A Light in the Dark (Year 1)
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Rebecca Hersher. The site of a former home for unmarried mothers and their babies, run by nuns in Tuam, Ireland, between the s and s. A government commission says excavations have revealed the remains of children buried there during that time. Authorities in Ireland say they have excavated the human remains of an undisclosed number of young children from the site of a former home for unmarried mothers. The home, located in the town of Tuam, was operated by the Bon Secours nuns beginning in the s and was home to women and babies until the s. For years, some in the region had suspected there was a mass grave on the site.
Five years ago, I met with a matchmaker. I went in scornful. Like many of my progressive South Asian peers, I denounced arranged marriage as offensive and regressive. But when the matchmaker recited her lengthy questionnaire, I grasped, if just for a beat, why people did things this way.
TOKYO -- Japanese companies that specialize in helping people find marriage partners are setting up shop in markets like Taiwan and Thailand, where a growing number of women remain unwed into their late 20s and 30s. IBJ will bring its mainstay in-person marriage consultation business to Taiwan in , with plans to send instructors from Japan to train 10 or so counselors. Between the events and personalized service, the company aims to generate annual sales of 1 billion yen within a few years. Zwei, owned by Aeon and another leading industry player, began offering matchmaking services in Thailand two years ago. It initially targeted Thais there before expanding to Japanese expatriates last year.