Creating a market for their products – The Hindu

… stall featuring the handmade products by cancer survivors such as bamboo products, bags, soaps, decorations and candles. The stall also distributes pamphlets on various types of cancer to visitors at the exhibition. “We started from Kozhikode two years ago and has now completed 40 exhibitions across the State. This has helped the cause of Punarjani a lot, as in many places the visitors at the stall have come forward ready to help in whatever way they could,” Narmatha Nangai, who runs the …

Organic Food Finds Footing in Growing Chinese Market : News : Yibada

By Alvin Ybanez | June 6, 2015 Organic food is seeing increasingly high demand in China, as the country’s middle class gains stronger purchasing power and awareness of healthy living and dietary concerns increase. Chinese urbanites are seeking alternative options to purchase safe and healthy products, partly spurred by recent food scandal incidents, the China Daily newspaper said in a report on Friday. “Even though imported organic food can be expensive, it’s an investment …

The Dutch Are Planning a Giant Wind-Turbine Tourist Attraction – CityLab

… Frisbee spiked in mud. But the most eyebrow-raising feature is what’s happening in the outer of two rings. Forty cabins mounted on rails would swoop visitors around the turbine while screens play a “history of the Dutch water management” system. Call me jaded, but this sounds like the rare roller coaster people don’t want to ride again, from boredom. To finish reading this article, please click on this link: via The Dutch Are Planning a Giant Wind-Turbine Tourist …