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The Hong Kong beekeeper harvesting hives barehanded

High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. While most new beekeepers buy insects from those with already established colonies, Yip prefers a more organic method, trekking into the hills and catching wild bees using skills he developed through trial and error from the age of seven.
Tags: Hong Kong, Science, China, Yip


Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo: Step inside an intergalactic food hall at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Disneyland

Step into the Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo restaurant in Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland and you’ll find hungry Star Wars fans dining inside special effects-laden shipping containers beneath a food freighter spaceship operated by a surly alien cook. Docking Bay 7 will offer an intergalactic twist on the latest food hall and food truck trends in the Black Spire Outpost village on the Star Wars planet of Batuu, the setting for the new 14-acre themed lands coming to the Anaheim theme park and Disney’s ...
Tags: Asia, Florida, Disney, Sport, Customers, Things To Do, Soccer, Morocco, Beatty, Amusement Parks, Disneyland, Naboo, Southern California, Disney World, Anaheim, Tokyo Japan


New ‘Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge’ Concept Art for Milk Stand, Creature Stall, Docking Bay

As the opening date for Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge draws closer, Disney Parks has released brand-new concept art for the merchandise and dining locations where you can buy and eat all things Star Wars-related. That includes detailed recreations of Docking Bay 7 and Milk Stand from Batuu, as well as Bina’s Creature Stall, where you can purchase creatures from around the galaxy. Take a look at the new Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge concept art below. Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge Concept Art Get hyped ...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Theme Parks, Disneyland, Lucasfilm, Orlando Florida, Yip, Anaheim California, Hollywood Studios, Disney Parks, BINA, Star-Wars, Disney/Pixar, Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, Batuu, Moof Juice


Disneyland will open Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge nearly a month earlier than expected

Disneyland’s much anticipated new Star Wars:Galaxy’s Edge land will open to the public May 31, Disney Chairman Bob Iger announced Thursday morning, March 7,  during the company’s annual shareholder meeting in St. Louis, Missouri, 165 miles from Marceline, Missouri, where Walt Disney was raised on a farm. Iger said that “tremendous demand” from guests led to the decision to open earlier than expected. “On opening day, we will transport guests to a galaxy far, far away,” Iger told the shareholders...
Tags: Facebook, Florida, Disney, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Iger, Resistance, Amusement Parks, Disneyland, Disneyland Resort, Tampa, Walt Disney, Southern California, Kylo Ren, Anaheim


14 otherworldly foods you can eat in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland, plus Blue Milk to wash it all down

Hungry travelers in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland can choose between smokey barbecue ribs from a Kaadu beast found on Naboo, a deep fried Tip-Yip bird from Endor or space meat cooked over a podracing engine — all topped off with a cold glass of Blue Milk. Five locations will serve 14 food items and 31 drinks in the Black Spire Outpost on the planet Batuu, the 14-acre “Star Wars” land under construction in Anaheim. Each of the restaurants and food stalls in Galaxy’s Edge will have an ext...
Tags: Asia, Florida, Disney, Sport, Turkey, Things To Do, Soccer, Morocco, House, Resistance, Amusement Parks, Disneyland, Naboo, Southern California, Disney World, Anaheim


Disneyland’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge sneak peek: Photos and more about the rides, food, merch

This galaxy is no longer far, far away. The highly anticipated Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge promises to let visitors climb into the cockpit of the Millennium Falcon, build their own droid from spare parts and belly up to a spaceport cantina for an alien cocktail when the new themed land opens at Disneyland in June. The massive 14-acre project, at a cost pegged at $1 billion by theme park analysts, marks the largest expansion in Disneyland history and represents Disney’s most ambitious attempt yet to...
Tags: Star Wars, Florida, Disney, Sport, Soccer, Glendale, Resistance, Disneyland, Lucasfilm, Dok, Mediterranean, Kylo Ren, Disney World, Anaheim, Jedi, Goodwin


Klasie Kraalogies: Purity Culture?

Purity Culture? by Klasie Kraalogies In January 2015, the Washington Post announced that the famed Joshua Harris, author of “I Kissed Dating Goodbye”, announced his resignation from his church, and headed off to seminary. Then, by August 2016 we read that he had started grappling with the reality that maybe he wasn’t quite correct. However, from 1997 when the book was published, the no-dating-no-sex-contact-no-nothing model of courtship blossomed in the US. But…. Let me tell you an older st...
Tags: Washington Post, Sex, Religion, US, Rome, Rebecca, South Africa, Guest Bloggers, HARRIS, Joshua, NPD, Isaac, Yip, Joshua Harris, Guido Reni, Potiphar


