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May is Asian Hertiage Month!
Que tal mis amigos! This is your favorite chica Jessamine aka @amobigbang here! I'm so thrilled to remind you all that May is Asian Hertiage Month. This is when we celebrate and highlight Asian hertiage. This card highlights some known Asians and Asian-Americans. There is a diverse range of people in this card! For more information make sure to click on the source links. KpopINT Chairs: @bbyitskatie @MichelleIbarra @Sailynn KpopINT Fam: @amobigbang @daniimals @elaynethtrumpet @Gaarita100 @JohnEvans @Insfired @KpopBeat @krystalrikpop @LenaBlackRose @LexiMintkgtopty @ParkHwaYoung @parktaemi @reyestiny93 @Stefany17 @tayunnie None of these images or videos belong to KpopINT Writer Jessamine aka Social Media Event Organizer/Planner aka @amobigbang This video is by Buzzfeed. Asian Art 1. Katsushika Hokusai October or November 1760–May 10, 1849 (Source) 2. Lady Aiko - Mixed Media Art (Source) 3. A1one Persian calligraphy and Western graffiti who started street graffiti in Iran. (Source) 4. Jeong Seon, General View of Mt. Geumgang (금강전도, 金剛全圖), Korea, c.1734 (Source) Writers 1. Jyoti Thottam (Source) 2. Celeste Ng (Source) 3. Kenzaburo Oe (Source) Fashion 1. Kimora Lee Leissner 2. Vera Wang 3. Phillip Lim 4. Michael Cinco 5. Devon Aoki 6. Liu Wen 7. Bhumika Arora 8. Sung Jin Park Source Music 1. Jhene aiko 2. Amerie 3. Ji-Yong 4. Wakeshima Kanon 5. Lata Mangeshkar 6. CL 7. Jessi 8. Nami Aurora 9. Crystal Kay 10. Yuna Source Music 11. Kirk Hammett 12. Cheesa 13. 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Examination Certificates for Students
Of course, as well all know exams are a major part of education and that means getting a quality exam certificate to reward the students for their hard work is important. Students who have gone on to pass their examinations should take pride in their ability to get a clear understandable certificate demonstrating what they have achieved and they can go on to show their family and friends. That certificate should be kept in a very safe and secure location and that's where exam certificate folders and holders come into play. They make sure that the certificate is kept safe but also look stylish too and feel great to touch. They are crucial for the accompaniment of the exam certificates. Make sure that you are providing you, students, right away with exactly what they need with a high-quality certificate folder. You will want to invest in one that's sturdy and durable and will be around for many, many years to come. They can be embossed and have your educational institution's logo integrated so they can know where all their hard work has come from and captures what achievements they have made. Of course, if you have any questions with regards to the exam certificate holders for students and want to find out any more possibilities, then just get in touch with us and we will be more than happy to help you going forward. You should also explore more services that we have to offer with printing such as our certificate printing services.
Japan's New Temporary Tattoos Detect A Common Food Allergy.
Food allergies are no joke. As many of you might know, being allergic to foods like nuts, eggs, and wheat flour can cause a range of extremely dangerous symptoms, ranging from itching and nausea to even painful swelling of the throat and airways. Japan has been taking a pretty impressive proactive stance for early allergy detection - and the method they've employed to get the job done might really surprise you! These 'ukiyo-e'-inspired temporary tattoos have been specially created to indicate whether or not the wearer is allergic to soba. Soba, a staple noodle popularly enjoyed in the country, is made from buckwheat, the top food-related allergen among children in East Asia - with the strongest reactions resulting in anaphylactic shock. If the wearer is not allergic, the tattoo will remain a black-and-white design. If the wearer has an allergy, sudden red detailing will appear. And, differently from a traditional allergy test, this indication does not result in burning or itching skin. The tattoos are currently being used by the 230 Soba Street Promotion Association, a Hokkaido-based group of soba noodle restaurateurs along the region's popular foodie destination, Route 230. They hope that this kind of technology will catch on and encourage similar products to be made for other common food allergies. Would you rock one of these tattoos? Let me know in the comments below what you think of this story, and for more strange but true developments in the name of science, follow my Weird Science collection!
Study: Cinderella's Glass Slipper Has Been Scientifically Disproven.
Warning: If you haven't seen the movie 'Cinderella' before, be warned - there's about to be some spoilers. For everyone else, just some swift crushing of childhood dreams. This week, a scientific study published by the University of Leicester's Department of Physics and Astronomy proved that Cinderella's glass slipper - you know, the one she wore to the ball - would have been completely unusable. Yes, the shoes you've seen her box-stepping with Prince Charming at the ball in would have shattered the instant that she tried to walk in them - which would have made it impossible for her to move around in. (But much easier to be found, right? I mean, all you'd have to do is follow the bloody footprints. Just kidding. That's gross.) The team determined this by making some assumptions about the storybook character and the shoes that she wore that night. To give the story the benefit of the doubt, they took down her shoe size as a size 6, the smallest of women's average shoe size range. They also decided that her shoes were made out of soda lime glass, the most commonly used glass material. They then move into some pretty intense math before concluding that, even if Cinderella was an extremely slim girl, she would only be able to stand in her heels - not run or walk in them like she does in the story. If she were to move around in them, the heel have to be 1.15 cm - less than half an inch - which certainly wasn't the case in the fairy tale's many film adaptions. Do you think the study is valid, or was the Fairy Godmother just that good at making shoes? How does it feel to having scientists tell you that fairy tales lie? Let me know in the comments below, and for more strange (but true!) science and technology news, follow my Weird Science collection!