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Thursday, 29 March 2012

Ninie I miss you too.

Ming Han, I miss you-------

Ninie wait--------

I can play with you again during the school holidays!

No fun of playing alone

Ninie you see-------

I have to go to school , my teacher always says: Sit down and play toys.

Where is Ming Han ?

I am tired------

Ming Han is chasing me around the house

Ninie run, Ninie run-------

I like to play with Ming Han



This is my rhino

I am waiting for Ming Han to come and--

I have a new toy


我坐在一个 lychee basket 里面拍了这张照片,那时我才八个星期大。かわいですか。


我刚跑了几圈,有点累。先休息一下。我喜欢听 sentimental music。现在 Sarah Brightman 在唱那首Chanson D'Enfance。

Ninie's Diary


我的名字叫做妮妮,今年3岁。我是一只雪纳瑞-Miniature Schnauzer. 妈咪时常说我是 Good Girl, I feel proud about this. 

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Friday, 24 September 2010

new shoes

I'm not feeling well!

Look at the shoes on my feet!
They are being put on so that I can't bite my feet although I feel so itchy----so itchy-----

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Monday, 16 August 2010

Stephen Hawking Says Humanity Won't Survive Without Leaving Earth

by Clara Moskowitz, Senior Writer

If humanity is to survive long-term, it must find a way to get off planet Earth — and fast, according to famed astrophysicist Stephen Hawking.

In fact, human beings may have less than 200 years to figure out how to escape our planet, Hawking said in a recent interview with video site Big Think. Otherwise our species could be at risk for extinction, he said.

"It will be difficult enough to avoid disaster in the next hundred years, let alone the next thousand or million," Hawking said. "Our only chance of long-term survival is not to remain inward-looking on planet Earth, but to spread out into space."

Humans stuck on Earth are at risk from two kinds of catastrophes, Hawking said. First, the kind we bring on ourselves, such as possible devastating impacts from climate change, or nuclear or biological warfare.

A number of cosmic phenomena could spell our demise, too. An asteroid could slam into Earth, killing large swaths of the population and rendering the planet uninhabitable. Or supernova or gamma-ray burst near our spot in the Milky Way could prove ruinous for life on Earth.

Life on Earth could even be threatened by an extraterrestrial civilization, Hawking has pointed out on his Discovery Channel television series, "Into the Universe with Stephen Hawking."

Dangerous aliens may want to take over the planet to use its resources for themselves, he said in the series. It would be safer for the survival of our species if we had people living on other worlds as a backup plan, Hawking proposed.

"The human race shouldn't have all its eggs in one basket, or on one planet," he told Big Think. "Let's hope we can avoid dropping the basket until we have spread the load."

Wednesday, 5 May 2010

Saturday, 13 March 2010


Let me let me, I want to go inside first!

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Sunday, 28 February 2010


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