Real honey, but actually sold to customers is honey of unknown origin in plastic bottles. I often come across hawkers selling honey, and every time they claim that the honey comes from the Atlas Mountains, I'm never sure if the honey is real or not? But I also bought it a few times at the original price. If this is real honey, it is reasonable to pay a certain price, not to mention that the life of bee farmers is not easy. But this kind of honey usually has no special taste. Is it real honey? Or made of syrup? After all, I bought it at a high price, and I could only hypnotize myself: this is real honey. Lin Junhao (cosmopolitan, humanitarian, has worked and lived in more than 50 countries.
During the post-war reconstruction master's program at York Image Manipulation Service University, UK, he studied the post-war developments in Chechnya, Bosnia, and Afghanistan in Russia. After graduation, he engaged in international humanitarian relief work. . In 2017, he left the workplace and traveled to more than 10 countries including Central Asia, West Asia and Eastern Europe with his wife. In 2018-19, he was the director of the Americas and Caribbean Office of the International Humanitarian Organization) At this moment in East Asia, there are various low pressures in the surrounding environment.
The latest threat is the new type of pneumonia, and people are panicking. People are reducing social activities, wearing masks when going out, or staying at home and living a "state of emergency". However, on the other side of the world, the Caribbean islands are still sunny and the people are enthusiastic and laughing. The largest of these is Trinidad & Tobago, where people across the country are busy preparing for the annual national event: Carnival.