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Le plan de la Chine d’atteindre l’autosuffisance dans les puces, mission impossible ?
Amal El Rhazi, Le plan de la Chine d’atteindre l’autosuffisance dans les puces, mission impossible ?.

Face à l’embargo américain contre Huawei Technologies, la Chine redouble d’efforts pour atteindre l’autosuffisance dans les puces électroniques. Un objectif qui s’annonce compliqué à atteindre, même dans plus de dix ans selon le cabinet IC Insights.   Depuis 2015, la Chine est engagée dans un gigantesque plan de […] Lire l'article
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Tutti Frutti Frozen Yogurt, 100 Citadel Dr #204, Commerce, CA 91716

Fro-yo girl here. This Tutti Frutti is at the Citadel Outlets in the food court area, so it benefits from a ton of foot traffic. It’s a smaller location and typical for a Tutti Frutti. There are 12 self-serve flavors and a limited selection of toppings and sauces for 57 cents an ounce. It’s more expensive but not surprising, since mall-based locations tend to be pricier. I was surprised by the wide variety of fresh fruit (grapes, mango, pineapple, strawberries, watermelon, pomegranate seeds, blueberries, kiwi). Other toppings include jellies, popping boba, mochi, nuts, sprinkles, candy, coconut, trail mix, chocolate chips, etc. Some of the toppings weren’t part of the toppings bar but you have to ask for them (e.g., bananas, cookie dough, whipped cream).

Start with a cup. They had different cup designs but all the cups were gigantic. I wasn’t offered any sample cups but in the past they’ve given others 1 sample cup or dispensed it themselves.

Froyo flavors of the day:

  • Original tart: My go to flavor at Tutti Frutti, it’s tangy, creamy, smooth and flavorful
  • Watermelon sorbet
  • Cookies & cream
  • Coconut
  • Mango
  • Cappuccino
  • Pistachio ice cream
  • French vanilla
  • Death by chocolate
  • Caramel
  • Pomegranate
  • Splenda strawberry

In addition to yogurt, they sell hot chocolate, tea, water, soda, bottled drinks, bags of chips, and Pringles. The place looks somewhat junky with all the bottles of soda and snacks, including some right by the entrance. There are a few small tables inside and outside.

The credit card minimum is $5 or 30 cents if you want to use a credit or debit card and your purchase is under $5. I was surprised that they had cute Tutti Frutti fruit shaped spoons.

You know you love me. X0 X0, fro-yo girl.

3 out of 5 stars

By Lolia S.

| PAOLO SARPI | 

Via Paolo Sarpi is a wide pedestrian street running through Chinatown, as one of Milan’s most obvious cultural landmarks. The street represents the duality and vibrancy through every part of it. It is a multi-commercial street, a destination for different age groups and different nationalities in a Chinese neighbourhood in the middle of a metropolitan Italian city. Despite what would be thought, it is interesting to find that only 15% of the population in the neighbourhood is Chinese and the remaining is Italian. The street is comprised mainly of a combination of early 20th Century mixed-use buildings as well as more recently built ones, with retail commercial on the ground floor and residential in the upper floors As you are walking through Via paolo Sarpi you can feel a kind of peace filling the atmosphere around you. It’s hard to believe that this place is going through problems since 1999 when the commercial boom started to cause congestion with trucks on the street. Those problems have been solved by restructuring the tram line and the construction of traffic islands to discourage the loading and unloading of goods. However, a lot of work had been done to solve that, but new ones erupted on the surface, such as the reallocation of the residents from the neighbourhood and renovation of the buildings, which causes their prices to raise significantly. Since 2011, when the street completely transformed into a pedestrian one, together with the development of the Garibaldi area, caused the prices to rise in the last 10 years by 10.3%. This gentrification has promoted a surge of new high quality restaurants and shops that have replaced the old, traditional boutiques.

Credits | Group 11: Arriaga Ayala Claudia Maria, Cavalli Letizia, De Andrade Sharon Malta, Hala Abuelgasim Mohamed Hamedalla

