Great Idea-Homeless Utility Vehicles

During this Financial Crisis period many peoples will be jobless and homeless and this great invention may help solve the problems.
University of Michigan graduate Stephen Mills has created and tested a mobile, enclosed living space he has dubbed the Homeless Utility Vehicle — HUV for short. The HUV is a wheeled concoction of plywood, steel tubing and vinyl sheets designed to keep the occupant warm and dry, provide storage and an insulated place to sleep at night. One minor error in Mills' game plan is that there isn't a market for HUV's since homeless folks don't exactly have the funds to pony up for one. Also, we're not really sure if the HUV is a really great idea.






Putting himself through a series of trials to get familiarized with the life of a homeless person, Stephen stopped shaving and showering, slept in a trailer without a bed, and roamed the streets of Ann Arbor in the contraption during a snow storm, testing his design against real world conditions.





 

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Brothers who share everything-including a wife

Polyandry has long been part of the Himalayan villages culture.
In the Himalayan villages one woman can have up to seven husbands. Usually, some of the men are brothers. This practice keeps the family lands from being divided and limits population growth in a country where resources are scarce

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Amar and Kundan Singh Pundir are brothers who share everything – including a wife.



Polyandry is illegal in India but socially acceptable here. No one from the government seems to bother the villagers about the law.

CNN reports on how the two brothers inherited land in Himachal Pradesh, India – a beautiful remote hillside village – and, now in their 40s, have lived together nearly their whole lives. They are both poor, so sharing a home and wife eases the wallet, but what about the marital relations of 25 years?
They practice what is known as fraternal polyandry -- where the brothers of one family marry the same woman. Why? Tradition and economics.

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Life is hard here. The village is precariously perched on the side of a very steep hill about 6,000ft up. Most of the villagers survive off tiny plots of cropland.
In this difficult terrain there isn't enough land to go around. So, instead of finding separate wives and splitting up their inherited property, the brothers marry the same woman and keep their land together.


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Wife Indira Devi says life with two husbands isn't easy.

"We fight a lot."But like any married couple they fight mostly over mundane stuff, except there are three spouses instead of two.
"Usually it's about chores, why didn't you do this? Why didn't you do that?" she says.

One thing they agreed on was the need to have children; They have three. So how does a married trio deal with sex?
"We make shifts, change shifts and sleep on alternate days. We have to make shifts otherwise it won't work," Kundan says.
"To run our families we have to do this, overcome the hurdles as well and then we have to control our hearts from feeling too much," Amar adds.
To outsiders their arrangement may seem odd, but in the village of about 200 it is the norm.

Typically the marriages are arranged and women have two husbands. But some wives have three or four depending on how many brothers there are in a family.
Polyandry is illegal in India but socially acceptable here. No one from the government seems to bother the villagers about the law.

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Eating contests can be dangerous

First of all, you should know eating contests can be dangerous; there are risks of choking as well as the possibility of other complications. Always make sure EMT's and an ambulance is on site before starting the contest.Eating contests should be discouraged, as they are not in good taste and can go "horribly wrong"and end in tragedy.

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Chinese steamed buns filled with cheese and eggs

A student at the Tayeh University in western Taiwan has died right after winning an eating contest at a university campus, apparently choking on Chinese steamed buns filled with cheese and eggs.
Local newspapers United Daily News (UDN) say 23-year-old Chen Chun-ying dashed to the bathroom after swallowing two buns in one minute.
The graduate student may have eaten too fast rather than too much, a campus publicist said.
Other students found him lying on the floor soon afterward.
The papers say Chen was rushed to hospital but failed to respond to resuscitation efforts.
As competition winner, Chen would have won $T2,000 ($60).

Taiwan has cancelled or suspended several eating competitions after Chen Chun-ying died from suffocation in an eating contest, a newspaper said.
Doctors confirmed that he died from suffocation caused by swallowing too much food.
Chen's parents said they are saddened by their son's death, and hope such dangerous competitions should not be held.
Currently there are 13 eating competitions being held or planned across Taiwan, organised by local governments, agriculture associations or restaurant chains.
They range from eating pork rice, noodles or fruits, or drinking milk and bear.
The contests are held for fun or to promote local products or the restaurants' food. Most of these contests are open to people of all ages, including primary school pupils.
But after Chen died, half of these contests have been cancelled or suspended.

