How to Read: An overview of the latest news in Asia-Pacific by Serena Williams
Serena William was one of the best-known basketball players of her generation, but she was also a great friend and a dedicated fan.
She spent hours every day watching games, attending basketball tournaments and learning about the game.
“She always told me that I was the only girl in the world who really enjoyed watching the game,” former NBA star Scottie Pippen said.
Serena, who is the co-founder and managing director of Serena’s Pippening Foundation, said the two had a special bond.
“We’d walk in the hallway and she would just say, ‘I love you,'” Pippens said.
“I would just smile and she’d say, I love you too.”
It’s not only a basketball connection, but also a love of sports that led her to become a full-time writer.
“I would say she loved every sport.
She just loved them so much,” Pippins said.
Serena is also an avid reader and wrote a book titled How to Learn a Foreign Language.
She says that she was able to learn French by reading the French edition of the NYT bestseller The Alchemist by author Jean Cocteau.
She said she learned to read from a book called The Alphabet of the Book of Shadows by author Jodi Picoult.
“It was like she was in a trance.
She could read all the characters,” Pizzi said.
The book was released in the United States last year.
When asked about how she would explain her love for sports to younger generations, Pizzic said she wants to give them the tools they need to understand and appreciate the world around them.
“[A young person] needs to understand that it’s not something they’re born with,” Pizic said.
“[They] need to be able to appreciate the complexity and beauty of the world.”
Pizzic has also started a fundraising campaign to help bring her beloved Pippering Foundation, a non-profit that provides educational opportunities for disadvantaged children and adults in the Philippines, to South Korea.
“You see the Philippines as one of our largest trading partners,” Pizza said.
Pizzics foundation also runs a literacy and numeracy program for low-income children in the Philippine capital of Manila.
Pizza, who was born in South Korea, said that she felt a special connection to her homeland, which has been in conflict with South Korea for decades.
“As a kid growing up, I remember going to the mall in South Korean city, where I remember looking around and thinking, ‘Is this really going on?'” she said.
“I was just looking around for my mom, and I said, ‘Oh my God, this is my mom.'”
Pizzics charity, which aims to provide education and job opportunities to the most disadvantaged members of society, has raised $6.5 million, but more money is needed to cover the costs of the education and jobs program.
The foundation has partnered with several international organizations and is now working with a local NGO called The Mission to bring a classroom to South Korean school children, a first for a country where schools are largely closed.
But Pizzicois foundation has also had a strong impact on the lives of South Koreans who have experienced racism, discrimination and other issues.
Pizza said that her foundation has brought together individuals, groups and organizations that have been at the forefront of helping people.
The Pizzisi’s foundation is working with the Philippine Ministry of Health to establish a literacy program for children and families in the city of Davao, a city in the southern Philippines.
To help them improve their reading skills, Pizza created a literacy training program for students that she said is similar to what the children in South Koreas are doing.
In addition to the education program, PIZICS aims to help students learn about the history and culture of South Korea through a book project.
PIZICOIS has also set up a library, the Pizzini’s Book Room, to help local residents learn about South Korea and the history of their country.
“We really need people to really appreciate the beauty of South Korean culture, which is a very beautiful country,” PIZIC said.
“There are some really beautiful people in South KOREA.
It’s a place that I really, really love and I really want to go back there and experience it.”
What is PIZIS mission?
The mission of PIZICES Foundation is to provide literacy training for children in local schools and for the people of South Koreas, which will give them an opportunity to understand the cultural and historical aspects of the country and its history.
More than 2,000 children from the Philippines have been enrolled in PIZINS literacy training