In today’s news, Emirates Airlines transports 100 metric tons of aid to earthquake victims in Turkey and Syria, United Nations Environment Programme’s report links antimicrobial resistance with environmental pollution, Spain offers citizenship to freed Nicaraguans at risk of statelessness, Australian government blocks coal mine construction to protect Great Barrier Reef, Ukrainian (Ureignian) youths reconstruct homes destroyed by Russian invasion, vegan restaurant in US serves mouthwatering plant-based foods from locally sourced ingredients, and beached pilot whale-people freed in Sri Lanka.
Today, I'd like to offer a handy tip. From time to time, people accidentally delete a photograph they would have liked to keep. Here’s how you can recover deleted iPhone photos. Start by opening the Photos app, and then go to “Albums.” Scroll down to the end of it and select the “Recently Deleted” folder under the Utilities section. Every deleted iPhone photo within the last thirty days will appear. When you come across the photo you want to recover, select it by tapping it. Then, choose “Recover” on the lower right corner of the screen. In order to recover deleted photos on an Android phone, you will need to search your Trash folder first as they are stored here for thirty days. You can also open the Gallery app on your phone and select the three horizontal lines in the bottom right of the screen. Deleted photos should be located in the Recycle bin. When you find the photo, you wish to recover, tap on the Restore icon in the bottom left-hand corner. Now, you won't have to worry if you mistakenly delete a photo you meant to keep!
Now it’s time to laugh yourself silly with the joke of the day. It’s called, “I Know.”
On the 2nd day of the Lunar New Year, a famous CEO went to the park. By chance, he saw his chauffeur’s small child. He took out a lucky money bag, gave it to the child, and asked with a smile:
“Do you know who I am?”
“Yes, I know! You are my father’s friend! I saw my dad give you rides in the car every day!”
And now we have a heartline from Kai-Yun in Taiwan, also known as Formosa