Thursday, June 30, 2011

Seventeen workers, believed to be victims of a human trafficking operation, fled a Thai juice factory in the dead of night last week in order to return home to Cambodia’s Pursat province.

The Cambodians – all from Pursat’s Bakan district – decided to flee after working at the factory, in Thailand’s Suphan Buri district, for 28 days. They claimed yesterday that their lives had been threatened and that they were not paid for their work.

Officials believe the workers are part of a group of 57 people from Bakan district who were tricked into leaving for Thailand, with the promise of well-paid work at a car factory.

Suspected broker Sam Chhunleng, 43, was charged with unlawful recruitment for exploitation last week, while another suspect is being investigated.

Victim Chhun Chhornly, 28, said yesterday: “We were really afraid of the factory owner … because the factory owner used to tell all the workers that we would be shot dead if they knew we wanted to run away.”

The group, he said, escaped from the juice factory at midnight before meeting a truck, hired by some of their worried relatives and parked 20 minutes away, to take them to a border at Banteay Meanchey and back home.

Ou Sarann, 25, claims he realised he had been trafficked after working at the factory for a week.

When he asked about wages, he was told he had been sold to the facility.

“We were waiting to see if an organisation or officials could help us to leave from the factory, but we did not see anyone. Then, we decided to flee from the factory by ourselves,” he said yesterday.

Heang Sytha, director of Pursat province’s human trafficking and juvenile protection department, said yesterday that officials were trying to locate the rest of the group.

“We are trying our best to help them by cooperating with the Interior Ministry and consulting with Thailand,” he said, adding that officials were worried about their safety. according to ppp

KR Tribunal
Judges at the Khmer Rouge tribunal are actively considering contempt proceedings against people who have leaked confidential court documents as well as media outlets that have published them, a court spokesman said yesterday.

The comments followed the publication on Monday of confidential documents by the New Zealand-based Scoop news site.

“The co-investigating judges have already made clear that they may pursue by legal means anyone publishing from confidential court documents,” court spokesman Lars Olsen said, referring to a June 9 statement.

“Contempt of court procedures against persons who forwarded confidential documents without authorisation and against those who published them are under active consideration by the office of the co-investigating judges,” Olsen added.

The United States-based Christian Science Monitor published two articles earlier this month that quoted extensively from confidential documents relating to the court’s controversial Cases 003 and 004, sparking the statement from the judges.

Scoop cited the judges’ rejection of a Case 003 civil party application by Rob Hamill, who lost his brother to the Khmer Rouge, in explaining its decision to publish. according to ppp

Villagers in Banteay Meanchey province have fled their homes amid growing front-line tension and reports of troop reinforcement on the Cambodia-Thai border, local officials said yesterday.

Relations between the countries have become increasingly strained since Thailand announced on Saturday that it  was  walking away from a UNESCO World Heritage Committee meeting in Paris, primarily over the discussion of a Cambodian management plan for Preah Vihear temple. Thailand has claimed the plan  threatens its territorial integrity.

Ma Moa, deputy commander of the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces division 41, said yesterday  his troops had begun fortifying their positions at Ta Moan mountain, near the Banteay  Meanchey border, because they had observed Thai forces reinforcing and had been warned by their superiors of looming conflict.

“On the 27th, [deputy commander-in-chief of the RCAF] Kun Kim visited the troops stationed in Banteay Ampil district and said that in two days Thailand will attack our country, so we have to take precautions,” he said.

Kun Kim could not be reached for comment yesterday.

Pej Sinath, the chief of Thmar Daun village in Banteay Ampil district, said yesterday people from his front-line community and nearby Hanumarn village had fled 15 kilometres back from the border to Wat Ku pagoda, following warnings from Kun Kim and district governor Chap Phat, who was also not available for comment yesterday.

“Residents along the border have dug trenches at their houses already – they were digging to protect themselves,” Pej Sinath said.

Villagers said others had fled to the pagoda from Kokmon village, near the Ta Moan and Ta Krabey temples – the scene of deadly clashes between Thailand and Cambodia in April.

Patt Kimkol, 39, from Thmar Daun, said yesterday he had fled to the  Wat Ku pagoda because he feared conflict.

“We have previous experiences, so there’s no need to wait until the shooting begins. We just wrapped up our clothes and ran,” he said.

