The geometric beauty of Singapore’s social housing tables – in photos | Art and design

Despite living in social housing all his life, Singapore-based photography hobbyist Jonathan Tan has never paid much attention to the geometric marvels ahead. Then, for his 2020 project Lepak Downstairs, he used an iPhone and a selfie stick to capture the old, tiled concrete stools and tables that dotted Singapore’s residential areas. “Singaporeans are so … Read more

Review: Vancouver’s Nancy Go Yaya still fun and spicy, but more mature

Lamb tartare from Nancy Go Yaya, a casual Singaporean-style restaurant located in Vancouver, on April 28.Jackie Dives/The Globe and Mail Name: Nancy Go Yaya Eatery Place: 265 E. Pender St., Vancouver, BC Phone: 604-559-6181 Website: Kitchen: Singaporean Prices: Dinner, $6-$29; brunch, $6-$19 Extra information: Open Thursday to Sunday from 5:30 PM to 10:00 PM; … Read more

£500m UK lithium factory draws closer as Green Lithium strikes supply deal

p A push for a UK lithium factory that will supply enough raw material for 1 million electric vehicles a year has come a step closer today following a landmark agreement. Green Lithium, a company that plans to build Europe’s first lithium refinery in the UK, has signed a deal with one of the world’s … Read more

Melbourne couple The Shade’s hair dye set earns $69ka month

The Melbourne couple took a risk by giving up their stable career and later starting their own business. But it paid off. A Melbourne couple who quit their day jobs to start a new business is now earning $69,000 a month. Partners Maia Dodds and Craig Ford, who have been together for 15 years, could … Read more

Nature-based solutions and how countries like Singapore and the Netherlands are using them to fight flooding

Caroline Sullivan has both a personal and professional connection to the recent devastating floods in eastern Australia. She recently ran a flood research center at Southern Cross University in Lismore, and has a house just down the hill from the town centre. The floods didn’t reach Dr. Sullivan’s house, but she can still see the … Read more

LOVESICK World Tour – Seoul, New York, LA & More

TOMORROW X TOGETHER (TXT) go out! In an announcement by bighit music, the label revealed that the ‘Magic’ act on their first ever world tour. Kicking off with two shows in Seoul in July, the ACT: LOVESICK tour will take the group through seven cities in the United States. [Notice] TOMORROW X … Read more

eaJ talks about beginning his solo career, learning from DAY6, and

eaJ starts a new chapter. Since 2015, the Korean-American singer-songwriter has been one of five making music as part of the popular K-pop band DAY6. But most recently, eaJ—which is also known as Jae Park— embarks on a new journey, entering the music world as a soloist. Jae, under his new name, … Read more

Review: Land & Sea fails the acid test, leaving customers to chew the underseasoned fat

Land & Sea Restaurant in Vancouver on March 29.DARRYL DYCK/The Globe and Mail Name: Land & Sea Location: 1874 W. 57th Ave., Vancouver phone: 604-263-0155 Website: cuisine: West Coast Japanese price: Appetizers, $15-$31; mains, $30-$46 ($110 for Snake River Farms Wagyu) Additional information: Open Tuesday to Saturday, 5 pm to 10 pm, patio, no … Read more

artificial intelligence: Developing countries are being left behind in the AI ​​race – and that’s a problem for all of us

By Joyjit Chatterjee and Nina Dethlefs, University of Hull Cottingham Artificial Intelligence (AI) is much more than just a buzzword nowadays. It powers facial recognition in smartphones and computers, translation between foreign languages, systems which filter spam emails and identify toxic content on social media, and can even detect cancerous tumors. These examples, along with … Read more

Hong Kong firms seek offshore talent as some expats harried by Covid-19 restrictions eye exits, online recruitment platform says

The local technology sector was leading the search for remote workers, Yeo said. “More companies are planning digital transformations, but there’s not enough supply of [technology] talent, which is why a lot of companies are looking beyond their own shores and tapping remote and offshore hiring,” he added. 03:30 Covid-19: Hong Kong to open schools, … Read more