2016年12月7日星期三

This is no world for escapists

within the memory of the youngest child there was a family of rabbits who lived near a pack of wolves. The wolves announced that they did not like the way the rabbits were living. (The wolves were crazy about the way they themselves were living, because it was the only way to live.) One night several wolves were killed in an earthquake and this was blamed on the rabbits, for it is well known that rabbits pound on the ground with their hind legs and cause earthquakes. On another night one of the wolves was killed by a bolt of lightning and this was also blamed on the rabbits, for it is well known that lettuce-eaters cause lightning. The wolves threatened to civilize the rabbits if they didn't behave, and the rabbits decided to run away to a desert island. But the other animals, who lived at a great distance, shamed them, saying, "You must stay where you are and be brave. This is no world for escapists. If the wolves attack you, we will come to your aid, in all probability." So the rabbits continued to live near the wolves and one day there was a terrible flood which drowned a great many wolves. This was blamed on the rabbits, for it is well known that carrot-nibblers with long ears cause floods. The wolves descended on the rabbits, for their own good, and imprisoned them in a dark cave, for their own protection. When nothing was heard about the rabbits for some weeks, the other animals demanded to know what had happened to them. The wolves replied that the rabbits had been eaten and since they had been eaten the affair was a purely internal matter. But the other animals warned that they might possibly unite against the wolves unless some reason was given for the destruction of rabbits. So the wolves gave them one. "They were trying to escape," said the wolves, "and, as you know,"

2016年8月17日星期三

oh my darling



Oh my darling, Oh my darling, Oh my darling, Frankenstein. How you pillage Air Purifier in the village, very scary Frankenstein. Your creator was a doctor in a castle near the Rhine. On a slab inside his lab you were constructed Frankenstein. Arms and legs and head and torso that the doctor did combine. Bolts of lighting, very frightning, gave you life dear Frankenstein. incorporation of company in hong kongThen you rose up from the table with a bellow and a whine. You went lurching, simply searching for some dinner, Frankenstein. When the townsfolk saw you coming you sent shivers down their spines. So they chased you with their pitchforks and their torches Frankenstein. You escaped into the forest where you hid amongst the pine. While the doc, he did hair care productsconcoct me, yes a bride for Frankenstein. We were married in the castle, and forever you'll be mine. We're a creature double-feature, Frankenstein.

2016年7月13日星期三

I never lose him

Yes this may be surprising, I was only 13 years old that time. But, don't know how or why it happened to me so early. I fell deeply in love with a guy, who I used to think was annoying 2 months ago. It was 1997, in Chittagong, Bang- ladesh, me and my family have just moved to a new apartment in a new area. So, after few weeks have passed, I started going back to school, since it was during Ramadan we moved. Well, I made some new friends in the neighborhood. This girl who was always hanging out with, her name was Ivy. One day when I was going to school, I bumped into Ivy on the way out of my building, and she was standing next to this guy, he lived in the building right beside mine. He said “Hi” to me, and we just asked each other “how are you” and blah blah, then I had to leave. But I noticed that guy was buy electronic cigarettelooking at me. It was a different kind of look, look with love in his eyes. Few days later, I noticed whenever I go to school and come back from school, he is standing in his balcony, and smiling at me. If he is not around, and one of his friends see me, they start to yell out his name. Oh yeah, by the way, his name was Mamun. So, I was very annoyed by those things. And I even told Ivy to tell Mamun to stop these foolishness. After my exams were over, I had a break. So I used to go to the roof and read books to spend my time. Mamun used to come to their roof also and both roofs where so close to each other that you can just jump from one to another. Once I was reading a book, and I noticed Mamun come to their roof and he looked at me, and smiled. OH MY GOD! I don't know what happened to me. That sweet smile just took me away. I smiled back at him, for the first time. I could never forget that moment. We used to smile at each other whenever we saw each other, but never had a chat. I was sure that he liked me a lot, because, anytime he would see me on the roof from his balcony, he nu skin hong kongcame up to the roof right away. I fell in love with him very deeply. I was surprised that I did. The feelings I had was so beautiful and made me so happy. Mamun did come to my roof one day to talk to me but I wanted him to go away. I didn't want any one to see us talking. As you know, in Bangladesh rumors go around so fast. When we talked, I saw deep love in his eyes. I always smiled at him; I didn't talk to him much. Still, life was going on so wonderfully. Mamun never told me he loved me. I thought that was because, I was 5/6 years younger than him. Very soon, I found out that me and my family are leaving Bang- ladesh and coming to Canada. I was devas- tated. I cried all night but there was nothing to do. When Mamun found out, he asked me on the roof, if it was true. When I said yes, he asked how long will I be in Canada. The answer was maybe forever, we were going to settle in Canada. He looked depressed, all he said was “Oh”, then I told him out flight date. The next month, it was Ramadan again. Mamun came to say good bye to me on the pola roof, he was leaving to spend his Eid with his family. That day, I was so sad, I felt like I lost something very important in my life. We said goodbye to each other, he said he thinks I am such a sweet girl, he hopes I have a great life in Canada. Oh my god, I couldn't hold myself, I think my eyes became watery. I didn't want him to see that I was crying. I said “you too” and tried to smile and left the roof right away. That was the last day I ever saw my first love. Now 4 years later, here I am in CANADA. I have guy in my life now, whom I am deeply love with after Mamun. I am ... over Mamun now. Everytime I remember those days, looking at each other on the roof, talking, I feel really down. I wonder where he is now, if we will even meet again... I can never forget my first love.

