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NFTs turn Japanese manga and anime into true art

TOKYO – Blockchain technology is bringing new business value to Japanese manga and anime culture, turning illustrations into true works of art, raising funds for artists, and fostering the growth of the market and related businesses. The recent boom in NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, helps verify the provenance and authenticity …

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Europe faces Airbus vs air miles decision for chips

The European Commission is reviewing the revitalization of chip manufacturing in the region. It’s hard to imagine an industry more globalized than chip manufacturing. The devices themselves probably fly more air miles than any other product. Worth more than their weight in gold, airlifting even half-finished tokens from one country …

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The era of nuclear-powered Bitcoin has arrived

As bitcoin miners search for ways to go green, aging nuclear power plants offer what they are looking for: cheap, carbon-free energy. But what about radioactive waste? Cryptocurrency miners, who were criticized for generating significant carbon emissions, appear to have found a solution: partner with aging nuclear power plants and …

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How do they impact Bitcoin commerce and regulations?

The world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange in terms of trading volume, Binance, faced huge outrage after many countries banned the company from carrying out any regulated activity. The news has become particularly important in the UK The country’s financial watchdog, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), announced in June 2021 that Binance …

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Famous Photographer Stephen Dupont Denounces MGM’s “Burial” of Minamata in North America

Minamata, the latest film from director, producer and artist Andrew Levitas, was released this week in Japan, following successful screenings in Australia, New Zealand, UK, Ireland, Russia and at several European film festivals these last months. Levitas’ 115-minute film is an authoritative and sensitive dramatization of the decades-long industrial poisoning …

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Prudential Financial seeks America’s best young visionaries

Prudential Emerging Visionaries will reward students aged 14-18 who have innovative solutions to societal and financial challenges. Sep 24, 2021 Applications have been opened for Prudential Emerging Visionaries, a program that celebrates young people bringing new perspectives and innovative solutions to pressing financial and societal challenges in their communities. The …

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Australia-India Emissions Technology Agreement | Western Review

Australia has entered into an agreement with India to support the sharing of low-emission technologies between the two countries. Prime Minister Scott Morrison met with Indian leader Narendra Modi in Washington ahead of the first face-to-face talks with leaders from Japan and the United States. A new Australia-India technology partnership …

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InMoment appoints Eric Weight as VP Solutions Consulting

Experience enhancing brand InMoment announced that Eric Weight has joined the company as vice president of solutions consulting to support expansion in Southeast Asia and Japan. Weight joins InMoment to help lead expansion and advise companies in transforming their customer experiences. Over the past three years, InMoment has made significant …

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DNA analysis rewrites ancient history of Japan | Smart News

About 71% of the ancestry of modern Japanese people comes from the newly identified population of the Kofun period. Shigeki Nakagome The ancestors of modern Japanese populations came from three distinct groups who arrived on the island in three different time periods, according to new DNA analysis. Previous research had …

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How Ibrahim Kamara found his place in fashion

Beyond the covers Mr. Kamara’s work tends to flirt at the intersection of raw realism, pop culture tropes, and the alternate realities he creates. Of his first covers for Dazed, one spotlighted fit Nigerian activists holding their national flag; another showed a young black man in a Gucci tracksuit and …

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International travel could be back in December | Western Review

International travel could be back in December /images/transform/v1/crop/frm/R7sDaMurkWxVpij7Babdbr/a2949948-d880-4e43-a3f8-1dcb124d38fb.png/r4_0_1597_900_w1200_h678_fmax.jpg All the news you need to know this morning. news, national, 2021-09-04T08: 00: 00 + 10: 00 https://players.brightcove.net/3879528182001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6270816648001 https://players.brightcove.net/3879528182001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6270816648001 NSW has been warned to expect the number of COVID cases to continue to rise over the next several weeks, while this week …

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King Khan – SUPPLEMENTS

It’s time to Klap The past 16 months have robbed us of many simple pleasures; it’s not just about dining out or gorging on gourmet food, it’s the freedom to socialize at will without executing elaborate plans and the joys of group dining with old friends reconnecting with new cuisines …

