appearance in France in 1998 and has qualified for the finals every four years since then. After Japan’s professional football league, the 10-team J League, was established in 1991, the beautiful game has developed at an increasing pace thanks to the arrival of some international football stars. The J League signed legends such as Jorginho, Bebeto, Gary Lineker and Arthur Antunes Coimbra, better known as Zico.

Moreover, several Brazilian football players such as Wagner Lopes, Alex Santos and Tulio Tanaka took Japanese citizenship and were enlisted in Japan’s national team.

The international football stars were role models who inspired Japanese players with their talent. Now there are several Japanese football players playing for the best clubs in Europe.

The Japanese football story reflects the benefits of globalisation. A bigger winner is the French national football team. Out of the 23 members of the French squad that won the 2018 World Cup, 17 are immigrants or the children of immigrants – 12 players have African ancestry.

Kylian Mbappe, the 19-year-old wunderkind who is of Cameroonian and Algerian descent, became the face of the French team because of his remarkable display in the tournament.

Diversity is believed to be the French squad’s biggest strength. The French newspaper Le Monde said in its editorial on the World Cup victory that the national team, made up of players of many different ethnic groups, showed that “the sense of national belonging goes hand-in-hand with many different histories and different backgrounds”.

France’s multicultural team has been hailed as representing a real model of integration. But now that celebrations of France’s victory are over, the stark reality outside the field is back.

On the Daily Show in the United States, South African comedian Trevor Noah claimed Africa won the World Cup, because of the number of black players in the French team. “You don’t get that tan by hanging out in the south of France,” Noah said. “France is Africans’ backup team.”

Criticising Noah’s racist remarks, French Twitter users informed him that more than 90 per cent of the players in the French team were born in France. Only two were born in Africa, but had come to France at the age of two and have grown up there.

German football star Mesut Ozil resigned from the national side on July 22 due to the “racism and disrespect” he faced since being photographed with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdo an in May. German Football Association President Reinhard Grindel, as Ozil said, had made him a “scapegoat” for the team’s poor World Cup showing. Germany, the defending champion, was knocked out in the group stage in Russia.

“I am German when we win, but I am an immigrant when we lose,” Ozil, who has Turkish ancestry but grew up in Germany, said. Not surprisingly, Ozil’s resignation has sparked a debate over integration and racism.

There have been reports of racial slurs, chants and banners, and even bananas were thrown at and monkey gestures made against some players in and outside stadiums. Italian striker Mario Balotelli, who was born in Palermo, Sicily, to Ghanaian immigrants, gave a wake-up call to football officials a few years ago.

Racism is only partly about sports; it also reflects society and politics outside the field. But is the world listening?

Cai Hong is Tokyo bureau chief for China Daily. 

 

Source :  The Nation Multimedia

Bid to replant Maya Bay coral hit by monsoon

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Photo from: Thon Thamrongnawasawat's Facebook
Photo from: Thon Thamrongnawasawat’s Facebook

national August 07, 2018 01:00

By PRATCH RUJIVANAROM
THE NATION
KRABI

EFFORTS to restore coral at Maya Bay have been hampered by a strong monsoon and rough sea conditions, resulting in the survival of only 10 per cent of replanted coral.

Two months ago the bay area – one of Thailand’s most famous tourist attractions at Had Nopparat Tara- Mu Ko Phi Phi National Park in Krabi – was closed to all visitors in an effort to re-grow the heavily damaged coral reef.

Photo from: Thon Thamrongnawasawat’s Facebook

The transplanting operation has not met expectations, says the National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department (DNP). However, other efforts to restore the environment and plan for properly managed tourism activities are going according to plan.

The bay was closed to all tourism activities on June 1, following an agreement between the DNP and local tourism operators. It is hoped that the four-month closure will heal some of the environmental damage to the bay and the surrounding area caused by excessive tourism.

Maya Bay once had a large, colourful, and biologically diverse coral reef. But heavy boat traffic in recent years, combined with excessive tourism activities nearby, have nearly annihilated the entire coral reef. A key part of the recovery effort is aimed at regenerating the coral reefs lying just metres under the waters of the beach, which became famous as the location for the 2000 film “The Beach”.

Park officers and marine biology experts are working hard to encourage regrowth of the rich marine ecosystems and allow the natural beauty to again bloom for the reopening in October, says Worapoj Lomlim, chief of Had Nopparat Tara-Mu Ko Phi Phi National Park.

Worapoj says that, so far, the officers have achieved satisfactory progress on the natural regeneration on land. However, the underwater part of the operation has faced major problems from strong monsoons and rough seas, which have damaged most of the replanted coral and eroded the bay’s signature white sandy beach.

Their first try at transplanting produced mixed results.

