Not too long ago, we did an article about some Chinese school kids who had to cross a raging river on a steel cable everyday to get to their school.


We got a lot of visibility for that article and after the story was broke, people began to make donations to help the village build a real bridge.

Six months later, a 170 x 2 meter bridge now exists across the Nujiang River, near where the kids used to cross by cable.


Looks like the school children can finally go to school without risking their lives or getting stuck for hours in the middle of that old steel cable.



Mui Mui
Mui Mui is another of our wonderful, yet weird, editors who also is a well established world traveler. Born in Asia, Mui Mui is our expert on whether the articles we publish remain appropriate and not offensive in nature. Mui Mui’s favorite place is Italy where she spent 4 years and eventually fell in love with.