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Dividend Payments See Global Recovery to $ 471.7 Billion

Global dividends rebounded 26.3% year-on-year to $ 471.7 billion, with payments expected to reach pre-pandemic levels in the coming year. The payout has been increased due to delayed dividends in early 2020, higher payouts and a positive exchange rate. A Janus Henderson Global Dividend Index report shows that corporate dividend …

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Claesson Koivisto Rune In Japan – TLmagazine

Bukowski presents Claesson Koivisto Rune In Japan, an exhibition and auction of pieces from the famous Swedish architecture and design studio Claesson Koivisto Rune. Founded in 1995 by MÃ¥rten Claesson, Eero Koivisto and Ola Rune, the studio has established a long-standing collaboration and association with Japan. The exhibition highlights the …

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A collective strategy for physics in Africa

Faïrouz Malek recounts that after obtaining her doctorate in nuclear and particle physics at the University of Grenoble in 1990, she “had only one idea: to return home” to Algeria. But then, just over a year later, a coup in his country sparked a civil war that did not end …

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Dickey’s Drives Significant International Growth in Q2

Dallas, TX, July 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – As the world’s largest barbecue concept, Dickey’s Barbecue Pit continues to bring its slow-smoked meats and savory sides to more markets around the world. Dickey’s opened 63 branches in the second quarter alone, including three overseas in Singapore, Japan and the Yas …

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Tokyo 2021 preview: Japan sends powerful squad

Judo is coming home to the Tokyo Olympics, and the Japanese team is under a world of pressure. Luckily for the host nation, this group of powerful athletes is eager to grasp the significance of this moment in their sport, which was born in Japan and introduced to the Olympics …

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ABC announces recipients of its first songwriters commission

The ABC has announced the recipients of its inaugural Songwriters Commissions Fund, with 15 grants totaling $ 90,000. The commissions will support a wide range of voices and themes, including female, indigenous, culturally and linguistically diverse, and LGBTQI + composers. Eric Avery. Photograph © Matthew Lorenzon / ABC Classic The …

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The Theory and Practice of Marxism in Japan

The JCP has changed dramatically for two reasons. First of all, from the mid-1930s and the real fascist transition in Japan – without going deep into the debates around the historiography of world fascism, whether Japan is called fascist, etc. – the JCP was not only outlawed: it was tracked …

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Japanese teachers are fed up with staying after school

A bureaucrat from the Department of Education had a brilliant idea. Education is at a crossroads. The dizzyingly rapid change causes a squeaky mechanism to adapt or die. Schools struggle to stay relevant. Digitization is advancing, but not at a rapid pace. Content review is in progress but stops. Teaching, …

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A Brief History of UFOs in Japan – The Diplomat

Publicity On June 24, the International UFO Laboratory was established in the UFO Interactive Hall in the Iinomachi District of Fukushima Prefecture, in commemoration of World UFO Day. The lab is Japan’s first and only research institute dedicated to unidentified flying objects (UFOs), and the interactive room exhibits some 3,000 …

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Unique ways to celebrate World Chocolate Day

A warm, indulgent cup of rich cocoa on a drizzle of winter’s evening, a deliciously decadent dessert at your favorite restaurant, or a cheeky bite of your favorite chocolate bar secreted from your stash – no matter how you get your dose of chocolate goodness, you don’t need to justify …

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N-type solar development – pv magazine International

N-type capacity Orders for n-type products remain low. Manufacturers are mainly preparing for n-type technology this year, with capacity significantly higher than production. After expanding, mono PERC is now seeing signs of declining profitability. Several manufacturers have revealed that they will stop adding PERC capacity because it is already excess. …

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The rise of Kazuki Himeno

As he embarks on a Super Rugby final with the Highlanders, we study the Japanese superstar The rise of Kazuki Himeno A buoy in the torrent of gold, you would never believe that this was the debut of the 22-year-old’s Test. But as the Australian dots multiplied and rapidly in …

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