A Chinese film production, Hsue-shen Tsien, directed by Zhang Jianya and starring Chen Kun as Qian was simultaneously released in Asia and North America on December 11, 2011, and on March 2, 2012, it was released in China.
Science fiction author Arthur C. Clarke, in his 1982 novel 2010: Odyssey Two, named a Chinese spaceship after him. The science fiction novel series The Expanse by James S. A. Corey also named a Martian spaceship after him (MCRN Xuesen). In the 1981 novel Noble House by James Clavell, the American-Chinese scientist who defected to Communist China and helped develop the first atom bomb for China, Dr. Joseph Yu, is a fictionalized version of Dr. Qian Xuesen. His deportation is mentioned (under the name Dr. Hsue-shen Tsie) in Last Night at the Telegraph Club, a 2021 novel by Malinda Lo.
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The impact of the whiteness on discourse in nursing can be seen clearly in a survey of 56 healthcare professionals in the Midwestern US (Shepherd et al., 2019). Counterintuitively, participants expressed high levels of confidence that they had been well-trained in cultural awareness and cross-cultural care, communication, and perspectives, even though most had not undergone formal training (Shepherd et al., 2019). Further, the participants were unable to identify the principles of systemic cross-cultural approaches, such as recognition of racism, power imbalance, and entrenched cultural biases; and the need for self-reflexivity (Shepherd et al., 2019).
D.J. \"Shangela\" Pierce, 40, the singer and performer featured on three seasons of VH1's \"RuPaul's Drag Race,\" will be the first male celebrity contestant to be paired with a male professional dancer when the ballroom dance reality competition kicks off its 31st season Sept. 19, its first to stream live on Disney+ (8 EDT/5 PDT).
Was 0-4 with an 8.17 ERA in 10 appearances (nine starts) over three stints with the Yankees (3/31-5/4; 5/15-6/24, 8/8-9)... according to the Elias Sports Bureau, his ERA was the highest ever for a Yankees pitcher who made at least nine starts... Elias also notes that his nine starts tied Steve Trout (1987) as the most games started by a Yankees pitcher in a winless season... the Yankees were 2-7 in his starts...Opponents batted .309 (50-for-162, 5HR); LH .236 (21- for-89, 1HR), RH .397 (29-for-73, 4HR)... opponents' No. 1-3 batters batted .179 (10-for-56), while the remainder of the lineup hit .377 (40-for-106)...His streak of nine consecutive starts without a win was the longest such stretch by a Yankees rookie to begin a season in franchise history... the previous high was Bob Wiesler, who was 0-2 in seven starts in 1955 (credit: Elias Sports Bureau)...Was 23 years old at the start of the season, and-with Phil Hughes (age 21)-became the fourth pair of pitchers each under the age of 24 to start for the Yankees within the team's first four games of a season and the first since Dave Righetti (23) and Mike Morgan (22) in 1982 (also Hippo Vaughn-23, Ray Fisher-23 and Ray Caldwell-22 in 1911; and Mel Stottlemyre-23 and Al Downing-23 in 1965). Credit: Elias Sports Bureau...Made his first start of the season on 4/4 vs. Tampa Bay, recording his first career loss in the Rays' 13-4 victory... allowed a career-high 6ER in 2.1IP (4H, 4BB, 2K)... was just the second time in 30 professional starts that he allowed more than 3ER in a start (also 6/5/07 vs. Binghamton in his Double-A debut - 4ER)...Made his first Major League relief appearance on 4/9 at Kansas City in a 4-0 Royals victory (3.0IP, 2H, 2ER, 2BB, 3K)... was scheduled to start but a potential rain delay caused Manager Joe Girardi to use his bullpen to start the game, bringing in Kennedy in the sixth inning...Exited his start on 4/14 at Tampa Bay after facing one batter in the seventh inning when he was struck in the right hip by a Jason Bartlett line drive... recorded a no-decision in an 8-7 Yankees victory (6.0IP, 3ER)...Was optioned to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on 5/4 and did not allow a run in two starts... in his first start on 5/6 vs. Charlotte (CWS), tossed 7.1 scoreless innings and allowed only 1H and 1HBP with 0BB and 8K (90 pitches/58 strikes)... had a no-hitter broken up with two outs in the sixth inning by a Jerry Owens single... earned the win in the 4-0 SWB Yankees victory vs. the Knights...Was recalled from Scranton/WB on 5/15 and made the start that night at Tampa Bay, recording the loss in a 5-2 Rays victory (5.0IP, 5ER)... allowed a leadoff home run to Akinori Iwamura, marking his first home run allowed to a left-handed batter in the Majors (80AB)...Left his start on 5/27 at Baltimore after the third inning with a right lat muscle strain... was placed on the 15-day disabled list the next day... made one rehab appearance with the GCL Yankees (3.0IP, 3H, 1ER, 7K, 1HP)... was returned from rehab, reinstated from the 15-day D.L. and optioned to Single-A Tampa on 6/24, where he made one start... was transferred to Scranton/WB on 7/3 and made seven appearances (six starts), going 3-2 with a 2.61 ERA (38.0IP, 27H, 12R, 11ER, 4HP, 13BB, 30K, 3HR)...Was recalled to make an emergency start on 8/8 at Los Angeles (AL) after RHP Joba Chamberlain was placed on the D.L... allowed 9H and 5ER in 2.0IP (1BB, 1K)... was optioned back to SWB the next day...In 13 games (12 starts) overall with Scranton/WB, went 5-3 with a 2.35 ERA, striking out 72 batters in 69.0IP and holding opponents to a .206 batting average... held lefthanded batters to a .180 average... limited opponents to 2ER or less in 10 starts, making six 'quality starts'... struck out a season-high 11 batters in his final regular season start on 8/30 at Rochester, throwing 6.2 shutout innings...Made two postseason starts for the International League champs, going 0-1 with a 1.50 ERA (12.0IP, 2ER) and 13K...Made six starts with Los Indios de Mayaguez in the Puerto Rico Winter League, going 2-2 with a league-low 1.56 ERA... recorded his first career shutout on 11/30 at Los Lobos de Arecibo (7K, 3H, 1BB)... struck out at least five batters and allowed 3H or less in four of his six starts.
Made his professional debut with Short-Season Single-A Staten Island Yankees...pitched 2.2 perfect innings on Sept. 6 vs. Tri-City in his only appearance...Following the season, pitched for West Oahu in the Hawaiian Winter League and was selected as a HWL Postseason All-Star...in 9 games (7 starts), went 0-2 with a 4.45 ERA (15 ER in 30.1 IP) and .268 opponents average (33-for-123) with 11 walks and 45 strikeouts. 1e1e36bf2d