Honda Malaysia’s newest 3S Centre in Perak has been rated ‘Gold’ under the Green Building
It’s a very sporty month for BMW Malaysia as they launch yet another M Sport equipped car - the
BMW 1M, M1, M2, M3, M4, M5, M6, and M8. See what number is missing there?
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Currently looking at that M series pretty yellow gold color BMW came out with and it’s actually super gorgeous in person
It is true in general http://www.autoblog.com/2010/10/06/study-silver-stretches-its-lead-as-most-popular-car-color/ and historically has been true for the BMW 3 series. There are different theories - conservatism of the buyers, some color experts says it is an aspirational color (as in silver is more obtainable than gold as a metal - although BMW does not make that many gold colored cars), most likely a combination of easy to clean, does not show dirt, does not show scratches, and conservative preference.
I love unique interesting, uncommon colors, I would definitely pick that new gold color. It’s incredible. Very eye catching, gorgeous.
Things you can learn from people of Tamil Nadu(especially, Chennai) - 1) Simple living high earning! I have seen many wealthy Tamilians, yet they look overwhelmingly simple. The same white colored "Lungi" and/or "Veshti" with perfectly ironed white color Shirt. That is all. ,2) All that glitters is actually gold- People have an amazing fetish for gold over there. We can see many women wearing allot of gold around their body. Many Tamilian families do have their investments high up stake in this genre. That is why Malabar gold, Muthoot finance etc. are very popular over there. 3) Cosmopolitan- There is this place in Chennai known as Nugambakkam, which is entirely established and colonized by ,Marwari,'s. Needless, to say Chennai has been ranked as the 9th best cosmopolitan city in the world. Sources -,Chennai named 9th best cosmopolitan city in the world 4) Obsession for luxurious cars- While this can be seen in many parts of the country, but the kind of obsession Tamlians have is uncanny. You can see Aston Martin, BMW 7 series etc. in every second parking-lots. Further, the obsession is so simplistic, that you cannot differentiate between the driver and the owner of the car(both have same attire). 5) Manufacturing Industries and Technology- The automotive industry of Chennai comprises 30% of the India's automobile and 35% of India's automotive assembly parts. ,Automotive industry in Chennai, has a wonderful, state-of-the-art assembly plant in India for BMW 3 and 5 series. 6) The Art and the culture- Call it a stereotype, but this is what I have observed in very many Tamilian families- Every boy must be into arts, dramatics, and music and every girl in the house must be into classical dancing(especially, ,Bharata Natyam,). Plus, Chennai has ,KM Music Conservatory,, which is a higher education institution founded by ,A. R. Rahman,, that provides various part time as well as full time courses related to Hindustani, Western Classical Music and Music technology. 7) Chettinad food- Though, my answer was completely biased towards one city of Tamil Nadu(Chennai), but I think, I would like to add the populiarity of Chettinad food. Well, Chetinad is a region lies in the district of Sivaganga , in Tamil Nadu. People from the land of Kariakudi, whom I have interacted personally, claimed that, this food is popular outside India as well. You can find many restaurants going by "Chetinad food" menus. UPDATE - As ,Sravanthi Mogili, pointed out. Soucarpet is actually the place colonized by Telugu's and Marvadis. However, I have seen many colonizers of Nungabakkam happen to be Marvadis. But, yes Soucarpet also been populated by Telugus & Marvadis.
Background : ,I am Canadian citizen, from the east Indian origin, soon I be here for 50 years, I have two master’s degrees, worked in the dairy/food/flavor industry for 30 years, managerial to executive position, now self employed for the last 15 years. I have worked with Chinese in various capacities for the last 4 decades, have tremendous affinity for China from my early childhood,due to a teacher who fired my imagination. I do not know my thoughts have any meaning anymore where 100 people have already said their wisdom. Regardless, I am going to say a few words. Gender equality: This is based on my observation women have almost or may in fact more powerful than men, they are working shoulder to shoulder with men in every-field. I truly believe China has surpassed all the standards of modern world. Fastest train in the world: As of today, China has the fastest train in the world, which attains maximum speed of 431 km/hr, covers 30 km in 8 minutes from downtown Shanghai to the airport. One of the most safest country in the world: Extremely low violent crime, and low on petty crimes, even in huge cities like Beijing and Shanghai I had no fear of being robbed on the street. You respect them they respect you it is as simple as that. Food Capital of the world: China today has total monopoly of the Chinese cuisine in the world, when the French people are eating or at least willing to give it a try to Chinese food, then there is not much left to say. Chinese food is not sweet and sour meat balls, and stir fry which you tried in mom and pop, restaurants or your overseas relative gave you some soy sauce and you put it on rice and everything to make it Chinese food. Chinese food in China is extremely intricate matter, and a serious one too, one life may not be enough to try each and every food, in China. One of the very best subway/public transport system in the world: China has most likely as of today one the very best public transport system in the world and very safe records also. Their President and first lady are darling of the Chinese, President with 8.7/10 approval rating inside and outside the country. Source: The World’s Most Popular Leader: China’s President Xi Chinese food is very healthy relatively speaking. They eat lots and lots of green vegetable, mostly fat free cooking, gently steamed, hardly red meat, may be thin strips of chicken and pork and I did not see much use of sugar either. Most of the Chinese are physically very active: That is why most of them are thin, slim and fit. They believe in BMW(Bike, Metro, and Walking) It is myth they eat lot of rice: I did not see during my several visits even in group eating that they ate much rice, in fact it is all leafy green vegetables their staple food. Tons of Chinese tea: Their favorite drink is Chinese tea, which is considered to be very healthy, Silk Capital of the world: For thousands of years China ruled and had monopoly of this industry, even today China is at the top. Most of the Chinese may be considered atheist, but I believe they found true God: , Their lives revolve around Buddhism/Taoism/Confucianism of hard work, honesty, simple living and Karma, most to them understand the real meaning of Karma. Police is not harassing