Half of the library in Sweden is used by drug dealers

The library was originally a “quiet place” for the people to learn. However, half of the Swedish libraries were used by drug dealers and became a place for drug transactions.

the Swedish trade union recently conducted a survey of 1,618 library staff in the country, 47% of whom said that in the past two years, they found drug trafficking in the library. This is a phenomenon that has not appeared in previous similar investigations.

The noise and aggressive behavior that occurred in the library also showed an increasing trend, from 73% in 2017 to 81% now, of which 55% of public library staff and 42% of school library staff indicated in the past two In the middle of the year, it has increased by 13% and 18% compared with 2017. In the face of increased violence and criminal behavior, 90% of librarians expressed anxiety in the workplace and wondered what to do.

At the time when major laptop companies around the world are working on high-tech products, 20-year-old Peruvian female student Alexandra has developed a rare wooden laptop for poor students. computer.

The appearance of the notebook computer is made of wooden material. Although it looks rough and heavy, it is completely in line with the characteristics of the notebook computer. It integrates the screen, mouse and keyboard, and the battery uses solar panels. Working in contact with the sun, the biggest feature of this wooden computer is cheap, priced at 799 Peruvian Sol (about 1600 yuan).

thousands of poor children have purchased wooden computers and are eager to learn computer operations. In an interview with TV, Alexandra said that there are many areas in Peru without Wi-Fi signals, and half of the households do not have computers. She hopes to promote the use of wooden computers in the next two years, and then upgrade and upgrade the computers. Peruvian children keep up with the speed of world technology development.

European market promotion website TheDrum September 26th article, original title: With the increasing purchasing power of Chinese single people, brands are becoming more and more focused on their singles in China is becoming a lifestyle choice, recognizing that those cultures are turning to innovation The brand of thinking will find a lot of business opportunities. According to the survey, 66% of respondents aged 18 to 34 expressed a preference for single life, 41% of whom prefer to live alone and do not want to belong.

“single-age” shows that 78% of respondents said they voluntarily chose singles, and 91% said they gave them more freedom. At the same time, about 64% of people aged 18 to 34 in the United States claim to prefer single life, compared with 60% in the UK.

The report further shows that according to statistics, in Asia, the average age of marriage in mainland China has risen to 26 years, Hong Kong and Japan are both 30 years old, and Singapore and Taiwan are both 31 years old.

In addition, 40% of singles in China say they are willing to spend extra spare money to please themselves – compared with 36% of those with stable relationships. Finally, 78% of singles in China and 76% of respondents in relationships have said that in today’s Chinese society, singles are becoming an increasingly accepted lifestyle.

ChenMayYee, director of Asia Pacific at WTIntelligence, said that single life was a result of a lack of choice; today, single life has become a choice, a self-aware choice. This group is increasingly independent and wealthy, and they remain single in order to have the freedom to live their own way. They are showing their strength in various ways.

Singles are helping to travel alone, eat alone and pet economy. Brands that still look at the image of single people with their old minds, if they don’t change positively, I am afraid they will suffer.