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Woman’s Safety

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

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Ever been in one situation where in you’re in danger and you are alone, no one to save you or protect you? I haven’t experienced that but ofcourse i never wish to be under this situation. In most situations, you are under one group but what if you are alone already? You may never know, how careful you are, things happen. And much better if you are prepared and ready for any trouble.

As girls, people think that we are weak and relies to men to be saved but  i don’t believe that especially if you know what to do or if you are prepared more than anyone. Your safety is the very first thing you prioritize whenever you go out of the house. When you go out, better be prepared with emergency kits to protect you like pepper spray, stun guns or personal alarms. This are one of the best tools that girls can keep to protect themselves. If you want to protect yourself, better have this tools ready on your pockets or hand bags. This tiny tools can give you a chance to save your life so better be prepared than be sorry. Better be ready before it’s too late.


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Truck Accessories Online

Saturday, May 22, 2010


You might be thinking of buying a new truck for your own use. If you have one at these moment maybe you’re thinking on where to get some truck accessories. Well, you can find thins at the comfort of you home and that will be online at realtruck.com. There you could find truck accessories like access toimagenneau cover, pace edwards, truck bed cover, custom seat covers, window vent visors and a lot more. Personalizing your truck might be tricky but i believe that you could enjoy the outcome by putting great accessories for your ride. Try to visit the site to check out all accessories available for you ride.


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One of the Best Beaches in Asia- Tioman Island, Malaysia

Thursday, April 15, 2010

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What it lacks in size, Tioman Island makes up for in beauty: lush jungles, crystal-clear streams, and dazzling white-sand beaches teeming with marine life. You may already have seen Tioman Island without even knowing it – the place stood in for Bali Hai in the movie South Pacific.

The profusion of white coral reefs around the island makes Tioman a scuba diver’s dream: clear waters to depths of a hundred feet provide an unobstructed view of multi-hued coral and tropical fish.

Tioman is not as developed as Bali or Phuket – good news for the backpacker looking for something off the beaten track. Juara Bay is as isolated as you can get: a quiet beach on the east coast, braced by three rivers leading to waterfalls in the jungle.

Accommodations range from Spartan to comfortable – you can rent a hut on the beach for about US$7 a night, or you could spend a bit more for an air-conditioned chalet. Any accommodation may be hard to find during peak season, so it’s prudent to reserve in advance.

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Toyko Disney Land (Tokyo)

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Tokyo Disney Resort is extremely popular with the Japanese and has been very profitable for the Oriental Land Company, which owns and operates the resort. (That's right, the Walt Disney Company does not own or operate Tokyo Disney. It provides the Imagineers and gets a piece of the profits, but that's it.)

image Tokyo Disney Resort has two theme parks: Tokyo Disneyland, which opened in 1983, and Tokyo DisneySea, which opened in 2001. The resort also includes three luxury resort hotels, the Art Deco-style Disney Ambassador Hotel, the Italian-themed Hotel MiraCosta and the traditional-style Disneyland Hotel. Rounding out the resort is Ikspiari, a shopping and dining center.

Tokyo Disneyland is sort of a cross between Disneyland in California and Magic Kingdom in Florida, but it has a unique layout and there are quite a few other surprises. Some of the attractions are different. For instance, Pooh's Hunny Hunt is nothing like the Pooh rides in the US. It's a spectacular ride in Tokyo. Some of the shows at Tokyo Disneyland do not exist elsewhere. There is also a do-not-miss, spectacularly-themed buffeteria restaurant called Queen of Hearts Banquet Hall.

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Tokyo DisneySea is ocean-themed, with "ports" instead of "lands." It is a fantastic theme park that no Disney fan should miss. Start saving your pennies for a trip to DisneySea now! You won't believe what Disney's Imagineers can do when provided with the necessary resources. It puts the other new Disney theme parks, such as Disney's California Adventure, to shame. Virtually all of the attractions at DisneySea were created especially for this park and so far have not been duplicated elsewhere.


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The Great Wall of China (Bandaling) – Facts , Information, History

Monday, February 15, 2010



The Great Wall of China – Facts & Information & History


#1) When was the Great Wall of China built?
The ancient Great Wall of China was built since the seventh century B.C. to protect the Chinese against the northern invaders. Initially it was just a few smaller walls with watchtowers, and during that time China was divided into many provinces.

#2) The magnificent architecture was built through a few dynasties at different times in Chinese history. The wall building was started since the Qin Dynasty, and different sections were added and combined during the Han Dynasty, Sui Dynasty, Five Dynasties & Ten Kingdoms Period until the Ming Dynasty.

#3) Qin Shi Huang of the Qin Dynasty (260-210 B.C), famous for his standing Terra-Cotta Warriors and Horses guarding his tomb, was the first emperor to unify China. He has built the first version of the Great Wall, but very little of those monuments remain today. Most of the walls that left behind are from the Ming Dynasty.

#4) How long is the Great Wall of China? The Great Wall is the world’s longest manmade object which is visible from the space. This ancient Great Wall of China stretches over 6,400km from the east at Shanhaiguan until Lop Nur at the west. The total length including all the branches and spurs adds up to over 6,700 km.

#5) The Great Wall of China is one of the Seven Wonders of the Medieval World. In1987, the UNESCO listed the Great Wall as one of the world’s cultural heritage sites.

#6) The one single, continuous Great Wall was attributed as “the longest cemetery on earth”. In the Great Wall of China history, over a million Chinese have died while constructing it

#7) Bandaling is the most popular section of the Great Wall. It has attracted the most visitors including President Nixon. The Beijing Summer Olympic in 2008 has marked its finishing line of the cycling event at the Bandaling Great Wall.

#8) It’s a myth that the Great Wall was actually built according to the course traced out by a powerful Chinese dragon. Dragon symbolizes divine protection and great energy.

#9) In 1986, David Copperfield made world headlines by walking through the Great Wall. What’s a great entertainment!

#10) After the death of Chairman Mao Zedong, the Great Wall has been regarded as a symbol to unify the Chinese nation.

#11) In the Great Wall of China history, One popular legend happened during the Qin Dynasty is the story of Meng JiangNu. When Fan Qiliang (the husband of Meng JiangNu) was taken away to build the Great Wall in the north of China, Meng JiangNu prepared and sewed winter clothing for her husband. She set off a long journey to the north to look for her husband. When she finally reached the Great Wall at Shanhaiguan and learnt that her husband died of exhaustion, she sat on the ground and cry. All of a sudden a long section of the Great Wall collapsed over her bitter weep. His bones was revealed.

#12) The width of the Great Wall of China is 15~30 feet, and the height is 25 feet. There are over 10,000 watch towers along the Great Wall. Watchtowers were built and staggered at certain interval for communication where flags, beacons and smoke were used to transmit messages.

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