Small Japanese Garden

Japan is the center of highly creative architects. They are due to background the history behind the man had grown into men who are not easily defeated by limitations. The simple example is about space. Houses in Japan are generally small, so they create a beautiful japanese garden inside home especially for those who don’t have a yard.

The idea, if the space out there are not enough, why don’t we create a garden inside the house? By seeing the picture below, you will be able to watch which space that can be maximized to create a garden inside the house. One place that can adopt this garden inside the house is the kitchen. You can plant crops in the land remaining in this kitchen. This mini garden will create a fresh atmosphere as you enjoy the cooking or having a breakfast, lunch or dinner with the family.

Another idea is to utilize the land at the turn of the inter-space as an example between the bathroom and bedroom. Make your garden by adding small stones as decorations just like this beautiful japanese garden house. You should choose plants that have the power to grow stronger in space with small amount of lighting, or you can also put a few pots on the balcony. Who says a house can’t be contrived into narrow small garden ? The transparent transition that separate the garden to these small japanese home interior is a wide transparent glass that could maximize indirect lighting that flowing to the interior. But one thing to remind, the wide transparent glass will need a great efforts to maintain and clean every day. The architects seems to have a cool solution to this small house in moriyama by covering the garden landscape with gravel to cover the soil. For further information visit Suppose Design Office – here





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Japanese Garden

If you have visited and admired a Japanese Garden I don’t need to tell you how perfect and inspiring they are.

But what appears to be simple and ordered in its appearance is really the result of hundreds of years of tradition, protocol and specific rules and meanings. To understand a Japanese Garden is to fully appreciate it in all its glory.

If you are curious to learn about Japanese gardens or like me have been tempted to build one after visiting some then my manual is just what you need. It covers the whole subject of Japanese gardens in simple plain English. Everything and I mean everything is explained in a simple to understand straightforward manner.

And, don’t worry if you are new to the idea of a Japanese or Zen garden, my manual tells you everything you need to know about these special and beautiful creations.

Similarly, if you already have one and cherish its design and style, my manual is packed with lots of ideas for improving and maintaining your ‘Haven’ at home.

Japanese Garden
Japanese GardenThe really great thing about Zen and Japanese gardens is their striking simplicity…less is more.

No cluttered beds and banks of shrubs and trees for you, traditional Western gardens tend to look overcrowded with no ‘balance’ between the ingredients.

Japanese gardens follow very specific design rules that are easy to understand and implement. You Do Not have to be a ‘Master Gardener’ with years of training behind you.

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The Pureland Japanese Garden and Meditation Centre is a remarkable place. It is a uniquely beautiful garden, and also the home of Buddha Maitreya (pronounced 'My-treeya'), a spiritual teacher and creator of this wonderful space.

There is now a Pureland Japanese Garden website, which contains some of the information explained here, and additional details besides.

The Pureland Japanese Garden, and the teachings and sessions provided by Buddha Maitreya, present a wonderful opportunity to bring spirituality and enlightenment into organisational learning and development. Spirituality and business - or love and business - might not seem an obvious 'fit' according to traditional thinking, however, we live in enlightened times. More and more people are seeking a new meaning from life and work. So there are increasingly significant connections between the ideas of spiritual peace, and what people want from their work and life beyond work. Pureland, based in the English East Midlands close to Newark Nottinghamshire, and Buddha Maitreya, offer a wonderful way to make these connections real.






The Pureland garden reflects Maitreya's approach to meditation and philosophy, in which he teaches self-awareness, peace, and harmony with nature.

Buddha Maitreya acquired the land in 1973. It was then one and a half acres of flat wasteland - the site of an old farm house.

Maitreya has since transformed the space into an extraordinary venue, for people who seek peace and well-being, to discover more about themselves, or for others who simply enjoy visiting beautiful gardens.

The pictures convey a little of the Pureland experience. Visit the garden, or arrange a session for yourself or your team, with Buddha Maitreya, and discover for yourself the wonder of this special place, and this special teacher.

For those too distant to reach the Pureland venue, you might instead consider asking Buddha Maitreya to visit you, to teach relaxation and meditation, and/or maybe to give his talk and slide show about this beautiful Japanese garden and how it was created.

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Dubai City Wallpapers

Within Part 1 and Part 2, I will introduce you the “must see places of dubai” by sharing good quality photos.I will share 56 very good quality Dubai photos, which is, I am sure, amongst the largest Dubai photo albums on the net.I will also mention hotels, transportation, flight rates, prices etc.

Transportation & Flights to Dubai…

I think, Fly Emirates is the best way to fly to Dubai.Fly Emirates has really a very good quality.I have never regreted of choosing it.Besides its reliable quality, the flight rates are cheaper than most others.Plus, because of being Dubai’s own company, Fly Emirates always has offers and economic tours to Dubai.So, check the web site.

You could also check flights of Qatar Airways, Gulf Air, Turkish Airlines.They are also to provide good quality flights to Dubai.

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Hotel rates in Dubai starts from about 75 Dollars per night and goes up to ten-twenty thousands and more per night.I will give you information about hotel rates starting from economic ones.

Rates for Dream Palace Hotel in Dubai starts from about 75 dollars per night.It’s amongst the lowest hotel rates in Dubai.
Rates for Admiral Plaza Hotel starts from 120 Dollars and goes up to 430 Dollars per night.It’s air conditioned, it has swimming pool, health club, wireless internet, satellite television with DVD players etc.You could check its web site for more information and reservation.