The UDN quoted Yang Yu-hui, an official from the Education Ministry, as banning schools from holding eating competitions.
"The Tsinghua University once held a drinking and eating competition. The contestants had to drink coke, eat meat dumplings and fried rice and drink beer. Won't the contestants' bellies explode? What's the point of proving you have the biggest stomach?" she asked.

 

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Pregnant Cow thrown out to the sea

Villagers from Julah in Tejakula, Buleleng, Indonesia, tow a pregnant cow behind a boat into open sea as part of a local traditional ritual.
The cow, which is five months pregnant, was thrown out to the sea about 3 kilometers from land. The villagers believe the animal was impregnated by a village elder.


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During the ritual the man, who was caught red-handed having sexual intercourse with the cow two months ago, joined the boat trip in order to throw away his clothes to to symbolize him discarding his sins.
Julah customary village head Ketut Sidemen said the ritual, called gamya gamana, or freak weeding, and had been conducted there for generations. The decision to perform the ritual was made a local residents meeting.

In line with customary regulations, the perpetrator, identified only as PS, 70, was sanctioned to fund the expensive ceremony, which aimed to cleanse him of any bad influences.
Luh Ketut Suryani, a professor and activist, deplored the sancation against PS. She said drowning a cow was baseless because sexual intercourse between a human being and am animal could not cause pregnancy due to the different chromosomes and genes of the two. "The cow is not guilty, why should it be drowned?"

 

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Very Tragic: A pregnant woman refused admission by eight hospitals

There is simply no excuse for this woman to die. Very tragic.
Stories like this really make you think about the value of life.
A pregnant woman in Tokyo was refused admission by eight health care institutions, including a metropolitan hospital with emergency care facilities for expectant mothers, and died three days after giving birth and undergoing surgery for a brain hemorrhage at a hospital that finally agreed to admit her, metropolitan government officials said.

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Officials from the metropolitan government and the Metropolitan Bokutoh Hospital, which at first refused to admit her but later did so, told a news conference that the hospital had made appropriate decisions.
On Oct 4, the 36-year-old women felt nauseous and visited her maternity doctor at a clinic in Koto Ward. The doctor decided that she needed emergency treatment at a better-equipped institution and arranged a transfer to Bokutoh Hospital, according to the officials.

But the hospital in neighboring Sumida Ward, equipped with emergency room facilities, declined to admit her that day, a Saturday, on the grounds that there was only one licensed obstetric intern on duty.
After the woman was rejected by seven other hospitals, the clinic again asked Bokutoh Hospital to admit her. The general hospital agreed but by then about an hour had passed since it was first contacted.
Bokutoh Hospital, which called an off-duty doctor to deal with the woman’s delivery, performed a Caesarean section as well as surgery for a brain hemorrhage.
The baby was born safely but the woman died three days after the operation.

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The woman had suffered a brain hemorrhage


Three full-time doctors and three licensed interns work at Bokutoh Hospital as obstetricians, according to the officials. On weekdays, two of them work the night shift, but just one works the night shift on weekends, they said. The woman was transferred to the hospital on Saturday evening.
The hospital and government officials said the doctor on duty was not aware that the woman had suffered a brain hemorrhage, noting that had the doctor known about it, the woman would have been admitted. The hospital thus made appropriate decisions, they said, adding that the details of communications between the clinic and the hospital are being investigated.

‘‘We dealt with the case as best as we could with the limited staff available. It is a pity that we were unable to save her,’’ one official said.
The shortage of obstetricians, particularly in the countryside, has drawn public attention following a spate of cases in which pregnant women have died after being refused admission by a number of hospitals.

