Monday, May 31, 2010

A mailbox could make me be a billionaire?

My mailbox seems be a powerful magnet to large money. Since I posted it on my blog, every day from it I receive several mails, which say willing to share with me millions of dollars from some bank accounts. By this speed, I could not work and be richer than anyone in the world within one month. The thing is too good to be not good.

Look! Today when I opened my mailbox in the morning, one new funny letter jumped into my sight with congratulation. This time, it says will offer me a free BMW 2009 and a cash prize of £750,000.00 GBP.

Oh, come on! This sum of money is still not enough to make me move. You know what, because someone has already offered much bigger numbers to me before. You better adjust up your figures before you write, buddy.

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

U.S. is waiting on Iran goes into its net


U.S. has planned a war to radically solve Iranian nuclear issue. It can be seen on following signs:

First, since the Greece economic crisis broke out, the exchange rate of Chinese currency RMB to Euro dollars has been passively raised 15% percent. It has seriously affected China’s export to Europe. U.S. could press China into the hot water deeper by forcing China to revaluate its currency to U.S. dollars at this moment, but U.S. did not do so. Instead, on the U.S.-China dialogue that lasted for two days from May 24 to 25, U.S. and China signed many documents for co-operation in some fields. One of the reasons is that U.S. needs China to support the fourth round UN sanctions on Iranian nuclear issue.

Second, DEBKAfile's military sources reported the Obama administration has decided to boost U.S. military strength in the Mediterranean and Persian Gulf region in a short term. This decision will bring an extra air and naval strike forces and 6,000 Marine and sea combatants there. By late July and early August of 2010, the Pentagon plans to have at least 4 or 5 U.S. aircraft carriers near Iranian shores.

Third, according to New York Times, to seek Russian support on UN sanctions to Iran, the Obama administration will not prohibit Moscow from completing the sale of S-300 anti-aircraft missiles to Tehran, a contract that Russia has suspended but not canceled. U.S. may want this sale to induce Iran further to boost its nuclear ambition and keep offending against UN sanctions, so as for U.S. to find an excuse to strike Iran with military forces.

A net has been opened. U.S. is waiting on Iran goes into it.

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Sunday, May 16, 2010

Cheonan incident leads to a ROK political show


The Cheonan incident is leading to a political show in South Korea. On May 16, 2010, South Korean news agency Yonhap reported that South Korean military authorities are planning to issue a statement of stern warning against the communist North regarding the March 26 sink of a Navy warship Cheonan.

Frankly, even a joint team of South Korean civilian and military investigators found remains of a North Korean torpedo, it is still hard to say the North launched the torpedo, because common knowledge tells us criminals always know how to guide police to a wrong direction by setting up fake evidence on scenes.

Korean peninsular is one of the most complicated areas in the world. The complication can be seen on the deadlock of the nuclear issue meeting six countries involve in. Because each of the six countries has its own interests on the peninsular, theoretically, it is possible for the other four except two Koreas to plot an incident such as the sink of the Cheonan to pursue a high interest there.

After the incident, the South has to give a say to its people although it cannot find impeccable evidence that who did this, unless the government wants to lose the next election.The problem is, who can be blamed without firm evidence? China? U.S.? Russia? Japan? Of cause, the South cannot do so. Therefore, the South has to and can only grip its feud North Korea to blame in order to calm its people.

Maybe the calculation of the South is, one more time of stern warning will not cause an invasion from the North, and the South people will also not ask its government to escalate the warning to a large scale of military retaliation, because they understand the North has 20 thousands of artilleries aiming at Seoul near the border with the South, and these artilleries are said to have a capability of destroying Seoul within two minutes. Everyone knows no side of the two Koreas can afford a real war.

In the aftermath of the Cheonan incident, a political show is unveiling in the South and a new round of card game is playing there among the related countries. The politicians are always the winners including those of the South. The only and real victims are the 46 sailors who lost their lives on the warship sunk by a so-called North Korean torpedo.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Pyongyang will arm with hydrogen bombs soon


North Korean newspaper Rodong Sinmun reported on May 12, 2010 that the Scientists of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) have succeeded in nuclear fusion reaction.

Since 1950s, human beings have mastered the technology of uncontrolled fusion reactions to made Hydrogen bombs. Nowadays, scientists are trying to handle the technology of controlled fusion reactions, which can be used as a new energy resource.

Whether North Korea will use fusion reaction technology to develop new energy or not, one thing is certain that North Korea has had the ability to design and made thermonuclear weapons---hydrogen bombs.

A hydrogen bomb explosion is a thermonuclear explosion caused by uncontrolled fusion reactions ignited by an atomic bomb explosion (fission reactions). The explosion is way much powerful than that of an atomic bomb.

Monday, May 10, 2010

China sets a goal for utilization of new energy

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The development on renewable energy decides a country’s future. Nowadays, U.S. is using it as a locomotive to pull its manufacturing industry into a new era. Obviously, China’s talents have realized what U.S. is doing and are trying to urge Chinese government to start the paces on this too.

Recently, a vice Chairman of the board of China’s Renewable Energy Society told to media that the society has submitted its plan to Central government regarding how to decompose the goal that clean energy accounts for 15% of total primary energy consumption by 2020. The plan is now waiting for an approval.

