Reflections from my tour of Phnom Penh, Cambodia

36 years later, across the street from the Royal Palace gate, in a public square, a dozen small children were playing. His parents, mostly in their twenties, were not yet born when the horrible Khmer Rouge event took place. They looked just as happy and innocent as their children. Time has healed, life has moved on.

Phnom Penh became the capital of the Khmer kingdom in the 15th century, replacing Angkor. Legend has it that an old woman named Penh found four Buddha images that had perched on the bank of the Tongle River. A city grew up around the hill where it housed them for worship and came to be known as Phnom Penh (Hill of Penh).

For centuries, Phnom Penh struggled to survive repeated attacks from its two powerful neighbors, the Vietnamese and the Thais, until the arrival of the French in 1863, who made Cambodia a protectorate and in fact protected it from foreign invasions until their departure in 1953..

The French gave the city the layout we know today. Phnom Penh therefore has a specific colonial feel: grand boulevards lined with century-old trees, elegant villas surrounded by lush gardens; However, it seems that a new face of the capital has been formed, as some modern structures are being built, a landmark of the modernity that the country seeks.

In fact, the capital appears to enjoy a distinctly higher standard of living than the rest of the country: Large off-road vehicles abound, the safe deposit box business is a huge success as people find ways to store their newfound wealth. and international schools are full of local children. wealthy families. Of course, that image does not represent the majority of the people of Phnom Penh. Certainly the working class is still very concerned about their daily income. However, an impression of ease and abundance is quite characteristic of the city today.

I decided to walk to the bank of the river in front of the Royal Palace. It is a place where you can meet Cambodians from all walks of life: monks, intellectuals, businessmen, housewives, food vendors and beggars, drawn by the fresh air and the healing effect of the river. In one corner, there was a small Buddhist shrine, where devotees offered candles and lotus flowers on a fresh coconut. I noticed a middle-aged couple ceremoniously shaving their young son’s head. The latter was sitting in a chair, his eyes closed and his hands clasped in a gesture of reverence. Apparently, he was preparing to enter the monk to fulfill his duty as a man and son, bringing merit to his family, a tradition shared in all Theravada countries such as Thailand, Laos, and Burma.

Despite all of Phnom Penh’s interesting sightseeing tours, its laid-back markets, bars, restaurants, and the seemingly carefree laughter of its youth, I still cannot forget the tragic events that have killed a quarter of the population of this country less ago. half a century. I went into a bike shop to rent a bike for a ride. The manager of the store, a young woman in her twenties, did not know how to get to my destination. He had never been to the Choeung Ek death camp, a museum of his country’s past genocide only 13 kilometers away, it is probably a part of history that he prefers not to know.

The Choeung Ek death camp was surrounded by serene rice fields and villages. At first glance, the elegant memorial tower located in the center of the site did not look horrible at all, until I saw the pyramid of skulls with thousands of victims who had been killed at this site during the Khmer Rouge regime. My audio guide took me through all the mass grave sites and then back to the memorial tower. There were no words to describe the sensation resulting from touring the site. The entire site was a terrifying display of the darker side of the human psyche, where circumstances turned people into killing machines, unable to connect with the most basic human consciousness: that of the value of life.

“The choice of the divine bird Garuda and the divine serpent Naga on the roof of the memorial tower is symbolically very significant,” said the tour guide. “In mythology, they are eternal enemies. Therefore, when worn together as ornaments, they represent a strong desire for reconciliation and peace.”

In fact, this spirit of reconciliation had been an attitude adopted by Cambodians in order to move on, keep smiling and rebuild their country. This is how Phnom Penh has managed to put traumatized memories in museums and books, looking to the future and living life to the fullest now.


Baked salmon patties

For years, fish has been labeled “brain food” and, more recently, nutritionists have added “high in Omega3” and “heart healthy” to the labels. Everything is true! Fish is a good source of protein, selenium, phosphorus, magnesium, vitamin B6, and Omega3 oils. The benefits of eating fish, particularly baked or broiled salmon, three times a week include reducing: the risk of heart disease, blood pressure, macular degeneration, ADHD in children, grumpy adolescent syndrome, dementia in older people and a great number of other ailments and diseases. A recent study from Purdue University found that nearly 30% of Americans studied have non-measurable levels of omega3 fatty acids in their systems, putting them at increased risk for heart disease, stroke, diabetes, dementia, and heart problems. behavior and learning.

