Wednesday, December 31, 2014

2015 New Year Resolution and 2014 Year In Review

I know, I know, it's time for that OhyesI'mgonnasetmyselfsomeincrediblydifficult-to-achievenewyearresolutionwhichImaynotbeabletocompletebutsinceallofmyfriendsaredoingitsoI'lljustmakeoneanyway.

Yes! It's New Year's Eve today and it's time for New Year Resolution *Yayyyy*.

Okay, first things first, I've got a confession to make: I didn't complete a lot of my last year's resolution, which was actually meant to complete the things I didn't complete the previous year, and was actually written based on the things that I should have completed the year before.

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

The Christmas Truce of World War One

It was 1914, exactly 100 years ago, on Christmas Day, that something miraculous happened.

It was World War I, the defending Allies were engaged in a bitter combat against the invading German troop at the Belgium-France border.

But on December 24th, at points along the western front, Germans placed lighted trees on trench and the Allies joined them in an impromptu peace.

Friday, December 19, 2014

My Encounter With Kopi Luwak In Indonesia

It was around 3pm in the afternoon when we arrived at the Ijen National Park, East Java, Indonesia. We were passing through a coffee plantation when Wahid, the driver of our tour suddenly broke the silence.

"A cup of this coffee can make you wide awake at night," he said,

"But that's not because of its' caffeine, but it's because of its hefty price!"

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Why Do Humans Have Uvula?

I believe many of us have experienced looking at ourselves in the mirror, with our mouth wide open, and wondered what's that dangling-testicle-lookalike-thing doing in there?

That dangling thing, my friend, is called the uvula.
So what exactly is the function of uvula?


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