2016年5月15日星期日

 i teach economics at unlv three times per week. last monday, at the beginning of class, i cheerfully asked my students how their weekend had been. one young man said that his weekend had not been so good. he had his wisdom teeth removed. the young man then proceeded to ask me why i always seemed to be so cheerful.  his question reminded me of something i'd read somewhere before: "every morning when you get up, you have a choice about how you want to approach life that day," i said. "i choose to be cheerful." "let me give you an example," i continued, addressing all sixty HKUE amec students in the class. "in addition to teaching here at unlv, i also teach out at the community college in henderson, 17 miles down the freeway from where i live. one day a few weeks ago i drove those 17 miles to henderson. i exited the freeway and turned onto college drive. i only had to drive another quarter mile down the road to the college. but just then my car died. i tried to start it again, but the engine wouldn't turn over. so i put my flashers on, grabbed my books, and marched down the road to the college. "as soon as i got there i called aaa and arranged for a tow truck to meet me at my car after class. the secretary in the provost's office asked me what has happened. 'this is my lucky day,' i replied, smiling. "'your car breaks down and today is your lucky day?' she was puzzled. 'what do you mean?' "'i live 17 miles from here.' i replied. 'my car could have broken down anywhere along HKUE DSE the freeway. it didn't. instead, it broke down in the perfect place: off the freeway, within walking distance of here. i'm still able to teach my class, and i've been able to arrange for the tow truck to meet me after class. if my car was meant to break down today, it couldn't haveHKUE DSEbeen arranged in a more convenient fashion.' the secretary's eyes opened wide, and then she smiled. i smiled back and headed for class." so ended my story. deepak chopra has quoted an indian wise man as saying, "who you are speaks louder to me than anything you can say." i suppose it must be so.

Line is better than words

 i teach economics at unlv three times per week. last monday, at the beginning of class, i cheerfully asked my students how their weekend had been. one young man said that his weekend had not been so good. he had his wisdom teeth removed. the young man then proceeded to ask me why i always seemed to be so cheerful.  his question reminded me of something i'd read somewhere before: "every morning when you get up, you have a choice about how you want to approach life that day," i said. "i choose to be cheerful." "let me give you an example," i continued, addressing all sixty HKUE amec students in the class. "in addition to teaching here at unlv, i also teach out at the community college in henderson, 17 miles down the freeway from where i live. one day a few weeks ago i drove those 17 miles to henderson. i exited the freeway and turned onto college drive. i only had to drive another quarter mile down the road to the college. but just then my car died. i tried to start it again, but the engine wouldn't turn over. so i put my flashers on, grabbed my books, and marched down the road to the college. "as soon as i got there i called aaa and arranged for a tow truck to meet me at my car after class. the secretary in the provost's office asked me what has happened. 'this is my lucky day,' i replied, smiling. "'your car breaks down and today is your lucky day?' she was puzzled. 'what do you mean?' "'i live 17 miles from here.' i replied. 'my car could have broken down anywhere along HKUE DSE the freeway. it didn't. instead, it broke down in the perfect place: off the freeway, within walking distance of here. i'm still able to teach my class, and i've been able to arrange for the tow truck to meet me after class. if my car was meant to break down today, it couldn't haveHKUE DSEbeen arranged in a more convenient fashion.' the secretary's eyes opened wide, and then she smiled. i smiled back and headed for class." so ended my story. deepak chopra has quoted an indian wise man as saying, "who you are speaks louder to me than anything you can say." i suppose it must be so.

