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China Opens Liaison Office in Israel

in Economy & Innovation

China and Israel are officially becoming a thing. A “twin” office is opening, connecting Beijing’s ZhongGuanCun Science Park, or Z-Park, with the startup city of Tel Aviv. An agreement was made on April 8 between Beijing Vice Mayor Yin Hejun and Tel Aviv Deputy Mayor Doron Sapir. The Z-Park partnership solidifies a budding hi tech…

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President Rivlin Does Voiceover for Waze

in Economy & Innovation

For one week only, starting April 19, President Reuven Rivlin will be navigating for drivers who use Waze, in honor of Israel’s Independence Day. The president of Israel visited the Waze office, where he met CEO Noam Bardin and the company employees. He recorded the directional guidelines, noting that he hopes all drivers reach their…

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Rothschild Boulevard gets bold luxury restoration

in Economy & Innovation

The beloved Rothschild Boulevard situated central in Tel Aviv, Israel is seeing an upgrade once more. The Awad House, built in 1926 by Joseph Berlin for the Awad Family from Yemen, was created to display their social and financial status, and will continue its legacy through the upcoming renovations. Less than a century later, the…

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Tel Aviv made top ten most expensive cities

in Economy & Innovation

Tel Aviv has been confirmed as the ninth most expensive city in the world according to the Worldwide Cost of Living Report 2018, quickly moving up in the past 5 years from 34th place. As Tel Aviv has made its way into the top ten most expensive places to live, both New York and Los…

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Civil marriage matters

in Economy & Innovation/Monthly Report

Thousands of lovers in Israel cannot achieve what most would call a “happily ever after,” or in simple terms, are unable to get married in Israel. Current marriage laws in Israel are strictly enforced and controlled by the Ultra-Orthodox religious parties, meaning that thousands of people either do not meet the necessary religious requirements, or…

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