There are stores for almost every brand you can think of, Bo Concept, Vitra ( Eames, Arne Jacobsen, etc.). Just search naver for a brand you like and find the store that sells it. Modern/Scandinavian furniture is huge here right now. They don’t care if the students drop out after a semester. They got one semester (at least) worth of tuition out of someone who maybe shouldn’t have even been there in the first place. I went to a major engineering university and the entire first year for engineering students is trying to weed out the kids who don’t belong by flunking them out.
By the time I got to the top and was near the Parliament Buildings I was so tired I didn’t even turn to look! A water station was there handing water in cups and runners are then rewarded by the downhill section of the race. At the bottom of this you turn left to run the trail part of the race, which lasts for a bit over 1km and is absolutely gorgeous. The path was really well signposted with lots of arrows, which was necessary as there were so many turns.
The High Street retail giant employs 80 per cent of its staff on zero hours contracts, which oblige workers to take shifts at short notice but give no guarantees they will receive work.In April last year, a TV investigation claimed workers at Sports Direct’s warehouse in Shirebrook, Derbyshire, lived in fear of being sacked for talking, spending too long in the toilet or even falling ill.Steve Turner, of public sector union Unite, said last night: ‘The world of Cheshire housewives is poles apart from the draconian daily grind of agency workers employed by Sports Direct at its Shirebrook warehouse.’Many workers employed by Sports Direct at its distribution centre tell Unite how they struggle to eke out a living in conditions more akin to a workhouse than a warehouse.’David Forsey should be concentrating on redeeming Sports Direct’s tarnished reputation.’Sports Direct appeared to try to improve its image in January by announcing that all staff and agency workers were being paid at least 20p above today’s national living wage of 7.20 an hour.But owner Mike Ashley has now been called to appear in front of MPs to answer questions about working conditions and zero hours contracts.In a separate turn of events, Mr Forsey is due to attend Chesterfield magistrates’ court on April 27 to face charges relating to the collapse of Sports Direct’s fashion chain USC.It was amid all this controversy that Mr Forsey’s wife Stacey decided to show off the couple’s champagne lifestyle on television. She made her debut last week on ITV’s The Real Housewives Of Cheshire, which follows a group of glamorous women living in one of Britain’s most desirable postcodes.During the hour long episode, the 40 year old socialite is shown driving a purple Aston Martin, while boasting that her husband is a ‘very successful businessman’.Their home in Cheshire’s ‘Golden Triangle’ an ultra exclusive area in the North West known for its celebrity residents also takes centre stage in the show.Stacey Forsey (pictured) is shown driving a purple Aston Martin on The Real Housewives of CheshireThe imposing ‘Regency style’ property on ‘millionaires’ row’ in the village of Prestbury, where footballers Wayne Rooney and Peter Crouch own homes, is a staggering 12,000 sq ft in size.Set in two acres of land, it has all the trappings of the super rich, with a steam room, Jacuzzi, his and her dressing rooms, a wine cellar and its own lift.ITV viewers got a glimpse inside the lavish mansion the couple share with their two children, with shots of their luxury pool, sumptuous furnishings and personal chef preparing dinner.The normally publicity shy Mr Forsey even has a cameo role in the programme, enjoying a glass of champagne during an evening out with his wife.Mrs Forsey’s decision to go on the reality show has stunned industry insiders, who say her step into the limelight at such a sensitive time for Sports Direct is a mistake.One source said: ‘This is in extreme bad taste. Dave Forsey has spent years keeping his head down and now you go and do this.’We are not just talking about his wife doing a bit of TV here this is full on, off the scale: driving around the Cheshire countryside in your purple Aston Martin, drinking champagne and folk prancing around in their underwear while staff are struggling on zero hours contracts.’But Mrs Forsey is unapologetic about the wealth the couple have accrued off the back of her husband’s position at Sports Direct, which last year earned him a healthy 6.8 million pay packet.In a clip from the show, she says: ‘Some people in Cheshire are very jealous.