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A Bookstore That Shines as ‘a Lighthouse of a Free Society’

A Bookstore That Shines as ‘a Lighthouse of a Free Society’ A Hong Kong bookseller has recreated his shop in Taipei, and it has become a symbol of Taiwan’s vibrant democracy.

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Why You Should Write Postcards, Even From Home

Why You Should Write Postcards, Even From Home A postcard functions outside the language of chats, emails, calls and letters.

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Canada to U.S. Visitors: Please Don’t Sneak Across the Border

Canada to U.S. Visitors: Please Don’t Sneak Across the Border Some Canadian citizens, concerned about the spread of the coronavirus, are taking matters into their own hands and reporting illegal American visitors.

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The U.S. Lifted Its Advisory Against Traveling Abroad. What Does That Mean?

The U.S. Lifted Its Advisory Against Traveling Abroad. What Does That Mean? After nearly five months, the State Department lifted its “do not travel” advisory.

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For Three Suffragists, a Monument Well Past Due

For Three Suffragists, a Monument Well Past Due Central Park will soon unveil its first sculpture depicting nonfictional female figures. “The fact that nobody even noticed that women were missing in Central Park — what does that say about the invisibility of women?”

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Water, Sand and Plenty of Elbow Room on 8 Wild, Protected Coastlines

Water, Sand and Plenty of Elbow Room on 8 Wild, Protected Coastlines From California to Cape Cod, these national seashores and lakeshores offer everything from bird-watching to boating to basking in the sun.

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Peanut Butter and Ranch Dressing: What Americans Abroad Miss From Home

Peanut Butter and Ranch Dressing: What Americans Abroad Miss From Home With virus cases in the United States rising and international travel curtailed, many Americans do not know when they will be able to reunite with home and the comforts they associate with it.

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House Hunting in Iceland: A Lakeside Cabin for Under $800,000

House Hunting in Iceland: A Lakeside Cabin for Under $800,000 The country’s swift and successful response to the pandemic has enabled its real estate market to stay open, encouraging an influx of domestic buyers.

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See for Yourself: How Airplanes Are Cleaned Today

See for Yourself: How Airplanes Are Cleaned Today Airlines are fine-tuning their cleaning procedures — where they clean, how frequently and with which tools. This is what the new processes look like.

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Forget Spas and Bars. Hotels Tout Housekeeping to Lure Back Travelers.

Forget Spas and Bars. Hotels Tout Housekeeping to Lure Back Travelers. Hilton has partnered with Lysol, Four Seasons with Johns Hopkins Medicine. But new research shows hotels can be easily contaminated by the coronavirus.

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