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Korean Project for Water Crisis

Since last year, MBC, one of the Korean broadcasting system has been doing project for 3rd countries.

Famous Korean celebrities visit poor countries and create new water pipe for them for free.

Everyone who participate in the project try his/her best for them because they feel sorry for them.

When they succeed in making new water pipe, they often cry because they feel complishment. They have been visited Vietnam, Haiti and etc.

Posted on May 10, 2010 at 6:04am


In 2020, I will have dinner with W and we will hold a party. We will get some foods from my gardens and they are fresh enough because I didn't use any herbicide. I will cook with those foods and the dish will be called "Fresh Salad!" It will be delicious unlike other salads. Because I will have been rasing them for 6 months devoting myself.

Posted on May 10, 2010 at 5:30am

Children's day In 2020

Today is the Children's Day In Korea, May 5th,

In the Central Park, most childrens are playing together but it is too hot.

Therefore, Korean government decides to lunch new solutions which was completed last month.

The new method is using a solar power and using the sunlight, it will spin an electric fan.

It doesn't cost a lot of money since this method only needs metal board, and it is eco-friendly.

In the afternoon, workers come…


Posted on May 6, 2010 at 6:44am

new way to power

During the summer, the weather is so hot. So I think I can use solar energy during the summer.

(Of course like Thailand, we can use this method anythime you want.)

Afternoon, when the temperature becomes the highest, a metal board will absorb the sunlight.

Then it will be really hot in short time and it will produce electricity.

We can use the electricity for air conditioner or oven.

Posted on May 6, 2010 at 6:37am

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