Archive | March, 2013

Tags: ,

Follow Favorite: Timothy Thibault

Posted on 31 March 2013 by admin

tim-thibault.jpg

Is it just us, or does this awesome Pinterest user’s name seem like the French spelling of Tim Tebow? That’s not why we’re naming him this week’s Follow Favorite (ok, it kind of is), but we love to think he did that on purpose. In reality, we’re shouting out to Monsieur Thibault because he knows a beautiful scene when he sees one. Whether you follow his Landscaping and Outdoor Spaces board or his Destinations board (our personal favorite), you’ll see heaps of stunning scenes. It’s also pretty noteworthy that he has called NYC, Singapore, London, Key West, and Seattle home.

Want to be our next weekly dose of travel inspiration? Follow us on Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter and be sure to tag your posts #FodorsTravel so we know you want us to take a peek. Be sure to check back next week to see another featured Fodor’s follower!

Article source: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/fodors/travel-news/~3/vWFVdbl4lXU/follow-favorite-timothy-thibault-6628.html

Comments (0)

Tags: ,

Countrywide ‘genocide’ on: B’desh opposition

Posted on 31 March 2013 by admin

» Other News

 JAKARTA: Indonesia’s healthcare spending set to expand

�� MANILA: US$0.3 mil allocated in relief to 5,000 Sabah displaced

 ISLAMABAD: Pakistani prez leaves for Dubai amid rumours of family rift

 MANILA: Stars to fall like rain in April: Filipino astronomers

 DENPASAR, Indonesia: World Hindu youth leaders gather in Bali

 LAHORE: Eight injured in Lahore factory fire

 CHACHOENGSAO, Thailand: Thai PM promises revival of Cambodia rail link

 MANILA: Final remains of US ship lifted from Sulu Sea accident site

�� ISLAMABAD: Security for Gen Musharraf creates tensions

 JAKARTA: Jakarta churches hold mass at Presidential palace, demand tolerance

 TAIPEI: Taipei’s graft-accused councilor held incommunicado

 KARACHI: Principal killed, four kids wounded in Karachi school attack

 DIGOS CITY, Philippines: Sulu sultan’s men “nearly decimated”: M’sian police

 BANGKOK: Thailand’s rural doctors plan leave to protest P4P scheme

 

» Most Viewed

�Â SEOUL: South Korea ditching ‘green growth’

 BEIJING: Chinese foreign ministry rebukes Japan’s claims

 TAIPEI: Former Taiwanese president diagnosed with brain disorder

 SHANGHAI: Foreign baby formula ‘unsafe’, taken off shelves in China

 BANGKOK: Thai govt train project ‘will only benefit the rich’: Opposition

 PETALING JAYA: M’sia parliament dissolution likely only after mid-April

 TAIPEI: Taiwan premier backs president’s chair re-election bid

 ISLAMABAD: Pakistani prez leaves for Dubai amid rumours of family rift

â—� SHANGHAI: China’s frugality drive takes toll on fish, tea

 SEOUL: Despite economic downturn, top Korean officials’ wealth rising

 BANGKOK: Toughness and tact

 JAKARTA: Jakarta churches hold mass at Presidential palace, demand tolerance

 BANGKOK: From rock to religion

 JAKARTA: Harley sees increasing sales in Indonesia this year

 BEIJING: Chinese investors set sights on Greek property

Article source: http://asianewsnetwork.feedsportal.com/c/33359/f/566602/s/2a2bd403/l/0L0Sasianewsnet0Bnet0CCountrywide0E0Je20J80A0J98genocide0J➈J80A0J990Eon0EBdesh0Eopposition0E0E447680Bhtml/story01.htm

Comments (0)

Tags: ,

Jakarta churches hold mass at Presidential palace, demand tolerance

Posted on 31 March 2013 by admin

Publication Date : 31-03񮖭

 

Members of a number of churches in Greater Jakarta will hold their Easter mass in front of the Presidential Palace in Central Jakarta today and call for an end to their suffering.

Members of the Yasmin Indonesian Christian Church (GKI) in Bogor, the Batak Protestant Church (HKBP) Taman Sari and HKBP Filadelfia in Bekasi will present an Easter egg to President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono today as a symbol of religious freedom, GKI Yasmin spokesman Bona Sigalingging said.

