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    Tẩy trùng rực rỡ



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    Xinh ga bo: Xực đồ rực rỡ

    Văn hóa cơm hàng cháo chợ được đem vào danh sách di sản văn hóa UNESCO

    Singapore street food added to Unesco heritage list
    https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2...-heritage-list

    One of Singapore’s most-loved institutions has been given a timely boost, with the country’s hawker culture being added to the Unesco list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

    The award took place at a virtual ceremony on 16 December and it sees the culture join the likes of yoga in India and the tango in Argentina.

    Hawker culture refers to the community of vendors who cook and sell meals in the 114 hawker centres across the city-state. The verdict could not have come at a better time for the vendors, providing invaluable protection after a precarious year.


    Last year, of the 58 places to eat in Singapore that made it on to the Michelin Bib Gourmand list, 33 were hawker stalls. Several of the stalls even have Michelin stars, which makes Singapore home to some of the cheapest Michelin-starred food in the world.

    The first hawker to achieve this feat was
    Liao Fan Hawker Chan in the Chinatown Complex Market, in 2016. For three Singapore dollars (around £1.65), diners can get a plate of Chef Chan’s soy sauce chicken rice – if they are prepared to embrace the long queues.



    Hàng bánh, hàng bún bày ra
    Cơm gà mì nước cùng là cháo kê
    Ăn rồi cắp đít ra về
    Thấy hàng bò bía lại lê chân vào
    Cuốn này bà bán làm sao
    Ba đồng một cặp lẽ nào chẳng mua

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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
    Xinh ga bo: Xực đồ rực rỡ

    Văn hóa cơm hàng cháo chợ được đem vào danh sách di sản văn hóa UNESCO

    Singapore street food added to Unesco heritage list
    https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2...-heritage-list


    Hàng bánh, hàng bún bày ra
    Cơm gà mì nước cùng là cháo kê
    Ăn rồi cắp đít ra về
    Thấy hàng bò bía lại lê chân vào
    Cuốn này bà bán làm sao
    Ba đồng một cặp lẽ nào chẳng mua



    Món này có trong danh sách UNESCO không há?
    "Nhân thui" hay nôm na là "Thịt người ung khói":


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    Spanker Knob, Bullshit Hill and Guys Dirty Hole are all real places in Australia
    https://www.theguardian.com/australi...s-in-australia

    The North Pole is located a short distance from Marble Bar, the hottest place in inland Australia. Siberia is near Kalgoorlie, with an average summer temperature of 35C. Australian humour is not complicated. And when you colonise a land that is almost the size of Europe, it’s easy to run out of names.

    - Useless Loop, Useless Inlet, Hard to Find Dam, WA.
    - Break-me-neck Hill, Bust-me-gut Hill, Bust Me Gall, Dismal Swamp, Horrible Hollow Gully and Nowhere Else, all in Tasmania.
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    Lovely Bottom, Prickly Bottom, Deep Bottom, Officers Bottom, Broad Bottom, Bottom Fancy, Boomers Bottom, Round Bottom, Stumpys Bottom, Lake Fanny, Bottom Lagoon, The Butts, and Butt of Liberty, all in Tasmania.
    - Other Side Of the Moon, WA.
    - Come by Chance, NSW.
    - 1770 (named for the year Captain James Cook stepped off the boat), Queensland.
    - Well it Wasn’t There Last Year, SA.
    "Down Under" nghe cũng hơi kỳ cục.

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    Bali: bãi rác rực rỡ

    Bali's beaches buried in tide of plastic rubbish during monsoon season
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/jan/04/balis-beaches-buried-in-tide-of-plastic-rubbish-as-monsoon

    Bali’s famous beaches are being strewn by plastic rubbish in what experts say is becoming an annual event thanks to monsoon weather, poor waste management and a global marine pollution crisis.Authorities are struggling to keep up with the tide of rubbish washing up on beaches at Kuta, Legian and Seminyak, where about 90 tonnes of rubbish was collected on Friday and Saturday.

    “It’s not new and it’s not surprising and it happens every year, and it’s been growing over the last decade,” said Dr Denise Hardesty, a principal research scientist at Australia’s CSIRO science agency and an expert on global plastic pollution.

    Hardesty has worked with marine pollution researchers in Indonesia and is one of the experts working with the Indonesia government on its action plan.

    The rubbish had likely not travelled far, she said, and there would be many other beaches on the Indonesian archipelago suffering a similar fate.


    Bali’s beaches in the southwest tended to catch rubbish when monsoonal rains and winds blow each year from west to east.

    Dã tràng xe rác biển Đông
    Nhọc nhằn mà chẳng nên công cán gì

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    Nàng tiên cá mắc cạn trong bãi rác rồi ....

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    Washington: đất lành chim đậu rực rỡ

    Hundreds flock to Maryland park to view 'exceptional' rare bird
    https://www.theguardian.com/environm...-maryland-park

    Hundreds of people have flocked to the Washington DC area to catch a glimpse of a new, celebrated arrival who has offered some welcome relief following a bruising year. No, it’s not Joe Biden.

    Excited birders have crammed into a Maryland park, braving rain and dismally low temperatures, to witness the painted bunting, a brightly coloured bird that usually reserves its elan for the warmer climes of Florida.

