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August 4, 2014
Xu Qing, 29, has refused to work ever since leaving university, claiming that employment is too boring. He has now moved his girlfriend into the home he shares with his parents and demanded he be fed and waited on hand and foot. Initially his mother Xu Hsing cooked and cleaned after her only child at...
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The high-speed Mexico City-Queretaro train, which will cover the 210-kilometer (130-mile) route at a speed of 300 kph (186 mph), will be the first of its kind in Latin America, the Communications and Transportation Secretariat said. The train will carry 23,000 passengers per day “safely, quickly, comfortably and in an environmentally friendly way,” the secretariat...
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In the twenty-first century technology plays an important role in society, so it stands to reason that local tourism can be impacted through mobile APP technology. The Vallarta – Nayarit APP for smartphones and tablets are proof of this. Currently the “Vallarta Nayarit App” is a free download created by the Visitors Bureaus of Puerto...
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The University of Southern California on Tuesday announced an agreement with the Mexican Foundation for Education, Technology, and Science (FUNED) to provide joint scholarships to students in Mexico seeking master’s and professional degrees. The announcement came as part of Governor Jerry Brown’s Mexico Trade and Investment Mission. During the four-day trip, USC officials including Senior...
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