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A massive earthquake followed by the threat of tsunamis, for people in Indonesia, that combination could bring up tragic memories. In 2004, there was an earthquake off the Indonesia coast and that triggered tsunamis, this giant wall of water, it killed more than 200,000 people, was absolutely catastrophe for the region. While yesterday,there was an another major quake, this one had magnitude of 8.6, it hit the scene area, off the coast to the island of Sumatra, there was a powerful aftershock a couple of hours later, some residents were told to evacuate to get to higher ground where they would be safer, officials put out a tsunamis watch, but they cancel that later in the day, unlike the massive devastation of 8 years before, they were no immediate reports of deaths or destruction from this quake. We've been talking recently about this, it was a ship that was washed away by the tsunamis that hit Japan last year, was thought to be lost until it showed up off the coast of Canada, the thing was still intact, was part of this giant field of debris that the tsunamis washed out into the Pacific Ocean, you see it's moving across the Pacific in the simulation on your screen now, over the course of year, the ship drifted all the way across the Pacific, the Japanese ship gradually drifted in the US waters, it was drifting about mile per hour and heading toward fishing areas,that's why the US coast guards decided to sink it, officials said the Japanese vessel post a threat to other ships in the area, they also said it might be an environmental hazard, so late last week, the coast guard open fire with cannons, on the ship they blew holes inside, what's interesting is it took more than 4 hours for it to sink.

On April 12, back in 1861, confederate forces open fire on Fort Sumter in south Carolina, that marked the beginning of the US civil war, in 1945, president Franklin D Roseben, the longest serving president in US history, died a few months into his fourth term in office.in 1961,Soviet astronaut became the first person that traveled into space, his historic journey last just under two hours, and 20 years after that in 1981, NASA launched the space shuttle program, the vehicle was Colombia, the program lasted for 30 years. April is national autism awareness month, the goals to educate people about this medical disorder, and about issues in the autism community, autism is actually a series of developmental disorders, they usually appear before someone turns 3 years old, the symptoms are different from person to person, but all autism disorders affect the ability to communicate and interact with others, last month a report released by the centers for disease control and prevention estimated that about one at every 88 of the 8 year old children in survey has autism, these disorders are about 5 times more common among boys than among girls. Well, autism is often diagnosed in childhood, it is a lifelong disorder, there is no cure for it, and for adult with autism, finding a job can be a very difficult struggle, Jenny Sum reports on one business that's trying to help. Tom Penchback never dreamed he turned his family rose farm into an employment center for people with autism,the fierce international competition forced them to close the farm started by his great grandfather, a family friend worried about his own autistic son's future, help to shape Penchback's legacy, now he is working with a non-profit group, ability beyond disability to put a dent in the staggering 88% unemployment rate among Americans with autism. I'd like fear folks coming to our program, lean the skills that they need to learn, and let us help them place that community where they live and find a job and hopefully a career.

Willes, a 18-year-old with autism is one of rose's employees, he and his mother Sundra say potential employer should put aside stereotypes that may prevent them from hiring those with autism, I believe that autism only, for me it helps me, I learned a certain way that the majority doesn't really, you know, it's used to learning. With the help of a few charitable grants, Rose's for autism is now helping young adults with autism improve their lives, and Penchback's rose farm is also back, producing close to 1 million flowers per year.

A massive earthquake followed by the threat of tsunamis, for people in Indonesia, that combination could bring up tragic memories. In 2004, there was an earthquake off the Indonesia coast and that triggered tsunamis, this giant wall of water, it killed more than 200,000 people, was absolutely catastrophe for the region. While yesterday,there was an another major quake, this one had magnitude of 8.6, it hit the scene area, off the coast to the island of Sumatra, there was a powerful aftershock a couple of hours later, some residents were told to evacuate to get to higher ground where they would be safer, officials put out a tsunamis watch, but they cancel that later in the day, unlike the massive devastation of 8 years before, they were no immediate reports of deaths or destruction from this quake. We've been talking recently about this, it was a ship that was washed away by the tsunamis that hit Japan last year, was thought to be lost until it showed up off the coast of Canada, the thing was still intact, was part of this giant field of debris that the tsunamis washed out into the Pacific Ocean, you see it's moving across the Pacific in the simulation on your screen now, over the course of year, the ship drifted all the way across the Pacific, the Japanese ship gradually drifted in the US waters, it was drifting about mile per hour and heading toward fishing areas,that's why the US coast guards decided to sink it, officials said the Japanese vessel post a threat to other ships in the area, they also said it might be an environmental hazard, so late last week, the coast guard open fire with cannons, on the ship they blew holes inside, what's interesting is it took more than 4 hours for it to sink.

