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  • TAIEX could see corrections before mid February: analysts

    TAIWAN News
    1 Feb 2015 | 4:15 pm
    Taipei, Feb. 1 (CNA) The Taiwan capitalization weighted stock index, the benchmark index on the local main board, could be
  • Taiwan hosts one of Asia's biggest gaming events - CCTV-America

    TAIWAN news - Google News
    31 Jan 2015 | 5:42 pm
    CCTV-AmericaTaiwan hosts one of Asia's biggest gaming eventsCCTV-AmericaFans got hold of the latest titles and gadgets at the Taipei Game Show. This is one of leading international network and digital interactive game exhibitions in Asia. Much of the gamers' attention remained on big console releases from industry titans
  • Ko blasted for touting merits of colonialism

    China Post Online - Taiwan , News
    31 Jan 2015 | 8:00 am
    (ChinaPost.com.tw) - Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je's (柯文哲) remarks that longer periods of colonialism produce more advanced cultures drew wide criticism in Taiwan yesterday.
  • Hawks beat Trail Blazers for 18th consecutive win

    Taipei Times
    31 Jan 2015 | 4:00 pm
  • Tsai, Chu under pressure in presidential race

    Taiwan News
    31 Jan 2015 | 9:15 pm
    A freshly published survey on local politicians' likeability has shed light on possible developments leading to the 2016 presidential election. In terms of likeability, Kaohsiung Mayor Chen Chu garnered 72.5 percent, beating all other major political figures.
 
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  • Taiwan hosts one of Asia's biggest gaming events - CCTV-America

    31 Jan 2015 | 5:42 pm
    CCTV-AmericaTaiwan hosts one of Asia's biggest gaming eventsCCTV-AmericaFans got hold of the latest titles and gadgets at the Taipei Game Show. This is one of leading international network and digital interactive game exhibitions in Asia. Much of the gamers' attention remained on big console releases from industry titans
  • Taiwan Semiconductor: No Need To Panic Yet - Seeking Alpha (registration)

    31 Jan 2015 | 12:45 pm
    Focus Taiwan News ChannelTaiwan Semiconductor: No Need To Panic YetSeeking Alpha (registration)Apple will give part of the business of delivery of A9 and A9X chips to Samsung as opposed to Taiwan Semiconductor. This is partly due to TSMC being a bit behind the curve as far as production of 16nm FinFET chips goes. TSMC will, however, realize more ...TSMC's 12-inch wafer capacity ranks 5th in worldFocus Taiwan News Channelall 3 news articles »
  • One killed, two injured on Martin Scorsese film set in Taiwan - Sydney Morning Herald

    31 Jan 2015 | 8:57 am
    Sydney Morning HeraldOne killed, two injured on Martin Scorsese film set in TaiwanSydney Morning HeraldScorsese is the latest Hollywood heavyweight to film in Taiwan in recent years, following Taiwan-born director Ang Lee who filmed Oscar-winning 3D adventure Life of Pi on the island, and French director Luc Besson, who shot some of his sci-fi thriller Martin Scorsese Taiwan: 'Silence' More Problems After Ceiling Collapses Food World NewsMartin Scorsese Taiwan: One Dead, Two Injured on Martin Scorsese's Movie SetThe Cubic Laneall 59 news articles »
  • Navy Takes Lead in Taiwan Military Reshuffle - DefenseNews.com

    31 Jan 2015 | 6:32 am
    DefenseNews.comNavy Takes Lead in Taiwan Military ReshuffleDefenseNews.comTAIPEI — Taiwan's military has undergone a major reshuffle among its top brass with naval officials rising to top positions — which could bode well for the service in future budgets. The turnover marks the first time the Navy has taken the top slot New Taiwan defense minister calls for vigilance over Chinese espionageWantChinaTimesall 3 news articles »
  • Worker killed on Taiwan set of Scorsese film - USA TODAY

    29 Jan 2015 | 10:19 am
    USA TODAYWorker killed on Taiwan set of Scorsese filmUSA TODAYA worker was killed on Thursday at a Taiwanese film lot where Martin Scorsese was preparing to shoot his new movie, Silence starring Liam Neeson, according to a publicist for the famed director. Leslee Dart, spokeswoman for Scorsese, called it "an ...Ceiling collapse kills one on Martin Scorsese set in TaiwanReutersAccident kills worker on Taiwan set of Martin Scorsese filmLos Angeles TimesTragic Death On Taiwan Set Of Martin Scorsese-Directed 'Silence'Deadline.comSFGate -Just Jaredall 268 news…
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    China Post Online - Taiwan , News

