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Thursday, April 25, 2013

Global News Landscape

Posted By Royal Wang On April 25,2013


Special Concern:A Girl Was Born With A Rare Mole Disease Is Finding A New Face For A New Life


The girl in the picture named Bhawana Thami, who lives in the village of Dusikharka in Nepal,suffering a race mole disease which covered half her face with hair.And if left untreated,it could turn into cancerous.

To many in the Nepali village of Dushikharka,little Bhawana is a monster.Even now her father could remind of that scene when his "monster"daughter first saw her photo,she was so  
scared and began to cry.Her father recalls.And Her father, Kalu Man Thami, worried for his child’s self-esteem, would not allow her to look into a mirror.

Now,through some photographs taken by Narendra Shrestha,this 9 years old girl`s disease condition is widely known.

It was last year i met Bhawana at a hospital in Kathmandu, where she was scheduled for surgery. After the operation, when the bandage was removed and the young girl was given a mirror to see her new face, she held onto the mirror for 15 minutes,Shrestha recalls.

 Bhawana recently had a second surgery that completely removed the hair from her face. She will undergo a third procedure when she turns 14.

Little Bhawana is finding a new face for her new life.I read this new on the http://www.washingtonpost.com.And i decide to post this poor girl`s affair in order to let more and more persons know her awareness of her disease condition.I was touching deeply the moment  i saw those photographs,i can feel how Bhawana desire a new face to live a new life.

Yes,life is tough,anyone now facing personal situation,me either,but most of us are lucky ones,we are healthy at least,so at this point please enjoy your life and be merry.And to Bhawana,Let`s pray for her.











-Looking Back at Dior’s Mega-Sized Harrods Pop-Up


Last month, Harrods and Dior celebrated sixty years of joint history with a mega-sized promotion of unprecedented scale. Now that the dust has settled, BoF takes a closer look at the results of the retail extravaganza......



-Week in Review Fashion’s Image Problem, SXSW, Critiquing the Critics, Joe Richards, Patrick Li, Brian Atwood


LONDON, United Kingdom — There’s nothing we love more at BoF than to spark an intelligent debate. That’s exactly what happened this week when I recounted the conversation I had with a London cabbie about the body image that the fashion industry projects and how industry outsiders often see fashion as being deeply out of touch with reality. Since the postwent up on Monday, it’s been fascinating to watch the comments flood in and see the story picked up on sites around the world, where the debate raged on. As Bullett magazine’s Fiona Duncan wrote in her own review of the piece: “the comments thread that followed the post was, for internet standards, brilliant, capturing the varying vantage points of the debate.” I highly recommend you read them all......



-Professor Galliano Debuts New Grunge Look



Though John Galliano seems to be going out of his way to clean up his act, at least one aspect of his image has remained unchanged: his penchant for totally batshit outfits (or at least hats).
Of course, most recently, there was the controversial Hasidic-looking outfit he wore out in New York in February–but Galliano has never been one to dress like a sane person; and, in a way, we’re glad he hasn’t sacrificed his signature style just to win people over......


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