Saturday, July 31, 2010

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Monday, July 26, 2010

China has been experiencing the worst of floods in decades.

China has been experiencing the worst of floods in decades.

Flooding in China kills hundreds

Friday, July 23, 2010

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Monday, July 19, 2010

大陸新移民導遊 搞衰香港旅遊業

大陸新移民導遊 搞衰香港旅遊業 1

大陸新移民導遊 搞衰香港旅遊業 2

香港女導遊被公司怒炒

Saturday, July 17, 2010

18 Magical uses of orange peels

1. Prevent travel sickness: One hour before getting in the car, pinch a fresh orange peel targeting the nose and inhale the oil mist from the peel. After getting in the car, keep inhaling the orange peel’s oil to prevent motion sickness.

2. Treat frostbite: Scorch some orange peel and grind it into powder. Mix it with vegetable oil and wipe the affected area.

3. Treat chronic bronchitis: Put 5 to 15g of orange peel into a cup; add boiling water to make an "orange peel tea". Drink it as often as you can.

4. Treat cough: Put 5g of dried orange peel into 2 cups of water and boil them together for 10 to 15 minutes then add some ginger and brown sugar. Drink it when it is still very warm.

5. Treat constipation: Boiled 12g of fresh or 6g of dry orange peel with water for 10 to 15 minutes. Drink it a couple times per day to treat constipation.

6. Hangover cure: Boil 30g of fresh orange peel with water for 15 to 20 minutes, add some salt and drink it.

7. Treat molar: Put a small piece of fresh orange peel into your mouth 10 minutes before bedtime. Keep the peel in your mouth until it becomes uncomfortable.

8. Prevent and treat sensitive teeth: Are your teeth sensitive after eating an orange? Put the peel into a cup and add some boiling water, cover it for 5-10 minutes then drink it.

9. Treat mastitis: Boil 30g of fresh orange peel and 6g of licorice with water. Drink it a couple times per day.

10. Kill bad breath: Chewing a small piece of fresh orange peel can stop bad breath.

11. Relieve the allergy symptoms after eating fish or crab: Boil some fresh orange peel with water and drink it.

12. Stop vomiting and cure an upset stomach: Boil some peel and fresh ginger with water and drink it.

13. Treat chest congestion: Add boiling water into a cup with a fresh peel, cover for 10 minutes, and add some sugar before you drink it. It can relieve chest congestion and a sore throat.

14. Treat indigestion: Soak 50g of peel in white wine for about 20 days. This is good for indigestion, nausea and vomiting. If you eat too much greasy food and feel ill as a result, try it!

15. Clearing phlegm from the lungs: Immerse a peel into white wine for at least 20 days and drink it. The longer it soaks, the better.

16. Treat a cold: Boil some orange peel and fresh ginger in water for about 15 to 20 minutes, add some brown sugar, and drink it as a tea. This can treat a cold, flu, vomiting, and cough.

17. Poor appetite: Chop a fresh peel and let it dry in the sun. Mix the peel with tea leaves. When you have a poor appetite, add boiling water into the mix to make an 'orange peel tea'. It can refresh your appetite.

18. Treat pancreatitis: Boil 30g of orange peel and 10g of licorice with water.

轉貼自Source: 看中國 KanZhongGuo

Thursday, July 15, 2010

10 Best Foods For Your Buck

By AllYou.com

Plan your menus around healthy, nutrient-packed staples that won’t give you sticker shock at the checkout. Make the most of your grocery budget by stocking up on these versatile natural foods that are good for your health and wallet.

Peanut butter

Why it's a 10 best: This popular pantry item offers protein and heart-healthy unsaturated fats.

Use it it: Snacks, sandwiches, sauces, and baking goods.

Cost: About 20¢ for 2 tablespoons

Eggs

Why they're a 10 best: Eggs are a good source of lean protein, and also contain vitamin B12, riboflavin and phosphorus.

Use them in: Omelets, frittatas and salads

Cost: About 13¢ per large egg

Oats

Why they're a 20 best: This grain helps lower LDL (bad) cholesterol.

Use them in: Baked goods, breakfast and to stretch ground-meat dishes

Cost: About 17¢ per ½ cup for quick-cooking oats

Apples

Why they're a 10 best: This fruit is a good source of vitamin C and is full of both soluble and insoluble fiber.
Use them in: Salads and baked goods; as a snack

Cost: About 60¢ each, depending on variety and season

Spinach

Why it's a 10 best: This leafy green is loaded with vitamins (A, C, K and folic acid) and manganese.

Use it in: Salads, pasta dishes, casseroles, soups and stews

Cost: About $1 for 5 ounces of fresh spinach

Beans

Why they're a 10 best: This tasty staple provides lean protein that’s full of fiber, calcium, folic acid and iron and other minerals.

Use them in: Salad and stews

Cost: About 35¢ per ½-cup serving (canned)

Frozen vegetables

Why they're a 10 best: They provide fiber and an array of nutrients, depending on which veggies you buy.

Use them in: Sides and casseroles

Cost: About 40¢ per serving


Sweet potatoes

Why they're a 10 best: These spuds are very filling (because they contain fiber) and a source of vitamins A and B6.

Use them in: Main and side dishes

Cost: About $1 each

Brown rice

Why it's a 10 best: Brown rice is a whole grain and a source of vitamin B6, magnesium, copper, zinc and manganese.

Use it in: Soups, salads and side dishes
Cost: About 37¢ per ½ cup (cooked)

Canned tuna fish

Why it’s a 10 Best: This fish is a healthful lean protein and contains omega-3 fatty acids.

Use it in: Sandwiches, casseroles and salads

Cost: About 75¢ for 3 ounces

Source:  Yahoo Shopping

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Monday, July 12, 2010

FIFA World Cup 2010 South Africa Closing Ceremony

FIFA World Cup 2010 South Africa Closing Ceremony

K'naan - Waving Flag
Live at the Opening Ceremony

Friday, July 9, 2010

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Friday, July 2, 2010