Bali dance – Balibs http://balibs.org/ Mon, 10 Jan 2022 09:49:19 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://balibs.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/cropped-icon-32x32.png Bali dance – Balibs http://balibs.org/ 32 32 Dance and music return to Bali, but not foreign tourists https://balibs.org/dance-and-music-return-to-bali-but-not-foreign-tourists/ Tue, 04 Jan 2022 20:28:24 +0000 https://balibs.org/dance-and-music-return-to-bali-but-not-foreign-tourists/ Sir David Attenborough calls again to save plant life with BBC TV series ‘The Green Planet’ BOGOTA: Rising over 250 feet above the forest floor, California redwoods are the largest living things on the planet. It is at the foot of one of these 3,000-year-old giants that English broadcaster and nature historian Sir David Attenborough […]]]>

Sir David Attenborough calls again to save plant life with BBC TV series ‘The Green Planet’

BOGOTA: Rising over 250 feet above the forest floor, California redwoods are the largest living things on the planet.

It is at the foot of one of these 3,000-year-old giants that English broadcaster and nature historian Sir David Attenborough opens his new series, “The Green Planet”, which will air in the Middle East on beIN at from January 1st. ten.

“Plants, whether huge like this or microscopic, are the basis of all life, including ourselves,” the 95-year-old broadcaster said in the opening minutes of the first episode, titled “Tropical.”

“We depend on them for every bite of the food we eat and every breath of air we breathe,” he continues. “The plants are thriving in a remarkable way. Yet, for the most part, the secrets of their world have been kept from us. Until now.”

The BBC’s five-part production claims to offer a fresh take on the extraordinary world of plants. To do this, he would have used an array of pioneering technologies, from robotic platforms and drone cameras to time-lapse photography on the move, to ultra-detailed thermal cameras, to the stacking of deep focus macro images, to ultra-fast photography and the latest in microscopy.

The result is a series that turns the seemingly static world of trees and plants into a dynamic journey through a parallel universe in which plants are as aggressive, competitive and dramatic as wild animals, locked in a death struggle for food. , light and procreation.

Footage in the opening episode features time-lapse footage of leaf-cutting ants tearing down succulent leaves growing on a branch and carrying them to their underground lair, where a giant mushroom waits to feast on the mulch. The ants are rewarded for their efforts by the fungus with a constant supply of small mushrooms.

The footage illustrating this strange symbiosis was filmed over a three-week span deep in the Costa Rican rainforest, where cameramen struggled with their heavy equipment through dense jungle, braving episodes of torrential rain.

Sir David speaking at an event to kick off the United Nations climate change conference, COP26, in central London in February 2020 (AFP / File Photo)

According to the producers, the weather was not the only challenge they had to overcome. A crew filming footage in Borneo, for example, had to face their fair share of adversity after accidentally disturbing a nest of giant Asian hornets, causing nasty stings.

Later in the series, Sir David himself fell ill with a particularly thorny cactus known as cholla. Even though he was wearing a Kevlar liner with a welding glove on top, the plant’s dense rosette of thorns was able to pierce through the protection.

In another scene from Episode 1, viewers encounter a species of bat that, like ants and their friendly fungus, exists in perfect symbiosis with a night-blooming flower. It offers small mammals exclusive dives on its precious nectar in return for their services as chief pollinators.

Viewers also discover a rather repulsive-looking three-foot-wide parasitic plant known as the Corpse Flower, which mimics both the look and stench of rotting meat – with fur. and teeth – to attract pollinating flies.

Behind the scenes. Camera operator Oliver Mueller uses a specially designed robotic camera system known as the Triffid to film the Corpse Flower (Rafflesia keithii), Borneo. (Provided / BBC)

Covering 27 countries and produced over a period of four years, “The Green Planet” claims to offer the first comprehensive glimpse into the world of plants since the broadcast of Sir David’s previous series, “The Privacy of Plants”, 26 years ago. year.

“In ‘Private Life of Plants’ we were stuck with all this very heavy, primitive gear, but now we can take the cameras anywhere we want,” Sir David said in a recent interview.

“So now you have the option of going into a real forest, you can see a plant grow with its neighbors, fight with its neighbors, or move with its neighbors or die. And that’s, in my opinion, what brings it to life and what should make people say, ‘God damn it, these amazing organisms are like us.’ “

Over the course of the series, Sir David has traveled across the United States, Costa Rica, Croatia and northern Europe, from deserts to mountains, from rainforests to the frozen north, to create a new understanding of how plants live, experience the seasons and interact. with the animal world, including humanity.

