Japan Magazine

All about taro – hospitality

Taro is considered one of the oldest vegetables in the world. The purple-colored root belongs to the Araceae family and can be likened to purple yam (ube) or sweet potato. The name taro was taken from the Maori language when Captain Cook observed its growth in New Zealand in 1769. …

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Totally off the wall and in the pages of the magazine

A scene from “The French Dispatch”…the story of a mentally deranged, yet deeply artistic, prisoner who achieves fame after painting the nude portrait of a prison officer with whom he develops a relationship. Streaming Columnist NICK OVERALL reveals that director Wes Anderson is not limited to his film “The French …

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Nuclear breakthroughs and the question of radioactivity

Clean energy and cancer cures, or waste and weapons? We examine the complex history of nuclear power. When I went to see the nuclear decommissioning of Sellafield a few years ago, I was fascinated – and I admit a little nervous – to see the toxic legacy left by previous …

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The LVMH Prize announces the candidates for 2022 – RAIN Magazine

the LVMH Prize for Young Fashion Designers announces the list of 20 designers in the running this year. Among more than 1,900 candidates, only 20 creators qualified for the semi-finals. Delphine Arnault declares:“The twenty semi-finalists are driven by an optimistic and innovative vision. They all place eco-responsibility at the heart …

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Review of “Minamata”: a crisis slowly revealed

Although he is the central character, Johnny Depp is the least interesting part of “Minamata”, the Andrew Levitas film based on the true story of photojournalist W. Eugene Smith who, in the 1970s, helped to expose the devastating impact of mercury poisoning on the coasts. communities in Japan. In the …

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Updated Reports on Magazine Tablets Market Size, Growth, Revenue and Regional Analysis – 2028

the Magazine Shelves Market The report covers the entire global market scenario including key players, their future campaigns, preferred vendors, market shares along with historical data and price analysis. It continues to offer key details on changing dynamics to generate market improving factors. Its objective is to rationalize the company’s …

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New dehydrogenation process to improve hydrogen storage – pv magazine USA

A look at three different hydrogen projects around the world, including one at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Ames Lab, which has pioneered a new nitrogen-carbon catalyst to extract hydrogen from storage materials of hydrogen at mild temperatures and under normal atmospheric conditions. February 11, 2022 Sergio Matalucci From photo …

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Aemetis to supply 90 million gallons of SAF to Japan Airlines

By Aemetis Inc. | February 09, 2022 Aemetis Inc., a renewable fuels company focused on carbon-negative products, today announced that it has signed an off-take agreement with Japan Airlines (JAL) for 90 million gallons of blended sustainable aviation fuel ( SAF) to be delivered over a seven-year period …

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Nvidia drops Arm deal – London IPO on cards for UK companies

There is a very good chance that British chip design champion Arm will return to the London stock market via a successful IPO (initial public offering) later this year. Arm, based in Cambridge and owned by Japanese bank Softbank since 2016, was set to be sold to US computer chip …

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How long will Fukushima remain radioactive?

On March 11, 2011, a tremendous amount of energy built up when the Pacific tectonic plate pushed beneath the plate beneath northern Honshu, Japan, causing a magnitude 9.0 earthquake. While the epicenter was offshore, the quake triggered a tsunami that swept across northeast Japan, killing nearly 20,000 people and causing …

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Japan’s border policy keeps thousands of foreigners in limbo

TOKYO (AP) — More than a year ago, Sebastian Bressa finished his paperwork to become a language teacher in Tokyo and planned to quit his job in Sydney. His life has been in limbo ever since. TOKYO (AP) — More than a year ago, Sebastian Bressa finished his paperwork to …

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AI to Reduce Trash Swing in Helicopter Rescues

AI to Reduce Trash Swing in Helicopter Rescues A helicopter carries a Vita Inclinata rescue kit. Vita Inclinata picture Artificial intelligence could soon help the military in critical helicopter rescue missions. Colorado-based Vita Inclinata Technologies sold 15 lifesaving systems to the military in late 2021 for testing at the Aeromedical …

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How Beijing plays the Olympics

For most of its history, China made little use of the types of competitive sports popular in the West. Qing dynasty scholars associated them with the unworthy domain of laolizhe (“people who rely on physical strength”). But, in 1895, China suffered a swift defeat in a war with Japan, which …

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The Evolution of the Monetary System, Yield Curves, and Bitcoin

Listen to this episode: In this episode of Bitcoin Magazine’s “Fed Watch” podcast, Christian Keroles and I sat down with Jeff Snider, Head of Global Investment Research at Alhambra Investments and a leading Eurodollar expert, for a conversation on the current and changing state of the global financial system. We …

