Just one more minute. The longest minute. You’ve worked hard all day. Day twoOgle eclectic architecture, stuff your face with delicious food, and burn calories as you walk your way around the Former French Concession’s best dim sum breakfast joints with the bilingual experts at Untour Food Tours. You’ll be guided to street stalls selling crispy bing (savoury pancakes spread with egg, spring onions and hoisin sauce), mom and pop potsticker sellers, and hole in the wall dumpling joints selling xialongbao (soupy pork dumplings). It’s a mission worth undertaking, though, as this tiny museum is terrifically interesting.
This summer, Ray Ban launched its District 1937 collection, which has been five years in the making, according to Lucia Morini, a product manager at Luxotica, the Italian owner of Ray Ban. At first sight, the frames within the collection are familiar the wayfarer, the aviator and the more recent addition, Erica, are all present and correct. But, upon closer inspection, the frames are crafted from surprising materials the most experimental of which are leather, velvet and denim.
Student belonging and engagement has received increasedattention in the context of an expanding and more diverse highereducation student population. Student retention is regarded as apriority with many universities augmenting their retentionstrategies to instil a sense of belonging. This article providesinsights into first year Business Management students’experiences of starting their degrees and retention interventionsat a university in the South of England.
“I think the Promise Scholars initiative is a tremendous step in the right direction. Having spent the last number of years working with students from low socioeconomic backgrounds, I have become tremendously aware of the barriers they face every step of the way. We look forward to seeing this program flourish over the next few years,” says Brent Pickering, Principal of Alternative and Community Education with Limestone District School Board..
Are you going this year? (Image: All Points East)Sign up to FREE daily email alerts from mirror Weekly Subscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor details of your data protection rightsIf you yet to book a festival for this summer, then we have a huge suggestion for you. All Points East is taking place in London Victoria Park and is shaping up to be even bigger than it debut last year.They booked a huge list of names too, including none other than The Chemical Brothers, The Strokes, Christine and The Queens, Bon Iver, Mumford and Sons and more.There still tickets available so if you feel like you missing out you can get them from Ticketmaster , Festicket , and AXS tickets here.If you already got them and wanting to see what in store then read on, as the East London is full of music, food and even a Tiki Bar this Summer.Here what you need to know.When is All Points East 2019? All Points East Festival runs from the 24 May to the 2 June this year.How can I get tickets for 2019? You can get tickets for All Points East Festival through Ticketmaster , Festicket , and AXS tickets here.Who performing at All Points East 2019?(Image: All Points East)After a huge inaugural year, All Points East is back and better than ever before with a huge line up to match.