Online Fashion News
 
Google said it will leave China, but days latter, it is still in.

If Google want make trick on this issue, then it will be a huge shock of its business. The local business will carry out the same way as before and most of the on line foreign trade companies like milanoo.com (www.milanoo.com ) will not go bankrupt as Google leaving China. I just want say Things that happened after the declaration is complex than before, let’s get a deep think and we will find something.

 

Before the declaration, the Chinese Writers Association take Google to the court because of their illegal copy of Chinese masterwork, then the biggest search engine of China, Baidu,com was attacked by hacker, then Google announced that Google would leave China, then Google want to directly negotiated with Chinese government. It is so ridiculous.

 

Google taking a stand against China really changes nothing. The average Chinese internet user will just get over it and switch to Baidu.com if they weren't using it already. Not that it was about "free speech" to begin with, and everyone knows it. The Chinese do have their own culture. If change needs to happen, it happens in their own pace, and as much as I like Google as a company, they won't be the ones to bring change to China.

 

More importantly, people need to get out of their heads the idea that the Chinese are living under an oppressive totalitarian system. People's day to day life there is almost identical to what we have here; they eat, drink, watch TV, watch movies, worry about their mortgage, etc. etc. and are as uninvolved in politics as your average North American. If there is censorship, it doesn't affect the Chinese way of living in any noticeable manner. Not every country under communist rule is like North Korea, you know.

 

A patriotic personage of China leaves a comment said that Google leaving China is not a big deal, we have our Baidu.com. Google wants directly negotiated with Chinese government, no way. Another said that God laughs when Google said they want to directly negotiate with Chinese government, if Google want to leave China, just go.

Yes, Google, just go.

 
 
Los Angeles, California (CNN)  -- James Cameron carried home two Golden Globes on Sunday night for his 3-D blockbuster, "Avatar."

"Avatar," which has sold $1.6 billion in tickets worldwide in just a month, was chosen best movie drama, while Cameron won for best movie director.

"We have the best job in the world," Cameron said.

Many of the winners and presenters at the 67th Golden Globes wore red and yellow ribbons, a reminder of Tuesday's devastating earthquake in Haiti.

"It does feel strange to dress up and play fantasy, but I'm glad we are talking about it," actress Kyra Sedgwick told CNN on the red carpet.

Globe producers included several appeals in the awards broadcast for viewers to donate to Haitian relief efforts.

As "Crazy Heart" star Jeff Bridges accepted the best actor in a movie drama award -- the first Golden Globe of his career -- he joked about his lack of awards.

"Wow, you're really screwing up my under-appreciated status here," Bridges said.

The best actress in a movie drama went to Sandra Bullock for her work in "The Blind Side."

Robert Downey Jr. won the Globe for best actor in a movie comedy or musical for his role in "Sherlock Holmes."

Downey joked that he didn't have an acceptance speech because his wife told him Matt Damon would win the category for "The Informant!"

"The Hangover," a comedy about misadventures in Las Vegas, won the Golden Globe for best comedy or musical movie.

Former boxing champ Mike Tyson, who played himself in the film, stood onstage as a movie director Todd Phillips accepted the award.

Austrian actor Christoph Waltz won the Golden Globe for best supporting actor in a movie for "Inglourious Basterds."

The role of Nazi Colonel Hans Landa -- the villain in Quentin Tarantino's film -- required Waltz to speak four languages fluently.

The Golden Globe for best TV drama was awarded to AMC's "Mad Men" for the third straight year.

Alec Baldwin repeated his Emmy success at the Globes, winning the best actor in a TV comedy or musical series award.

Meryl Streep took home her seventh Golden Globe, one for best actress in a comedy or musical movie, for "Julie & Julia."

Streep, referring to last week's earthquake in Haiti, said it was hard for her to put on her "happy movie self, in face of everything I am aware of in the real world."

Streep had two chances to win the category, because she was also nominated for "It's Complicated."

Kevin Bacon won the Golden Globe for best actor in a made-for-TV miniseries or movie for his acting in HBO's "Taking Chance." It was his first Globe.

Bacon, in a CNN interview before the show, asked fans to donate to the Haitian relief through his personal Web site.

"Honestly, I've never seen anything like it," Bacon said. "The images are so devastating. I am hopeful and inspired by the way most people are coming together and rallying around it."

The Globe for best actress in a made-for-TV miniseries or movie went to Drew Barrymore for HBO's "Gray Gardens." It was her first Globe win after three nominations.

Chloe Sevigny, who plays the second wife in HBO's "Big Love," took the best supporting actress Globe for a made-for-TV miniseries or movie.

"Up in the Air," which was up for Globes in six categories, won the best screenplay award.

Showtime's "Dexter" grabbed Golden Globes for best actor -- Michael C. Hall -- and best supporting actor -- John Lithgow -- in a TV series, miniseries or movie.

The best actress in a TV drama series went to Julianna Margulies for her work in "The Good Wife" on CBS.

Comedian Mo'Nique won the Golden Globe for best supporting actress in a movie for her role as an abusive mother in "Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire."

"I'm shaking when I tell y'all I'm in the midst of my dream," Mo'Nique said.

Toni Collette won the best actress in a TV comedy or musical TV series for Showtime's "United States of Tara." It was Collette's first Globe win, though she has been nominated four times.

The Disney-Pixar blockbuster "Up" won the Golden Globe for best animated movie. Pixar has won the category every year since it was started four years ago.

"Up" was also honored for best original movie score, which was composed by Michael Giacchino.

