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‘Dark Days, Bright Nights’ by Matthew O'Brien presents vivid oral account of hope and recovery from homelessness.
Three resort stakeholders find an equilibrium in the pandemic.
Dianne Galgana focuses on well-child care and management of common pediatric acute illnesses.
The thrill of celebrity encounters doesn't end with their deaths, according to UNLV tourism researcher Marta Soligo.
Childhood polio started Kavita Batra on a path toward helping others through medicine and data.
One of her hobbies has taught the lab safety manager that sometimes the victor is the one who just keeps moving forward.
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What investors are paying for is not necessarily the K-pop group or its management company, but its huge, highly connected ecosystem of followers
What investors are really paying for is not necessarily the K-pop group or its management company, but its huge, highly connected ecosystem of followers.
The K-pop group’s English music video attracts more than 101 million views on the streaming platform within 24 hours.
On 24th March 2015, Germanwings flight 9525 headed to Dusseldorf, Germany crashed into the French Alps, killing all 150 people on board. Thousands around the world flooded social media to express their shock and grief, sending the hashtag #Germanwings to the No.1 trending spot on Twitter worldwide. Less than 24 hours after the crash, international sensation One Direction announced on Facebook that Zayn Malik was leaving the group after five years.
The signs are that activism like that around Black Lives Matter is on the rise among Korean pop fans.
After claiming some credit for the fizzling of President Trump’s rally in Oklahoma, the online armies of Korean pop music listeners are feeling prepared and empowered.