My Beautiful Launderette was filmed in London, England and tells a tale behind a tale. The main characters are two boys in their teenage years names Omar and Johnny who went to school together then went their separate ways. Years later while Omar was driving his uncle and his uncle’s friend home he spotted Johnny under a bridge, stops the car and gets out to talk to him disregarding the fact that Johnny’s friends were throwing themselves at the car while his uncle and company were inside.
In the article updated on November 1, 2013 (the original date is not written) called The Fight to Free Myanmar’s Child Soldier published on the CNN website. The article talks about some child soldiers that have managed to get out of the military and also about their parents and their experience. It is said that at the age of 14, Zaw Min Paing was enrolled by the army.
When students make a transfer in their lives from adolescence to adulthood, it tends to be a very stressful part of their lives. They start to learn about themselves, are given more freedom than they know what to do with, and are also given a lot more responsibilities with that freedom. These can all be stressful events.
The article When change comes to Bangladesh, published by the Toronto Star on October 24th, 2013, puts in light the situation of the garment factories’ workers in this country, following the collapse of the Rama Plaza factory, which caused the death of 1,129 workers last April.
This article explores the tendency of abusive relationships and the battered women that are a result of them. These women are faced with a long road ahead of them of not thinking they are good enough and not being able to find a job. This article explores the options available to them in order to increase the confidence they had before the abuse started.