Thursday, August 6
Community buys out donuts so this shop owner can go home early and spend time with sick wife
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Community buys out donuts so this shop owner can go home early and spend time with sick wife

Life can be difficult sometimes but with the encouragements and helps from people around us can bring new hopes. When this donut shop owner’s wife fall sick, people in the communities came to offer their supports and the story went viral.  John Chan and his wife, Stella are refugees from Cambodia now living in Seal Beach, southern California. They've been a part of the community here and the couple started selling donuts, generations after generations, for more than 28 years now. Since the 1990s, the couple has been behind the counter of Donut City, 7 days a week. But one day, Chan's beloved wife of more than 30 years falls ill and now recovering from a brain aneurism. Her sister stepped in to help out but the customers immediately missed Stella. "She's always smiling, ful...
Strawberries might be full of worms. Woman shows how to use simple ways to clean the fruits.
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Strawberries might be full of worms. Woman shows how to use simple ways to clean the fruits.

We love strawberries. They look amazing and taste delicious. But did you know that there's something hidden in strawberries that we might've just unintentionally eat without realizing? Recently, a woman named Vickie posted a one-minute video on her Twitter and showed why we should wash our fruits in salt water. In the video, Vickie showed the strawberries that she just bought from the market and talked about how people just normally rinse them off before eating. But according to her, people on Twitter kept on saying how strawberries should be washed in salt water first before eating instead of just rinsing it. Vickie was curious what is that all about and wanted to try it herself. So she took a bowl, filled it with water, poured some salt in it. Then she put her stra...
Beluga whale playfully drops youtuber’s GoPro into the water before returning it back to the owner
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Beluga whale playfully drops youtuber’s GoPro into the water before returning it back to the owner

YouTuber and diver Joachim Larssen was completely oblivious to the chance encounter he was about to experience when he was kayaking in Hammerfest Bay in Norway. He was rowing his kayak while documenting the scenic view around him when he noticed a large wild sea creature approaching him from beneath the waters. Much to his surprise, the creature was a friendly beluga whale whom he identified from a previous trip. Named Hvaldimir, the adorable mammal actually came up close to Larssen's kayak earlier the month for a quick chat. He was brushing against it in the least intimidating way possible, before disappearing into the water. This time around, Hvaldimir made sure he caught Larssen's attention. Larssen thought this was a once in a lifetime opportunity and took his camera o...
This dog went viral for frowning so hard it looks like it was about to cry after receiving time-out for chewing furniture
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This dog went viral for frowning so hard it looks like it was about to cry after receiving time-out for chewing furniture

Dogs are naughty sometimes and they deserve some little punishments. But this one dog seems like it's not very happy with the punishment it gets and not shy to show how upset it is either. Recently, the dog named Captain went viral on the internet thanks to its funny expression. It all started when the owner, Christina caught her dog chewing on the furniture. So she decided that he needs to be punished for this bad habit. Captain has an amazing relationship with its owner. But that doesn't mean bad behavior is allowed. Hence, Christina put Captain in a time out at the corner of their house for nibbling furniture and its expression says it all. Captain is not fond of this punishment. Clearly not happy with the punishment he's receiving, Captain frowned so hard that he...
A pair of birds gladly accepted twigs from human hands to build their new nest
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A pair of birds gladly accepted twigs from human hands to build their new nest

Often times, animals are afraid of humans. But this one wild bird is not your normal bird. One day, a British couple, Ian Bailey and Jan were strolling in a park near their home before they spotted another couple, looking busy with their small 'construction' project. The other couple was a pair of birds called 'coots' who seemed very busy trying to build their nest on the lake in the park. One of the birds stays in the nest while the other is trying its best to find enough materials for their new house. However, finding the best tree branches for their next home is not an easy task. "The side of the lake is quite high, so the birds have to swim quite far in order to find the twigs," said Bailey. So Bailey and Jan decided to help the birds. They found several branches on the...
Kind and generous 76yo man works for 22 years so he can feed the street cats every single day
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Kind and generous 76yo man works for 22 years so he can feed the street cats every single day

Many of us love animals, but probably not as much as this 76-year-old Willie Ortiz from Hartford, Connecticut, USA.  Thanks to his love for the animal and realizing how much they need his attention, Ortiz was said to have been taking care of the stray cats for 22 years. Then kindhearted man has been doing everything he can so that he can feed the stray cats every single day. His love for cats is unbeatable. Ortiz would feed more than 68 stray cats every day and he's working hard to be able to afford the expenses to do that. Ortiz didn't come from a rich family, so he did things like collecting steels and other side hustle in order to raise money for his cats. During the day, he would do some recycling and at night, he would bring packs of cat food to 16 different...
Hardworking 10yo boy sells mango juice to earn money to buy PS4 himself
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Hardworking 10yo boy sells mango juice to earn money to buy PS4 himself

Kids usually asked parents to buy them all sorts of things, especially toys. The same goes for this 10-year-old Danish Izzuddin from Malaysia, but what sets him apart is what he did after. One day, Danish asked for a game console from his parents, but they told him that they would only buy him if he got first place in his school examinations. Probably thinking that getting first place is rather hard for him, Danish finds other ways to get his dream PlayStation 4 (PS4). That was when Danish took his father's suggestion to start a small business of selling mango juice to earn money, in the same footsteps as his mother who is selling pickled mango. Danish blended the juice himself using fresh mangoes, bottled it up, and then ready to be couriered to customers. With his 17-...
22yo man scratches a new BMW in showroom to force father to buy it for him
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22yo man scratches a new BMW in showroom to force father to buy it for him

Usually, kids will throw tantrum when they can't get what they want. But this spoiled man  in China who's no longer a kid 'throws tantrum' in a different way just to get what he wants. One day, the 22-year-old man named Ji Moubing from the Jiangxi city of Shangrao visited a BMW dealership store and one brand-new dark blue BMW caught his eyes. As the salesman was showing the car to him, Ji likes the car a lot and seems to be very interested to buy it. Ji told the salesman that his father promised to purchase him a nice car as a reward for getting his license and he would call his father to discuss it. However, Ji got angry after the call and took the car keys while walking over to the BMW. He suddenly made a long scratch on the rear door of the dark blue car, making the salesman to...
Unique wild horse in Oregon found with a horse-shaped marking on its body
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Unique wild horse in Oregon found with a horse-shaped marking on its body

There are approximately over 70 000 wild horses around the world, more than 4000 of which are located in Oregon, USA. These majestic creatures are usually found inhabiting the great plains of the region. While they are all equally unique and beautiful, one particular horse steals the spotlight. Cirrus was first spotted in 2018 when a field representative with the American Wild Horse Campaign (AWHC) was observing a group of four horses, which the mare was a part of. Cirrus caught the attention because of  her unique appearance. She had a white markings that looked like a mini version of her embossed on his body, complete with the mane and all. The pattern was spot on, with details of an eye in the form of a black dot within it. When she ran, the 'horse' on her body appea...
Filipino students create a US$4 device that can convert noise into electricity
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Filipino students create a US$4 device that can convert noise into electricity

Noise is something annoying and we try to avoid at all course, but imagine if you could turn noise into something useful and practical like electricity! Recently, a group of innovative students from the Philippines has managed to turn it into reality as they came up with a device that could actually turn noise into electricity. While the idea of turning noise into electricity has been around for quite a while, there has been no practical inventions created so far to convert noise into electricity. That was what inspired the young investors to create a device that could transform noise from being just a waste product of human activity into a useful source of energy. The innovative device named The Sound – Light or S-Light was invented by a group of Grade 11 students from the Phi...