Eleonora Byron

Start up life in NYC. With a lot of tea, cinema exploration, news about China or Europe. Saving links to read later in subway.

9 Followers | 2 Following

Follow

Eleonora Byron

732 days ago

Must read!

The great nutrient collapse

politico.com

Eleonora Byron

733 days ago

Worth the read.

‘Deep State’ Exposed in New Report

mb.ntd.tv

Eleonora Byron

752 days ago

Western universities’ traditional response to criticisms on China’s restrictions on free inquiry was to claim that they could help liberalize their Chinese counterparts by establishing contact with them. What has happened instead is that they’ve ended up importing Chinese academic censorship into their own institutions. Cambridge University Press censoring on behalf of Beijing is not the first time elite British universities have opted for the bottom line over principle in accepting Chinese censorship contributions.

China Looks at Western Universities and Smells Weakness

foreignpolicy.com

Eleonora Byron

755 days ago

Germany's new north-south divide.

Germany’s new divide

economist.com

Eleonora Byron

815 days ago

Fascinating place, often kept secret

Tea Lovers, Have You Heard of the Mystical Tea Trees of Yunnan?

visiontimes.com

Eleonora Byron

824 days ago

Exquisite article, real food for thought.

Bank Money: ‘The Root of All Evil’

theepochtimes.com

Eleonora Byron

844 days ago

Excellent read... a school of thought that didn't make it to the secondary or tertiary education level, you will know why...

The Economic School You’ve Never Heard Of

theepochtimes.com

Eleonora Byron

877 days ago

The Failed Communist Experiment With 'Free Love'

theepochtimes.com

Eleonora Byron

956 days ago

Oh my! Why am I not surprised to see Austria in the top 5?!

The 21 countries with the best quality of life in the world for expats

businessinsider.com

Eleonora Byron

966 days ago

Must READ!

The Origins of Political Correctness

academia.org

Eleonora Byron

966 days ago

Must read! Especially if you rely on free public wifi to work.

Here’s Why Public Wifi is a Public Health Hazard

medium.com

Eleonora Byron

1013 days ago

Great read on a topic deserving of attention, especially if we live in big cities like New York City.

The Hidden Dangers of Soil Contamination

dailyhealthpoints.wordpress.com

Eleonora Byron

1015 days ago

"What sets human beings apart from animals is not the pursuit of happiness, which occurs all across the natural world, but the pursuit of meaning"

A Psychiatrist Who Survived The Holocaust Explains Why Meaningfulness Matters More Than Happiness

businessinsider.com

Eleonora Byron

1019 days ago

Oooooh yeah! Not all matcha is equal

Things you should know about Matcha

humbletealeaf.com

Eleonora Byron

1022 days ago

A leading expert on procrastination offers his advice for never procrastinating again

businessinsider.com

Eleonora Byron

1097 days ago

Common sense no?

Why are sales suffering at so many women's stores? They made bad clothes.

washingtonpost.com

Eleonora Byron

1124 days ago

Listening... A wonderful thing.

What Great Listeners Actually Do

getpocket.com

Eleonora Byron

1132 days ago

Genius

The Mozart Effect

theepochtimes.com

Eleonora Byron

1135 days ago

Go outside and check the sky!

See the First Solstice Full Moon in More Than 50 Years

news.nationalgeographic.com

Eleonora Byron

1158 days ago

Absolutely love this

timewheel.net

Eleonora Byron

1174 days ago

Yeah, French! 😎

The Real Reason You’ll Never Be Able to Parent Like a French Mom

nymag.com

Eleonora Byron

1175 days ago

Absolutely necessary read

Organ Harvesting in China

thediplomat.com

Eleonora Byron

1175 days ago

Definitely one of a kind, visionary and maybe a little maniac too...

Red Bull's Billionaire Maniac

bloomberg.com

Eleonora Byron

1177 days ago

Will the CCP (Chinese communist party) fall in 2017 as predicted by Gao Zhisheng, aka the conscience of China? We will see...

'China's conscience' Gao Zhisheng Launches New Book, Predicts CCP's Demise in 2017

theepochtimes.com

Eleonora Byron

1177 days ago

Sums it up pretty well. Looks like China is a far away land and that we have our own issues at home but still, it matters nonetheless when you realize they have way too much influence in our democratic societies.

China Is Today's Goliath, And It Needs the Courage of David to Stand Up to It

huffingtonpost.co.uk

Eleonora Byron

1179 days ago

A tough pill to swallow, world.

China is forcing up to 90,000 prisoners to have organs removed for sale on the black market

dailymail.co.uk

Eleonora Byron

1196 days ago

A new era for documentary film makers?

Netflix Wants to Usher in a New Golden Age of Nonfiction TV

wired.com

Eleonora Byron

1225 days ago

The future belongs to emotionally intelligent people!

Emotional Intelligence: The Social Skills You Weren't Taught in School

lifehacker.com

Eleonora Byron

1237 days ago

Fascinating artist

Ten Things You Might Not Know About Hieronymus Bosch

anothermag.com

Eleonora Byron

1237 days ago

Escaping the Digital Media ‘Crap Trap’

theinformation.com

Eleonora Byron

1249 days ago

Great genius!

Understanding Movement In Composition Through The Work Of Akira Kurosawa

digg.com

Eleonora Byron

1335 days ago

The Fermi Paradox

waitbutwhy.com

Eleonora Byron

1335 days ago

Superheroes a 'cultural catastrophe', says comics guru Alan Moore

theguardian.com

Eleonora Byron

1335 days ago

Creative minds are finally getting some recognition

No One Is Too Busy to Be Creative

hbr.org

Like this set of items on Pocket? Share with friends.