In the 15 percent, hydropower accounts for about 8%, nuclear power about 4%, solar power and wind power about 3%. The specific objectives are, hydropower installed capacity reaches 300 million kilowatts, nuclear power installed capacity 80 million kilowatts, wind power 150 million kilowatts, and solar power 20 million kilowatts.

Besides clean energy in China in 2020 accounts for 15% of total primary energy consumption, Clean energy by 2030 is set to become an important alternative energy, by 2050 to become the main energy.


Friday, May 7, 2010

China muffled people’s applause to Kim

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The attitude of Chinese people to Kim Jong-il has been turned 180 degrees from dislike to like in the past several months, although Chinese government tries to hide this fact to the world.

On May 7, 2010, China’s media reported China’s President Hu Jintao met with North Korea top leader Kim Jong-il. Only two hours after the news were published on Chinese portal sites and, near 2000 domestic Chinese had commented on the two sites for their welcomes to Kim. Some comments said they admire Kim because no one in the world has the guts like Kim who dares to say NO to U.S.

Worrying these comments may bring unhappy responses from the other side of the world, China let its media censors take quick actions. They deleted these web comment pages full of Chinese readers’ appreciations and welcomes to Kim and erased the web links on these relevant news pages for people to comment. Chinese people’s voices are turned off again as usual in China. Why did Chinese people totally change their attitude to Kim in the past several months is because:

First, they believe U.S. and its friendly countries are trying to ruin China’s economy by urging China to raise RMB exchange rate.

Second, they believe U.S. and NATO have contained China geographically by setting up military bases around China.

Third, they see U.S., NATO, even Russia are supporting China’s surrounding countries by arm sales to them, and these countries are using or going to use these weapons to claim resources and territories from China. Since 1989, China has been arms-embargoed by U.S. and Europe for more than 20 years.

Forth, they believe U.S. and Japan are using Taiwan issue, the Dalai Lama, and Rabiye Qadir to against China.

Fifth, they feel China is so lonely in the world, and North Korea is China’s only strategic buffer and a country can be called a little brother.

Not long ago, Chinese people did not like Kim due to his country’s hereditary on the position of the state head, but now they think national security and not so lonely in the world are more important.

Thursday, May 6, 2010

A Taiwan advertisement with magic power

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Beauties plus creative ideas are always magic power in advertisements. Recently, an advertisement of Taiwan weight-loss drink branded Every Morning Health demonstrated this magic again.

In the advertisement, a nice-shape girl went to the door of her former boyfriend for strip demonstration after 42 days of their break in relationship. The beauty and the creative idea made this weight-loss drink prevail in Taiwan almost over one night, and the two originally unknown actress and actor became popular accordingly. Please click the Youtube video below to enjoy the film.

The actress, Liao Xinyu, is a telecommunication sales associate. She is 27 years old/167cm/46kg. The actor, Zhang Kaijie returned to Taiwan from Japan three years ago. He teaches Japanese language and owns an attire shop in Taiwan. He is 30 years old/183cm/70kg.

Source: Taiwan TVBS

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Textile has paved way for China’s petaflop computer


Textile and supercomputer, the two irrelevant words are linked together naturally in China. China’s huanqiu network recently announced China’s domestic Loongson III processors will be used to build the upcoming petaflop supercomputer Shuguang 6000.

The Loongson III CPU is designed by Institute of Computing Technology (ICT) of Chinese Academy of Science and manufactured by Lemote Technology that is invested jointly by Institute of Computing Technology (ICT) of Chinese Academy of Science and China Jiangsu Menglan Group. The Jiangsu Menglan Group is a township owned enterprise that has a history of 30 years in a different field -- textile. Its brand Menglan was entitled with number one of China’s most influential brands in household textile industry. Chinese Ministry of Commerce has been fostering and developing it as one of China’s key export brands.

Under the fund from Jiangsu Menglan Group, its son company Lemote Technology has developed the Loongson CPU from model I to recent model III. It has also manufactured with these CPUs four series of products: Fuloong Mini-PC, Mailoong NC, Yeeloong Laptop, Hiloong Mini-Server.

Following the Loongson III CPU has been chose as the processor of China’s petaflop computer Shuguang 6000, China’s textile successfully paved way for the development of China’s supercomputer. China’s designing periods on new ships and planes will be sharply shortened after the petaflop computer utilization.


Monday, May 3, 2010

Why Ma Ying-jeou won’t ask U.S. to fight for Taiwan


In a CNN interview recently, Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou said Taiwan will never ask the United States to fight against China on its behalf. He said, "We will continue to reduce the risks so that we will purchase arms from the United States, but we will never ask the Americans to fight for Taiwan. This is something that is very, very clear." Ma also said, if the U.S. reduces arms sales to Taiwan below the current level, it will reduce confidence in this part of the world.

In the interview, Ma actually sent a message to U.S. as follows,

Keeping current status of the Taiwan Strait fits the greatest interests of the United States, and he is endeavoring on this with confidence. As long as U.S. maintains proper arms sales to Taiwan, Taiwan will have the ability to keep by itself the not united and not-independent status forward without a military fight from U.S. Otherwise, if U.S. reduces arms sales to Taiwan, Taiwan can hardly protect the current status of the Taiwan Strait, and U.S. will either fall into troubles to fight against China one day because of the Taiwan Relations Act, or lose its interests in Asia by seeing the reunion of the two sides of the Taiwan Strait.