• Science has a theory about why people stay in unhappy relationships
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    Marie Claire Dorking

    Science has a theory about why people stay in unhappy relationships

    And it might surprise you!

  • Forget Hawker Culture. Nominate These 5 Uniquely Singaporean Things For UNESCO Instead
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    Forget Hawker Culture. Nominate These 5 Uniquely Singaporean Things For UNESCO Instead

    The post Forget Hawker Culture. Nominate These 5 Uniquely Singaporean Things For UNESCO Instead appeared first on RICE.

  • 6 Shiokest Snacks from Malaysia Worth Dieting for!
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    Airfrov

    6 Shiokest Snacks from Malaysia Worth Dieting for!

    Heard the news about the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore high-speed rail line starting construction only in 2020 instead of this year? If you’re fretting over having to wait longer for your favourite Malaysia kuehs and snacks, fret no more. We at Airfrov know how you feel (we feel it too ya), so we’ve begged our travellers to […] The post 6 Shiokest Snacks from Malaysia Worth Dieting for! appeared first on Airfrov Blog.

  • Riccardo Tisci, Kim Jones and Kaia Gerber nominated for 2018 Fashion Awards
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    Riccardo Tisci, Kim Jones and Kaia Gerber nominated for 2018 Fashion Awards

    On Tuesday, October 23, the British Fashion Council unveiled the list of nominees for this year's Fashion Awards. The ceremony, held December 10 at London's Royal Albert Hall, will celebrate the best in British fashion design, as well as international models and fashion houses. The British Fashion Council's prestigious Fashion Awards will celebrate the brands, designers and models who made their mark on the fashion industry in 2018.

  • 2018 Streamys winners: Shane Dawson, Emma Chamberlain, David Dobrik, Liza on Demand
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    2018 Streamys winners: Shane Dawson, Emma Chamberlain, David Dobrik, Liza on Demand

    Documentary maker Shane Dawson and video blogger David Dobrik left the 8th Annual Streamy Awards with multiple wins, while Emma Chamberlain was named Breakout Creator during the October 22 gala ceremony. Thanks to accolades received during the Streamys Premiere Awards two days earlier, Shane Dawson and Liza Koshy emerged as multiple winners by the end of a gala presentation on Monday. Likewise, Liza Koshy went into the Streamys with the Comedy Series award already secured (for "Liza on Demand"), and by the end of the night had received an additional accolade for Acting in a Comedy.

  • Qualcomm brings premium features to mid-range chip
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    Qualcomm brings premium features to mid-range chip

    On Monday Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. announced the Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 Mobile Platform, a new integrated chip designed for three-camera set-ups, "outstanding" mobile gaming, and AI-powered systems. While high-end devices in the smartphone industry, like the Samsung Galaxy S9 lineup, LG G7 ThinQ, and Google Pixel, are powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845, the company is introducing a mid-range chip that can support the premium qualities that are no long exclusive to these flagship phones.

  • Dyson to make electric cars in Singapore
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    Dyson to make electric cars in Singapore

    British electric appliance pioneer Dyson said Tuesday it had picked Singapore as the site for its first electric car plant as part of a £2.5 billion (2.8 billion euro, $3.3 billion) global investment drive in new technology. Dyson, founded and owned by Brexit-backing billionaire entrepreneur James Dyson, said the factory was scheduled for completion in 2020. The company, best known for its cordless vacuum cleaners, hand dryers and fans, is aiming to launch electric vehicles in 2021.

  • Inside Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's luxe hotel in Fiji
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    Inside Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's luxe hotel in Fiji

    Everything you need to know about where Duke and Duchess are staying in Fiji.

  • BMW recalls over 1 mn cars over exhaust system fire risk
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    BMW recalls over 1 mn cars over exhaust system fire risk

    German high-end carmaker BMW said Tuesday it would recall more than one million additional diesel cars, citing a problem with the exhaust system that "in extreme cases can cause a fire". "In some diesel vehicles, glycol cooling fluid can leak" from a faulty component called the exhaust gas recirculation cooler, which can combine with other substances in the system to create the fire risk, the group said. BMW said it was contacting sellers who would in turn get in touch with owners of the affected vehicles to arrange a checkup.

  • This is What Meghan Markle Wore To Meet the President of Fiji
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    Footwear News

    This is What Meghan Markle Wore To Meet the President of Fiji

    The duchess looked radiant.

  • Dolly Parton reveals 'Dumplin'' track listing, release details
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    Dolly Parton reveals 'Dumplin'' track listing, release details

    The full track listing has been revealed for the soundtrack to the upcoming Netflix movie "Dumplin'," and it features country legend Dolly Parton along with a host of other singers, from Macy Gray to Alison Krauss to Miranda Lambert. Out in December on Netflix, "Dumplin'" stars Jennifer Aniston and Danielle Macdonald in the story of a plus-size teenage girl whose mother is a former beauty queen.