public unnecessarily: I believe Chinese police was more like a friend and helping than corrupt bullies, I did not even saw once that they were bothering anyone unnecessarily. I believe they do not even carry guns, and at some places they were dressed very casually, to lend a helping hand. Yes Chinese do drink: Beer/coke/water is same price, and yes they party/drink/ and have lot of fun, they are not robots. Yes they smile a lot: no most of them do not hate foreigners; It is a myth that Chinese are not friendly, no they are/were always very good to me. Chinese are very self respecting: Chinese people know and very proud of their roots, and civilization, sure they should be 6000 years of unbroken history. Chinese are doing lot of efforts for pollution control: It is myth China is not doing anything to that direction, I saw huge efforts in that direction, electric cars, buses, scooters huge discounts for convert to this fuel. Thousands of tree planting , tremendous amount of green space, recycling waste, thousands of acres of parks in Beijing alone…Just visit Temple of Heaven and see the green space right in Beijing. Chinese workers are not robot, and working in miserable conditions. That is all myth, do not believe until you go and see yourself. Rubies/diamonds/pearls/ gold are fine, but pure jade is Chinese girl’s best friend: Chinese girls/women love pure jade, sure they do not mind other stones/gold, but to win her heart, present it with pure jade bracelet, she will be yours for ever. (just kidding), they do love jade. Not Beijing or not Shanghai, are the biggest cities in China, it is in fact Chongqing. Yes Chinese have Muslim population, visit Xian’s Muslim market, these people have been there for thousands of years. As we know there are 56 minorities in China, 90 percent are Hans. For the most part and most of them are living a very peaceful life and coexisting, Have you heard any nonsense of any kind : Not really, but western press never gave high scores to this fact. It is myth that China is all concrete jungle, in fact China is extremely beautiful: Some of the places are just paradise looking, I never ever seen such places ever, I believe God may be visiting there (just kidding) Mandarin is the binding thread which binds whole China; There are so many languages there, different dialects and Mandarin is the language which binds the whole country. Red and Yellow color are the best colors in China: Red for prosperity, and Gold for Royalty ( in ancient China no one could use Gold color other than Royalty, but now any one can use it) Chinese customer service is one of the tops and in coming time say in one decade most likely it may be number one in the world (my evaluation) Following personal story will explain the level China is reaching now. My wife Sue forgot to put her ear rings back after shower. Regardless we checked out of the hotel, she missed her ear rings, since those were not expensive she tried to forget it. We were shocked stunned when previous hotel management traced us in another city, and told us cleaning staff found the ear rings. We told them they are not expensive so do not worry about it. The lady on the other end said: sir we do not differentiate between expensive or inexpensive it is your thing and we will make every effort to deliver it to you Again we were speechless regardless they couriered the ear rings, I am very sure the cost of couriers and their efforts far outweighed the cost of ear rings But the memory of this episode won our hearts and it will stay with me for ever Bravo Chinese and China God bless you I told this story to our two monkeys ( grand sons) 3 and 5. Five year said : grand pa Chinese are very good people because grand ma got her favorite ear rings back. There is a great lesson for me in customer service Not very many people know but it is true: In Ancient China, lot of firsts were invented and the world should be indebted to Chinese, to name a few : Paper, Printing machine, Gun powder, Compass, Acupuncture, Wheel barrow, …..more to come. One of the world’s oldest continued civilization (about 6000 years and counting. Countries with the most world heritage sites Source: please click the link below. Mapped: All the world's 1,031 World Heritage Sites First is Italy with 51 and second is China with 48 Italy 51, China 48, Spain 44, France 41. Based on my limited knowledge, and as per my host, farmers are doing very well in China: This is based on second hand information, as per my extremely knowledgeable host born and brought up in China. He showed me some farm houses and farms, I was spell bound, most of the communities look reasonable affluent with beautiful houses and farms. This is not what I expected, my host explained me in detail recent land reforms favored farming tremendously. He further explained some of them have become extremely wealthy. Following mind blowing things are for you think about. Biggest producer of pork in the world, in fact total monopoly. Total monopoly of the artificial Xmas trees and toy manufacturing in the world. Also please keep in mind, China is not forgiving to the law breakers, and they do not believe in reforming and delaying the justice. They execute 3 times more than rest of world, and they also do not believe in delays, execution vans are there to speed up the process. They also do not believe in wasting a penny on a lost cause, I believe “ execution costs are recovered from the family” Therefore, think 1000 times before doing violent crime….and messing up with drugs there, raising your middle finger, defacing their national monuments, getting drunk to show off your drinking skill, and going to massage parlors with something else in mind and then haggling about the price after the service. Well, if you do not know Mandarin, your chances of coming to your hotel that night will or next night will get slimmer and slimmer. Well for law abiding and peaceful people, their is nothing to fear, they do not bother at all, I have 10 years visa with unlimited visits,with maximum stay of 6 months at a given time. I respect the country, its people, its monuments and keep my tongue in control on certain topics. Guaranteed, you will have no problem, please do not try to show off your speaking skills on certain topics on Tienanmen Square, otherwise you may spent more time in China than you planned and coming home to Xmas may be a far fetched idea. BTW, I went to world famous square a few times absolutely no problem what so ever, that public square is massive, and next the Forbidden City will blow your mind away with 9000 rooms. My friendly brotherly advice : P,ray to God, China never ever slows down, the effects will be mass scale devastation on the world, if it ever slows down its imports just look around your house and figure it out, how will effect your life, like it or not China is now a big brother. This list on China’s mind blowing things goes on…..may be other authors have already said that….
