>Queen seeks digital head
Buckingham Palace is looking to hire a Head of Digital Engagement - someone to "maintain The Queen's presence in the public eye and on the world stage."
In a job posting on LinkedIn, the royal household put out a call for applications for the job with the promise that "your content will be viewed by millions." Masters of the digital world are encouraged to apply.
The Head of Digital Engagement will be charged with leading a team in creating the royal family's public profile across all social media platforms.
Buckingham doesn't mess around when it comes to the royals' reputation, and it will be this person's job to ensure not a single hair is out of place.
The Head of Digital Engagement will earn ￡45,000 - ￡50,000, including a 33 days' annual leave and free lunches.
>Selfies cause sore wrists
An obsession with selfies is causing a growing number of young people complaining of sore wrist.
The ailment called "selfie wrist" - which is a form of carpal tunnel syndrome - has left some sufferers requiring surgery.
"The wrist holding the camera phone is in an inward flexed position: that is the most unfavourable position," Raj Ragoowansi, a consultant plastic surgeon in the UK, said. "If you keep on taking selfies, the blood supply of the nerve in the carpal tunnel will be compromised, causing pain and numbness. In one 26-year-old I saw a month ago the numbness was so severe that she couldn't grip," Ragoowansi added.
He estimates that he has seen a 30-40% increase in men and women, between the ages of 18 and 35, who go on to be diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome - something he used to "rarely" see.
American reality star Kim Kardashian previously said she was giving up taking selfies due to suffering such an injury.
>Record applicants for exam
A record-breaking 3.41 million people have applied for the national postgraduate entrance examination, which will begin on Saturday and last until Monday, for the 2020 academic year, according to the Ministry of Education. This year the figure has increased 17.6% over the previous year. A total of 2.9 million people applied for the exam for 2019 academic year.
Data released by an information website for postgraduate enrollment showed the number of students taking the exam doubled in Jiangsu, Sichuan, Fujian, Guangdong and other provinces in the past five years.
Xiong Bingqi, vice-director of the 21st Century Education Research Institute, said many students apply for postgraduate studies mainly to find a better job.
>Trump impeached by US House
Donald Trump on Wednesday became the third US president to be impeached as the House of Representatives formally charged him with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress in a historic step that will inflame partisan tensions across a deeply divided America.
The Democratic-led House's passage of two articles of impeachment on a mostly party-line vote sets the stage for a trial next month in the Republican-controlled Senate - friendlier terrain for Trump - on whether to convict and remove him from office.
No president in the 243-year history of the US has been removed from office by impeachment.
That would require a two-thirds majority in the 100-member Senate, meaning at least 20 Republicans would have to join Democrats in voting against Trump - and none have indicated they will.
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