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26 Apr 19
SHOWBIZ • NEWS • INTRIGUES

ATTENDED BY no less than Hollywood actor Steven Segal and his wife Erdenatuya, the star studded opening night with A Party by the River in Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia marked another highlight in its Visit Sarawak Year calendar, AIFFA (Asean Film Festival Awars) 2019’s 4th edition to give its excellence award of recognition to better promote ASEAN films to the international market as one of its objectives…

26 Apr 19
HEALTHY OPINIONS

Brief Introduction Hello readers, my name is “Deepanshu” and today I am very much interested in providing you all with wonderful “tips” and “great ideas” of “HOW TO KEEP YOURSELF PERFECTLY FRESH IN SUMMER” In this Blog I will be telling you ” how to be healthier in this harsh summer” ,INTERNALLY & EXTERNALLY ,Using […]

26 Apr 19
Aмртоп

THE SHOOTING STAR TW: In this piece I will be discussing Herge’s antisemitism in detail, so feel free to give this a miss if that’s a dealbreaker for you. So, with the conclusion of The Crab with the Golden Claws, Hergé had managed to write an apolitical book under German watch and come out unscathed. […]

26 Apr 19
The Lotus of Learning and Spirituality

     Several years ago I begin to embark on a journey that I didn’t understand.  I had been stuck in a place of comfort for so long that when the “Universe” started showing me signs I didn’t recognize what was going on inside of my physical body.  I was suffering from severe migraine headaches […]

26 Apr 19
domalab

As part of the series dedicated to the Veeam Availability Orchestrator this article focuses on the creation of the Veeam VAO Replication job. In particular this job takes care of the VMs that have been replicated to the DR Site. As such now these VMware virtual machines can be used as the scope for testing […]

26 Apr 19
The Disney Fashionista

When the sun is shining, and the water is shimmering we want to feel as splendid as a princess! Of course, while we’re looking for that diamond in the rough prince, we can shine like a diamond in the stunning new Princess Jasmine Swim Collection from Hot Topic! The collection features a gorgeous array of […]

26 Apr 19
High Velocity Sport

Top 10 unforgettable Ayrton Senna Formula 1 moments http://bit.ly/2vpd7Rn Ayrton Senna – who died 25 years ago next week – made an extraordinary impact on Formula 1 in his decade on the grid for the likes of Lotus, Williams and McLaren…. Racing News via All news – Autosport http://bit.ly/2uOa9Ei April 26, 2019 at 01:08AM

26 Apr 19
Bee The Lotus

They always say your living space is a reflection on your mental state. That has been true for many years for me. Hidden boxes with loads of stuff to sort out, bags of bags of bits and pieces piled together. I never really thought about it before as gospel truth but I never feel as […]

26 Apr 19
Turn Left Turn Right

How lovely. It rained all day in between my walks and it’s so nice and cool. And it’s such a good day for liver porridge. I’m in the midst of establishing a healthy liver porridge day weekly for them and it’s coming along fine. The porridge’s a pain but I can live with it. Ooh […]

26 Apr 19
Quartz
Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated cities in the world, and the photographer who perhaps best captured the crammed and almost impenetrable soul of the city was Michael Wolf. The award-winning German-born photographer, perhaps best known for his 2009 series titled “Architecture of Density,” passed away in his sleep at his home on the island of Cheung Chau in Hong Kong this week. He was 65. Born in 1954, Wolf began his career as a photojournalist in Europe and the US before turning his gaze to the more under-appreciated qualities of major cities around the world, including Tokyo, Chicago, and Paris. But he was most fascinated by Hong Kong, where he moved to in 1994, and it was there that he produced his most important body of work. His last book project, Cheung Chau Sunrises, was published this year, and showcased photos taken over the past two years in Hong Kong from 5:30 to 7:30am each morning. “He used to look forward to waking up to see the next sunrise and be curious about what would unfold in front of him,” Sarah Greene, director of Hong Kong’s Blue Lotus Gallery, which represented Wolf, told Quartz. “Everyday he would look at the same landscape but yet it would look different everyday. This was Michael in a nutshell, curious about life, art and photography, a sensitive observer who perceived the world like no other.” Wolf is survived by his wife, Barbara, and son, Jasper. Below are a selection of Wolf’s photos of his home, Hong Kong. Michael Wolf, Architecture of Density #91, Hong Kong, 2006. Blue Lotus Gallery. Michael Wolf, Architecture of Density #91, Hong Kong, 2006. Blue Lotus Gallery. Michael Wolf, Architecture of Density #99, Hong Kong, 2007. Blue Lotus Gallery. Michael Wolf, Architecture of Density #79, Hong Kong, 2006. Blue Lotus Gallery. Michael Wolf, Architecture of Density #31, Hong Kong, 2005. Blue Lotus Gallery. Michael Wolf, Corner House #39, Hong Kong, 2009. Blue Lotus Gallery. Michael Wolf, Corner House #34, Hong Kong, 2009. Blue Lotus Gallery. Michael Wolf, Corner House #24, Hong Kong, 2009. Blue Lotus Gallery. Michael Wolf, Corner House #32, Hong Kong, 2009. Blue Lotus Gallery.
26 Apr 19
The Wordrobe

Umeboshi are a type of salted pickled plum. They’re more like an apricot when raw, but can be found in shops in puréed form. Their sour flavour makes them perfect for fatty ingredients such duck and pork.

26 Apr 19
Just Carlo

If you’re like most people and meditation is scary and foreign or rather facing certain demons  is a deterrent.  Well let me tell you about mantra meditation. In my search for inner peace and quiet and togetherness, I searched for all kinds of meditation and yoga techniques that could center me. I wasn’t really afraid […]

26 Apr 19
Lotus Green Carpet & Rug Care

Newly installed carpets can both give you a good feeling and also a fresh look at your house, but it can be expensive if you have pets at home. Your pets can really be a pain and make the cleaning work tedious if the proper steps are not taken care of. However, here are some […]

26 Apr 19
THE POET BY DAY

“I bring you with reverent hands The books of my numberless dreams.” William Butler Yeats, The Wind Among the Reeds When you are old and gray and full of sleep, And nodding by the fire, take down this book, And slowly read, and dream of the soft look Your eyes had once, and of their […]