The Bangkok Post reported on Monday that Thai army chief Prayuth Chan-ocha had said troop levels were increasing on the border and bunkers were being reinforced, while stressing the measures were precautionary.

The apparent military build-up comes a few days before Thailand’s federal election, in which polling has shown the opposition Pheu Thai party holds a slim lead.

Carlyle Thayer, a professor of politics at the University of New South Wales, said yesterday border tensions were sparked by domestic concerns and although neither country would want full-scale war, a stray shot could spark violent skirmishes.

“It can erupt … but no one is using this for anything other than domestic political theatre,” Thayer said.

Thai government spokesman Panitan Wattanayagorn said yesterday Prime Minster Abhisit Vejjajiva had made no order to reinforce border troops and had merely placed those already stat-ioned there on alert. “We are not stepping up our troops, and we are not threatening anyone,” he said.

In a statement yesterday, Cambodian defence ministry spokesman Chhum Socheat said Thai reports that Cambodia had reinforced its troops were exaggerated and the situation remained normal. according to ppp

Photo by: Sunan Channarong
A group of Buddhist nuns enter the Khmer Rouge tribunal for the second day of hearings in Case 002 yesterday on the outskirts of Phnom Penh.

The Khmer Rouge tribunal continued yesterday with the second day of hearings in the trial of the four most senior surviving leaders of Democratic Kampuchea, with debate focusing largely on the 1996 pardon and amnesty granted to former KR foreign minister Ieng Sary.

In addition to Ieng Sary and his wife, former KR social action minister Ieng Thirith, the case also features former KR head of state Khieu Samphan and Brother Number 2 Nuon Chea.

For the second day in a row, Nuon Chea left the hearing early in the morning, telling the judges  he would return to the Trial Chamber when his own case was considered.

Yesterday’s hearing instead focused on Ieng Sary, who received a pardon signed by then-king Norodom Sihanouk upon defecting to the government in 1996.

Sihanouk pardoned Ieng Sary in relation to his 1979 conviction in absentia at the People’s Revolutionary Tribunal, convened shortly after the fall of the Khmer Rouge, where he was sentenced to death in absentia along with regime leader Pol Pot. Ieng Sary also received amnesty from prosecution under the 1994 Law to Outlaw the Democratic Kampuchea Group, which criminalised membership of the Khmer Rouge.

In a decision earlier this year, the court’s Pre-Trial Chamber ruled that the pardon and amnesty were no bar to Ieng Sary’s current prosecution.

The pardon, the judges said, related only to his 1979 conviction; the amnesty, they ruled, applied only to the 1994 law and not to the charges under domestic and international law that Ieng Sary currently faces.

This ruling is not binding on the Trial Chamber, however, and defence lawyers argued yesterday that the court could not prosecute Ieng Sary.

“Mr Ieng Sary negotiated that he would only reintegrate [with the Cambodian government] if he received an amnesty from any future prosecutions for any alleged acts,” defence lawyer Ang Udom said. “This was a non-negotiable condition.”

American defence lawyer Michael Karnavas acknowledged that amnesties or pardons for individuals suspected of mass crimes may be “distasteful”.

As in Ieng Sary’s case, however, they were often necessary to end armed conflict, he said.

“I agree that everyone deserves justice, no doubt about it, but I also am a fundamental believer in the power of the law, and the law has to be applied whether we like it or not,” he said.

Prosecutors argued, however, that the amnesty did not apply to genocide and other charges listed in the current indictment against Ieng Sary and that, in any case, amnesties could not be given under international law for crimes of such gravity.

Officials from the United Nations and the Cambodian government were clearly aware of the issues surrounding Ieng Sary’s prosecution as they drafted regulations for the court.

“There has been only one case, dated 14 September 1996, when a pardon was granted to only one person with regard to a 1979 conviction on the charge of genocide,” the 2003 agreement establishing the tribunal states. “The United Nations and the Royal Government of Cambodia agree that the scope of this pardon is a matter to be decided by the [tribunal].”
Photo by: Eccc/Pool
Ieng Sary sits at the Khmer Rouge tribunal yesterday.

Prime Minister Hun Sen, then serving alongside Norodom Ranariddh in a coalition government, said in 1996 that Ieng Sary’s pardon and amnesty had been specifically tailored to allow for future prosecution.

