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The orders have been sudden, dramatic and often baffling. Last week, “American Idol”-style competitions and shows featuring men deemed too effeminate were banned by Chinese authorities. Days earlier, one of China’s wealthiest actresses, Zhao Wei, had her movies, television series and news mentions scrubbed from the Internet as if she had never existed.

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Some companies are experiencing a great difficulty in accepting the stark reality, i.e. flexible and hybrid working methods which are here to stay. There are leaders who are still clinged to the old norms are not seeing the broader picture and are thus missing a big opportunity. The global executive search firms in Canada maintain that the flexibility is good for people as well as the business or

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Zen Ong wanted to reimagine Indonesian cuisine for Angelenos, and for a little over a year, he did so with Inda, an artful tasting-menu pop-up. The former E.P. & /L.P. pastry chef grilled and smoked mushrooms for vegan rendang. He fried flower-shaped kembang goyang crackers and topped them with roe, raw scallops and a rainbow of edible petals. He buried grilled sustainable fish under curried swee

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On Sept. 7, 2021, El Salvador will become the first country to make bitcoin legal tender. The government even went a step further in promoting the cryptocurrency’s use by giving $30 in free bitcoins to citizens who sign up for its national digital wallet, known as Chivo, or “cool” in English. Foreigners who invest three bitcoins in the country—currently about $140,000—will be granted residency.

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Dutchie Dirt Moving supplies all sizes and levels of squashed stone, sand, rock, tear rap, and waterway sand to development organizations all through the domain of Lethbridge, Alberta. It has developed tidal ponds and burrows, building cushions for horse shelters, shops, and feedlots, shaped and evened out the land for field seepage and put in waste trenches, set pipelines, and gave destruction a

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The millionaires and billionaires of California’s tech industry have become reliable donors to Democratic politicians in recent decades, and most cash flowing from Silicon Valley into 2021’s recall race has gone to oppose the recall and support Gov. Gavin Newsom. But a handful of tech investors and entrepreneurs rank among the top donors to the recall cause, alongside Orange County conservative o

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Clifton’s Republic, also known as Clifton’s Brookdale, Clifton’s Cafeteria, or just plain Clifton’s, originally opened during the Depression in 1935. Owner Clifford Clinton (“Clifton’s” is a portmanteau of his first and last names) notably gave away meals to those who couldn’t afford to pay, and at the peak of Clifton’s popularity in the 1940s, 10,000 people a day could file through the doors at

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On the night before Independent Shakespeare Co. was to stage its press preview for “The Tempest,” vandals snuck onto the Griffith Park set and destroyed it. They smashed the lights and cut all the cables, causing about $15,000 in damage. Artistic Director David Melville got a call from the city the following morning and rushed to the site of the Griffith Park Free Shakespeare Festival.

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There are few better ways to escape California’s long, dry summers than lounging by a cool, clear lake. But if Big Bear and Arrowhead have become too familiar, head four hours north to Bass, Shaver and Huntington, lush mountain lakes in the central Sierra. These beautiful alpine destinations — each with its own vibe — are a short drive from one another, making a tour of all three doable in less t

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The fall TV season isn’t what it used to be — the other three seasons have long since caught up — but the months between now and year’s end still bring an embarrassment of riches. And we’re not just talking about the Roys. From the long-awaited second season of “The Morning Show” to another “Real Housewives” scandal to a new entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to the saga of a media magnate’s

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Expanding your Expanding your business to Canada can be very dauting and challenging. The very first step is familiarizing yourself with the rules and regulations of the country. You will also have to understand the local labor laws and labour practices. It is also important to find out whether there are any laws that restricts…

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Over the last year, we’ve all become pros of sorts when it comes to entertaining outdoors. But hosting a dinner when it’s hot out is an entirely different matter. Cold food loses its appetizing chill too quickly, and piping-hot food just leaves the host drenched in sweat in the kitchen as the guests arrive. You want food that is made for casual, air-temperature grazing while friends sip cocktails

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Before the women’s marathon was added to the program at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics, the longest race for female runners was the 1,500 meters — and that became part of the Summer Games only in 1972. Delicate flowers couldn’t be expected to run long distances without doing unspecified but implied grievous harm to themselves or — heaven forbid — becoming sweaty.

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Several hours before he saw his NBA dreams realized in Thursday's NBA draft, Jalen Suggs celebrated as fellow St. Paul-raised superstar Suni Lee shocked the world with her Olympic women's gymnastics all-around gold medal in Tokyo. "I'm so proud of her," said Suggs, who sent his friend congratulatory texts. "To see her do that and now I get to come out and do this, it's amazing." Thursday night wa

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And in some uncommonly disconcerting instances, to be on the lookout while suspended from the ceiling, rather than rising upright from the floor, languishing on a pedestal or seated in a simple chair. Two dozen of these extraordinary sculptures are on view in “Alison Saar: Of Aether and Earthe,” an enthralling two-part survey being shared by the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena and the Bent