May 29, 2009
Your question is noteworthy. Governmental problems need to be looked at on the broader picture and historical landscape so that one has the full view why things are the way they are today. Isolating an issue and discussing it without reference to the past can lead us to useless discussion. The package does have some affect on the content’s quality so to speak. I swear that rice cooked over wood fire or wrapped with “mengchongch” definitely tastes better than the ones cooked in rice cookers or wrapped in aluminum foil. Of course, non-Palauans would find these thinking hard to believe. And mind you, my son thought this was absurd but now he is sold on this Palauan tested package. He is a Palauan after all.
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May 25, 2009
As the 8th Olbiil Era Kelulau is preparing to open its fist regular session on Tuesday January 27, the members of the Senate and the House of Delegates will be faced with daunting challenges that lay ahead, including a weakened local economy as a result of the worsening global economic crisis, the uncertain future of the Compact funded programs and assistance, the declining tax receipts into the government coffers, and many more that should keep them busy and test their spirits.
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May 24, 2009
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