“If you study the wording of the Royal [pardon and amnesty], you will see that there is still the possibility to try the crimes committed by Ieng Sary,” Hun Sen said.

“We paid much attention to the wording of the pardon … there are no words in it which ban the accusation of Ieng Sary in front of a court which may be formed in the coming times.”

Trial Chamber president Nil Nonn said yesterday that proceedings this week, originally scheduled to conclude on Thursday, will now stretch into Friday after running behind schedule. Subsequent hearings involving witnesses’ testimony are not expected until August or September.

Towards the conclusion of yesterday’s hearing, the parties discussed the Ieng Sary team’s claim that the statute of limitat-ions for grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions in existence under Cambodian law at the time of the alleged offences had expired, barring their inclusion in the current case.

The prosecution reminded the court, however, that the first defendant convicted at the tribunal, former S-21 prison chief Kaing Guek Eav, was convicted of grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions, and the defence claim appeared unlikely to find favour.

As they did during the first day of the trial, victims and other interested members of the public filled the courtroom gallery to catch a glimpse of the Case 002 defendants.

Sar Saroeun, 55, of Kampong Cham province, said outside the court that he had served as a driver in the Khmer Rouge until his 1978 arrest and transfer to a road construction site in Kampong Speu province.

He claimed to have attended lectures by KR leaders including Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan after the regime took power in 1975 in which audience members were exhorted to seek out enemies within their ranks.

“During the Khmer Rouge regime, they taught me how to kill and how to find enemies,” Sar Saroeun said.

“I would like the tribunal to find the real face of these people and show that they committed these crimes.”

Other former members of the movement, however, are less enthusiastic about the case.

Svay Bo, 57, said at the court yesterday she had followed the ousted regime leaders to northwestern Cambodia in 1981, settling in the KR stronghold of Malai district, in Banteay Meanchey province.

Fighting back tears, she said she pitied the defendants and “never saw them killing anyone”.

“For me personally, they only did good things,” she said. according to ppp

Photo by: Heng Chivoan
Five migrant workers who spent almost a year in an Indonesian jail after being tricked into working as fishermen on Thai boats for two years were repatriated to Cambodia in July last year.

The United States government has indicated that the Cambodian government made little effort to combat human trafficking in the Kingdom last year, according to a report released yesterday.

In the Trafficking in Persons Report 2011, released by the US Department of State, Cambodia retained its ‘Tier 2’ ranking, which defines countries whose governments do not fully comply with minimum standards in the US Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000, but are making “significant” efforts in that direction.

Despite this, the report found that the government “did not demonstrate progress in law enforcement efforts against trafficking crimes”.

“There were no convictions of labour trafficking offenders during the year, and the government has yet to convict any labour recruiters whose companies were involved in labour trafficking or fraudulent recruitment,” the report said.

“In some cases, Cambodian police were reportedly unwilling to pursue investigations of several suspected trafficking establishments ... [that] were thought to be owned by or affiliated with high-ranking officials.”

Moeun Tola, head of the labour programme at the Community Legal Education Centre, said yesterday that it was difficult to prosecute recruitment agencies.

“When we push the authorities to prosecute [recruitment firms] they say the company … is licensed by the Ministry of Labour, so they are a legal company,” he said. “When the [agency] has a problem in one centre, they move all the girls to another centre.”

He added that some agencies may also be “linked” with high-ranking officials.

Labour Ministry officials could not be reached for comment yesterday.

The report also referenced claims from NGOs that the government had limited their involvement in consultations on a draft sub-decree to regulate labour recruiters, while allowing substantial input from the Association of Cambodian Recruitment Agencies.

There was “no consultation” with NGOs and civil society organisations on the draft sub-decree, Moeun Tola said.

However, An Bunhak, director of the Association of Cambodian Recruitment Agencies, denied yesterday that NGOs had been excluded from discussions.

“They are welcome, but they must have the commitment to help the government …[and] the migrant workers,” he said.

Labour recruitment firms have come under increasing scrutiny in the Kingdom following a spate of alleged abuses of Cambodian domestic workers, particularly in Malaysia, by foreign employers and the recruitment agencies that train them.

“Cambodia should have been downgraded. They have done nothing to end the abuses in the labour recruitment centres,” Phil Robertson, deputy director of the Asia division at Human Rights Watch, said yesterday.

