Journey in Life: 11/11/18

Sunday, November 11, 2018

Tương lai chào đón

Photo credit: Peter Kirillov.

xe tự hành sẽ thành 'nhà thổ di động' :D

-> nhà nghỉ bình dân, nhà nghỉ theo giờ sẽ đi hết :))
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personal CAVs [connected autonomous vehicles] will likely be immune from such surveillance. Such private CAVs may also be put to commercial use, as it is just a small leap to imagine Amsterdam’s Red Light District ‘on the move’,"

the budget hotel and flight industry could suffer if the cars are introduced, as travellers opt to sleep in their cars and travel overnight between cities that they might otherwise have flown between.

They could also herald the end of the coach trip, as tourists who might have opted for a coach tour choose the greater freedom and independence that comes with travelling by car without having to worry about driving or finding parking spaces.

This could lead to congestion and traffic in tourist hotspots,

Quá dễ hiểu

hiếp dâm và làm dụng tình dục xảy ra quá thường xuyên, là một phần cuộc sống thường ngày ở Bắc Triều Tiên
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Harrowing (làm đau đớn, làm tổn thương, rầy khổ) accounts (lời giải trình, bản báo cáo, miêu tả) of widespread (lan rộng, phổ biến) sexual abuse (lạm dụng tình dục) allegedly (bị cáo buộc) carried out by North Korean officials against ordinary women have been laid out in a new report, that details evidence of a culture where officials commit acts with near total impunity (không bị trừng phạt).

the report reveals an oppressive (đàn áp, áp bức; ngột ngạt) world where officials -- from police officers (công an) and prison guards (cai tù) to market supervisors (quản lý chợ cóc) -- faced virtually no consequences (hậu quả) for their routine (lề thói hằng ngày, thói thường) abuse of women. "Unwanted sexual contact and violence that is so common in North Korea it has come to be accepted as part of ordinary life," the report alleges.

Medical professionals (chuyên viên y tế) who fled (bỏ trốn) the repressive (đàn áp, thô bạo, hà khắc) country said that "there are no protocols for medical treatment and examination of victims (nạn nhân) of sexual violence to provide therapeutic (phép chữa bệnh) care or secure medical evidence," the report adds.