Sky Vue EC is located at Bishan Street D20 next toBishan MRT, and a few stops from Ang Mo Kio MRT. Nearby recreations includes: Bishan Park, and Bishan Stadium and more..
The toilet meets the standards The regulations are very clear and specific in the stringency of the requirements of hygiene in food businesses working . Food processors are the most watched about because of this control depends prevent contaminations that may affect public health spread. Some food processors are more delicate than others. Companies working with meat or dairy products require special aseptic , since bacteria can easily be spread risk not only quality products , but can cause serious harm to consumers and will culminate with the prestige of the company. To avoid this risk , you must practice with great regularity , thorough disinfection processes , to ensure asepsis in the various processes of the supply chain. Although the permanent toilet is mandatory , general toilets should be programmed to achieve disinfection of 100%, is a measure that will prevent possible complications that may arise anytime . Spaces such as the storage of raw materials, process spaces , places of packaging and storage sites of production, should also be under all aseptic control and overall hygiene.
Video and Social Media There is growing evidence to suggest that the stranglehold FaceBook has over the social media space at the moment may be beginning to wane. What this has to do with video and video editing may not be apparent to many people but it is worth taking a look at if a wider…
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Broken Sheriff (In Heaven, Everything will be Alright) Schwartz 2013
This drawing describes my brain during adolescence. I thought men having sex with men was always rape and I didn’t understand that it was just as affectionate, kind and passionate as the sex i was having with girls. I associated gay sex with a either a painful death from AIDS or suicide. At the same time, I jerked off to thoughts of older men constantly. This led to a weird and troubled mind. I soon discovered weed, angel dust, LSD, heroin, etc. and used them to block out my thoughts. All they did was twist everything around to make it blurry and distorted. Fifteen years later, I got sober and began to deal with all my thoughts and actions throughout that haze. These drawings come from those dark places. I hope one day I’ll run out of violent and melancholic imagery and draw unicorns hugging rainbows in Candyland.
We’ve been talking a lot about the best things of the year, but now it’s time to focus on some of the worst, like the worst TV of 2013. Yes, Dads, we are talking about you.
With Xmas on the door we all need to get the Christmas gifts, The Display Rack a Canadian Start-up located in Waterloo Ontario is launched in New York City. It helped as finding things at the last minute can be annoying. Stop waiting, Find it at thedisplayrack.com, and get it now… this is there…
A story from Oxfam staff member Glenn Quirino Maboloc from today in the Philippines:
"Meet the Mondejar sisters: Nelia, Sarah Jane and Rizza Mae. They are aged 10, 8 and 5 respectively.
They are all housed in one of the classrooms of Daanbantayan National High School which currently serves an evacuation center for 160 families.
The Oxfam assessment team chanced upon them while they were crossing the street on their way back to the evacuation center. They were carrying a gallon of water each. Rizza Mae, who is only 5, lags behind, barely keeping up with her elder sisters.
It turns out, they are the ones assigned to fetch water for their Mom’s who were also in-charged with cooking their food.
I followed them as they made their way back after emptying their gallons in a pail outside their room. They crossed the street again, wove their way among houses to get to a well in one of the houses further back.
There I met, Nanay Teofila Melendez, 82 who owns the well. She told me that from 2 PM till late in the evening, and even early dawn, the people from the evacuation center would find their way there to fetch water. She told me they only used it for washing given that it’s mixed with salt water. However, with no electricity these days to run their water pipes, they are left with no choice but to also use it for drinking. Nanay Teofila said they boil the water prior to using it for consumption.
While I chatted with Nanay Teofila, I see the kids happily getting on with the task. Nelia, being the oldest and the tallest, takes on the job of drawing water from the well. She then fills each gallon. When all 4 are filled, each girl would pick up one and then begin their exodus again.
I asked the girls how often they would fetch water in a day and they all replied, “Napu!” which means ten times in Cebuano.
They said they fetch water in the morning, during lunch and then in the afternoon as well. When I asked them whether, like Nanay Teofila, they also boil the water for drinking, their mother and other women in the center replied they don’t bother anymore. They said they only have enough fuel for cooking food and when they get thirsty, they just drink the water as is. When I pointed out that it’s part salty, they all replied they hardly have any choice, given their situation.”