Indonesia-focused Intudo Ventures raises new $50M fund

Intudo Ventures, a VC firm focused on Indonesia, has closed a new $50 million fund. This is Intudo’s second fund to date following its $20 million debut last year. The firm is a relative newcomer to Southeast Asia but a key differentiator is that it is solely focused on Indonesia, which is the world’s fourth most populated country with over 260 million people and the region’s largest economy. It is also the dominant market for tech and the internet in the region. According to a much-cited report...
Tags: Google, Fundings & Exits, Asia, Japan, Money, Indonesia, Entrepreneurship, Finance, China, Southeast Asia, Singapore, Funding, Tech, Investment, Taiwan, Walgreens


Lunar New Year is a celebration of ancestry

In celebration of the Chinese New Year Lion Dancers woo the crowd during the 115th Golden Dragon Parade as it goes through Chinatown in Los Angeles Saturday, February 1, 2014 as they bring in the Year of the Horse. (Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz/Pasadena Star-News) Dragons play with the crowd as people celebrate the coming lunar year during the annual Tet Parade in the heart of Little Saigon Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018 in Westminster. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer) ...
Tags: California, China, Kung Fu, Disney, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Vietnam, Bruce Lee, Orange County, Chinatown, Southern California, Kelly, Anaheim, David Carradine


All I want (to make) for Christmas: Yip Yips stockings

OMG, these hand-crocheted Yip Yips stockings by Carissa Browning sure do make me smile. The big mouths of Sesame Street's Muppet martians are perfect for stuffing in holiday gifts (and later for storing toys, Browning suggests). One catch: If you want these, you'll have to crochet or knit them yourself. Fortunately, Browning has provided patterns for them which can be downloaded for free from her Ravelry page. The spaceship has landed, and any fan of late 20th century children’s public televisi...
Tags: Crochet, Post, Old school, News, Stockings, Sesame Street, Christmas, Muppets, Crocheting, Knitting, Browning, Yip, Knit, Carissa Browning, Hung by the chimney with care, Yip Yips


Yip Yips stockings! Uh-huh. Uh-huh. Uh-huh. Yip yip yip.

We’ve seen Seuss stockings. We’ve seen Mermaid stockings but I don’t know if I’ve ever laughed as hard at a stocking as I did when Kristen shared these knit Yip Yips Muppet stockings with me. With the help of a free knitting or crochet pattern offered by Carissa Browning in her Ravelry shop, you can create your […]
Tags: Diy, Shopping, Muppets, Pop Culture, Kristen, Holiday Gift Ideas, Holiday Crafts, Yip, Gifts For Kids, Birthday gifts, Gifts For Geeks, Holiday Picks, Gifts For Teens + Tweens, Yip yip yip, Carissa Browning


Chef Yip Gian Ding Wins GOLD at Lee Kum Kee International Young Chef Chinese Culinary Challenge 2018

Chef Yip Gian Ding Wins GOLD at Lee Kum Kee International Young Chef Chinese Culinary Challenge 2018  Lee Kum Kee is a household brand in Malaysia since decades ago. Some of their popular sauces include the oyster sauce and the soy sauce. However, most people didn’t know the history of the brand. Lee Kum Kee was established in 1888 when its founder Mr. Lee Kum Sheung invented oyster sauce. With a glorious history of 130 years, Lee Kum Kee has become a household name of Chinese sauces and condime...
Tags: Travel, Food, Asia, Hong Kong, Japan, Featured, Events, United States, Malaysia, Netherlands, Kuala Lumpur, Bacon, Group, Headline, White, Announcements / Press Releases / Statements


Iron Fist Season 2 Episode 8 Recap

Iron Fist Season 2 Episode 8 Recap Iron Fist season 2 episode 8 opens with contrasting training styles. Davos is primarily physically training the recruits he gathered in the previous episode in the style that he was taught in K’un-Lun. Colleen, on the other hand, is primarily concerned with Danny’s mental and emotional training. “No One Wants Their Teeth Pulled Out” Walker awakens after taking control of her body and finds the video recording that Mary left for her. Playing it through, Wa...
Tags: TV, Movies, Marvel, Davos, Netflix, Chinatown, Joy, Iron Fist, Mary, Ward, Yang, Bethany, Walker, Danny, Colleen, Yip


Canada: Not Necessarily Here: Ontario Court Of Appeal Clarifies Jurisdictional Limits For Secondary Market Misrepresentation Claims - Cassels Brock

In its recent decision in Yip v. HSBC Holdings plc, the Ontario Court of Appeal clarified the jurisdiction of the Ontario courts with respect to secondary market misrepresentation claims.
Tags: News, Canada, Ontario, Ontario Court of Appeal, Yip, HSBC Holdings, Cassels Brock


Canada: The Man Who Sold (Around) The World: Ontario Not A Default Jurisdiction For Securities Class Actions - Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP

In its decision in Yip v. HSBC Holdings PLC, the Ontario Court of Appeal clarified the proper interpretation of "responsible issuer" in the context of a statutory claim for secondary market misrepresentation
Tags: News, Canada, Ontario, Ontario Court of Appeal, Yip, HSBC Holdings Plc, Blake Cassels, Graydon LLP


Canada: Ontario Court Of Appeal Articulates Jurisdictional Limits To Secondary Market Misrepresentation Claims Against Foreign Issuers - Torys LLP

The Ontario Court of Appeal has upheld a stay of proceedings in Yip v. HSBC Holdings plc.
Tags: News, Canada, Ontario Court of Appeal, Yip, HSBC Holdings


Canada: Ontario Court Of Appeal Clarifies Jurisdictional Limits Of Secondary Market Claims In Yip V. HSBC Holdings Plc - Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

The recent judgment of the Ontario Court of Appeal in Yip v. HSBC Holdings plc[1] provides helpful guidance on the jurisdictional limits of secondary market proceedings commenced in respect
Tags: News, Canada, Ontario Court of Appeal, Yip, HSBC Holdings Plc, Osler Hoskin, Harcourt LLP, Ontario Court of Appeal in Yip


Frozen: An ice-cool Suzuki GN400 street tracker

You could argue that the modern custom scene owes its success to Universal Japanese Motorcycles. They’re affordable, reliable and easy to pull apart—making them the perfect blank canvas for builders. Not all UJMs get equal time in the limelight, though. And according to Ventus Garage of Kraków, Poland, there’s one that deserves a lot more love: the Suzuki GN400. So they’ve turned a GN400 into a cool street tracker coated in BMW’s famous matte ‘Frozen’ paint. “The Suzuki GN400 is a very ove...
Tags: Motorcycles, Bmw, Bentley, Accel, Devil, Yamaha, Krakow, Alcantara, Yip, Suzuki, Krakow Poland, Bartek, Custom Motorcycles, Nissin, Suzuki Motorcycles, HEL


Airshow Review: Thunder Over Michigan

The annual Thunder Over Michigan Airshow, presented by Ypsilanti’s Yankee Air Museum, returned vintage and modern aircraft to the skies over Southeast Michigan this past Labor Day Weekend. Thunder Over Michigan is known worldwide as a premier warbird show, and the organizers have had success in recent years attracting modern jet teams to expand their traditional flying program of vintage fighters, bombers, and transport aircraft. This year’s edition was no different, as the U.S. Navy’s Blue Ang...
Tags: Navy, Toronto, Events, Spotlight, South Africa, Ford, Blues, Aviation, Michigan, Cleveland, Lockheed, Douglas, Bobby, Albert, Jim, Matt


Non-crappy Valentines Day Gifts

Valentines Day gifts for her that won’t be in the bin by Monday. Girl v’s Cancer Tit-tees Brain child of Lauren Mahon who began Girl v’s Cancer after she was told she had cancer. At the age of 31 her life was dramatically altered and she shared her cancer treatment through social media as girlv’scancer. These t-shirts, classily called the tit-tees, were born out of Laurens desire to raise money for charities with a caner focus. They cost just £28 each, 25 per cent of the proceeds is donated ...
Tags: UK, Greece, Life, Religion, Girl, Calvin Klein, Valentines Day, Yip, Laurens, Calvin Kleins, Blogger Ballymena, Blogger Ni, Gift Guide Ballymena, Lauren Mahon, s Cancer, Lululemon Amazon


Australia's DuluxGroup says unit to sell China, HK coatings business

(Reuters) - Australia's DuluxGroup Ltd said on Wednesday its majority-owned joint venture company DGL Camel International has agreed to sell most of its coatings business in Hong Kong and China to Yip's Chemical Holdings Ltd .
Tags: Hong Kong, Money, Australia, China, businessNews, Yip, Reuters Australia, DuluxGroup, DuluxGroup Ltd, DGL Camel International


Canada: "Entrepreneurial" Class Plaintiff Hit With $1 Million Costs Award - WeirFoulds LLP

In Yip v. HSBC Holdings plc, a decision released on November 20, 2017, Justice Perell awarded partial indemnity costs of $1 million to defendants that had succeeded
Tags: News, Canada, Yip, HSBC Holdings, Perell


Canada: Ontario Superior Court Grants Costs Exceeding $1 Million To Successful Defendants In "Entrepreneurial" Class Action - Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP

