It’s still a comedy, and it’s really funny. Maybe the nicest surprise is that the supportive sidekick isn’t her best friend but the sports doctor’s confidante, LeBron James. Played very convincingly, by the way, by LeBron James, who offers advice about love but also about his hometown.
Zhao’s tweets are from mid March, and in them he suggests the US army could have been responsible for bringing the coronavirus to Wuhan.Visit ‘s homepage for more stories.Twitter has slapped its fact check icon on tweets from a spokesman for the Chinese government a day after it did the same thing to President Trump.Twitter added its “Get the facts about COVID 19″ tag to tweets from Lijan Zhao, a spokesman for China’s foreign ministry.The tweets are from mid March, and in one Zhao suggests the US Army could have brought the coronavirus to Wuhan, the city at the epicenter of the outbreak.”It might be US army who brought the epidemic to Wuhan. Be transparent! Make public your data! US owe us an explanation,” Zhao wrote.Twitter added its fact check tag after being alarted to Zhao’s tweets by The New York Post, the Post reports.Zhao has a history of trolling the US and the Trump administration on Twitter.The change comes as Twitter appears to be more willing to fact check tweets even from political figures, something its major rival Facebook notably avoids.On Wednesday Twitter labeled two tweets from President Trump with the same fact check badge. In the tweets Trump claimed that mail in votes in the 2020 presidential election would be subject to voter fraud.The Post says it pressed Twitter about a possible double standard in labelling Trump’s tweets but not Zhao’s.
It’s not that social awareness was not part of storytelling back in the eighties; it was and crime was just as much a part of life then, as it is now. Drama serials like Waris, Khuda Ki Basti and even the seemingly innocent programs like Alif Noon and Fifty Fifty or even Aangan Terrha, were deeply political. Back in the eighties we’d have one drama a day, from different TV stations (Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Peshawar and Quetta), and telecast on the state channel, PTV.