A different working culture: While French workers only work half of the time, have a long lunch break and drink wine in the break, Taiwanese workers are not having any break at all. How yellow is the urine of the Taiwanese workers? How yellow is the urine of the TaiwaneseContinue Reading

Is Hawaii really part of the U.S.? A law professor in Honolulu has revived an old debate. Now growing demands for independence is getting stronger. No treaty? Hawaii’s independence? U.S. state since 1959? And part of the U.S. since 1898? According to the history books it says so. But toContinue Reading

Guyana and the United States (US)-headquartered Panthera Corporation, the world’s leading wild cat conservation group, on Thursday agreed to conserve the country’s national animal, the Jaguar. A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed by representatives of Panthera and the Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment (MoNRE) now paves the wayContinue Reading


The name zentai suit was first born in 1886. In the early 20th century, zentai suit began to be applied in the circus and acrobatics for the performers’ wearing Avatar costume Neytiri. Zentai (from the Japanese ゼンタイ) is a term for skin-tight garments that cover the entire body. Morphsuits isContinue Reading

Travel Expo

We joined the biggest travel event in Oslo 2013. It is located in Telenor Areana. The same building hosts big events like the Rihanna and Pink concert later this year, and was also the place where Eurovision Song Contest was hold 3 years ago after Norway won it. This timeContinue Reading

Impressive OS

It’s just over two months since Microsoft launched Windows Phone 8, and it has also taken time to get the phones out on the market. That makes it especially impressive that the new platform is used by nearly half – 43 percent – of the U.S. Windows Phone users. ThatContinue Reading