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Jinger Yeoh (Chinese: 杨钰金; Hangeul: 진져, born 18 September 1995), simply known as Jinger or Lia (de Regere). Chinese Malaysian born in Penang, Malaysia; Currently residing in Seoul, South Korea.

http://jingeryeoh.flavors.me

Can’t believe it’s October already! And that means it’s time for a fresh new photo challenge~ To be honest, the previous #OctoberPhotoChallenge felt like it was only a month ago or something. Time sure flies. 😊 Regardless, have a great month ahead, everyone!

Can’t believe it’s October already! And that means it’s time for a fresh new photo challenge~ To be honest, the previous #OctoberPhotoChallenge felt like it was only a month ago or something. Time sure flies. 😊 Regardless, have a great month ahead, everyone!

#SeptemberPhotoChallenge 
Day 30: Where I’m from
[Penang. I’ve been missing home a lot lately; just thinking about Durian kills me. #truestory You know you’re a true Penangite when you miss your Penang Laksa, especially the one opposite PCGHS. 😂]

#SeptemberPhotoChallenge
Day 30: Where I’m from
[Penang. I’ve been missing home a lot lately; just thinking about Durian kills me. #truestory You know you’re a true Penangite when you miss your Penang Laksa, especially the one opposite PCGHS. 😂]

#SeptemberPhotoChallenge 
Day 29: Wish
[–for October to be amazing and for everyone to do well in their mid-term exam! Btw yes, I sat like an ahjusshi. #dealwithit]

#SeptemberPhotoChallenge
Day 29: Wish
[–for October to be amazing and for everyone to do well in their mid-term exam! Btw yes, I sat like an ahjusshi. #dealwithit]

fishingboatproceeds:

During my time in Ethiopia, I met many people who rely on health care outposts like the one seen in the bottom two pictures here. Through these outposts, children and families get vaccines, diagnoses, and treatment for diseases like diarrhea and pneumonia.

But most of these families, and most of their health care facilities, don’t have regular access to clean water. When I asked people about their greatest needs, almost all of them—from the Women’s Health Army volunteers to children—cited clean water first.

More than 45 million Ethiopians live without clean water. I spoke to women who walk miles every other day with heavy jerrycans to get drinking water for their families. The people I met explained how lack of clean water is a health problem, a financial problem, and a family problem.

So for the next week nerdfighteria is teaming up with water.org to raise money to build sustainable wells so that more than 4,000 people in Ethiopia can have clean water. Please join me in donating—or, if you can’t, in spreading the word. Thanks, and DFTBA.

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