You can get your face printed on a bao burger at this London restaurant

Yuu Kitchen in London serves a bao burger with your face on it. It’s called Manga Bao. Your photo is printed on rice paper and steamed onto the bun. Manga Bao will be served every Monday. Yuu Kitchen in London gives customers the chance to get their face printed on a bao burger, called Manga Bao. Your photo is printed on rice paper and steamed onto the bun. Fillings include 7UP- braised pork belly, soy and buttermilk crispy chicken, and Wagyu beef. Yuu Kitchen makes up to bao per week. Manga Bao will be served every Monday. Produced and filmed by Claudia Romeo Join the conversation about this story »… Read More

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Exclusive: France won’t save Theresa May from a no-deal Brexit, warns Macron ally

Key Macron ally tells Business Insider that France will not compromise in Brexit talks. The secretary of the French parliament’s Brexit mission, Alexandre Holroyd, says France’s commitment to the single market overrides concern about Britain crashing out without a deal. “We are not going to bargain 70 years of integration on that deal.” His comments come as the French Europe Minister dismisses reports that France will budge in order to save Theresa May’s Brexit plans. LONDON — The French government will oppose a Brexit deal which in “any way, shape, or form” compromises the integrity of the European single market, the secretary of the French parliament’s Brexit mission has told… Read More

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Beats becomes NBA’s official headphones supplier

One of the sports world’s longest-running love affairs has been that between NBA players and their Beats headphones. Now the two big brands are making things official, announcing a multi-year global partnership that will see Beats by Dre become the official supplier of headphones, wireless speakers, and other audio gear for the NBA, WNBA, NBA G League, and US national basketball team. NBA superstar LeBron James features prominently in the promo for the NBA x Beats announcement, which makes sense in light of his previous promotional work for Beats and reported minority stake in the company before the Apple acquisition. James, like many of his colleagues in the NBA and… Read More

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Presidential historians say the anonymous Trump White House ‘resistance’ op-ed is truly unprecedented

It isn’t just odd that an anonymous senior Trump administration official wrote an op-ed in The New York Times calling President Trump amoral, unfit for office, and worthy of removal from office via the 25th Amendment. It’s unprecedented, presidential historians say. “For somebody within the belly of the White House to be saying there are a group of us running a resistance, making sure the president of the United States doesn’t do irrational and dangerous things, it is a mind-boggling moment,” historian Douglas Brinkley told The Washington Post. Brinkley said the closest modern precedent was from the final days of Richard Nixon’s administration, when he would “bark crazy orders” to… Read More

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YouTube’s Dark theme is rolling out to Android now – here’s how to get it

YouTube’s dark theme had begun rolling out to a few lucky Android users at the end of July, but it seems like it’s finally becoming available more widely with the latest version of the app. Android Police noted that the feature requires version 13.35.51 to work. You can either try updating the app via Google Play, or grab the installer to sideload from APK Mirror (opt for one of the nodpi versions on that page). To turn it on, tap your profile icon at the top right of the screen in the YouTube app, then head to Settings > General,… This story continues at The Next Web Or just read… Read More

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The 10 most important things in the world right now

Hello! Here’s what’s happening on Thursday. 1. A senior member of the Trump administration says they are part of a secret resistance working against the president in the White House. Trump furiously fought back, and suggested the New York Times op-ed amounted to “treason”. 2. The UK has accused two alleged Russian intelligence officers of trying to murder a spy in England with a nerve agent. UK Prime Minister Theresa May said the attack authorization was “almost certainly” from senior Russian officials. 3. US senators introduced legislation to punish allies who shift their allegiance away from Taiwan. The move comes after El Salvador became the third country this year to… Read More

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