Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Asin Poses for 2010 Calender

Asin Calender 2010
Asin Calender 2010

Asin Calender 2010
Asin Calender 2010
Asin Calender 2010
Asin Calender 2010
Asin Calender 2010
Asin Calender 2010
Asin Calender 2010
Asin Calender 2010
Asin Calender 2010
Asin Calender 2010

With her entry into Bollywood it seemed that Asin would hardly come back to Kollywood. But recently she expressed her desire to come back to Tamil industry. Although she is busy with her schedules in Bollywood till next year, she wish to do more films in Tamil too.

The actress was recently seen in the State to receive the Kalaimamani Award from Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi. Interacting with media channels on this occasion, Asin said, “I am so elated for TN Government honoring me with the prestigious title of ‘Kalaimamani. Right now, I am much busy with Bollywood projects but would surely accept Tamil offers, if there are good scripts….”


The actress also came up with a rigid statement that her recent release London Dreams won her rave reviews. Regrettably, the film was not that noticed at box office and film critics made their open comments that Asin hasn’t got much prominence in the film. This may be a reason for her come

How do Chinese Youth Celebrate?

Chinese youth partying pics

Chinese youth partying pics

Chinese youth partying pics

Chinese youth partying pics

Chinese youth partying pics

Chinese youth partying pics

Chinese youth partying pics

Chinese youth partying pics

Chinese youth partying pics

Chinese youth partying pics

Chinese youth partying pics

Chinese youth partying pics

Chinese youth partying pics

A scene from a Night club.
Here are glamorous young people of China, mainly the Chinese beauty
It is approaching the end of year, a time when people are more inclined to take a short break from routines and take some time looking back.
Chinese youth are as fast-changing and diversified as always. It becomes harder then ever to try to make sense of the generation by ‘mega trends’, and a great variety of ‘micro trends’ become more important for any attempts to understand the young generation in China.