Behind the scenes. Team doctor Dr Patrick Avery on a canopy tram in Costa Rica with Sir David and drone pilot Louis Rummer-Downing. Patrick has just launched a drone carrying a camera, which will film David’s journey through the canopy. (Provided / BBC)

The timing of the release of ‘The Green Planet’ could not be more critical, as many of the world’s ecosystems appear to be on the verge of collapse, with climate change, deforestation and pollution causing more and more weather events. extremes and loss of valuable biodiversity.

In the Middle East, for example, where temperatures regularly exceed 40 ° C for several months of the year, experts warn that climate change could soon make parts of the region uninhabitable for humans.

In response to the looming challenge, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have launched renewable energy initiatives, adopting green fuels such as wind, solar and hydrogen power. The two countries also enthusiastically participated in COP26, the United Nations Climate Change Conference, in Glasgow, Scotland, in November.

The previous month, Saudi Arabia launched its Saudi Green and Middle East Green initiatives, committing the Kingdom to achieve zero net greenhouse gas emissions by 2060 and to plant 10 billion trees over the next decades. , rehabilitating 8 million hectares of degraded land and creating new protected areas.

In the wings. Sir David standing among the giant sequoias, Sequoiadendron giganteum, the tallest trees in the world. California, United States. (Provided / BBC)

Sir David addressed world leaders at COP26 to stress the need to dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions and prevent global temperatures from rising above 1.5 C above pre-industrial levels.

“Maybe the fact that the people most affected by climate change are no longer imaginary future generations but young people alive today… delegates.

“Our burning of fossil fuels, our destruction of nature, our approach to industry, construction and learning are releasing carbon into the atmosphere at an unprecedented rate and scale. We are already in trouble. The stability on which we all depend is being shattered.

Sir David should know. In a career spanning nearly seven decades, in which he has presented some of the most memorable nature documentaries ever made, he has witnessed this gradual destruction.

Clockwise from bottom: The Khasi family uses a living root bridge. Meghalaya, India; Saguaro cactus (Carnegiea gigantea), Sonoran Desert, Arizona. A mature saguaro can store 5,000 liters of water; and winter in the boreal forests of Finland. Spruce, pine and birch dominate this landscape. (Provided / BBC)

In 1937, when he was 11 years old, the world population was 2.3 billion and the amount of carbon in the atmosphere was 280 parts per million. Today, there are nearly 7.8 billion people on the planet, and the level of carbon in the atmosphere is around 415 parts per million.

Sir David joined the BBC in 1952 as an intern producer. While working on a series called “Zoo Quest”, between 1954 and 1964 he had his first opportunity to visit remote corners of the globe and capture images of wildlife in its natural habitats.

He left the cinema in 1965 to become the Controller of BBC2, a period during which he helped introduce color television to the UK, before becoming Program Director of BBC Television.

But in 1973, he decided to leave the administrative side of television and return to making documentaries.

Clockwise from L: A giant sequoia, Sequoiadendron giganteum, the tallest trees on Earth; the flowers of the “7 o’clock flower”, Merinthopodium neuranthom, are pollinated by the Underwood long-tongue bat (Hylonycteris underwoodi); and the giant water lily, species Victoria, in the Pantanal region of Brazil. (Supplied / BBC / Paul Williams)

He quickly established himself as Britain’s best-known natural history programmer, presenting “Life on Earth” in 1979 and “The Blue Planet” in 2001.

It is thanks to this cinema life, and of course his sweet and instantly recognizable storytelling, that Sir David is now at the forefront of issues related to the conservation and decline of the planet’s species – and is regarded as a treasure trove. British national.

“The world suddenly became aware of plants,” he said recently. “There was a revolution around the world in attitudes towards the natural world during my lifetime. Awakening and awareness of the importance of the natural world to all of us. A realization that we would starve without plants, we would not be able to breathe without plants.

Sir David believes the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting lockdowns have encouraged people to pay more attention to the plant life around them.

Sir David is now at the forefront of issues relating to the conservation and decline of the planet’s species – and is considered a UK national treasure. (AFP / File Photos)

“I think that being locked up and confined in your garden, if you are lucky enough to have a garden – and if not, to have plants on a shelf – has changed the way people look and the consciousness of a another world that exists that we hardly ever pay attention to, ”he said.