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Airbus launches cargo airline with whale-shaped supercarrier

Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared on FreightWaves.com. Airbus announced on Tuesday that it is marketing its internal fleet of oversized Beluga aircraft used to transport large aircraft components between manufacturing sites to offer logistics companies and other organizations air transport for shipments. out of standard. The iconic planes are …

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Japanese-spec Nissan Skyline R32 GT-R driven by Mark Skaife auctioned in Japan

Instantaneous Only non-Australian built R32 GT-R driven by Skaife Was used in an appearance at the 1991 Macau Grand Prix Sold for AU$434,000 before bonuses UPDATE, January 24: The R32 GT-R sold out on Yahoo! Japan for JPY¥35,471,000, equivalent to AU$434,000. Revenue is only the winning bid, not including taxes …

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Kyocera SLD Laser accelerates the speed of Li-Fi

The LED industry has struggled to establish its products for Li-Fi – a Wi-Fi alternative that uses light rather than radio frequencies to transmit. Now things have gotten tougher, as a major supplier to the laser industry has demonstrated a system that transmits 100 times faster than any LED demo. …

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Art at UCL, Japanese special

Drone image of the Bouke de Vries sculpture in the UCL Japanese Garden, Copyright Richard Stonehouse Until recently, I hadn’t considered University College London as an artistic destination: sure, the campus between Euston and Warren Street is home to the pleasantly offbeat Grant Museum of Zoology and Petrie Museum of …

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The Ice Man Cometh: Everything you need to know about cryotherapy skin care

Cryotherapy is the application of very cold temperatures to the skin as a therapeutic treatment and is an evolution of cryotherapy chambers (think the exact opposite of a sauna) which are used to treat sports injuries or to promote blood circulation, healing and rejuvenation. We’ve all heard of athletes taking …

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Tonga’s underwater volcano eruption triggers tsunami warnings along Australia’s east coast | Western Magazine

Tsunami warning still in place after Tonga submarine earthquake /images/transform/v1/crop/frm/GJZ5TVpAk84wrTzsQfLQRB/b8a4bf39-a7f5-49b6-8373-24382313e880.png/r3_0_1198_675_w1200_h678_fmax.jpg Warnings issued after an underwater volcano erupted near Tonga. news, local news, 2022-01-16T09:00:00+11:00 https://players.brightcove.net/3879528182001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6291924265001 https://players.brightcove.net/3879528182001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6291924265001 After an undersea volcano erupted off Tonga on Saturday, tsunami warnings were issued on Australia’s east coast while an evacuation order was issued for Lord …

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Anchored stream – SRQist :: Article from SRQ magazine by Brittany Mattie

Trade in your trusty yoga mat for a floating BOGA board. SRQ Review | January 2022 Through Brittany Mattie In Health & Well-being FOUNDER AND SUP YOGA SRQ INSTRUCTOR, STEPHANIE OUELLETE, TAKEN BY WYATT KOSTYGAN. Canadian yoga instructor Stéphanie Ouellette recently flew south to Ottawa, Ontario, where his stand-up paddleboard …

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Vogue will launch its Philippine edition in September.

Vogue Philippines will launch on September 22 Condé Nast announced on January 10. The magazine’s Filipino title, considered an authority in the fashion industry, will be its 29e editing. Vogue is currently published in Australia, Brazil, China, Czech Republic and Slovakia, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, …

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Marie Kondo: “My greatest success? Organize the world ‘| Marie kondo

BTokyo-born Marie Kondo, 37, was 19 and studying sociology at Tokyo Woman’s Christian University when she started a consulting business to help people declutter and organize their homes. In 2014, she published her first book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up; it has been translated into 44 languages ​​and sold …

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Nicolas Cage is expecting a child with his pregnant wife Riko Shibata

Nicolas Cage and Riko Shibata. John Salangsang / Shutterstock Grow their family! Nicolas cagethe wife of, Riko shibata, is pregnant with the couple’s first child, a representative of the couple confirms to Us weekly. Cage, 57, and actress, 27, were introduced by mutual friends in Shiga, Japan, where the Golden …

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New Year’s Food – A Life Hack for 2022

New Year’s Eve is a privileged moment of celebration and conviviality. People celebrate it with different traditions and rituals, sometimes including the preparation of special dishes for New Year’s Eve. Despite the different customs and practices in place, one thing remains common: everyone wishes to ward off misfortune and hopes …

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Tariff cuts for farmers start in the new year | Western Review

Australian farmers will be able to better tap new markets thanks to the world’s largest free trade agreement that comes into force on January 1. The 15-nation FTA – known as the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership – covers 30 percent of the world’s population and 29 percent of its GDP. …