2016年5月8日星期日

First Snow

The first fall of snow is not only an event but it is a magical event. You go to bed in one kind of world and wake up to find yourself in another quite different, and if this is not enchantment, then where is it to be found?
The very stealth, the eerie quietness, of the thing makes it more magical. Ifall the snow fell at once in one shattering crash, awakening us in the middle of the night the event would be robbed of its wonder. But it flutters down, soundless, hour after hour while we are asleep Dream beauty pro. Outside the closed curtains of the bedroom a vast transfbrmation scene is takiag place, just as if a myriad elves and brownies were at work, and we turn and yawn and stretch and know nothing about it. And then, what an extraordinary change it is! It is as if the house continent. Even the inside, which has not been touched, seems different, every room appearing smaller and cosier, just as if some power were trying to turn it into a woodcutter’s hut or a snug logcabin. Outside, where the garden was yesterday, there is now a white and glistening level, and the village beyond is no longer your own familiar cluster of roofs but a village in an old German fairy-tale Dream beauty pro.
You would not be surprised to learn that all the people there, the speetacled postmistress, the cobbler, the retired school master, and the rest, had suffered a change too and had become queer elvish beings, purveyors of invisible caps and magic shoes. You yourselves do not feel quite the same people you were yesterday. How could you not when so much has been changed? There is a curious stir, a little shiver of excite-ment, troubling the house, not unlike the feeling there is abroad when a journey has to be made. The children, of course, are all excitement but even the adults hang about and talk to one another longer than usual before setting down to the day’s work. Nobody can resist the windows. It is like being on board a ship Dream beauty pro hard sell.

2016年4月18日星期一

7 Amazing Hair Masks You Can Make at Home


The summer season can be hard on the hair. All those UV rays, wind, chlorine, and pollution can attack your hair leaving it feeling and looking parched. Luckily, there are a few amazing homemade hair masks that you can make at home and revive your hair’s beauty in a jiff. While it’s easier to buy a good hair mask, why spend money if you can create your own hair mask using basic ingredients? Without further ado, here are 7 easy hair masks that you can make at home travel agent deals in Hong Kong. 1. Avocado mask Avocado is used in numerous beauty treatments and it’s an excellent ingredient for your homemade hair mask. An avocado mask is perfect for dry, dull hair. It helps to make your hair soft, smooth, hydrated and thick. Blend a small, ripe avocado with about 1/2 cup of milk and one tablespoon of olive oil or almond oil. Apply the mixture to your scalp and rinse off after 15 minutes. 2. Egg mask Egg mask is a refreshing and moisturising hair mask that is quick and easy to make. Just beat an egg yolk with 2 tablespoons of olive oil, a cup of milk and a squeeze of lemon juice, apply to your scalp and hair and rinse off with cold water after 15-20 minutes. Eggs are high in protein that helps nourish the roots, potassium that heals damaged hair, vitamin A that helps reduce breakage, and vitamin B12 that promotes the growth of new hair Massage Chair. 3. Yogurt mask If your hair is suffering from styling product buildup or it’s just dull from pollution, try to use yogurt mask to make it shiny again. Massage 1/2 cup (or more if you have long hair) of plain yogurt into slightly damp hair, leave for 15-20 minutes and rinse off. Then shampoo normally and enjoy a beautiful hair. If you don’t have yogurt, you can use sour cream. 4. Banana mask Banana is rich in vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin C, and potassium, which help regulate your scalp’s oil production and keep your scalp healthy. Blend 2 ripe bananas with a tablespoon each of coconut oil, olive oil and honey. Apply to your hair, leave for 5 minutes, and rinse off with warm or cold water. Your hair will look shiny and soft in no time! 5. Coconut oil mask Coconut oil mask is perfect for dry and damaged hair. Take 2 parts of coconut oil and add to one part of olive oil. Apply to your hair and leave it in a shower cap for as long as you want. Then shampoo normally and rinse properly. 6. Strawberry mask If you have a problem scalp or oily hair, a strawberry hair mask is a must-try mask. The vitamin C in this mask helps regulate your scalp’s pH balance and oil production, making your hair healthier. Mix a handful of strawberries with a tablespoon of honey and a tablespoon of coconut oil. Apply to your hair and leave for 15 minutes. Rinse off with cold or warm water to reveal shiny, healthy hair WAN Optimization Solution. 7. Oatmeal mask Use oatmeal mask regularly if you have dandruff, itchy scalp, and other scalp problems. The great news is that oatmeal hair mask is quick and easy to make. Just mix a tablespoon of oats with a tablespoon fresh milk and a tablespoon of almond oil or olive oil. Apply to dry hair and leave for about 20-25 minutes before you shampoo. So, ladies, if you are looking for a budget-friendly and quick way to moisturize and revitalize your hair, these homemade hair masks will definitely help you. These hair masks are easy to make and I’m sure you already have most of the ingredients in your kitchen. What’s your favorite homemade hair mask?