Bona said they will give the president a big Easter egg ornamented with colourful paper in the hope that the government would protect all citizens, irrespective of religion and faith.

“We will keep praying in front of the palace as long as the state lets the majority discriminate against us and close our churches,” he said.

The GKI Yasmin congregation has conducted their Sunday service in front of the palace every two weeks for the last three years in their relentless effort to reclaim their church since it was sealed by the Bogor mayor in 2010. Although they have won their case at the Supreme Court, Bogor administration refuses to open the church in the Taman Yasmin housing complex.

The HKBP Filadelfia church, meanwhile, is facing violent resistance from residents and Islamic organisations despite having the required permit. The police have repeatedly failed to protect the congregation from harassment.

And yet another church recently fell victim to intolerance that observers say is the direct result of the absence of a strong government.

Last week, a HKBP church in Taman Sari, Bekasi, was demolished by the administration because the church did not have a building permit.

Reverend Advent Leonard Nababan of HKBP in Taman Sari, said his church would hold Easter mass both in the front yard of their church and the Presidential Palace.

Leonard said the congregation hoped that the government would pay attention to them.

“We hope the president will be willing to go to the field and see what has happened to his people,” he said.

HKBP Filadelfia lawyer Judianto Simanjuntak said the service on Sunday did not defend only besieged Christian churches but all minority groups oppressed by majorities. He said HKBP Filadelfia was currently using another HKBP church in Duren Jaya to conduct their services and would continue to fight for their rights.

Indonesia is under the international spotlight for its failure to protect religious minorities.

New York-based Human Rights Watch (HRW) has urged President Yudhoyono to order the heads of local administrations to stop tearing down houses of worship and annul discriminative regulations on houses of worships in Indonesia.

Brad Adams, the executive director of Human Rights Watch’s Asia Division, said in a press release that the demolition of HKBP church in Taman Sari by the Bekasi administration did not only violate religious freedoms but would also bring about sectarian conflicts.

The president needed to pay compensation to the congregation and publicly order all local administrations to stop demolishing houses of worships, he added.

The group recorded that more than 30 churches in Java and Sumatra and a mosque in Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara, were shut down from 2010 to 2012.

According to the group, Christian congregations in Indonesia find getting permits to build churches difficult, which forces them to build the churches illegally.

More than 20 HKBP churches in Bekasi were built without permits.

 

Article source: http://asianewsnetwork.feedsportal.com/c/33359/f/566602/s/2a2bfbbe/l/0L0Sasianewsnet0Bnet0CJakarta0Echurches0Ehold0Emass0Eat0EPresidential0Epalace0E0E44770A0Bhtml/story01.htm

Comments (0)

Tags: ,

Security for Gen Musharraf creates tensions

Posted on 31 March 2013 by admin

» Other News

 JAKARTA: Indonesia’s healthcare spending set to expand

�� MANILA: US$0.3 mil allocated in relief to 5,000 Sabah displaced

 ISLAMABAD: Pakistani prez leaves for Dubai amid rumours of family rift

 MANILA: Stars to fall like rain in April: Filipino astronomers

 DENPASAR, Indonesia: World Hindu youth leaders gather in Bali

 LAHORE: Eight injured in Lahore factory fire

 CHACHOENGSAO, Thailand: Thai PM promises revival of Cambodia rail link

 MANILA: Final remains of US ship lifted from Sulu Sea accident site

�� JAKARTA: Jakarta churches hold mass at Presidential palace, demand tolerance

 BRAHMMANBARIA, Bangladesh: Countrywide �˜genocide’ on: B’desh opposition

 TAIPEI: Taipei’s graft-accused councilor held incommunicado

 KARACHI: Principal killed, four kids wounded in Karachi school attack

 DIGOS CITY, Philippines: Sulu sultan’s men “nearly decimated”: M’sian police

 BANGKOK: Thailand’s rural doctors plan leave to protest P4P scheme

 

» Most Viewed

 SEOUL: South Korea ditching ‘green growth’

 BEIJING: Chinese foreign ministry rebukes Japan’s claims

 TAIPEI: Former Taiwanese president diagnosed with brain disorder

 SHANGHAI: Foreign baby formula ‘unsafe’, taken off shelves in China

 BANGKOK: Thai govt train project ‘will only benefit the rich’: Opposition

 PETALING JAYA: M’sia parliament dissolution likely only after mid-April

 TAIPEI: Taiwan premier backs president’s chair re-election bid

 BANGKOK: From rock to religion

 BEIJING: Chinese investors set sights on Greek property

 DHAKA: Five killed in clashes between B’desh cops and opposition activists

 JAKARTA: Jakarta churches hold mass at Presidential palace, demand tolerance

 ISLAMABAD: Pakistani prez leaves for Dubai amid rumours of family rift

 DHAKA: Capital deficit in B’desh state banks worries IMF

 DIGOS CITY, Philippines: Sulu sultan’s men “nearly decimated”: M’sian police

 BEIJING: US firms less focused on China

Article source: http://asianewsnetwork.feedsportal.com/c/33359/f/566602/s/2a2c7990/l/0L0Sasianewsnet0Bnet0CSecurity0Efor0EGen0EMusharraf0Ecreates0Etensions0E447710Bhtml/story01.htm

Comments (0)

Tags: ,

Final remains of US ship lifted from Sulu Sea accident site

Posted on 31 March 2013 by admin

Publication Date : 31-03-2013

 

The salvage team in the Philippines working on the USS Guardian, which ran aground in Tubbataha Reef early this year, removed the warship’s last remaining section early Saturday afternoon after being stuck on the UNESCO World Heritage site for more than 10 weeks, a Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) official said.

PCG Palawan District chief Commodore Enrico Efren Evangelista said the stern of theೄ-metre US mine countermeasures ship was lifted off the reef at around 2 p.m.

�Our next target is to continue the manual cleanup of the debris from the grounding site,” said Evangelista, adding that the clean-up operations are expected to be wrapped up by Tuesday.

The US warship hit the upper side of the South Atoll, one of the two main atolls comprising the Tubbataha Reefs, at dawn on January 17 while it was on its way to Indonesia.

The incident sparked widespread condemnation across the country, which said would impose fines.

The US government has apologisd for the accident, which it initially blamed on faulty maps.

Bad weather had earlier delayed the recovery operations but once the skies cleared, a salvage ship used a huge crane to lift the bow, the deck, the funnel and other pieces of the ship off the reef.

To lift off the stern, the vessel was sliced into portions for easier removal, Philippine coast guard spokesperson Lt. Greanata Jude said Saturday.

“The salvage ship will still remain in the area. After the lifting, they will clear the area of debris. It will take three days maximum,” Jude told AFP.

Due to fears that towing it to deeper waters would inflict more damage on the reef, the US government agreed to scrap and dismantle the Guardian, which was worth about US$277 million.

Evangelista, head of the task force that is overseeing the salvage operations, said the team had worked throughout the Holy Week to remove the four sections of the warship’s wooden hull which included its bow, auxiliary machine room, main machine room (MMR) and the stern.

“The MMR was lifted yesterday, so the last remaining major part was its stern section,�€ Evangelista said.

“The salvours would still have to clean up and remove the debris from the vessel. The cleanup might last until April 2,” he added.

The cut sections of the ship were taken to the barge S-7ꯠ, which would bring them to a US facility in Japan.

Evangelista said that after the cleanup, Filipino and American experts would conduct a joint assessment at the site to determine the extent of the damage on the reef, known for its rich marine life.

He said the assessment team would include marine biologists from the United States and scientists and representatives from the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources, the University of the Philippines, the Department of Science and Technology, the Tubbataha Management Office and the Tubbataha Protected Area Management Board.

Evangelista added that the assessment team would provide recommendations on how the damaged portions of the reef could be rehabilitated.