Disclaimer: I must qualify my answer, I know, I know, China is a big country with huge population, with 56 identified ethnicity. I also know all area are not well developed and China has like anybody else huge and mega problems. I also know there are pockets of poverty like any other country, I also know there some people in China although very small numbers are very bitter, full venom and do not like China. I also know there are troll on Quora and waste everyone’s time. Now that is out of the way. As a foreigner, when you first came to China, what surprised you most? China is a huge country, and very diversified population, I believe one life is not enough to explore this country. There are and future will be surprises, and to me they are equally important. I could not just pick one, to me there are all equal and therefore I am writing it all. Most courteous staff at the Toronto airport: (First surprise), as soon as we stood in line and reached the clerk, he said “ welcome to China” We used only one “Chinese airline domestic and international” I will start from Toronto, it was straight flight for 18 hours to Beijing, First Surprise. The flight was fully booked, and it was on time, start from the air port Chinese staff, fluent bilinguals, extremely courteous, and with very warm welcome, the booking clerk, one young man from China, said “ Welcome to China” I was shocked I said it is Toronto, he said sir, when you check in, and go in that flight, you are our responsibility, therefore welcome to China, you have your boarding pass, and once you cross the gate, you are our guest. Air hostesses and in flight staff: ( Good English skills ) Second surprise, one of the best caring and very hard working hostesses. With very beautiful manners, showed us the seats, and made sure our carry on luggage was secured, and pillows/blankets were provided, with no fuss or arguments. It was very long flight, but those girls were made of steel and tireless, and made sure that we are comfortable during the flight, food, snacks, and water, were abundant. They kept coming again to check, and recheck that each passenger was comfortable, mostly were Chinese but for them there was no discrimination, we were treated as good as Chinese. At the air port custom clearance: Third surprise. Very professional staff. At the custom clearance, young man spoke very good English, just general questions, we were scared that we may be held for a long time, we were extremely careful in packing our stuff, we did not even take our favorite coffee from Canada, fearing they may ask too many questions. Surprise surprise surprise, with a few minutes he stamped our passports, “ Welcome to China” “ We wish you have very memorable trip” Well Canadian passport, and other special clearances such as Nexus card also helped , I guess. No in reality Chinese officials are/were good, they are not what is/was portrayed in the media, for ages. Once we came out : Fourth surprise, Other than Chinese signs which made the difference, it blew my mind away, Wow, now this is called the first world, very clean, very beautiful, very modern…… Our host was already there, spoke flawless English, and when he showed the bus which was to take us to the hotel, our jaw dropped, I never ever seen such a beautiful bus. Well, I like to mention, Beijing airport was extremely clean, organized, and very ultra modern. Once we saw the beauty of Beijing when our airplane was circling before landing, we kind of got the idea, that it is huge/massive city. Once we reached the hotel: Fifth surprise, Chinese hotels where we stayed were all five stars, this is not brag it is just to describe the high standards of five stars, China versus others. These hotels are ,(in my view) on the upper level of specifications to be called 5 stars. In fact they are much more than that(in my view) Sure I and my wife been in Canada soon be fifty years, we are Canadian citizens, from Indian origin, we have traveled enough and I could say we seen some extremely beautiful hotels. Wow, we both stunned solid, most likely this was the best 5 star we have ever seen, well staff at the reception was not a joke, they were out of this world staff, courteous, helping, taking time to explain, in perfect English. Once we reached the room : Sixth surprise. ( Cleanliness, over all decor, some of the best wash rooms, beds…I have ever seen) Well, as soon as we opened the door, there are no words to describe the details, luxury, and extremely high standards, beds, sheets, pillow honestly they were so beautiful, I did not the courage to sleep on it, thinking it will get dirty. Wash rooms were fit for a Royalty. You name it and it had it, coffee/tea/soda/drinks what ever your heart desires, well it is understandable coffee/tea were free, but you have pay for the other things if you use it. After we checked out of the hotel from the first leg of journey : Seventh surprise ( the biggest of first leg of the journey) (The biggest Surprise of mind blowing customer service, never ever expected it) My wife Sue forgot to put her ear rings back after shower. Regardless we checked out of the hotel, she missed her ear rings, since those were not expensive she tried to forget it. We were shocked stunned when previous hotel management traced us in another city, and told us cleaning staff found the ear rings. We told them they are not expensive so do not worry about it. The lady on the other end said: sir we do not differentiate between expensive or inexpensive it is your thing and we will make every effort to deliver it to you Again we were speechless regardless they couriered the ear rings, I am very sure the cost of couriers and their efforts far outweighed the cost of ear rings But the memory of this episode won our hearts and it will stay with me for ever Bravo Chinese and China God bless you I told this story to our two monkeys ( grand sons) 3 and 5. Five year said : grand pa Chinese are very good people because grand ma got her favorite ear rings back. There is a great lesson for me in customer service Some of the breath taking resorts/extremely beautiful background scenery, Following is one example: Beijing and Shanghai mega cities : Eighth surprise , (Chinese mega cities are close to 20 to 30 million population and in my view run like a clock) I know, I know, I know there is poverty, slums, crime, beggars in every city around the world, so Chinese cities are no exception, however I could say with confidence, Chinese mega cities are relatively more cleaner, less beggars, less slums, lower crime rate per ca pita than most of the mega cities in the world. I know, I know Japan, Singapore and Korea may surpass, but in my view it is no comparison what so ever. Considering the China being huge in size and population, it is not an easy task to manage 1.4 billion people and move this country to such a stage. Considering the size of ultra huge cities and massive population, hats off to Chinese for keeping these cities very clean, They are very innovative in designing very effective systems, following are two examples of the efficiency of cleaning crew. Day to day life in big cities. Chinese are not uniformed robots, struggling in the sweat shops: Ninth surprise: I know, I know, I know my sample size is very small, and I have not seen all of China yet, but what ever I had seen so far, it is/was myth. I visited some light manufacturing, I had seen artist doing intricate work, I had seen sales people, and I had seen nicely dressed managers both sexes. I found work environment was no different than any or most of the