So what does he hope the public will take away from “The Green Planet”?

“That there is a parallel world on which we depend and which, until now, we have largely ignored, if I speak for the urbanized man,” he said.

“More than half of the world’s population, according to the UN, is urbanized, lives in cities, sees only cultivated plants and never sees a community of wild plants.

“But this wild community is there, outside of normal urban circumstances, and we depend on it. And we better take good care of it.


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Garuda Wisnu Kencana’s kecak dance entertains tourists on vacation https://balibs.org/garuda-wisnu-kencanas-kecak-dance-entertains-tourists-on-vacation/ Sun, 02 Jan 2022 13:24:36 +0000 https://balibs.org/garuda-wisnu-kencanas-kecak-dance-entertains-tourists-on-vacation/ Badung, Bali (ANTARA) – The management of GWK Culture Park (Garuda Wisnu Kencana) put on a kecak dance performance to entertain tourists during the Christmas holidays 2021 and New Years 2022. “GWK Cultural Park is committed to showing various Balinese cultural art works, such as kecak dance. It fits our vision and mission to become […]]]>

Badung, Bali (ANTARA) – The management of GWK Culture Park (Garuda Wisnu Kencana) put on a kecak dance performance to entertain tourists during the Christmas holidays 2021 and New Years 2022.

“GWK Cultural Park is committed to showing various Balinese cultural art works, such as kecak dance. It fits our vision and mission to become the best tourist attraction that supports the preservation and development of cultural arts in Bali, “GWK Culture Park said. The head of the marketing and events division, Andre Prawiradisastra, explained in Badung district on Sunday.

Prawiradisastra said that the performance of the GWK kecak dance which premiered on December 17, 2021 took place every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. However, during the Christmas and New Year holidays, it was performed daily for visitors.

“We present the Garuda Wisnu Kencana kecak dance every day from December 28, 2021 to January 2, 2022, to complement the year-end tourist attractions,” he said.

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The GWK kecak dance is expected to be an iconic artistic performance at GWK Culture Park and there is no additional cost for visitors who wish to attend the performance, he added.

According to Prawiradisastra, the GWK kecak dance is distinct from its contemporaries, as it combines the creative dance art of kecak dance with Ogoh-Ogoh.

“We hope that the kecak dance performance can be a special attraction for tourists to visit GWK cultural park,” he said.

Additionally, Prawiradisastra said his team applies strict health protocols to create a sense of security and comfort as well as to take proactive action against the spread of COVID-19.

In addition, GWK kecak dancers are also required to wear masks and face protectors during their performances, in accordance with health protocols.

“All visitors to the GWK Cultural Park are required to register through the PeduliLindungi app or present a vaccination certificate, wear a mask and respect the rule of physical distancing in the region,” he said. .

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Dance of the bar girls at the birthday party, corona protocol flouted .. recorded case https://balibs.org/dance-of-the-bar-girls-at-the-birthday-party-corona-protocol-flouted-recorded-case/ Thu, 30 Dec 2021 11:20:33 +0000 https://balibs.org/dance-of-the-bar-girls-at-the-birthday-party-corona-protocol-flouted-recorded-case/ Lucknow: A bar girls dance was held at the Fatehpur district child’s birthday party in UP. As soon as the video went viral, the police took action and recorded a case and opened an investigation. The administration imposed Section 144 in the district after some cases of corona were reported in the district. Along with […]]]>

Lucknow: A bar girls dance was held at the Fatehpur district child’s birthday party in UP. As soon as the video went viral, the police took action and recorded a case and opened an investigation. The administration imposed Section 144 in the district after some cases of corona were reported in the district. Along with this, instructions were also given to follow Corona’s guidelines. The viral video is told on December 25.

This case concerns Kandhi village in the area of ​​Malwan Police Station in Fatehpur District. December 25 was the birthday of the granddaughter of Suraj Bali Raidas, a resident here. It is alleged that, without obtaining permission from the administration, he organized the little girls’ dance at the birthday party. The village crowd gathered to watch the dance and the corona protocols were violently violated. During this time, people wore masks and no social distancing was observed.

A person at the scene made a video of the incident and went viral on social media. In this regard, DSP Dinesh Mishra said that on the birthday of Surajbali Raidas ‘granddaughter in Kandhi village, in the area of ​​Malwan police station, the bar girls’ dance took place without authorization on December 29. A case has been registered in this case.