  • Ko blasted for touting merits of colonialism

    31 Jan 2015 | 8:00 am
    (ChinaPost.com.tw) - Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je's (柯文哲) remarks that longer periods of colonialism produce more advanced cultures drew wide criticism in Taiwan yesterday.
  • Manufacturing activity remains slow for 10th month

    31 Jan 2015 | 8:00 am
    (ChinaPost.com.tw) - Taiwan's manufacturing activity remained slow for the 10th consecutive month with the manufacturing composite index still flashing a “yellow-blue” light in December, according to the Taiwan Institute of Economic Research (TIER, 台灣經濟研究院).
  • Cherry blossom viewing hotspots in Greater Taipei

    31 Jan 2015 | 8:00 am
    (ChinaPost.com.tw) - It's cherry blossom season in Northern Taiwan. Yangmingshan (陽明山), reliably a favorite spot each year, is already playing host to crowds attracted by the sight of the first cream and pink blossoms.
  • Four illegal fishing ships now hide in Taiwan waters: Indonesia

    31 Jan 2015 | 8:00 am
    (ChinaPost.com.tw) - Four boats that were conducing illegal fishing around Indonesia have entered Taiwan territorial waters in their attempts to evade capture, said the Indonesian government.
  • Taichung Fire Dept. OKs sleep on night shift

    31 Jan 2015 | 8:00 am
    (ChinaPost.com.tw) - Starting today, the Taichung Fire Department is changing its policy of “late-night duty” to “sleeping on duty.” If the policy receives good feedback, it will be expanded, according to Taichung Mayor Lin Chia-lung.
 
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    Taiwan News

  • Tsai, Chu under pressure in presidential race

    31 Jan 2015 | 9:15 pm
    A freshly published survey on local politicians' likeability has shed light on possible developments leading to the 2016 presidential election. In terms of likeability, Kaohsiung Mayor Chen Chu garnered 72.5 percent, beating all other major political figures.
  • Cherry blossom viewing hotspots in Greater Taipei

    31 Jan 2015 | 5:15 pm
    It's cherry blossom season in Northern Taiwan. Yangmingshan , reliably a favorite spot each year, is already playing host to crowds attracted by the sight of the first cream and pink blossoms.
  • Taiwan games show appears to tease sequel to Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance

    31 Jan 2015 | 1:01 pm
    A games expo in Taiwan this weekend appears to have teased a sequel for 2013's Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance. The tease came in this sizzle reel put on by Sony at Taipei Games Show 2015.
  • Malaysian female climber killed on Snow Mountain

    31 Jan 2015 | 8:46 am
    A Malaysian woman was killed Friday when she fell into a valley while climbing Taiwan's second highest mountain Hsuehshan, also known as Snow Mountain, the Taichung City Fire Bureau said. The bureau said it was alerted by the fire department in Yilan County that an 11-member team was climbing the 3,886-meter high main peak of Snow Mountain when the 42-year-old woman fell into the ravine at the 10.7-kilometer mark on the trail.
  • Stiffer water rates planned for next year

    31 Jan 2015 | 4:36 am
    The Ministry of Economic Affairs announced yesterday that it will impose higher water rates on users whose water consumption is more than 1,000 cubic meters starting next year. According to the MOEA, the new rule will affect 5,885 water users who will have to pick up an extra 10 to 30 percent water rate in addition to standard fees.
 
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    The View from Taiwan

  • Ko Interviewed in Foreign Policy

    31 Jan 2015 | 2:26 am
    Pages from Steve McQueen's biography about filming The Sand Pebbles in Taiwan passed around Facebook.I'm offline for four or five days this week...There are many strains of Chinese thinking about Being Chinese. For every ten or twenty blusters about the awesomeness of Chinese culture, there's one person adhering to the Bo Yang strain. Like Ko Wen-je, the new mayor of Taipei, who observed in an interview with Foreign Policy:For the [world’s] four Chinese-speaking regions — Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Mainland China — the longer the colonization, the more advanced a place is. It’s…
  • Objectively and Pragmatically Sliding into the Abyss

    28 Jan 2015 | 5:30 am
    This little wooden building was the most fascinating thing I saw in Lukang today. What was it for?"Objective" is one of the most important words in political discourse in Taiwan society. When it is deployed, it is a signal that the speaker demands that you kowtow to power. It came out this week in the furor over the salami slicing strategy that China is working up to deploy against Taiwan, little by little slicing away at its sovereignty. In that case, China says it is happy to talk about the new airline routes in the Strait, but doesn't appear to want to alter them. Talking about the…
  • Catching Up