advanced country. Artists/craftsmen/women in Cloisonne workshop Jade factory and show room near Beijing. Jade factory and show room near Beijing Please note the ear phone in one lady’ s ear, it is very creative environment contrary to our deep ingrained myth, of sweat shops. Buddhist temples visit : Surprise no Ten: In my view it is total myth that most of the Chinese are atheist, when I visited these temples Grand Buddha of Ling Shan, and Jingci Temple of Hangzhou, I was in total surprise. I being from Indian origin left shame after seeing the reverence from Chinese devotees, and kindness of Monks. I have seen lot of things in life, but I never ever ever seen such grand temple, and reverence to any Lord of Lords, no matter what religion. Statue of Lord Buddha is like a mountain, the biggest in China, and most likely in the world. In my view most of the Chinese may be atheist in the eyes of world, but not in my eyes, they may not chant, or go to the temple/church/ worship specific God, but they have real meaning of religion: most of them are hard working, honest, and down to earth, mind their own business, most of them free of jealousy, live with their means, obey the law, raise family as good parents, to me that is the real religion. And that is my religion too, God bless these people and country. Grand Buddha of Ling Shan: I be never the same ever, after visiting Chinese Buddhist temples and Monasteries, it gave a rebirth try to be the better human being. Bathing of baby Buddha, at Grand Buddha of Ling Shan, if you have not seen this, years from now may regret it. This is/was one of the most magical movement where modern technology, reverence of devotees, and just shear energy will last me life time. Although I have Indian roots, but reverence of the devotees put me to the shame, some of things I saw, I could not help, but just cried with happiness. That Lord Buddha has so much reverence in China. This alone is enough to call China my second or third home now. From Shanghai/Beijing Museum Grand Buddha of Ling Shan One act in a live show in Hangzhou, Lord Buddha still rules in some of the Chinese. They have great respect and reverence for the Lord. Jingci Temple Hangzhou Jingci Temple Hangzhou Jingci Temple Hangzhou Extremely low crime rate: Surprise no. eleven: I do not have fancy graph/crime per capita and so on, but I have observed with my own eyes, girls/woman travelling the city buses/sub ways/ and working in the middle of the night by themselves without any fear. (at least I did not see it), this thing alone totally floored me, a city of 30 million, working like a clock, and girls/women are relatively safe on the streets. This alone blew me away, and hats off to China and Chinese. My Chinese host who is extremely knowledgeable born and brought in Beijing, confirmed my observations. The Great Wall of China: Surprise no. twelve: I read a lot, I believe, and I spent lot of time in preparing my mind and physical well being to see this world wonder, this wall has extremely long history starting from the first emperor of China, who started building this wall. Well I must say: I was totally stunned to see this mammoth structure, just a sample of it, I chose one of the very steep way to climb, I did reach to the top, but now I know it is not for weak hearts, and now I know more just to reach up with modern stairs was so difficult how did they built it thousands of year ago and with thousands of km of construction. Almost there, totally exhausted, gasping for air, for me it was not a joke to reach at the top. TGWC (the great wall of china) China the food capital of the world: Surprise no. thirteen. Chinese food was not new to me, Canada has lot of Chinese population, and the city I live is again very heavily populated by Chinese. Therefore, Chinese food is/was part of our lives too. Regardless, visiting China, and see the food service industry totally stunned me, Chinese have total mastery of this industry, they have mastered the art/science and business end of the business, be a low end “ hole in the wall” , street food, or grand high end restaurants. Mid range restaurants are huge, and the service and speed is assembly line, there are different dining halls, and they were serving 100s of customers at a given time. The speed, quality, taste and cleanliness of these restaurants was huge surprise. Mid range restaurant: Mid range restaurant one of the dining halls. Some where mid range and high end restaurant. High end buffet style restaurant: World famous Beijing Duck place in Beijing. Former president of USA, Mr. Richard Nixon dined in this restaurant with Chines counterpart. Chefs in world famous Beijing Duck place in Beijing Chef’s serving /preparing Beijing Duck Small restaurants take out. Dim Sum time : Mind boggling infra structure, one of the very best public transportation systems in the world : Surprise no 14. China as we know is huge country with massive populations and with recent urbanization cities like Beijing and Shanghai have ballooned to 30 million population, China is answer to this massive growth was state of art highways, roads, and subways, and public transportation. In China people have three ways to go to work and transport, BMW, bicycle, monorail, and walk. I have seen bullet trains circling shanghai as a kid plays with toy trains, And I have not seen it, but my host told me, subway in Shanghai is/will be envy of the world. What shocked me was he told me: they are on the verge of interconnecting provinces with underground systems. People who have seen Shanghai subway, and know about it confirm, boy that is called state of the art miracle. China/Chinese love for landscape, capturing beauty through rocks, shrubs, and ponds Surprise No : 15 Chinese love for literature/live shows/ poetry: Surprise no 16 Chinese love for literature/poetry/live shows is evident from the super quality of their shows. I and my wife were lucky to see, live show “ Golden Mask Dynasty” it was presented to Olympic 2008 athletes and luckily it was on in 2017. I never ever seen anything like it in my life, I must say that was the ultimate performance, everybody alive must see it, at least the video, it simply out of this world. One dance was with live white peacocks and we thought those peacocks are toys, but in the end they flew from the head of the dancers, they are/real birds. A scene from the Golden Mask Dynasty. A scene from the Golden Mask Dynasty. Very strong will to live, struggle to survive and thrive: Surprise no : 17 I observed major portions of Chinese seem to have very strong will to live, struggle and to survive, and then eventually thrive. They may not engage with foreigner in small talk, nods and exchange of other pleasantries but to me I have a feeling Chinese are fighter, they will improvise and adjust and eventually are very hopeful to do well. I found the environment very motivational, they have will live, survive and thrive. Day to day people : with eye on the future. Breath taking modern sky lines, and totally architectural miracles: Surprise no 18: IBM Building in Beijing, Near the Olympic Stadium, Bird’s Nest, complete in the shape of dragon. IBM, Dragon shaped building, totally stunning, near the olympic site 2008, some of most expensive land in China. Breath taking buildings/sky line in Shanghai Shanghai the ultimate Jewel in the Crown of China, one of the most beautiful city in the world Surprise No 19 (The Bund) Thousands of years of civilization well preserved, continued, built on wisdom from generation to generation. Surprise no 20 Old Gingko Tree of Ling