So listen up friends! Adults and children need to eat fish every week. If you think you don’t like fish, start with fish sticks or fish burgers until you like it, then move on to tuna sandwiches, baked and grilled salmon, halibut, and the next thing you know the world will be. your oyster.

This recipe is for canned salmon, which is easy to carry and tasty.

Salmon Cakes


– makes 4 servings

or 1 can (14.75 oz.) salmon and its juice

or ½ cup Italian breadcrumbs

or ½ cup of milk

or 2 tablespoons minced onion

or 2 tablespoons of chopped green bell pepper

or 1 lemon, juice ½ and cut the other half into wedges to decorate

or 2 to 3 pinches of Tabasco sauce

o Freshly ground black pepper, about ¼ teaspoon or 6 to 8 ground

or 1 beaten egg


1. Preheat oven to 350 ° F. Lightly butter 4 small tart or muffin cups.

2. Combine all ingredients in a bowl. Use your hands as if you are mixing a meatloaf.

3. Press into prepared molds.

4. Bake for 20-25 minutes.

5. Remove cakes from tins and serve with sauce (recipe below).

Black Olive Tapenade Sauce


or 1 cup black olives, pitted (Greek or Spanish olives are best)

or 2 teaspoons of lemon juice

or 2 teaspoons whole grain mustard

or 1 small garlic clove

or 2 teaspoons capers (or pitted green olives)

or 1 teaspoon fresh rosemary (or ¼ teaspoon dried)

or ¼ cup olive oil

o Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste

or 1 cup of plain yogurt


1. Place all ingredients (except yogurt) in a food processor and whisk until texture is just smooth … scrape bowl to make sure all ingredients are incorporated.

2. Taste and adjust seasoning if necessary.

3. Add 2 tablespoons of the olive mixture to the yogurt. The remaining olive mixture can be served on the side or over vegetables, eggs, meat, and as a sandwich filling.


Cost recovery with fatal accident claims

The law is contained in the Fatal Accidents Act of 1976 and the Law Reform (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act of 1934.

1. Expenses incurred before death

The LRMPA allows the recovery of funeral expenses under section 1 (2) (c) which establishes that the deceased’s estate can claim them. In addition, other expenses can also be claimed under the LRMPA. These are limited to what the deceased himself could have claimed had he lived. Section 1 (1) of the LRMPA states:

Subject to the provisions of this section on the death of any person after the commencement of this Law, all causes of action that subsist against him or conferred on him will survive or, as the case may be, for the benefit of his estate.

2. Definition of “funeral expenses”

“Funeral expenses” are not defined in any law. The jurisprudence does not give us an exhaustive definition either. What is clear from the case law is that in claims under both the 1976 Fatal Accidents Act and the 1934 LRMPA, funeral expenses must be “reasonable in all circumstances.” The proof appears to be the same in both Acts. Relevant circumstances will include the deceased’s position in life, occupation, and racial origin (Goldstein vs. Salvation Army Assurance Society [1917] 2 KB 291; Hart vs. Griffiths-Jones [1948] 2 All ER 729 to 731 according to Streatfield J; Gammell vs. Wilson [1982] CA 27, [1980] 2 All ER 557, CA).

Some examples of what has been considered (a) a funeral expense and (b) a reasonable or unreasonable funeral expense according to case law include:


St George v Turner [2003] CLY 936 – an exceptional case in which damages were recovered for funeral expenses in Japan in excess of £ 50,000, including a family Buddhist altar and accessories; funeral costs; the cost of a Buddhist renaming ceremony for the dead; payments for the attendance of Buddhist monks; a tombstone and works; a memorial day reception; and an anniversary reception. A Japanese woman had been murdered by her English husband. McGregor on Damages comments on this case “This is believed to be too extreme to be sustained; even murder cannot influence the level of recovery of funeral expenses.”