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Unveiling of the clouds of Venus

Perhaps the clouds of Venus are strewn with airborne microbes resembling sulfur-reducing autotrophs on Earth, which are able to reduce elemental sulfur to hydrogen sulfide, and therefore thrive in the absence of oxygen. . Or maybe they look like certain types of photosynthetic organisms, whose maximum uptake is blue-violet or …

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The magazine shows a softer side to inmates in their daily work

FUKUOKA – The cover of a new the magazine shows a woman sitting on an “engawa” veranda with a cup of green tea in her hand, nothing out of the ordinary. The Lutone magazine article …, titled “Nihon no Natsu, Nihoncha no Natsu” (Summer in Japan – Summer of Japanese …

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Yoko Ono: “Perhaps the most famous Japanese person in the world”

Bungei Shunju magazine, which celebrates its 100th anniversary this month, features 100 prominent Japanese people. Among them is Yoko Ono, “probably the most famous Japanese person in the world”. If fame is name recognition, it could very well be. Her relationship with one of the world’s most famous men – …

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today in history | OMCP News

Today in History Today is Thursday, December 23, the 357th day of 2021. There are eight days left in… Today in history Today is Thursday, December 23, the 357th day of 2021. There are eight days left in the year. Today’s highlight in history: On December 23, 1783, George Washington …

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Carbon-air batteries vs hydrogen storage – pv magazine international

Tokyo Tech researchers have developed a smaller and more efficient alternative to hydrogen energy storage. The system uses carbon as the energy source and demonstrates 38% greater power density and charge-discharge efficiency over 10 cycles. December 21, 2021 Marija Maisch H2/ H2O-power-to-gas-to-power systems that produce hydrogen by electrolysis and generate …

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Japanese tourists leave the International Space Station

A Japanese billionaire, his producer, and a Russian cosmonaut have left the International Space Station and headed for Earth, concluding the first self-paying space tourists visit to the orbiting outpost in more than a decade. ThroughThe Associated Press December 20, 2021, 12:06 AM • 2 minutes to read Share on …

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France’s wine exports rebound strongly from last year’s drop

IndexBox has just published a new report: ” France – Wine – Market Analysis, Forecast, Size, Trends and Outlook‘. Here is a summary of the main findings of the report. France’s wine exports are returning to pre-pandemic levels this year. Throughout January-September 2021, France’s foreign supplies reached $ 9.56 billion, …

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BACK TO THE FESTIVALS THAT LIGHT UP THE NIGHT SKIES ALL OVER THE WORLD – ANNUAL HOLIDAYS MAGAZINE

All over the world, celebrations and festivals light up the night sky at this time of year. Oil lamps lit up the night in India to symbolize the light that offers protection from spiritual darkness during the five days of the celebration of Diwali. This festival is as important to …

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Sight Magazine – The Mexican city where bauble making is a way of life

December 15, 2021 A CORRESPONDENT Tlapujahua, Mexico Reuters In Tlalpujahua, Mexico, the spirit of Christmas is ingrained in the very existence of the small town. As people around the world prepare to decorate Christmas trees and buy gifts to celebrate the holidays, in Tlalpujahua thousands of workers do the delicate …

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How to spend 24 hours in Hilo, Hawai’i Island

Discover the natural beauty and “ono” food of the East Side of the Island of Hawaii. Photo: Aaron K. Yoshino It seems like everything grows on the island of Hawai’i, from coffee beans to sweet potatoes, and nowhere is this more apparent than in Hilo. Beautifully lush, the city features …

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Australian Paul Bird among four receives IPC Paralympic Order

Australian Paul Bird among four receives IPC Paralympic Order Australian Paralympic swimmer Paul Bird one of four new recipients of the Paralympic Order, awarded by the International Paralympic Committee Friday. Bird competed in the 1980 and 1984 Paralympics. He has also served as a track and field administrator in Australia …

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Osaka mayor dined with 30 people for 3 hours despite COVID restraint requests

Osaka Mayor Ichiro Matsui, who heads the Japan Innovation Party (JIP), says he hosted an approximately three-hour dinner meeting with around 30 people, including JIP lawmakers, at the hotel of Osaka City on December 9, 2021 (Mainichi / Mirai Nagira) OSAKA – Osaka Mayor Ichiro Matsui revealed he dined with …

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Tea Time and Again: 10 local sources to soak up in style

Hanami Tea, Asheville Named after the Zen practice of admiring the beauty of cherry blossoms, it also refers to the late-night parties of modern Japan held under those same flowering trees. Hanami offers a range of 13 organic blended teas, each named after different mythological goddesses from around the world. …

