‘Parenting here means checking the ingredients of teargas’: my return to Hong Kong

Emma-Lee Moss, who makes music as Emmy the Great, on life, new motherhood and her divided birthplace It feels as if the entire worlds press is there, standing on the pavement outside the Foreign Correspondents Club. Theyre in Hong Kong to cover the protests, but tonight, the Friday before National...
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Tom Cruise almost had arm broken over Diet Coke confusion in pub in 1991, Irish MP claims

Actor assaulted with support regional drinker while recording Far and Away in Co Kerry, political leader informs TELEVISION program The star Tom Cruise nearly had his arm broken by an angry drinker in an Irish bar who implicated him of attempting to take the barman’s cigarettes, a Kerry political leader...
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Mouse whisperers: meet the Disney influencers making a living at the Magic Kingdom

Disneyland has long been the holiday of a lifetime. But for some Instagrammers its also now a job. Amelia Tait meets the influencers making a career out of blogging about Disney food, Disney fashion and Disney fun When she was living in New York City, AJ Wolfe would read guidebooks...
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Jonathan Safran Foer: why we must cut out meat and dairy before dinner to save the planet

Animal products create more greenhouse gas emissions than the entire transportation sector, but we dont want to confront this inconvenient truth: our eating habits are a problem Our planet is facing a crisis. But even when we know that a war for our survival is raging, we dont feel that...
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Little Mix’s Jesy Nelson on surviving the trolls: ‘People were saying horrific things’

Eight years after she shot to fame on The X Factor, Nelson describes how she navigated the trauma of being relentlessly bullied on social media When Jesy Nelson was 19 and working behind the bar at a pub in Dagenham, Essex, she remembers watching Little Mix were crowned, the first...
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Bruce Lee’s daughter on resurrecting his lost TV epic: ‘We righted the wrong’

Shannon Lee has finally made the martial arts saga her father dreamed up. She remembers the inner energy of the kung fu superstar Hollywood and Tarantino made a mockery of The legend that Shannon Lee grew up with goes like this. In 1971, when her father Kung Fu, which followed...
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Cardiologist Eric Topol: ‘AI can restore the care in healthcare’

The physician, author and geneticist speak about his brand-new book on the future of medication properly detects your UTI and get an antibiotic– and you never ever need to see a physician. You can get an Apple Watch that will find your heart rate, and when something is off the...
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The AI-Fueled, Anxious Hopefulness of Disney’s Smart House

There is a prophecy in the 1999 movie Smart House: Soon, the computer system will understand more about you than you learn about yourself. The projection is not a lot foreboding as much as it is interesting. At that time, the concept of all-seeing, all-knowing, synthetically smart house innovation still...
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A Food Pyramid for Kids’ Media Consumption

In this hyper-personalized, autoplaying, all-you-can-eat mediascape, it assists to identify the healthy things from the scrap. Fortnite !.?.!? Probably not a fantastic type of screen time . Video talking with grandmother? What family-unifying questions hath Jobs wrought! Screen time, then, has actually ended up being a slippery idea. Does typing...
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Bernadette Peters: ‘Every role I’ve played, I’ve thought that’s me!’

The Broadway powerhouse speak about relying on Sondheim, hearing others sing her tunes and waiting to be taken seriously C# SEEEE afe Luxembourg, the closet-sized New York restaurant Bernadette Peters picks for our lunch, opened in 1983 and appears practically the same. That likewise chooses Peters, although she has actually...
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