The Daily Populous

Sunday May 26th, 2019 morning edition

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China Released a Uyghur Mother To Silence Her U.S. Son—Then Sent Her Back to Detention The Next Day

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Jawdat's mother called him on May 17, the first time they had any contact in more than a year, and said she had been released from the detention camp.

China can't be seen lying down in front of American imperialism, because Chinese nationalists wont stand for it within China."

"As China [has] said many times, the U.S. cannot intervene in their internal affairs but right now China is controlling American citizens.". »

The Little Boy Who Should’ve Vanished, but Didn’t

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When Spanish explorers brought vanilla from Mexico, it was mixed with chocolate and became a classy sensation, fancied by kings, queens, and, pretty soon, everybody else.

Madame de Pompadour, one of the great hostesses (and mistresses) of King Louis XV, flavored her soups with it.

By the late 18th century, a ton of Mexican vanilla was worth, writes Ecott, “its weight in silver.”. »