在印度尼西亚一场巨大的地震夹带着海啸的威胁,这样的结合带来的是人们悲惨的回忆。2004年,印度尼西亚海岸地震引发海啸,巨大的水墙造成超过200000人死亡,对这一地区而言是绝对的灾难。而昨天,又一场地震的震级达到8.6级,它在苏门答腊岛海岸附近景区肆虐,一两个小时后有一次强烈余震,一些居民被告知撤离到更高的地方,他们在那里会更安全,官员们对海啸进行监控,但他们当天晚些时候取消了这一举措,不像8年之前的大规模破坏,他们从这次地震中还没有得到即时的死亡人数或者毁坏情况报告。我们最近谈论过这起事件,这是去年日本遭受袭击时海啸冲走被认为是已经丢失的一艘船,直到它完整的出现在加拿大海岸,这个巨大的残骸被海啸冲入太平洋, 现在在你的屏幕上模拟呈现给你的是你可以看到在过去的一年它穿越太平洋,漂流着横跨太平洋,这艘日本船逐渐漂流到美国水域,大约以每小时几英里的速度前进,最终来到鱼猎区,这就是为什么美国海岸警卫队决定将其弄沉,官员称这艘日本舰船威胁到该地区的其他船只,他们还表示这可能对造成了一种环境风险,所以上周晚些时候,海岸警卫队用大炮开火,他们将船弄的千疮百孔,但有趣的是花了超过近4个小时,它才开始下沉。

On April 12, back in 1861, confederate forces open fire on Fort Sumter in south Carolina, that marked the beginning of the US civil war, in 1945, president Franklin D Roseben, the longest serving president in US history, died a few months into his fourth term in office.in 1961,Soviet astronaut became the first person that traveled into space, his historic journey last just under two hours, and 20 years after that in 1981, NASA launched the space shuttle program, the vehicle was Colombia, the program lasted for 30 years. April is national autism awareness month, the goals to educate people about this medical disorder, and about issues in the autism community, autism is actually a series of developmental disorders, they usually appear before someone turns 3 years old, the symptoms are different from person to person, but all autism disorders affect the ability to communicate and interact with others, last month a report released by the centers for disease control and prevention estimated that about one at every 88 of the 8 year old children in survey has autism, these disorders are about 5 times more common among boys than among girls. Well, autism is often diagnosed in childhood, it is a lifelong disorder, there is no cure for it, and for adult with autism, finding a job can be a very difficult struggle, Jenny Sum reports on one business that's trying to help. Tom Penchback never dreamed he turned his family rose farm into an employment center for people with autism,the fierce international competition forced them to close the farm started by his great grandfather, a family friend worried about his own autistic son's future, help to shape Penchback's legacy, now he is working with a non-profit group, ability beyond disability to put a dent in the staggering 88% unemployment rate among Americans with autism. I'd like fear folks coming to our program, lean the skills that they need to learn, and let us help them place that community where they live and find a job and hopefully a career.

早在1861年4月12日,南部联军向南卡罗莱纳萨姆特堡开火,这标志着美国南北战争的开始,在1945年,美国历史在任时间最长的的总统富兰克林,花了几个月的时间来到他的第四届办公室。1961 年,苏联宇航员以人类历史上第一位太空人的身份进入太空,他的历史性旅程只持续了不到两个小时,而在20年后,在1981年,NASA开始了航天飞机项目,该项目进行了30年。4月是全国自闭症宣传月,其目的是教育人们了解这一医学障碍及关于孤独症群体的问题,自闭症实际上是一系列的发育障碍,他们通常出现在患者3岁前,症状因人而异,但所有自闭症障碍影响着人与人之间的交流和互动。据上个月公布的报告显示,疾病控制和预防中心估计大约每88位8岁的孩子中有一位会被检查出患有自闭症,这些疾病男孩的发病率要比女孩们高5倍。嗯,自闭症经常在童年时期被诊断出,而且这是 一种终身障碍,目前没有治愈的良药,而对于成人自闭症患者而言,找到一份工作就变得非常艰难。珍妮•塞姆报道有一家企业想要帮助这些患者。汤姆•平克贝克从来没想到自己将家人的玫瑰农场变成一个专为自闭症患者开设的就业中心,激烈的国际竞争迫使他们早早关闭了由他的曾祖父一手创造开始的农场,一位家庭的朋友担心他自己患有自闭症的儿子的未来,于是帮助塑造平克贝克整理遗产,现在他正在一家非盈利组织工作,这样才能超越残疾为减少在美国人患有自闭症高达 88%的失业率而努力。我担心来到我们这里的人们,他们学习需要学习的精益技能,让我们帮助他们,在他们在住的地方的社区找到一份工作,希望是一种职业。

Willes, a 18-year-old with autism is one of rose's employees, he and his mother Sundra say potential employer should put aside stereotypes that may prevent them from hiring those with autism, I believe that autism only, for me it helps me, I learned a certain way that the majority doesn't really, you know, it's used to learning. With the help of a few charitable grants, Rose's for autism is now helping young adults with autism improve their lives, and Penchback's rose farm is also back, producing close to 1 million flowers per year.

威尔斯,这位18岁的自闭症患者是玫瑰园的雇员,他和他的母亲桑德拉称潜在的雇主应该放下成见,因为这可能阻止他们雇佣那些自闭症患者,我只相信自闭症,因为那帮助过我,我学会了一种特定的方式,大多数人并不真的,你知道,必须来学习。 在很少的慈善资金的帮助下,玫瑰的现在正帮助年轻成人自闭症患者改善他们的生活玫瑰农场也回来了, 而且每年出产将近100万朵花。

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