Smith vs. Marchioness / Bowbelle (January 27, 1993) – Reception was allowed as reasonable. “A claimant cannot ignore the social obligation to provide some refreshments to guests.” Social deficiencies must be noted and the £ 400 spent was recovered. See also St George v Turner (May 10, 2003, not reported). Contrast Gammell vs. Wilson [1982] AC 27, CA

Gammell v Wilson (first instance) – a headstone or headstone would be considered a reasonable expense. In addition, reasonable funeral expenses may include the costs of a burial in another country if that is where the deceased came from (see also St George v Turner above)

Schneider vs. Eisovich [1960] 2QB 430 – the expenses of two family members who traveled to France to organize the return of the body (of the brother) were reasonable. Paull J ruled that the services provided had to be necessary and as the expenses would have been incurred in any event, they were reasonable.

Hart vs. Griffiths Jones [1948] 2 All ER 729 – Embalming the body of a four-year-old was a reasonable expense.

Goldstein vs. Salvation Army Assurance Society [1917] 2 KB 291 – the cost of a tombstone was reasonable.


Harding vs. Scott-Moncrieff [2004] EWHC 1733 (QB) – Funeral expenses did not include funeral expenses, attorneys ‘fees, accountants’ fees, and the appraiser’s report.

Quainoo v Brent and Harrow Area Health Authority (1982) 132 NLJ 1100 AND Gammell vs. Wilson [1982] AC 27, CA– The expenses of an overly elaborate wake failed.

Gammell vs. Wilson [1982] AC 27, CA – The Court of Appeal confirmed, with some hesitation, the lower court award of £ 595 for a headstone in respect of a funeral which had taken place in 1976. A member of the court noted that “the tombstone … in this case it was very close to the boundary between a tombstone and a monument”. The Court of Appeal approved the approach “that there is a distinction between a headstone that finishes off, describes and marks the grave, which is part of the funeral expenses, and a memorial, which is not.” Expenses for an elaborate wake and mourning clothing were unrecoverable.

Stanton vs. Ewart F Youldon Ltd [1960] 1 All ER 429, [1960] 1 WLR 543 – spending on a monument or monument was unreasonable under the circumstances, but a simple headstone would be allowed. McNair J said ““ The legal position is that a stone on a grave can properly be considered part of the funeral expenses if it is a reasonable expense for the persons in the position of the deceased and for the relatives who are responsible for the actual arrangement of the stone. ; but insofar as it is simply a memorial erected as a sign of love and affection, it should not be included.For”

The claim also included £ 5 paid to the minister for attending the funeral, £ 8 for two additional limousines at the funeral and £ 5 for bringing the body home. These payments were also included as reasonable funeral expenses in the damages recovered.

Unfortunately, there is no definitive definition of funeral expenses or, more importantly, reasonable funeral expenses. When considering these elements in a fatal accident claim, it will be a case of considering case law and the two acts as guidance, and making a reasoned judgment based on this.


Toyota Venza SUV performance review

Whenever the name of SUV reaches the ears of children, everyone wants to get that car. Basically, SUV means sports vehicle. These are cars with added utilities that are capable of bringing the vehicle up to sporting standards. At Toyota Venza, the sports utilities that are given are the huge fuel tank, amalgamated tires, and many more things that can be associated with the car to make it look more like a sports vehicle.

Why SUV ?:

There is the most important offer for all the playboys that exist. All the time you are looking to impress girls like you haven’t done before. If you are going to buy a Toyota Venza, the girls of the city say, ‘I’m coming ladies’, which is the least you can say from your mouth, the rest will be immediately spoken by the vehicle.

Not only this, but there are many other things associated with the car that can help you. If you are going to go on some kind of vacation with your family, imagine if your car breaks down or the tire goes flat or the car runs out of fuel, what could have happened. You should consider all of these things before you go shopping for a car as it is good to look before you jump and there is no need to cry over cracked milk. This is the fact that you can buy an SUV whenever you are going to buy one, and the priority becomes high if you are a frequent visitor from some other city or another city.

In addition to other SUVs on the market, the Toyota Venza SUV incorporates other additional standard in-car features that are integrated into the car and that make the car look more impressive and yes, all that glitters is not gold, but this one. shiny SUV has the properties of gold. This will only be judged after you have purchased this car. Unfortunately, you cannot go now and buy this car right after reading this article, because the company has not released this car yet. So, just wait for another cut-off point of the vehicle so it can launch later this year.

Have you ever thought about the six-shift CD player in the car? Yes, this CD player, just like your own home theater system, can work in your own Toyota Venza SUV. The car has a few other features that make it superior and well managed than the other SUVs on the market.

