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The Monaco Yacht Show is back, and demand for yachts has never been higher.
Widening power shortages in China have halted production at numerous factories including many supplying Apple and Tesla, while some shops in the northeast operated by candlelight and malls shut early as the economic toll of the squeeze mounted. China is in the grip of a power crunch as a shortage of coal supplies, toughening emissions standards and strong demand from manufacturers and industry have pushed coal prices to record highs and triggered widespread curbs on usage. Rationing has been implemented during peak hours in many parts of northeastern China since last week, and residents of cities including Changchun said cuts were occurring sooner and lasting for longer, state media reported.
PEOPLE contributor Joey Skladany reflects on his culinary journey through The Eternal City, inspired by Stanley Tucci's Emmy award-winning series, Searching for Italy
Thailand will waive its mandatory quarantine requirement in Bangkok and nine regions from Nov. 1 to vaccinated arrivals, authorities said on Monday, as the country tries to boost its immunisation rate and revive its battered tourism sector. The regions include popular tourist areas Chiang Mai, Phangnga, Krabi, Hua Hin, Pattaya, and Cha-am, and follow the successful reopening of Phuket and Samui islands to vaccinated people in pilot schemes since July. Authorities will also reduce the quarantine time nationwide for visitors arriving from Oct. 1, the COVID-19 task force said, halving it to seven days for vaccinated arrivals, and cutting it to 10 days for those not inoculated.
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Royal Caribbean has built the world's largest cruise ship and it'll set sail in 2022 - see inside the Wonder of the Seas
The Wonder of the Seas will begin sailing from Fort Lauderdale, Florida to the Caribbean in March 2022. Tickets start at over $600 per person.
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Costco is renting 3 container ships and 'several thousand containers' to shield itself from supply chain delays and rising costs
Retailers across the US are facing delays, shortages, and rising costs because of an ongoing breakdown in the shipping supply chain.
There’s a reason travelers up and down the East Coast flock to the Highlands-Cashiers region; it’s home to some of the most relaxing, luxurious hotels in the state of North Carolina. Here’s where to stay this fall.
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Tech companies keep asking employees to take pay cuts to work remotely, but workers are rejecting the idea they should be paid differently based on where they live
Tech workers don't buy location-based compensation, and most say they won't take a pay cut. The industry is redefining how they should be paid.
22 Incredible National Parks From Around The World That Straight Up Look Like They Could Be On Another Planet
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Most offices have eight-hour workdays—how many of those hours are we really supposed to be working? We asked a productivity expert, a psychologist, a labor journalist, and a boss.
(Bloomberg) -- China may be diving head first into a power supply shock that could hit Asia’s largest economy hard just as the Evergrande crisis sends shockwaves through its financial system. Most Read from BloombergHow Los Angeles Became the City of DingbatsWhy the Gaza Strip May Be the City of the FutureSchool Reopenings Falter as U.S. Kids Near 1 Million Covid CasesThe Rise of the Pandemic DashboardA Jewish Tradition Makes Room for Unconventional DesignThe crackdown on power consumption is be
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Germany went to the polls on Sunday to choose a new leader, bringing a close to the era of Angela Merkel after her 16 years in power. But a major problem awaits the new chancellor of Europe’s largest economy: rising energy costs.
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ZUMA Press, Inc. / AlamyWhen I booked my trip to the little town of Eau Claire, Wisconsin, I mostly thought of cheese curds. And beer. The state, fondly known as America’s Dairyland, is famous for these fantastic homegrown products (as well as copious amounts of grassy farmland). However, Eau Claire sets itself apart as an artist incubator with an innovative foodie scene, all set against the backdrop of a Hallmark movie.Eau Claire was a city I wasn’t expecting, especially considering the unevent
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More than 1.5 million acres of Everglades ecosystem in South Florida provide a home for myriad birds, reptiles and mammals within the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States. The swampy wetlands are an important habitat for Florida flora and fauna but can be inhospitable for humans with seasonal heat, humidity and bugs. Nevertheless, these wildlands have drawn curious explorers ...
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I traveled to Iceland as a vaccinated American and the entry and exit process was tedious, but easy if you understand the rules
Vaccinated travelers from the US need to present their vaccine card, a negative COVID test, and a pre-arrival form.
Two major Taiwanese chipmakers, however, said their China facilities are operating as normal. The development comes as tight coal supplies in China and toughening emissions standards have triggered a contraction in heavy industry in several regions, dragging on the country's economic growth rate, analysts have said. Apple supplier Unimicron Technology Corp late on Sunday said three of its China subsidiaries stopped production from midday on Sept. 26 until midnight on Sept. 30 to "comply with the local governments' electricity limiting policy".
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