The Battle is Launched To End Child Marriage In the United States
Child marriage is legal and real in the United States. The majority of states don’t set the minimum age to 18 affecting thousands of children. Former victims and national advocacy groups are fighting to revise the laws.
Programmers and Anime Fans Enjoy Moving Tiles In This Foreign Game
More and more software programmers and financial analysts choose the Japanese Mahjong as their leisure activity, and some of them are considering becoming professionals.
Having the world as an office
They no longer need an office and they centrainly don’t need to ask for vacation days. An increasing number of people are becoming digital nomads, allowing them to work while traveling the world.
Chinese Millennial Sneaker Heads Fuel US Sneaker Aftermarket
In order to meet the needs of the booming Chinese market, many US sneaker consignment and retail companies have expanded their business into the East in the past 2 years.
The unlikely tech innovation that could get people off New York City streets
Technology is quickly evolving, thus allowing for new innovations in many fields. One of the areas benefitting from new developments in the 3D printing world could soon be housing.
How Artificial Intelligence is Refreshing the Oldest Board Game
In the last two years, AlphaGo, a go-playing computer program developed by Google Deepmind, initially destroyed the last defense of human intelligence, and then refreshed the board game with its media influence and strong algorithm.
Shelter for Muslim Victims of Domestic Violence is a First
Serving Muslim domestic violence victims requires understanding of cultural and religious sensitivity, advocates say. For years, Muslim women have not had a shelter which addressed their cultural and religious needs. Asiyah Women’s Center, the first Muslim women’s shelter to open in New York City for domestic violence victims, is offering transitional housing, a service which has been lacking for years.
No commitment, less risky, pop-ups are increasingly favored by startups
First used by big brands to create “stunts” and to do advertisements, pop-ups have been increasingly used by e-commerce-oriented new brands to break into the market. Instead of seeking a long-term rental from a traditional real estate broker, or putting their products on the shelves of department stores, these small businesses seek to open a pop-up.