Chongqing, the southwestern mountainous city in Chongqing, has been widely recognized as a social media favorite for a list of reasons, among which is the well-known Liziba Subway Station built inside a residential building. Many domestic and international tourists swarm the scenic area hot spot to wait and take pictures of a monorail passenger train running right through the building complex. However, many other Chongqing Rail Transit stations share just as much uniqueness and characteristics as the Liziba Station. Here we bring you a list of CRT stations in Chongqing that we find equally or even more beautiful than Liziba. … [Read more...] about Chongqing Rail Transit, more than just traveling through houses
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In nursing-home dance parties, seniors twist and shout, gingerly, to songs of their youth. A man who would otherwise be locked in a dementia unit walks daily in the forest surrounding his retirement community. And in the kitchen of her tiny nursing-home unit, a woman helps staff cook meals, finding comfort in the familiar. It may sound strange to say in the midst of a pandemic that’s come straight for seniors, but there is a lot of hope for the future of long-term care. In “Happily Ever Older: Revolutionary Approaches to Long-term Care,” Toronto Star investigative reporter Moira Welsh takes readers across North America and into Europe, telling stories of homes, communities and respite day programs that are continuously innovating, enabling people to live with freedom, purpose and vitality in their later years. The Glenner Town Square ofﬁcially opened on Aug. 13, 2018, augmenting the existing Glenner day programs operating throughout the San Diego area, including the Little … [Read more...] about How bold thinkers are disrupting the future of long-term care
PRIMARK is so cheap all year round that it doesn't have the usual seasonal sales like other retailers. But The Sun has found a way to spot "secret" sale items in stores. These items can be reduced by half or more of their original price. Every store will have a small number of reduced items and these are marked using red stickers. The items are usually end of season items or stock that is being discontinued. If shoppers want to find the hidden bargains then they should ask a member of Primark's customer service staff to point them out. Some stores may even have a rail of sale items - but it does vary between stores. Also keep in mind that only a tiny proportion of stock is discounted. We visited Primark's Westfield store in London ahead of the fashion giant reopening its shops in England and Wales tomorrow. While we were there we found just two jumpers marked down in price. A Primark spokesperson said: "We don’t hold seasonal sales or special discounts … [Read more...] about How to find secret sale items in Primark when it reopens on April 12
Kindly Share This Story: Fault claim that 70 locals killed,insist Army operation in line with rules of engagement Task Nigerian Army to sustain onslaught, recover missing arms By Joseph Erunke ABUJA–SOME civil society organisations in Benue State, have faulted the claim that over 70 persons were killed in Konshisha Local Government Area of the state by men of the Nierian Army who are currently in operation in the area to recover arms carted away by some criminal elements who killed 11 of its personnel on lawful duty,last week. The coalition of CSOs, operating under the aegis of Coalition Of Benue State Civil Society for Peace and Good Governance,while exonerating the Nigerian Army of any wrongdoings in the area,insisted that contrary to claims by a faceless group,the Army had carried out its operation in line with its rules of engagement. While commending the Army for what it described as its “professional conduct,despite the high level … [Read more...] about Konshisha invasion:CSOs exonerate military of any wrongdoings, baçk action
SINGAPORE: In the current era of cheap mobile data plans, it is hard to imagine ever going back to the days when one had to pay more for less. In 2016, mobile phone users had to contend with paying above S$5 for every gigabyte of mobile data a month. Even that was considered a good deal. An add-on data plan offered by Singtel, priced at S$5.35 per gigabyte, for a limited promotional period was touted as one of the most affordable around then. Today, the average person pays between S$0.20 and S$0.50 per gigabyte for the most basic mobile plans, which is up to 25 times more cost-effective than what it was five years ago. This steep plunge in prices was not due to any technological marvel that occurred in the past five years. It did not, for example, become 25 times cheaper for telcos to broadcast 4G signals, which was the dominant technology then, as it is now. Instead, the authorities had sought to shake up Singapore’s telco industry that was made up of three 800-pound … [Read more...] about The Big Read: Consumers smiling as prices tumble but is that all there is to greater telco competition?