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- How to grow the red beard onion - Gourmet Traveller Magazine Australia January 16, 2017Gourmet Traveller Magazine AustraliaHow to grow the red beard onionGourmet Traveller Magazine AustraliaAt this point, collect the next generation of red beards by cutting mature flower heads and drying them. While our classic, slow-burning, bulbing onion is best used in European cooking, the red beard's natural home is in Asian cuisine. Quick and punchy ...
- Chinese company Jala Group using 3D printed skin to test cosmetics for Asian market - 3ders.org (blog) January 16, 20173ders.org (blog)Chinese company Jala Group using 3D printed skin to test cosmetics for Asian market3ders.org (blog)The rest of the required 21 days development time involves simply waiting for the 3D printed skin to mature until it has the appearance, composition, and function of real skin. Once this period has elapsed, researchers are free to use […]
- Don't get too excited by spike in Asia-Med box rates, there's 'weakness in the east' - The Loadstar January 16, 2017The LoadstarDon't get too excited by spike in Asia-Med box rates, there's 'weakness in the east'The LoadstarDrewry said the steady growth in the more “mature” west-Med economies was in contrast to the weaknesses in the North Africa, and east-Med regions – particularly in Egyptian and Turkish trades. The consultant expects to see a final growth […]
- The end of the Asian Century: War, stagnation, and the risks to the world's most dynamic region - American Enterprise Institute January 10, 2017The end of the Asian Century: War, stagnation, and the risks to the world's most dynamic regionAmerican Enterprise InstituteThere is little doubt that the world must prepare for a China whose growth has dramatically slowed if not stagnated, and for mature economies like Japan's never to recapture their former vibrancy. As for the developing states, […]
- Soas students have a point. Philosophy degrees should look beyond white Europeans - The Guardian January 10, 2017The GuardianSoas students have a point. Philosophy degrees should look beyond white EuropeansThe GuardianEven at its most extreme, all the Soas students' union demands (and note that their demand has no binding force whatsoever) is that European philosophers only be taught in preference to African and Asian ones when necessary. Adopting this principle, if ...and […]