Dr. Adrian Mihalcioiu 08/2011
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- Paris Fashion Week
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In the afternoon we went to Versailles. We made the 14km in about 20 minutes as the road crosses small villages with narrowed roads and speed limited to 30km/h. The slow ride gives you just the needed time to enjoy … Continue reading
Itsukushima (??) is an island in the Inland Sea of Japan. It is popularly known as Miyajima (??), the Shrine Island. Itsukushima is part of the city of Hatsukaichi in Hiroshima Prefecture since 2005. The island of Itsukushima, including the … Continue reading
In Cairns @ the Siebel Hotel (former Cairns International ) 15th floor, ocean view.
I visited Todai on Monday for the Spring Conference Meeting of the Institute of Electrostatics Japan. The Hongo campus is a very interesting marriage between the meiji style and modern building technologies and materials. The red gate: Akamon, and the … Continue reading
I was in Ginza a few months ago, and i’ve been surprised to see this long waiting line: You can see the people are in a two way lane. the line ends at the bridge. This is what they are waiting … Continue reading
At the begining, there was one idea! In time of depression, let’s build Infrastructure! No more place for public roads investments ? What about one more HERE? What about investing in churches ? But where to squize them ? Whhat … Continue reading
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If you happened to be in Tokyo and looking for some great Romanian food i would always recommend: Restaurant Romania レストラン ルーマニア Tokyo-to, Nakano Ku, Hon Chou 1-32-24 Opening hours – 11:00～15:00 and 17:00～22:00 Telephone – 03-5334-5341 Max: 45 people … Continue reading
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In this area(Daesan-myeon, Dong-eup, Changwon, South Korea), more than 100 kinds of various birds(amounting 10,000 to 20,000) are spotted. Winter migratory birds stay here while summer migratory birds such as egrets rest and eat. In addition, many spectacled teals, which … Continue reading
Dojangpo Maeul is a quaint little village lying between the Hakdong Pebble Beach and the Hammock Beach on the Geojedo Island which is Korea’s second largest. A little heaven of opulence, this simple fishing village comprises of enchanting houses and … Continue reading
Oedo island is a marine western-style botanical garden in Hallyeo Haesang National Park, built by Lee Chang-ho and his wife after they settled on in 1969 (Belongs to Geoje city, Gyeongsangnam-do, South Korea).The island is home to more than 3,000 … Continue reading
The peak of Mount Fuji seen from the highest car access point and a detail view of the snowfree (november) top.
(Wikipedia)The Segway PT is a two-wheeled, self-balancing electric vehicle invented by Dean Kamen. It is produced by Segway Inc. of New Hampshire, USA. The name “Segway” is a homophone of “segue” (a smooth transition, literally Italian for “follows”). PT is … Continue reading
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Sakura or Cherry Blossom (Japanese kanji & Chinese character: ? or ?; hiragana: ???; katakana: ???) is the Japanese name for ornamental cherry trees, Prunus serrulata, and their blossoms. Cherry fruit (known as sakuranbo) come from a different species of … Continue reading
I’ve met her on yahoo 360 last year and we’ve been together ever since. Tonight, in Tokyo Disneyland, I will offer this engagement ring and ask her to marry me. What do you think my friends ? What will she … Continue reading
Girl: Do I ever cross your mind?Boy: NoGirl: Am i pretty?Boy: NoGirl: Do you like me?Boy: Not reallyGirl: Do you want me?Boy: NoGirl: Would you cry if I left?Boy: NoGirl: Would you live for me?Boy: NoGirl:Would you do anything for … Continue reading
With the birth rate dropping year after year, it is time for all of us “youngsters” to think about it. I’ll post here as support some baby photos and a good news I’ve read on BBC News Asia Pacific. News … Continue reading
Shibuya (???, Shibuya-ku?) is one of the 23 special wards of Tokyo, Japan. As of 2005, it had an estimated population of 195,877 and a density of 12,960 persons per km². The total area is 15.11 km². The name “Shibuya” … Continue reading
The traditional Japanese New Year meal for January 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
Well this is the Christmas cake we had. Chocolate … so delicious, I can’t wait for the next Christmas ..
Today at lunch we had a tasty Christmas cake. The nice ladies (around me in the picture) are the ones taking care of the good functioning of JST Plaza Osaka. Holidays are coming … get ready people !
Knowing the passion of Japanese people for soaking in a bath one should not be surprised learning that in Japan, pigeons do bath in water …. the following pictures I took on a sunny November day (24 Celsius) are the … Continue reading
I know I can’t change the past and I know I can’t change the future. I know the only time of DOING it’s present time. I know I am accounted for each and every day so I don’t spend today … Continue reading
Photo of the Yakushi-ike park in Tokyo.
Sometimes, a hug is all what we need. Free hugs is a real life controversial story of Juan Mann, a man whos sole mission was to reach out and hug a stranger to brighten up their lives. In this age … Continue reading
With the Milan Fashion Week on the way, I was thinking why not to share with you my favorite (GAP) outfit of this past summer. So i decided to post this pic of me in it. What was new for … Continue reading
According to the Victorian “Language of flowers“, different coloured roses each have their own symbolic meaning: Red: love Pink: grace, lesser feelings of love Dark Pink: gratitude Light Pink: admiration, sympathy White: innocence, purity, secrecy, friendship, reverence and humility. Yellow: … Continue reading
I was thinking about a quick quiz as the weekend is approaching and i found this funny one: What kind of seducer are you my friend? The photo matches my type … what is yours ?
Kimono (Japanese: 着物, literally “something worn”, i.e., “clothes”) are the traditional garments of Japan. Originally kimono was used for all types of clothing, but it came to refer specifically to the full-length garment that is still worn by women, men, … Continue reading
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This “monument” in Ise i was told it’s a symbol of marriage… the rope tides the two rocks: man and woman. I wondered as i saw it if this is what it takes to keep man and woman together.
There is a place at heart of Osaka that one must not miss … The Shin Umeda City with it’Floating Garden Observatory at the top of the Sky Building (40F). One of the highest buildings in Japan offer day and … Continue reading
Enjoy this beautifull evening view of the Osaka Jo