With a range of sights to see and activities to try, traveling to Japan deserves a spot on anyone's bucket list. Aside from taking a perfect photo at Shibuya Crossing, driving like Super Mario, or seeing Mount Fuji, authentic Japanese food are also worth tasting. One popular dish to try is ramen, and Japan surely knows how to make the perfect bowl that tourists and locals alike can't get enough of. Ramen in Fukuoka With over 10,000 ramen shops in Japan, the best ones are served in Fukuoka, also known as the "ramen capital of Japan." It has raised its banner to become the center of the ramen craft with over 2,000 ramen shops in the city. People from all over the globe gather in Fukuoka to try out the Hakata ramen that originated from the city. This ramen dish takes hours of careful preparation with soup broth that is based on pork bones and other ingredients, which is also served with egg noodles and topped with sliced pork belly. Tourists planning to try the … [Read more...] about News Where to get the best ramen in Japan
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HONG KONG: Exhausted from the demands of school, escalating family conflicts and persistent insomnia, the 17-year-old boy was at a loss for what to do and on the verge of a breakdown.His mental health deteriorated, and he reached out to his teacher to share his problems. What happened next was not what the student was expecting, recounts Dr Jamie Chiu, a clinical psychologist in Hong Kong.“The teacher just looked at him, patted him on the shoulder and was like, ‘Ka yao ah (expressing encouragement in Cantonese). Work harder, and you’ll be fine. Just study more,’” narrates the doctor.“That really sums up how people think of mental health issues in Hong Kong.”The student is one of the many teens the 32-year-old has spoken with who have felt their calls for help being ignored.And their struggles with mental health disorders and suicidal thoughts were what convinced her to develop tools to assess their mental health.The support she gives to at-risk … [Read more...] about The psychologist trying to get more help for Hong Kong’s suicidal, depressed youth
Bacchus Unit 132, Ground Floor Makati Shangri-la Hotel Makati Avenue cor Ayala Avenue, Makati City Tel. +632 813 5022 Carries Champagnes from Roederer, including Cristal as well as the excellent wines of Billecart-Salmon. The Rose non-vintage from this house is one of the best. Bollinger is another great brand they carry. Säntis Delicatessen Rockwell, 28 Plaza Drive Rockwell Center, Makati City Tel. +632 403 0144 Purveyors of Taittinger. Their prestige Comtes de Champagne is one of the finest Blanc de Blancs (100 percent Chardonnay). They used to carry the Rose version, but I haven’t seen any recently. Premium Wine Exchange Ground Floor, Smith Bell Building 2294 Pasong Tamo Extension Magallanes, Makati City Tel. +632 812 3823; +632 840 5319 pwxchange.com.ph This shop has gone into Champagne in a big way starting with Jacquesson. Now, the store carries Bruno Paillard, Ayala, and Delamotte. But their crown jewel is the ultra-exclusive Salon. Note though that Delamotte … [Read more...] about ANCXperts: Where to get the best bubblies in Manila
caption College students aren’t sending their absentee ballots because they don’t know how to find stamps, a new study finds. source Reuters Fairfax County, Virginia conducted a focus group this summer with college interns from across various county departments. County officials learned that college students were failing to send back their absentee ballots because they didn’t know how to get a stamp. “That seems to be like a hump that they can’t get across,” Lisa Conners, of the Fairfax County Office of Public Affairs, told WTOP on Tuesday. Democrats are counting on Generation Z, many of whom recently gained the right to vote, to help turn Congress blue in the midterm elections. But 49 cents may be all it takes to keep these post-Millennials from exercising their civic duty. On Tuesday, a Fairfax County, Virginia official said they are noticing a disturbing trend: young people failing to mail in their absentee ballots because … [Read more...] about College students say they can’t send in their absentee ballots because they don’t know where to buy stamps
Reading JC Wilcox’s letter (“Trump’s shock therapy is halting America’s disastrous slide”) I could only agree that Trump was providing plenty of shocks but couldn’t quite understand where any benefits could accrue from his barrage of lies and deceit. I thought an American source, well known and not regularly caught up in scandal, would be a place to start and so tried Fortune magazine, which had this to say: “Trump’s policies to date – a combination of deep tax cuts and sharp spending increases – are shortening the fuse on that fiscal time bomb, by dramatically widening the already unsustainable gap between revenues and outlays. On our current course, we’re headed for a morass of punitive taxes, puny growth, and stagnant incomes for workers – a future that’s the precise opposite of what Trump champions.” Maybe Mr Wilcox knows as much, or as little, about economics as I do. Lungstib … [Read more...] about Where to get unbiased information on Trump and his policies?