  • 18 of the best Christmas markets in Europe – and where to stay
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    18 of the best Christmas markets in Europe – and where to stay

    Christmas markets in Europe form the perfect setting to get into the holiday spirit, with the sweet aroma of mulled wine and cinnamon spice and the echo of Christmas jingles in the air, and market stalls full of festive fare.  

  • Whales, beaches and glaciers on the world's greatest family road trip
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    Whales, beaches and glaciers on the world's greatest family road trip

    I fell in love with New Zealand watching it on the big screen. For years I held the epic scenery from The Lord of the Rings in my mind: the misty mountains, the blue rivers and the rolling countryside with the Hobbit holes. But it didn’t occur to me to go there. It was too far, too expensive, too traumatic a flight, especially with a young child. Perhaps, unconsciously, I didn’t want the reality to spoil my dream of the place.

  • Everything you ever needed to know about buying ski boots
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    Everything you ever needed to know about buying ski boots

    From buying tips to FAQs to explanations of technical terms, here's our complete guide to ski boots. If you're ready to buy, check out this season's must-have ski boots for men and our pick of the best boots for women.

  • US museum says five Dead Sea Scroll fragments fake
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    US museum says five Dead Sea Scroll fragments fake

    A US museum announced Monday that five artifacts it had said were fragments of the ancient manuscripts known as the Dead Sea Scrolls are in fact fake, and will no longer be displayed. Washington's Museum of the Bible -- which stirred controversy last year for its financial backing from a billionaire evangelical Christian -- removed the pieces from exhibition after a German research institution concluded that they weren't old enough. "Though we had hoped the testing would render different results, this is an opportunity to educate the public on the importance of verifying the authenticity of rare biblical artifacts, the elaborate testing process undertaken and our commitment to transparency," the museum's chief curator Jeffrey Kloha said in a statement.

  • Koblenz cruise port guide
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    Koblenz cruise port guide

    Located at the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle rivers and dating back to Roman times, Koblenz is one of the oldest cities in Germany and a major wine hub. Part of the Unesco World Heritage Upper Middle Rhine Valley, the city centre brims with green spaces and attractive architecture.

  • Meghan Markle Showcases Most Prominent Baby Bump Yet in Cape Gown at Fiji State Dinner: Pics!
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    Meghan Markle Showcases Most Prominent Baby Bump Yet in Cape Gown at Fiji State Dinner: Pics!

    The pregnant Duchess of Sussex has been killing the style game on her Royal Tour.

  • Is this the most romantic journey in Europe?
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    The Telegraph

    Is this the most romantic journey in Europe?

    Romance flows with the Danube as it navigates abbeys and fortresses, castles and palaces, mountains and moonlit promenades and Unesco World Heritage sites in some of Europe’s most timeless cities.

  • Hotel Hit Squad: Why Augill Castle in Cumbria is the perfect place for a 'spooktacular' family Hallowe'en
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    The Telegraph

    Hotel Hit Squad: Why Augill Castle in Cumbria is the perfect place for a 'spooktacular' family Hallowe'en

    The best argument I know for having children is that they provide the perfect cover for your own infantile habits. Why is there Nutella in my fridge? The kids insisted. Why does my house appear as if squatted by a blended family of pigs and rhinoceroses? (If I were single, I’d be living in a minimalist temple.) Why does my Netflix suggest Danger Mouse over News at Ten? 

  • Book that teaches children it's ok to say 'no' to hugs applauded by parents
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    Marie Claire Dorking

    Book that teaches children it's ok to say 'no' to hugs applauded by parents

    Should we be teaching children about consent?

  • Mobile beauty shopping is on the rise, says Facebook
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    Mobile beauty shopping is on the rise, says Facebook

    Beauty buffs are increasingly turning to their mobiles to discover new cosmetics, according to Facebook. The social media platform's research arm, Facebook IQ, has published a report ('Understanding the Beauty Shopping Journey of the Connected Customer') carried out by Accenture, that claims that shoppers are heading online for their beauty purchases. Although the report found that 65% of the 1,682 US female beauty shoppers surveyed still discover products at beauty counters and in stores, many consumers, particularly those aged 18-34, are also using mobile devices as a way to navigate the beauty market.

  • Which is the world's most touristy city?
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    Which is the world's most touristy city?

    A few decades ago most Britons made do with a couple of weeks of holiday a year – and with few exceptions it involved bracing the UK seaside or an all-inclusive package at a Mediterranean resort.