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How Greece Is Stopping China’s Plan For World Domination

Over the last 2 decades, China has been rapidly monopolizing every aspect of world trade. From buying out the worlds ports in almost every country on the planet, to being the worlds supplier of nearly 30% of the worlds goods, … Continue reading

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Vietnam vs COVID-19: Round 2 | Medium

The Southeast Asian nation has, once again, been a shining example of how to quickly and effectively control the spread of COVID-19. A COVID-19 safety poster is displayed in a park in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Translation: “COVID-19 pandemic … Continue reading

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Shelters of People Experiencing Houselessness Are Photographed within Affluent Residences to Demonstrate Inequality

Whether opulent or minimalist in style, the houses that Jana Sophia Nolle photographs are displays of wealth. Plush rugs cover hardwood, hardback editions line built-in bookshelves, and tall windows reach from floor to ceiling. Even the stark rooms with few sculptures … Continue reading

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The Infrastructure Projects Uniting Europe

These multi-billion Euro infrastructure projects are connecting hundreds of millions of people and driving further economic growth across the European Union. This video is powered by Bluebeam – https://bit.ly/3603xIr Full story here – https://www.theb1m.com/video/the-infr…

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We Have No Garbage Day in Amsterdam!

With the underground containers found in most neighbourhoods in Amsterdam, “garbage day” is a thing of the past. And good riddance! This video talks about some of the benefits of these containers, and how I don’t miss garbage day … … Continue reading

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Amayadori: Tadao Ando’s Circular Public Restroom Incorporates an Engawa

walking North from Shibuya Station brings you to Jingu-dori Park and the south entrance of the toilet The Tokyo Toilet project continues to make progress with the latest designer public restroom by Tadao Ando (previously) opening last week. Ando’s design features … Continue reading

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Climate 101: Ozone Depletion | National Geographic

Far above Earth’s surface, the ozone layer helps to protect life from harmful ultraviolet radiation. Learn what CFCs are, how they have contributed to the ozone hole, and how the 1989 Montreal Protocol sought to put an end to ozone … Continue reading

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Japan Officially Reveals Flying Car

The flying car has been the promise of science fiction and technology expos since the 30s when an airplane engineer decided to try and make a plane drivable on the road. Since then there have been numerous false starts and … Continue reading

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RSA Shorts – The Attention Economy

How to keep freedom of attention in the times of digital distraction… The Royal Society of Arts commission, based on a lecture of James Williams. Director: Olga Makarchuk Animation: Olga Makarchuk, Kim Alexander Colouring Assistance: Anna Makarchuk AFX Compositing/Sound Design: … Continue reading

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Listed ladies reveals the fight for the women’s loo

Bankhill ladies toilets, Berwick upon Tweed. © Historic England. Ladies loo listing reveals historical gender imbalance of spending a penny – and a look at more listed lavs The recent Grade II listing of a pair of Victorian and Edwardian … Continue reading

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