The Yip v. HSBC Holdings plc saga has concluded with the granting of a costs award in the amount to $1,000,455.22 to the successful defendants following an unsuccessful motion by the representative plaintiff for certification and leave.
Tags: News, Canada, Ontario Superior Court, Yip, HSBC Holdings, Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP


Antifa Teacher Being Sued

The psycho wingnut teacher who helped launch the Antifa antics is being sued. :D: :D: :D: Yip, yip, yahoo! Berkeley College GOP President SUES Psycho... This nutcase is so radical she sends shivers up my spine. What a smug POS!
Tags: Weapon, Political News and Discussion, Yip, Berkeley College GOP


Custom Bikes Of The Week: 5 November, 2017

A Yamaha XS650 from Texas , a BMW R90 from China, a Honda tracker and Triumph Bobber from France, and a Yamaha XV1000 from New Zealand. We’re racking up the air miles this week. BMW R90 by Mandrill Garage China Isn’t exactly a hotbed of custom motorcycle activity, but with shops like Mandrill Garage building bikes like this, there’s hope. Based in Beijing, Mandrill was founded about five years ago by four friends as a side project, and has grown steadily with builds like this 1976 BW R90/6....
Tags: Texas, France, China, Beijing, Motorcycles, Ducati, New Zealand, Estonia, Bmw, Honda, Pacific, Nelson, Chris, Harley, Yamaha, Kawasaki


Canada: When Is A Foreign Issuer A "Responsible Issuer" For The Purpose Of Part XXIII.1 Of The Ontario Securities Act? - Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP

In Yip v. HSBC Holdings plc et al., 2017 ONSC 5332, Justice Perell was called upon to determine the jurisdictional reach of the Ontario courts to protect Canadian and foreign investors
Tags: News, Canada, Ontario, Yip, HSBC Holdings, Perell, Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP


The Colorado Avalanche: An Odyssey of Idiocy, Part 1

After a dismal 2016-17 season, the Colorado Avalanche are in the midst of their third rebuild in 10 years. But who’s counting? It’s not like the Avs haven’t had the resources to improve. Their various rebuilds have yielded some high draft picks and top-tier NHL talent. Yet here we are, now almost 10 years removed from the Avs’ last playoff series win in 2008, and the team put up the kind of atrocious, nauseating, disgusting year they haven’t endured since they were called the Quebec Nordiques. ...
Tags: Usa, Colorado, Boston, Los Angeles, Sport, Gm, San Jose, Las Vegas, Hockey, NHL, Siemens, Red Bull, Johnson, Montreal, San Jose Sharks, Jones


Best books of 2017 so far

Last week I decided to count up how many book I have read this year so far – it came to a very satisfactory 35 books. And since we are half way through the year I have picked out my five favourite books so far. NOTE: this is not a list of the 5 best books published in 2017 so far – this is a personal list of my favourite reads as I came to them. Here we go: In no particular order: 1/ Don’t Look Now by Daphne Du Maurier – And behold I have discover another favourite author. This bunch of short st...
Tags: Books, Religion, Iran, Northern Ireland, Margaret Atwood, Daphne du Maurier, Lampedusa, Veblen, Marjane Satrapi, Ian McEwan, Yip, Deborah Levy, Co Antrim, Emma Jane Kirby, Books Ballymena, Leon by Kit de Waal


Obsession: Mark Johnston’s 11th BMW is this R100RT cafe

When your garage is packed with eleven BMW motorcycles spanning seven decades—and you have no car—it’s safe to say that your hobby has morphed into an obsession. So what do you do when simply collecting bikes isn’t enough? That’s easy: you start customizing them. Meet Mark Johnston—a trained mechanical engineer who now works as a computer security specialist in Cape Town, South Africa. And this Mark’s first custom project: one of the most meticulous airhead builds we’ve ever seen. Mark’s gar...
Tags: South Africa, Motorcycles, Bmw, Mark, Cape Town South Africa, Brembo, Yip, Mark Johnston, Custom Motorcycles, BMW motorcycles, Café Racer, Motogadget, BMW R100, GSX R, Devin Paisley Mark, Black Silver Customs


Employees at this Hong Kong company get an annual one-month sabbatical to offset 21-hour workdays

Achieving work-life balance is hard enough with an eight-hour workday. But a 21-hour day? Forget it. Such is life at the boutique ad agency Secret Tour Hong Kong, where normal work days are 10 hours long and overtime days are often twice that. STHK co-founders Jennifer Yip and Stephen Chung believe that hard work deserves recognition, however, which is why the company will begin offering annual one-month paid sabbaticals to each of their 16 employees starting later this August. Half the staff wi...
Tags: Hong Kong, Japan, Trends, Chung, Yip, Stefan Sagmeister, Jennifer Yip, Stephen Chung, STHK