At this website, readers can find 82 stories in Aesop’s Fables. By reading only one each day, as suggested, you can finish the stoires in less than 3 months.
This afternoon, I took my mom to Chen
g Hsin[g] General Hospital to consult the doctor about her knee problems. Though scheduled to have a knee operation tomorrow at Taipei Veterans General Hospital, my mom has been reluctant about it. Read the rest of this entry »
Today George and I took my mom-in-law to China Medical University Hospital in Yunlin for an evaluation by Dr. Lin Hsin-jung (林欣榮醫師) to see if she could undergo a medical experiment intended to enable stroke patients to move their stroke-impaired limbs on their own. It took us about four hours to drive to the hospital. Since my mom-in-law got a stroke around ten years ago and the old MRI images on the CD from the hospital she received treatment then didn’t show sufficient information Dr. Lin needed, my mom-in-law has to go back to the hospital for an MRI scan in mid-May. Read the rest of this entry »
【聯合報╱記者郭宣彣／彰化縣報導】2014/04/21 Read the rest of this entry »
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In a sense, the stones that these entrepreneurs tripped on were the stepping stones to success. You can find the entrepreneurs’ photos on the webpage.
Entrepreneurs reveal their failures en route to success
By Tony Bonsignore Business reporter, BBC News
20 April 2014 Last updated at 00:13
Millions of people dream of starting their own company, but only some are brave enough to take the leap.
Fewer still go on to great success. Read the rest of this entry »
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Remember to say “I love you” often.
South Korea ferry: Messages from a sinking ship
17 April 2014 Last updated at 10:53
As a South Korean ferry came to a shuddering halt and rapidly began to sink, some of those on board sent harrowing text messages to their loved ones.
My comments: Click the link above, and you can see a message from a student on board to his mother. Read the rest of this entry »