2016年4月12日星期二

Christmas history


Christmas Day-December 25-which celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ, the founder of the Christian religion, is the biggest and best-loved holiday in the Christian World hong kong événements photos.   According to the Bible, the holy book of Christians, God decided to allow his only son, Jesus Christ, to be born to a human mother and live on earth so that people could understand God better and learn to love God and each other more. "Christmas"- meaning "celebration of Christ "- honors the time when Jesus was born to a young Jewish woman Mary.   Mary was engaged to be married to Joseph, a carpenter, but before they came together, she was found to be with child. Because Joseph, her husband, was a righteous man and did not want to expose her to public disgrace, he had in mind to divorce her quietly hair care products.   But after he had considered this, an angel of the Lord appeared to him in a dream and said, "Do not be afraid to take Mary home as your wife, because what is conceived in her is from the Holy Spirit. She will give birth to a son, and you are to give him the name Jesus, because he will save his people from their sins Server Hosting."   Although the exact date of the birth of Jesus nearly 2,000 years ago is not known, the calendar on the supposed date divides all time into B.C. (Before Christ )and A.D. ( a Latin phrase, Anno Domini, "in the year of our Lord.") For the first 300 years, Jesus' birthday was celebrated on different dates. Finally, in the year 354, church leaders chose December 25 as his birthday.

2016年3月9日星期三

Unacceptable situation



The European Union will put pressure on Iran to stop jamming satellite broadcasts from the BBC and other international channels.

Iran has been blocking news channels broadcast into the country from a French satellite following widespread anti-government protests there eye drop.

But it is not yet clear exactly what action the EU will take.

A statement from the EU foreign ministers said they would act to end the

"The EU calls on the Iranian authorities to stop the jamming of satellite broadcasting and internet censorship and to put an end to this electronic interference immediately," a statement from the EU foreign ministers said.

In February three major international broadcasters strongly condemned Iran for its "deliberate electronic interference" in their broadcasts.

The BBC, Deutsche Welle and Voice of America said the jamming began as Iran marked the 31st anniversary of the Islamic Revolution tsim sha tsui fine dining.

'Unacceptable'

There is a possibility the EU will impose trade sanctions to stop the mobile network company Nokia Siemens from trading in Iran, reports said.

It is reported that they sold the Iranian government technology to monitor mobile phone calls and block social networking services.

But some reports say Nokia Siemens, the joint arm of the mobile technology companies, has already said it will not sell any more equipment to Tehran.

The moves would be separate from any sanctions being considered by the US and their allies over Iran's nuclear ambitions IWC price.

At the beginning of the year the US had called for the UN to place "crippling" sanctions on Iran, but both China and Russia have refused to back tough sanctions.

Finland's foreign minister Alexander Stubb, told Reuters a Security Council resolution remained the goal, but as time was running out countries may seek "unilateral" sanctions on Iran instead.

Thousands of opposition supporters have been arrested during and after mass protests from against elections last June, won by president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

2016年1月18日星期一

But one day



  My childhood was unforgettable. When I was five years old, I went to the kindergarten every day. nuskin I had a lot of good time with my little friends. My parents took good care of me. I didn’t need to care about food and clothes and any other things. I was very happy in those days.


my mother told me that she wouldn't pick me up after school. hair loss I was afraid of going home alone, so I started to cry and I was angry with my mother. Although I insisted that she and my father should protect me safely, they still disagreed with me. They thought it was good for me to learn to be independent. The next day after class, I had to take a bus to go back home. I forgot to see the bus route when I got on. Therefore, when the bus was more and more far from my home, I felt anxious. Finally, I got the last stop,nu skin hk and then took the same bus back home. When I told my parents my story, they never thought it is a mistake, on the contrary, they thought it is a useful experience. From then on, I don't let them meet me after school any more.