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Are Governments taking precautions for a pending global disaster?

Posted in 2016 with tags , , , , , , , on December 13, 2016 by MARIE EMMANUELLE QUILICHINI


It does seem like governments are taking precautions for a pending global disaster. Here are the indications:

1. The U.S. space shuttle launched it last mission in mid 2011, at the same time that NASA had completely abandoned its government funded manned spacecraft program.

2. That same year the swalbard global seed vault was sealed, they then announced that they would allow the world to restart agriculture immediately following a global catastrophe.

3. The anticipated collapse of the global financial system as governments would not be expected to pay back their debts , thus considered an economic reset for reasons not entirely known.

4. Government organizations and the military’s ramped up efforts to build underground survival shelters and facilities across the globe . Are you aware that the demand for fortified shelters has skyrocketed just in the last 3 to 5 yeas. Why the rush? The construction of D.U.M.B facilities has been going on for many years now, and continues even today.

5. China has decided in just the past few years to quickly build subway complexes below most of their major cities which is very odd in terms of timing. The government also constructed a survival bunker capable of holding 200,000 chosen people.

6. Russia announced the construction of 5000 new nuclear bomb shelters that were required to be completed by the end of this year 2016. There subway system also had to be relocated deeper than needed for use as emergency shelters.

7. FEMA is building camps and acquiring body bags, as well as stockpiling tons of dried food. In 2013 they publicly announced that citizens should acquire a long term survival kit in case of a global emergency, at the same time that the DHS is buying countless rounds of ammo.

I let you be the judge
When there is smoke, there’s fire?
When it walks like a duck, talks like a duck, is it a duck?
Check out the video and make up your own mind

China’S New Space Station Now Occupied!

Posted in 2016, astronomy with tags , , , , , , on October 20, 2016 by MARIE EMMANUELLE QUILICHINI


On Oct 18th, Chinese astronauts onboard the Shenzhou 11 spacecraft docked with China’s new space station, the Tiangong 2.

Moments before the link-up, cameras on the Shenzhou 11 photographed the station’s docking port as the two craft flew in tandem 250 miles above Earth

This means there are now two occupied space stations orbiting Earth. The other one, of course, is the International Space Station (ISS). Compared to the ISS, the Tiangong 2 is small.

Indeed, it nearly doubled in size when the Shenzhou 11 joined it. Linked together, the merged spacecraft will orbit Earth for the next month providing a home in space about the size of a double decker bus.

If all goes as planned, astronauts Jing Haipeng and Chen Dong will more than double the record for the longest-duration Chinese crewed mission, extending the mark from 15 days to 33 days.

They will spend their time conducting science experiments and rehearsing procedures for future missions: Within a few years, China plans to start launching modules for a much larger Mir-class space station slated for completion in the 2020s.



Animal rights activists rescue 1000 dogs destined for slaughter at China’s barbaric Yulin festival

Posted in 2016, animals with tags , , , on June 26, 2016 by MARIE EMMANUELLE QUILICHINI


The pooches were being kept in dark, dingy cages and were clearly frightened when rescuers burst in to save them

An emotional video captures the moment a group of animal rights activists save more than 1,000 dogs destined for slaughter at the barbaric Yulin Festival in China.

The festival, which starts today, sees Chinese traders bring animals from all over the country to be butchered and sold for their meat.

In the footage, a group of rescuers are seen carrying some of the dogs to safety.

Sadly, the heartbreaking scenes are all too familiar in Yulin, where it’s estimated that around 10 million dogs are slaughtered by the dog meat industry in China alone.

Another heartbreaking video

Each year, a Dog Meat Festival takes place in Yulin, Guang Xi (廣西) a southern city in mainland China.

At least 10,000 dogs are killed during this festival which has been strongly condemned by animal activists for its barbaric, unsafe, and inhumane practices. Dogs are packed tightly into small cages with other dogs and are transported a long distance before they are slaughtered, skinned, and cooked for the thousands of festival diners.

Stolen dogs from people’s homes all around China are what fuel this festival as well as helpless dogs on the streets. It’s a horrific, outdated practice–eating dog meat–is nothing to be celebrated and in fact is against the growing tide of compassion for all animals in China and around the world.

We, together, can end this festival and this practice, and help the people of Yulin and surrounding towns switch their economic dependence on this festival to providing sanctuaries for dogs and cats and other domestic animals.

For more information on this Festival and animal welfare in China and Taiwan, check out Duo Duo Animal Welfare Project at
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Real change happens when everyday people like you and me come together and stand up for what we believe in. Together, we can reach tons of people and help create change around this important issue.

Thank you for your compassion and support.

