Saturday, January 24, 2015

write-up in German

Ann Kit Suet Chin-Chan

Ann Kit Suet Chin-Chan ist eine malaysische Schriftsteller, die in geboren wurde Sibu .
Sie schrieb die folgenden Bücher:


Tagebuch eines trauernde Mutter, auf Wiedersehen mein Baby 丧 儿 记: 丧失 儿子 的 母亲 的 一 本 传记
Ein Hinter Mama schreibt Kolleginnen trauernden Eltern und andere zu trösten, um ein Verständnis für diejenigen, die Verluste erlitten haben, zu geben. Genre Selbsthilfe, Trauer, Tod und Sterben, Tod des Kindes, das Überleben
Von China bis Borneo Beyond 海外 华人 的 中国 魂: 从 中国, 到 南洋, 到 更远 Dies ist eine Zeitschrift von zwei Familien, die Chans und der Kongs. Er verfolgt den ersten Satz im Jahr 1907 von Kwang Zhou, China in den Dschungel von Borneo. Genre Geschichte ISBN: 978-0-473-23900-8
Mail Order Bride Buch 邮购 新娘 Dieses Buch ist die Verkörperung der dunklen Seite der heutigen Gesellschaft. Auckland Stadt ist wegen ihrer kosmopolitischen Features, sowie die Präsenz von Einwanderern, neue und alte entschieden. Es gibt Bräute aus der ganzen Welt. ISBN: 978-0-473-25414-8,_Sibu* Alumni 1967-1973
Forever In My Heart Ausstellung, die an der Pfau-Kunst-Galerie, Upton Country Park ist vom 31. Januar bis 4. Februar 2013.
Judy Lancaster-Bowen Es ist OK zu weinen

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Keywords: Ann Kit Suet Chin-Chan

Kit Chan Suet Ann Chin is a Malaysian writer who was born in Sibu.

She wrote the following books :

    Diary of a bereaved mother: Good bye my baby - Published 2011 in New Zealand
    From China to Borneo to Beyond - Released in 2013 New Zealand
    Mail Order Bride - Released in 2013 New Zealand


Diary of a bereaved mother , goodbye my baby丧 儿 记:丧失 儿子 的 母亲 的 一 本 传记

A background Mama writes fellow bereaved parents and others to comfort , to give an understanding of those who have suffered loss . Self-help genre , grief , death and dying, death of the child survival

From China to Borneo Beyond海外 华人 的 中国 魂:从 中国,到 南洋,到 更远This is a journal of two families , the Chans and the Kongs . He follows the first set in 1907 by Kwang Zhou, China in the jungles of Borneo. Genre History ISBN: 978-0-473-23900-8

Mail Order Bride Guide邮购 新娘This book is the embodiment of the dark side of today's society . Auckland City because of its cosmopolitan features , as well as the presence of immigrants , new and old decided . There are brides from all over the world. ISBN: 978-0-473-25414-8 ,,_Sibu* Alumni 1967-1973 -cikgu - wong -proud /

Forever In My Heart exhibition, which is on the Peacock Art Gallery , Upton Country Park from January 31 to February 4 -2013.

Judy Lancaster Bowen It's OK to cry

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Thursday, January 15, 2015

husband's depraved attacks

Shocking details have emerged of how a British woman was sexually abused in her sleep by her husband, who recorded the attacks.
Sarah Tetley told British television's ITV that she only discovered the extent of what happened after her husband Charlie was arrested.
Police seized 316 videos on her husband's computer.
Ms Tetley, 26, said it wasn't until months after her husband's depraved attacks were uncovered that she was able to watch any of the videos to see what he did.
She told ITV her suspicions were first raised in November 2013.
“I woke up in the morning in that sort of drowsy just waking up stage and realised that he was molesting me in my sleep," she told ITV’s This Morning.
"At the time I thought I'll just pretend I'm still asleep and see what's going on. He stopped pretty quickly and I left the bedroom and went downstairs and sat up watching some rubbish on telly."

Sarah Tetley told ITV'S This Morning that she only discovered the extent of what happened after her husband Charlie was arrested. Photo: ITV

Ms Tetley confided in neighbours, who urged her to go to the police.
“A couple of the videos I watched...I did look like I was dead in some of them,” she said.
“A lot of the videos weren’t just of him but of household objects and things he would decide to do with those. It was quite disturbing.”
Charlie Tetley pleaded guilty to 26 counts of rape and assault and was jailed for 12 years in August last year.
Ms Tetley said she decided to talk about her ordeal to raise awareness of abuse.