Shan This tree is 1400 years old. Following are from Shanghai Museums. Model of a ancient village from Beijing/Shanghai Museum Venice of the east, Suzhou, Canal city: Surprise no. 20 We always wanted to see Venice, in Italy but we were shocked stunned when we saw Suzhou, the canal city. totally amazing. Chinese acrobats in Shanghai: Surprise no 21 Nothing could have prepared us for this surprise, Chinese circus (acrobats) China’s answer to world famous circus in the west. Movie The Last Emperor Emperor was filmed in the Forbidden City Surprise no. 22 This is/was one of my most favorite movie, it is very rare that China gives permission to make film in their national monuments. I was very fortunate to see the place where this film was made. Chinese Tea is a very popular drink, in China and Chinese are very serious about it Surprise no 23, I knew about Chinese tea, I drank it for years, with my Chinese/non Chinese friends, but I never ever could imagine, how much Chinese love this drink,it is very serious business in China Chinese tea fit for Queen/Emperor/ Biggest of big I have not seen slums, beggars, destitute, homeless and bums on the streets in the areas I visited. Surprise no. 24. I am very sure there is poverty, and there are beggars………bums on the streets in some part of China, and there is poverty in China as it is in every country, but the areas I visited I did not see any. Kids, parents and grand parents are number 1 in China, extended family is norm, grand parents love their kids tremendously, that is my evaluation. Surprise no., 25. I being from Indian heritage thought we are number 1 but after visiting China, and my close connection with Canadian Chinese I have rethink my status in my mind again,. I find Chinese kids and teenager were very well disciplined, orderly and in general very healthy. China/Chinese are world leaders in cultured pearl industry ( this is my view), I am in awe with the length, breadth and depth of the knowledge/technology/design in jewelry. Surprise no. 26 Very solid and beautiful ancient to modern pure silk industry: Surprise no. 27 China and Chinese have been known in the world for pure silk production for thousands of years, that reputation, pride and glory are still alive and well. I am very pleased to see, that it survived for thousand of years, and I have pieces of beautiful garments for my myself, wife, and grand sons. We enjoy day in and day, Thank you China/Chinese for being a great friends Random pictures of day to day life, it seems whole China/Chinese most of of it are busy in day to day life. ( I found Chinese people in general very hard working) Surprise no 28 Hard working Chinese resting in the moving truck during going job to job. Chinese are building this nation with blinding speed, Joke around China is/was : New national bird is “ Crain” This what you see all over massive “ Construction”, speed is so blinding, even when a native son/daughter goes back to his/her neighborhood, joke is they cannot find their own home. Surprise no 29 Now this new “ National Symbol/Bird” Brand new China of 21 century with “ Crain” as national bird please note it is not “Crane” but “Crain”. Random surprises: ,Yes Virginia : some fair number of Chinese speak good to English, Yes Virginia, they do have MacDonald, KFC, Coke, Pepsi,and Yes Virginia : I phones are made there, and I believe even now Virginia, there are no tanks rolling on Tienanmen Square, recently I stood there safe and sound and no one said anything we took lot of pictures there. Surprise no 30, Contrary to myth in the west China is communist country and police, military is running around is pure non sense and propaganda, no one ever stopped us from taking pictures, Govt officials were very respectful, police was very friendly, waved and gave thumbs up. World famous Tienanmen Square. Public in general was very polite in Beijing, Shanghai, and Hangzhou, Wuxi and Suzhou Buddhist temples in China were very good I have ever seen, I strongly believe God lives or visits there, in Ling Shan monastery, I never ever felt peace and calm in my life, in my view the most tranquil place on the earth for me, I wish I could die there. It is myth Chinese do not know English, some of Chinese never stepped out China and when they speak English they can put native to shame. China is not improvised/poor helpless and country of opium addicts, it is power house of future, China in certain areas is far advanced than the most first tier countries in the world. Like any other country, some areas are poor and very poor, but I have very high hopes one day Sun will shine there too. It is non sense and portray of China/Chinese in the negative tones, is all feel good and sell to news papers and create sensations and bash and shoot dawn a rising star, before you do that may be visit China, make friends with Chinese, and understand that country/people and culture more. I believe if you want to be some thing better start learning Mandarin and learn about China. I am taking my two grand kids, who are American born with so many options such American citizenship from birth, Canadian PR, Oversea citizen of India, and option to live in Singapore. But I prefer them to learn the Mandarin and Chinese history, culture, martial arts,Buddhism, fine arts, and above all hard work. Chinese do love to drink light beer with meals, and contrary to the myth they get drunk too quick, I did not see any Chinese staggering on the streets. Contrary to the myth Chinese speak very loud, I did not hear any Chinese out of control in talking, be it Govt official, security, guides , sales people, air hostesses, list goes on,. Chinese do love to dance in the country square, but that is the culture, I know some do not like it, but it is there culture/their country, if you do not like it, do not go there. Some Chinese parents do go to public parks and set up information booth to find a good match for their kids, I do not find anything wrong, it is also cultural acceptable thing there. Also on a lighter side, in Shanghai it is a joke, a girl looks in boy, Cash, Condo, Car, Cosmetic and Cooking. ( It may be joke, and it could be for a laugh) but it is known due to one kid family, there is shortage of marriageable girls. Also, extended families are norm, and in fact it is very good for the whole family, grand parents in most cases provide tender care love to the grand kids, Chinese myths, superstitions, lucky and unlucky numbers. Surprise no 31 Never hit person with a broom, bad luck. Dog howling late night, death Keep the face well shaved, good luck When baby cries for no reason, seen a ghost Dream snow/teeth, death of parent/s House never face north, bad luck Never cut nails at night bad luck Never point to the moon with one finger, bad luck Lucky number 2, 18,13 and 164 Never cut noodles for soup, sign to cut life short. Never cage a turtle, bad luck Number 4, bad luck Red color, Sign of luck Gold color, wealth, luxury With rising power and economic might of China/Chinese, it created tremendous amount of wealth. it appears that there are lot more Chinese with mega wealth, every mega city I visited luxury cars which I never ever seen in such a show cases are usual displays in very elegant show rooms, and very posh area stores are filled with extremely high end huge brand names such as Rolex, and other designer garments. Luxury car dealerships: surprise no 32 Luxury Car dealerships in beautiful Shanghai High end European style cafe in very fashionable area of Shanghai, and other pictures are from the same area. More to come: please stay tuned.
