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posted a Quick Tip about Ice Hockey. February 04, 2013
Ice Hockey
Welcome to the greatest sport on Earth. You take a bunch of guys, put them in ice skates, give them sticks, and let them go out and fight over a small rubber disc. Next to ice hockey, everything else looks like it was made for ADD.
posted a Quick Tip about Carnation. July 23, 2011
Very affordable, beautiful flowers which smell nice. Carnations usually aren't quite as expensive as roses, and so it's easy for a guy to buy one for a girl he likes but isn't actually dating. They come in a few different colors.
took a poll, Gorgeous Flowers. August 12, 2010
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posted a Quick Tip about Rose. May 13, 2010
Always stop to smell the Roses - their essence comes from ancient times.
posted a Quick Tip about Hyacinth. March 30, 2010
Super easy to grow w/ bright colors & bloom in early Spring. My purple, pink and yellow hyacinths are blooming now.
posted a Quick Tip about 2010 Winter Olympics. March 20, 2010
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2010 Winter Olympics (XXI Olympic Winter Games)
I wasn't able to catch a lot of the sports this year, but the figure skating I saw was beautiful.
posted a Quick Tip about Daffodil. March 18, 2010
Daffodils are blooming. Nice to see after having snow not too long ago. Spring is coming.
reviewed Spring. March 01, 2010
posted in Go Japan
Chinese New Year (also known as Spring festival) celebration began on Valentine’s Day this year. 15 days of feasting. After the Spring festival celebration, what do we look forward to? Spring, naturally!     Spring comes early this year. It was still winter coat I was adorning last week and today, the weather has gone above 22 deg. C! What a remarkable warm-up! That only implies …
reviewed Sakura. March 01, 2010
posted in Go Japan
   Sakura (aka Cherry Blossom) is fleeting. Maximum period we get to see it in full bloom annually is 3-4 weeks. Mostly, simply 10-14 days. Sakura is my most favorite flower. I've seen it in bloomed a couple of times in different parts of Japan, Canada & China. It's a flower that is synonymous with Spring!      It's a (national) flower       …
reviewed 2010 Winter Olympics. February 21, 2010
posted in Go Canada
2010 Winter Olympics (XXI Olympic Winter Games)
I've hardly watched the Winter Olympics as most of the places I've lived in hardly broadcast it (unless it's on Sports on Cable TV but that's one channel I don't subscribed to). This year though, I'm living in Shenzhen and the China's state tv station CCTV-5 (a sports channel) has been telecasting the various competitive programs throughout the day and it's hard to …
reviewed Sunshine. January 21, 2010
Sunshine! A day with sunshine is a day of possibilities.   Oh yes, the man who sang “You are my sunshine, my only … “ has left long ago. Despite that, I still like the nick name “sunshine”. Sunshine warms the heart and gives the day a meaning of its own.   I’ve had sunshine all my life, except for those years I was in Canada and China, or rather, …
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