My beautiful image How I love you In your total unreality Filtered through A hundred lenses Of need and hope Guilded with dreams Moulded as a shield Against fear Against uncertainty Never undervalue Or underestimate The rarity of safety What precious lengths Can be called upon To secure this So precious jewel Was it offered…
SEQUOIA NATIONAL PARK, Calif. (AP) — Police have located car parts that may belong to a vehicle driven by a missing couple in California’s Sequoia National Park.
Authorities say 31-year-old Yinan Wang and his wife 30-year-old Jie Song were last seen Aug. 6 in the park.
They were scheduled to return home to San Diego on Aug. 9, but never made it.
A Fresno County Sheriff’s deputy watching local television coverage of a different recovery effort of two Thai students in the Kings River has helped in the case.
On television, the deputy spotted a California license plate in the brush that he knew did not belong to Thai student’s car. A records check showed it is registered to a white Ford Focus driven by Wang and Song.
Deputies are now working a dual recovery effort. No bodies have been found.
Services, which already account for 50 percent of world income and 70 percent of employment, are also becoming an important part of international trade. Services exports—accounting for nearly one fourth of total exports—have come to play a central role in the global economy, thanks in large part to advances in technology.
Juthamas Siriwan, the Thai official who took bribes from the U.S. organizers of the now-defunct Bangkok International Film Festival, has been sentenced to 50 years in jail for corruption. Siriwan was found guilty by the National Anti-Corruption Commission on Friday under abnormal wealth charges. Her trial took place today at the Central Criminal Court for… Read more »
Dog rescued from Thailand’s dog meat trade goes missing in Burnaby
A dog rescue group is searching for a missing dog in Burnaby.
Police in Thailand have arrested two men accused of slashing a Canadian man with a machete while trying to steal a gold necklace from his female companion last week.
(Photo courtesy of European Southern Observatory (ESO))
The short time between Christmas and New Years is like a plane ride—there’s really no one looking for you, asking you to do much or cares whether you are asleep, reading a book and snacking on salty chips.
It’s a time of in between, when you exhale from over-indulgence and begin to turn your mind, ever so slightly, towards your life and…