Robertson also expressed concern that Cambodia had retained its ranking in the report, despite a failure to combat human trafficking and regulate the labour recruitment system.

“There’s no way that [Cambodia] should be Tier 2,” he said. “There’s been no sign of any political will by the government to crack down on recruitment related to trafficking.”

Meng Kimchhoeun, deputy director of the Anti-human Trafficking and Juvenile Protection Department at the Ministry of Interior, said yesterday that many labour traffickers had been convicted.

“There are many offenders involved with the labour trafficking who were convicted through the law and we don’t know for the other cases [involving different types of trafficking],” he said. “We have never been careless.” according to ppp

HTC Smartphone colors for ladiesPhones are designed like little S and color Wildfire quite feminine Glamor HTC expected to be sold in the U.S. this summer.
Last month had information HTC is developing an Android phone designed especially for women and phones Verizon will be released in the U.S. under the name HTC Bliss. In addition, information on the sidelines for phones that are quite similar to S, and smartphone Desire Desire Z. However, the latest images leaked on PocketNow shows completely different devices with Desire Desire S or Z.
This Smartphone called HTC Glamor and shape similar to the Wildfire S. The touch buttons below the screen much like the HTC Sensation. Glamor HTC will be the eye-catching colors red, yellow and green, is expected to be sold in the U.S. this summer. The price of it has not been disclosed. According to the Vietnam Post Office

Rò rỉ clip điện thoại Toshiba chạy Windows Phone 7A short clip on the handset Toshiba TG01 runs Windows Mobile 7 has been shared on the Internet raises information about Toshiba releasing a new phone.

TG01 smartphone ever leaked before some configuration information like 1GHz chip, 4.1 inch screen, Windows Mobile 6.1 operating system.
However, the latest video for phones that run Windows Mobile 7 operating system and the machine works quite smooth, responsive screen, app store is also activated Marketplace.
According WPCentral , the TG01 is a device used to test Microsoft features of Windows Mobile 7.New video on YouTube to share information Toshiba raises hands with Microsoft to release a new smartphone. According to the Vietnam Post Office

HP 7-inch tablet will debut in AugustHP Partner of the Inventec Corp said that the U.S. computer maker will release a TouchPad model size to 7 inches in August, besides 9.7 inch version is about to be sold.
The tablet is expected HP TouchPad will debut on 1 / 7, but recent newspaper Taiwan Economic News for new information revealing that HP will release a version TouchPad is smaller than 7 inch.
Accordingly, the partners said HP is Inventec Corp., HP will produce a product of about 400,000 to 450,000 per month TouchPad, including two 9.7 inch and 7 inch model. TouchPad 7, the expected size is 180 x 144 x 13mm, Screen resolution 1024 x 768 pixels.

With sweeping emotions 'to' touch FPT B810With long compact size, weighs only 104 g, FPT B810 phone design has attracted a young and stylish, just gives the user feelings when gently glide on the touch screen width size.

Newly released in early June of this nationwide, FPT B810 phone is touch-friendly compact design with intuitive user interface simple, vivid and easy to use with full touch screens sensitivity.
With sweeping emotions 'to' touch FPT B810
FPT B810 is equipped with large screen 2.8 inches and has a resolution of 240 x 320 pixel, satisfying "touch", "claws" to use the features on the machine.
With sweeping emotions 'to' touch FPT B810
Products can be multi-format music player, lively sound, the speaker to clarify, FM radio, 1.3 megapixel camera built-in camera; 3.5 mm jack plug suitable for all types of headphones.
With sweeping emotions 'to' touch FPT B810
With the application OperaMini, FPT B810 has the ability to support users to easily access information, updates, and connect with friends on the internet, many social networking sites like facebook, twitter, ..According to the Vietnam Post Office

Charging the phone by touch and pressResearchers at RMIT University and Australian National University have invented a piezoelectric film has the ability to generate energy when you touch it.
PiezoElectricity piezoelectric film when coated onto the surface of the device can sense pressure changes each time you enter or touch the screen to energy for recharging the phone, even when you hold machines on hand.
Experts said the technology will soon be launched. Then, the smartphone will never worry about running out of battery. Team of scientists creating the technology also has the ambition to turn the heart of man the tool generates energy.

