The 65-year-old, originally from Britain, has been consuming just water and "one, maybe two cups of tea a day" since May 3. Other people have previously claimed to be able to survive without food and water, although no one has ever proven it to be possible and some have died attempting it.Sunday, 16 June, 2013, 8:53am
Where? In Kirkland, an affluent US town on the outskirts of Seattle and on the eastern shores of Lake Washington. The boutique can be found downtown, among home decor boutiques, cafes and galleries, and is one of the few hip multilabel stores in the area.13 Apr 2008 - 12:00am
'It doesn't matter what time I go to bed; it can be 10.30pm or 2am, I'll still get up at 7.30am. Even if I didn't have an alarm clock, I'd wake up at that time. First thing is my quiet time; in prayer or reading the bible. Then I get ready for my day - take a shower, brush my teeth - sometimes I'll eat a light breakfast. I never drink coffee.12 Feb 2006 - 12:00am
An American tradition turned out to be extremely enjoyable for a group of Hong Kong students who won a trip to Seattle's famous Seafair.
The 35-member delegation, who were part of Cathay Pacific's I Can Fly programme, witnessed a flight display by the US navy's world-famous Blue Angels squadron as well as hydroplane racing on Lake Washington.17 Aug 2004 - 12:00am
To the letters about what is in store for visitors flying into San Francisco and New York, may I add Seattle airport to the list.11 Oct 2003 - 12:00am
The Seattle Community College has signed an agreement with six Hong Kong secondary schools and continuing education colleges guaranteeing a number of places for their graduates.2 Feb 2002 - 12:00am
Lonely Chinese male hearts in Silicon Valley, too busy making their millions to find a woman, have a new way to meet a potential friend - from halfway around the world.
Web site www.asiayuan.com plans to bring these men in contact with Taiwanese women by creating fun trips that throw them together.13 Feb 2001 - 12:00am
John Stockton (left) of the Utah Jazz and Seattle's Shammond Williams battle for a loose ball during their playoff game in the best-of-five first-round series. Despite a 30-point performance from Utah's Karl Malone, the Sonics stayed alive with an 89-78 victory that cut the Jazz's lead to 2-1.1 May 2000 - 12:00am