Saturday, September 25, 2010

Halo the Pool Playing Dog

One of the most beautiful things on earth is dog. Dogs are known to be loyal and can be trained to do tricks.

One example is to play pool.

Monday, September 20, 2010

The touching Taiwanese commercial

The daughter narrates about how ever since she was little, her dad always picked her up from school on his bike. She remembers the ice cream from the shop they always passed by.

After she left for school in Taipei, everytime she came home, he still insisted on picking her up in his bike. She finally bought a car, and told him to not pick her up. But he still waited for her with his bike.

In the end she says: "I guess he was worried that I would forget the way home..."

The love of her father is too great. Parents always treat their children as children, no matter how old they are.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Cute baby - Shi Shi

They bring happiness to our world.

Sunday, September 12, 2010

23 Years Old with Kid's Voice

朱洁, 袖珍人 来自内蒙古

Zhu Jie, at the age of 23, is from Mongolia, standing at 1.28 metres in height.

She attended the talent search show in China and impressed everyone with her sweet child-like voice.

The best thing about her is that she's very optimistic and we have to learn from her in order to stay happy.

Sorry, the video is in Chinese Mandarin. Nevertheless, let her voice touch your heart.

Friday, September 10, 2010

Aim high in life

Do not make your aim like the garden
because everyone walk on it
But make your aim like
the sky so everyone
wish to touch it.

Sunday, September 5, 2010

Hachiko (Hachi): A Dog's Tale

Starring Richard Gere and Joan Allen, 'Hachi: A Dogs Tale' is the heartwarming true story about an unbreakable bond between a University professor and his dog.

Hachiko, the legendary Japanese akita, proves that there is nothing more loyal than man's best friend in this modern retelling of a cherished true story. It all begins when a college professor adopts an abandoned dog named Hachiko. The two form such a strong bond that Hachiko walks with the professor to the train station each morning and returns to the station each evening to walk the professor home again. The routine continues until one day the professor does not return to the train station. Hachiko, however, does not give up. He returns to the same train station at the same time, faithfully waiting for his owner to return. Hachiko does this for more than nine years, until his own death. This heartwarming tale that is already the stuff of legend in Japan is finally making its way to America by way of prominent director Lasse Hallström. With an equally capable cast, the experience of Hachiko's unending loyalty is certain to stay with you. Hachiko's story is one of love, unwavering devotion, and the resounding impact one dogs affection can make.

Through his daily journeys to the station Hachi becomes a regular fixture of the community and an inspiration of love, friendship and unyielding loyalty to everyone who meets him. Hachi's story is a tale for the ages; a dogs faithful devotion to his master exposes the great power of love and how this simplest of acts can become the grandest gesture of all.

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Charity: water September Campaign 2010: Clean Water for the Bayaka

Charity: water September Campaign 2010: Clean Water for the Bayaka

Visit to see how birthdays can change the world.

There are a billion people living without clean water. Four Septembers ago, we had a crazy idea. We asked our friends to give up their birthdays and ask for donations instead of gifts. We used 100% of the money raised to build water projects. Every year, it got bigger. We've now helped over a million people get clean water. This September, join us again. Watch the Trailer. Visit Start a campaign. Give up your birthday. It can change the world.

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

You are beautiful

you are beautiful cards

You are beautiful

I stack up the reasons why you are beautiful and I realise I'm short of cards to write on.