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Bloomberg Shock and tears: behind Vanguard’s withdrawal from the Chinese market (Bloomberg) – Staff at Vanguard Group Inc., who made a video call from their 40th-floor office at the Shanghai World Financial Center last month, expected a stimulating speech from regional manager Scott Conking on how US fund giant Tackling …

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Meet the keepers of old books

In Saran Khadgi’s little bookstore in Sanepa, piles of used books can be found everywhere. The air inside the store is thick with the distinct smell of old books. From the outside, Khadgi’s Shop isn’t exactly a place you would imagine to encounter a world of books. Located in one …

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Idaho Botanical Garden is back and blooming | Arts and culture

Nature can hold people together. Many find joy in gardening, which has become extremely popular during the stay-at-home command and has remained so throughout the pandemic. But sometimes people want to wander the gardens outside of their backyards, to commune with exotic flowers and wildlife. Enter: Idaho Botanical Garden, Boise’s …

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India should give top priority to scaling up vaccinations

With daily cases exceeding 261,000 and reported shortages of hospital beds, essential medicines and even oxygen, the covidie crisis in the country has clearly gotten out of hand. There are a lot of things we need to do: urgently increase healthcare facilities and supplies, stop large-scale events such as election …

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Colts Neck’s Logan Waller and ABC’s Julian George win regional titles

FLEMINGTON – Logan Waller was on the verge of having his dreams of winning a regional title shattered by injury lack. But as he lay on the mat trying to recover, he thought of a quote Colts Neck head coach Brett Jankos often says. “Coach Jankos always says, ‘You don’t …

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9 Minetta Street – New York’s Best New Townhouse

Minetta Street is located in the heart of Manhattan research Greenwich village and has always been a very special address. This is where Bob Dylan wrote his song “Blowing in the Wind”, Al Pacino’s The main character of “Serpico” lived on Minetta Street, it is the location of many movie …

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New art and tech report reveals collectors crave communication

Art on display at the 2020 Frieze Los Angeles Art Fair in Los Angeles, California. MARK RALSTON / AFP via Getty Images In the past calendar year, as the pandemic raged and residents of the art world retreated to their homes, online auctions and remote collection have become both the …

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Passive Fire Protection Market Value Expected to Reach US $ 5,263.7 Million by 2027: Smart Research and Advice

LOS ANGELES, April 16, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The Global Passive Fire Protection Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of approximately 6.8% from 2020 to 2027 and reach a market value of over US $ 5,263.7 million by 2027. The Asia-Pacific market is expected to grow at the …

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Companies still make copies of 18th century American furniture

Sometimes a reproduction of an antique is worth almost as much as the original antique. Wallace Nutting (1861-1941) was a collector, expert, photographer, furniture maker, author, and an important part of the Colonial Revival in the U.S. He went to Harvard, got married, and began taking photos of the New …

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The cost of a single tulip bulb reached the same price as a mansion 400 years ago: are NFTs the “tulipmania” of the 21st century?

On top of tulipmania in 17th century Holland, specimens cost the same as a mansion Norton Simon Art Foundation It’s not often that the commercial churn from the art world produces a truly seismic moment. Many people thought the time was right on March 11 when digital artist Beeple’s non-fungible …

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