Meng Li

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Jeanne Beker: What I learned as the child of Holocaust survivors

Some survivors of the Holocaust choose never to speak of the horrors they endured. My parents talked. They were adamant about telling us every detail of their war experience, time and time again. I remember hiding under the bed as a small child – I didn’t want to hear any more of their “war …

Eight lessons I learned from having my ‘dream’ lifestyle business

My definition of success has changed over the years. We learn from experience. Although one can make so many mistakes that repeat offenses are a rarity, I've made them all — repeatedly. At least we can leverage these painful lessons to craft our slightly more mature lifestyle ideal. Ultimately, …

Entrepreneurship

Two airline tragedies leave Malaysians asking: ‘Why us?’

Hariyati Abdul Majid makes regular dashes for Kuala Lumpur's international airport.<p>She uses its sleek terminals to fly to Somalia and Kashmir, Tamil Tiger-controlled areas in Sri Lanka, tsunami-ravaged Indonesia and parts of Myanmar and the Phillipines battered by guerrilla fighting. The …

Asia

China to Search Mars for Aliens and 'Recreate Planet'

China is planning to send a rover to Mars to collect samples and search for alien life within the next six years.<p>Ouyang Ziyuan, chief scientist of …

Whistle Blower Claim He Spent 17 Years on Mars at a Secret Military Base Protecting Civilian Space Colonies. Secret Space Station on Mars (Video) | Paranormal

<b>Story Views</b><p>For more high strange visit www.churchofmabusradio.com<p>A new whistle blower has come forward to claim that he spent 17 years on Mars …

5 Cool Ways to Become a Citizen Scientist

The rise of modern hacker culture is putting science back in the hands of curious laypeople.<p><b>It's easier than ever for creative types to perform serious science as a hobby.</b> You don't need a doctorate or the backing of a federal agency to ask a novel, worthwhile scientific question. You just need …