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MAD designs Yiwu Grand Theater to look like a Chinese junk

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Architecture studio MAD has designed a theatre for the city of Yiwu, China, which will be surrounded by water and topped with “glass sails” to give it the appearance of a boat sailing on a river. Read more
'Architecture studio MAD  has designed a theatre for the city of Yiwu, China , which will be surrounded by water and topped with “glass sails” to give it the appearance of a boat sailing on a river. Read more'

Carnival Cruise Line repairs to cancel three Galveston cruises

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By Andrea Leinfelder Published 8:25 am CDT, Wednesday, June 26, 2019 The Carnival Vista began sailing from Galveston on Sept. 23, 2018. Keep going for a peek on board this vessel. The Carnival Vista began sailing from Galveston on Sept. 23, 2018.
'By Andrea Leinfelder Published 8:25 am CDT, Wednesday, June 26, 2019 The Carnival Vista began sailing from Galveston on Sept. 23, 2018. Keep going for a peek on board this vessel. The Carnival Vista began sailing from Galveston on Sept. 23, 2018. Keep going for a peek on board this vessel. Photo: Carnival Cruise Line, HO / Andy Newman/Carnival Cruise Line Photo: Carnival Cruise Line, HO / Andy Newman/Carnival Cruise Line Image 1 of / 17 Caption Close Image 1 of 17 The Carnival Vista began sailing from Galveston on Sept. 23, 2018. Keep going for a peek on board this vessel. The Carnival Vista began sailing from Galveston on Sept. 23, 2018. Keep going for a peek on board this vessel. Photo: Carnival Cruise Line, HO / Andy Newman/Carnival Cruise Line Carnival Cruise Line repairs to cancel three Galveston cruises 1  /  17 Back to Gallery The Carnival Vista cruise that departs from Galveston is taking a 17-day hiatus. This ship has “an issue affecting its maximum cruising speed,” according to Carnival Cruise Line, and the July 6, July 13 and July 20 cruises are canceled as it undergoes repairs. Vacationers on the originally scheduled June 22 and June 29 cruises — they were pushed back to June 23 and July 1 departures — will get an extra day, as those seven-day cruises have been extended to eight days. More on Carnival Vista:  Port of Galveston prepares to welcome Carnival Vista Guests on the June 23 and July 1 sailings will receive the extra day for free, an on board credit and a 50 percent future cruise credit. For those who choose not to travel, they will receive a full refund and a 50 percent future cruise credit. Travelers booked on the canceled cruises will receive a full refund and a 100 percent future cruise credit.  Airfare change fees and related expenses associated with new itineraries or canceled trips are also being reimbursed. The Carnival Vista will return to service on July 27.'