In keeping with the holiday season, we take a look at a 50-year mystery of kindness over in Japan. From there we take you to the Olympic Curling Qualifying event and the reason why this was not able to be seen in the US. A bread company and University are collaborating on a new way to make bio-coke; and an Independent panel has concluded that China has committed Genocide against the Uyghurs. We go to Australia to see how one young man decided to earn money and what has come of that effort. Color of the Year, Pantone is not alone in choosing this trendsetting color. Paraguay orders all civil servants to wear certain clothes on Fridays, and we end with a seagull patrol down at the Sydney Opera House. Lots of interesting stories again today and join me tomorrow for the My 2 Cents episode.
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