Duo Duo Animal Welfare Project




China Snowstorms and a Blizzard Three Weeks Before Summer

Posted in 2016 with tags , , on May 27, 2016 by MARIE EMMANUELLE QUILICHINI
Hezuo City, Gannan Autonomous Prefecture, Gansu Province, northwest China – May 14, 2016. Light to moderate snow hit Gannan Autonomous Prefecture in northwest China’s Gansu Province from Friday to Saturday.

The snow started at 19:00 Friday and stopped at around 08:00 Saturday, with the heaviest snow hitting the city of Hezuo, where the accumulated snow was 13 centimeters deep. The snow water covered the entire street in minutes.

Four of their top 10 national news stories in China are about weather damage.

The late spring snowfall greeted tourists with a snow-covered mountain peak, with the snow up to almost to 10 centimeters deep.

Unusual snow in May blanketed the suburb of Beijing and the mountainous region in Chengde City, north China’s Hebei Province on Monday, forming an amazingly gorgeous scenery.

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China Boats frozen in ice

Cobra snake with two heads filmed in China

Posted in 2015, animals with tags , , , , , on August 12, 2015 by MARIE EMMANUELLE QUILICHINI


This mean and deadly two-headed cobra was discovered on a snake farm in Yulin, China, owned by a mysterious snake breeder who would only reveal his last name … Mr. Huang. He may want to keep a low profile because he breeds Chinese cobras

Chinese Cruelty! A giant whale shark being sawed into pieces while still alive!

Posted in 2015, animals with tags , , , , on August 7, 2015 by MARIE EMMANUELLE QUILICHINI


It is a fate too cruel to imagine – to be slowly sawed into pieces while still alive.

But this was how a whale shark met its end in China recently as its meat was butchered in front of a huge crowd to be sold at market.  The sickening scene was captured on camera and the video was uploaded to Youtube –  sparking outrage among animal rights activists and shark groups who have labelled the footage ‘appalling’.

The whale shark, the largest fish in the world, reaching more than 12 metres in length, is protected by law from being hunted or sold for its meat. People who violate the law can face criminal charges. It’s unclear where the incident took place. But the Weibo user who posted the video online told reporters from he witnessed the scene in Yangjiang in southern Guangdong province

Japan: An Amazing Giant Xylophone built in Forest, a Must See and Hear!

Posted in 2015 with tags , , , on July 28, 2015 by MARIE EMMANUELLE QUILICHINI

This beautiful advert was created by Japanese agency Drill Inc. who built a giant wooden xylophone (reportedly over 1mile long) in the middle of a forest

Polar Bears: The brother & sister were born in a popular aquarium in Shandong province, east China

Posted in 2015, animals with tags , , on July 23, 2015 by MARIE EMMANUELLE QUILICHINI


Images show the adorable twin cubs snuggled up together as they snoozed between feeding.

China announced today the birth of extremely rare panda triplets in the latest success for the country’s artificial breeding program

Posted in 2014, animals with tags , , on August 12, 2014 by MARIE EMMANUELLE QUILICHINI

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The three cubs were born July 29 in the southern city of Guangzhou, but breeders delayed an announcement until they were sure all three would survive, China News Service said.

The mother, Ju Xiao, and the three as-yet-unnamed cubs are healthy, the state-run news agency said. 

Photos showed the three sleeping and standing in their incubator, their bodies pink and mostly hairless. 

Ju Xiao was impregnated in March with sperm from a panda living at a Guangzhou zoo. In the final weeks of her pregnancy she was under round the clock care, according to the report. 

The triplets were born within four hours of each other and currently weigh between 8oz and 12oz.

Outrageous! China chops top off mountain for an airport with nail-bitingly terrifying runway… 2,000ft above sea level

Posted in 2014 with tags , , on July 9, 2014 by MARIE EMMANUELLE QUILICHINI


This is a new airport runway set to open in China next month.

Chinese architects levelled several mountain tops to build the spectacular £80m development in Hechi, a city in China’s southern Guangxi province.

Engineers managed to slice off the mountain tops to create a 1.4-mile runway that will provide a spectacular if nail-biting panorama for arriving passengers.

It sits amid several mountain ranges, including Jiuwangda to the north, the Phoenix Mountains in the north-west, Fengling to the east, and Duyang to the west. The Green Dragon Mountains sit to the south-west.

The airport, which is 2,200ft above sea level and has only one terminal and one runway, is so narrow that it can only accommodate three flights an hour – compared to the number that the mainland’s busiest airports handle on an hourly basis which is 20 times that. 

Hechi is located in north-western Guangxi on the southern end of the Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau, which is home to about four million people.

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