Plastic surgery is one of those never-ending debates. Would you have a breast job for bigger, or smaller, breasts? A nose job? Tummy tuck? Bigger lips, adjusted eyes or chin, cheeks, some girls even pay for a bigger bum. Men also have tummy tucks and ops to expand their own manhood. The world has gone mad. I thought that these vanity transactions were merely reserved for the western world until I came to Vietnam and saw that was not the case, if anything it was more widespread here than in the UK. Not that I can comment on certain types of surgery but some you can see for yourself. I'll give you a clue, women have two of them. In fact, some men also have a couple but only the real fat ones. So, you are a skinny girl and sick of your flat chest, and feel that bigger boobs will give you more self-esteem - a boost for your confidence. They may even win you a husband or improve your chances of making it in showbiz or modeling. You save up some money and decide you are going to do the … [Read more...] about Plastic surgery is a real gamble
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VietNamNet Bridge - While singers who live by scandals and lip-sync are paid highly; there are instrumentalists accept dirt-cheap remuneration to live and die with the job. Super-income of singer' Every day the news about the characters in the showbiz, especially models, beauty queens and singer appears massively on the media. Readers are fed up with the stupid mouthpiece, supercilious purse-proud of those who are assumed to be famous. Stories of an actress who wore a branded dress worth tens of thousands of US dollars or a model appeared with a bag worth thousands of US dollars at an event are too familiar, showing the showbiz's showy world. Several young singers who stepped out from music contests on television asked for remuneration of several hundreds of US dollars for each show and then they were detected to lip sync, but they immediately blamed it on others. Meanwhile, instrumentalists had to sweat to practice in several weeks for each performance received several tens of US … [Read more...] about Lip-sync singers earn highly, instrumentalists earn less than chars
The 2013 Consumer Electronics show is a wrap, and now that we know something about the hundreds of new TVs models, it's worth asking whether all those new technologies will improve what matters: picture quality. I'm guessing "Yes" in the case of the Best of CES nominee Panasonic TC-PZT60 and the re-engineered Samsung UNF8500, very likely the two best-performing TVs of 2013 under $10,000. But those two are hardly the TV hardware poster children of the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show, where all the headlines touted expensive 4K and OLED sets as well as new gadgetry of questionable usefulness. Finger-gesture control, anyone? I got a chance to see both the Panasonic and the Samsung plasmas in extended private viewing sessions and suffice it to say, I think both will be able to surpass the mind-bogglingly good Panasonic TC-PVT50 of 2012 at doing what TVs are supposed to do best: make beautiful pictures. I can't wait to review them, nor to test a few other TVs that stood out … [Read more...] about The 2013 TVs of CES are bigger and smarter, but what about the picture?
HTC is making a two-pronged attack on Windows Phone 8, and while it may not match up to the specs on its new flagship, the Windows Phone 8S by HTC (yes, that's the official moniker) has some charm all of its own. The two-tone color scheme, aside from a few color licks around the lens and ear piece, keeps the second color limited to the bottom edge and the detachable cap. This offers access to the microSD slot (upgrading the built-in 4GB of storage up to 32GB), but like the 8X, no access to the battery. Yep, these new Windows Phones look nothing like HTC's One series, and while the same design studio is responsible, this time, it took its inspiration from Microsoft's tile interface. There's a dual-core 1GHz Snapdragon S4 processor inside, but the phone wasn't quite ready to be put completely through its paces. While the software was still locked down, you can take a video tour -- and read more of our hardware impressions -- after the break. … [Read more...] about Windows Phone 8S by HTC hands-on: a bright Windows phone that holds promise
Although she was young, Bong was a talented painter. Lan, a 'Cai Luong' (reformed theatre) artiste and the elder sister of Bong's father, was the first to discover the girl's gift. … [Read more...] about A Prairie Full Of Flowers