Although almost entire Europe is filled with eye catching beauty, I will filter some of the places that you should never miss. #Germany Germany is the best place to travel and stay(in my opinion) among all the EU countries. These are some of the cities that you should never miss if you come to Germany: 1. Munich The capital of Bavaria and home of many German companies like BMW and Porsche is know for it Oktoberfest festival worldwide. It is a perfect city to travel, to party and for living, however expensive :P (One of the thousands tents of Oktoberfest) 2. Berlin The capital city (,Die Hauptstadt) ,of Germany is the favorite destination for the travelers. The city's also known for its art scene and modern landmarks like the gold-colored, swoop-roofed Berliner Philharmonie. (The infamous Berlin Wall) 3. Hamburg It is a port city of Germany, known for old church and buildings. ,Miniatur Wunderland Hamburg, is the must visit place in this city. Also the Reeperbahn(red light area) is famous. (the port of Hamburg) 4. Frankfurt Known for its tall buildings and bridges, the birthplace of famous writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe #Austria 1. Salzburg The city is located in Austria, at the border of Germany. It is the birthplace of the famous composer Mozart. There is a museum which has preserved as a museum displaying his childhood instruments. 2. Vienna The capital of Austria is the workplace of artists like Mozart, Beethoven and Sigmund Freud. Places like Schönbrunn Palace, Hofburg and St. Stephen's Cathedral are the main attraction. 3. Graz Surrounded by mountains, the city is full of historic buildings like Styrian Armoury, Joanneumsviertel, Herz-Jesu-Kirche etc. #Switzerland 1. Zurich Zurich is the global center of banking and finance of the entire world. The beauty of this city lies within the snow and mountains. 2. Geneva The city is surrounded by Alps and Jura mountains. It is Headquarters of Europe’s United Nations and the Red Cross, it’s a global hub for diplomacy and banking. 3. Basel Its medieval old town centers around Marktplatz, dominated by the 16th-century, red-sandstone Town Hall. Its 12th-century Gothic cathedral has city views, and contains the tomb of the 16th-century Dutch scholar, Erasmus. #Czech Republic 1. Prague Probably I don’t need to introduce this city to you ;) #Netherlands 1. Amsterdam Even for this too…:P #Spain 1. Barcelona The city is known for its art and architecture. The fantastical Sagrada Família church and other modernist landmarks designed by Antoni Gaudí dot the city. Museu Picasso and Fundació Joan Miró feature modern art by their namesakes. 2. Madrid Spain's central capital, is a city of elegant boulevards and expansive, manicured parks such as the Buen Retiro. It’s renowned for its rich repositories of European art, including the Prado Museum’s works by Goya, Velázquez and other Spanish masters. #Italy 1. Rome Italy’s capital, is a sprawling, cosmopolitan city with nearly 3,000 years of globally influential art, architecture and culture on display. Ancient ruins such as the Forum and the Colosseum evoke the power of the former Roman Empire. Vatican City, headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church. 2. Venice It has no roads, just canals – including the Grand Canal thoroughfare – lined with Renaissance and Gothic palaces. The central square, Piazza San Marco, contains St. Mark’s Basilica, which is tiled with Byzantine mosaics, and the Campanile bell tower offering views of the city’s red roofs. 3. Milan Milan is the national stock exchange, it’s a financial hub also known for its high-end restaurants and shops. The Gothic Duomo di Milano cathedral and the Santa Maria delle Grazie convent, housing Leonardo da Vinci’s mural “The Last Supper,” testify to centuries of art and culture. #France 1. Paris The global center for art, fashion, gastronomy and culture. Its 19th-century cityscape is crisscrossed by wide boulevards and the River Seine. Beyond such landmarks as the Eiffel Tower and the 12th-century, Gothic Notre-Dame cathedral, the city is also known for its cafe culture and designer boutiques along the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. For more information: Get some ideas from travelers across the world who've visited Europe on ,Europe trip planner,. Best Of Europe In A Nutshell Thanks Akshay,.
