Xiaohu Zhang reports on how the new buzz around town and the next big breakthrough technology seems to be rising yet again from social media giant Facebook.
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The New York Times first introduced the term fast-fashion in the early 1990s to illustrate how fast Zara was in bringing runaway trends onto store racks at a relatively low price. Unfortunately, keeping up with these demands has seen companies adopt speedy, cheap, resource-intensive supply chains, says Krisna Chanti.
By Gianna Pinasco. Peru has been named top culinary destination in the world for five consecutive years, with its booming cuisine receiving worldwide attention for its richness in flavours, diversity in spices, and notorious ingredients grown only within its territory.
Jordan Stacks discusses how in order to feed almost 10 billion people by 2050, we must make sustainable improvements in our food systems and address the extraordinary growth in global demand for protein.
Imagine a future where everyone has access to high quality healthcare and each prescribed drug or treatment is uniquely tailored to you. Zuzanna Nagadowska tells us more.
Boya An looks at how in recent years, agricultural product sales in various countries have gradually shifted from the traditional mode to the e-commerce mode – from brick to click – and how the sudden onset of COVID-19 has accelerated the development of new sales modes.
In November 2019, the CEO of Tesla announced plans to build a “Gigafactory” in Grunheide, Brandenburg – but are the Brandenburg region and Tesla even a perfect fit? And who pulls the strings in the ongoing approval processes? Katrin Müller investigates.