A Japanese School Is Actually Making Some Students Dye Their Hair, And It’s Led To A Lawsuit

A Japanese School Is Actually Making Some Students Dye Their Hair, And It’s Led To A Lawsuit

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Japan has a reputation as being a society that demands conformity: All college graduates seeking jobs should wear dark suits to job interviews, women are expected to cover their mouths when laughing and pour the beer at company gatherings. Many schools require students…

Creating A Hub For Luxury And The Arts In Lebanon: Tony Salamé’s Cultural Diplomacy

Creating A Hub For Luxury And The Arts In Lebanon: Tony Salamé’s Cultural Diplomacy

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Beyond Conflict There is a certain national pride fueling business leader Tony Salamé’s work in post-civil war Beirut, and stability in the city for the last two decades has only whetted the Lebanese appetite for luxury goods. The Lebanese capital today is a…