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Our Top Ten Photos of 2012

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Since 2010, we (the master of  wjd.in and gzz.in ) selected our top ten photos and posted them in our blog every year. 2012 must have passed, let us enjoy the Top Ten Photos of 2012!

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TOP 10——Early Spring

Title:Early Spring
Location:Luoxiu Road ,Shanghai Xuhui
Time:Jan 23, 2012

TOP 10——Omg Ma Ni Bei Mei Hong

Title:Omg Ma Ni Bei Mei Hong
Location:Tashilhunpo monastery ,Tibet Shigatse
Time:Sep 28, 2012

TOP 10——Summer, Rain, Lotus

Title:Summer, Rain, Lotus
Location:Daming Lake ,Shandong Jinan
Time:Jul 27, 2012

TOP 10——Wait for Lineage

Title:Wait for Lineage
Location:Nam Co ,Tibet Lhasa
Time:Oct 1, 2012

TOP 10——The World Outside

Title:The World Outside
Location:Ba Da Guan ,Shandong Qingdao
Time:Jul 28, 2012

TOP 10——Endless Night

Title:Endless Night
Location:Hong Yadong ,Chongqing Yuzhong
Time:Sep 21, 2012

TOP 10——In Tang Dynasty

Title:In Tang Dynasty
Location:Famen Temple ,Shaanxi Xian
Time:Apr 2, 2012

TOP 10——Capture the Moment

Title:Capture the Moment
Location:Singapore ,Asia
Time:Jan 12, 2012

TOP 10——Mother River

Title:Mother River
Location:The Yellow River ,Gansu Lanzhou
Time:Oct 4, 2012

TOP 10——Toward the Roof of The World

Title:Toward the Roof of The World
Location:Gyatso ,Tibet Dingri
Time:Sep 29, 2012

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Our Top Ten Photos of 2011

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Happy Chinese New Year 2012!

All the world has celebrated new year grandly, but the Chinese who are fast forward in technology are late in celebrating the new year, New year is celebrated somewhere between late January and mid February as per the Lunar solar calendar system, new year happens to fall on January 23 rd this year , the year 2012 will be called as dragon new year Chinese celebrate new year dances, street performances and road shows.

Chinese calendar is symbolized by 12 different animals like dragon, snake, rat, monkey,horse, ram, rooster, dog, pig, ox, tiger and rabbit. each have their own characteristics which can say how the new year is going to be.

2012 is dragon new year which symbolizes power, strength, good luck and means control over water, rainfall, hurricane & flood.

At last,happy Chinese New Year to you in this matter, my friend!

My New Year Wishes of 2012

The year 2012 may be a terrorist, no one knows the outcome, but in any case,  everyone should make a wish!

Today is the first day of 2012, at first, happy new year to you and your family. In this special day, I would like to share my new year wishes with you, my friend.

My New Year Wishes of 2012:

  • I wish my health , and same to the people around me.
  • Emotional stability.
  • Very hard work and make money.
  • Salary increase, at least 40%
  • Create a successful product.
  • Make more friends with Internet experts.
  • Go to Tibet to find Noah’s Ark.
  • Except Tibet, go to a place farther away.
  • Get a Tablet PC.
  • $ 500 or more in prize.
  • More books, more movies, more pictures.
  • Shanghai housing prices to decline steadily, to buy a set of.
  • Accelerate the reform of a country.
  • London Olympic Games successfully.
  • National elections, large enough to impact on the world.
  • Improve its image, exercise, return to the young.
  • More rest, more time and space of my own.
  • Time must be adequate.
  • End of the world not to come, but it must be a major reshuffle.
  • Hope 2012 is an extraordinary year.

My wishes is difficult to achieve it? I don’t think so.Let me realize these wishes slowly and slowly in the 365 days of 2012. Thanks for reading!

The last wishes:

My New Year Wishes of 2011

Is the Japanese Earthquake a sign of “2012”?

Strong earthquakes hit the Tohoku Region in the afternoon of March 11, triggering several meter high tsunami waves that caused massive destruction and loss of human lives in areas along the Pacific coast of eastern Japan, especially in Miyagi, Iwate and Fukushima Prefectures.

The earthquake itself caused major damage in areas close to the epicenter, as well as scattered fires and damage across the Tohoku and eastern Kanto area, although it did not cause widespread damage in any major city as seen in Kobe in 1995. The tsunami, however, caused extensive damage beyond imagination in coastal areas along the Pacific coast of northeastern Honshu.

Two nuclear reactors at the coast of Fukushima Prefecture suffered damage from the earthquake and tsunami. Authorities have issued evacuation orders to people living within 20 kilometers of the first reactor and within 10 kilometers of the second reactor. Prospective travelers to Japan should keep an eye on the evolving matter.

The damage to the nuclear plants is also causing a power shortage in Eastern Japan. As a result, rolling blackouts are carried out in the Greater Tokyo Region from today for an undetermined period of time. Power is switched off for 3-hour periods in rotation between five areas from 6:20am to 10pm. Most of central Tokyo is excluded from the blackouts.

Some areas of Tokyo and the following major tourist destinations will be affected by the rolling blackouts: Yokohama, Kamakura, Hakone, the Fuji Five Lake region, the Izu Peninsula and Nikko.

All major airports (except Sendai Airport) are open and operating. Transportation between Narita Airport and central Tokyo is affected by a reduction and cancellations of train and bus services.

Due to the power shortage, many train lines in the Greater Tokyo Region are operating at reduced frequencies or stop service during certain periods of the day. Some lines are stopped for the entire day.

Most trains in the Tohoku Region remain out of service for an undetermined time.Trains are running normally in the other parts of Japan, including the Kansai Region around Osaka and Kyoto, the Chubu Region around Nagoya (except some parts of Shizuoka and Yamanashi that are also affected by the blackouts), Kyushu, Shikoku, Hokkaido and Okinawa.

For the above reasons, prospective tourists are advised not to visit the Tohoku Region and to reconsider traveling to the Greater Tokyo Region as long as the power blackouts are carried out. Visits to Western Japan should remain little affected by the disaster.