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Chinese suppliers face ambiguous global supply chain amid pandemic
Via: Buzz of the Orient • 2 Comments • one week ago
Kavika last wrote: The problem arises with not a lack of containers but them being in the wrong spot. The US is overwhelmed with empties and a lack of chassis, china...
What Made Walter Cronkite The Most Trusted Communicator in America?
Via: Buzz of the Orient • 5 Comments • one week ago
Hallux last wrote: MacNeil/Lehrer
Receptionist at Toronto law firm dies from stab wounds after business targeted by suspect, police say
Via: Buzz of the Orient • 1 Comments • 2 weeks ago
Buzz of the Orient last wrote: This article disturbed me by making me recall a scary situation. I was the senior partner of a law firm in Toronto, and we had an attractive young...
Wolf Symbolism: The Spiritual Meaning Of Seeing Wolves
Via: Buzz of the Orient • 5 Comments • 2 weeks ago
shona1 last wrote: Anoon.. love Wolves... their eyes see right through you and they have such expressive faces. Closest we have is the Dingo and they just don't quite...
Canadian scientists find key to high-quality, eco-friendly chocolate
Via: Buzz of the Orient • 12 Comments • 2 weeks ago
Raven Wing last wrote: "..." Indeed, I miss her so very much. She was such a sweet and kind person who looked for the good in people instead of the bad.
Via: Buzz of the Orient • 9 Comments • 2 weeks ago
Trout Giggles last wrote: Those only stretch my biceps...and they look fine for a 59 year old woman.
China cuts video game time for kids to 3 hours each week
Via: Buzz of the Orient • 10 Comments • 3 weeks ago
Kavika last wrote: I agree with China on this. The amount of time kids spend on internet games isn’t helping them expand their horizons.
We Have No Idea What We're Fighting For Anymore
Via: Buzz of the Orient • 9 Comments • 3 weeks ago
Nerm_L last wrote: "..." Then close the Hamid Karzai Airport and remove the troops. All these Afghans can find refuge in Iran and Pakistan. They'll love it there.
China Says Zero New Local Cases; U.S. Deaths Rise: Virus Update
Via: Buzz of the Orient • 4 Comments • 3 weeks ago
Buzz of the Orient last wrote: I guess that as long as something is not "in the best interests of America", it's not of any interest to Americans.
The hidden costs of American imperialism
Via: Buzz of the Orient • 2 Comments • 3 weeks ago
Buzz of the Orient last wrote: I really can't blame Americans for not wanting to comment on this article, because Its not "in the best interests of America".