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How dual-SIM works with Apple’s iPhone XS & XS Max

How dual-SIM works with Apple's iPhone XS & XS Max

How dual-SIM works with Apple’s iPhone XS & XS Maxhttps://appleinsider.com/articles/18/09/14/how-dual-sim-works-with-apples-iphone-xs-xs-maxOne of the new features of the iPhone XS and XS Max is dual-SIM support, which will let people wield two phone numbers on the same device. Here’s how it works in countries where eSIM is available. Only 10 countries support Apple’s eSIMs, namely Austria, Canada, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, India, Spain, the U.K., and the U.S.

Why Asian Countries Are Investing So Heavily In The English Language

Why Asian Countries Are Investing So Heavily In The English Language

Why Asian Countries Are Investing So Heavily In The English Languagehttps://www.forbes.com/sites/anismuslimin/2017/11/30/why-asian-countries-are-investing-so-heavily-in-the-english-language/#28e4f7075e85There’s a very clear correlation between English proficiency and economic competitiveness both at the country and individual levels for all Asian countries. Singapore leads the pack followed by Malaysia, the Philippines, India and Hong Kong, while South Korea settles in sixth. Economic powerhouse China isn’t too far behind in eighth, followed by Japan and Indonesia.

Tibetan monks create spectacular sand painted artworks to celebrate the transience of life

Tibetan monks create spectacular sand painted artworks to celebrate the transience of life | DesignFaves

Tibetan monks create spectacular sand painted artworks to celebrate the transience of life | DesignFaveshttps://www.designfaves.com/2014/05/tibetan-monks-create-spectacular-sand-painted-artworks-to-celebrate-the-transience-of-lifeSand painting is considered one of the most unique artistic traditions of Buddhism. Here we have a group of Buddhist monks from India who travel the world in a sacred quest to heal our uneasy souls. It takes enormous amounts of patience and experience, not to mention physical and spiritual energy, to create a true Tibetan sand mandala. It takes days, sometimes weeks for the monks to perfectly lay millions of grains of multicolored sand onto a shared platform, until it becomes a truly overwhelming work of art.

Net States Rule the World; We Need to Recognize Their Power

https://www.wired.com/story/net-states-rule-the-world-we-need-to-recognize-their-power/?mbid=nl_110417_daily_list3_p4Opinion: The world is no longer dominated by nations. We’re in a non-state, net-state era. Because the world is no longer neatly divided into states (countries like the US, France, and India) and non-states (terrorist organizations like ISIS and al Qaeda).

Cloning and exorcising

A cow in Iowa is giving birth next month to an endangered Asian gaur, native to India and Burma, according to this Washington Post article. Reminds you of Jurassic Park, doesn’t it? Next on their list is an extinct Spanish mountain goat, while somewhere else on the net, somebody has a completely different idea at www.clonejesus.com. Also, check out The Filthy Critic’s cool review of The Exorcist.