Cities

Davao City to establish sisterhood with 4 cities

THE Davao City International Relations Board (IRB) approved four new sister cities to further advance trading relations, economic growth, and other bilateral exchanges. In a press release from the Davao City Investment Promotion Center (DCIPC), the IRB approved the proposed sister city partnership with Mati City in Davao Oriental, Sennan City in Osaka, Japan; Herzliya …

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Egypt’s Getting a Facelift: Modernity or Gentrification?

Egypt’s Getting a Facelift: Modernity or Gentrification? Egypt informal settlements | Photo credit: World Architecture Egyptian gentrification politics are devoid of nuance, and more often than not, also devoid of empathy. Though gentrification in and of itself is a two-pronged beast—a discussion of poverty and heritage in the same, thinned breath—it is not a dialogue …

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Key role for HK in beefing up GBA’s creative potential

Ellen Pau”s The Shape of Light on the M+ museum facade connects a seventh-century Buddhist scripture to the energies of Hong Kong. [PHOTO PROVIDED TO CHINA DAILY] BRIAN YEUNG has been driving the global creative economy in the past 15 years, topping the world in the trading of creative goods and services, according to a …

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Visit south of Philippines and see its discovered, yet undisturbed beauty

Carl Martin Agustin ANN/INQUIRER – In a country rich with famous holiday and tourist destinations, there is no shortage of places here in the Philippines where you can’t scratch that itch for a little rest. Sometimes it just does wonders to distance ourselves from the things that stress and tire us. From famous cities such …

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Census data shows technology and an aging population are reshaping Australia’s workforce

The nation’s workforce is changing rapidly as Australians study more, some jobs become redundant and an aging population demands greater care. Key points: Most Australian adults now have a post-school qualification, the census shows One in seven workers are employed in healthcare or social services Australia increasingly relies on migrants to fill skills gaps, particularly …

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Five Essential Cities For First-Time Visitors To Colombia

Colombia officially gained independence from Spain in 1819. Getty Famed for its diverse landscapes, friendly citizens, and high level of biodiversity, Colombia’s tourism industry has seen major growth since the dawn of the 21st century—and with international travel inching back to pre-pandemic levels, there’s no better time than the present to plan your first visit. …

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Cruise holidays: What to book to see the world’s most iconic cities

Take in the beautiful sights of Sydney from Ovation of the Seas. Photo / Royal Caribbean Dreaming of setting sail to some of the world’s most famous places? Tiana Templeman looks at the best cruise itineraries to take you there. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil It’s party time! Spend two nights in Rio de Janeiro during …

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15 Years Later and What Do You Get? A Lot More Cars and a Planet in Flames

15 Years Later and What Do You Get? A Lot More Cars and a Planet in Flames © Noam Galai Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/988359/15-years-later-and-what-do-you-get-a-lot-more-cars-and-a-planet-in-flames This article was originally published on Common Edge. In 2007, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg proposed congestion pricing for Manhattan. The state legislature rejected the …

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