Saturday, October 31, 2015

Ukrainian Barbie starts carrier in DJing

Ukrainian Barbie starts carrier in DJing.
The Ukrainian woman who become a 'human barbie doll' has just announced her move into the celebrity DJ world and we realy think she can get far in this bussiness. 
She startss her "DJ mission with futuristic deep house and space disco". The Space Barbie Tour which will be hitting up America, Japan, China, Australia and Europe, and will play next music: "pure deep meditation", "amazing sounds" and a "mudras show".
Valeria, who claims to be from another planet, goes on to explain: "The DJ sessions will ressemble  a fascinating musical journey into the deep space. Valeria will be using special words from ancient languages, which will result in a meditation right on the dance floor. During her performance the Human Barbie will show special signs with her hands demonstrating a deeper immersion into the atmosphere."
Apparently an EP of her music will be available soon, which is great because after reading that press release we can not wait to hear some "pure deep meditation". We love Barbie girl.

American kids try different candy from around the world - they tried also Ukrainian Candy "Mr.Fizzy"

American kids try different candy from around the world - they tried also Ukrainian Candy "Mr.Fizzy"

That's the sweet experiment conducted by who decided to give a number of children candies from exotic places such as Finland, Thailand and the Philippines, Ukraine.
Ukraine provides the next sweet sampler with a selection of Mr. Fizzy Candy, mixed hard candies with a fruity, fizzy filling
'You guys are gonna want to put that in your mouth and hold it for a while,' the children are told.
'It's sizzling in my mouth!' Melody says. 'What on earth is this?' questions Vanessa as she wildly flaps her hands in the air. 'It's amazing!' she proclaims

Candy «Mr.Fizzy Mix» produced in Ukraine by Roshen factory. 
See original web site.

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

MH17 Crash - English Spoken

MH17 Crash - English Spoken 
It is common practice for the Dutch Safety Board to include a rationale for its investigations in its reports. For the publication of the MH17 reports the Board has opted not to do so for each report individually, but instead to provide a single document covering all of the various investigations. This document, entitled About the Investigation, will be published simultaneously with the reports.On Tuesday 13 October 2015
the Dutch Safety Board will publish its reports on the investigation into the crash of flight MH17.
Below, we provide an overview of the course of events.