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The diet of people in Japan's longest-lived village
In Okinawa, Japan, there is a world-famous longevity village - Daiyi Village. Among its 3,500 residents, 930 are over 65, 150 over 85 and 46 over 90, making the ratio of the elderly to the long-lived the highest in the world. As we all know, The average life expectancy of Japanese people is the highest in the world, and the average life expectancy of Oi-ami people is the highest in Japan, including 86.1 years for women. In addition to the beautiful environment, pleasant climate, people's love of sports, harmonious interpersonal relationship and spiritual happiness, the most important factor is the reasonable and scientific diet structure.
Crazy Tulips The first famous speculative mania in history took place in 17th century Holland. It wasn't stocks, real estate, or Dutch paintings, but a flower, the tulip. When the first carload of tulips arrived in Antwerp from Constantinople, the broad-leaved perennial bulbous herb was considered important for "spreading knowledge and viewing art". The appreciation and cultivation of tulips soon became fashionable and became speculative. The price of rare varieties rose endlessly, and the more exotic the bulbs, the more valuable they became.
Electronic enthusiasm In the early 1960s, with the advent of technology and the electronic age, Wall Street embraced the digital frenzy. Almost every stock listed at the time had an electronic name attached to it, regardless of whether the company's business was related to the electronics industry. People also don't care what kind of products companies make, as long as they sound "electronic" they will be snapped up and hyped.