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The Kitchen Network

newyorker:

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There are over 40,000 Chinese restaurants across the country—nearly three times the number of McDonald’s outlets. In our Money Issue, Lauren Hilgers investigates the international network that fuels America’s Chinese-restaurant workforce.

Photograph by Annie Ling

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explore-blog:

Karl Marx's life and legacy, in a graphic biography 

explore-blog:

Karl Marx's life and legacy, in a graphic biography 

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showslow:

Flying Beverages, Photo Series by Manon Wethly | Website

Belgium-based photographer and designer Manon Wethly used her Instagram account to start this incredible personal project featuring captures of airborne drinks.

“No liquid is safe from being catapulted in front of her camera, Wethly uses coffee, milk, juice, water and other drinks to get the perfect mix of form and color to make some pretty fantastic shots. She says most of the photos are captured with her iPhone though she’s also begun experimenting with larger cameras.” (via)

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theeconomist:

Daily chart: Measuring people power
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nadimnida:

"The Last Billboard" 
A 36-foot-long billboard located at the corner of Highland and Baum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Every month, a different individual is invited to take over the billboard to broadcast personalized messages, which are spelt out using wooden letters that are changed by hand.

nadimnida:

"The Last Billboard" 

A 36-foot-long billboard located at the corner of Highland and Baum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Every month, a different individual is invited to take over the billboard to broadcast personalized messages, which are spelt out using wooden letters that are changed by hand.

(Source: naddionisio, via adventurousemily)

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newyorker:

Despite Beijing’s best efforts, images from the Hong Kong protests are spreading around the world. Emily Parker investigates the “powerful psychological effect” of the demonstration’s social-media reach. 
Photograph by Ashley Pon/Getty

newyorker:

Despite Beijing’s best efforts, images from the Hong Kong protests are spreading around the world. Emily Parker investigates the “powerful psychological effect” of the demonstration’s social-media reach

Photograph by Ashley Pon/Getty

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Some words hurt
Because deep down inside
We know
There is some truth to them

The kind of learning
And experience
That leave deep, lasting impressions
Struggles
Usually involve pain

When the mind becomes clear
And the heart becomes open
The pain will subside

In time, little one, with time

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aestheticgoddess:

Yago Hortal
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Ross and Rachel looking for baby names.

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