    26 Jan 2015 | 6:46 am
    Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je with very high approval ratings. 68% satisfied, 13% not satisfied.Sorry, been busy. But with the semester over... oh heck, I'll still be busy. But let me sneak in a blog post...The Taipei Times reports on NCCU's survey, which probably underestimates the numbers:The university’s Election Study Center poll showed that 60.6 percent of respondents regard themselves as Taiwanese, while 23.9 percent support Taiwanese independence.If you go to the main page, you'll soon find that the NCCU format uses the choices of unification, maintain status quo, independence, or no…
  • In which I become a famous bike company store operator

    22 Jan 2015 | 11:48 pm
    You didn't know I was a bike company store operator? Neither did I. Lately a couple of people contacted me about race-bicycles. It says they are based at 185 Warehouse in Taichung and their manager is James Murray. James is a friend of mine, and I know he doesn't work at this company, and neither do I, although there is my picture above his name on their About page.  I've been to 185 Warehouse many times, and never seen nor heard of this firm. I'm sure they'll correct this error about who their store manager is. I'm pretty sure I'm not managing a bike store, although that would…
  • Ko Wen-je VS the Construction-Industrial State: Ko wins one

    21 Jan 2015 | 7:31 pm
    Beachcombing in Hsinchu.Taipei mayor Ko Wen-je is rocking the construction-industrial state. The Taipei Times reports...The Taipei Dome and Farglory’s contract had become a source of controversy in recent days as Ko and his administrative team began looking at several major projects either underway or in the proposal stage.Prior to last night’s meeting, Ko had said the Dome contract would have to be revised to increase the penalties for failing to meet deadlines. He also said discrepancies between the initial contract terms during the bidding process and the firm’s final contract needed…
 
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    David on Formosa

  • Taiwan Studies takes centre stage at ANU

    David Reid
    10 Jan 2015 | 4:31 pm
    I’ve just spent the past week in Canberra attending a Taiwan Studies conference at Australian National University (ANU). The conference titled “Taiwan: The View from the South” was hosted by the Australian Centre on China in the World. The conference brought together scholars from Australia, Taiwan and other countries It was the first time that I had been involved in a Taiwan related academic activity in Australia. It was great to renew some of my connections with Taiwan, especially meeting with my supervisor Dr David Blundell. It was also a good opportunity to learn more…
  • Taiwan needs absentee voting

    David Reid
    3 Dec 2014 | 12:18 pm
    The following letter was published in the Taipei Times today. In the letter I suggest that Taiwan should adopt pre-poll and absentee voting to reduce the level of disenfranchisement in elections. On the same day that voters turned out for the nine-in-one elections in Taiwan, there was also a state election in Victoria, Australia. I followed both elections with interest and voted in my home state of Victoria. Voters in both Victoria and Taiwan can be pleased about the way the elections were conducted and have a high degree of confidence in the integrity of the results. One major difference…
  • Election results reflect deep concerns of Taiwan’s citizens: Bruce Jacobs

    David Reid
    30 Nov 2014 | 8:48 pm
    The following commentary by Bruce Jacobs, Emeritus Professor of Asian Languages and Studies at Monash University, was originally published on The Conversation. Voters assert themselves as Taiwanese in a warning to KMT By Bruce Jacobs, Monash University Taiwan’s opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has won an unprecedented landslide victory in the country’s local elections. The ruling Kuomintang (KMT) won only one of Taiwan’s six largest “special municipalities” in voting on Saturday and this by a very narrow margin. Elsewhere, the DPP won unexpected victories in many…
  • The battle for Taichung on social media

    David Reid
    26 Nov 2014 | 2:45 am
    Taichung is a key battleground in Taiwan’s local elections. Overall victory or defeat in the elections is likely to be judged on who wins the mayoral race in Taichung. Both major parties have a realistic chance of winning what is likely to be a close contest. Hence, they will be investing a great deal in their campaigns. The closeness of the contest in Taichung makes it an ideal site for analysing and comparing the campaign strategies of the two major parties. In this post I have done some basic analysis of how the two mayoral candidates are using social media to get their message out…
  • Taiwanese community in Melbourne shows support for Sunflower Movement