Europe No other alternative. It has mountains, it has snow, it has Greenery, it has historic building, it has the greatest wine, it has the perfect atmosphere. There can be various ways of making ,Europe trip plans,, the continent is filled with many eye catchy destinations. I am filtering some of the places that you should never miss. #Germany Germany is the best place to travel and stay(in my opinion) among all the EU countries. These are some of the cities that you should never miss if you come to Germany: 1. Munich The capital of Bavaria and home of many German companies like BMW and Porsche is know for it Oktoberfest festival worldwide. (One of the thousands tents of Oktoberfest) 2. Berlin The capital city (,Die Hauptstadt) ,of Germany is the favorite destination for the travelers. The city's also known for its art scene and modern landmarks like the gold-colored, swoop-roofed Berliner Philharmonie. (The infamous Berlin Wall) 3. Hamburg It is a port city of Germany, known for old church and buildings. ,Miniatur Wunderland Hamburg, is the must visit place in this city. Also the Reeperbahn(red light area) is famous. 4. Frankfurt Known for its tall buildings and bridges, the birthplace of famous writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe #Austria 1. Salzburg The city is located in Austria, at the border of Germany. It is the birthplace of the famous composer Mozart. There is a museum which has preserved as a museum displaying his childhood instruments. 2. Vienna The capital of Austria is the workplace of artists like Mozart, Beethoven and Sigmund Freud. Places like Schönbrunn Palace, Hofburg and St. Stephen's Cathedral are the main attraction. 3. Graz Surrounded by mountains, the city is full of historic buildings like Styrian Armoury, Joanneumsviertel, Herz-Jesu-Kirche etc. #Switzerland 1. Zurich Zurich is the global center of banking and finance of the entire world. The beauty of this city lies within the snow and mountains. 2. Geneva The city is surrounded by Alps and Jura mountains. It is Headquarters of Europe’s United Nations and the Red Cross, it’s a global hub for diplomacy and banking. 3. Basel Its medieval old town centers around Marktplatz, dominated by the 16th-century, red-sandstone Town Hall. Its 12th-century Gothic cathedral has city views, and contains the tomb of the 16th-century Dutch scholar, Erasmus. #Italy 1. Rome Italy’s capital, is a sprawling, cosmopolitan city with nearly 3,000 years of globally influential art, architecture and culture on display. Ancient ruins such as the Forum and the Colosseum evoke the power of the former Roman Empire. Vatican City, headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church. 2. Venice It has no roads, just canals – including the Grand Canal thoroughfare – lined with Renaissance and Gothic palaces. The central square, Piazza San Marco, contains St. Mark’s Basilica, which is tiled with Byzantine mosaics, and the Campanile bell tower offering views of the city’s red roofs. 3. Milan Milan is the national stock exchange, it’s a financial hub also known for its high-end restaurants and shops. The Gothic Duomo di Milano cathedral and the Santa Maria delle Grazie convent, housing Leonardo da Vinci’s mural “The Last Supper,” testify to centuries of art and culture. #France 1. Paris The global center for art, fashion, gastronomy and culture. Its 19th-century cityscape is crisscrossed by wide boulevards and the River Seine. Beyond such landmarks as the Eiffel Tower and the 12th-century, Gothic Notre-Dame cathedral, the city is also known for its cafe culture and designer boutiques along the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. #Czech Republic 1. Prague Probably I don’t need to introduce this city to you ;) #Netherlands 1. Amsterdam Even for this too…:P #Spain 1. Barcelona The city is known for its art and architecture. The fantastical Sagrada Família church and other modernist landmarks designed by Antoni Gaudí dot the city. Museu Picasso and Fundació Joan Miró feature modern art by their namesakes. 2. Madrid Spain's central capital, is a city of elegant boulevards and expansive, manicured parks such as the Buen Retiro. It’s renowned for its rich repositories of European art, including the Prado Museum’s works by Goya, Velázquez and other Spanish masters. For more information: Best Of Europe In A Nutshell Thanks Akshay,.
iPhone 6 space grey color is best suitable on men's personality becoz black color suit very well on mens personality. As my views black color offer more comfort in phone and expensive vehicles like BMW, Mercedes, Jaguar etc. Color like gold, rose gold are the most cheapest looking color as they look only when they r newly purchased after a time the color fells very awkward..
C̶u̶r̶r̶e̶n̶t̶l̶y̶,̶ ̶t̶h̶e̶ ̶o̶n̶l̶y̶ ̶c̶o̶o̶l̶a̶n̶t̶ ̶t̶h̶a̶t̶ ̶u̶s̶e̶s̶ ̶a̶ ̶r̶e̶d̶ ̶c̶o̶l̶o̶r̶ ̶i̶s̶ ̶t̶h̶e̶ ̶T̶o̶y̶o̶t̶a̶ ̶R̶e̶d̶ ̶L̶L̶C̶,̶ ̶w̶h̶i̶c̶h̶ ̶i̶s̶ ̶a̶n̶ ̶O̶A̶T̶ ̶c̶o̶o̶l̶a̶n̶t̶ ̶w̶i̶t̶h̶ ̶n̶o̶ ̶s̶i̶l̶i̶c̶a̶t̶e̶s̶ ̶o̶r̶ ̶b̶o̶r̶a̶t̶e̶s̶.̶ Oops. Looks like someone's once again reminded me that I've much to learn still. As Tim Hofstetter points out, Chrysler's HOAT coolant, the ProFleet 8000, and most early OAT formulations were red. I presume this is the case with the other red coolants, but Toyota's remains quite dark even after dilution with water, which is somewhat interesting. Annoyingly enough, it's the exact same shade of red that most ATF is, so it gets confusing. A quick sniff will tell you all you need though. (not my picture, but I can verify it looks like this, though maybe a bit darker in my own experience) It's been superseded by the Toyota Pink SLLC HOAT formulation, which is a similar but a much lighter color. Green is the generic ethylene-glycol based (or IAT) coolant you saw in almost every engine before OATs became the rage. (the switch coincides with the shift towards non-ferrous engine internals, i.e. aluminum cylinder heads, since the silicate heavy IATs were good at protecting iron, but not the other metals) According to the ingredients on the sticker, this is the formulation of Toyota Red: Ethylene Glycol (107-21-1), Diethylene Glycol (111-46-6), Water (7732-18-5) Organic Acid Salt (532-32-1), Hydrated Inorganic Salt (1310-58-3). And for the Toyota Pink: Water (7732-18-5), Ethylene Glycol (107-21-1), Diethylene Glycol (111-46-6), Sebacic Acid (111-20-6), Potassium Hydroxide (1310-58-3). Supposedly the Aisin S/LLC is the same stuff as the Pink and Red coolants above, but I've yet to get my hands on it. Like mentioned already, it's not really enough to go by the coloration of the coolant since manufacturers will stick their own dyes in it. Off the top of my head, there's Subaru's Super Blue, Honda's Type II (also blue), Mazda's FL-22 (green), and Nissan LLA (blue), which should all have similar compositions (they're all made by CCI and some have the same part numbers internally). Add this to the rainbow mix of Dexcool Orange, Zerex G-05 Gold, Ford's Gold, Prestone Universal Neon Yellow, BMW Blue, Mercedes Gold, etc. etc. and you get this nonsensical mess of colors with everyone claiming that their coolant is a proprietary mix so it HAS to have its own color. Ah well. Just be careful not to mix up the original glycol stuff, which is high in silicate, with anything that is OAT or HOAT. Supposedly the same could be said of mixing HOAT and OAT, though form what I've read, it varies based on the formulation. Nevertheless, mixing incompatible coolants will cause the salts to react, precipitate, and dump all of your protection down the drain. PS: nitpicky side note, try not to say "cooling water". It's coolant. Antifreeze is considered the additive in coolant, mixed into water at a ratio of 50:50 to 30:70, although they're colloquially used interchangeably. Putting straight water into your engine is a quick way to rust all of your cooling systems and strip it of the protection it needs to prevent boiling (both pressure AND the colloidal properties of antifreeze are necessary for this).
