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Sunday, July 19, 2015
Bulgaria's Valley of Thracian Kings guards its secrets from modern visitors
In the fields of Bulgaria they are everywhere -- hundreds of mounds like huge molehills concealing the gold-filled tombs of ancient kings who left no other trace of their rule.
Saturday, July 18, 2015
Out of 494 contestants hailing from a dozen countries, 15 artists were shortlisted yesterday to compete in the final round of the Taiwan Fashion Design Award (TFDA).
Thursday, July 16, 2015
HTC Corp. (宏達電) has given a more specific but not finalized schedule to launch a consumer version of its virtual reality headset later this year, according to a UK-based technology news site.
Old Uruguayan meat plant gets heritage status
A dilapidated food processing plant built in the 19th century on the banks of the Uruguay River to process and export meat to Europe may seem an unlikely candidate for status as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Twitter has the potential to vastly improve as a tool for real-time news and information, according to co-founder and current board member Evan Williams.
Monday, July 13, 2015
Disappointment awaits migrants fleeing to Greece
They arrive full of hope and ambition to idyllic Greek islands, having fled war and other perils. However, once in Athens the migrants from Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq discover a country in crisis with little to offer them.
Guam's battle against destructive coconut rhinoceros beetles stalled
Guam's war against the coconut rhinoceros beetles, which have ravaged many coconut trees, has become more challenging, an expert said.
Sunday, July 12, 2015
Taiwanese, mainland students on rural teaching mission
Hundreds of college students from Taiwan and mainland China embarked on a volunteer journey Saturday that will see them travel to rural areas in the two countries over the summer to teach less advantaged youngsters.
Saturday, July 11, 2015
The rise of the sneaker subject of new museum exhibit
The sneaker is a force in fashion, music and sports, but where did it all begin? With the rubber tree, of course, and that's where senior curator Elizabeth Semmelhack ventured for a new exhibit, "The Rise of Sneaker Culture," at the Brooklyn Museum.
Thursday, July 9, 2015
Londoners opt for boats over expensive housing
Rocketing housing costs in Britain's capital have fueled a surge in Londoners seeking cheaper accommodation on boats, with increased numbers putting pressure on the city's historic network of rivers and canals.
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