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    Quote Originally Posted by Triển View Post
    Dân đào mỏ.
    Có công đào mỏ có ngày nên kim (cương):

    World’s third largest diamond discovered in Botswana
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...ed-in-botswana

    The diamond firm Debswana has announced the discovery in Botswana of a 1,098-carat stone that it described as the third largest of its kind in the world.

    It is also the biggest stone of gem quality to be discovered in the history of the company, a joint venture between the government and the global diamond giant De Beers.

    The world’s biggest diamond was the 3,106-carat Cullinan, found in South Africa in 1905.

    The second largest was the 1,109-carat Lesedi La Rona, discovered at Karowe in north-eastern Botswana in 2015.

    Botswana is Africa’s leading diamond producer.



    - Botswana: có thể từ chữ Hột Xoàn
    - Xoàn: từ chữ TOÁN (蒜) nghĩa là củ tỏi

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    Thì ra hột xoàn nguyên chất giòm nhăn nhúm thấy ghê.
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    nhăn nhúm thấy ghê
    Tại vì chưa qua dao kéo, photoshop.

    Ngọc bất trác bất thành khí
    Xoàn bất cắt bất chiếu sáng.

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    Mài thôi đừng cắt, nếu không mất hết công dụng.
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    Hỏi đá thạch anh bao nhiêu tuổi đời:

    Stones that sparked ‘diamond’ rush in South Africa are just quartz
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...z-tests-reveal

    People from across South Africa travelled to KwaHlathi in eastern KwaZulu-Natal province where villagers had been digging with picks and shovels since 12 June after a herder discovered the first stone in an open field and put out the word.

    The provincial executive council member for economic development and tourism, Ravi Pillay, said on Sunday he had counted about 3,000 people there during a visit to the site, where samples were taken to identify the stones.

    The event had highlighted the challenges faced by local people, he continued. Like many areas in South Africa, high levels of unemployment and poverty have left communities living hand to mouth.

    Meanwhile, the number of people mining the land had dwindled to less than 500, Pillay said, though significant damage had already been done with an area of about 5 hectares (12 acres) covered in holes of up to one metre, posing a danger to cattle.

    He said those who continued to mine – a situation that also risks the spread of Covid – would be encouraged to leave, and law enforcement could be drawn upon if necessary.
    Một đêm ăn trộm bằng ba năm đào...
    (Ca dao)

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    Belgium unveils plans to return DRC artworks stolen during colonial rule
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...-colonial-rule

    Belgium’s Africa Museum – a former totem to empire that has undergone a €75m (£64m) revamp and “decolonisation” process – has said up to 2,000 works, including statues, musical instruments and weapons, were acquired illegally during colonial rule of a swathe of central Africa, mostly the modern-day Democratic Republic of the Congo.

    The Black Lives Matter movement has accelerated Belgium’s reckoning with its colonial past, with statues to former King Léopold II defaced in the wake of the global protest.


    This week, the Belgian government unveiled long-awaited plans for restoring plundered works to the DRC.

    “Everything that has been acquired through force and violence under illegitimate conditions must in principle be returned,” said Thomas Dermine, the secretary of state for science policy. Objects that have been acquired in an illegitimate fashion by our ancestors, by our grandparents, great-grandparents, do not belong to us. They belong to the Congolese people. Full stop.”

    Belgium has returned works on an ad-hoc basis since the 1960s, but this is the first time items will be returned to Congolese ownership in a systematic way, without waiting for requests. The majority of the Africa museum’s collection – 85,000 of 120,000 items – came from Congo.

    Germany pledged to return its Benin bronzes to Nigeria earlier this year. Soon after taking office in 2017, the French president, Emmanuel Macron, promised to return African works held in French national museums – but campaigners have since criticised the slow pace of restitutions.
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