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Daniel Zhu

Digital Journalist based in Arcadia, CA, United States. Joined on Nov 6, 2011
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Israeli Jew shot dead by guard near Jerusalem's Western Wall

Jerusalem - Gunfire erupted early Friday morning near the Western Wall in Jerusalem, one of the city's holiest sites. According to the police an Israeli Jew was shot and killed after a guard on site mistook the man for a Palestinian militant.

Unplugged: The revolutionary green desk

With the rapid advancement of technology the past few years, we've been able to invent solar panels and wind farms that provide cleaner energy. Now, Eddie Tornberg has taken it a step further, and has invented an office desk that is powered by its user

2011: What a year on the PGA Tour

From Rory Mcllroy's heartbreak at the Masters to his redemption at the U.S. Open. From Bill Hass's splashy win at the Tour Championship to Tiger's triumphant return, 2011 on the PGA Tour is another memorable year that will go down in the books.

Tiger Woods wins the Chevron World Challenge in dramatic fashion

Thousand Oaks - After a drought of nearly two years, Tiger Woods has finally earned himself a win at his own event: The Chevron World Challenge. He clenched his victory with a birdie at the last to win by one shot over Zach Johnson.

Zach Johnson takes the lead at the Chevron World Challenge

Thousand Oaks - Zach Johnson blazed through Sherwood Country Club on Saturday shooting a a four under par round of 68. His brilliant eagle from the fairway at the eighteenth hole bolted him up the leader board, and put him in solo first place at eight under par.

Detroit's financial outlook looks grim

Detroit - The financial crisis for Detroit is plummeting even deeper, and the outcome looks pretty grim. A recent report revealed that the city might run out of money by April, but many officials are predicting that Detroit’s cash flow will cease this December.

A new way of immunizing children: Chicken pox-infected lollipops

Vaccination has certainly boosted the world’s health by making people immune to certain diseases. However, some parents in the U.S. are becoming shockingly creative, using chickenpox infected lollipops to "naturally" immunize their children.
 

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