This is a fact that the car has that it is more of a truck shaped car rather than a formal sports car _ But at the same time this is also one of the fats that this vehicle has an automatic high beam system mechanically descending at low beams. when oncoming traffic is active and then revisits the high beams when the road is empty. Doesn’t that sound good? So in this way, the car is about an airplane.


Choosing a new radio for your truck

Need a great new radio for your farm truck or tractor? There are many options and functions available. A new radio can be as simple as AM / FM with a clock display, or it can include features like Bluetooth for hands-free cellular communication, SiriusXM satellite radio, and even weather band for those whose work day is affected by the weather.

When it comes time to replace a semi truck radio, many people often worry about the wiring. Of course, this is an important first step. However, the critical part is that you don’t cut the wires. No need to cut the factory wiring on any large equipment just to replace the radio. What most drivers or maintenance personnel will quickly realize is that, unlike a car stereo, all the wiring behind the radio on a truck is either white or gray, or a combination of both. This type of wiring is not very intuitive, which means that it is impossible to identify which wires are speaker wires and which are power wires without using a special tool called a multimeter. Even with this tool, cutting and splicing cables is still not recommended.

The next and perhaps the most important aspect to consider is quality. What’s the point in replacing the radio with a malfunctioning aftermarket radio that is very likely to fail in a short amount of time? The conditions in a semi-trailer truck are not the same as those in cars and other passenger vehicles, so the use of an aftermarket radio from a superstore is not recommended at all. We’ve all learned that getting a job done right the first time means you won’t have to do it a second time.

The best radios for semi trailers are heavy duty radios made by Delphi and Panasonic. Many times these stereos will accept the wiring connector placed on the 2005 and newer model year semis by the manufacturer, be it Freightliner, International, Kenworth, Mack, Peterbilt, Volvo, or Western Star. 2004 and earlier require a wiring adapter, but no cutting or splicing will be required. Just plug the adapter into the truck’s cable connector and plug the adapter into the new radio. When you buy one of these heavy duty Delphi or Panasonic radios, it will include a tool to easily remove the existing radio. This tool should be kept in a safe place for future use.

When purchasing one of these Delphi or Panasonic radios from your dealer, the cost will be significant. While buying online means you won’t have the new radio in your hands today, it also means big savings on the exact same equipment. There are some online stores that do a lot with Delphi and Panasonic truck radios so they can save you a lot of money and ensure proper fit as well as retention of the steering wheel and bedroom controls.


How To Buy Auto Parts Online

Buying auto parts online can be extremely unpredictable. There are so many uncertain variables if you don’t know exactly what you need. Choosing the right online auto parts store can be the difference between getting the right part at the right price or finding yourself chasing the proverbial rabbit down the hole. The tips and tricks presented here will help you have a pleasant online shopping experience.

You don’t need to be an expert

It’s no wonder the last few years have been financially heavy for most of the people here in the US This fiscal struggle is everywhere when you take a moment to focus on our spending habits. For example, new vehicle sales have dropped considerably in the last 5 years, the restoration of existing cars has increased exponentially. These days, we are becoming DIY mechanics, replacing faulty car parts with new ones as needed. However, most people are unaware that they can save even more money by buying auto parts online rather than at their local store.

You don’t have to be an expert!

In years past, consulting with an expert before purchasing auto parts was the only way to go. We had to trust what our local mechanic said as gospel. Today, with access to a world of information with the start of the Internet, as long as you know a little about your car, it is not really necessary to start your search with your local mechanic. If you want to buy auto parts online you can do so as long as you know the make, year and model of your vehicle. Buying replacement parts online is even easier if you know the part number.

Save time when shopping online

If you buy new auto parts locally, your selections are limited in terms of price and quality. Also, there is no guarantee that you will find the exact part you need. This is painfully true if you are shopping for a rare auto part. Buying auto parts online can be much more efficient in terms of getting quality and accurate results. That’s because there are dozens of auto parts stores online that deal with auto parts sales. This means that you will likely find the precise part you need, even if it is unusual.

Saving time

If you buy auto parts from traditional places, you may need to drive to several different places before finding the part you are looking for. Driving from one place to another takes time. If you buy online, what would have taken you hours, if not days, can be accomplished in thirty minutes or less. So if you have a busy life like most of us, buying new parts online definitely gives you time to do what you need to do instead of buying the parts in town.

