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Kauli focuses on supporting women in Tanzania, who are mainly their employees. Some of the perks include living wages, health care, training, community meetings, empowerment seminars and more. In addition, sales from the fashion lines go into TEACH, which stands for Time to Empower Africa’s C… http://goo.gl/N8FC1V

Ethereal Ethical Handbags

Kauli focuses on supporting women in Tanzania, who are mainly their employees. Some of the perks include living wages, health care, training, community meetings, empowerment seminars and more. In addition, sales from the fashion lines go into TEACH, which stands for Time to Empower Africa’s C… http://goo.gl/N8FC1V

Jackie Chan to Visit Romania to Promote Chinese Film Festival

Action hero Jackie Chan will be visiting Romania in September reported the website Romania-Insider on Tuesday.
The actor, director, producer, screenwriter and some time singer is, according to Romanian news media, the star name attached to open the Chinese Film Days festival that will take plac… http://goo.gl/EuUEqF

Jackie Chan to Visit Romania to Promote Chinese Film Festival

Action hero Jackie Chan will be visiting Romania in September reported the website Romania-Insider on Tuesday.
The actor, director, producer, screenwriter and some time singer is, according to Romanian news media, the star name attached to open the Chinese Film Days festival that will take plac… http://goo.gl/EuUEqF

Anita Stewart Shines Spotlight on Country’s Bounty with Food Day Canada

Anita Stewart is putting a nationwide spotlight on Canadian cuisine in an annual event that celebrates the country’s bounty.
Food Day Canada, which the culinary activist started more than a decade ago, is a chance to praise farmers, fishers, chefs, researchers and home cooks.
Stewart has worked … http://goo.gl/5Y2PDb

Anita Stewart Shines Spotlight on Country’s Bounty with Food Day Canada

Anita Stewart is putting a nationwide spotlight on Canadian cuisine in an annual event that celebrates the country’s bounty.
Food Day Canada, which the culinary activist started more than a decade ago, is a chance to praise farmers, fishers, chefs, researchers and home cooks.
Stewart has worked … http://goo.gl/5Y2PDb

"Hayy" Girl! Music Festival Shines Light on Promising & Prominent Arab, African Female Singer

Growing up, Algerian musician Hasna El-Bécharia’s father banned her from playing the guitar.
“He said that it was only for men,” she said. “I used to wait until he is out and practice the guitar on the rooftop of our house.”
Radiating energy, El-Bécharia took the stage at El-Geneina Theatre, Thu… http://goo.gl/Yduie9

"Hayy" Girl! Music Festival Shines Light on Promising & Prominent Arab, African Female Singer

Growing up, Algerian musician Hasna El-Bécharia’s father banned her from playing the guitar.
“He said that it was only for men,” she said. “I used to wait until he is out and practice the guitar on the rooftop of our house.”
Radiating energy, El-Bécharia took the stage at El-Geneina Theatre, Thu… http://goo.gl/Yduie9

Rich Pickings in Mexico City

In Mexico City’s Centro Historico are the remnants of the Templo Mayor, one of the main Aztec temples of their capital Tenochtitlan. You can see six layers of the temple’s walls – the temple rebuilt six times, each time bigger to cover the last as it started to sink into the… http://goo.gl/mAlnjv

Rich Pickings in Mexico City

In Mexico City’s Centro Historico are the remnants of the Templo Mayor, one of the main Aztec temples of their capital Tenochtitlan. You can see six layers of the temple’s walls – the temple rebuilt six times, each time bigger to cover the last as it started to sink into the… http://goo.gl/mAlnjv

Welcome to the Second Last Bookshop

An Oxford independent bookshop is branching out by going back to its roots.
A new branch of The Last Bookshop is set to reopen today in Jericho, just yards from the store’s first site on Walton Street.
Owners Jake Pumphrey and Nick Walsh also manage a wholesale business from a warehouse near A… http://goo.gl/6FoI9o

Welcome to the Second Last Bookshop

An Oxford independent bookshop is branching out by going back to its roots.
A new branch of The Last Bookshop is set to reopen today in Jericho, just yards from the store’s first site on Walton Street.
Owners Jake Pumphrey and Nick Walsh also manage a wholesale business from a warehouse near A… http://goo.gl/6FoI9o

Flavors From the Rock of Polynesia

Flavors from the Rock of Polynesia
Auckland, New Zealand -30 July 2014. Niue is full of surprises and possibly none less than its fantastic food scene, which draws on fresh local produce from the land and sea.
Niue’s inaugural food festival kicks off this September and will run from 19-22 S… http://goo.gl/XarD0y

Flavors From the Rock of Polynesia

Flavors from the Rock of Polynesia
Auckland, New Zealand -30 July 2014. Niue is full of surprises and possibly none less than its fantastic food scene, which draws on fresh local produce from the land and sea.
Niue’s inaugural food festival kicks off this September and will run from 19-22 S… http://goo.gl/XarD0y

Going With the Flow in Helsinki

Flow Festival, one of the most significant summer festivals of music and art in Finland and northern Europe, opens in Helsinki next month. Held in historic Suvilahti, a former power plant area, from Aug. 8 to 10, it will feature 120 music acts from around the world performing on Flow’s eight s… http://goo.gl/A1dc3C

