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This new partnership agreement effectively twinning the two cities is a strategic move: Dubai and Frankfurt not only share a skyline of modern high-rise buildings; both cities have also set their sights on becoming leaders in the fields of finance, commercial services, IT and media.
With more than US $4.2 billion worth of exports, and over 500 companies operating in the country, German trade to the UAE is second only to Saudi Arabia, in the Gulf. Zoe Naylor finds out why the region is a goldmine for German companies looking...
Many of the works of our greatest artists are fragile and sensitive to light and humidity. With the ...
Many of the works of our greatest artists are fragile and sensitive to light and humidity. With the Art Camera, museums can share these priceless works with the global public while ensuring they're preserved for future generations. We want to give museums the tools they need to do this important work, so we're sending a fleet of these cameras from museum to museum around the world—for free.
The Art Camera will dramatically increase the scale and depth at which museums are able to provide access to our shared cultural heritage to anyone around the world. For example, if you wanted to see Van Gogh’s six famous portraits of the Roulin family up close, you’d need to travel across the Netherlands then over to LA and New York. Now the Art Camera can travel for you. It’s already captured the Portrait of Armand Roulin, which you can explore alongside the rest of the family, all in one place.
I promise never to complain about the bad crazy drivers or heavy traffic in downtown Riyadh again. Especially...
I promise never to complain about the bad crazy drivers or heavy traffic in downtown Riyadh again. Especially after seeing the amazing photo a brave photographer shot of a wild elephant rampaging through an east Indian town on Wednesday, "smashing homes and sending panicked residents running. As the frightened elephant ran amok, trampling parked cars and motorbikes, crowds of people gathered to watch from balconies and roof tops..
Now that I am too old for combat as a genuine Ninja assassin, I figure hey why not capitalize on the...
Now that I am too old for combat as a genuine Ninja assassin, I figure hey why not capitalize on the fame of ninjas with the growing popularity of sushi. So in my spare time, I make sushi at my new restaurant in Hawaii using my deadly sharp samurai sword. Anybody is welcome (that is, paying customers), but do not, I repeat, do not criticize the sushi grand master preparing your overly expensive piece of raw tuna or blow-fish (also called pufferfish, which produce tetrodotoxin... need I say more)
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