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Classical concert to celebrate 50th anniversary of China-Germany ties
In a collaboration to mark 50 years of diplomacy between China and Germany, members of the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin and China National Opera House have produced a classical concert that celebrates the heritage of both nations.
Clearing up and replanting after Slovenia's largest-ever forest fire
It was the largest forest fire in Slovenia's history. It started sometime around the middle of July, and lasted until the beginning of August in the south-west of the country, at the border with Italy. Now it is extinguished, and the reforestation process has already started.
In his 33 years as CEO, Sir Martin Sorrell turned WPP - a company which initially made wire shopping baskets into the world’s largest advertising and public relations firm. Ousted in 2018 – when he was the longest serving CEO of a FTSE100 company, he’s now founded a new ad company S4 Capital.
It’s a remarkable story of survival and goodwill. Ousman Umar was a refugee from Ghana that made the perilous journey to Spain. He has now set up a charity called Nasco Feeding Minds that tries to help his countrymen so that they don’t feel the need to leave Ghana in search of a better life.
In 2004 Jerry Grey, in his 40s, decided to see the world. His first stop was China and he never left. His new boss became his wife and their fundraising efforts have raised millions, changed attitudes to disabled people and sent them on many adventures all over China. 🌍 #BridgeBuilders
Are airships the zero-carbon future of air travel?
It’s a long-haul flight to zero emissions – but airships could be the way forward, and UK company Hybrid Air Vehicles has already sold some of its Airlander models off-plan to Spanish domestic carrier Air Nostrum.
The Airlander derives its lift from a combination of three inputs. These are lifti...