In today’s news, Qatari nongovernmental organization sponsors education for orphans in Sudan, monarch expresses remorse for Belgium’s colonial conduct, researchers in Japan use soap bubbles to pollinate flowers, Australian state acquires land to enlarge conservation area, child in United States creates online story time during lockdown, Beyond Burgers make their debut in Chinese supermarkets and university in Finland trains dogs to detect COVID-19.
New campus to provide comprehensive care for Sudanese children without parents.
Taiba Education City will house 600 orphans and also benefit 6,000 disadvantaged individuals in the surrounding area. The project in Omdurman, Sudan’s most populated city, includes an elementary school, high school, library, computer labs, health center, dining and activities halls, sports facilities and a dormitory. Qatar Charity, a Shining World Compassionate Award laureate, is the sponsor of the 9,000-square-meter development, which will be the largest such campus for orphans in Sudan. Construction is expected to be completed in September 2020, and students are currently being selected in coordination with the Ministry of Education and Higher Education. Good job, Qatar Charity, on establishing a new city for education! In the overflowing love of Allah, may all students be blessed with peace and prosperity.
Ruling Belgian monarch has conceded his predecessors’ wrongdoing.
For the 60th anniversary of the country’s independence on June 30, 2020, King Philippe of Belgium penned a letter to the president of Congo. Alluding to the suffering of Congolese citizens in colonial times, His Majesty wrote, “I would like to express my deepest regrets for those wounds of the past, the pain of which is today revived by the discrimination that is still all too present in our societies.” Your Majesty, King Philippe of Belgium, we applaud your kindhearted and sensitive remarks. May your example inspire other chiefs of state to reflect on their legacies and take steps to advance a new era of equality, in Celestial oneness.
Up next, researchers in Japan use soap bubbles to pollinate flowers. We’ll take a moment to thank the police divers, who conduct investigations underwater, retrieve evidence for cases, and carry out search and rescue missions. Please stay tuned to Supreme Master Television for more glorious news.
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Scientists develop alternative pollination method in Japan.
With bees and other insect species in decline, it is increasingly important that we find new ways to pollinate crops. Transferring pollen manually is labor-intensive, and robotics have thus far proven to be imprecise and damaging to flowers. And so, a team at the Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology searched for a convenient vehicle that would be effective yet delicate. Their experiments led them to blowing soap bubbles laced with pollen at pear blossoms, which later yielded fruit about 95% of the time! The approach has some drawbacks, since rain and wind can interfere with the process, but the researchers are encouraged to evolve the idea into a reliable and large-scale system. Amazing news, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology! We welcome your creative thinking as we pray for the resilience of the world’s insects, in Heaven’s blessings.
New South Wales, Australia, creates national park to protect wildlife and promote biodiversity.
The state government has purchased 1,534 square kilometers of private land that includes floodplains, wetlands and landscapes unique to the national park system. The area is home to more than 25 threatened animal species such as the grey grasswren, grey falcon, redthroat and Australian bustard. The Tibooburra Local Aboriginal Land Council has been invited to suggest a name for the new park. New South Wales is a Shining World Leadership Award for Protection recipient and a Shining World Leadership Awards for Compassion and Caring laureate. Our heartfelt appreciation, government of New South Wales, for your farsighted investment in the future. May your wisdom and kindness be emulated for the protection of all earthlings, in the light of the Divine.
Young boy reads storybooks for other children.
In spring 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic closed schools and libraries in Brooklyn, New York, USA, seven-year-old Bryan Rumfelt spent more time reading at home. Observing this, his grandmother asked if she could record him telling a story. The child agreed and after watching the video of himself, asked her to please post it on Facebook. Thus, Bryan’s Book Corner was born. So far, the webpage has collected more than 3,000 members and hundreds of positive comments. Talking about the project, the first grader explained, “I love reading books and I wanted to help kids that couldn’t read or wanted to hear stories while they are stuck at home.” Way to go, Bryan Rumfelt and family, for your service to others. May all young children stay active and safe in Heaven’s jubilance.
Coming up, Beyond Burgers make their debut in Chinese supermarkets. We will take a moment to appreciate the paintings, patchwork and sculpture known as the Regong arts, a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity from China. More positive news when we return! Please stay with us here on Supreme Master Television. Welcome back to Noteworthy News - Enhancing News for an Elevated World.
Chinese supermarkets welcome meatless burgers from United States.
Los Angeles-based Beyond Meat first introduced its products to China in the second quarter of 2020 through Starbucks, KFC, Taco Bell and Pizza Hut outlets. Now the company is bringing its animal-free burger patties into 50 Freshippo supermarkets in Shanghai, with the possibility of expanding to more than 200 additional locations starting in September. Dietary guidelines issued by the country’s health ministry in 2016 urged citizens to reduce their consumption of meat by 50%. Since then, people have been sensitized to the consequences of eating animals and have embraced alternative protein products. Congratulations, Beyond Meat, on your successful retail product launch! May delicious and nutritious plant-based products such as yours hasten the arrival of World Vegan, in the radiance of the Providence.
Finnish study shows coronavirus has distinctive scent.
Researchers at the University of Helsinki had previously trained dogs to spot different kinds of cancer. In a recent pilot program, canines quickly learned to identify people who are infected with COVID-19. The results were actually more accurate than other testing methods that rely on molecular analysis. In the next phase, scientists will trial the four-legged detectives again using many more patient samples and a randomized method that will minimize the possibility of biased findings. In the near future, our furry friends may be called on to screen people in nursing homes or at airports. Three cheers for University of Helsinki researchers and the heaven-sent hounds! May our world soon realize how blessed it is by all the incredible animals.
Let’s have a laugh together listening to the joke of the day entitled, “Life Insurance.”
A financial advisor spent at least 20 minutes explaining various life insurance options to a new client named Jennifer. After reviewing the different plans, benefits and monthly premiums, Jennifer decided she wanted a lot of coverage and chose a policy that would pay US$100,000. But she had one final question for the advisor: “Now, what do I have to do to collect the money?”
And now we have a heartline from Kim Hue in the United States:
Dear Beloved Master, In September 2019, our property manager and a gentleman who came from her main office in California gave me the key for our third Loving Hut, and said, "Loving Hut is a very good brand" and asked many wise questions about Loving Hut. I answered there are about 200 Loving Huts worldwide, our mission is to save our planet from climate change, create healthy food for people and be a voice for the animals who cannot express to us the suffering they experience while being killed. Finally, he revealed he is our landlord. He has so many big shopping plazas in Arizona and invited me to open Loving Hut in all of his properties. I happily replied, “Yes, I will.” He said that many big companies wanted this location, but he decided to give it to Loving Hut only. Thank You so much, Master and Heaven, for Your love and trust to help in fulfilling our work. We sincerely thank Master for Your Blessings. We have such kind and loving landlords who join our mission to save the planet. Kim Hue from Arizona, United States
Dedicated Kim, We are glad that Loving Hut is helping people across the globe to switch to a healthier and karma-less lifestyle, thus advancing Supreme Master Ching Hai’s vision for a peaceful world.
Master has some words for you: “Sunshining Kim, I am proud that you and the Loving Hut staff worldwide have made such a great name for the restaurant. Good job, and please keep up the fine work of providing the best in vegan cuisine so many more can try tantalizing and tasty earth-saving plant-based dishes and want to join the ever-growing numbers following the vegan lifestyle. May you and the friendly people of America be protected always, in God’s upliftment.”
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