(With a report from AFP)

 

Article source: http://asianewsnetwork.feedsportal.com/c/33359/f/566602/s/2a2c7a60/l/0L0Sasianewsnet0Bnet0CFinal0Eremains0Eof0EUS0Eship0Elifted0Efrom0ESulu0ESea0Eacci0E447720Bhtml/story01.htm

Comments (0)

Tags: ,

Eight injured in Lahore factory fire

Posted on 31 March 2013 by admin

» Other News

 JAKARTA: Indonesia’s healthcare spending set to expand

�� MANILA: US$0.3 mil allocated in relief to 5,000 Sabah displaced

 ISLAMABAD: Pakistani prez leaves for Dubai amid rumours of family rift

 MANILA: Stars to fall like rain in April: Filipino astronomers

 DENPASAR, Indonesia: World Hindu youth leaders gather in Bali

 CHACHOENGSAO, Thailand: Thai PM promises revival of Cambodia rail link

 MANILA: Final remains of US ship lifted from Sulu Sea accident site

 ISLAMABAD: Security for Gen Musharraf creates tensions

 JAKARTA: Jakarta churches hold mass at Presidential palace, demand tolerance

 BRAHMMANBARIA, Bangladesh: Countrywide ‘genocide’ on: B’desh opposition

�� TAIPEI: Taipei’s graft-accused councilor held incommunicado

 KARACHI: Principal killed, four kids wounded in Karachi school attack

�—Â�DIGOS CITY, Philippines: Sulu sultan’s men “nearly decimated”: M’sian police

 BANGKOK: Thailand’s rural doctors plan leave to protest P4P scheme

 

» Most Viewed

 SEOUL: South Korea ditching ‘green growth’

 BEIJING: Chinese foreign ministry rebukes Japan’s claims

TAIPEI: Former Taiwanese president diagnosed with brain disorder

 SHANGHAI: Foreign baby formula ‘unsafe’, taken off shelves in China

 BANGKOK: Thai govt train project ‘will only benefit the rich’: Opposition

 PETALING JAYA: M’sia parliament dissolution likely only after mid-April

 TAIPEI: Taiwan premier backs president’s chair re-election bid

� BANGKOK: From rock to religion

 BEIJING: Chinese investors set sights on Greek property

 DHAKA: Five killed in clashes between B’desh cops and opposition activists

● JAKARTA: Jakarta churches hold mass at Presidential palace, demand tolerance

 ISLAMABAD: Pakistani prez leaves for Dubai amid rumours of family rift

�—Â�DHAKA: Capital deficit in B’desh state banks worries IMF

 DIGOS CITY, Philippines: Sulu sultan’s men “nearly decimated”: M’sian police

 BEIJING: US firms less focused on China

Article source: http://asianewsnetwork.feedsportal.com/c/33359/f/566602/s/2a2c8fϹ/l/0L0Sasianewsnet0Bnet0CEight0Einjured0Ein0ELahore0Efactory0Efire0E447740Bhtml/story01.htm

Comments (0)

Tags: ,

Thai PM promises revival of Cambodia rail link

Posted on 31 March 2013 by admin

» Other News

 JAKARTA: Indonesia’s healthcare spending set to expand

�� MANILA: US$0.3 mil allocated in relief to 5,000 Sabah displaced

 ISLAMABAD: Pakistani prez leaves for Dubai amid rumours of family rift

 MANILA: Stars to fall like rain in April: Filipino astronomers

 DENPASAR, Indonesia: World Hindu youth leaders gather in Bali

 LAHORE: Eight injured in Lahore factory fire

 MANILA: Final remains of US ship lifted from Sulu Sea accident site

 ISLAMABAD: Security for Gen Musharraf creates tensions

 JAKARTA: Jakarta churches hold mass at Presidential palace, demand tolerance

 BRAHMMANBARIA, Bangladesh: Countrywide ‘genocide’ on: B’desh opposition

 TAIPEI: Taipei’s graft-accused councilor held incommunicado

 KARACHI: Principal killed, four kids wounded in Karachi school attack

 DIGOS CITY, Philippines: Sulu sultan’s men “nearly decimated”: M’sian police

 BANGKOK: Thailand’s rural doctors plan leave to protest P4P scheme

 

» Most Viewed

 SEOUL: South Korea ditching ‘green growth’

