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It was fun for a while, but the loneliness started to drag, and even I could see that long distance relationships never make it long term. and I wanted to take it to the next level, I had to make a move, to the Socialist Republic. At the end of 2010 I make a decision: I was leaving the country!
To help get me into shape for a new life in Vietnam, physically, mentally, and financially, my Mum convinced me to make a detour to Australia, my homeland.
A Queensland mother has claimed her 16-year-old daughter was 'sexually harassed and racially vilified' in a bizarre job interview at Mc Donald's.
Rita Pryce, from North Queensland, took to Facebook on Monday to share her disgust and frustration after her daughter was reduced to tears in her first ever job interview.
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The mother said she phoned Mc Donald's to make a formal complaint, but was disgusted to later find out the employee who interviewed her daughter was still working at the store.
In response to the claims, Mc Donald's told Daily Mail Australia the manager has been stood down.
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I booked a ticket on Jet Star back to Sydney, leaving at the end of May 2011, and stopping at Coolangatta for a few hours in the morning. Then one day in March on my way to work in Tokyo, the ground started rocking and rolling, rattling and heaving, and I knew things would never be the same.
The Big One I had always feared was here, just two months before I was due to depart. There were something like 150 aftershocks that crazy night, thousands of people lying dead in the cold waters up north, and when I heard about the meltdown in Fukushima the next afternoon at work, I began to feel as if I was living in some kind of disaster movie.