In August 2006, a pregnant woman in Nara Prefecture fell unconscious during labor while awaiting transfer to a better-equipped hospital. The woman was refused admission by 18 hospitals and finally managed to give birth at a hospital but died later.
The latest case has shaken the Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry, which oversees health care, as it occurred in Tokyo, where it is believed that a sufficient number of obstetricians are available.
‘‘We cannot know unless we look into the case thoroughly, but I’m surprised that this happened in Tokyo,’’ a ministry official said.


Source: JapanToday

 

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Snake massage to relieve stress

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A Israel spa treats clients to snakes in what it says massage curing aching muscles and joints.

An Israeli health and beauty spa is offering a snake massage for its customers.
The treatment consists of six non-venomous snakes massaging the client's aching muscles and joints.
Ada Barak's snake spa, in Talmei Elazar, northern Israel, uses California and Florida king snakes, corn snakes and milk snakes for the massages, which cost US$$70.(£40 )

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Physical contact with the reptiles can be a relaxing experience.

Miss Barak believes that physical contact with the reptiles can be a relaxing experience. She says that she was inspired by her belief that once people get over any initial misgivings, they find physical contact with the snakes to be stress relieving.

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The treatment consists of six non-venomous snakes massaging the client's aching muscles and joints.

"Some people said that holding the snakes made them feel better, relaxed," she said "One old lady said it was soothing, like a cold compress."
The size of the snakes depends on the type of massage - the larger ones are said to alleviate deeper muscle tensions and the smaller ones create a 'fluttering' effect. All are the snakes used are non-venemous.

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All are the snakes used are non-venemous.

Miss Barak began offering the service at the Talmey El'Azar tourist attraction since 2006.

 

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Morning Banana Diet craze sweeps Japan

Everyone who wants to weight loss will be happy to hear about this japanese banana diet program. Many people is also search for the morning banana diet, morning banana, banana diet, the banana diet, japanese banana diet. I hope this information will help to get the best diet program to loss weight.

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Bananas are selling out in supermarkets across Japan following the latest food fad: the banana diet.
A string of television programmes and diet books hailing the fruit as a new superfood that assists weight loss is fuelling a boom in banana sales.

The soaring popularity of the banana has resulted in sales rising by as much as 70 per cent in the past week in some supermarkets, prompting prices to increase and importers to purchase more of the fruit.
The banana craze started in March this year with the publication of Morning Banana Diet, which claimed that consuming only bananas and room temperature water for breakfast fuelled weight loss, regardless of what was eaten during the rest of the day.

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The trend for eating bananas recently gathered pace following a string of television programmes proclaiming the success of the banana diet.

The Morning Banana Diet regime is simple:

1) Eat a banana (or as many as you want) and room temperature water for breakfast;
2) Eat anything you like for lunch and dinner (by 8 p.m.).
3) A three o'clock snack is okay, but no desserts after meals,
4) and you have to go to bed before midnight.

If you practice this regularly, it is said you can lose some weight.


Bananas are hardly the first fad diet to create shortages in Japan's consumer markets. During the 1970s, there were similar runs on black tea fungus, oolong tea and konnyaku; during the 1980s it was baby formula, banana and boiled egg; then, in the '90s, came apple, nata de coco, cocoa and chili pepper; and during this decade black vinegar, carrot juice, soy milk, beer yeast and toasted soybean flour (kinako). Last year's fermented soybean (natto) diet emptied supermarket shelves. Based on experience, the banana boom will last only another month or so. "In the past, there were all kinds of hit diets. But they never last."

 

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Datuk Shah Rukh Khan says yes to Malaysian award

UPDATE: 6 DEC 2008
MELAKA, Dec 6 - Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, resplendent in a black baju Melayu, samping and songkok, today received the state award conferring the "Datuk" title on him from the Melaka Yang Dipertua Negeri Tun Mohd Khalil Yaakob at Dewan Seri Negeri in Ayer Keroh here.
The 43-year-old actor held the estimated 1,000 guests at the investiture spellbound as he received the Darjah Mulia Seri Melaka (DMSM), conferred on him and 76 others in conjunction with the 70th birthday of Mohd Khalil on Oct 11.
Shah Rukh Khan was tied down by a busy work schedule and could not fly in from Mumbai to receive the award in October or on the later date, Nov 29.