    Word spread of the bird’s presence after a posting on the
    eBird website, causing a surge of visitors to the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park, found on a bend of the Potomac River, a short journey north-west of Washington. On Saturday, more than 80 cars were still in line to get into the park shortly before its sundown closure, the Washington Post reported.

    Painted buntings are about 5in in length, dine on seeds and insects and prefer to construct nests in dense foliage. The species is also one that is having its preferred conditions warped by the climate crisis, according to Audubon, with rising global temperatures causing changes in the range of the painted bunting along with other species such as the western bluebird, American goldfinch and spotted towhee.


    Species in various countries
    are now being pushed north as conditions heat up, with researchers warning last year that two-thirds of North American bird species are at risk of extinction due to the climate crisis.

    Một con két không làm nổi mùa xuân.

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    Washington: đất lành chim đậu rực rỡ

    Hundreds flock to Maryland park to view 'exceptional' rare bird
    https://www.theguardian.com/environm...-maryland-park

    Một con két không làm nổi mùa xuân.



    Rome: đất lành chim tịch rực rỡ




    Hundreds of birds found dead in Rome's streets after New Year fireworks displays


    Hundreds of birds died after many people set off fireworks in the Italian capital on New Year’s Eve, animal rights groups said on Friday calling it a "massacre".

    Footage of streets near Rome’s main train station showed dozens and dozens of birds — mostly starlings — scattered lifeless on the ground.

    The cause of the deaths was not clear, but the International Organization for the Protection of Animals (OIPA) said it appeared related to a particularly loud display of firecrackers and fireworks in the leafy neighborhood that many birds use to nest.

    "It can be that they died from fear. They can fly up together and knock against each other, or hit windows or electric power lines. Let’s not forget they can also die of heart attacks," said Loredana Diglio, a spokeswoman for the organisation.

    Fireworks displays each year cause distress and injury to both wild and domestic animals, she noted. And the unusual concentration of bird deaths came despite a ban by the city of Rome on personal fireworks displays, which was widely ignored, and a 10 pm curfew due to virus restrictions.

    The Italian branch of OIPA has called for a ban on selling firecrackers and fireworks for personal use, citing the threat to animals.

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    Đan mạch cũng có chim đậu rực rỡ:

    Denmark launches children's TV show about man with giant pen..
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/jan/06/john-dillermand-denmark-launches-childrens-tv-show-man-giant-pen

    The Danish equivalent of the BBC, DR, has a new animated series aimed at four- to eight-year-olds about John Dillermand, the man with the world’s longest pen-- who overcomes hardships and challenges with his record-breaking genitals.

    Erla Heinesen Højsted, a clinical psychologist who works with families and children, said she believed the show’s opponents may be overthinking things. “John Dillermand talks to children and shares their way of thinking – and kids do find genitals funny,” she said.

    “The show depicts a man who is impulsive and not always in control, who makes mistakes – like kids do, but crucially, Dillermand always makes it right. He takes responsibility for his actions. When a woman in the show tells him that he should keep his penis in his pants, for instance, he listens. Which is nice. He is accountable.”

    Højsted conceded the timing was poor and that a show about bodies might have considered depicting “difference and diversity” beyond an oversized diller (Danish slang for pen--; dillermand literally means “pen---man”). “But this is categorically not a show about sex,” she said. “To pretend it is projects adult ideas on it.”


    DR responded to the latest criticism by saying it could just as easily have made a programme “about a woman with no control over her vagina” and that the most important thing was that children enjoyed John Dillermand.


    The pen is mightier than the sword.
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    Paris, tiền đồ rực rỡ:

    Paris agrees to turn Champs-Élysées into 'extraordinary garden'
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...n-anne-hidalgo

    André Le Nôtre, Louis XIV the Sun King’s gardener, first designed the wide promenade lined with a double row of elm trees on each side, called the Grand Cours.

    It was renamed the Champs-Élysées in 1709 and extended, and by the end of the century had become a popular place to walk and picnic.

    Before the Covid-19 crisis halted international tourism, the architect Philippe Chiambaretta, whose firm PCA-Stream drew up the makeover plans, said that of the estimated 100,000 pedestrians on the avenue every day, 72% were tourists and 22% work there.


    The eight-lane highway is used by an average of 3,000 vehicles an hour, most passing through, and is more polluted than the busy périphérique ring road around the French capital, he added.


    Chiambaretta said the Champs-Élysées had become a place that summed up the problems faced by cities around the world, “pollution, the place of the car, tourism and consumerism”, and needed to be redeveloped to be “ecological, desirable and inclusive”.


    The plans also include redesigning the famous Place de la Concorde – Paris’s largest place – at the south-east end of the avenue, described by city hall as a “municipal priority”. This is expected to be completed before the Olympic Games. The aim is to transform the Champs-Élysée by 2030.


    Hidalgo told Le Journal du Dimanche that the project was one of several intended to transform the city “before and after 2024”, including turning the area around the Eiffel Tower into an “extraordinary park at the heart of Paris”.
    Vậy sẽ đua xe đạp chặng cuối của Tua de France ở đâu?

 

 

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