 BEIJING: Chinese foreign ministry rebukes Japan’s claims

 TAIPEI: Former Taiwanese president diagnosed with brain disorder

 SHANGHAI: Foreign baby formula ‘unsafe’, taken off shelves in China

 BANGKOK: Thai govt train project ‘will only benefit the rich’: Opposition

 PETALING JAYA: M’sia parliament dissolution likely only after mid-April

 TAIPEI: Taiwan premier backs president’s chair re-election bid

 BANGKOK: From rock to religion

 BEIJING: Chinese investors set sights on Greek property

 DHAKA: Five killed in clashes between B’desh cops and opposition activists

 JAKARTA: Jakarta churches hold mass at Presidential palace, demand tolerance

 ISLAMABAD: Pakistani prez leaves for Dubai amid rumours of family rift

 DHAKA: Capital deficit in B’desh state banks worries IMF

 DIGOS CITY, Philippines: Sulu sultan’s men “nearly decimated”: M’sian police

 BEIJING: US firms less focused on China

Article source: http://asianewsnetwork.feedsportal.com/c/33359/f/566602/s/2a2c8fe8/l/0L0Sasianewsnet0Bnet0CThai0EPM0Epromises0Erevival0Eof0ECambodia0Erail0ElinЮE447730Bhtml/story01.htm

Comments (0)

Tags: ,

Stars to fall like rain in April: Filipino astronomers

Posted on 31 March 2013 by admin

» Other News

 JAKARTA: Indonesia’s healthcare spending set to expand

�� MANILA: US$0.3 mil allocated in relief to 5,000 Sabah displaced

 ISLAMABAD: Pakistani prez leaves for Dubai amid rumours of family rift

 DENPASAR, Indonesia: World Hindu youth leaders gather in Bali

 LAHORE: Eight injured in Lahore factory fire

 CHACHOENGSAO, Thailand: Thai PM promises revival of Cambodia rail link

� MANILA: Final remains of US ship lifted from Sulu Sea accident site

 ISLAMABAD: Security for Gen Musharraf creates tensions

 JAKARTA: Jakarta churches hold mass at Presidential palace, demand tolerance

�—Â�BRAHMMANBARIA, Bangladesh: Countrywide ‘genocideâ€� on: B’desh opposition

 TAIPEI: Taipei’s graft-accused councilor held incommunicado

 KARACHI: Principal killed, four kids wounded in Karachi school attack

 DIGOS CITY, Philippines: Sulu sultan’s men “nearly decimated”: M’sian police

 BANGKOK: Thailand’s rural doctors plan leave to protest P4P scheme

 

» Most Viewed

�Â SEOUL: South Korea ditching ‘green growth’

 BEIJING: Chinese foreign ministry rebukes Japan’s claims

 TAIPEI: Former Taiwanese president diagnosed with brain disorder

 SHANGHAI: Foreign baby formula ‘unsafe’, taken off shelves in China

 BANGKOK: Thai govt train project ‘will only benefit the rich’: Opposition

 PETALING JAYA: M’sia parliament dissolution likely only after mid-April

 TAIPEI: Taiwan premier backs president’s chair re-election bid

 BANGKOK: From rock to religion

 BEIJING: Chinese investors set sights on Greek property

 DHAKA: Five killed in clashes between B’desh cops and opposition activists

 JAKARTA: Jakarta churches hold mass at Presidential palace, demand tolerance

 ISLAMABAD: Pakistani prez leaves for Dubai amid rumours of family rift

 DHAKA: Capital deficit in B’desh state banks worries IMF

 DIGOS CITY, Philippines: Sulu sultan’s men “nearly decimated”: M’sian police

 BEIJING: US firms less focused on China

Article source: http://asianewsnetwork.feedsportal.com/c/33359/f/566602/s/2a2c7c55/l/0L0Sasianewsnet0Bnet0CStars0Eto0Efall0Elike0Erain0Ein0EApril0EFilipino0Eastronom0E447760Bhtml/story01.htm

Comments (0)

Tags: ,

World Hindu youth leaders gather in Bali

Posted on 31 March 2013 by admin

» Other News

 JAKARTA: Indonesia’s healthcare spending set to expand

�� MANILA: US$0.3 mil allocated in relief to 5,000 Sabah displaced

 ISLAMABAD: Pakistani prez leaves for Dubai amid rumours of family rift

 MANILA: Stars to fall like rain in April: Filipino astronomers

 LAHORE: Eight injured in Lahore factory fire

 CHACHOENGSAO, Thailand: Thai PM promises revival of Cambodia rail link

 MANILA: Final remains of US ship lifted from Sulu Sea accident site

 ISLAMABAD: Security for Gen Musharraf creates tensions

 JAKARTA: Jakarta churches hold mass at Presidential palace, demand tolerance

● BRAHMMANBARIA, Bangladesh: Countrywide ‘genocideâ�� on: B’desh opposition

 TAIPEI: Taipei’s graft-accused councilor held incommunicado

 KARACHI: Principal killed, four kids wounded in Karachi school attack

 DIGOS CITY, Philippines: Sulu sultan’s men “nearly decimated”: M’sian police

 BANGKOK: Thailand’s rural doctors plan leave to protest P4P scheme

 