Photo from: Thon Thamrongnawasawat’s Facebook

The team has successfully replanted 512 colonies of coral in the bay, says Thikamphon Wongthawatchai, a marine biologist at Marine National Parks Operation Centre 3, who was worked on the coral reef restoration since the operation began.

“We replanted corals by collecting the living branches of broken corals from nearby areas and then attaching them to rocks, which we placed on the sandy floor of the bay, so the corals would grow,” Thikamphon explained.

“However, the unexpected strong waves during this monsoon season have washed the corals from the rocks and buried them in the sand, so most of the replanted corals died. Only around 10 per cent of corals, which were replanted deep enough to escape the force of waves, survived.”

Despite the high mortality rate of the replanted coral at Maya Bay, he says there was still hope for restoring the bay’s coral reef.

Even after the bay reopens to visitors in October, all boats are prohibited from entering the bay. Saved from the daily assault of boat traffic, the coral reefs might naturally regenerate and gradually recolonise the bay to their previous abundance.

Thikamphon said the coral replanting task would continue until October. Having learned from the mistakes of the first two months, the team was confident that future patches of replanted coral would have a higher survival rate.

Meanwhile, on the issue of managing tourism after the bay reopens, Worapoj says the national park would not allow boats to enter the bay and tourist boats will be required to dock at a new floating pier in Loh Sama Bay. Passengers could reach Maya beach from the rear.

“We have not decided on the final plan of the new pier yet, but … the pier will be a floating pier, which would be large enough to moor eight boats at a time. There will be no solid structure built into the sea,” he said.

“We also have a plan to limit the number of tourists at Maya Bay, but we have not reached a conclusion on this issue yet.”

 

Source :  The Nation Multimedia

Province faced with threat of inundation

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Pumps work hard to drain water from Kaeng Krachan Dam in Phetchaburi province yesterday as |the reservoir is close to |overflowing.
Pumps work hard to drain water from Kaeng Krachan Dam in Phetchaburi province yesterday as |the reservoir is close to |overflowing.

national August 07, 2018 01:00

By THE NATION

PHETCHABURI province faced the prospect of being submerged under 25 to 30 centimetres of water tonight as the Kaeng Krachan Dam reached 97 per cent capacity.

Located in Phetchaburi, some 9.31 million cubic metres of water is being discharged from the dam daily towards downstream zones such as the Muang and Ban Lat districts.

However, relevant authorities are taking steps to ease the impact. The Royal Thai Navy is dispatching 20 boats to facilitate water flow from the areas via the Phetchaburi River.

Some 450 soldiers have also been mobilised to help people living alongside the river to move their belongings to higher ground.

Sandbags have also been piled up as a precaution.

A round-the-clock flood-relief centre has been set up in the Phetchaburi Provincial Hall to deliver timely help.

Since Saturday, locals in Phetchaburi’s Kaeng Krachan, Tha Yant, Ban Lat, Muang and Ban Laem districts have been bracing for possible floods. Authorities have asked them to move their belongings to at least 50 centimetres above ground level.

Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha will visit the province tomorrow, a source said.

According to the Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency, sea levels will also rise between Thursday and Saturday. Phetchaburi is a coastal province.

Worrying levels at dams

Royal Irrigation Department deputy director-general Thaweesak Thanadachophol said water in several dams had already reached worrying levels.

“We need to pay close attention to dams that are over 80 per cent full,” he said.

The department’s website shows four dams were almost brimming yesterday.

Apart from the Kaeng Krachan, the other three dams are Nam Oun in Sakon Nakhon province, as well as Vajiralongkorn and Srinakharin dams in Kanchanaburi province.

The Nam Oun Dam was full to 101 per cent of its holding capacity, while water levels at Vajiralongkorn and Srinakharin dams stood at 84 and 86 per cent respectively.

Deputy Prime Minister General Chatchai Sarikulya said that he had instructed the Royal Irrigation Department to install more pipes to siphon water away so the impact on downstream residents is minimal.

“We will try to divert some water into canals to drain into the sea, instead of the Phetchaburi River,” he said.

Officials have lately dredged a canal in Ban Laem district that links up with the river to help drain excessive water into the sea faster to minimise impact on the city area, he said.

Chatchai also said that floods in several provinces along the swelling Mekong River had started receding though some low-lying riverside areas remained submerged.

He also warned that storm-hit China and Laos might send runoffs along the Mekong towards Thailand.

He said the Royal Irrigation Department’s Smart Water Operation Centre was monitoring the situation round the clock and would bring any problems that may arise to his attention immediately.

He said the authorities had been releasing water from dams since the start of the rainy season as per the “Rule Curve” principle, which ensures that dams have enough water for a drought but do not overflow during the monsoon.

However, the case of Kaeng Krachan Dam is unusual because up to 120 million cubic metres of water had poured into it in a single day, forcing the urgent release of water.

 

Source :  The Nation Multimedia