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Qihui Guan age 63,  spends dozens of hours making the enormous soup-filled dumplings that are making New York foodies tremble with desire. “Demand is booming and we can’t keep up! The response has been overwhelming,” only  25 of them are cooked in a day and not a single one more. The soup filling takes eight hours to prepare, while the casing takes two. You can find excited New York couples waiting in line every day so that they too can take a selfie while sipping on the dumpling. And just one hour after opening, it’s all sold out.Located in the East Village New york

 

 

Amy Schumer Barbie Movie

The PG movie will begin production in the spring for a global summer 2018.

Schumer will play a character who lives in Barbie land where Schumer’s Barbie gets kicked out, basically because she’s not perfect enough, a bit eccentric and doesn’t quite fit the mold. She then journeys on an adventure in the real world and by the time she returns to Barbie land to save it, she has gained the realization that perfection comes on the inside, not the outside, and that the key to happiness is belief in oneself, free of the obligation to adhere to some unattainable standard of perfection. Mattel, with a lot at stake since the toyline has generated $3 billion in sales, signed off on the take.

 

Smash will be in the Midwest this weekend with the UGC Smash Open in St. Louis, Missouri. Some of the best Melee and Smash 4 players in the world are convening on UGC Smash as they battle for $40,000 spread across both games.

The action starts at 10 a.m. CT Saturday and Sunday Dec. 3 and 4. The Smash 4 singles top eight starts at 4 p.m. CT Sunday, followed by the Melee singles top eight at 7:30 p.m. CT. The matches will be broadcast live on UGC’s Twitch and Melee Everyday’s Twitch.

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The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

The Pierre Cardin 70th anniversary show.

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Facebook  is working on automatically flagging offensive material in live video streams,  using artificial intelligence to monitor content.

The social media company has been embroiled in a number of content controversies this year, from facing international outcry after removing an iconic Vietnam War photo due to nudity, to allowing the spread of fake news on its site.

Facebook has historically relied mostly on users to report offensive posts. Facebook has been increasingly using artificial intelligence with “an algorithm that detects nudity, violence, or any of the things that are not according to their policies.

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Workplace Trends Reports By Year

2017 Workplace Trends

  1. Companies focus on improving their candidate and employee experiences.
  2. The blended workforce is on the rise.
  3. Annual performance reviews evolve into more continuous reviews.
  4. Millennials meet Generation Z in the workplace.
  5. Augmented and virtual reality revolutionize recruiting and training.
  6. The war for talent heats up as the employer and employee contract continues to evolve.
  7. Organizations restructure to focus on team over individual performance.
  8. Workplace wellness, and well-being, become critical employee benefits for attracting top talent.
  9. Companies get creative with their employee benefit packages and perks.
  10. Office attire and workplace culture becomes more casual.

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