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Kim Jong Un and the “Supreme Leader System” – The Diplomat

Advertising Suzuki Masayuki, the first person to earn a doctorate in North Korean politics in Japan, called the North Korean political system the “supreme leader system” (Suryeong-i), which he defined as “a system which aims to ensure the continued leadership of the Supreme Leader through the generations”, in his “Kita …

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Solomon Islands – Time to Take an Indigenous Perspective

Scenes of political unrest have become more and more frequent in the Solomon Islands, reports of riots, destruction and harsh response were a surprise to some commentators. On the other hand, connoisseurs of the geopolitics of the region have been warning him for some time, specifying “when, not if”. It …

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Yutaka Matsuzawa: Disappearance in the desert. Empty gallery

Empty Gallery is pleased to present Yutaka Matsuzawa: Disappearance in the Desert. Co-organized by Alan Longino and Reiko Tomii, and produced with the generous help of the Matsuzawa family, this exhibition represents the first glimpse into the practice of this pivotal artist in Chinese-speaking East Asia. Widely regarded as the …

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Acciona commits to supply solar power for 3 GW green hydrogen project – pv magazine Australia

Queensland government generator set Stanwell Energy and Spanish renewable energy company Acciona Energia have signed a memorandum of understanding that could see the energy produced in Aldoga Solar Farm’s 600 MWp project power a hydrogen project 3 GW green under development near Gladstone on the central Queensland coast. December 2, …

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Omicron was in the Netherlands a few days earlier than expected

BRUSSELS (AP) – The omicron variant was already in the Netherlands when South Africa alerted the World Health Organization to it last week, Dutch health authorities said on Tuesday, adding to fear and to confusion over the new version of the coronavirus BRUSSELS (AP) – The omicron variant was already …

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What we know about the Omicron COVID variant (B.1.1.529)

The departures screen displays a canceled flight to Johannesburg and a message to contact the airline for a scheduled flight to Capetown at London Heathrow Airport. The UK has announced it is banning flights from South Africa and five other southern African countries from noon Friday. Photo: Alberto Pezzali / …

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Journalist’s death sheds light on changing media landscape

The weekly Shukan Bunshun prides itself on attacking the establishment, which includes the mainstream media. A frequent target is the Asahi Shimbun, which for many is the leading liberal newspaper in Japan. In his November 11-18 issues, Shukan Bunshun published exclusives on the death of a 33-year-old Asahi journalist, whose …

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Nium partners with Queen Bee Capital for Japanese payments :: FXcompared

Valentina vitali FXC Intelligence Research Analyst Valentina is a research analyst at FXC Intelligence, FXcompared’s sister data company. Valentina is passionate about payments and fintech. Valentin likes to analyze money transfer companies and… Read more Queen Bee Capital, which is a global payment services provider, has announced that it will …

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Granato added to Hockey Hall of Fame selection committee, Gartner named president

TORONTO – The Hockey Hall of Fame has added former United States female captain Cammi Granato to its selection committee and has promoted former NHL star Mike Gartner to president. TORONTO – The Hockey Hall of Fame has added former United States female captain Cammi Granato to its selection committee …

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Australia to welcome vaccinated foreign students and workers

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) – The Australian government expects 200,000 foreign students and skilled workers vaccinated to return soon without quarantine when the country further eases pandemic restrictions next week. From Dec. CANBERRA, Australia (AP) – The Australian government expects 200,000 foreign students and skilled workers vaccinated to return soon without …

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Stuart Hogg becomes Scotland’s all-time leading try-scorer

After his brace against South Africa, Scotland captain Stuart Hogg strikes again in a 29-20 win over Japan to set an independent goalscoring record for his country Stuart Hogg becomes Scotland’s all-time leading try-scorer Stuart Hogg set a new Scotland record today after scoring against Japan at Murrayfield. The Scotland …

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Netflix releases first Queer Eye season 6 trailer – and it’s a new look for the Fab Five

November 18, 2021 – 11:30 p.m. GMT Rebecca lewis Netflix Confirms Queer Eye Season 6 Return Date strange eye is back – and the Fabulous Five are leaning heavily on their Texas venue this season. MORE: Queer Eye’s Tan France Reveals Eight Fashion Principles To Follow The first trailer dropped …

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Japan funds green hydrogen export project to South Africa

The Japanese government has provided funding to Marubeni Corporation for a green hydrogen export project in South Australia. The project will see hydrogen produced in South Australia exported to the Indo-Pacific region. The Japanese Ministry of the Environment has selected the Marubeni Corporation hydrogen production project as a pilot project, …

