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Did You Know These Famous Works Were Born In Cafes And Restaurants?

Including J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series and Vincent Van Gogh's Café Terrace At Night painting.

Netflix's Emily In Paris Ruffles Feathers With Its Cliches

Maybe they shouldn't take it too seriously and enjoy it for its frivolousity.
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Life

Singapore Is Starting "Cruises To Nowhere" And They Are Booked Out

Flights to nowhere didn't take off but it looks like cruises to nowhere will set sail next month.

This Man Cleans Up Beaches One Bottle At A Time

He has made it his mission to collect glass bottles that wash up from the South China Sea. 
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Technology

This Monocular Camera Fits In Your Pocket

The concept is being crowdfunded by Canon in Japan.

Watches

Making Time September 2020

This may or may not be the best time to invest in a timepiece, but it certainly is the right time to start compiling your wish list. 

Food & Drink

Go Retro With Veuve Clicquot's Colourful Audio Cassette Tape Boxes

Embrace the 80s nostalgia with this scrumptious champagne.

Cars

Aston Martin Is Releasing Two New Cars Inspired By James Bond

A James Bond car can be yours.
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our contributors

Sport In The Time Of Coronavirus

Andrew Leci examines the impact of COVID-19 on the world of sport.

What Lies Next For The Future Of The Malayan Tiger

COVID-19 and the Malayan tiger and why we need to adapt or risk the Malayan tiger going extinct.

Tiger Conservation: Why It Is A Political Animal

Why there there isn't enough being done to save the Malayan tiger.

The Last Days of the Malayan Tiger

Less than 200 wild Malayan tigers remain. After years of conservation work and anti-poaching operations, what else will it take to save Malaysia’s iconic big cat?