    David Reid
    30 Mar 2014 | 8:55 pm
    About 500 members of the Taiwanese community rallied outside the State Library in Melbourne yesterday. The rally was part of a worldwide action with other events taking place in major cities of Australia, Europe, Asia and North America to show solidarity with Taiwan’s Sunflower Movement. At the same time as the event in Melbourne a crowd estimated at 350,000 was turning out in Taipei. This represented a massive show of public support for the student-led Sunflower Movement which has occupied the Legislative Yuan in Taipei since 18 March. The movement’s key aim is to ensure that…
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  • Goodbye To The Wild West!

    thenhbushman
    22 Jan 2015 | 7:23 am
    Photo by MJ Klein Our longtime friend, Peter Lo, is closing the Wild West.  We had some great times there, and many musical shows.  We want to personally thank Peter for his support of our music and events.  The Wild West will be missed! Related Posts :September 8th Wild West Block PartyUPDATE: The date has been changed to September 8, 2012. Our readers are invited to join us for a block party at the Wild West Chophouse in Zhub ...Block Party This WeekendRemember everyone, the Wild West Block Party is this Saturday, September 8, 2012.  Hope to see you all there!Our Friday Night GigPhotos…
  • 2 Year Old Phoenix, Dancing

    thenhbushman
    25 Dec 2014 | 2:27 am
    Taken recently at a friend’s wedding reception: Related Posts :Phoenix Tries Ice CreamVideo by MJ Klein Phoenix and Daddy TalkingVideo my MJ Klein Phoenix is very vocal these days, but she isn't saying so many intelligible words just yet.  Nevertheless, that doesn't stop ...Baby Phoenix Learns How To CrawlVideo by MJ Klein Phoenix can crawl now, but she's not quite an expert yet.  Check out the video: She can also lift herself up and stand w ...Phoenix VideoVideo by MJ Klein I'm replacing the previous video with a cuter one.  So, enjoy! Stingray Puts On A Good ShowVideo by MJ Klein…
  • In Memory Of….

    thenhbushman
    19 Dec 2014 | 2:28 am
    Our long time friend, Mr. Chris Case (shown on the left, above) lost his battle with leukemia this morning.  Chris hosted our blog since it’s inception in 2005 , and our commercial site since the beginning in 2003.  Chris was a longtime supporter of our blog, music and our commercial enterprises.  He will be missed very much. I spoke with Chris on the phone a few days ago.  Typical of him, he played down his situation and told me that he was going to make it – he had the spirit to fight the disease that was trying to kill him.  Chris wasn’t the kind of man who would…
  • Trying A New Format

    thenhbushman
    14 Dec 2014 | 8:14 pm
    I’ve removed all the stuff from the right sidebar, and moved it to the left side, so I can insert photos on a larger size.  Please let me know how you like the larger size photos.  If the right sidebar remains clear, I can keep all photos large, like this one below: The Nissan GT-R is my favorite car, and there is one in Hsinchu city that is sometimes parked near the Big City mall.  I took a few photos with my mobile phone. Related Posts :Lunar New Year PhotosPhotos by MJ Klein & Hui-chen Hello everyone!  We're back from the Lunar New Year in Kaohsiung.  We apologize for being…
  • The Taiwan Pavilion

    thenhbushman
    10 Nov 2014 | 8:34 am
    Photos by MJ Klein (many of them are geotagged) Hui-chen and I took Phoenix in tow with us to the new Global Mall and what we have come to call, “the big ball.”  This big ball, made in Taiwan, is a round display that was all the rage way back when it went on display in Shanghai where it caused quite a stir.  No one had seen anything like it.  Now, years later, this round display is in a purpose-built building that is part of the Global Mall complex. We began our visit with lunch on the second-floor food court.  Phoenix loves the camera and I couldn’t resist snapping…
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    The Daily Bubble Tea

  • Xinyi Township Plum Blossoms

    Todd Alperovitz
    18 Jan 2015 | 8:06 am
    Here are a handful of photographs from our family’s trip to Nantou County’s Xinyi Township [信義鄉] to see plum blossoms [梅花]. We’ve visited several times and it gets more and more popular every year. We saw a parking spot while inching up the mountain towards Fengguidou [風櫃斗] but opted to continue driving to the Liujia Plum Farm [] down the mountain instead. That turned out to be an even bigger parking nightmare so I decided we should park beyond the farm so getting out would be easier. We ended up parking in Xinxiang Village [新鄉村] which according to…
  • Oct / Nov / Dec Instagrams

