(Central Station) Community Test Physical Fitness Survey to be held from June to August

Four free fitness surveys will be held across the territory for the community test from June to August for citizens to understand their fitness conditions. The activities, organized by the Department of Cultural and Leisure Services, aim to establish a database on the physical fitness of Hongkongers, identify the relationship between physical exercise patterns and … Read more

(Central Station) Community Test Physical Fitness Survey to be held from June to August

Four free fitness surveys will be held across the territory for the community test from June to August for citizens to understand their fitness conditions. The activities, organized by the Department of Cultural and Leisure Services, aim to establish a database on the physical fitness of Hongkongers, identify the relationship between physical exercise patterns and … Read more

Four arrested for more than 200 graffiti on June 4 throughout the city

File photo. Two men and two women between the ages of 21 and 22 were arrested by police for criminal damage to more than 200 graffiti related to the June 4 Tiananmen Square crackdown across the city. Police first found 53 pieces of graffiti on different public facilities in Tsuen Wan after receiving … Read more

San Francisco health officials identify first probable case of monkeypox in a resident – KTVU FOX 2 San Francisco

San Francisco health officials identify first probable case of monkeypox in a residentKTVU FOX 2 San Francisco Los Angeles County confirms first suspected case of monkeypoxKFOR Oklahoma City Suspected Case of Monkeypox in Los Angeles CountyCBS Los Angeles First ‘probable’ case of monkeypox detected in San Francisco: officialsNBC Bay Area See full coverage on Google … Read more

Man dressed as old woman spreads cake in front of Mona Lisa

May 30 (UPI) – A man dressed as an elderly woman in a wheelchair smeared cake on a piece of glass that protects the Mona Lisa in Paris’ famous Louvre museum and was sent for a psychiatric evaluation, authorities said. The incident occurred on Sunday when the man, who was wearing a black wig and … Read more

Gyms delay renovation of ventilation facilities

File photo. Gyms had little intention of investing in improving ventilation facilities, one veteran said, as the industry expected a government subsidy. The second stage of relaxation of social distancing measures was implemented from Thursday, allowing citizens not to wear masks when exercising in gyms that meet the requirement of six or more air … Read more

Prince Charles and Camilla attend the wreath-laying ceremony at the National War Memorial in Ottawa

Aware May 18, 2022 Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, laid a wreath at the national war memorial and flowers at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier on Wednesday in Ottawa as the royal three-day Canadian tour of the couple. REPORT A BUG

Washington’s Subway System Will Temporarily Remove Some Trains And Operators | top news

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Washington-area subway system said on Sunday that nearly half of the system’s 500 rail operators have expired recertification and will withdraw some from service, a decision that will cause temporary delays to some train services. The system known as Metro, which serves the District of Columbia and nearby parts of Virginia … Read more

The algae power the microprocessor for more than a year and can become a source of energy for the Internet of Things

The photosynthetic device does not deplete like a battery does. Researchers at the University of Cambridge have used a type of non-toxic algae to power a microprocessor for more than a year. The only fuel the algae needed was light and water. The system contains algae called Synechocystis that generate a small electrical current by … Read more

Alabama transgender youth can use medication during transition: judge | top news

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Transgender minors in Alabama can now use transition medications, a federal judge said late Friday in an order that blocked part of a state ban on gender-affirming treatments. The ruling, a preliminary injunction issued by US District Judge Liles Burke, was issued less than a week after the law took effect on … Read more