Save money by shopping online

Let’s say you decide to buy a used 2001 Ford Mustang, but you need a new suspension. If you buy the shocks and struts locally, it will cost you $ 400 or more at retail price. If you buy the exact same suspension parts online, you can get them for as little as $ 200. That’s half the cost, and shipping is usually free. When you buy new parts online, you cut out the middle man. That is what makes it so much cheaper.

Warning: be careful

If your car urgently needs a car replacement part right away, then you will pay for that urgent need. If you have a day or two to spare to allow your purchase to arrive, it’s a much better idea to shop online than to shop locally. However, you must be careful to order exactly the correct part the first time. If you have to return a part because you ordered the wrong one, it could cause a significant delay. It’s also a good idea to make sure any website you consider buying auto parts from is legitimate before making any kind of purchase.

Rely on these tips and tricks when shopping for auto parts online and you’ll save time, money, and greater satisfaction knowing you’ve achieved your goal of getting your car back on the road for less money.


How to turn $ 50 into $ 5,000 in 30 days

A critical first step in making more money is determining your reasons for making the extra money. It could be that you want to earn enough money for a down payment on a new car. I heard that Mercedes has a new offering on the sleek S-Class series. Maybe you want to take a well-deserved vacation. The average cost of vacations is $ 4,580 according to You may want to save for a wedding. Weddings, by the way, cost a whopping $ 28,400 on average according to It may be that your children are pestering you to create or add money to their educational fund. The costs of education are skyrocketing. College costs have risen 500% in the US since 1985, according to The reason could be related to debt. The average credit card debt per adult in the US is $ 4,878. The money you earn could be used to pay off your credit card debt or pay medical bills. By the way, medical bills are the leading cause of bankruptcies in the US according to

It is essential for write your reason (s) now. Please get a pen and paper and do so before continuing.

Next steps –

  • Set your goal. A goal is a desired outcome that a person plans and commits to achieving a desired personal or organizational end point in some type of assumed development. A goal is something you put in writing with a specific amount of our result and a specific deadline or deadline. Your goal could be to earn $ 5,000 in 30 days as an example. Or it could be earning $ 50,000 in 3 months. It is your goal.
  • Define the objective. The objectives are closely related to the goals. And the two terms are often used synonymously. But the goals and objectives are different. Goals are specific, measurable milestones that must be reached in order to reach a goal. In this example, your goal is to find people interested in buying products and / or services and sell those products and / or services to them at a price they can afford.
  • Create a strategy. With your goal and objective set and in writing, you can now proceed to strategy. A strategy is a plan of action designed to achieve your objective and goal. Strategy is a high-level written statement of the methods you will use to achieve your goal. In this example, your strategy will be to use affiliate marketing opportunities and a blog to bring buyers and sellers together. When a sale is made, you will earn a commission.
  • Develop your tactics. Tactics are specific actions necessary to accomplish a strategy. Tactics are what you do, and for each strategy, there are a number of tactics. You will use various marketing techniques to attract buyers to your blog. Social media marketing techniques, article marketing, video marketing and other techniques will be used.

What’s affiliates marketing? Affiliate marketing is a type of performance-based marketing in which a business rewards one or more affiliates for every visitor or customer brought in by the affiliate’s own marketing efforts according to Wikipedia. It is a function of electronic commerce. By the way, total e-commerce spending in the United States will hit roughly $ 262 billion this year, up 13.4% from $ 231 billion last year, according to a new projection from Forrester Research Inc. Affiliate marketing is a low risk, high return strategy for online marketers. US Affiliate Marketing Spending Will Hit $ 4 Billion In 2014 And Increase At A Compound Annual Growth Rate Of 16% From 2009 To 2014 According To Forrester Research Inc. By Becoming An Affiliate Marketer You Are By connecting to this exchange of buyers and sellers and you are giving yourself the opportunity to earn a lot of money.

Some of the top affiliate marketers are raking in more than $ 2 million a year. There is a lot of money to go around, but there are no promises that you will make $ 2 million a year from the start. However, if you are committed to the process, you can earn a full-time income by working part-time hours.

Okay, so the next step is to identify the industries you want to help. You may be inclined to decide based on your personal interests. You may have read that a particular industry is about to emerge. There are many industries that offer affiliate marketing opportunities.

