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China is Leading the World in Alternative Energy

The United States Congress passed the Clean Air Act in 1970 because of polluted rivers, lakes, and dense, visible smog in many U.S. cities and industrial centers.  739 more words


Ronald Young: Passion, networking and moral imperative are the key ingredients to success in cross-border cooperation

An expert on public management reform, blogger and art collector, resident for the past decade in Romania and Bulgaria, Ronald unveils his personal impressions of both people; his criticism of Europeanised elites and EC funding programmes; and his hope that more cross-border effort could help both countries achieve their frustrated ambitions… 5,354 more words

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The Difference between Chinese vs English Poetry

Su Kent says, “In my opinion, the essence of classical Chinese poetry is more difficult and allusive. Because of the nature of Chinese characters, each line can express utmost meanings in limited words. 418 more words


Lydia (Loved By The People)

Necklaces, bracelets, and earrings spread across the table in the conference room before the session began. Each piece so different in its construction- tangible evidence of the beautiful energy radiating from the quietly strong woman standing next to me. 1,060 more words

The Power of Derp

“There’s battle lines being drawn. Nobody’s right if everybody’s wrong.” – Buffalo Springfield

In 1979, Hal Ashby* directed Peter Sellers in a film called Being There. 1,278 more words



One thing that’s struck me lately is just how lost people are around us. We live in a sin-cursed world, but I’ve been pretty sheltered all my life. 304 more words


AROSA – JEWISH GUESTS: Swiss tourist industry challenged by cultural differences



Simon Bradley

AUGUST 16, 2017 4:56 PMAUG 16, 2017 – 16:56

A Chinese tourist walks through the Swiss mountain resort of Lauterbrunnen


The recent incident at an Arosa hotel, which had put up a sign instructing Jewish guests to shower before using the swimming pool, has raised the question of how well Swiss hotel and tourism staff are geared up to cater for visitors from other cultures. 691 more words