Bollywood icon Shahrukh Khan has agreed to accept the title of Datuk bestowed upon him by the Malacca Governor for popularizing the beautiful World Heritage Site in his movies.
Malacca Chief Minister Mohd Ali Rustam said that the Indian superstar would be in Malacca next month to receive the award in person from Governor Mohd Khalil Yaakob.


Datuk Shah Rukh Khan says yes to Malaysian award

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Pics from Shahrukh Khan's new upcoming film "RAB NE BANA DE JORI" which is produced by YASH RAJ FILMS and directed by ADITYA CHOPRA.Shahrukh Khan is having moustache in this film

He also defended the state's decision to confer Datukship on the actor saying Shah Rukh Khan had helped promote Malacca to an international audience through the film ‘One 2 Ka 4’ and ‘Don’.

"Shahrukh has agreed to accept the award and this message was conveyed to the governor's office. He will try to make it in November, however the date of the ceremony is yet to be fixed," Rustam quoted was saying by Star newspaper's online edition on Tuesday.

The Chief Minsiter said that arrangements for the actor's trip to Malacca were being made through former finance minister Daim Zainuddin, who was the one who mooted the idea.
When asked by reporters whether the state had any intention of retracting the award to the actor following protests from several quarters, as well as the issue being raised in Parliament on Monday, Rustam said there was no intention of retracting the award.

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Pics from Shahrukh Khan's new upcoming film "RAB NE BANA DE JORI"

"How can you give something to a person and later take it back?" he said. He also defended the state's decision to confer Datukship on the actor saying Shah Rukh Khan had helped promote Malacca to an international audience through the film ‘One 2 Ka 4’ and ‘Don’.
"If the state wanted to get this sort of publicity on CNN, it would have had to pay millions," he said adding "the move to confer the award on the actor might prompt him to shoot more films here.”

 

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Shocking: Indian woman beheads rapist

This really a shocking story from India, a woman beheaded the attacker , who tried to rape her. The daring act of this women is going to set example for those women who even don't dare to report the case to police.

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Crowds in a busy market fled in terror as a woman walked among them holding aloft the severed head of a man who had attacked her.
Covered in blood, she held the head high like a trophy, said police - her way of showing that she had delivered her own kind of justice to her attacker.
The gruesome scene was played out in Makkapurva village, 170 miles south east
According to police officer Ram Bharose, the unnamed 35-year-old woman had sliced off the man's head with a sickle she had been using to cut grass near her village.
'She was getting grass for her cattle when the man came up from behind her and tried to sexually assault her,' said Mr Bharose.
'In a bid to save her dignity, she turned on him and during a struggle managed to chop off his head with the sickle.
'We have no doubts about her story because she had bite marks on her neck and cheek when the man tried to take advantage of her sexually.'

So determined was the woman to show that she had beaten off her attacker, who she claimed had been stalking her for three months, that she decided to take his head immediately to the local market.
'She put the head on parade,' said Mr Bharose. 'She walked right through all the crowds who were buying their vegetables, holding the head up high.
'All her clothes were covered in blood, but as far as she was concerned that didn't matter. She just wanted to make a point and she definitely succeeded in doing that.
'Everybody scattered. It was a very terrifying sight.' Mr Bharose said the woman had no regrets about her actions.
'We have to follow the letter of the law and although she says she acted in self defence she will probably be charged with culpable homicide,' said the police officer.

 

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700 young Armenian couples in Mass Wedding

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Some 700 couples tied the knot in a mass ceremony, through an event organized by benefactor Levon Hayrapetyan ( standing in front ) in an effort to encourage an increase in Karabakh's population.

Seven hundred couples from all over Nagorno-Karabakh were married during two separate ceremonies on October 16. Two hundred couples wed at Gandzasar Monastery, perched above the village of Vank. The marriage ceremony was conducted by Bishop Yezras Nercessian, primate of the Diocese of New Nakhichevan and Russia. The other 500 couples were married in Shushi, at Sourp Amenaprkich Ghazanchetsots Cathedral by Archbishop Barkev Mardirossian, primate of the Diocese of Artsakh.

