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Ship%20for%20Wiki.jpgChina and Vietnam are struggling to contain a thriving industry of trafficking poor Vietnamese. In China the law punishes the buyers and the traffickers up to ten years in jail. The traffickers pretend to offer cross-border marriages, but actually they are kidnapping the ladies. These ladies are promised of marriage with rich Chinese in…Continue
Lead, Cyanide and Food Poising
It has been confirmed that children whose blood stream contain five times or more than their healthy peers are less intelligent, with lower IQs. They may have impaired kidney, anemia, severe stomachache, muscle weakness, and brain damage. The extent of damage depends on how long they have been breathing in lead-contaminated air, and consumed lead-contaminated water and food. Other sources of lead dust are from industrial paints, gasoline, and…Continue
Added by Poh Tiong Ho on December 8, 2014 at 8:58pm — No Comments
When you are shopping, you are sure to come across offers which are too-good-to-be-true deals, just ignore them. It will be very expensive to buy those items. All those cheats use bullying antics towards aggrieved buyers, and if you are in a country which is corrupt, there is nothing you can do to have your money back, because those thugs have friends at high places. Economic corruption and political thuggery are most common in those countries.
On the whole, Singapore has a…Continue
Oil pollution disrupts sea and shore life for thousands of miles in Asia. The beautiful coral reefs and mangroves, once existed at those areas are gone. Didn’t they have a chance to exist too?
A healthy earth will surely result in more healthy humans. How many more years do we have to wait to see some concrete projects being put into practice?
The use of green engineering techniques can help to save marine environment, and also to protect against invasive species and provide…Continue
Added by Poh Tiong Ho on December 2, 2014 at 2:15am — No Comments