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China: the overly sensitive superpower

Asiatimes 21 Sep 2021
On the battlefield of world public opinion, it would lose a skirmish. By concealing information that could shed light on Covid’s origins, then, China is essentially saying that avoiding international criticism is more important to it than helping the world prevent future pandemics – pandemics that could kill many Chinese people, wherever they began.
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Grime-loving bacteria could save priceless art

Popular Science 21 Sep 2021
But the earliest applications of this idea of “biocleaning”—using microorganisms to consume and clear debris from the surface of stonework and artwork—originates with Giancarlo Ranalli in the 1990s ... The cemetery was bombed during World War II, and the original plaster paintings were hastily removed in chunks using gauze and animal glue.
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JETRO Partners with Premier US Accelerators to Promote Rising Japanese Startups in the Global Market

The Argus Press 21 Sep 2021
Techstars, Alchemist, Cambridge Innovation Center, Plug and Play, Berkeley SkyDeck, and World Innovation Lab will all support startups of various growth stages via these courses ... This course will be run by Berkeley SkyDeck, which is a world leader in startups originating from universities ... This article originally ran on businesswire.com.
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VOX POPULI: How one man’s genius paved the way for more accessible spaces

Asahi News 21 Sep 2021
The system was originally developed in Japan by Seiichi Miyake (1926-1982) and eventually spread around the world. Miyake saw action overseas during World War II ... From a block embedded in a memorial plaque, I learned that the color of the original blocks was gray but was later ...
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Covid death toll in US surpasses that of the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic

The Independent 21 Sep 2021
While the country and the world at large have made leaps in scientific knowledge since the 1918 pandemic, several challenges, including widespread vaccine hesitancy and poor leadership in communicating the benefits of vaccines, are said to have prolonged the pandemic.
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Kena: Bridge of Spirits Is a Visual Paradigm Shift Like Super Mario 64

The Escapist 21 Sep 2021
While the gameplay itself can’t quite keep up with the staggering visuals — which if I’m being honest, seemed like an impossible task from the start — Kena artfully unravels a world that I want to explore as slowly and thoroughly as possible, simply because I don’t want it to end.
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Portal to Ascension 4 Day Conference goes live in October

MENA FN 21 Sep 2021
(MENAFN - GetNews) Join 1000's of people around the world for this online summit to co-create reality with the full disclosure of humanity's ancient origins, our spiritual essence, the nature of ... .
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Rise of the 'Chief Empathy Officer': global leaders prioritise wellbeing and ESG commitments

The Maryville Daily Times 21 Sep 2021
LONDON, Sept ... This comes as they express their fears about the economic impact of the pandemic ... Our Global Virtual Care proposition gives access to doctors wherever they are in the world ... For more information on Bupa Global's world-leading products and services visit www.bupaglobal.com. View original content ... SOURCE Bupa Global ... All Rights Reserved ....
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Daniel Craig has given us ‘woke’ James Bond, says Charlie Higson

The Observer 21 Sep 2021
“We’re very conscious of what’s going on in the world at the moment, but we’re still storytellers, we’re still trying to entertain an audience.” ... “Would the original Bond survive in our modern world, or would cancel culture succeed where Spectre has failed so often and finish him off for good,” he writes in the Radio Times ...I never had a plan B’ ... .
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A bite of Mid-Autumn Festival: What other delicacies are there besides mooncakes?

China.dot.org 21 Sep 2021
The festival around the world. Mid-Autumn Festival in China originated from old moon worshipping tradition from ancient times, it has at least over 3,000 years history ... The atmosphere of the Mid-Autumn Festival around the world is strengthened every year, which reflects Chinese tradition and the influence of Chinese culture worldwide.  .
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Republic of Ireland v Australia: All you need to know

RTE 21 Sep 2021
Final prep for World Cup journey ... Pauw is planning ahead for the World Cup qualifiers ... With the Irish side's qualifier against Georgia postponed from its original date last week, a strong Australia, ranked 11th in the world, provide a crucial final friendly fixture this evening.
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US Vice-Prez Kamala Harris to meet PM Narendra Modi on September 23

Business Line 21 Sep 2021
Harris is the first-ever person of Indian origin to be elected as the Vice-President of the United States. During this week, when world leaders will gather in New York to attend the annual session of the UN General Assembly, Harris, according to the White House, is scheduled to ...
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US Vice-President Kamala Harris to meet PM Narendra Modi on September 23

The Telegraph India 21 Sep 2021
Harris is the first-ever person of Indian origin to be elected as the vice-president of the United States. During this week, when world leaders will gather in New York to attend the annual session of the UN General Assembly, Harris, according to the White House, is scheduled to ...
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Daniel Craig has given us a tender and ‘woke’ 007, Young Bond author Charlie Higson says

The Independent 21 Sep 2021
“Would the original Bond survive in our modern world, or would cancel culture succeed where Spectre has failed so often and finish him off for good?” the author asked. Daniel Craig in ‘No Time To Die' ... “We’re very conscious of what’s going on in the world at the moment, but we’re still storytellers, we’re still trying to entertain an audience.” ... .
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Out of the red

The News International 21 Sep 2021
That said, Covid politics must be put aside by Western countries which form the so-called world community and try to exclude countries such as China and Russia despite their scientific advancement ... The future of Afghanistan and its people has become a question that the world struggles to answer.
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