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Let’s adventure to 20 countries well-known for their dangerous roads. You’ll be surprised that despite the danger displayed, people still continue to go down these roads.
Rag pickers are highly discriminated in India despite the important job they do of collecting and recycling waste material. They are victims to diseases and accidents due to dangerous items, such as broken glass, needles and explosive gas thrown in the open. The municipal corporation cannot pick up the tons of waste, which is generated in the city every day. The rag pickers fill the gap. For this work they are not paid by the city and they are not recognized as work force. They earn their living through selling dry waste to scrap dealers and earn less than US$ 2 a day.
The Chinese civilization is one of the oldest in the world, and these photos will prove it is also one of the most beautiful.
Director of Nursing, Adeline Baker, recalls how Scamp first identified a dying patient. His vet thinks this event and the surrounding humans reactions to it produced positive reinforcement for such ‘one trial learning’. Some dogs are trained to detect changes in humans, such as the onset of seizures. Check out the amazing way AJ alerts his owner Tony.
Florentijn Hofman’s world-famous, larger than life Rubber Duck floated into the harbour of Kaohsiung, Taiwan last week, attracting over 200,000 spectators in a single day and over half a million in 72 hours.
The Rubber Duck knows no frontiers, it doesn’t discriminate people and doesn’t have a political connotation. The friendly, floating Rubber Duck has healing properties: it can relieve mondial tensions as well as define them.