The renewable energy industry may be of interest to you. There are many products that are available online such as solar powered flash lights. By the way, when was the last time you saw a solar powered flash light at Wal-Mart or your local sporting goods store? They are incredibly difficult to find. Many people who enjoy the outdoors would save a great deal of money on flashlight batteries and fuel if they had flashlights and solar lanterns. This is just one example of items that people will be happy to buy from your blog.

Another example is personal financial services. Millions of people are struggling with their personal debts and need solutions to help them recover financially. By offering people credit card debt reduction services or mortgage refinance services that they cannot get locally, you are helping them regain control of their life and they will get paid in the process!

Maybe you love to travel or wish you could travel more. Providing travel packages to exotic locations can float your boat, so to speak.

Providing health-related products or services to millions of people looking for ways to lose weight and lead a more active lifestyle. There are many options to choose from and many ways to earn money as an affiliate marketer in most industries.

The next step is to create a blog so that you can inform people about products and / or services that will improve their lives. There are many companies that offer free blog space or you can buy blog space. It depends on your budget and your technical skills. Take a day or two to learn how to blog and how to add blog posts to your blog.

Write some posts detailing information about your industry and the products and / or services that will soon be available on your blog. Make sure your content is informative and interesting. The last thing your visitors will want to read are cheeky ads.

Next, apply to become an affiliate marketer for companies in your industry. Use Google to locate the providers of the types of products and / or services you have selected to sell and complete your affiliate marketing request. You will receive a response within 48 hours in most cases. Make sure to keep track of which affiliate programs you have applied for and what the result of each application is.

You can then start adding affiliate links to your blog for the products and / or services you want to sell. Try to balance your blog with content and ads. A general rule of thumb is to load your blog with 70% content and 30% advertising. Another tip is to offer products and / or services that give you a good range of commissions. In other words, include high, medium and low commission items on your blog to have a good mix. You can sell several of each over the course of a day and having the right combination will allow you to reach your income goal.

Now is the time to market your blog. People will learn about your blog through your marketing efforts. Your marketing plan should include social media (Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and others). It should also include articles and e-books, as well as SEO (Search Engine Optimized) blog posts.

Write a list of keywords that your niche is likely to use to search online for the information and items you are posting on your blog.

Spend at least an hour a day marketing your blog. Be sure to include the list of keywords you just wrote for your Twitter searches. Follow people who are industry leaders, as well as people who appear to be new to the industry. By the way, industry leaders tend to have many more followers than newbies.

There are many Twitter tools available that you can use to reduce the time it takes to create, maintain, and communicate with your Twitter followers. Search Twitter lists related to your industry and create a list for your account.

Use online automation tools to deliver your blog posts to your target audience to reduce the amount of time and effort required for tweets.

Include a Facebook fan page in your marketing plan. Create a Facebook fan page and add relevant content and photos. Post snippets of your posts on the fan page to pique the curiosity of Facebook visitors and encourage them to visit your blog.

Articles and videos should also be used to promote your blog. Ideally, you should write one or two articles each week. You can convert the article into an e-book and even a video after the article has been published. Set goals for your marketing plan and adjust your efforts until you reach them. I’ve written other articles as well as blog posts with detailed instructions on how to write articles, set a social media marketing plan, conversion goals, and create an overall online marketing plan, as well as other tips and tricks.

Replace underperforming affiliate programs with other programs until conversion rates are at acceptable levels.

Keep marketing, measuring, and adjusting until you’ve met your traffic, conversion, and revenue goals.

In short, when you identify the reasons for making more money and have clearly set a goal in writing, you can proceed to creating goals, strategies, and tactics to reach your goal. Monitoring your progress on a daily basis and making adjustments will keep you on track. E-commerce is here to stay and there is a surge in growth just before the holiday season, but any time is a good time to start. Startup costs should be around $ 50 or less, depending on the blog service you use and other blog-related items you choose.

The two most important things to remember is that you need to align yourself with the people and resources who will assist you at any point in the process, and you need to start now.

“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much” – Helen Keller

“You can be late, but time won’t.” –Benjamin Franklin


Solutions for Poverty

What is poverty?

It is a situation in which people’s basic needs for food, clothing and shelter are not met. Poverty is generally of two types. Absolute poverty occurs when people cannot obtain adequate resources to maintain a minimum level of health. It means almost the same thing everywhere and can be eradicated as some countries show. Relative poverty occurs when people do not enjoy a certain minimum level of government-determined living standards that vary from country to country, sometimes within the same country.

