The American couple adopted a blind and partially deaf little Chinese girl with very special blue eyes. (Image: You Tube / Screenshot)

The Blue-Eyed Girl from China

Nowadays, adopting a child is commonplace, but here is a very moving story of one adoption of a little girl from China. Chris and Eryn, who live in the southern state of Georgia in the United States, take their two children…

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HAARP: An Instrument for Modifying Weather?

The High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) was a science project funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), University of Alaska Fairbanks, U.S. Navy, and the U.S. Air…

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4 Ways That DuckDuckGo Is Better Than Google

When it comes to searching for something on the Internet, people are accustomed to using Google. However, Google keeps a log of all your search requests. For people concerned with…

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Photon Belt and the Coming Golden Age

For the past few decades, people linked to the New Age Movement have been describing an imminent spiritual transition of humanity to a higher consciousness due to the Earth being…

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Dangers of Lithium-Ion Batteries

Lithium-ion batteries are the heart of any smartphone, without which the devices would not even boot up. However, the batteries have been known to be quite risky. From smartphones manufactured…

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How China Exports Social Control Tech to Venezuela

China’s Social Credit System is an example of what happens when an authoritarian government gets tech savvy. The system basically puts the entire billion-plus population of China under government control,…

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Chinese Birth Tourism Operators Arrested

U.S. law enforcement has arrested three people in Southern California for running a “birth tourism” business. They were charged with conspiracy to commit immigration fraud, identity theft, and international money…

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There’s a Science to Snow Removal

Most of the northern hemisphere of our planet is covered in snow right now, which means city officials and engineers are stuck trying to figure out how to keep their…

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Book Review: ‘Claws of the Panda’

Rarely does a book release come at such an opportune time as Claws of the Panda. The topic it discusses is currently debated all across the world. In this aspect,…

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China’s Famous Physician Bianque (扁鵲)

During the Spring and Autumn Period (about 770 B.C.) in China, the famous physician Bianque (扁鵲) was invited to Qi State to meet with Duke Qi (齊桓侯). Bianque said to…

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A Poor Child’s Sad Poem

In July 2015, an elementary school girl’s poem entitled Tears appeared on the Internet. The author of the poem was Liu Yan (pen name), a fourth-grade Yi girl from the Loving…

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China Takes Steps to Make Preschools Cheap

The Chinese government has issued a notice mandating that kindergartens that are affiliated with urban residential communities should be nonprofit and inexpensive. The notice was issued by the General Office…

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A Look at Thailand’s Kayan People

In Thailand, there is a tribe known as the Kayan or Padaung people. Originally from Myanmar, the tribe is popular the world over for its women who wear several coils…