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Making money on line

October 11, 2009

How to make money on line, I believe this is ready the hot topic for many people. Why? Because now the economic condition is not ready good. Some have no job to do.

But if you have the computer, then you ready can make money on line. Start from reading e-mail that only can give me little bit of money unless you know hoe to refer to your friends and others. If you ready want to make more money, then you ready need to master the basic because knowledge is power.

Just talk about blogging, you can write blog on free site like WordPress or blogger. After sometimes, you can upgrade to site because of many features and it can rank your articles in search engine well.

For me, blogging is my favourite hobby and now I am exploring something new that is about making money on line. I have already started the on line journey and I tell myself that I should not give up if facing any difficulties. I have to find out the solutions, there must be some good ways.

That is my little thought for today, I hope your all can learn this, making money on line. It is ready fun, talk to you next time.


Taiwan Election

March 23, 2008

Voters in Taiwan on 22-03-2008 elected the new president Ma Ying-jeou who had campaigned for closer economic relations with Beijing, paving the way for a considerable lessening of tensions in one of Asia’s oldest flash points.

Ma Ying-jeou, a Harvard-educated lawyer and former Taipei mayor from the Nationalist Party, won by a convincing margin.

Mr. Ma won 58.45 percent to 41.55 percent, and Mr. Hsieh quickly conceded defeat. Most voters echoed Mr. Ma’s stance that closer relations with the mainland and its fast-growing economy represented the island’s best hope of returning to the rapid economic growth it enjoyed until the late 1990s.

Many voters were convinced that Taiwan’s economic survival depended on closer ties.

“If we don’t get into China’s market, we are locked into our own country,” some voters said.

The inauguration, scheduled for May 20, Mr. Ma will have almost complete political power to pursue his agenda. His party and two tiny affiliated parties together took three-quarters of the legislature in January elections. Nationalists also serve as the magistrates, a position akin to mayor, in 15 of Taiwan’s 25 largest cities.

The extent of Nationalist control made some voters nervous on Saturday.

Two controversial referendums, calling for Taiwan to apply for membership in the UN also fell well short of passage.

Taiwan’s economy grew 5.7 percent last year, but middle-class and working-class incomes have stagnated as an affluent elite has grown prosperous, often from investments on the mainland.

Much of the island’s manufacturing industry has shifted to the mainland, and hundreds of thousands of Taiwanese have moved there to manage these operations. Most of them are men aged 25 to 45, leaving a dearth of skills and entrepreneurial energy in Taiwan itself.

Few months before Presidential election, Mr. Ma visited Singapore to have a first-hand knowledges how the country run. Most voters like his unique image, clean, trustworthy,etc. He wants to eradicate corruption.

China never interfered or commented about Taiwan election before 22-03-2008, was the plus sign for Mr. Ma, unlike year 2004.

Although Mr. Ma was borned in China but voters were mature, they accepted him and expressed ” time to change ”

We hope Taiwan and China can have better relationship from now on.

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Movies 2008-Sylvester Stallone

January 26, 2008

Rambo, Charging Back Into Theaters, Faces Monster

This weekend will provide a box-office test of whether the public will turn out to see a 61-year-old former action star in a role that he first made popular as a much younger man. Sylvester Stallone first introduced the character of John Rambo in 1982 in the movie First Blood. He last appeared as the character in 1988, helping rebels in Afghanistan oust the Soviet Union. (In the interim most of those rebels turned against the U.S.) “Hopefully, what our advertising has done is introduce Rambo to a whole new generation of younger males,” Lionsgate distribution chief told today’s (Friday) Los Angeles Times. The question among box-office analysts was whether it could top Cloverfield, which had a spectacular opening last weekend. While Rambo is expected to take in $15-20 million, that figure would merely come close to equaling what Cloverfield would bring in if its ticket sales fell by 50 percent. It’s also being challenged by the debuting comedy Meet the spartans, a spoof of last year’s 300, which has also been garnering considerable buzz in recent weeks. (Spartans was not screened for critics.)
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