Michelle Yu, 18, has been missing since Tuesday
Toronto police are seeking the public’s help in locating Michelle Yu, an 18-year-old who has been missing since Tuesday.
Police say she was last seen at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the TD Bank at 354 Bay St., near Temperance Street. Her image was captured on the bank’s security camera and she appeared to be alone. Members of her family say this is not the bank branch Michelle regularly uses.
She was also seen at around 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in the York Mills Road/Chipstead Road area.
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Tagged Banking Services, Banks and Institutions, Branch (banking), Business, Closed-circuit television, Financial Services, Michelle Yu, Missing, people, TD Bank, Toronto, Tuesday, United States
I am still trying to understand the phenomenon of K-Pop. I am amazed at the popularity of the group (2NE1) and their fan base. What’s more amazing is the fact that some of the younger generation seemed to not understand how I could “not know what K-Pop is”? Well I definitely know what it is now, after being formally “trained and quizzed on the music of K-Pop”. However, in case you don’t know, below is a link to one of the most popular bands in Asia.
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Tagged 2EN1, Arts, Asia, Girls' Generation, Justin Bieber, Korean wave, Kpop, Music, Musical ensemble, South Korea, United States, YouTube
NDMA rules out tsunami threat to India after 8.7 quake strikes off Indonesia
The Indonesian president said on Wednesday there was no immediate threat of a tsunami from an 8.6-magnitude earthquake that struck off Sumatra island.
Indonesia has issued its own tsunami warning and an Indian Ocean-wide alert was also issued after the quake, but President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono said there was no immediate threat.
April 11, 2012 in Asia, Emergencies, News, World
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