» Most Viewed

�—Â�SEOUL: South Korea ditching ‘green growth’

 BEIJING: Chinese foreign ministry rebukes Japan’s claims

 TAIPEI: Former Taiwanese president diagnosed with brain disorder

 SHANGHAI: Foreign baby formula ‘unsafe’, taken off shelves in China

 BANGKOK: Thai govt train project ‘will only benefit the rich’: Opposition

 PETALING JAYA: M’sia parliament dissolution likely only after mid-April

 TAIPEI: Taiwan premier backs president’s chair re-election bid

 BANGKOK: From rock to religion

 BEIJING: Chinese investors set sights on Greek property

 DHAKA: Five killed in clashes between B’desh cops and opposition activists

 JAKARTA: Jakarta churches hold mass at Presidential palace, demand tolerance

 ISLAMABAD: Pakistani prez leaves for Dubai amid rumours of family rift

 DHAKA: Capital deficit in B’desh state banks worries IMF

 DIGOS CITY, Philippines: Sulu sultan’s men “nearly decimated”: M’sian police

 BEIJING: US firms less focused on China

Article source: http://asianewsnetwork.feedsportal.com/c/33359/f/566602/s/2a2c7c56/l/0L0Sasianewsnet0Bnet0CWorld0EHindu0Eyouth0Eleaders0Egather0Ein0EBali0E447750Bhtml/story01.htm

Comments (0)

Tags: ,

US$0.3 mil allocated in relief to 5,000 Sabah displaced

Posted on 31 March 2013 by admin

Publication Date : 31-03-2013

 

Nearly 5,000 persons, almost half of them children, have been displaced by the ongoing conflict in Sabah, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) in the Philippines said on Saturday.

The evacuees have sought shelter in Basilan, Sulu, and Tawi-Tawi provinces after Malaysian authorities clashed with forces of the Sultan of Sulu, Jamalul Kiram III, who has renewed his family’s claim to Sabah.

In its latest situation report, the NDRRMC said there are 944 displaced families, comprised of 4,983 people – 2,903 adults and 2,080 children.
The report said that the Department Social Work and Development (DSWD) has allocated some 13.4-milion pesos (US$0.3 million) worth of food and supplies for the evacuees.

It added the DSWD was anticipating the arrival of more displaced persons from Sabah and has allocated six more schools as “processing centres.”

One-stop shop

The DSWD also plans to establish a 24/7 one-stop shop processing centre in Taganak, Tawi-Tawi, to assist the displaced persons with psychosocial interventions, issuance of legal documents, skills training, livelihood, and shelter assistance, among others. This would be done in collaboration with the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) and the Bureau of Immigration, the NDRRMC report said.

In February, an estimated 200 followers of Kiram, some of them armed, landed in Sabah to revive its long-dormant territorial claim, surprising both the Philippines and Malaysia, which had placed the decades-old issue in the backburner. Clashes ensued.

According to Malaysia, the latest conflict has claimed the lives of more than 60 members of the so-called Royal Sulu Forces (RSF), only nine of them members of its security force.

Raja Muda Agbimuddin Kiram, who led the RSF when they arrived in Sabah last February 12, remains elusive and his whereabouts are unknown.

Malaysia claims that he has slipped back to Southern Mindanao but Philippine defense and military officials have said there was no information that the crown prince was in the area.

Kiram is the younger brother of Sulu Sultan Jamalul Kiram III who has vowed to pursue the sultanate’s claim based on a â€�historical truth.”

 

Article source: http://asianewsnetwork.feedsportal.com/c/33359/f/566602/s/2a2c91ca/l/0L0Sasianewsnet0Bnet0CUS0U0A0E30Emil0Eallocated0Ein0Erelief0Eto0E50A0A0A0ESabah0Edispl0E447790Bhtml/story01.htm

Comments (0)

Advertise Here
Advertise Here