Happy Chinese New Year 2011

27 01 2011

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US Owe China A Lot Of $$$

23 01 2011

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According to a June 30, 2009 survey, the U.S. Treasury owed China $757 billion in long-term debt.

More detail at http://www.treasury.gov/resource-center/data-chart-center/tic/Documents/shl2009r.pdf

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The United States’ total public debt outstanding was approximately $13.562 trillion at the end of the government’s fiscal year on 30 September 2010. As of 4 January 2011, the United States’ total public debt outstanding has surpassed 14 trillion dollars and is continuing to grow rapidly.

The chart below, courtesy of Politcal Calculations, shows U.S. individuals and institutions, when including the Social Security, U.S. Civil Service and Military trust funds own 62.2% of the U.S. national debt, while foreign nations own the remaining 37.8%.

The big surprise of the chart is that China, contrary to popular opinion, only owns 7.5% of the U.S. debt.

“All Other Foreign Nations” are all those except China (for which Hong Kong has been included), Japan, United Kingdom, Brazil and “Oil Exporters”.

“Oil exporters” include Ecuador, Venezuela, Indonesia, Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Algeria, Gabon, Libya, and Nigeria.

Source: Political Calculations, January 12, 2011 (About the author: Prieur du Plessis)

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What Is Dropshipping? Some Information

3 01 2011

Drop shipping has become a very popular concept and lots of goods are sold to customers with the help of this concept.

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What Is Dropshipping? Some Information





Top AMWAY Agent in Malaysia & Singapore Khoo Chong Kok & Chai Choo

29 12 2010

This couple earn more than 9 digits per year from AMWAY.

皇冠大使直系直銷商 – 邱宗国与彩珠夫妇

Crown Ambassador – Khoo Chong Kok & Chai Choo

Khoo started out as an opponent of the Amway business, convincing more than 20 of his friends to abandon it, amongst them a 12-percenter. When he eventually understood the Amway Opportunity, he amazed everyone by quitting in 1982, the final year of his Engineering degree in Australia to build his Amway business. His passion and commitment best exemplifies the energy he puts into growing it into a global business. Twenty years ago, he caught a glimpse of the unlimited potential of the Amway business and took up the challenge. His far-sightedness has rewarded him with strong Amway businesses in Malaysia, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Indonesia, United States of America, India, Singapore and many other countries. Actively partnering with ambitious Amway Distributors throughout his organization, he enjoys a strong camaraderieship with like-minded people from all walks of life, who believe in working together for a better tomorrow, through Amway. Khoo is also an EDC in China. In Vietnam he has more than 20000 downlines organization. He is also Diamond in Korea by 2008.

  • Joined: January 1982
  • DD: December 1983
  • Emerald: August 1987
  • Diamond: August 1992
  • Executive Diamond: July 1997
  • Double Diamond: August 2000
  • Triple Diamond: August 2001
  • Crown: June 2003
  • Crown Ambassador: August 2003

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HLP = Holographic Laser Projection

28 12 2010

How it works?

Holographic Laser Projection – or HLP™ – is a revolution in display technology. The term holographic refers to the inventive method we use to create 2D images.

Using holographic algorithms, we transform the image we want to project into sets of diffraction patterns, which are shown on a tiny microdisplay. When laser light illuminates the microdisplay, the projected image is formed by diffraction.

Diffraction patterns are highly efficient. Instead of blocking light, they steer light to exactly where it is needed and away from where it is not. Calculating the diffraction pattern for each high quality imagewould be too computationally intensive, so we’ve created a more elegant solution.

We calculate multiple patterns, each of which forms a rough version of the image. When viewed in rapid succession, the eye evens out the noise and perceives a single, clearly defined image. So you get efficient, high quality video in real time.

Using lasers means colours appear rich and vivid, and the image is always in focus. HLP™ technology also projects perfectly onto curved surfaces. Its uniquely wide throw angle creates large images very close to the projector. And HLP™ has a class 1 laser safety classification, making it completely eye safe.

These features enable us to integrate infrared sensing technology and create an interactive projector that instantly transforms any flat surface into a touch screen.

Features & Benefits


Compact

HLP™ technology is ideal for miniaturisation, becoming increasingly effective the smaller the size of the components. Our roadmap is consistent with the production of light engines as small as 8cc – that’s roughly the same volume as a USB stick.

Low Cost

HLP™ can use low cost components because it compensates for any optical aberrations by modifying the diffraction patterns on the microdisplay. The system also has a very simple optical architecture that’s ideal for low cost, high-volume manufacture.

Energy Efficient

Unlike conventional projection systems which block light to create dark areas, HLP™ steers all the light to exactly where it’s needed and away from where it’s not, creating very bright, highly efficient displays.

Image Quality

HLP™ uses laser light sources to create bright, high-quality video images without the need for special viewing screens or surfaces. Our patented integrated speckle-reduction techniques remove laser speckle without compromising either the high-quality image or the system’s focus-free operation.

Robust Design

Since each pixel on the microdisplay contributes to every point on the entire image plane, the system is highly tolerant to pixel failure. If a row or column fails on the microdisplay, a conventional projector would lose the corresponding pixels in the projected image. With HLP™ technology, all that happens is the entire image becomes minutely dimmer. This unique feature is of great benefit to safety critical applications, and ensures a good quality image for the lifetime of the product.

Wide Throw Angle

HLP™ technology can deliver a throw angle greater than 90 degrees, creating large images at extremely close proximity to the projector aperture. This opens up entirely new use-cases allowing more mobile, more flexible and more creative applications to be realised.

Laser Classification

Unlike scanned beam systems which have a Class 2 or higher laser safety classification, HLP’s™ unique optical architecture can deliver a Class 1 classification, making the technology and consumer electronics products that utilise it eye safe.

Always in Focus

HLP™ uses laser light sources so there’s no need for a manual focus control. Images remain in focus at all distances from the projector. They can also be projected perfectly onto curved or angled surfaces without distortion, enabling exciting projection geometries to be realised for the first time.

Interactive

HLP’s™ wide throw angle and ability to correct for distortion in the software means we can realise a novel table-down projection trajectory and integrate infrared sensor technology, creating an interactive projector that transforms any surface into a touch screen.

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