Fujitsu Tablet can not slip outManufacturer Fujitsu has announced the indefinite postponement of the launch slip Lifebook tablet TH40 / D which is expected to launch in June this right.
Lifebook TH40 / D is one tablet a unique slider design is now awaited, next to Asus Eee Pad Sliderand Samsung Sliding PC 7 . Equipped with 10.1-inch touchscreen, full QWERTY keyboard integrated optical trackpad. Inside the chassis is an Intel Atom 1.5 GHz speed Z67, 1GB RAM, HDMI port, two USB 2.0 ports, an SD card reader. Machines running Windows 7.
The manufacturer has not released the cause of the delay. Experts predict the cause may be due to the shortage of supply of Intel Atom chip, or slide design of the machine caused unforeseen difficulties in the design process. Earlier, a tablet other Samsung slider Sliding PC 7 also enables customers to pre-order on Amazon, but then taken down. Thus, after many promises, so far is a tablet that is slipped on the market, making those who love the unique tablet must continue to wait. According to the Vietnam Post and Telecommunications

Sony Vaio Z 'ultraportable' upcomingNew Vaio Z Series notebook with external dock can be the product "Ultra Mobile PC" ads that Sony had in April this year.
New Sony Vaio Z and external dock.
Information about Sony's new notebook line is revealed from a Chinese website. According to the new Vaio Z 13.3-inch size, weighing just 1kg, equipped with Intel Core i7 Intel's second generation, solid-state hard drive, HDMI 1.4 ports and a wireless display technology WiDi Intel (technology allows you to display movies or video from laptop to TV screen without the usual cable connection).
External Dock of the machine helps make it a powerful laptop with external monitor card AMD Radeon HD 6700M, DirectX 11 graphics support for the ability to play 3D games, Blu-ray and Ethernet connections, VGA and Thunderbolt .
New Vaio Z Series is expected to launch early next week.
Sony Vaio Z 'ultraportable' upcoming
According to the Vietnam Post and Telecommunications

Senate president Chea Sim yesterday appeared to endorse Prime Minister Hun Sen’s stated opposition to prosecutions at the Khmer Rouge tribunal beyond its second case, while the visiting United States ambassador for war crimes urged the court to resist political interference.

Chea Sim, who is also president of the Cambodian People’s Party, said that his party “supports” the court’s process “along the line of what was stated” by Hun Sen to United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon during a meeting in the capital on October 27 last year.

In that meeting, Hun Sen “clearly affirmed that Case 003 will not be allowed”, Foreign Minister Hor Namhong told reporters at the time, fuelling speculation that the government was meddling in judicial decisions.

“The court will try the four senior leaders successfully and then finish with Case 002,” Hor Namhong added.

Speaking yesterday at the 60th anniversary of the CPP, Chea Sim said his party “supports the process” of the court “to try the crimes committed by the most senior leaders of the regime”.

While the court’s mandate gives it jurisdiction to try two categories of people – “senior leaders” and “those most responsible” for the atrocities of the regime – Chea Sim mentioned only the first.

Government officials have repeatedly stated that trying mid-ranking cadres, such as the three suspects in Case 004, could spark unrest and plunge the Kingdom back into civil war.

Both cases remain officially open but the court’s co-investigating judges have apparently sabotaged the Case 003 investigation, which concerns former KR navy commander Meas Mut and air force commander Sou Met. No information has been released on the Case 004 investigation.

In comments to the press yesterday during a visit to Phnom Penh, the United States Ambassador-at-Large for War Crimes Issues, Stephen Rapp, said the US expected decisions at the tribunal to be based on the law and the facts of the case.

“We know that people would like to see this tribunal finished at the end of Case 002, but that is not a political decision. The decision is to be made by this court according to the statute, according to the law, according to the facts that are developed,” he said.

Clair Duffy, a trial monitor for the Open Society Justice Initiative who attended the press briefing, said yesterday that Rapp’s statement “fail[ed] to recognise that previous statements of this nature have had no impact on the situation”.

“Right now, action – in the form of an independent inquiry – is what’s required here, not general statements about judicial independence,” Duffy said.

OSJI has called for an investigation into claims that Case 003 had been deliberately botched by the co-investigating judges – who did not interview suspects or investigate crime sites – amid political pressure.

Duffy said Chea Sim’s comments were “definitely suggestive” of pressure on the court.

