E has worked a number of different jobs, and eventually she decided to become a beautician.
So, after she gained her Japanese high school diploma via correspondence, she took the entrance exam for a famous beautician’s college in Tokyo, which of course she passed.
Traf Cord is a multi-disciplinary nongovernmental organization (NGO) that works with various stakeholders, including government and law enforcement, along with community groups to battle human trafficking.
Partnerships are one of the foundations of the Thai government’s broad-based campaign to end human trafficking, and the government is working closely with a range of civil society groups, both local and international.
Back in 2003 we gave our visitors a new way of donating to help rescue NK refugees.
These two words come to mind when Lao Ta Saenlee, 74, smiles, gestures and chats while sipping Chinese tea at his newly-opened coffee shop in his village, Ban Huay Sarn, in Chiang Mai’s Mae Ai district.Well, now there's a new option we think you might like. The notorious Yodok Prison Camp in North Korea, as part of a new PR effort, is finally being brightened up, but it's apparently only superficial.It's called "Crowd Funding", a fun and easy way to make donations that's gaining popularity fast. Now we have reports of what became of them - 7 were sentenced to labor camps and 2 more were executed. No prisoners are being freed; they're only getting transferred elsewhere.The old look was a very new look back in 2002, when we first launched this site.But time marches on – especially on the Internet – and the very newest thing can be superseded very quickly by technology that works better, faster and more transparently.