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The protected designation for the rusty patched bumblebee is also the first of its kind for a bee species in the continental U.S. It has seen a dramatic decline in numbers and territory.
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I'm not sure if this works, but Under Armour has produced pyjamas that produce far infrared from body heat to improve healing.
They're called "UA Athlete Recovery Sleepwear Powered by TB12"
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Supermarket with no checkout or lines. It uses computer vision, deep learning algorithms, and sensor fusion.
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Interest and awareness of Hong Kong's current affairs & politics among English users in Hong Kong

Hello! This is a short survey intended for anyone who considers Hong Kong as their home (or one of their homes), and uses English as their primary language (or one of their primary languages). Neither your e-mail address nor your name will be recorded, so all responses will be completely anonymous. This is part of a research project that aims to gain insight into the levels of interest, awareness and engagement in Hong Kong's current affairs & politics among English speakers in Hong Kong. It also aims to determine whether or not more sources of information on politics would be well-received by English speakers in Hong Kong. Please do not hold back from completing this questionnaire regardless of your interest or knowledge on current affairs & politics -- all honest responses are appreciated.
It would be greatly appreciated if you could fill out the survey, which should certainly take no more than 5 minutes. The more responses, the better, so please do help spread this survey to anyone who considers Hong Kong home. Thank you for your kind attention!
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Interest and awareness of Hong Kong's current affairs & politics among English users in Hong KongHello! This is a short survey intended for anyone who considers Hong Kong as their home (or one of their homes), and uses English as their primary language (or one of their primary languages). Neither your e-mail address nor your name will be recorded, so all responses will be completely anonymous. This is part of a research project that aims to gain insight into the levels of interest, awareness and engagement in Hong Kong's current affairs & po...
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Interest and awareness of Hong Kong's current affairs & politics among English users in Hong Kong

Hello! This is a short survey intended for anyone who considers Hong Kong as their home (or one of their homes), and uses English as their primary language (or one of their primary languages). Neither your e-mail address nor your name will be recorded, so all responses will be completely anonymous. This is part of a research project that aims to gain insight into the levels of interest, awareness and engagement in Hong Kong's current affairs & politics among English speakers in Hong Kong. It also aims to determine whether or not more sources of information on politics would be well-received by English speakers in Hong Kong. Please do not hold back from completing this questionnaire regardless of your interest or knowledge on current affairs & politics -- all honest responses are appreciated.
It would be greatly appreciated if you could fill out the survey, which should certainly take no more than 5 minutes. The more responses, the better, so please do help spread this survey to anyone who considers Hong Kong home. Thank you for your kind attention!
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Interest and awareness of Hong Kong's current affairs & politics among English users in Hong KongHello! This is a short survey intended for anyone who considers Hong Kong as their home (or one of their homes), and uses English as their primary language (or one of their primary languages). Neither your e-mail address nor your name will be recorded, so all responses will be completely anonymous. This is part of a research project that aims to gain insight into the levels of interest, awareness and engagement in Hong Kong's current affairs & po...
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Palm oil, one of the cheapest oils, could pose a cancer risk, and is dangerous because it produces compounds called glycidyl fatty acid esters (GE) when it's heated above 200 degrees celsius, a process involved in the manufacturing of many foods.
Foods that contain palm oil could pose a cancer risk, according to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), and Nutella has so far faced the brunt of the public backlash. Other popular products that contain palm oil include Cadbury's chocolate, Ben & Jerry’s ice cream and Clover spread, reported
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The worst is the veggie oil, discovery channel shows how it is made, it is a chemical plant to process it
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Using apps and tech platforms to trust one another to enable sharing rides, accommodation, etc.
Something profound is changing our concept of trust, says Rachel Botsman. While we used to place our trust in institutions like governments and banks, today we increasingly rely on others, often strangers, on platforms like Airbnb and Uber and through technologies like the blockchain. This new era of trust could bring with it a more transparent, inclusive and accountable society — if we get it right. Who do you trust?
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Inside the Chinese city where 60 percent of the world's Christmas decorations are made http://aje.io/ugc9
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In a milestone development for the LGBTQ community, Queen's Road Central now has two new, colourful residents.
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