Car schooling is designed to improve time spent behind the wheel. There are things you can do safely in the driver’s seat to fully utilize your time if you are stuck in a traffic jam or waiting to collect someone.
Anthony Amato always wanted to explore Beijing. But when he arrived he realized that he had underestimated how hot the capital could be with the mercury pushing higher than 30 C almost every day in July and August. But thanks to his Chinese colleagues, the young traveler from the United States found various ways to cool down and they even took a cue from history when they visited the Summer Palace to find out how previous generations stayed cool. Aviation start-up Volocopter has raised about $29.5 million from investors such as German automaker Daimler, to produce driverless air taxis. The financial injection for Volocopter boosts their plan for testing in Dubai at the end of this year and the introduction of its latest model, Volocopter 2X, has made the company a global leader when it comes to safety and autonomous flying. The company has signed an agreement with Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority to kick off trial operations of its aerial taxi in the fourth quarter of this year in the emirate. The Palace Museum in Beijing’s Forbidden City is displaying a range of tureen photos on Sina Weibo, in celebration of summer. With soaring temperatures, quenching thirst is a priority. These historic tureens, sometimes called pitchers, are specifically designed to sip tea. Visit our website to have a look at the tureens used by in bygone days.
will be released on Aug 18, two months after the debut of another Tibetan-language hit film. With box office sales nearing 100 million yuan ($15 million) since its release on June 20, directed by Zhang Yang, traces the story of a Tibetan family’s pilgrimage from Chamdo to Lhasa and the holy Mount Kangrinboqe. Also directed by Zhang, tells the story of a Tibetan wanderer from a distant time who discovers a sacred stone, and the quest to return it to its rightful home on a holy mountain. Sichuan is a province steeped in history, drenched in culture and rich in tradition, but towering above them all is the pungent, numbing heat and spiciness wafting from bowls of its famous cuisine. Apart from the signature hotpot or Sichuan is also the birthplace of (pork lungs in chili sauce). Literally, the name means husband and wife lung slice. Served chilled or at room temperature, the dish centers on a mountain of thinly sliced beef, heart, tripe, tongue and pig’s ear, which has been tossed in chili oil, smattered with sesame seeds and peanuts, and sprinkled with coriander.