Hui later described the contents as a rotten plant, and said he wanted Leung to feel and smell the rotting of Hong Kong's civilization and rule of law, and of the “one country, two systems” framework that democracy activists feel is under attack by China's ruling Communist Party. … [Read more...] about Lawmakers ejected in Hong Kong debate on Chinese anthem bill
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05/5Set the right temperature Usually you might notice that your freezer isn't working as efficiently as it really could be. This is because you haven't set the right temperature. Ideally, your freezer temperature should be -18 degree Celsius. So whenever you're deep-cleaning your freezer, make sure you dust off the fridge coils in the back in order for it too keep cooling the freezer the right way. … [Read more...] about Some freezer hacks to make the most of that space
The siblings' mother, Stella, said her children cooked meals for their sick grandmother while she was confined at the Metropolitan Medical Center in Manila City for 15 days. The family delivered home-cooked meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner to her every day. … [Read more...] about Siblings use food to show solidarity with frontliners
While choosing the right period product for you, it is essential to choose one that is not only right for you but also right for the environment. A normal sanitary napkin or a tampon contains large amounts of plastic, which can take up to 500-800 years to decompose . With the rampant rise in the levels of global pollution and environmental crisis - time has come to renew your conventional ways and chose sustainable menstruation  . A single person uses 11,000 sanitary pads or napkins in their lifetime and now, multiply that with the number of the female population who are menstruating - that's a lot. … [Read more...] about Menstrual Hygiene Day 2020: Are Your Period Choices Affecting Your Health?
In the final room is Trace, the show’s most ambitious work, consisting of six large carpets of Lego blocks that depict, in pixelated but legible form, more than 175 prisoners of conscience, past and present. The first panel includes Mandela, Snowden, and Chelsea Manning, but also lesser known political prisoners such as Agnès Uwimana Nkusi, a jailed Rwandan journalist (just released after four years). One of the largest images, composed of blue and white Legos, is of a smiling Liu Xiaobo, the imprisoned writer and Nobel laureate. He is not the only jailed or exiled opponent of the CCP. Ai has also depicted the human rights attorney Gao Zhisheng, the blind civil rights activist Chen Guangcheng, the democracy advocate Li Tie, and many more. … [Read more...] about @Large: Ai Weiwei takes over Alcatraz with Lego carpets and a hippie dragon