Going With the Flow in Helsinki

Flow Festival, one of the most significant summer festivals of music and art in Finland and northern Europe, opens in Helsinki next month. Held in historic Suvilahti, a former power plant area, from Aug. 8 to 10, it will feature 120 music acts from around the world performing on Flow’s eight s… http://goo.gl/A1dc3C

Iceland’s Exciting Culinary Adventure

“Modern Icelandic cuisine emphasizes fresh, local ingredients, despite the country’s geographically isolated location. On a recent trip, I experienced this first-hand: I saw a puffin, ate puffin; saw a whale, ate whale; saw a reindeer, and ate reindeer.
When Iceland Air announced a direct … http://goo.gl/YbDNFy

Iceland’s Exciting Culinary Adventure

“Modern Icelandic cuisine emphasizes fresh, local ingredients, despite the country’s geographically isolated location. On a recent trip, I experienced this first-hand: I saw a puffin, ate puffin; saw a whale, ate whale; saw a reindeer, and ate reindeer.
When Iceland Air announced a direct … http://goo.gl/YbDNFy

Building Smart Cities the Indian Way

Today more than half of the world’s population lives in cities. The crystal ball tells us that by 2050, only 14 per cent of the people in ‘have-more’ countries will live outside urban agglomerations and the number will be only 33 per cent in ‘have-less’ countries. According to a study of the MIT… http://goo.gl/u3NEz3

Building Smart Cities the Indian Way

Today more than half of the world’s population lives in cities. The crystal ball tells us that by 2050, only 14 per cent of the people in ‘have-more’ countries will live outside urban agglomerations and the number will be only 33 per cent in ‘have-less’ countries. According to a study of the MIT… http://goo.gl/u3NEz3

Artist Tobias Stierli Helps Vegetarian Restaurant Launch New Location

Hiltl is a vegetarian restaurant located in Zurich, Switzerland, that is opening a new location by lakeside resorts; to celebrate, a series of inflatable vegetables have been created. Appropriate considering the water bound setting, these inflatable vegetables are deliciously surreal and… http://goo.gl/5nDP8q

Artist Tobias Stierli Helps Vegetarian Restaurant Launch New Location

Hiltl is a vegetarian restaurant located in Zurich, Switzerland, that is opening a new location by lakeside resorts; to celebrate, a series of inflatable vegetables have been created. Appropriate considering the water bound setting, these inflatable vegetables are deliciously surreal and… http://goo.gl/5nDP8q

Minister Sees Tintern Art on Display

The Minister for Culture and Sport, John Griffiths AM, formally opened an exhibition of world-renowned artworks at Chepstow Museum on Monday (July 28).
The exhibition, featuring paintings by JMW Turner, Samuel Palmer, Thomas Gainsborough, Edward Dayes, Thomas Girtin, Francis Towne, and many… http://goo.gl/KzGv5c

Minister Sees Tintern Art on Display

The Minister for Culture and Sport, John Griffiths AM, formally opened an exhibition of world-renowned artworks at Chepstow Museum on Monday (July 28).
The exhibition, featuring paintings by JMW Turner, Samuel Palmer, Thomas Gainsborough, Edward Dayes, Thomas Girtin, Francis Towne, and many… http://goo.gl/KzGv5c

Bamboo Business Weaves a Brighter Future for Malawian Youth

Back in 2005, the future didn’t look too bright for Rosebill Satha-Sambo. Just over 20 years old, the young Malawian fell onto hard times after losing her job. Penniless and out of work, she’d found herself having to raise two baby daughters with no income coming in.
To survive,… http://goo.gl/SVmpPa

Bamboo Business Weaves a Brighter Future for Malawian Youth

Back in 2005, the future didn’t look too bright for Rosebill Satha-Sambo. Just over 20 years old, the young Malawian fell onto hard times after losing her job. Penniless and out of work, she’d found herself having to raise two baby daughters with no income coming in.
To survive,… http://goo.gl/SVmpPa

Europe’s Largest Whale Museum to Open in Reykjavík

Whales of Iceland, a museum set to open in Reykjavík in mid-August, will be the largest of its kind in Europe. In total there will be 23 to-scale model whales in its main exhibition, representing every kind of whale found off the shores of Iceland, Morgunblaðið reports.
The models were designed … http://goo.gl/FCrhpR

Europe’s Largest Whale Museum to Open in Reykjavík

Whales of Iceland, a museum set to open in Reykjavík in mid-August, will be the largest of its kind in Europe. In total there will be 23 to-scale model whales in its main exhibition, representing every kind of whale found off the shores of Iceland, Morgunblaðið reports.
The models were designed … http://goo.gl/FCrhpR

Muslims Mark End of Ramadan With Eid Celebrations

Millions of Muslims across the world celebrated the first day of the Eid al-Fitr holiday Monday, which marks the end of the monthlong fast of Ramadan.
The three-day-long Eid al-Fitr holiday is a time to celebrate the completion of Ramadan, a month devoted to worship and repentance during which… http://goo.gl/I6iMNB

Muslims Mark End of Ramadan With Eid Celebrations

Millions of Muslims across the world celebrated the first day of the Eid al-Fitr holiday Monday, which marks the end of the monthlong fast of Ramadan.
The three-day-long Eid al-Fitr holiday is a time to celebrate the completion of Ramadan, a month devoted to worship and repentance during which… http://goo.gl/I6iMNB