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Meet the 6 Faces Defining Japan's New Model Wave
Every season, Tokyo Fashion Week brings forth a fresh wave of modeling talent, but during the main Spring 2018 collections, Japan's top models were
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Naomi Watanabe, the âBeyoncé of Japan,â Is Taking Down Sizeism in TokyoâAnd Becoming a ...
Beyond her own label, the past few months have seen Watanabe become a familiar face in the front row at Fashion Week. Most recently she attended
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Vietnam has a rich cultural heritage shaped by both the Chinese and French over the year, incredible historical building and monuments, breathtaking natural scenery and landscapes including serene beaches, lush mountains, sweeping rivers and deep forests making Vietnam an ideal destination for an eco-trip to really get back to nature.
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Covering an area of over 70,000 ha, of which 35,000 ha is a salt-watered forest; Can Gio has been recognized as a biosphere reserve in the world by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). It is situated 50km away from downtown Ho Chi Minh City.
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Both Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City have daily connections to Asian regional hubs such as Singapore, Hong Kong, and Bangkok amongst others, as well as some long-haul services to European destinations and Australia. More often questioned, however, is how to get around within Vietnam.
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Chester Racecourse – The Roodee, is known to be the oldest racecourse in England. You can go back to the early 16th century to find that horse racing was taking place at Chester. Furthermore, the Roodee is also thought to be the smallest racecourse of significance in England at 1 mile and 1 furlong (1.8 km) long.

The Roodee – A Brief History

Chester Racecourse – The Roodee is a 65-acre racecourse situated on the banks of the River Dee. Before becoming a racecourse, the Roodee site was previously a harbour. This was during the Roman occupation of the city during the Dark Age
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s. As the river silted up, the harbour was closed. Close to the centre of the course there is a raised mound, decorated by a small cross known as a “Rood”. As a result, the racecourse became known as “Roodee” – also known as “Rood Eye”, meaning “The Island of the Cross”.

Chester races are so very popular with race enthusiasts throughout the country. Ideally situated in Chester city centre, the Roodee is a great day out when you visit Chester.
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Chester Racecourse – The Roodee, is known to be the oldest racecourse in England. You can go back to the early 16th century to find that horse racing was taking place at Chester. Furthermore, the Roodee is also thought to be the smallest racecourse of significance in England at 1 mile and 1 furlong (1.8 km) long.

The Roodee – A Brief History

Chester Racecourse – The Roodee is a 65-acre racecourse situated on the banks of the River Dee. Before becoming a racecourse, the Roodee site was previously a harbour. This was during the Roman occupation of the city during the Dark Age
Read More
s. As the river silted up, the harbour was closed. Close to the centre of the course there is a raised mound, decorated by a small cross known as a “Rood”. As a result, the racecourse became known as “Roodee” – also known as “Rood Eye”, meaning “The Island of the Cross”.

Chester races are so very popular with race enthusiasts throughout the country. Ideally situated in Chester city centre, the Roodee is a great day out when you visit Chester.
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Chester Racecourse – The Roodee, is known to be the oldest racecourse in England. You can go back to the early 16th century to find that horse racing was taking place at Chester. Furthermore, the Roodee is also thought to be the smallest racecourse of significance in England at 1 mile and 1 furlong (1.8 km) long.

The Roodee – A Brief History

Chester Racecourse – The Roodee is a 65-acre racecourse situated on the banks of the River Dee. Before becoming a racecourse, the Roodee site was previously a harbour. This was during the Roman occupation of the city during the Dark Age
Read More
s. As the river silted up, the harbour was closed. Close to the centre of the course there is a raised mound, decorated by a small cross known as a “Rood”. As a result, the racecourse became known as “Roodee” – also known as “Rood Eye”, meaning “The Island of the Cross”.

Chester races are so very popular with race enthusiasts throughout the country. Ideally situated in Chester city centre, the Roodee is a great day out when you visit Chester.