Author: Leo Messi

Future Electronics Powers the Future with EV Charging Energy Innovation

The Electric Vehicle (EV) business has swiftly gone from a plausible carbon vehicle alternative, to the soon-to-be standard. As we move globally towards decarbonization and clean energy sources, electric vehicles will play a major role in this shift. As the sector gains stable growth, EV charging solutions become an exciting ground for innovation and creativity. To learn more about the business of EV charging, including trends and opportunities, this article contains valuable information: As the world continues to evolve quickly, whether it be lead time trends, inventory updates, or tight design windows of opportunity, Future Electronics remains a trusted ... Read more

Author Angela J. Price’s New Book, “Dancing with Time,” is a Spellbinding Fantasy Weaving a Dark Legend & a Modern Teen Struggling to Discover the Truth About Her Family

 Angela J. Price, an English teacher who has worked in public and private middle schools and high schools, has published her new book, “Dancing with Time”: a riveting debut novel illustrated by Kathryn Duranczyk, a self-taught artist and the author’s childhood friend. Unknown are the lies and secrets of Kathrin Doolb’s life until a sinister plan was set in motion. After her parents’ death, Kathrin was sent to live with her uncle, whom she has never met. Upon her arrival, Kathrin began having recurring nightmares and visions while she is awake. As Kathrin tries to figure out what the dreams ... Read more

Author Jacqueline Yvonne Smart, Ed.D.’s New Book, “The Beautiful Colors of God,” Shares the Beautiful Message of Accepting Everyone Despite the Differences There Might be

 Jacqueline Yvonne Smart, Ed.D., a retired educator who earned her Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership from Cambridge College School of Education, has completed her new book, “The Beautiful Colors of God”: a charming tale that aims to inspire acceptance and understanding towards those who may look differently that oneself, and discourage judging someone based on the color of their skin. “God has given us so many varieties of how He used His colors,” writes Smart. “It is okay to be different. The message cleverly delivers the importance of acceptance, understanding, tolerance of others and confidence in an accessible, child-friendly ... Read more

Duke Endowment Grant Spurs Expansion of Mental Health Services, via the Clubhouse Model, in North and South Carolina, USA

 Clubhouse International is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a grant by the The Duke Endowment toward its plan to promote awareness, education and support for mental health services by expanding the Clubhouse Model of psychosocial rehabilitation in North Carolina and South Carolina, USA. The project is a pilot project beginning this year in South Carolina for U.S. national expansion. For almost 30 years, Clubhouse International has been the champion of the Clubhouse Model for people living with mental illness; this is an approach that puts into practice the active participation of people in their own recovery process. ... Read more

Hong Kong – Appeal for information on missing woman in Tsim Sha Tsui (with photo)

Appeal for information on missing woman in Tsim Sha Tsui (with photo) *********************************************************************       Police today (March 20) appealed to the public for information on a woman who went missing in Tsim Sha Tsui.      Mandeep Kaur, a foreign woman aged 47, went missing after she left a hotel on Salisbury Road on February 8. Her family made a report to Police today.      She is about 1.7 metres tall, about 65 kilograms in weight and of fat build. She has a round face with yellow complexion and long black hair. She was last seen wearing a black T-shirt, black trousers, black slippers ... Read more