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|2013 年 9 月 13 日 星期五
|As boundless as the sea and sky
I think in this society,: to others out of the way, that is to say to their own way, and we would be less bickering and care about, why, because they would upset the good journey, generous concessions will have unexpected harvest, others I think this sentence you will not understand it, sometimes, compromise attitude, not only, people with convenient, also will bring you convenience, besides, Set up Business in Hong Kong give others, but also for their own future leave a convenient basis. Take a step as boundless as the sea and sky
Everyone has his own personality, but it is also because of the different personality, let others have different views. As selfish, stingy, overbearing, arrogant, the unreasonable man was the only someone behind him. And those kind, helpful, big belly, courtesy of the people will get everyone's praise. I have encountered such a thing, will fully reflect the modern society is the lack of "comity" character.
One day I was waiting at the bus station, hong kong company register very not easy to wait until the, then tucked up. "Laugh --" the door closed, the person on the car you hold me squeeze, as if even the ants are not a place to live in. The whole carriage like a steamer, boring people sweat. All of a sudden, the bus a nasty brake, I a reel, nearly fell. Looked out of the window, turned out to be a traffic jam. Some of the passengers because of cannot bear the crowded stuffy, was asked to get off, helpless under, the driver opened the door, some people have got out of the car, at this time, a young man in a threatening manner with the conductor to quarrel, "the station didn't arrive, you what person!" "We also have no way! The passengers were anxious to get off, panic we will open the door!" "You know, I just tried and your car rear end collision!" Two people arguing, who also refused to let a driver who, not to smoke. The passengers have began to complain, finally, the boy sees everyone impatient, he had to swallow insult and humiliation silently alone, muttered back to the car.
Step back and think, can make you stand HISTEP, see far; step back and think, can make you more aware of their own; one step back to back, can make you have lost confidence; step back and think, can make you lose a lot of unnecessary troubles; step back and think, how to register a business can make you overcome difficulties one after another, time and again to succeed. Take a step as boundless as the sea and sky, if you meet the unsatisfactory thing, if you suffer from to laugh at others, you may wish to step back and think about it, it can let you have a good mood every day.
|2013 年 8 月 23 日 星期五
|The man is accused of murder
A 66-YEAR-OLD MAN, arrested on Tuesday in connection with the deaths of three women in Dromore, Co Down, over the past 11 years has tonight been charged with two counts of murder.
He is due to appear at Armagh Magistrates Court in the morning charged with killing 47-year-old Michelle Bickerstaff in April of last year and 50-year-old Margaret Weise in August 2007.
He has also been charged with a number of other serious offences.
Officers are preparing a file for the Northern Ireland Public Prosecution Service in relation to the death of Elizabeth McKee (52) in December 2002, according to a PSNI spokesperson.
The man was arrested in the quiet market town on Tuesday morning, and officers were granted more time to interview him yesterday.
Since his arrest, the man’s house in Dromore has been painted with graffiti.
Police continue to appeal to the community in the area for more information about the deaths.
People can contact the PSNI 0044 28 38315339 or the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
|2013 年 8 月 7 日 星期三
|Monese, the mobile current account banking app
You wait all day for a multi-currency account and three come along at once. Give or take a month or so, that’s appears to be the case with news that Monese, the London fintech that offers a mobile banking app and current account, is adding support for Euro accounts. It follows Revolut and Transferwise‘s recently launched multi-currency offerings, albeit they are targeting a different segment of the banking market reenex cps.
Specifically, as of sometime next month, you’ll be able to open a Monese account in 19 different European countries, in addition to the U.K. European accounts will be available in local languages, while the premise is that they will, for all tents and purposes, act like a local Euro bank account with its own IBAN number.
“Users will be able to sign up for a Euro account via the app, and can also have a GBP account at the same time,” says the company. “Individuals working in different European countries will be able to receive salary payments into their local account, without being charged excessive fees for doing so. Currently, over 75 per cent of Monese’s GBP customer accounts are used as salary receiving accounts&rdquo ;.
More broadly, the move to support Eurozone countries makes a lot of sense for Monese’s target customer: people, including expats/immigrants, who are currently underserved by traditional and incumbent banking services. It is also a recognition that people are becoming more nomadic and international, moving from one country to another, either for work or socially.
Added to this the fact that Mosese reckons there are 138 million people still unbanked in Europe, and expanding its target market beyond the U.K. is a no-brainer now that it has built out and tested its core offering, including settling on a revenue model that sees it charge a transparent monthly fee for using your Monese current account .
|2013 年 7 月 23 日 星期二
|The police are looking for five men's kidnapping and sexual
Police are hunting for a group of up to five men who abducted and sexually assaulted an 18-year-old woman in the Taranaki town of Waitara.
The woman was abducted from outside a house in the early hours of Thursday by a group of men driving a large four-door station wagon otter case
, police say.
She was then taken towards Waitara beach and was sexually assaulted before she managed to escape from the vehicle.
From there she ran to a house and those inside took her home and contacted police fr4 pcb
Detective Sergeant Gerard Bouterey says police want to hear from anyone who may have seen the vehicle in the Cracroft Street area.
Police also want to speak to the good samaritans who took the woman home.
"While this appears to be a random incident, we encourage the community to remain vigilant and keep their eyes peeled for any suspicious activity label sticker
," Det Sgt Bouterey said.
|2013 年 7 月 10 日 星期三
|Youth Ministry of defense website hackers
ANTI-ABORTION CAMPAIGN GROUP Youth Defence has said the hacking of its website this morning was “illegal and utterly pointless”.
In a statement, spokesperson Clare Molloy said the hacking, which briefly included a list of email addresses of subscribers to Youth Defence newsletters before it was removed, Asian college of knowledge management
breached the privacy of people on both sides of the debate.
Molloy said the incident has been reported to the Gardaí and that it had been a breach of the Data Protection Act.
The group’s website YouthDefence.ie was replaced by a 2,456 word piece which say it was “blowing the lid” Set up Business in Hong Kong
on the background of the group. “Youth Defence is not what you think it is,” the text read.
The page described the site as a “hate-filled truth-distorting website”.
The text raised questions about the funding of the organisation and the tactics used by the group. The hacked page briefly contained a link to more than 5,600 email addresses which it said were subscribers to Youth Defence’s newsletter. The link was deleted shortly after the hack went live.
It is not clear who carried out the hacking: no individual or group has claimed responsibility.
“No doubt a great deal of effort was expanded on something that is easily rectified and has zero impact on our campaign,” said Clare Molloy.
The hacked page has disappeared as of this afternoon but the full site has not yet gone back online. A message on the page says the website is “either experiencing problems, storage cabinet
or [...] undergoing routine maintenance.”
Youth Defence describes itself as “Ireland’s most active pro-life organisation” and has been criticised for the graphic nature of its poster campaign in the run-up to the vote on the Protection of Life During Pregnancy Bill.