Video: China’s youth are struggling to find employment post pandemic. Here’s why

China’s youth are struggling to find employment post pandemic. Here’s why People in China are crowding shopping plazas and restaurants due to lifted Covid-19 policies, but despite the ease of restrictions, economic frustrations continue as China’s youth struggle to find employment. CNN’s Selina Wang reports. Source link

NATO is racing to arm its Russian borders. Can it find the weapons? – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article Voiced by artificial intelligence. BRUSSELS — Add NATO’s military planners to the list of those concerned about having enough shells.  In the coming months, the alliance will accelerate efforts to stockpile equipment along the alliance’s eastern edge and designate tens of thousands of forces that can rush to … Read more

How To Find The Best Thrifted Items, According To Professional Thrifters

There will always be people who demand only freshly manufactured, shrink-wrapped items in their lives. But then there are the rest of us, who love nothing more than driving by an estate sale, checking out a rummage sale or making well-timed weekly visits to a local secondhand store. For lots of us, thrifting is a … Read more

Opinion: In Ukraine’s deserted restaurants, I find a light amid the darkness

Editor’s Note: Michael Bociurkiw (@WorldAffairsPro) is a global affairs analyst currently based in Odesa. He is a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council and a former spokesperson for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe. He is a regular contributor to CNN Opinion. The opinions expressed in this commentary are his own. View more … Read more

Brazilian researchers find ‘terrifying’ plastic rocks on remote island

Reuters  —  The geology of Brazil’s volcanic Trindade Island has fascinated scientists for years, but the discovery of rocks made from plastic debris in this remote turtle refuge is sparking alarm. Melted plastic has become intertwined with rocks on the island, located 1,140 km (708 miles) from the southeastern state of Espirito Santo, which researchers … Read more

Jupiter’s icy moons may contain life. This is how we’ll find out

Jupiter’s icy moons may contain life. This is how we’ll find out Researchers at the University of Cambridge were able to create a new form of ice — medium density amorphous ice — that is thought to only exist on distant moons, and could change everything we thought we knew about ice and water. Discovery’s … Read more

Roman aristocrat’s millennia-old remains unearthed in northern England in ‘once-in-a-lifetime find’

Archeologists are hopeful that an ancient Roman aristocrat’s remains recently unearthed in northern England will shed light on the region’s transition from Roman rule to the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms that followed around 1,600 years ago.  Described as a “once-in-a-lifetime find,” the cemetery contains the remains of both late-Roman people, such as the lead coffin in which … Read more

Brain teaser: Can you find 3 owls hidden in this colorful chicken flock?

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A graphic artist is testing the world’s attention to detail with a new digital seek-and-find brain teaser, and this time it’s bird-focused.  Gergely Dudás of Budapest, Hungary, shared the visual puzzle with Fox News Digital, which depicts three owls sprinkled throughout a multicolored chicken flock.  The illustrated owls blend in with the brown-, white- and gray-feathered chicken crowd. … Read more

How do the Academy Awards work? Find out who votes for the Academy nominees

Earning an award from The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is one of the highest levels of achievement for a professional working in the entertainment or film industry. Every year, the awards show is watched by millions of Americans across the country and hosted, generally, by a high-profile comedian or well-known media personality. … Read more

Researchers Find A Gene To Regulate Leukemia

AsianScientist (March. 01, 2023) – Researchers from the Pusan National University in South Korea have found that a gene called SURF4 can help regulate progression of leukemia, a type of blood cancer. Leukemia killed 330,000 people in 2019 alone, according to a study published in the Journal of Oncology. Leukemia is also the leading cause … Read more