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  • Japan Considers Reopening Borders to Tourism in 2021 Japan may have had negotiations with neighboring countries for business-oriented travel bubbles and eased restrictions for residents returning from other nations. However, they have remained quiet as to when international tourists would be given the go-signal to enter the country again.

  • TikTok Probes Into Pro-Anorexia and Eating Disorder Videos TikTok initiated a probing and prohibited some search terms after discovering that harmful pro-anorexia content was still easily searchable. This was notwithstanding measures taken by the social media firm to ban weight-loss product advertisements.

  • Spotify 2020 Wrapped: See Your Top Songs for 2020 Spotify 2020 Wrapped, accessible for qualifying users, proffers an overview of your listening habits in the previous 11 months. It is exclusive to the Spotify mobile application on Android and iOS, providing information on songs, artists, genres, and podcasts that comprise a user's listening habits.

  • Top Classic Thanksgiving Dishes for Every Family Member To get that Thanksgiving vibe, our table must be popping with top Thanksgiving food we know, and we've listed which one should not be missing.

  • US Veterans, Gold Star Families Granted 'Lifetime Pass' To National Parks The United States Department of Veterans Affairs has declared that its military veterans and gold star families will be bestowed a lifetime of free access to national parks, federal lands, and wildlife refuges overseen by the Department of the Interior. It will commence today on Veterans Day.

  • How Is Black Friday Going to Work This Year? In the late fall, the season of global sales begins in Europe and the USA. It starts with Black Friday buyers and sellers have been waiting for in most countries around the world. This year, Black Friday will be held on November 27th, but stores often announce discounts several days before it. What trends should we expect this year and how the BF will be held in 2020 taking into account the lockdowns and quarantines in many countries? Let's figure out.

  • New Pandemic Virtual Event Ideas To Do With Your Friends In the winter, do not let the pandemic prevent you from socializing. Below are six new pandemic virtual event ideas to catch up with your friends and even meet new friends.

  • How to Avoid Tech Addiction During the Pandemic Smartphones, tablets, laptops, televisions, and gaming consoles aren't just nice-to-have luxuries. They're mainstays in most homes. In fact, most Americans jump from screen to screen throughout the day. If they're not checking social platforms for personal use, they're analyzing spreadsheets for work.

  • Coffee: Why it is Indispensable When a Pick-me-Up is Needed! Can anyone exist without caffeine which is the ultimate pick-me-upper that is not drug-related? Provides that stimulant which makes some people as jumpy as a cat.

  • Outdoor Dining Bubbles: Is It Safe? Here's What You Need To Know The virus may be less accessible to outdoor plastic bubbles and other enclosures, however, the set-up might not be much safer than dining indoors.

  • Do You Want to Know How to Talk to Spirits? Mediums Share Insights For the purpose of talking to spirits, mediums are real persons who have been around since ancient times. People in various cultures have consistently believed that it is possible to talk to the spirits in another realm.

  • Halloween Costume Ideas: Dress Up as TV and Movie Characters The Halloween season has arrived. We have witnessed from television shows and films that the occasion is a ritual for characters to partake in.

  • Scary Tech Stories to Narrate for Your Next Storytelling Sessions on Halloween For scary tech stories, real-life events could be better than "Stranger Things" for your next storytelling session on the upcoming Halloween. Add some variety to your session as these are not your traditional around-the-campfire-material stories.

  • Ghosts and Spirits: The Varying Types to Expect for Halloween Semblances of ghosts and spirits have been claimed by many people. They have had weird sensations of witnessing shadows or shapes in their peripheral vision. While you may a tough nut for such a paranormal experience, was your curiosity piqued by the type of ghostly apparition you encountered?

  • Torn Between a Glass of Wine and a Baby: Woman Drops One, Saves the Other A woman in a viral video was faced with the toughest of dilemmas -- whether to save a glass of wine from falling or her baby grandchild. She saved the former.

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