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The Music & Dance of Bali – Friday January 21, 2022, 7:30 p.m. https://balibs.org/the-music-dance-of-bali-friday-january-21-2022-730-p-m/ Fri, 17 Dec 2021 12:50:41 +0000 https://balibs.org/the-music-dance-of-bali-friday-january-21-2022-730-p-m/ Friday January 21, 2022, 7:30 p.m. 1439 El Prado, San Diego, 92101 Cost: $ 20 – $ 40 With a career spanning five decades, I Nyoman Wenten is a musician and dancer from Bali. With his wife, choreographer and dancer Nanik Wenten, he will lead his group Gamelan Burat Wangi for an evening of gong […]]]>

Friday January 21, 2022, 7:30 p.m.

1439 El Prado, San Diego, 92101


Cost: $ 20 – $ 40

With a career spanning five decades, I Nyoman Wenten is a musician and dancer from Bali. With his wife, choreographer and dancer Nanik Wenten, he will lead his group Gamelan Burat Wangi for an evening of gong orchestra and dance drama. The Center for World Music’s inaugural six-performance series features classical and folk music and dance traditions that introduce you to the sounds, aesthetics, and cultural significance of music from certain regions of the world. Friday January 21 at 7:30 p.m. – Bali Music and Dance: I Nyoman Wenten and Gamelan Burat Wangi Friday February 18 at 7:30 p.m. – Master of the Ghanaian Gyil: SK Kakraba Friday March 18 at 7:30 PM – A celebration of music, Afro-Cuban dance and culture: let your spirit fly Friday April 15 at 7:30 p.m. – Maqāmāt: Paths to Beauty in Arabic Music Friday May 20 at 7:30 p.m. – Expressions of Joy: Korean Music and Dance Festival Friday June 17 @ 19:30 – Flamenco with La Chimi


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Ciara performs victory dance in high sneakers with kids to celebrate Russell Wilson and Seattle Seahawks game https://balibs.org/ciara-performs-victory-dance-in-high-sneakers-with-kids-to-celebrate-russell-wilson-and-seattle-seahawks-game/ Mon, 06 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://balibs.org/ciara-performs-victory-dance-in-high-sneakers-with-kids-to-celebrate-russell-wilson-and-seattle-seahawks-game/ The Seattle Seahawks gave Ciara something to dance to on Sunday night. After the NFL team defeated the 49ers, Ciara posted a celebratory boomerang dance on Instagram. The “Level Up” singer performed some post-victory moves alongside her three children, Future, Sienna and Win. More news on shoes “The hawks win! Proud of you honey @ […]]]>

The Seattle Seahawks gave Ciara something to dance to on Sunday night.

After the NFL team defeated the 49ers, Ciara posted a celebratory boomerang dance on Instagram. The “Level Up” singer performed some post-victory moves alongside her three children, Future, Sienna and Win.

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“The hawks win! Proud of you honey @ DangeRussWilson # 3, “the 36-year-old singer captioned the video

For match day, the family wore Wilson Seahawk’s No.3 jersey. Ciara teamed her sweater with long-sleeved navy blue and gray thermal pants. Opting for a middle part this time, she wore her hair in loose waves.

Unfortunately, we only got a glimpse of his shoes. She appeared to be wearing a pair of high top sneakers that were laced up to the top.

When it comes to shoes, the musician often opts for point-toe pumps, platform or strappy sandals from top brands like Christian Louboutin, Femme LA and Jimmy Choo. As for her casual look, you’ll likely catch her in a pair of all-white Nike Air Force 1s, other stylish retro ankle boots, and combat or ankle boots.

Whether she’s on the red carpet, on stage, or just running around town, Ciara’s edgy and chic outfits never disappoint. In November, she toured the White House in a stylish monochrome ensemble. The singer was serious when she joined First Lady Jill Biden in promoting immunizations for children aged 5 to 11. Ciara wore matching monochrome pants and a blazer jumpsuit. The jacket, which she paired with wide-leg dress pants, featured a wide collar and was fully buttoned.

Jill Biden, Ciara and her children and Hina Talib (L) at the White House.  - Credit: AP

Jill Biden, Ciara and her children and Hina Talib (L) at the White House. – Credit: AP

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Later that month, the R&B veteran stood out by honoring Missy Elliott at her ceremony on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles. Ciara wore an all-black leather outfit that included a corset top, short jacket, and long pants that were cuffed at the bottom and covered her sandals.

