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Thu, February 22, 2024 | 19:53
'Menoelle' to be available throughout Europe by 2025: Schmick
Sales of Naturalendo Tech's “Menoelle,” a health functional food for menopausal women sourced from EstroG-100, have spiked in Europe since its launch there in 2019. The success has been verified from a recent interview with Patrick Schmick, CEO of PhytoLife Pharma, a Berlin-based company marketing Naturalendo Tech's products of the Menoelle brand in Europe.
| 2022-10-06 17:00
Former hair designer shares life, art at L'art de la vie
ICHEON, Gyeonggi Province - Sitting for lunch at L'art de la vie in eastern Gyeonggi, one was left envying the trees that were “cut and designed” by retired hair designer Lee Sang-il. The big pine trees were neatly trimmed with just a little touch of flair - a signature trait that the former hair designer used to demonstrate on his client's hairstyles.
Travel & Food
| 2022-06-30 17:00
Elon, the Twitter bodhisattva
The legend of Elon Musk has only gotten bigger in recent days with his purchase of Twitter for $44 billion. What's really interesting about this purchase is that Musk doesn't do things for the sake of doing the thing. He does things for the sake of doing the vision.
| 2022-05-01 16:24
Longing for normalcy
Ever since Omicron surfaced on our landscape in late 2021, many probably have been wondering or part hoping that the latest variant would be a “Christmas gift.” Well, Christmas is behind us, and Omicron was no gift in the sense we wanted it to be.
| 2022-01-05 16:52
The taste of 'minari'
As the day of the 93rd Academy Awards Ceremony (April 26, 9am KST) approaches, there is heightened awareness of whether film “Minari” by the Korean American director, Lee Isaac Chung, will grab awards based on six nominations, including one for veteran Korean actress Youn Yuh-jung.
| 2021-04-21 17:13
Hospital supplies and medicine for Laos
Korea Love Sharing Community Chairman Lee Eun-deok, left in front row, poses with Second Secretary Kham Ai Phoutthachit of the Laos Embassy in Seoul and others including corporate sponsors Choi Seong-ho of Kyungwoo System before sending $850,000 worth of medicine, and hospital beds to Laos, April 7. / Courtesy of Korea Love Sharing Community
| 2021-04-13 17:00
Deepening asymmetry between Korea, China
I once received an apology from a Chinese woman who was enrolled in an MBA course at Tsinghua University, the alma mater of Chinese President Xi Jinping. After learning that she was from Guangdong Province, I mentioned that Wang Yang, then-Guangdong's Party Secretary, had recently visited Korea. I also said that there would be a Korea-China summit soon. It was a gesture to bu...
The West's disappointing double standards
More than a decade ago, when I came from China to study in the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore, two political terminologies were deeply laid the seeds in my mind. One was the fantastic “human rights,” and another was the disgraceful “double standards”.
Thoughts of the Times
| 2020-12-17 15:08
Won makes 'green' case for presidency
JEJU ISLAND - The seas off this southern island were tranquil Monday, as Seoul and the larger metropolitan area were dealing with a chilling rise in the number of coronavirus infections. It is exactly for that tranquility and the clean green environment that many pandemic-fatigued people still travel to the southern island to seek solace.
| 2020-12-16 10:46
[INTERVIEW] Jeju Governor has 2023 world climate conference in crosshairs
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2020
On this day...1775-U.S. Marine Corps established by Congress1801-Kentucky outlaws dueling1891-First Woman's Christian Temperance Union meeting held (in Boston)1898-Race riot in Wilmington NC (8 blacks killed)1917-41 suffragists are arrested in front of the White House1918-Independence of Poland proclaimed by Jozef Pilsudski1919-First observance of National Book Week1969-"Sesame Street" premieres on PBS TV1975-PLO leader Yasser Arafat addresses UN in NYC1975-U.N. General Assembly approves resolution equating Zionism with racism1978-Israel's top negotiators broke away from Middle East peace ta...
Today in History
| 2020-11-09 17:00
Seoul introduces discount on unlimited transit pass for young people
Shoddy, damaged Itaewon memorial sparks outrage
Seoul proposes July 14 as national day honoring North Korean refugees
2,000 vs. 350: what number is appropriate for med school quota hike?
Local governments look to international schools amid declining population
AliExpress accused of selling illegal products amid weak monitoring
S. Korea, Russia clash over Putin's luxury car gift to Kim Jong-un
Korean firms investing in US, Southeast Asia hit by global minimum tax
E-Mart fined for forcing convenience stores to stay open overnight
Gay couple urges top court to uphold equal health insurance benefits for same-sex partnerships
Super Bowl 2024
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