| GALLERIA | 

The word galleria is used in the italian context as the word Arcade which is covered walkway, usually top-lit, either by means of a clerestory or with a glazed roof, with shops on both or one side. It is derived from the Islamic bazaar. These architectural forms incorporated and were inspired by technological and industrial advances that characterised modern urban spaces in the nineteenth-century, such as the introduction of gas lighting and electricity and developments in iron, steel and glass construction. They were an economic and social centre, both a product and a representation of diverse strands of social, cultural and political changes, which occurred in different cities and nations at different times throughout the world. The retail aspect of the arcades is incontestably a crucial one. Lining the pedestrian ways of the galleria were individual stores that provided specialised goods. The huge Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Milan (1864–7—by Mengoni—the roof structure of which is of iron and glass) contains a wide assortment of spaces and tenants that makes it a social, cultural and business hub, an extension of the street outside. In the past these services intended to attract the custom of the rising middle classes to whose identity the conspicuous consumption of luxury goods sold in such establishments was central. But the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, although still associated today with the retail function is much more than just a place to buy goods, it has become a site of fashion and leisure, a place to see and to be seen due to the strong fashion character of the city that its location have given. A galleria is also a representation of social, cultural and political changes and it is possible to observe this in how other Gallerias in Milan were affected by the latest recessions the country suffered becoming less popular, with empty shops and as a sleeping place for the homeless.

Credits | Group 1: Chuquin Alarcon Paloma Lee, Elwaleed Abdelaziz Ali Sara, Papachristou Sotirios, Tenorio De Araujo Isadora

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Why Air Ambulance Bills Are Still Sky-High
The median air ambulance bill is more than $36,000 and is seldom covered by health plans. So far, legislative hurdles and industry pressure have kept Congress from stepping in. ... Since nearly three-quarters of flights are for patients insured by low-paying Medicare, Tricare and Medicaid, he says, "providers must shift costs to insured patients." ... States are hampered in their efforts to ease the strain for residents. The Airline Deregulation Act of 1978, which was intended to encourage more competition, prohibits states from regulating prices for any air carrier, including air ambulances. What's more, many large employers' health insurance is not governed by states but regulated by the federal labor law known as ERISA. So a remedy likely has to come from Congress. And it has proved to be a heavy lift. For example, the committees that deal with regulation of the air industry — the Commerce Committee in the Senate and the Transportation Committee in the House — don't make health policy or regulate health insurance. Last year, some lawmakers sought to let states regulate air ambulances with a provision in the bill reauthorizing the Federal Aviation Administration. But that measure was ultimately eliminated. Instead, the bill called for the creation of an advisory committee to study air ambulance prices and surprise bills. "The air ambulance lobby did a very good job playing defense during FAA authorization," says Gelfand. The panel, which was supposed to be formed within 60 days of the law's enactment date — Oct. 5, 2018 — still has not been created.

Even a company goes through (or ideally should) go through a NINE STEP scientific selection procedure for recruiting employees. Even they have higher standards than you’ve had for letting people in your life for so long. Not asking you to ask potential friends and lovers to write tests or give interviews but at least follow the policy of probation? Do you really have to spill your soul before the 3-month mark? Isn’t it good to wait and see who that person is like in the most basic way? And you know even when the company is doing a background investigation of the applicant like calling their previous employer and checking other references, they know as a fact that these references are highly biased and not quite reliable. So please don’t think that just because you and your friends have spent like intensive hours stalking them on social media and know their favourite pizza toppings and the movie that made them cry, that you actually know them. Remember, no one, not even you, ever puts up anything online that you don’t want people to know and so you’re careful and guarded. And no. Memes don’t reflect a person’s personality. Even though your generation makes you want to believe that. See, I know a person in your life can’t be equated to a prospective employee in a company. Which is exactly why you have to be all the more careful. Honestly, you have a lot less resources, namely time, effort, trust and hope, than a company to invest it in the wrong person. And remember the golden key of the selection process? The best employee may not be the best suited for your organisation. That. Remember that. Just because someone is conventionally desired in how they look or the interests they have or the kind of work they do or the books they read, doesn’t mean they are well suited for you and your life. They may be an amazing person, but not necessarily suitable for you. And that’s not on them or on you. Doesn’t make either of you a horrible person. It just makes you a smart enough person to save both you and them from a lot of unnecessary drama and or trauma. Oh and one last quick thing. You know how after a company selects the employer it has to be very careful about their placement? Which position, which team, which department? You too have to understand that just because they make you laugh or you have the best 3 am conversations doesn’t mean that you and they are meant to be romantically. Or that if you and someone shares really sad, personal life details once, that doesn’t make you and them BFFs. Maybe they are just friends. And that’s enough too, isn’t it?

Le pétrolier Oxy captera le carbone de l'air du Texas
Amal El Rhazi, Le pétrolier Oxy captera le carbone de l'air du Texas.

Au Texas va être construite la plus grande centrale de capture directe du carbone dans l’air. La compagnie Occidental Petroleum (Oxy) s’associe – via sa filiale Oxy Low Carbon Ventures – au canadien Carbon Engineering pour construire au Texas la plus grande centrale de capture directe du carbone dans l’air. Les travaux devraient débuter en […] Lire l'article
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