So you want women, huh? Here’s a step by step guide to looking rich. They may say “Looks aren’t everything”, but their actions say otherwise. Dress like a million bucks ,- Do not go to Balenciaga or Gucci expecting to fill a wardrobe with good clothes and call it a day. You’ll just look like a rapper in his music video. Instead, buy what looks good (online or at regular department stores), then you can buy name brand shoes, belts and accessories that complement your look. By looking fashionable, you’ll catch the ladies’ attention. Hire a fashion specialist to help you shop if you don’t know where to start. Also continue to update and perfect your wardrobe over time. A nice watch and a fitted suit in different colors is also a must. Do your research before walking into a high end store. People there usually earn off commission, don't let them play you and don't impulse buy; know exactly what it is you want. Perfect Your Image in Pictures and in Person,- Hire a Personal Trainer; a muscled and toned body makes you look better in every way. Try different colognes and see which one complements your style. Make sure your breath is always clean. Brush twice every day and carry around breath mints or breath strips - people will notice. If your teeth aren’t straight, get Invisalign (braces are ugly). If they aren’t white, get them whitened. If you have ugly scars, get laser treatment. If you aren’t satisfied with a facial or body feature of yours, get minimally- intrusive plastic surgery. Do your research, find find the best doctors and dentists in your area, you can afford it. Eat Healthy and Learn to Cook, - the Internet is a wonderful place, loaded with recepies and how-to-cook videos. Learn how to cook a few good dishes and stock up your fridge and pantry with healthy, fresh foods. This adds to your workout routine and improves your body. The poor eat McDonalds and Burger King, the rich can afford to shop at Whole Foods every week. Learn how to cook and girls will be breaking down your door. Have you ever heard them talk? ,“OMG, Stephen has a six pack, drives an Audi, has fashion sense, experienced in bed AND HE CAN COOK! OMG OMG Britney he's so perfect!” Get a masculine but affordable car, - girls don’t care what you drive. You can pick up a relatively reasonable Jaguar F-Type, Audi A5 or a BMW 428i coupe and the women will be drooling over you. These cars are affordable to you considering you can buy them on the used market, because girls can’t tell if its brand new or 3 years old (you can just say it’s new). ,Do your research! ,There are a lot of shady salesmen out there. Try ,Carvana, and cargurus, they're a good way to gauge and buy in the car market. Keeping your car clean inside and out will impress the girl as well as make it easier to sell in the future . Also, when the girl is in the car, drive like a normal person. Reckless driving and excessive speed only diffuses the sexual attraction, especially when a police officer pulls you over right in front of a date. Improve Yourself, - learn how to act like a CEO. Learn Charisma, learn how to choose wine, learn how to be smooth, learn how to be seductive, read books that expand your knowledge. Learn how to play the piano. Learn how to ski, etc. etc. Girls love an experienced and confident man. Start here: ,Charisma On Command, and check out their YouTube page, amazing free content. Get YouTube Red to skip ads and get Spotify premium so when a girl is in the car, you can play music from your playlist. The radio is fine, but the advertisements are a real mood killer. Both offer free trails so try them out before committing. Learn how to fix simple tasks around the house: minor plumbing and electrical issues. It may also satisfy your girl’s handyman fantasy *wink wink*. Do Not Flash, - No flashing cash, no flashing name brand designer items, and please, dear lord, do not flash gold teeth, gold chains or gold car rims; the only exception is a gold watch and one gold ring. Your style should instead be a mix of brown, black, white , grey and dark blue. Leather shoes, dark tailored suit, styled hair, nice silver watch and a pair of black shades. Be thrifty, - contrary to popular belief, you don't have to buy everything at full price to look rich. Outlet malls, online on-sale clearance, clearance/ IKEA furniture give you the same thing but at a better price. Your money won't last forever, so use it wisely. Don't say yes to timeshares, don't say yes to sketchy investment deals, don't say yes to some weird penis enlargement pill product that people try to sell you. I'm not saying that you can't treat yourself once in a while, but don't party and buy bottle service every weekend. That's money down the drain and stupid; people will love you when you buy their drinks, but once you're broke, they'll forget you. Well Traveled - ,have you ever seen someone's house on TV where they have a shelf of exotic artifacts and it grabs the girl’s attention? When the girl asks, you can walk her through how you got this shell from the Maldives, how you got this bowl from Morocco and how you got this bell from Tibet. Considering there are websites and social media pages devoted to posting flight deals, you should be able to fly from Dallas to London or New York to Beijing for around $400 to $600 round trip. Stay at a nice AirBnb and discover the world on a budget. Do your research or book a tour to get around safely in unknown territory. Accessories and home, - Carry around with you a nice Mont Blanc or UniBall pen, your ,American Express Platinum Charge Card, and a sleek black phone. Your apartment/condo/house should be minimalistic and clean (implies that you have maids who clean for you). The apartment/ house doesn’t have to be big, it just has to look nice. If you plan on renovating, you can find almost brand-new appliances/furniture online or at outlet warehouses at a fraction of the cost. Remember, just because you're thrifty doesn't mean you can't have nice things. Instead of labeling yourself as a “CEO”, you should instead label yourself as a man with charisma. This money can be extremely helpful in changing yourself into a better person, however if you use the money to buy things that impress others, you will loose everything. Learn to invest in the market and yourself and you will be be better off. If you haven't noticed by now, cash is only half the equation, you have to put in some work to learn new skills as well as research online for things you want. If you would like someone else to research for you, please let me know - I am a concierge and I can provide that service for you.