The original Dong Ho paintings did not have garish colors. They were warm and easy on the eye, all made from all natural materials: black from the ash of burned bamboo leaves, yellow from flowers of the Japanese pagoda tree, red from sappanwood, and green from the bark of cajuput trees. … [Read more...] about Vietnam Grand Prix tickets put national symbols on the fast track
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In 2009, when the VN Index soared from 324 points to the year's peak of 630 points, the richest stock billionaire had total assets worth over VND9 trillion. But now, one needs to have much more to be listed among the top billionaires. KBC price hovers around VND14,950 per share. With 75 million KBC in hands, Tam now ranks 53rd on the list of top billionaires. … [Read more...] about How much is needed to be listed among the top stock billionaires in Vietnam?
Vigils across Germany after Hanau shooting Germany shows solidarity People in the southern German city of Stuttgart hold up anti-racism placards, reading "Racism is no alternative" and "Hate is not an opinion." Many believe that the taboo against racism in Germany's political debate has softened in recent years, thanks to the rise of the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD). … [Read more...] about Germany’s political climate has fueled far-right attacks like Hanau
Carefree Carnival partying is unimaginable for most Hanau locals in the wake of racist attacks that left 11 people dead in their town on Wednesday. While the city's main Carnival parade was canceled, celebrations and parades will go ahead this weekend in Frankfurt, just 25 kilometers to the west, and other German cities that celebrate Carnival, Fastnacht or Fasching, as the annual "fifth season" is called. The main events in 2020 began on Thursday, February 20, and continue for six days through Shrove Tuesday, the day preceding Ash Wednesday. … [Read more...] about How Carnival in Germany reacted to racist shootings in Hanau
Hamburg is now the first state in Germany to write a legally binding date into its constitution, the year 2030, not just for halving its carbon emissions from 1990 levels, but also for phasing out coal power for district heating altogether. The 250,000 households in the city which use district heating are still powered by coal stations in Wedel and Tiefstack. … [Read more...] about Getting privatisation undone puts centre-left in good shape in Hamburg