“Why would there be need for any reference to the executive in talking about an independent judicial process, particularly knowing that the Prime Minister expressed clear opposition to Cases 003 and 004 during that 27 October meeting?” she said.

Phay Siphan, spokesman for the Council of Ministers, said the government respected the mandate of the court.

“But we do have a right to express ourselves as a government too, or as a political party, too,” he added. according to ppp

Photo by: Sovan Philong
A train proceeds down the tracks at Phnom Penh Railway Station earlier this month.

The government and Asian Development Bank have agreed to suspend the resettlement of 36 Phnom Penh households living near railway tracks until villager complaints have been addressed, a document obtained by The Post yesterday revealed.

Human rights groups and residents of Phnom Penh’s Tuol Sangke village in Russei Keo district called the announcement, detailed in an ADB letter dated Thursday, an important development in the railway rehabilitation project that has reportedly affected thousands of households.

The step, however, is yet to resolve a dispute that rights groups say could push more Cambodians into poverty.

The letter states that an inter-ministerial resettlement committee has “committed that no affected households will be relocated until their  complaints/requests are addressed and all basic services are provided at the resettlement site”.

The “mutual” decision to suspend relocation and compensation payment will be in place for affected Tuol Sangke villagers who are being move to make way for track restoration, Mailene Buendia, ADB’s safeguard specialist, said yesterday.

A similar suspension is in place for affected households in Poipet until electric lines are installed and roadside drains and water pumps have been repaired in the relocation site, she added.

In cases of resettlement, an ADB policy statement says relocated people should be provided with “better housing at resettlement sites” - something villagers say they aren’t getting.

Sim Vireak, community representative for the affected households in Tuol Sangke village, said current compensation offers – US$500 and a plot of land in Phnom Penh’s Sen Sok District – are inadequate. Villagers will not relocate until they receive enough money to build new homes, he said.

“This compensation is not enough. Some villagers built or bought their house for nearly $5,000 or $6,000,” Sim Vireak said yesterday.

“They [villagers] will not move if the compensation is not enough and suitable for a new home.” Other grievances in Tuol Sangke village include an unwillingness to leave a familiar area, difficulty finding new jobs and schooling problems for children.

“I have lived here since 1980. I love my house. I don’t want to move,” Yong Maly, a 45-year-old Tuol Sangke villager, said.

“We hope that the new homes in Sen Sok district will be better than the ones in this area but it is very far away. The school is far away. My children are used to living and studying here. We are very worried about this.”

David Pred, the executive director of Bridges Across Borders Cambodia, called the suspension an important step but “hardly sufficient”.

An across-the-board moratorium on the resettlement of households throughout the country, coupled with independent review of compensation and income restoration, were necessary to begin redressing such land disputes, Pred said.

“Hundreds of complaints have been lodged with the competent authorities and the ADB, but these complaints have not yet been resolved,” he said.

Secretary of State at the Ministry of Transportation, Touch Chankosal, declined to comment. according to ppp

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Beautiful reflection of kingfishersImage kingfisher bird water to rush down to feeding through the lens of photographer Paul Sawer to be human in two, beautiful sparkling.
Files look like two kingfishers are bunched together early on.

Photographer Paul Sawer (United Kingdom) was "farming" in kingfisher birds in Rendham River Alde, Suffolk (UK) within 5 weeks to record the beautiful pictures. The result is a 39-year-old photographer had pictures of kingfishers glitter as they rush into the water for food. The photos reflect that looks like two kingfishers are working together first.
Beautiful reflection of kingfishers
After kingfishers catch prey.
Beautiful reflection of kingfishers
A different angle.
Beautiful reflection of kingfishers
Kingfishers perch on trees and sparkling underwater images.
Beautiful reflection of kingfishers

Admire the phone 'supercar' virulentWith the cost of only 1.35 million contract to own a phone totally "in touch" phone "supercar" of HKphone T91 keeps growing with huge sales.
Phone craze car after originally appeared in Vietnam on February 4 / 2011 to now form a large demand of the customers. We'll watch the photos a "poison" of the phone is creating a new trend.
First car is very beautiful with sharp headlights
Admire the phone 'supercar' virulent
The front design with very nice and shiny
Admire the phone 'supercar' virulent
Very nice stone mounted keypad
Admire the phone 'supercar' virulent
The car is located on a notebook!
Admire the phone 'supercar' virulent
Difficult to distinguish HKphone T91 with a car
Phone craze "supercar" of HKphone T91 keeps growing with huge sales is a surprise. Can be explained as a cost of only 1.35 million contract to own a phone totally "in touch", very nice and well.Thus, consistent with many segments of customers, including customers can finance up to the students, students. Should demand for this unique mobile phones poised for another rise in the future. Product Warranty 1 year and distribute genuine system of HKphone showroom across the country.

