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British independent school Is Packed With Activities Exemplifing The Curriculum

The British independent school curriculum is recognised as the best in the world.

AQUARIUS INTERNATIONAL UNVEILS AQ-GOURMET.COM, A ONE-STOP-SHOP AND ONLINE SHOWCASE FOR CULINARY CONOISSEURS IN ASIA

Hong Kong – AQ Development (Asia) Limited – Vietnam, a subsidiary of Aquarius International Hospitality Development (AQI), the pioneering company specialising in high-end travel and...

German Railway Company Says Greta Thunberg’s Photo Misleading

BERLIN (AP) — Climate activist Greta Thunberg and Germany’s national railway company created a tweetstorm Sunday after she posted a photo of herself sitting...

Former Japanese Empress in Poor Health, Palace Says

TOKYO (Kyodo) — Former Empress Michiko has been in poor health since mid-September, vomiting multiple times and losing weight, with stress seen as one...

Court Rules Toilet Use Limit for Transgender Gov’t Official Illegal

TOKYO — A court ordered the government on Thursday to pay damages to a transgender official, ruling that it was illegal for her workplace...

Ex-Workers Furious Over Japanese 7-Eleven’s Handling of Unpaid Pays

TOKYO — Former employees of Seven-Eleven Japan Co.’s franchise stores on Wednesday gave vent to their anger and frustration on social media over the...

Leaders Scramble for Final Votes as UK’s Ugly Election Ends

LONDON (AP) — Britain’s election has been like the country’s late-autumn weather: chilly and dull, with blustery outbursts. On the last day of the campaign,...

Kawasaki City Enacts Japan’s 1st Bill Punishing Hate Speech

KAWASAKI — The Kawasaki city assembly on Thursday passed an ordinance bill imposing criminal penalties for hate speech, a first for Japan. The new ordinance...

Hong Kong Police Say They Discover 2 Homemade Bombs

HONG KONG (Xinhua) — The Hong Kong police said on Tuesday that the discovery of two home-made bombs in Hong Kong’s Wan Chai on...

Chinese Spend 28 Billion USD on Cats and Dogs in 2019

CHENGDU (Xinhua) — Urban residents in China are estimated to spend a total of 202.4 billion yuan (about 28.8 billion U.S. dollars) on their...

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