Poverty in Pakistan

According to reports, 39 percent of Pakistan’s population lives in multidimensional poverty. This is due to the higher poverty rates in FATA and Baluchistan. The people of Pakistan are very poor just because of their lack of seriousness. In Pakistan, 20 percent of the country’s income is paid to the country itself. The remaining 80 percent goes to the government / political parties. Of that 10 percent of that paid income (20 percent of the country) is paid to Music Industries Movie Industries and wealthy families. At 10 percent, they consider this country a success and also donate to charities, student education, and hospitals.

Perfidy is not the only reason for this poverty. It depends on the government and the leaders, but in addition to this, everyone has the right to enjoy their life. Live happily and carefree, but be sure to work hard too. As it says:

“The world is a dangerous place not because of those who do evil but because of those who look and do nothing.”

– Albert Einstein

Percentage of poverty in the world

At least 80 percent of humanity lives on less than $ 10 a day. More than 80 percent of the world’s population lives in countries where income gaps are widening. The poorest 40 percent of the world’s population receives 5 percent of global income. The richest 20 percent are paid three-quarters of the world’s income.

According to UNICEF, 22,000 children die every day due to poverty. And they die silently in some of the poorest towns on earth and nobody knows it. Thank God we are blessed with Abdul-Sattar Edhi, James Harrison, Gino Starda and many more heroes like them who saved many lives.


The people who worked so hard and saved so many lives are known until the last day. We always appreciate these types of people.

Vicente Ferrer helped millions of people and saved many lives. He helped so many poor people by providing health care and rural development.

Abdul-Sattar Edhi was the name of mercy. It established a network of 1,800 minivan ambulances with its private donations. The Edhi Foundation is a network of humanity. At the time of his death, Edhi was registered as the parent / guardian of almost 20,000 children.

Anti-Poverty Tutorial

To fight poverty, work is our main and important weapon. Support the poor. Ongoing support is needed to make sure we can support each other and we can only do that by helping each other, not fighting each other. Consider making a donation, no matter how small.


Nissan Motors

Nissan Motors was founded in 1932 by Kenjiro Den, Rokuro Aoyama, Meitaro Takeuchi, and Yoshisuke Aikawa. The company is based in Tokyo, Japan. The current president, CEO and co-chair is Carlos Ghosn. Nissan employs more than 185,000 people and the company’s revenue reached $ 88 billion in 2007. Nissan is owned 44.4% by Renault SA of France in calendar year 2008, but they have been in an alliance since 1999 Nissan previously made vehicles under the Datsun name. Nissan is the third largest vehicle manufacturer in Japan and also manufactures Infiniti luxury vehicles.

Datsun was first established as a vehicle manufacturer in 1914, and the Nissan brand was not used in vehicles until the 1930s. Since the company’s inception, there have been more than a handful of company presidents and CEOs:

o 1933-1939 Yoshisuke Aikawa

o 1939-1942 Masasuke Murakami

1942-1944 Genshichi Asahara

or 1944-1945 Haruto Kudo



o 1947-1951 Taichi Minoura

o 1951-1957 Genshichi Asahara

o 1957-1973 Katsuji Kawamata

o 1973-1977 Tadahiro Iwakoshi

o 1977-1985 Takashi Ishihara

1985-1992 Yutaka Kume

o 1992-1996 Yoshifume Tsuji

1996-2000 Yoshikazu Hanawa

2000-present Carlos Ghosn

Nissan’s presidents and CEOs have helped build the company into one of the world’s leading vehicle manufacturers and continue that tradition today. Nissan manufactures and distributes sports cars, compact cars, and heavy-duty pickup trucks around the world.

