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“That your faith should not be in the wisdom of men but in the power of God.”
1 Corinthians 2:5 NKJV
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“For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life. For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world through Him might be saved.”
John 3:16-17 NKJV
Glacier National Park in Montana
Photo: Dept. of Interior Twitter
Trump Re-election Presidential 2020 Campaign kicks off today at a rally in Orlando, Florida. First televised 2020 Democratic Presidential candidates debates take place next week, June 26-27 in Miami, Florida.
Dallas Morning News photographer Tom Fox captured photo of the masked gunman at federal courthouse in downtown Dallas. The attack happened hours before new Mayor and City Council were to be sworn in, Dallas Morning News reports.
On Twitter, Texas governor Greg Abbott announced a billion dollars to fund the National Guard and Department of Public Safety, add planes and boats to deter cartels from smuggling people into Texas.
Photo: Natasha Khan Twitter
NBC News reports police pushing back protestors trying to get into Hong Kong government headquarters today. Since last week, more than a million Hong Kong Chinese protestors filled streets to stop a proposal to extradite people back to mainland China. On July 1, 1997, Hong Kong came under China’s control after 156 years of British rule. However, Hong Kong remains economically independent.
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Photos and Event Video: Brian Ng World War II Veteran Lewis Yee, former Houston City Councilman/attorney Gordon Quan, Arista Gor, Samson Kim, Andra Lotsu and others were honored for sharing their stories and their public service at a reception in … Continue reading
l From Left to Right: Robin Wong, pitmaster Quy Hoang and Terry Wong The food and the daily line of customers speak for this Houston, Texas area barbeque restaurant in the Bellaire Triangle. After being a pop-up barbeque restaurant, Blood … Continue reading
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Month in the United States to celebrate the contributions and achievements of AAPI’s. Photo Courtesy: Yang website Andrew Yang, an Asian American, is running for President of the United States. Yang, 44 years … Continue reading
On April 22, 2019, Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo with his Command Staff and the Southwest Management District unveiled four public safety videos with Chinese subtitles. The Southwest Management District paid more than $4,000 for the videos. Originally produced in … Continue reading
This year’s Houston Livestock and Rodeo wraps up this weekend. With the weather slowly improving, the family-friendly event continues to draw big crowds and spring breakers. It’s also a livestock show and rodeo committed to raising money for education, scholarships … Continue reading
Asia Society Texas volunteers had free fun and a show for shoppers at the Galleria Mall in Houston, Texas last Sunday and this weekend to ring in the Year of the Pig and the Lunar New Year.
With lots going on in February, Houston, Texas is known for its diversity and multi-culture population. Skaters and shoppers at the Galleria Mall were impressed by the creative frozen greeting to celebrate the 2019 Lunar and Chinese New Year, the Year of the … Continue reading
Here are the Office of the Secretary of State 2018 General Election Results for the November 6, 2018 Mid-Term Elections in Texas. https://enrpages.sos.state.tx.us/public/nov06_331_state.htm As of this morning, with 99% of Texas precincts reporting, incumbent U.S. Senator Ted Cruz will be … Continue reading
Houston and Harris County went blue on Election Day, November 6th with a majority of voters going Straight Democratic Party on races. The Harris County Election Division reported 1,209,358 of 2,307,654 registered voters or 52.41% voted in the Mid-Term Election for federal, … Continue reading