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Next issue of VIEW magazine on digital exclusion

The digital divide is a huge problem for communities, including the elderly, people living in poverty and those living in rural areas. Everyone deserves digital inclusion. In Northern Ireland, the community and voluntary sector called on the government to ‘tackle all the reasons for digital exclusion in Northern Ireland’. The …

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Fashion Magazines Market Size and Outlook 2028 | Best Companies – Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, Cosmopolitan, W, Glamor, Teen Vogue, Allure, InStyle, Marie Claire, GQ,

New Jersey, United States, – A recent market research report added to the repository of verified market reports is an in-depth analysis of the Fashion magazine market. Based on the analysis of the historical growth and current scenario of the Fashion Magazine market, the report intends to offer actionable information …

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Global Dabigatran Etexilate Market Insights Report 2021-2027 – Chip Design Magazine

Market Research Store added a global Dabigatran Etexilate market research report that provides detailed analysis of various elements influencing the Dabigatran Etexilate market. The report includes market opportunities, growth drivers, risks, challenges, restraints, and threats in the Dabigatran Etexilate Market. The most recent research report also includes analysis of manufacturing …

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Best whiskey Christmas gift ideas to buy in Australia

Master of Malt Scotch Whiskey Advent Calendar, Master of Malt $ 229.23 Alcoholic advent calendars are fast becoming a popular addition to annual holiday traditions – and they are selling out fast! This impressive Scotch Whiskey Advent Calendar includes 24 different 30ml wax-sealed Scotch whiskey samples from various distilleries and …

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UN warns of ‘climate catastrophe’ as part of latest plans

The United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) has warned that the world is, despite more ambitious decarbonization commitments, on track to catastrophic climate change. Its assessment reveals that recent national plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions are far from keeping warming within the 1.5 ° C target. UNEP said that even …

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An interview with the unstoppable Alodia Gosiengfiao

SWAGGER had the opportunity to chat with Filipino actress, model, entrepreneur, TV presenter and vlogger Alodia Gosiengfiao. Popularly known as Senpai Alodia of the Philippines, Alodia has made a name for herself in recent years as a prolific cosplayer, Facebook streamer, and Instagram star. In today’s interview, we asked Alodia …

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Farmers seek to re-engage in CPTPP

Farmers involved in a virtual Farmers for Free Trade Roundtable on October 14 representing corn, pork, beef and dairy farms, all supported a more multilateral approach to trade, such as reintegrating the ‘Comprehensive and progressive agreement for the trans-Pacific, the predecessor of the TPP. An inward approach could leave American …

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Flashtalking is recruiting two seniors in Asia

Flashtalking by Mediaocean has announced two appointments aimed at strengthening the team in Japan and Asia-Pacific. Tiffany Foxwell has been appointed as the new Head of Client Services, JAPAC, while Eva Ericksen will be Head of Creative Development, JAPAC. The hires follow the recent acquisition of Flashtalking by the global …

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Evans and Norrie progress in the Californian heat

From a British perspective, Dan Evans, Cameron Norrie and Andy Murray are the center of attention at the BNP Paribas Masters events in Indian Wells, all three having claimed victories in their opener. It was satisfying to see how I dealt with the adversity a bit after the first set …

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Arielle Assouline-Lichten designs furniture for everyone

Brooklyn-based designer Arielle Assouline-Lichten was trained in architecture at Harvard Graduate School of Design and has a substantial resume that includes work for international companies such as Bjarke Ingels Group, Snøhetta, and Kengo Kuma and Associates. Except, says Assouline-Lichten, “I didn’t even go to an architecture school when I wanted …

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Japan’s digital agency gears up for government service as such

Japan is preparing to digitize government services. On September 1, Japan launched a new digital agency, a branch of government that oversees the long-awaited digitization of the country’s public services. Japanese politician Takuya Hirai will head the agency while Yoko Ishikura, professor emeritus at Hitotsubashi University, will head the agency. …

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Meet the Dallas 500: Cindy Tran

Since joining Slalom 10 years ago, Cindy Tran has held four positions with the company. She assumed her current role as CEO just months after the onset of the global pandemic. She oversees the accounts receivable management team and fosters relationships with clients and the community. As a first generation …

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Safety, agility and productivity in fastening technology

Safety, agility and productivity in fastening technology 05 October 2021 By Thomas Holland-Letz, Technical Director of Construction Fixings Europe (CFE) ETAs in the fastening industry are often driven by customer demands. Based on the information contained in the ETA, specifiers, designers and contractors can safely and efficiently select the most …

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