Saturday, March 26, 2011

Movie time

I am watching “Predators vs Aliens-2” and this movie has lots of bad reviews and so called bad story. At the end of the movie, this one girl survived and others not so much. And the way she is befriending with the Alien guy is just so funny. Anyways the movie was just plain “thumbs down”

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Isreal Pavilion at Shankhai Expo 2010

How you all doing today? The weather here in UB city has unbelievably changed. It is almost like 100 degree outside today. Literally, we are all burning in hell. Well anyway, I am gonna carry on my sequel posts of World Expo 2010 organized in Shanghai city. So Israel is the next country I would like you guys to watch its breath-taking pavilion and be amazed by its sophisticated architectural awesomeness. I went there for my summer vacation when I was in 3rd grade. I must say it is one beautiful country out there. It is pretty small as  compare to other nations but in terms of the technological innovation, facilities and infrastructure, It was pretty advanced and I heard that Israel Air Force is No.1 in the world at the time. People are nice and welcoming but let me tell you funny story that happened when I was there. Me and My brother, we were having dinner at this big restaurant and finished our food so fast because we were starving to death. By the time we were about to leave, everyone in that restaurant were staring at us like we were some kind of alien or something. :D so we both aware of situation that we are getting some looks and checked each others face, thought maybe we had some food stuck on due to our super swift-eating performance. However there was nothing, not a thing nether on mine nor on his. Later on, we found out that Asians were quite rare tand they thought my brother was Bruce Lee and some buggers asked him to show some "lee" movements for them. LMAO Anyway, it was a great trip.

Pavilion theme: Innovation for Better Life Pavilion features: The Israel Pavilion is composed of two streamlined buildings hugging each other. The pavilion looks like two clasped hands, or a "seashell." One side of the "seashell" is made of authentic stone while the other is made from transparent glass. The design symbolizes Israeli innovation and technology as well as represents the dialogue between humanity and nature, the earth and the sky, as well as the past and the future.

Pavilion display: The pavilion highlights innovation and ancient Jewish culture. It consists of three areas: the Whispering Garden, the Hall of Light and the Hall of Innovations. The Whispering Garden is an orchard that greets visitors as they enter the building. Inside the natural stone is the Hall of Innovations, symbolizing links with the earth and history, and the recycling of natural resources. Under the transparent glass is the Hall of Light, symbolizing technology, transparency, lightness and the future.

Pavilion highlights

Green Orchard - A green orchard will come into view as visitors enter the pavilion. About 50 orange trees have been planted, and technology will make the trees "whisper" in English and Chinese when visitors walk close to them. Here, everyone is expected to be in direct touch with nature and the irrigation technology that the Israelis take pride in.

Innovation - The Hall of Light features a 15-meter screen that shows films highlighting the country's innovations and technological achievements. As the centerpiece of the pavilion, the Hall of Innovations presents an audiovisual show which will allow visitors to hear from Israeli children, scientists, doctors and inventors via hundreds of screens. Each light sphere here represents innovation and technical breakthrough in such fields as agriculture, food, pharmacology, solar and green energy, science, music, literature, high-tech, telecommunication and security.

The "Capsule" - Highlights include a capsule containing a mini-camera that can be swallowed for internal medical checks. The camera can then be discharged naturally, giving no pain for the patient. It is displayed at the Hall of Innovations.

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Singapore Pavilion at Shankhai Expo 2010

I have decided to post the countries pavilion and its relevant information and pictures from "World Expo 2010". I don't want to just randomly choose the countries. Thus I have found the optimal solution which is that I am going to post those countries that I have been to and some of the countries that are totally awesome and different from the crowd. So stay tuned folks!

Firstly, I am gonna start with Singapore pavilion which looks totally amazing. And I am sure you will enjoy it too. 

-Pavilion theme: Urban Symphony
-Pavilion features: The music-box-like Singapore Pavilion is a two-story structure with an "Urban Symphony" theme. The theme is inspired by the harmony of unique elements in Singapore: progress and sustainability, urbanization and greenery, tradition and modernity and a cosmopolitan mix of residents of different races living peacefully together.

-Pavilion Display: The two environmental aspects that Singapore has successfully tackled in balancing progress with sustainability – water and garden – form the soft scape of the pavilion as its two design elements. The pavilion incorporates an orchestra of elements into its design – music fountains, an interplay of sounds and visuals, and roof garden flora, with the country's unique rhythm and melody.

-Pavilion highlights:

  • Unique Design Supported by four columns of different profiles, the entire structural system features floors of different shapes and sizes, connected by ramps and stairs suspended from trusses smoothly, to form a tensional balance, which symbolizes a harmonious coexistence of people who live, work and have fun in Singapore.

  • "Hanging Garden" The unique Singapore experience will culminate in the "Hanging Garden" - a rooftop garden landscaped with mysterious flora and music fountains. Here visitors will get a first-hand feel of Singapore as a Garden City.

  • Singapore Pavilion also highlights its environment-friendly design. Facade slits and chilled water along the perimeter of the ground floor center space will help reduce massive energy consumption whilst recyclable building materials will feature extensively.

  • Beautiful Night View Fountains at the square outside of the pavilion is a preludeof "Urban Symphony". When night falls, dazzling light rays flow out from the interlaced windows and facade slits, rendering the "Music Box" with more charming beauties.

Mongolian Pavilion at Shankhai Expo 2010

Yo Folks! This is gonna be my first post. I just wanna talk about Shanghai Expo 2010 and especially the Mongolian pavilion they have made. Well its just an eye-popping creation and the first time when I saw this, I was like Damn! these people really can do some awesome stuff. I am very sad that I was not able to go and see these beautiful man-made creations of all the countries around the world. But hey! I've got some good pictures. So I just want you guys to view this mesmerizing pictures and wouldn't want you to miss out of anything. The Theme is called " Gobi and the City"

Mongolian Pavilion: A huge dinosaur egg, symbolizing the fragile city, is laid in the center of the pavilion, implying that the urban development shall be based on ecological balance. Two dinosaur skeleton models and distinctive wooden tents are set up in the egg.

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My name is Bayarkhuu Gerelt-Od. I have been producing air for twenty years now. I announced my financial independence last year when I started to work as a marketer in a local company. You may think I look like one of those k-pop star and well I am. My name is Kim Su Yon and my stage name is Rain - bow. have been singing and performing for my whole life. 

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