The award for best original song for a movie went to T Bone Burnett's "The Weary Kind," the theme for "Crazy Heart."

The Golden Globe for best foreign language film was given to Germany's "The White Ribbon." Film legend Sophia Loren presented the award
 
 
Summary: The Award party is definitely a wonderful place for the female and male stars to show them up in the public. They even prepare their clothing and accessory months ago. Once in a year, handbag could be the key to the success.
It is said that beautiful thing show up in the world need a beautiful accessory to match up with it. It is just like these beautiful ladies in the golden globe, with their perfect figures and gorgeous formal dress, a proper style handbag is sure the finishing point. 
Look at these shining star, with a Luxurious Handbag, they are the key point in the grand meeting. The 2010 golden globe is coming soon. Let’s see who will be the first winner in this reword.
Golden globes are the most popular reword in the film circle, which is as authoritative as Oscar. The formal ceremony and dinner at which the awards are presented is a major part of the film industry's awards season, which culminates each year with the Academy Awards. So it is surely a good place for some one to show them. According to last golden glob, their handbags are multifarious, which will be the next handbag fashion leader?
1 Jennifer Lopez
Love it or leave it, Jennifer Lopez , pictured here, in an almost recreation of her past, now iconic, plunging Versace number
Picture
2 Megan Fox
Actress Megan Fox arrives at the 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 11, 2009 in Beverly Hills, California.
Picture
3  Vanessa Hudgens
Actress and singer, Vanessa Hudgens, looked very grown up at the Golden Globe Awards last weekend. She walked down the red carpet in a beautiful pale gold dress and beaded necklace. She topped off her look with a chic little gold clutch. Just lovely
Picture
 
 
Picture
 shopping from the wholesale merchants really can save lots of money. But how to get the right place to do our wholesale business is not an oversimplified thing. In this dynamic fashion business tendencies and patterns, it will lead to different interests. The patterns and wants of female could result in fluctuations of selection and needs. Most of Chinese wholesale companies do their best to satisfy their customers by provide them multiple choices. But in the present, people do not have that money and time to nitpick in these issues. The low price and high quality products are still their first choice. Hence, it’s very significant to know something about wholesale companies in China.

 

Last year is the year of Gossip Girl, lots of girls are crazy about the fashion style in the movie, they search on the internet and want find out if there are any online shops are selling the copy of their clothes. One of the biggest foreign trade companies of China figure out the perfect business chance. In the next month, they try their best to find the suppliers. And now the sell through is really impressive. Frankly this company is surely the good example for milanoo.com.

 

While the internet pass you to a great platform where you can buy the most worth thing. Then it is the Chinese wholesale company. Maybe for someone it is the right place. Lets make a careful look at the China wholesale company, it is used to be consider as the globe wholesale business party. Wholesale in China has already last for years.  All of them exist in the foreign trade field for many years and do have good fame and credit.

 

In the financial crisis lots of the Chinese wholesale companies do have economic impact by the world economic. But they still provide the world the most substantial price with low price. Recently, the media bid news that Obama is really regard the China wholesale as important during the economic recovery period. Maybe in the future, collaborating with the China wholesale companies and open a shop for low price and high quality products is a wise choice to leading a better life. 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
Picture
 President Barack Obama approaches his second year in office with just 50 percent job approval in the Gallup Poll, a near-low for his first year and one of the lowest second-year starting points for any modern-day presidents -- only a notch higher than President Ronald Reagan's approval rating at the start of his second year.

The results of Gallup's daily tracking polls from Jan. 2-4 come in the midst of an embarrassing intelligence failure, an admitted breakdown that permitted a known threat to board a U.S.-bound airliner on Christmas Day carrying explosives.

And this week, the Obama administration will release another assessment of the job market carrying 10 percent or potentially greater unemployment into the new year.

All of this weighs on the public's perception of the president at a time when he also is pushing a health-care overhaul lacking widespread public support through Congress.

With the House and Senate having passed their own versions of health-care legislation, leaders will be consumed this month with negotiations for a final bill. And those talks, inevitably behind closed doors, will draw continuing criticism for the secrecy surrounding negotiations which Obama once suggested should play out publicly on C-Span. The president will meet with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and several House committee chairman this afternoon at the White House.

The president still enjoys strong support within his own party -- 84 percent job approval in the Gallup surveys -- and minimal support from Republicans -- 14 percent. It is a loss of support among independents, who helped elect Obama, which is most notable in the latest polls -- with just 47 percent voicing approval for his performance.

Gallup notes that Obama's initial approval rating in his second year as president is "among the lowest for elected presidents since Dwight Eisenhower. Only Ronald Reagan -- who, like Obama, took office during challenging economic times -- began his second year in office with a lower approval score (49 percent).

"However,'' Gallup's Lydia Saad notes, "Obama's disapproval rating is slightly higher than Reagan's was (44 percent vs. 40 percent).''

No sitting president whose average approval rating fell below 50 percent during the year in which he sought re-election has succeeded in winning a second term, since the start of Gallup's post-World War II measures of presidential popularity. But two other presidents rated at 50 percent at the start of their second years won second terms.

"The meaning of the 50 percent threshold is somewhat relative,'' Saad writes. "A 50 percent job approval rating would have been cause for major celebration by George W. Bush for much of his second term. But given the speed at which Obama descended to this level in his first year, today it is more of a warning light that this initially muscular administration remains on the threshold of losing majority support.''

The survey of 3,032 adults conducted Jan. 2-4 carries a possible margin of error of plus or minus 2 percentage points.