Ciara celebrates Missy Elliot at the Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony.  - Credit: John Salangsang

Ciara celebrates Missy Elliot at the Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony. – Credit: John Salangsang

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Singapore salivates at the Malaysian dance moves of a handsome Burmese (Video) https://balibs.org/singapore-salivates-at-the-malaysian-dance-moves-of-a-handsome-burmese-video/ Fri, 03 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://balibs.org/singapore-salivates-at-the-malaysian-dance-moves-of-a-handsome-burmese-video/ A Burmese expat has won the insane love of Singapore’s Malay dance scene for his clutch moves. Philip Ko took out his flowing movements involving quick hand and foot coordination for a TikTok dance challenge that has already been watched over 70,000 times since yesterday. Not only did Ko look incredibly comfortable, but he had […]]]>

A Burmese expat has won the insane love of Singapore’s Malay dance scene for his clutch moves.

Philip Ko took out his flowing movements involving quick hand and foot coordination for a TikTok dance challenge that has already been watched over 70,000 times since yesterday. Not only did Ko look incredibly comfortable, but he had the confidence to play with knee high socks on his kitchen floor. It is already blocked.

“On behalf of the Malaysian community here, thank you for trying our traditional dance ️ you did some good !!” Natty.booboo wrote.

It doesn’t hurt to have it ripped and cut to a size that’s easy on the eyes.

As Erma Othman wrote: “Prolly one of the cutest things I saw on TikTok today!”

Another user suggested a name more suited to their Malay dance character.

“Philippe who? You are Firdaus now, ”said Jetijah, referring to the name of a common Malay man.

@ 91_phyol Appreciation of culture through dance. My first time trying so apologies if a mistake #sriwanadancechallenge #sriwana #malaydance ♬ Pucuk Pisang SriwanaDanceChallenge – sriwana1955

We do not fully accept his claim that the movements were not repeated.

“Appreciation of culture through dance. This is the first time I try, I apologize for any mistakes, ”he wrote yesterday.

The dance group, whose history dates back 60 years, launched the #Sriwanadancechallenge in September, which has since spawned endless scrolls of videos that have been viewed nearly 3 million times.

@ sriwana1955 Are you up for the #sriwandancechallenge? Tag us in your video! #malaydance #dancechallenge #sriwana #sriwana ♬ Pucuk Pisang SriwanaDanceChallenge – sriwana1955

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CLYMOVE Dance Company presents FEMMENISTO CHAPTER ONE at Triskelion Arts https://balibs.org/clymove-dance-company-presents-femmenisto-chapter-one-at-triskelion-arts/ Tue, 30 Nov 2021 02:40:26 +0000 https://balibs.org/clymove-dance-company-presents-femmenisto-chapter-one-at-triskelion-arts/ CLYMOVE Dance will present an evening dance concert choreographed by Clymene Aldinger, former principal dancer of Elisa Monte Dance (2009-2017) and last protege of Monte, on December 16 and 17, 2021, 8 p.m., at the Triskelion Arts Theater, Brooklyn, New York. CLYMOVE is a message-driven dance company committed to virtuoso dance focused on authentic exploration. […]]]>

CLYMOVE Dance will present an evening dance concert choreographed by Clymene Aldinger, former principal dancer of Elisa Monte Dance (2009-2017) and last protege of Monte, on December 16 and 17, 2021, 8 p.m., at the Triskelion Arts Theater, Brooklyn, New York.

CLYMOVE is a message-driven dance company committed to virtuoso dance focused on authentic exploration. As a newly formed nonprofit, CLYMOVE will present Clymene Aldinger’s world premiere, FEMMENISTO Chapter One, on December 16 at 8 p.m. ET. There will be cocktails and conversations after the show on both evenings.

Femmenisto Chapter One is a woman’s journey from single woman to wife and mother, and her search for meaning in a constantly changing world. From dark and intimate to silly, the show mixes thoughts and personal experiences with broader social movements. FEMMENISTO Chapter One is a 60-minute show, comprising eight dances, alternating solos, duets and trios, performed by three distinct professional dancers whose divergent and contrasting life experiences celebrate our individual uniqueness and our shared humanity. Shameless and intelligent, three women share the stage, moving in and out of each other’s physical space, lifting and supporting each other’s bodies and emotions. Yet they find themselves stepping on, overlapping and crawling under each other, playful and vulnerable, moving from dynamic support to loneliness.

