Thursday, 30 May 2013

Kereta api dan gajah

Four elephants have been killed after they became trapped on a railway line and were hit by a speeding train.
The elephants were part of a herd crossing the railroad tracks in eastern India when the express passenger train ploughed into them.Two adult female elephants and one calf were killed at the scene while another died later from its injuries.
Villagers attempted to join in the rescue effort but could not save the two adult female elephants and one calf which died at the scene. Another died later from its injuries
Activists have called for trains to lower their speeds through areas populated with elephants
A crane removes the carcass of a female elephant near Banarhat village, in the eastern Indian state of West Bengal. The track was closed down for several hours after the collision
Four elephants were killed when a herd crossing railroad tracks in eastern India was hit by an express passenger train

Sayangnya harimau

When temperatures reaching a stifling 37 degrees, even these well-adapted tigers need to find a way of escaping the heat.The beautiful big cats are pictured at the controversial Tiger Temple in Kanchanaburi, Thailand, where around 100 live alongside Buddhist monks.Many were brought to the reserve as cubs and have grown up around humans. But even so these pictures show just how remarkably close these fearsome creatures can get to their keepers.
The young tiger uses its powerful jaws to take a bite out of its new toy
With temperatures soaring to more than 37 degrees in Thailand, the tiger sprawls out to make the best of the heat
In this remarkable photograph, an adult tiger and a Buddhist monk embrace in a seemingly mutual display of affection
These beautiful creatures remain docile enough to be fed from the hands of a monk

Wednesday, 29 May 2013

Ryan Wang, a five-year-old piano prodigy

'Music just goes to my fingers': Meet the five-year-old piano prodigy who is already performing at Carnegie Hall despite only a year and a half of lessons
Ryan Wang, a five-year-old piano prodigy, appeared on The Ellen Show to talk about his incredible talent, and to teach the charmed talk show host a few phrases in Mandarin
The youngster was confused when Ellen asked if he never gets nervous before big shows. 'No I don't get nervous,' he says. 'It's just. . . I like to play!'
Ryan and Ellen shared an embrace at the end of the show
Ryan, who is fluent in Mandarin as well as English, clearly charmed Ellen with his polite demeanor as he taught her how to say a few phrases in Mandarin
The Vancouver, Canada resident, who played a concert at Carnegie Hall in March, broke into a rendition of Variations on a Russian Theme on the show, to the delight of the awe-stuck audience

Trek thousands of feet

What could possibly go wrong? The tourist trek thousands of feet up a Chinese mountain along wooden boards that were nailed together 700 years ago.

Tuesday, 28 May 2013

ALIVE from toilet pipe

Newborn Chinese baby is rescued ALIVE from toilet pipe after being flushed away by parents.Lihat dan fikirkan.

Monday, 27 May 2013

Traditional noodle-making

Kilang tradional membuat mee diIndonesia.In Indonesia’s Yogyakarta province, Yasir Feri Ismatrada took on the family business of producing mie lethek at a factory founded by his late grandfather. Yasir’s family continues to use traditional processes to make their mie lethek.

Sunday, 26 May 2013

I love u

Sejenak bersama saya melihat gambar-gambar lukisan sebelum masuk kebilik tidur.lukisan ini membawa erti kepada kita.

People and fruits

Pertanian merupakan satu pelaburan yang sihat.Walaupun diatas bukit,ditepi sungai,didalam bandar dan dimana ada tanah lapang,masyarakat disitu akan melakukan kerja menanam.

Thursday, 23 May 2013

Kids school

Esok cuti persekolahan bermula,hari ini mereka bergembira bersama-sama rakan sedarjah.Jam 12.00 tengah  mereka bye-bye kepada cikgu tersayang dan kawan-kawan sedarjah.Jumpa dua minggu lagi.
Jumpa lagi-bye-bye
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