If you don't know whatthe "wolf management" means, Ely, Mivesota is where you can learn more about it. In thisl town of about 15 thousand people near the Canadian border is situated the "International wolf center. According to the website of the center It opened the doors to its $3 million, 17,000-square-foot facility featuring the "Wolves and Humans" exhibit in June, 1993.
The thought of me doing it in the U.S. gave me a little anxiety. Doing self-service laundry, that is. You see, in Manila, it is easy, quick and inexpensive to get someone else to do the laundry, often by hand. The thought of figuring out the types of washing machines, spin settings, detergents and fabric softeners was enough to give me palpitations.
You might say that animals such as squirrels and rabbits are residents' neighbors or parts of people's life in University of St. Thomas. However, as a newcomer who has just stayed in St. Paul for a week, I can't help stopping to watch or have a photo shoot again and again when the animals bump into my sight.
When I was a child in my hometown, Yunnan province, I could see squirrels climbing trees on the hills near my house. The animals have just gone in the past 20 years.
It started at Minneapolis airport when I bought a yogurt and did not read the list of ingredients. The Battle of Finding Tasty, Healthy and Ethical Food from USA. I lost the first round but luckily the journey was only beginning.
When I got to my residence at St. Thomas University, I tasted the yogurt. It looked slimy and tasted weird. At this point I looked at the ingredients list. Yuck! What was the gelatin and three corn based food additives doing in my yogurt? I threw the jar to the trash.
As a kid, I used to think the whole world ate rice. Then, at 7 years old, my parents took me on a month-long trip to Europe. I realized I was wrong. People ate other stuff like bread, potatoes, and other stuff unfamiliar to a young Filipino boy! I came back to the Philippines nearly emaciated.
The words of Scott Pelley a few months back in this must-watch speech (http://nowth.is/YLornp) I sought out after sitting through Tom Rozwadowski's Now Trending: Social Media Use by Journalists presentation today.
Pelley's remarks resonate because he's so authentic: willing to admit mistakes, walking the walk as much as talking the talk: "Twitter, Facebook, Reddit. That's not journalism. That's gossip. Journalism was invented as an antidote to gossip." Check out Pelley's Twitter account. Tweets: 2, Followers: 13.1K.
I know my rights! That is usually the first phrase that comes from the Journalists in my country gripped by the law even if he or she falls foul.
Usually they refer to the 1992 constitution’s provision for freedom and independence of the media:
All persons shall have the right to-
(a) freedom of speech and expression, which shall include freedom of the press and other media;