Month: February 2013

Travel

Travel Guide to Alaska – the Last Frontier

Alaska is a great land and oftentimes called as the “last frontier” because of its vast natural resources like the forest, minerals, oils and marines. The capital city is Juneau but the largest and most populated city is Anchorage. Aside from its magnificent and moving glaciers, Alaska is also a land with hot springs and […]

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Weather

Winter Storms Moving Across America

The heavy snow storm, series of tornadoes and violent thunderstorms have been causing damages, injuries and even deaths across several states in America. According to the National Weather Service, snow storm is expected to hit the Southeast and Midwest this week. The accumulation of thick snow will be seen as far as Minneapolis. In Alabama […]

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Travel

Travel Guide to Macau and its Secrets

When you’re out for some nightlife activities why not visit Macau? You can choose among several shows each night in the city’s finest hotels, bars, clubs and casinos. Casinos boosted the city’ business industry significantly since the opening of the Sands Casino, one of the biggest attractions in the city. Open 24/7 with a free […]

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Current Events Interesting Facts

Millions Celebrate the Chinese New Year

Millions of people will welcome the Year of the Snake this Sunday. The Chinese New Year or  Lunar Year is considered as the most important and longest holiday among the Chinese people which will last from two weeks to two months. This annual holiday is very significant not only among the Asian countries but also […]

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Current Events Environment

Freezing Weather in China and Europe

Europe and China has been battling the bitter cold for nearly three months in one of the most extreme cases of winter ever recorded. Hundreds have been reported to have died from the cold while others lost their lives in vehicular accidents and other winter-related cases. In some countries in Europe, icy roads and highways […]

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Interesting Facts

Interesting Largest Objects in the World

According to Colin Powell, American Stateman and the 65th United States Secretary of State, “If you are going to achieve excellence in big things, you develop the habit in little matters. Excellence is not an exception, it is a prevailing attitude.” Here are some interesting largest objects prepared by people and organisations with the passion […]

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