A native of Sao Paulo, Shindo came to Wuhan in 2013 to pursue his bachelor's degree in international relations at Hubei University after securing a scholarship from Confucius Institute at Sao Paulo State University. After completing his graduation, he is currently planning to pursue his master's degree in Wuhan. … [Read more...] about Across China: Brazilian student’s love affair with Wuhan
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The robot, which has been in use since October, is started at 8 am every day and is responsible for tasks such as cooking, reheating, and distributing the food on conveyor belts. It is capable of cooking more than 1,000 dishes through techniques such as frying and roasting. … [Read more...] about Robot chef safely serves delicious dishes at school
Now, over 200 stories and 3.5 lakh listens later, the podcast has been relaunched, with an increased focus on contemporary stories and regional language content. Their organic growth was achieved by sharing the weekly episodes through WhatsApp. Bengaluru-based Amar says that although they started out in English, with stories from the Panchatantra, Jataka Tales and Hitopadesha, they quickly branched out to Hindi. “We then began including episodes about festivals like Holi or Easter, and personalities as well. What we learned from this experimentation was that a good mix of different content does well with parents and children,” he says. … [Read more...] about Check out these podcasts for children!
Muruga continues to be the favourite and foremost deity on a par with Siva to many devotees because of his exceptional beauty, intelligence, valour, and jnana. Among the many incidents described in the rich devotional literature on Muruga, the one in which Muruga accepts the goat as his mount is noteworthy for many reasons, pointed out Sri Mathivannan in a discourse. … [Read more...] about Muruga becomes Ajarooda
Yosh Morita on celebrating Survive Said The Prophet's 10th anniversary, releasing ‘To Redefine / To Be Defined’, and touring post quarantine For most, a job promotion calls for a celebration. For singer-songwriter Yosh Morita, it was a turning point. “I feel like I’ve always known, but when I quit my office job right after my promotion, I realised for me, music > money,” Yosh told Mirror Online via an email interview. And the 32-year-old artiste has not looked back since. Survive Said The Prophet welcomed its 10th anniversary with the release of a 20-track-strong memorial album, ‘To Redefine / To Be Defined’. When the clock struck midnight (January 20), the band released the official music video of ‘3 AM’, which also features famed Japanese composer Hiroyuki Sawano. The video evokes a sense of nostalgia. It recalls a time when it was just Yosh and Ivan, sitting on the soft grass, belting out an acoustic rendition of the … [Read more...] about Survive Said The Prophet’s Yosh Morita: Our records are like pinpoints we leave to go back and check ourselves