July 14, 2024 3:28 AM

Articles by Glory Moralidad

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    Airbnb Hosts Faces Tax Increase Of £400 To £3,300

    The British Government sees to do away rent-a-room tax relief for short-term lettings by Airbnb hosts and may increase the tax rates starting from £400 going to £3,300 in a year.

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    Pearl Harbor Boat Turns Into Diving Spot

    A Pearl Harbor ship was saved from demolition and was revamped to become a premiere art and diving destination that will uphold history and develop more research platforms on the waters of Virgin Gorda.

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    Nashville's Historic Segregated Lunch Counter Will Now Be A Restaurant

    The historic Woolworth building will be reopened as a restaurant that celebrates history, culture, and music.

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    Filing For Permanent Residency In Japan Is Now A Lot Easier

    Filing for permanent residency in Japan is now a lot easier as the Japanese Ministry of Justice placed into effect a new set of rules that allows foreign workers to become permanent residents for only one year. Before, it would take ten years for foreigners to become a citizen of the country.

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    The Most Beautiful Botanical Gardens In America

    Gardens and flowers have proven to be a delight to many travelers. If you're not going to The Epcot Flower and Garden Festival or see the Super Bloom In California's Desert, Travelers Today would like to invite you to these beautiful gardens in the U.S.

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    Why The Water In These Four Places Turn To Another Color

    See what happened in these countries and why their waters turn to another color.

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    14-Year-Old Boy Discovers WWII Plane And Its Pilot's Remains In His Family's Farm

    Fourteen-year-old Daniel Kristiansen from Denmark was just doing a research on World War II when he stumbled on a WWII airplane and its pilot on his family's farm. He and his father identified it to be a German Messerschmitt fighter plane, an aircraft which was considered as the most advanced fighter plane during that era.

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    New Exhibition Of Rome Colosseum Lets Tourists See Lesser-Known History Of The Site

    It seemed like Rome's Colosseum was more than just a gladiator's battlefield for the entertainment of the empire. Now, there's a new exhibition on the middle floor of the amphitheater that discusses the site's past of being a fortress, garden, stables and workshop.

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    The Best Filipino Restaurants In NYC (And Where To Find Them)

    If you're looking for Asian meals in New York, you might be thinking of Thai or Chinese. However, it's high-time you get to explore Filipino meals.

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    Drink Beer And Pay With Your Fingertips

    Proud Camden, a London-based bar, allows customers to pay their drinks through their fingertips with a technology that captures their finger veins linked with the person's debit or credit account. Together with Sthaler and Hitachi, the team brought and developed the Fingopay system respectively, for customers to have a unique and safe way of paying for their drinks.

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    Manchester's First Dog Cafe Is Now Open

    Manchester has opened its first beach-themed dog café in Wythenshawe for all dog lovers and their pups to play and lounge all day. The Beach Dog Café was built by Tony and Tania Golden who incorporated other services in the establishment like dog day care, home dog boarding, dog grooming, and dog walking.

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    Famed Azure Window Arch In Malta Now Gone Forever

    One of Malta's famous landmarks, the limestone Azure Window arch has collapsed after being battered by a heavy storm. Also known as Tieqa tad-Dwejra in the country, the arch was already being predicted by geologists of the possibility of crashing down, but they never expected that it would happen quite soon.

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    Statue of Liberty's Lights Go Out On A Day Without Women

    On Tuesday night, the Statue of Liberty went dark for a couple of hours. While people thought that the incident was related to the call of gender equality, the National Parks Service (NPS) pointed out that the unplanned outage was due to some construction work.

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    Women's Day 2017: The Fearless Girl Faces The Charging Bull In Wall Street

    If there were anyone in the world to face the Wall Street's Charging Bull, it would be The Fearless Girl, to honor the determination and strength of women in leadership. The day before the statue was installed, the State Street Global Advisors (SSGA) declared their stand on women's rights and gender equality on International Women's Day.

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    Mosul Museum In Iraq Reclaimed; Artifacts Now In Ruins

    Iraqi soldiers have reclaimed the Mosul museum, but it seemed that most of the artifacts are in ruin after the Islamic State destroyed much of the artworks. Three years ago, ISIS documented themselves smashing statues stating that the installation has caused so much veneration from the public and that it's a sin to worship more than one god.

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