German football may be having its annual winter break, but in the marketing departments of the Bundesliga's top clubs, work is well under way preparing for the summer tour. And for the last few years that has meant trips to Asia. German clubs have, by their own admission, been late in their pursuit of the Asian market. So now they are playing catch up. That is why last summer found Bayern Munich playing in Singapore, their rivals Borussia Dortmund in Japan and both of them in China.
Em 2016, houve 1,7 milhão de trabalhadores migrantes a menos vivendo em cidades do que no ano anterior - o que certamente pode ter corroído as vendas de macarrão instantâneo. Mais de uma vez, a combinação do vagão sacudindo com a falta de jeito geral fazia gotas de molho apimentado de macarrão instantâneo caírem no meu olho. E isso doía. Mas os trens e estações chineses melhoraram.
On Wednesday, cryptocurrency Bitcoin fell by about 10% to a value of $15,800. "It has plunged," a colleague said. "Should we do a story?" Business journalists (or at least some of them) will debate passionately whether something is indeed a plunge, a dive, or merely a fall, a dip or a retreat. It's what makes us great company at parties. And sure, a 10% movement downwards would usually fall into one of the more dramatic descriptions.
@bmcclendon Google says Nikkei have got this one wrong. "There have been no changes to Google Maps in China. Maps has been accessible on desktop for years, but does not have an official presence in Android or iOS app stores in China."
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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