A: Why did it take you so long to open the door?
B: Sorry. When I was drying my hair just now and some got stuck inside my hair dryer. It’s taken until now for me to extricate myself.
A: How on earth did that happen? How did you manage to get the hair out?
B: It took me half an hour. First I took apart the hair dryer, then slowly pulled the hair out.
The Calgary Zoo will be returning two giant pandas on loan from China because a scarcity of flights due to COVID-19 has caused problems with getting enough bamboo to feed them. Er Shun and Da Mao arrived in Canada in 2014 as part of a 10-year agreement between Canada and China. After spending five years at the Toronto Zoo, the two adult giant pandas arrived at the Calgary Zoo in March 2018 with cubs Jia Panpan and Jia Yueyue. The zoo’s president, Clement Lanthier, said last week the facility spent months trying to overcome transportation barriers in acquiring fresh bamboo
Taiwanese high-school student Hsu Tzu-han has been reunited with her childhood Indonesian carer, Duwi, 15 years after they last saw each other. The two reconnected via a video messaging social media platform. Duwi, who lives in Surakarta city, known colloquially as Solo in Indonesia, worked as Hsu’s grandmother’s carer between 2000 and 2004. While Hsu was a first-year kindergarten student, Duwi’s employment contract came to an end, and she had to return to Indonesia. On Hsu’s fourth birthday, Duwi gave her a teddy bear as a birthday present. However, Duwi says she didn’t say goodbye to Hsu when she left Taiwan
Taiwan is celebrating the anniversary of the same-sex marriage bill, which officially took effect on May 24 last year. According to Ministry of the Interior statistics, a total of 3,553 same-sex couples had married as of March. Last Friday, the Rainbow Equality Platform released an opinion poll about Taiwanese’s attitude toward same-sex marriage. Among the respondents, 92.8 percent said same-sex marriage does not affect them personally, and 50.1 percent of them said such union does not affect Taiwan’s society. However, 74.1 percent of them said it is acceptable to see straight couples kissing in the street; the figure dropped to 48.2
B : Blood? Had there been a murder? A : That’s what I thought at first. Then I realized it was bloody dog paw prints, all the way up the balcony. B : Oh, heavens! Had one of your dogs been hurt? A : I checked Fido first: He seemed to be fine. But then I checked Spot. . . B : 血？發生命案了嗎？ A : 我一開始就是這樣想。後來我才發現那是血跡斑斑的狗爪印，整個陽台都是。 B : 哦天啊！你的哪一隻狗受傷了嗎？ A : 我先檢查了費多，牠看起來沒事。但是接下來我檢查了小花‧‧‧‧‧‧。 English 英文: Chinese 中文: