· Hong Kong 'hard to see' as finance hub if China takes over: White House →
Critics fear the law could be a death blow to the city's treasured liberties, which are crucial to making it an international financial centre on a par with New York and London.
· State of the art: How museums are preparing to open amid coronavirus crisis →
“As many as one-third of the nation’s national cultural treasures may never reopen,” she said.
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· Lincoln Center Opens Its Vaults for Dance Week →
Online highlights: Time-capsule treasures from “Live at Lincoln Center” and new works by Stephen Petronio and Mark Morris.
· Out of Asia: the National Library shuts borders and stops collecting on our neighbours →
This national treasure will now be left to wither.
· Minecraft Dungeons review – hours of fun for locked-down families →
From Gauntlet to Diablo, this genre has always featured dank subterranean lairs, treasure chests and warrior skeletons – all beloved Minecraft components.
· Milan Has Reopened, and Two Independent Women-Owned Boutiques Are Leading the Way →
Zambeletti’s cozy space in Milan’s old city center is a charming jumble of fairly-priced, eccentric yet friendly treasures, beloved by a well-traveled clientele.
· The Secret To Becoming Wealthy In Today's Volatile Market →
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· Babette's Feast: Julian Baggini savours the ultimate lockdown movie →
When we are uncomfortably aware of how lives are being taken by this wretched virus, we treasure even more the simple daily pleasures that make life worth living.
· AI brings century-old footage back to life →
Filmed in 1911, A Trip Through New York City is one of the many treasures at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMa) in New York.
· Virgin Orbit's first rocket launch attempt stopped in mid-air after unexplained 'anomaly' →
Test flights are instrumented to yield data and we now have a treasure trove of that.