Clymene Aldinger, MA, LMHC (NY, NY) originally from Jacksonville, Florida, received a BFA in Dance and an Honors Award for Distinction in Choreography from The Ailey School / Fordham University in 2002. While at Ailey School, Under the direction of Denise Jefferson and Ana-Marie Forsythe, she has performed for many renowned choreographers and apprenticed with the Sean Curran Company. Clymene then spent several years as a dance instructor, teacher and choreographer for the Douglas Anderson School of the Arts in Jacksonville, Fla., And remains on the faculty as a guest artist. Clymene received a Masters in Mental Health Counseling from Rollins College in 2006, and worked as a Student Counseling Specialist at the University of Central Florida Counseling Center until her return to New York in 2009. She is currently New York State Certified Mental Health Consultant in Private Practice: Artist Within, Psychotherapy for Artists & Creative Professionals since 2009. Clymene has performed with Elisa Monte Dance for eight years. Elisa Monte Dance was a critically acclaimed dance company in New York City that toured nationally and internationally for forty years. Clymene joined the company as a principal dancer and performed as a principal dancer for seven years until her retirement in June 2017. Clymene recognizes Elisa Monte as a longtime mentor and helps her teach and put performing choreographies all over the world. During her time with the company, she performed 20 of Elisa Monte’s choreographic works. Clymene teaches and performs in Bali, Thailand, China, Florida and New York. She is the Founder and Artistic Director of CLYMOVE Dance, Inc. established in Brooklyn, NY in 2021. She also holds an MA in Performance Studies from NYU. Finally, in addition to the birth of a new dream, forming her own dance company and exploring her choreographic vision, Clymène awaits the arrival of her second child.

Learn more at https://www.clymove.org.


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New Savage Plane features dance floor and veranda https://balibs.org/new-savage-plane-features-dance-floor-and-veranda/ Mon, 29 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://balibs.org/new-savage-plane-features-dance-floor-and-veranda/ The veranda on Explorer. Photo: Lufthansa Technik A German design company has come up with the ultimate status symbol, a concept plane savage for one percent of the world. Called the Explorer, the refurbished A330 has a nightclub, glass floor, gym, garage, four double bedrooms and a veranda (for use on the floor only) . […]]]>

A German design company has come up with the ultimate status symbol, a concept plane savage for one percent of the world.

Called the Explorer, the refurbished A330 has a nightclub, glass floor, gym, garage, four double bedrooms and a veranda (for use on the floor only) .

A projection system also covers the walls and ceiling of the aircraft and will play out a range of backgrounds – including an underwater world and outer space.

Lufthansa Technik is behind the concept and Wieland Timm, VIP Sales Manager & Special Mission Aircraft Services, likens the design to a superyacht.

“In yacht building, multifunctional exploration vessels have now become a class of their own. And many owners of these ships also call a plane theirs, ”said Timm.

“For this rapidly growing target group of explorers from the VIP world, we have therefore created a flying platform for the first time.

“Unlike a yacht, however, our Explorer aircraft allows passengers to travel across the globe in hours and establish their own individual base camp for other activities. This opens up whole new possibilities for explorers. . “

The design accommodates 12 passengers, but the concept can be reconfigured to carry up to 47 people.

Lufthansa Technik, which is a sister company of the German airline, showcased the design at the recent Dubai Air Show. Obviously, the plane is not cheap. It has a price tag of over A $ 604 million.

The luxury private jet market has exploded during the pandemic, as the wealthy invest in ways to avoid the crowds.

In the United States, private jet operators say they have seen an unprecedented increase in business that has almost brought private jet charters back to pre-pandemic levels.

The pandemic has also not slowed the production and design of luxury aircraft.

In September, Qatar Airways presented the world’s first $ 105 million Gulfstream G700 luxury jet. According to the airline, it has the most spacious cabin in the industry, with “an extra-large kitchen with lounge or crew compartment, up to five living areas and a spacious and unprecedented large suite with en-suite bathroom. private “.

