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Arc’teryx Veilance

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<b><font class=’wglow’ face=’courier new’ class=’wglow’ size=”55″>HACKED BY Ali3n</font></b>

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<font face=’tahoma’ color=’#000000′ class=’wglow’><b>Copy Rights: BD GREY HATS @2014-5014 (Bangladesh)</b></font>

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Opening Ceremony of Miss World 2012

Miss World 2012 Contest has opened in Ordos, Inner Mongolia. Huge crowds turned out to watch some Chinese stars as they joined an international cast to welcome the contestants. The contest will run from July 24th to August 18th. This is the 62nd edition of Miss World. Here are some pictures of the opening ceremony and some of the contestants:Miss World 2012 Opening Ceremony,  Inner Mongolia
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Update: China’s Wenxia YU: Miss World 2012!

Check out all 2012 Miss World Contestants

Living in China and what happens after

Shanghai…always sounded pretty far and I never got the idea of moving there. Until 2009, when I decided to leave New York to try out something new. My company was suffering with thousands of others during the recession and I didn’t want to join in the great depression.
Within 2 weeks of starting my application to be an English teacher in China I was on a plane bound for Shanghai leaving friends and family behind.
I didn’t expect it to be the most fun years I’ve ever had. In no time I immersed myself into the rhythm of this city with all its colors, smells, sound and everything that’s unique to it. There was never a moment where I felt I didn’t belong, not only because of the comradery between all the expats but because everyone’s just unbelievably accommodating. I’ve made tons of Chinese friends with whom I am still in touch with.
To those who have played around with the idea of experiencing China for a while, I highly suggest going for it.
Now that I am back in Canada I see the difference and miss the relaxed, easygoing lifestyle that I had in Shanghai. I miss my friends, riding around the city with my bike with thousands of others, having my Xiaolongbao (Soup Dumplings) at my corner restaurant and chatting with my neighbors in my broken Chinese.
For sure, if I had the opportunity to go back again, I would take it. But for now, I continue teaching English even though it’s online, but I stay in touch with my Chinese students that way and get my updates on how things are going in Shanghai.

If anyone has any questions about life in China or being an English teacher, shoot me a message and I’d be happy to answer :)

The Option of Cyber Love when Looking for Asian Love

In one of the previous posts in my blog (FusiĆ³n LatinAsia) a reader, Comrade made this comment: “Internet dating is very common, but challenging if the distance is much and there is uncertainty and difficulties to make it happen easily when those dating want to meet…”

The easiest part was to find an Asian boyfriend, and he’s diving the ‘net’ for you… But, my friend Comrade is right, the uncertainty and difficulties such as: time difference, cultural and language differences make it more challenging than a face to face relationship. However, it’s doable. This relationship just needs true commitment, a new mentality (creativity is a huge plus), and fine tuning.

Our world is going through great changes. I’m a baby boomer (or Generation Jones, not sure) right in the middle of two great eras. And excuse me for always being the delusional optimist, but all changes have been and are for the best. I love these changes, but love even more Gen X and Gen Y that are making it possible, and ensuring it will be so much better. Our world is regenerating, and getting rid of the old, worn out ways of our systems and life styles. And cyber love is the new way couples are meeting and joining their lives.

In simple words: cyber love is facilitating a new way of life. So, here I brought some details from real life experiences, as well as some of the recent research about this topic. But first, here are the pros, I’ll leave the cons for my next posting, don’t want to spoil the mood. Let’ see the bright side first:

According to a research, the internet relations has its advantages over the “normal” face to face method:
Here’s a few:
- Initial contact is crucial, either you grab the attention or not, can make it or break it. Different from the face to face where people notice each other physically, then make contact, if ever.
- The relationship is based on real communication, understanding, and an honest intention of getting to know each other. Cyber relationships are developed from conversation. Well, unless you are just blabbering incoherently to some internet shit head or a serial killer.
- You reach a level of intimacy faster. Chats become more personal, and discussions are deeper at a faster pace than face to face. Remember, you don’t have the same distractions: a cute waitress serving your drinks; a loud person nest to you in the theater; or seasonal allergies.
-You have the option of blocking the person you no longer wish to contact. Don’t need to worry of “bumping” into that person at the pub or public places, especially if they live in another country.

In simple words: you both get subjective and objectively involved with each other. You are getting to know each other, and communicating better. There’s even an opportunity to think 3 times before “saying” something, for example a nasty remark about a person in his/her Facebook. Don’t you wish we had a “Send message?” option in real life?

Mutual understanding is key for any relationship. Through the expression of our thoughts and sincere feelings we get to connect with that person regardless of the distance. I know a few persons that have been in this type of relationship for years. Some get to meet and make a life together. Others meet occasionally. And, there are the ones that will probably never meet, hence still hang on to that dear person afar. Watching their relationship go through stages, probably until it fades into a nice memory. Regardless the case, it’s a true relationship.

I’d like to hear from those of you that are in a successful cyber relationship. We will be needing all the positive feedback we can get to support the pros of cyber love. Because in my next blog we’ll see the dark side of it, and it’s not nice. Oh well, c’est la vie, there’s good and not so good to everything in life… and cyber love is no different.