    Todd Alperovitz
    4 Jan 2015 | 8:02 am
    Here’s a handful of images posted to Instagram from October through December. There wasn’t much posted during that period as my phone was having technical difficulties. These images were taken in Jhongsing Village and Caotun Township in Nantou County. Glow The Mothman Prophecies Greens and Blues The White House Looking for a Home An Alley in Caotun Township
  • Leofoo Resort

    Todd Alperovitz
    17 Oct 2014 | 9:18 am
    Room with a View Our children had a fabulous time during our family adventure to Leofoo Resort in Hsinchu County. The resort’s main attraction is the fantastic view guests have of the hotel’s courtyard. Inside are seven different kinds of animals: giraffes, rhinoceroses, zebras, lemurs, goats, flamingos, and tortoises. The lemurs there are extremely bold. They’ll often jump on the walkway and won’t even flinch until a visitor gets around a half a meter from them. Then they’ll jump or run away.  One of them hit me in the face with its tail as it jumped while I…
  • September Instagrams

    Todd Alperovitz
    16 Oct 2014 | 8:09 am
    Here are a half a dozen images posted to Instagram during September. This installment’s images were taken in Caotun Township, Taichung City, and Nantou City. Aluminum [see note #1]  #61 [see note #2]  Metal Mayhem  Light Show [see note #3] The Universe [see note #4] Notes: This is probably the first time I’ve purposely used the flash on my smartphone. It’s a picture of the side of a factory taken while some of my adult students and I were waiting for a representative from the security company to debug the security system so we could all go home. Our…
  • I Want to Believe

    Todd Alperovitz
    7 Oct 2014 | 7:53 am
    The Douli Invasion
 
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    Fili's World

  • National Museum of History at Chapultepec Castle : Mexico City

    Fili
    27 Jan 2015 | 2:43 pm
    Chapultepec Castle at the Chapultepec Park is a great way to kick off Mexico City. It combines a castle, a national museum, a huge park with lots of activities, and most importantly – a grand view of Mexico City from above. Although most of the exhibitions are not in English, and you’ll need a guide to fully appreciate everything going on, it has a lot to offer to any visitor. You can easily spend half a day there and then the rest of the day around the park strolling around and enjoying some outdoors local food near the large lake. Also in the nearby area are the National Museum…
  • The Gateway Arch : Saint Louis Missouri

    Fili
    25 Jan 2015 | 10:14 am
    When people think of Saint Louis they usually picture the iconic Gateway Arch. The first and last time I saw the arch was during my time in the US as a kid during the late 1980s, and so I was eager to have another chance to visit. The arch was far more spectacular than I remembered, and I was now able to fully appreciate its grandeur, the architectural complexity and the esthetics. In a rather unassuming somewhat ordinary large American city, this arch stands out as something very unique. Aside from the architecture, the arch also has a very narrow observation deck, and you can make you way…
  • Missouri Botanical Garden : Saint Louis

    Fili
    24 Jan 2015 | 1:14 pm
    Dating back to 1859, the Missouri Botanical Garden in Saint Louis is one of the oldest botanical gardens in the US. There are quite a few things to see and do in Saint Louis, and together with the world famous arch this was definitely one of the highlights in my very short visit in the city with a weekend trip away from Champaign in Illinois. My favorite part, it would come as no surprise, were the Asian gardens, especially the Japanese. I caught it at a good time with the autumn colorful trees reflecting onto the lake. With 79 acres, this is a very large area, and you can spend half a day…
  • Ro Ho En – Japanese Friendship Garden : Phoenix

    Fili
    22 Jan 2015 | 4:22 pm
    Part of the Phoenix charm is with its desert scenery. Not much green, very distinct vegetation, so when you tour around Phoenix you become used to the yellowish flavor of it all. Which is why the Ro Ho En – the Japanese Friendship Garden – near the heart of Phoenix is very surprising. Somehow, I’m not sure how, they’ve created this green and blue oasis in the middle of the desert. Going in, you’re transported across the globe to Japan, with small fountains and pagodas, white sand, lakes and pleasant walking paths. It isn’t very big, but the strong contrast…
  • Musée Fort de la Pompelle, Hautvillers & Basilique Saint-Remi: Champagne France

    Fili
    18 Jan 2015 | 11:11 am
    Roaming around Champagne there are a few things to see that go beyond wineries, although it is mainly limited to two categories – religion and war. In terms of war, there’s plenty left from the world wars that had a strong impact on France. In Champagne you have the Musée Fort de la Pompelle a newly opened museum about the history behind the Fort de la Pompelle which was used to defend the area around Reims. It was completely destoroyed in the first world war only to be ressurected as a museum for the fallen in recent years…              …
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    Mark Forman: Photo Land

