Canadian singer Avril Lavigne in March 2012 issue of FHM Australia Magazine – which seems surprisingly conservative, at least for this photoset. The styling makes her looks old on the cover, no complain about the rest of the pics. Image via Magxone…
Korea-born New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko has become the youngest winner of a professional golf tournament, men or women, at the age of 14.
The teenager won the New South Wales Open – an Australian Ladies Professional Golf Event – to break Japanese Ryo Ishikawa’s men’s mark (15 years, 8 months), and Australian Amy Yang’s women’s record of 16 years, 192 days.
Didn’t know this but he’s a successful stage actor before making his Hollywood breakthrough with X-Men in 2000. These moves are piece of cake.
New Wolverine movie in Japan
Jackman will soon film a new Wolverine movie which is set in Japan, but I think he will shoot most of the scenes in studios and “fake” locations. For example they made this Lipton advertisement in Rio de Janeiro and not Tokyo despite the title.
Trivia: Brazil is home to the largest Japanese population outside Japan. There’s about 1.6 million people of Japanese descent in the country.
[Update 2013] Check out the official trailers for The Wolverine. As expected it’s mostly filmed outside of Japan. Many of the co-stars are Japanese though.
The New7Wonders project have shortlisted the 27 finalists of the New Seven Wonders of Nature. Below are (copied & pasted) information of the 10 finalists from Asia; you can view all the 28 finalist at N7W website…
BU TINAH ISLAND, United Arab Emirates
Off the western shores of Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates, lies a unique natural treasure, wild n undisturbed by human activity: Bu Tinah Island.
Bu Tinah’s thriving ecosystem forms a unique living laboratory with key significance for climate change research. An undisturbed paradise, Bu Tinah has much to teach mankind about environmental protection and survival.
British charity fundraiser Ben Southall, 34, has landed himself the highly publicised “best job in the world”.
The Briton will get AUD150,000 in salary to have a six-month vacation at Great Barrier Reef… ok, not exactly a vacation as he needs to handle some daily task as the caretaker of the islands; but it’s pretty close to being paid to have a holiday. He will start his ‘work’ on July 1st.
The job, offered by Tourism Queensland in Australia, was announced in early 2009 and received more than 34,000 applications. It was obviously a tourism marketing campaign, and a very successful one considering the global publicity it receives.
Congrats to the dude [image courtesy of Tourism Queensland]