Lee was recently elected chair of a key committee that sent the anthem bill to the full legislature for consideration. Her election, which the pro-democracy opposition contends was illegal, ended a monthslong filibuster that had prevented the committee from acting on the bill and other legislation. … [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
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Upstairs is an undulating Chinese paper dragon, suspended from the ceiling. The dragon bears his teeth, but he’s harmless: his eyes are in the shape of the logo of Twitter, native to San Francisco and banned in the People’s Republic. The rainbow-colored segments of his body that wind through the factory bear quotations from Nelson Mandela (“Our march of freedom is irreversible”) and Edward Snowden (“Privacy is a function of liberty”: a bit pat for my taste, that line). Its rainbow color palette, and its naked invocation of activist heroes, make the dragon a much more hippie-friendly work than usual from Ai, whose sculptures are usually politically blunt yet formally impassive. But crusty radicals visiting from Berkeley will love it. … [Read more...] about @Large: Ai Weiwei takes over Alcatraz with Lego carpets and a hippie dragon