|This photo taken in 1989 really stands out as you can see the man in the red shirt with blood all on his hands and neck. The man as well as others beside him, still stand for what they believe in as they revolt against the troops. You can see the troops tank is crushed and on fire. This photo really captures how horrific it was in Beijing, and the chaos between the Chinese gov and its people.|
|This picture was taken in the past week in Hong Kong as thousands of citizens protest for pro-democracy. What really catches my eyes in this photo is that this one man is taking on about five different cops on his own and still is yet to back down because he believes in fighting for what he and the rest of the protestors strive for which is their right to vote for their ruler. This shows how bad these people want pro-democracy and that they won't let anything nor anyone stand in their way of achieving their goal.|
This past Monday the most decorated Olympian Michael Phelps was arrested with his 2nd DUI charge. He has entered into a six-week inpatient program to address his problem. He is no longer allowed to compete until April 6th and has agreed to his removal from the world championships team. CNN reports Phelps DUI charge with multiple tweets he made after the incident, and with many quotes of his own and coaches. They also use a bunch of old information that details his criminal history other than the most recent crime. NY Times reports his DUI with only one direct quote and everything is straight to the point of what happened without much background information on Phelps other crimes. They keep the topic on what his current status is and none to do with what other people have to say. I did notice that they both made sure to get Chuck Wielgus the executive director of USA swimming, thoughts of Phelps situation with the DUI charge.