Shangri La Hotel in Dubai is amongst the nicest Hotels in Dubai and rates starts from about 285 Dollars per night.(See the photo below)

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DUBAI - A Dubai-based consortium is among four groups interested in acquiring NBA franchise the Detroit Pistons, U.S. daily The Detroit News reported on Saturday.
The newspaper did not give any details about the Dubai-based consortium, but named the other three bidders as sports franchise owner Mike Ilitch, Houston businessman George Postolos and Beverly Hills billionaire Tom Gores.
The Pistons are valued at about $475 million, The Detroit News said, but questioned whether the price tag is realistic given the tough economy.
NBA legend Magic Johnson, a Michigan native, has expressed interest in being part of the Pistons ownership group and has held talks with interested parties, The Detroit News said.
The Pistons have won three NBA Championships in the franchise’s history, including back-to-back wins in 1989 and 1990 and another in 2004.

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Dubai City BuildingThe National Football League in the United States is currently expanding overseas, just as the World of International Soccer is growing in the US. Soon there will be a European Team in the NFL and there are secret talks right now in Dubai to produce a team there as well. The Islamic Football Team in Dubai, will soon show all the world and especially the greatest nation ever created in the History of Mankind, that the Muslim World is not weak.
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Dubai City BuildingThe Dubai Consortium being put together now, has plenty of money to recruit the greatest athletes around the world and throughout the Middle East to put together one very hard to beat team. Is the United States of America ready to lose it's strangle hold on Football? Can the US Football Fan handle being beaten by Dubai or a team in Europe? Football is not a hard sport to learn and the human talent needed to win is common amongst all people of the World.
Speed, agility, strength, pre-cognition and will are possessed by humans around the globe. Soon, there will be an announcement that there will be a new Islamic Football Team in Dubai, as the NFL is about to Expand. Dubai will soon have the tallest building in the world, the finest resorts and perhaps the greatest football team that has ever stepped foot on the field, playing in a World Class Stadium, and the likes of which have not been seen since the Roman Coliseum. So tell me, football fans, are you ready for that?

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Dubai Studio City, the dedicated film and broadcast production free zone and a member of TECOM Investments Media Cluster, today announced it will host semi-final judging sessions for the International Emmy Awards, in collaboration with The Frame, a Dubai Studio City-based film production company. The judging sessions will be held as DSC, on behalf of the world-renowned International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences from 30 June – 1 July. The jury panel will comprise distinguished media professionals who are independent and specialists in the type of programme they are evaluating. The International Emmy Awards are divided into 15 categories and given in recognition of international programmes produced and initially broadcast outside of the United States.

Dubai Studio City, the dedicated film and broadcast production free zone and a member of TECOM Investments Media Cluster, today announced it will host semi-final judging sessions for the International Emmy Awards, in collaboration with The Frame, a Dubai Studio City-based film production company. The judging sessions will be held as DSC, on behalf of the world-renowned International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences from 30 June – 1 July. The jury panel will comprise distinguished media professionals who are independent and specialists in the type of programme they are evaluating. The International Emmy Awards are divided into 15 categories and given in recognition of international programmes produced and initially broadcast outside of the United States.





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Like the buildings above, this facility was originally built as a hangar for giant airships; however, it has been converted into an artificial indoor tropical resort. Though it’s third on the list by volume, Aerium is the largest single hall without supporting pillars in the world.

Dubai Airport officials wanted to improve the older VIP facility located elsewhere.

The intention was to establish an “improved, bigger and better VIP facility,” said Zaigman Ali, senior officer for press relations and communications for Dubai Airports.

The new Dubai Airport facility expects to serve 85,000 customers in 2008 and more in the next year.

“At Dubai Airports, we are constantly seeking to add value to our product offerings, and enhance the quality of customer service.

The new Al Majlis VIP facility is a reflection of that very approach.

A dedicated, state-of-the-art facility for Al Majlis means that we have the additional capacity and the latest in technology to enable us to serve our customers better,” said Paul Griffiths, CEO of Dubai Airports.

The VIP facility will has a glamorous reception for all guests, 17 luxury lounges for those waiting to depart and meeting rooms for business men and women to conduct business while in transit.

The facility also includes shower facilities so you can quickly freshen up, free wireless internet, luggage service, secured parking, a duty free shop within the area, ATM machines and limousine service, all with multiple payment options for your convenience.




The facility is designed to accommodate for everyone with special needs as well. The idea is to provide a home-like or office-like environment so you don’t feel like you are traveling. In fact no matter how much you hate getting in the plane, the arrangements will make you want to look forward to traveling.

The facility is completely integrated with the airport in the sense that it has services like check-in, check-out and immigration. It promises to be faster and more personal due to a smaller group of passengers that it serves relative to the rest of the airport.

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Dubai Airport, in a fresh report, claimed 22.6 per cent increase in the passenger traffic in response to slowly improving conditions of the financial market. Dubai International Airport saw 3.64 million people using its services during the period indicating surge in commercial and tourism activities.

The airport recorded monthly passenger traffic of over 3.8 million in January and total throughput has been increased to 19.7% to 7,501,848 led by passengers from Western Europe, the Indian Subcontinent and the Middle East. The robust performance in February is also attributed to increase in capacity by many airlines operating in the region.

Paul Griffiths, the CEO of the airport, said, "We were the fastest growing major international airport in 2009 and the figures so far this year is very encouraging. With economic activity picking up globally, Emirates set to launch a number of exciting new routes and the summer travel season fast-approaching."

Cargo traffic at the airport rose 26.7% reflecting rise in business confidence and commercial activities in the region.

Meanwhile, InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) and Ishraq Gulf Real Estate Holding Co have launched a 381-room hotel the Holiday Inn Express at the airport that offers range of facilities including power showers and satellite TV in every room, wireless internet access, laundry services and many more facilities.



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