A Vietnamese feature film about a love that stays alive through centuries will be released in American cinemas this December. "Nhan Duyen: Nguoi Yeu Tien Kiep", unofficially translated as "Predestined: Lover From A Past Life" is directed by Luk Van. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese film with romantic spirit to premiere in the U.S.
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1. PARO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, BHUTAN Paro is Bhutan’s sole international airport. The tiny airport is nestled in a deep valley and surrounded by sharp peaks of up to 5,500 m (18,000 ft) tall. Strong winds whip through the valley, often resulting in severe turbulence. Considered the most dangerous airport in the world, lights are only allowed during the daytime and under visual meteorological conditions in which pilots make their judgements by eye rather than relying on aircraft instruments. The dramatic approach to the runway is completely out of site for the pilots until the last minute as they maneuver between mountains at a 45-degree angle before dropping quickly onto the runway. Only a limited number of pilots are authorized to land at Paro. Below you can watch my Youtube clip featuring a full landing sequence at Paro. … [Read more...] about Top 10 most dangerous airports in the world
Darkly funny though it is, "Sightseers" has undercurrents of genuine and very British weirdness, like the reading of William Blake's "Jerusalem" on the soundtrack when the above-mentioned toff is killed. Way down beneath the whimsy is a class rage as heartfelt as it is warped. The director is Ben Wheatley, an up-and-comer whose last film, 2011's "Kill List," mashed up elements of crime films and paranoid-conspiracy capers; it was cheap, borderline brilliant, and you needed to take a shower after seeing it. … [Read more...] about ‘Sightseers’ has fun with serial killers
1. Learn as much as possible before you go abroad. While this is contrary to most language-learning advice, I strongly think you should know as much of a language as possible before going abroad- that way you can best maximize your time spent in the foreign country actually becoming fluent and not just learning the basics. Learn boring things like verb conjugations before you leave so you can best use your time abroad conversing with native speakers and fine-tuning your grammar and vocabulary. … [Read more...] about 10 Tips for Becoming Fluent in a Second (or Third!) Language
The rise of Asia has been fascinating to watch over the years. In the West, we’ve grown accustomed to 2% annual growth rates being normal. For nations like China, though, 10%+ rates of expansion were normal for decades. In comparison, their current 6-7% growth rate feels slow to them.myriad of things to do. Which casinos are worth your time? In this blog, we’ll share three of our favourites. … [Read more...] about Enjoying the nicest casinos in Macau: a guide