via Facebook http://bonapp.it/1DsAWYn There's something extraordinarily satisfying about biting into a perfect dumpling—the tug of dough, the burst of steam, that first hit of flavorful filling. Join us on a journey from China to India, Nepal, Russia, and beyond, as we explore the great wide world of dumplings.
via Facebook http://ti.me/1wZptNQ A new study from Boston Medical Center reveals that parents who get absorbed by email, games or other apps have more negative interactions with their children, making them feel like they're competing for attention with their parents' gadgets
Behind the grammar fail, this is another story of how Chinese nationals going out of mainland to take advantage of legal loopholes in overseas. Causing outrage among the locals, just like what happens in Western Europe and North America. In turn, that does affect many honest and tax-paying residents of Asian heritage living there.
via Facebook http://on.mash.to/1aQf254 One grammar obsessive has taken their need for perfect sentence structure to a new level.
NYT says, “Downton Abbey weaves a surprising amount of authentic historical context into its plots." That makes this period drama a fascinating series. Though its plots are looking "tired" and repetitive, and it is time to end it on a good note. Will we get to see the dissolution of this traditional social structure of "upstairs" and "downstairs" in the show?
via Facebook http://ift.tt/1rVU5NA “Downton Abbey,” which returns for its fifth season on PBS on Sunday, weaves a surprising amount of authentic historical context into its plots. A multimedia timeline explores the show’s period details, and how those events have been covered in The New York Times.
A deal that smells extremely fishy. Did the corporate lawyers actually conduct any prudent due diligence?
via Facebook http://ift.tt/1vNeu9v Together with London’s Sunday Times newspaper, Sarawak Report has completed an in-depth investigation into the trail of the missing billions at the heart of Malaysia’s 1MDB.... WORLD EXCLUSIVE