Video BMW 'burning tires' on the roof of buildings"Fast as a bullet, powerful as a locomotive pulling" is the message that the smallest car in the BMW M line to transmit over the clip.
2012 BMW 1-series M Coupe is definitely not a fast and powerful cars of BMW, but it is a coupe car causing the greatest effect on the market recently.
Next performances drift through walls suffocation posted not long ago, an M-series coupe continues to make the whole world to "cross-eyed" as the place where it was chosen to represent this budget as the roof of the tower of America in Los Angeles high-310M. This is the tallest building in California, the 10th high country.
2012 BMW 1-series M Coupe launched not long ago, with 225 horsepower engine, maximum torque of 450 Nm roll, to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in 4.9 seconds, speed Maximum 250 km / h.
Video BMW 1-series Coupe M "burning tires" on helipads of the building 310 meters high. 
According to the Vietnam Post and Telecommunications

Tag Heuer phone to compete with the ultra-luxury VertuManufacturer famous Swiss watches has launched phones super Tag Heuer Link runs Android, the crocodile leather or 18k gold.
According to the Tag Heuer Link smartphone is resistant to water, shock and dust. Gorilla Glass 3.5 inch screen has scratch resistant. Specifically, the casing of the phone has many versions such as leather, stainless steel, 18k gold, diamond or crocodile leather.
The back may have a 5 megapixel camera. Autolog lock button is designed like the clock, just for decoration has increased the tolerance of the machine. When a switch, the cover phone side will reveal the SIM slot, microSD card slot and microUSB port for user access.
The device runs on Android 2.2, 256MB, 8GB microSD card, support Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, WAPI.Your phone supports 4-band GSM, 3-band 3G HSPA.
The "watch phone" is also equipped with some exclusive content like ringtones, wallpapers, widget or program icon.
Price of Tag Heuer Link is $ 6,750.
Tag Heuer phone to compete with the ultra-luxury Vertu
Tag Heuer phone to compete with the ultra-luxury Vertu
Tag Heuer Link Video introduction. According to the Vietnam Post Office

Ferrari F430 Spider 'is' beautiful stuporFerrari F430 Spider covered with a mysterious black wings, with the highlight a few stripes and logo "horse leaning" yellow highlights, which make up the charm hard to resist popular.
Ferrari F430 Spider 'is' beautiful stupor
The famous car company in Germany Germany Anderson has launched a new package of the super sports car Ferrari F430 Spider. From the front to the rear roof were wearing the new aero carbon fiber wing black, but the company called Hyper Black, accentuated by a yellow stripe on the body and leaned mounted horse logo in the center.
Headlights and exhaust are equipped in line with the tone of the car, next to the glossy black wheels 20 inch alloy carbon fiber, front tire size is 325 235 and the rear wheel. Two tone color schemes of black and gold continue to be incorporated on the steering wheel, door handles and the seat.
Finally, technology helps optimize the ECU and sport exhaust system increases power custom car from 490 horsepower to 569 horsepower.
Ferrari F430 Spider 'is' beautiful stupor
Ferrari F430 Spider 'is' beautiful stupor
Ferrari F430 Spider 'is' beautiful stupor
Ferrari F430 Spider 'is' beautiful stupor
Ferrari F430 Spider 'is' beautiful stupor
Ferrari F430 Spider 'is' beautiful stupor
Ferrari F430 Spider 'is' beautiful stupor
Ferrari F430 Spider 'is' beautiful stupor
Ferrari F430 Spider 'is' beautiful stupor
Ferrari F430 Spider 'is' beautiful stupor
Ferrari F430 Spider 'is' beautiful stupor
Ferrari F430 Spider 'is' beautiful stupor
Ferrari F430 Spider 'is' beautiful stupor
According to the Vietnam Post and Telecommunications

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