According to Nissan’s website, the company has tons of manufacturing plants around the world. They are located in:

or Japan

– Oppama, Yokosuka, Kanagawa (Oppama Plant and Research Center)

– Kaminokawa, Tochigi (Tochigi Plant)

– Kanda, Fukuoka (Kyushu Plant)

– Kanagawa-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa (Yokohama Plant)

– Iwaki, Fukushima (Iwaki Plant)

– Hiratsuka, Kanagawa (Nissan Shatai Shonan Plant)

– Nagoya, Aichi (Atsuta and Eitoku plants of Aichi machine industry)

– Matsusaka, Mie (Aichi Machine Industry Matsusaka Plant)

– Tsu, Mie (Aichi Machine Industry Tsu Plant)

– Uji, Kyoto (Auto Works Kyoto)

– Ageo, Saitama (Nissan Diesel Motor, currently owned by the Volvo Group)

– Samukawa, Kanagawa (Nissan Kohki)

– Zama, Kanagawa (Zama Plant closed in 1995, currently Global Production Engineering Center and storage unit for its historic models)

or Brazil

– São José dos Pinhais, Paraná

or Indonesia

– Cikampek, West Java

or Iran

– Karaj, Tehran

or Malaysia

– Segambut, Kuala Lumpur

– Serendah, Selangor

or Mexico

– Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes

– Cuernavaca, CIVAC

or Philippines

– City of Santa Rosa, Laguna

or South Africa

– Rosslyn

or Spain

– Barcelona

– Avila

or Thailand

– Bangna, Samutprakarn

or Taiwan

– Taipei

or United Kingdom

– Sunderland, northeast

or United States

– Smyrna, Tennessee

– Canton, Mississippi

– Decherd, Tennessee

Nissan Motors plans to start selling electric cars in 2012 and has been trying to develop hybrid cars and hybrid engine parts for the past two years. Nissan feels that the development of its own electric car and the growing popularity of reciprocating cars will make its endeavor a success. The idea for the company to produce an electric car came from the current president and CEO of the company, Carlos Ghosn.


Campers, Trailers, and RVs – Know the Difference Before You Visit RV Dealers

Have you recently made the decision to buy a mobile home? These are a great way to add another layer of mobility to your life. But, before visiting RV dealerships, you should know more about the types of mobile homes available today. The most popular options are the RV, pop-up, trailer, and camper. All of these options have their strengths. Find out which one is best for you.

The recreational vehicle

Recreational vehicles, also known as motor homes, are often the largest of the options available at RV dealerships and feature the most amenities. Depending on the make and model you choose, RVs can be as short as a truck or as long as 45 feet. This means that they are also difficult to handle; some states require special licenses to operate mobile homes. Unlike the other options on this list, they are completely self-contained.

When it comes to add-ons, RVs have the most versatility. Most motorhomes come with a bed, a bathroom, a cooking area, and a small living room. Larger upgraded models may also come with additional beds or bedrooms, a full kitchen, a living room with a sofa and armchairs, and bathrooms with tubs and showers. Features like extended cabinets, flat-screen TVs, kitchen islands, and hot tubs can also be added.

If you are looking for all the comforts of home while traveling, the recreational motorhome may be the best option for you.

The pop-up camper

A pop-up window is a specialized mobile home that can be folded into a small space and unfolded when parked as part of the pop-up setup. It is much smaller and more maneuverable than a motorhome without sacrificing a lot of space or comforts. Modern pop-up windows consist of a frame, box, hard top, removable bunks, and soft walls, which are made of vinyl or canvas.

Although the displayed pop-ups share the size of motorhomes, they do not have some of the same amenities. The new high-wall models come with space for cabinets and beds, but there are very few models that come with showers. Special accessories can be purchased to provide baths. However, what it lacks in amenities it makes up for in maneuverability and price. Pop-ups are much less expensive than their larger counterparts and can be towed behind a truck or SUV.

The travel trailer

A travel trailer, also called a caravan or teardrop, is a small, sturdy living space that can be attached to a vehicle. Like motorhomes and RVs, travel trailers can have many of the comforts of home: a bed, a kitchen, a living room, and a bathroom. Travel trailers tend to be smaller, much smaller than motorhomes. They are typically less than 18 feet long and can weigh less than 700 pounds. Smaller teardrop or ultralight models can even be carried behind cars or motorcycles.

The Camper Camper

The Truck Trailer is the smallest mobile home you’ll find on the RV dealer lot. They are made to fit in a truck bed. Ultra-small and ultra-light, they are built to meet the needs: sleeping space, stove or hot plate, sink and sometimes a bathroom, they are stacked on top of each other to fit the maximum in the space. Truck campers allow their inhabitants to go anywhere a normal car could go. They are popular with people on long-term job sites.

When you visit a RV dealership, your sales associate can help you determine which of these mobile homes best suits your needs, style, and budget.