Good old-fashioned honesty valued

Editor:

I have lost my Toshiba Satellite A200 Laptop, a more than four years old computer. It stored many of my memories; photos, conversations, e-letters, and data of my far away relatives and grandparents.

The computer laptop was lost March 28, a Monday, in the afternoon around 1 to 2 p.m., in the area of 272 Street and Fraser Highway. The laptop has my name “X U E W E I” in stickers attached to the cover under the Toshiba logo.

I am offering a reward of $1,000 for its return, no questions asked. My cell phone number is 778-321-0913, my email address is xue4u@hotmail.com and I am currently living in Langley-Aldergrove.

I am not a rich teenager, I work everyday, many hours to earn my own money. but some people would spent many dollars to buy back their memories of their family.

My English writing is no good, and I haven’t graduated my grade 12. Sorry for any English language errors. I couldn’t think of anything I can do to find my laptop beside asking local newspaper company to sent out my appeal.

It’s been few days and I began to get depressed more and more. I am in Canada more than 10 years now. The elderly always said back then that they can keep their house door wide open without worries, but nowadays, society’s changed. I still hope Canadians have a good heart and do the good thing.

Xue Wei (Jason), Aldergrove

Just Posted

VIDEO: balloons and games and music at Basic for Babies in Langley

Event helps Food Bank stock supplies for infants

#MeToo at work: Employers play a role in fixing culture of harassment

B.C. workplaces are getting ahead of being the next MeToo debacle, calling on experts to train staff

B.C.’s best junior curlers ready to rock in Langley

Langley Curling Centre hosts 2018 Boston Pizza BC junior curling championships Dec. 18 to 23

Van fire sends plume of black smoke into sky above Willowbrook

Vehicle a charred shell in fire that slowed Friday commute home

VIDEO: Average Canadian food bill to rise by $348 in 2018

Atlantic Canada and B.C. will see the most increases for consumers

Kamloops RCMP warning public to stay away from unfolding domestic dispute

The public is being asked to avoid Sabiston Creek Road off of the highway

Owl found dead after eating rat poison leaves B.C. woman concerned

After finding the owl on her Surrey property, Christine Trozzo says the poison is a concern for kids

Change to CPP death benefit panned as insufficient to cover funeral costs

Funeral Services Association of Canada lobbied governments to raise the value to $3,580

B.C. woman brain injured in crash as a baby gets $1.1 million in damages

Trial heard the woman was 16 months old, being carried by her mother when they were both hit

Family Christmas fun at Aldergrove’s Loft Country farm

The Loft Country children’s horse camp in Aldergrove is celebrating Christmas in a new way this year

Court denies WestJet’s bid to toss out discrimination lawsuit of former worker

Mandalena Lewis is suing WestJet over allegations of gender-based discrimination

VIDEO: 3 months later, rescued sea lion released back into ocean

The young animal was found in Campbell River three months ago

Sagmoen neighbours recall alleged hammer attack

Woman was screaming outside Maple Ridge townhouse in 2013

Most Read