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After the marriage rites, the couples celebrated, dancing and singing, at the stadium in Stepanakert, the capital of Nagorno-Karabakh. Armenian pop stars held a gala concert for the newlywed couples later in the evening. A spectacular fireworks show followed.

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Mr. Hairapetian presented each couple with a gift of $2,000 and a cow.

Wedding certificates for the 700 couples were passed out during the evening's celebrations. Leaders from Nagorno-Karabakh, along with guests from Armenia and the diaspora also took part in the daylong celebrations.

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700 couples tied the knot in a mass ceremony

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This unprecedented event was made possible by Russian-Armenian entrepreneur Levon Hairapetian, a native of Artsakh. Mr. Hairapetian presented each couple with a gift of $2,000 and a cow. He has also promised to bestow a monetary gift upon each child born to the couples. He has pledged to give the first child born to each new couple $2,000; the second child, $3,000; the third child, $5,000 - and for the more adventuresome - upon the birth of a seventh child, a gift of $100,000 to the couple.

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After the marriage rites, the couples celebrated, dancing and singing

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700 young Armenian couples who were married in one day in Nagorno-Karabakh, October 16, 2008.

 

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Study: Obese people don’t enjoy eating

Obese people actually don't enjoy eating food and they eat more high-calorie food in order to make up for the missing enjoyment.
The finding comes from real-time brain-imaging studies in obese and lean women by Eric Stice, PhD, of the Oregon Research Institute, and colleagues, according to media reports on Friday.


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"We originally thought obese people would experience more reward from food. But we see obese people only anticipate more reward; they get less reward. It is an ironic process," Stice said.
Using a technique called functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI), researchers examined 43 female college students aged 18 to 22 and 33 teenagers aged 14 to 18, while they drank either a chocolate milk shake or a tasteless solution.

Cells in the brain's "reward" centers release dopamine when people eat, causing that feeling of pleasure, researchers explain.
The brain scans showed that activity in the brain's dorsal striatum area was much weaker in weighty women. After a year, however, participants who displayed the blunt response were more likely to have put on weight.
"The research reveals obese people may have fewer dopamine receptors, so they overeat to compensate for this reward deficit," said Stice, who has studied eating disorders and obesity for almost two decades.
Although past research has shown that biological factors play a major part in obesity, the study is one of the first to positively identify factors that increase people's weight gain risk in the future.
The results, said Stice, are key for understanding weight gain, and to helping at-risk individuals.

 

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Sex Education For Kids in First Grade in China

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Above picture is scanned from the pages of an illustrated sex education guide meant for children in China. The cartoon-like illustration coupled by the straightforwardness of its content brings to question the suitableness of sex education at such an early age.

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[English translation of text in book]

No matter if you are at home or in public, you must be conscientious of the private matters of your body. There are parts of the body that can be displayed for others to see, such as your eyes, nose, mouth, hands, etc. Then there are parts that cannot be revealed, such as sexual organs, buttocks, girl’s chest, etc. These parts are considered the private parts of the body, these private parts are not simply meant for others to see and to touch. Therefore, people have to wear clothes to protect their private parts. Boy’s and girl’s private parts are different. The red areas in the picture represent a person’s private parts.



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First Grade is learning Biology lesson
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Never too early to know Safe Protection!


China is taking Sex education seriously.Let kids of today understand their bodies! Protect their physical and mental well-being! Protect themselves!


Too Young? Sex Education For Kids in First Grade ???

THESE ARE THE DANGER

Kids becomes too curious, and try it out themselves

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Kids today know much more than I did back then

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NINE LIES BY MY MOTHER

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The story began when I was a child;
I was born the only son in a poor family, and without a father.
For our daily meals, there was hardly much to eat.
My mother often gave me her portion of rice.
While she was scooping her rice into my plate,
she would say ... 'Eat this rice, son. I'm not hungry'.
That was Mother's First Lie


When I was growing up,
my super-caring mother did whatever a single mother could do for her only son.
More than that, she even went down the narrow stream to catch fish for our meals.
She would cook them into a simple soup, which raised my appetite.
While I ate the fish-meat, mother would sit beside me and licked the fish-bone.
I would share my pieces of fish with her. But she would refuse.
And she told me this ... 'Eat this fish, son. I don't really like fish.'
That was Mother's Second Lie.



