Tag Archives: social media

Wisdom from RedBar, the world’s largest watch community

Last April, I joined the Mumbai chapter of RedBar, which has one of the largest communities of watch enthusiasts and collectors in the world. Founded in 2007 by New Yorkers Adam Craniotes and Dr. Jeffrey Jacques, RedBar’s 70 international chapters now have over 7,000 members. RedBar is primarily a social …

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Crystal Pena switches from horseback riding to mountain biking

In a short time, Crystal Pena went from mountain biking novice to Florida State Champion. Photo by Donn Ingemie Crystal Pena, a longtime Loxahatchee resident and avid equestrian, has turned her career around in the equestrian world and is now an accomplished mountain bike racer. For years, Pena, now 26, …

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Totton and Eling City Council set to honor Aaron Phipps

A town in HAMPSHIRE is set to honor an inspirational athlete who helped Britain’s wheelchair rugby team win gold at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. Totton and Eling Town Council may decide to name a children’s play area after Aaron Phipps, who was named an MBE in New Year’s Honours. …

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Stunning drone footage of Christmas lights in town

This incredible drone footage captures neighborhoods and more! Chris Conley with 270 Drones Aerial Imagery is bringing us some Christmas cheer this year. Get ready for the holiday season with some awesome aerial shots of my friend Chris Conley. It captures the Christmas lights in a beautiful way. Aerial imagery …

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Dalian people love their Japanese city, but online reviews want us to think otherwise

~~ ~ In my work, I frequently consult Weibo, the microblogging social media platform in China. An essential tool for knowing what’s going on in China, Weibo was where a doctor in Wuhan, Hubei province, first sounded the alarm bells about the spread of a new coronavirus. In China, where …

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Wozniacki, Halep, Azarenka and the tennis community react to Ashliegh Barty’s announcement

World No.1 player Ashleigh Barty has decided to end her 2021 season after the US Open. However, there was a positive development in her personal life recently when she got engaged to her boyfriend, Garry Kissick. ADVERTISING The article continues under this ad The latter is an aspiring professional golf …

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An anime’s association with a Japanese town of Onsen causes public outcry

In Japan, many real-world objects and locations have been anthropomorphized into anime characters, creating perfect opportunities for promotional ties and collaborations. One project, for example, turned the main hot spring areas of Japan into Onsen Musume, cute goddesses who also act as idols, competing with each other to become the …

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Below par in Tokyo, social media trolls wreak havoc among athletes

Image source: GETTY IMAGES Vikas Krishan Yadav’s archive photo (in blue). By Chetan Sharma Athletes and mental health issues seem to almost go hand in hand, with many athletes dealing with it on a regular basis. These issues aren’t limited to sports such as cricket or tennis – as we …

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In Tokyo, social platforms make pandemic Olympics shine

TOKYO – A condom fixed Jessica Fox’s canoe, and skateboarder Jagger Eaton celebrated her bronze medal by streaming live on Instagram. Margielyn Didal “let” Tony Hawk take a photo with her and post it on Facebook. The stability of the cardboard framed beds in the Athletes’ Village have been tested …

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In Tokyo, Social Media Platforms Help Shine Pandemic Olympics – NBC New York

What there is to know Olympians are using social media platforms to give viewers insight into the games. Sunisa Lee and Ilonna Maher are among the many athletes using social platforms to document their journey during the games. The video sharing app, TikTok, is popular with young audiences and athletes. …

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