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Forums > Living in Kunming > European football leagues, Chinese web streaming

If your TV is equipped w/ smart camera, don't tune in to announcer Chen Wensen while sporting a yellow hard hat as show of team solidarity.

Too soon?

Well done Haali. After a few games inform us how well EPL live streams on your TV.

Feel free to invite me over for free, daily technical support. I'll bring beer.

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Forums > Living in Kunming > European football leagues, Chinese web streaming

Spoiler-free post.

I'm pretty sure PPTV works with streaming TV packages of most service providers. Though not a physical box, but an app to download.

If you own a 55 inch 4K TV, could be more enjoyable to watch HD quality live sports on the big screen w/ surround sound in company of friends.

The coming of 5G networks would make hi-res glitch/freeze-free streams possible.

To your other point, Tencent has recently signed 5-year extension with NBA for rights to broadcast live games on their QQ streaming platforms.

I also remember the days when online vid streaming platforms Youku, Tudou, iQiyi, and Panda crossed with, later consuming, the p2p markets. Not sure how well Xunlei is faring nowadays.

Youku and Tudou were subsequently acquired by Alibaba, iQiyi by Baidu, while Panda by Tencent.

Taming the illegal broadcasting norm coincided with profitability... and passive State control.

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Forums > Living in Kunming > European football leagues, Chinese web streaming

I believe Jan is talking about the website version, which works through the internet to computers not the TV. Just click on the link he provided.

The PPTV I knew was a p2p bloatware that infringed copyrights without blinking an eye. That was many years ago.

Jan, good luck to your Finnish goat. May he continue to prove his 3-year contract worth. Have fun staying up if viewing live.

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Great piece by good man Jim. He is like the fabled garuda that soars back into time. The wind horse lungta that strides into town to greet villagers with blessings of goodwill.

Although Shangri-la old town burned down five years ago, replaced by less traditional, tourist-friendly infrastructures... at least one disillusioned townsfolk who survived the carnage, but lost everything, returned to reopen shop in the newly renovated building. He does so out of love of sharing ancestral handicrafts to the world. To preserve their cultural heritage from the burned ashes. Authenticity remains in spirit... in the people, and in their stories.

Inside the belly of the tiger god, the Buddha calmly speaks.

Restraint is not a sign of weakness. Compassion is true strength. By showing compassion to your perceived enemies, they may become your friends. Lacking compassion, your friends may turn into your enemies.

On that note, the Tiger lies down to unclench its jaws, whereupon releasing the Buddha.

Buddha slowly walks out. He turns to the beast and speaks the following:

When you subdue an opponent, a thousand more are still to be overcome. Instead, crush your negative emotions, or samsara, which are enemies dwelling in your mind.

The prostrating tiger nods in understanding. The Buddha bows back.

The Buddha and Yunnan Tiger God walk their separate paths.

The tiger turns for final glimpse of the enlightened one, only to find an empty road ahead. The tiger realizes that echoing conversation manifested in own awakened mind. Buddhahood permeates the tiger, and to all living beings it encounters henceforth.

dolphin, connecting the Dharma teachings of the Buddha to pastries is apropos.

Lets do a thought experiment where Siddhartha Gautama sits down at Igor's.

The awakened one is served a croissant. At the moment of immersing in this pastry, like sitting beside the death bed of a dying elder or a woman giving birth to a child, the Buddha is only focused on what is in front. Be it bitter, sweet, or bittersweet.

The sound of his teeth breaking the layers of crispy, lamented crust is what his mind would be completely focused on. Not the thought of comparing this croissant with those of Just Hot, but tasting the buttery, crisp texture in his mouth without dwelling in the past.

Nor the thoughts of which monasteries to visit afterwards, but the smell of the sweet aroma permeating the cafe., or the rich scent of coffee brewing behind the counter.

That is original teachings of the Buddha. Not just chanting mantras or burning incense. But to embrace suffering as you would the pastries of life in the present moment.

All of us can be enlightened to this state of mind. Awaken the Buddha nature within ourselves while simply eating pastries.

If any Rinpoche members exist in the Mosuo community, they should periodically remind the townsfolk.that rituals of burning incense are opportunities to ground oneself in the here and now, rather than diverting that focus to worshiping or pleasing a deity.

Sacredness reside in oneself, of those beside you, and of the surrounding nature.

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