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A Tale of 21 Cities – H3 on Tour

November5

In what turned out to be a traveling whirlwind, H3 recently completed a world tour in 78 days. Here are the numbers: 13 flights, 5 trains, 3 cars, 1 bus 21 main cities, including: Auckland, San Fancisco, Seattle, London, Brussels, Rome, Florence, Venice, Trieste, Zagreb, Split, Hvar, Dubrovnick, Barcelona, Gibraltar, Lisbon, Montpellier, Cannes, Dubai, Perth, […]

Secrets to Top Math Scores in Victoria, Australia

December14

“You have to have talent, and you have to be willing to work hard!” This sums up the high scores achieved recently by students in their state-wide math exams. A recent article highlights the underlying secret to high scores in senior school Mathematics, in the southern state of Victoria, Australia: “In Melbourne’s eastern suburbs, Vermont […]

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What’s Your Lucky Number?

March1

This installation of 99 animals drinking at a pool is part of the exhibition in Brisbane by Chinese contemporary artist Cai Guo-Qiang. There are 99 animals – an important number in Chinese culture. “No. 9 in Chinese culture means longevity and eternality. Thus, there were 9,999 rooms within the Forbidden City in Beijing. It is […]

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