•   Wednesday, 15 October 2014

    “Naruto” manga will finish on November 10th

    After 15 years since its inception, will come to an end, "Naruto", the popular manga created by Masashi Kishimoto.

    It is one of the best known global manga, and as announced in the official website of the magazine Shonen Jump, episode # 699 will be the last for the popular series and will be released for the last time on November 10, confirmed publisher Shueisha.

    Naruto, the series of mangaka Masashi Kishimoto, began publication in November 1999 in the magazine Shonen Jump, Shueisha. With over 65 compilations volumes and nearly 700 episodes, 'Naruto' has numerous adaptations in films and other products derived from the series of light novels, picture books, several video games and trading cards developed by collections of different companies are included. The last game to be announced was "Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution", which have around a hundred characters available.

  •   Wednesday, 15 October 2014

    Asia Pulp and Paper signs the New York Declaration about the Forests on the Climate Summit of the UN

    In a show of commitment to the environment, the company Asia Pulp and Paper signing the New York Declaration on Forests in Climate Summit UN to help fight climate change.

    Representatives from over 125 countries came to New York in a bid to revive international efforts to fight climate change.

    The "New York Declaration on Forests" is a commitment to international and multisectoral with an unprecedented level, the main idea of the declaration is to protect the world's forests and help fight climate change.

    Group President of Asia Pulp and Paper (APP), Teguh Ganda Wijaya, has joined a number of companies, governments and NGOs to sign the statement at an event included in the Climate Summit UN 2014.

  •   Wednesday, 15 October 2014

    Accessible tourism in Latin America

    Latin America has adequate travel plans aimed at people with physical disabilities?
    This is a question with a simple answer: Accessible tourism is not as commonplace as it should be, in order for the supply to be "inclusive" should have several tourist and recreational activities to people with permanent or temporary disabilities and now the offer is somewhat sparse.

    The ultimate goal is to integrate and include, and it is essential to create spaces and services towards improving the quality of life of travelers regardless of their physical or mental condition.

    Taking this slogan as a trigger we ask ... Where is the offer of accessible tourism in Latin America?

    Here are some answers ...

  •   Thursday, 02 October 2014

    The president of U.S.A. Barack Obama causes scandal in the social networks due to his dressing choices

    Last Thursday, after returning from vacation, Barack Obama appeared in a beige suit that generated much controversy in social networks; the President of USA, in 2012 told Vanity Fair magazine "I use only gray and blue suits", but is it really so important such choice of attire?

    At the hearing on Thursday after his questionable vacations, President Obama speak of really complex issues, all in the White House expected announcements about what action to take about the jihadist threat and the crisis in Ukraine or immigration issues, but everything was in the background due to their choice of attire.

    The question: What Obama wears ?, generated tens of thousands of comments on social networks, was the subject of discussion on major TV programs and made ​​headlines in every newspaper.

  •   Thursday, 25 September 2014

    The cities with the best public transport
    London, Portland, Curitiba, Hong Kong, Munich, Moscow and Vienna are among the cities with the most comfortable, attractive and safe transportation systems.
    When someone comes to a new city one of the things they value most is that public transport is friendly, easy to understand and, of course, secure.

    Often ride the subway or in a public bus is cheaper than paying for a taxi or rent a car, in addition to these cities, improve the quality of life of people is essential and necessary, get to work faster or purpose and live near a metro station or have transportation 24 hours a day is ideal.
    Next know seven of the cities that currently have the best public transportation in the world, excellent roads, trails, a variety of mobility systems, connectivity with the city, use of technology and speed of travel.
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