Then, when I was in secondatry school, to raise money to get me my books,
mother went to collect old and used-bags and paper cartons, to be sold to hawkers by the roadside.
It brought her extra money to cover our needs. Then I remember, most nights,
as I woke up and looked at her still folding and sorting those heaps of old cartons,
supported by just a small flickering candle, I used to say to her ... 'Ma, go to sleep, it's late.
Tomorrow morning you still have to go to work in the factory'.
Mother smiled and said ... 'Go to sleep, my dear son. I'm not tired.'
That was Mother's Third Lie.




One time after my final term examination in school,
my mother asked for no-pay-leave from the factory where she had worked for many long years,
and waited for me at the school gate for hours. She wanted to see how I did in my last paper.
But most important of all, she had made an iced-tea for me, to help refresh me, the moment I came out.
Seeing my ma all sweaty and tired, I at once gave her the tea instead.
Mother said ... 'Drink, son. This is for you. I'm not thirsty!'.
That was Mother's Fourth Lie.



Seeing our home condition getting worse by the day, there was a distant relative
who lived near our house, came over to help us, whether it was a small or a big problem at hand.
Our other neighbours used to advise my mother to marry again to someone who could support us. But mother, without fail, always replied in ways like ... 'I don't need love and support'.
That was Mother's Fifth Lie.


After I finished school, I got a job. I wanted my mother to retire.
But she didn't want to. She did leave her factory job, alright.
But still went round collecting those old bags and cartons.
I was by then transferred to another town. I sent her money every month.
But often, she would save them, and gave them back to me in a lump-sum months later !
She used to say ... 'I have enough money.'
That was Mother's Sixth Lie.




I was next asked to work in our headquarters in Kuala Lumpur, and within a short time,
I was promoted twice, as my boss felt I contributed well and beyond his expectations.
After several years, I bought an apartment in a nice area, and I wanted my mother to live with me.
I wanted her to sit back and enjoy her life, now that I could afford to give her so much more.
But my ma would again tell me that ... 'The big city is not for me.'
That was Mother's Seventh Lie.



I met a nice girl, and we got on very well. Within two years, we married.
I asked my mother to come and live with us. I felt it would be best if the two golden women
in my life lived under one roof with me. I wanted so much to share everything with my two most-precious angels.
Then again, ma would say to me ... "Son, your life now is to be spent with your wife only.
Mama should not be beside you anymore. My job in taking care of you is now over.
Just walk ahead, my dearest son, and build your life and your home with your wife.
Do not include me in your scheme of things'.
That was Mother's Eighth Lie.



The wheel of time spinned so fast that soon, my mother was aging, and she suffered from cancer. When I saw her in the hospital, she looked so weak and thin.
I looked at her, with tears flowing down my face.
My heart was so hurt, seeing the person who brought me into this world in such a bad condition.
But mother, with her last ounce of strength, said to me ... 'Don't cry, my dear son.
I'm not in pain. And I will want to leave you and everything behind'.
That was Mother's Ninth Lie.

After saying her ninth lie, she closed her eyes forever.







Now, in my solitude and moments of deep reflection,
I realise I should never have naively believed in all those lies of hers.

 

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Do NOT Wear a Condom on Your Head

From time to time, I like to give a little something back to society, so here's my little contribution.
DO NOT WEAR A CONDOM ON YOUR HEAD

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A Chinese village couple in a traditional wedding

A Traditional Chinese Wedding in Pictures

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Offerings before the wedding ceremony

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Wedding Gift

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The wedding procession


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On the wedding day, the bridegroom's family would welcome the bride to the wedding in a bridal sedan accompanied by a wedding procession.

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Welcoming the Bride:
The wedding procession of the bride's family stops at the door of the groom's home.

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The bridegroom unveils the head-cover for his bride.

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