  • On Learning Martian

    Mark Forman
    25 Jan 2015 | 6:36 pm
    Photography is something that was always easier for me when alone. Numerous times when I went out with my son for some father son time if I brought the camera I'd find myself ignoring him some because I was distracted by 'shots" that caught my eye. I got tired of this tug of war and so if I wanted to spend time with my son, I didn't bring the camera. Lately I've been going for regular photo walks with my friend Gabe (the photographer next to the Martian text). It is still a little bit distracting having someone with you, but a bit easier since they too have a camera and they get the "being in…
  • GaoMei Wetlands

    Mark Forman
    19 Jan 2015 | 5:00 pm
    GaoMei Wetlands by Mark Forman on Exposure
  • Abstracting the Essence

    Mark Forman
    27 Nov 2014 | 10:37 pm
    One part of photography I really love is doing abstract photos. Abstract is a pretty broad word meaning different things to different people. What I like is taking something and giving it much greater significance than it's original context-so you can also say exaggerating that element. It can also mean something that loses it's natural state and appears somewhat altered. 50mm lenses generally are good lenses for doing those kind of abstractions as in this case. Side view of small Buddha statue in on room of the WenWu Temple-Lukang, Taiwan.
  • Deep in Thought

    Mark Forman
    5 Nov 2014 | 5:57 pm
    The smoking thing-did it a number of times and quit a number of times until one day I finally did quit for a long time through now-I want to say about 11 years(don't miss it at all). What helped me finally to quit was realizing that I was taking anti-oxidants which were good for my body and cost me money and the smoking was working against them and also costing me money, offending my family, etc. Anyhow-this post is not about anti-smoking. In fact it's about how cool smoking looks visually. It enables the eye to focus on the cigarette, the expressions people make when inhaling, exhaling,…
  • 10/10

    Mark Forman
    2 Nov 2014 | 2:38 pm
    This is a photo essay I did on this years 10/10 Taiwan national holiday. 10/10
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    Peanuts Daily

  • Proof that aliens are on earth (In Russia)

    peanutsdaily
    29 Jan 2015 | 11:45 pm
    You can believe or not in aliens’s existence, this is your right. But if you don’t believe in them, then you are wrong and we are going to demonstrate it. Like many existential questions, the existence of aliens is one of them and it has not been resolved until now. We are going to give […] The post Proof that aliens are on earth (In Russia) appeared first on Peanuts Daily.
  • Plastic bottles’ collector makes a lot of money

    peanutsdaily
    27 Jan 2015 | 3:30 pm
    If you’ve ever spent your working hours navigating a gray cubicle maze or strangling yourself with clothing hangars at a retail job, just about anything seems like a valid career alternative. Even, we’ll admit to daydreaming, joining those guys who pick bottles and cans out of your apartment trash every morning. Fresh air! Exercise! The […] The post Plastic bottles’ collector makes a lot of money appeared first on Peanuts Daily.
  • Horoscope January 26th to 1st of February

    peanutsdaily
    25 Jan 2015 | 3:30 pm
    Our team of psychics, astrologists and soothsayers discovered what will happen this week for you. Here is Peanuts Daily’s Horoscope January 26th to 1st of February 2015.   Aries: You have to quit your job this week and start an enterprise with a close friend. Any partnership formed this week will be more successful and beneficial […] The post Horoscope January 26th to 1st of February appeared first on Peanuts Daily.
  • Beijing marathon runners lost in smog

    peanutsdaily
    21 Jan 2015 | 12:55 am
    Some 30,000 athletes took part in an International Marathon in China’s capital on Sunday, with many participants wearing facemasks during the 42 kilometer (26 mile) course. Beijing was enveloped in smog, said to be ‘hazardous’ by monitors. With severe air pollution being no news to China, organizers refused to cancel the event despite experts’ warnings, […] The post Beijing marathon runners lost in smog appeared first on Peanuts Daily.
  • Horoscope from 19th to 25th of January 2015

    peanutsdaily
    18 Jan 2015 | 3:30 pm
    Our team of psychics, astrologists and soothsayers discovered what will happen this week for you. Here is Peanuts Daily’s Horoscope from 19th to 25th of January 2015.   Aries: Your social life will start to be busier than you expected and you don’t like it. Interesting new people are around you and that situation annoys […] The post Horoscope from 19th to 25th of January 2015 appeared first on Peanuts Daily.
 
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