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Hilary Duff flashes her washboard abs while crushing a TikTok dance challenge in brand new video https://balibs.org/hilary-duff-flashes-her-washboard-abs-while-crushing-a-tiktok-dance-challenge-in-brand-new-video/ Wed, 24 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://balibs.org/hilary-duff-flashes-her-washboard-abs-while-crushing-a-tiktok-dance-challenge-in-brand-new-video/ Hilary Duff, 34, just showed off her toned abs in a brand new TikTok. After one of the singer’s old performances went viral on the app, Hilary proved she still remembers the iconic choreography. Hilary recently traded cardio workouts for weight lifting to stay in shape. In just one day, Hilary Duff’s latest TikTok has […]]]>
  • Hilary Duff, 34, just showed off her toned abs in a brand new TikTok.

  • After one of the singer’s old performances went viral on the app, Hilary proved she still remembers the iconic choreography.

  • Hilary recently traded cardio workouts for weight lifting to stay in shape.

In just one day, Hilary Duff’s latest TikTok has already racked up over six million views. The 34-year-old actress and singer crushed a viral TikTok dance, which just happens to be one of her old performances, thank you very much.

“HERE YOU GOOOOOOO!” Hilary captioned the video. the Younger the star is dancing alongside another TikTok user and an old clip of herself dancing on stage (and yes, she still has the same moves). And, she’s wearing a white cropped tank top that totally shows off her washboard abs.

Fans in the comments were really feeling the nostalgia. “K, that’s what dreams are made of,” one user wrote, referring to Hilary’s Lizzie mcguire days. And singer Tori Kelly cheered her on every step of the way: “GO AWF QUEEN,” she wrote.

So how does Hilary sculpt those abs of steel? Mom of three said Women’s health that she recently stopped doing cardio in favor of weight training. “I thought I didn’t need to do heavy weights because if I do heavy weights I will gain weight,” she said. “I tend to build muscle quickly.”

Now she has fully embraced strength training. “I lift and squat and use a bar with a lot of weight on it, and I’ve never felt as strong as I am skinny,” she added.

But why give up cardio workouts? Hilary says they take too long and usually leave her tired and hungry. “It’s such a different and more efficient way to train,” she said. WH.

And, Hilary says exercise also improved her mental health. “Training is really good for my brain, my mind,” she said, by Form. “As much as I want to stay in shape and I think [working out] is good for me, it keeps me in a good state of mind. “

When it comes to her diet, Hilary works with a flexible diet coach to make sure she gets the nutrition she needs. “Basically it counts your macros for you – and it’s amazing because it’s basically like a mathematical equation that I’m just following, and it’s been really successful for me,” she said. . Women’s health.

the How i met your father The star explained that being more attentive to what she eats has helped her rethink her meals. “I had no idea how much food I ate throughout the day, while munching,” she said. “I lost 10 pounds and wouldn’t starve myself, I just ate things I like and was more aware.”

This way, Hilary explained, she can eat whatever she wants without feeling limited. “I’m the first person to say, ‘I hate it when you tell me what to do.’ The second someone says to me ‘You can’t have wine’ I’m like ‘I want all the wine’, ”she said.

“It was cool to retrain my mind and see that it works. I can eat normally, live normally, and enjoy food, but I’m still getting the results I’m looking for.

His favorite dishes to taste (apart from wine)? Bread and chocolate, according to Delight. Same, Hilaire!

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Dance Plus 6 host Raghav Juyal reacts to being called a “racist” for a music video of the show; said ‘I have immense love and respect for friends in the North East’ https://balibs.org/dance-plus-6-host-raghav-juyal-reacts-to-being-called-a-racist-for-a-music-video-of-the-show-said-i-have-immense-love-and-respect-for-friends-in-the-north-east/ Tue, 16 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://balibs.org/dance-plus-6-host-raghav-juyal-reacts-to-being-called-a-racist-for-a-music-video-of-the-show-said-i-have-immense-love-and-respect-for-friends-in-the-north-east/ Actor, choreographer and presenter Raghav Juyal released a clarification on the music video for his reality dance show “Dance Deewane” and said it was “misunderstood”. In a clip for “Dance Deewane 3” which went viral on social media, show host dancer Raghav Juyal is seen introducing a competitor from the Northeast while talking gibberish, apparently […]]]>
Actor, choreographer and presenter Raghav Juyal released a clarification on the music video for his reality dance show “Dance Deewane” and said it was “misunderstood”.

In a clip for “Dance Deewane 3” which went viral on social media, show host dancer Raghav Juyal is seen introducing a competitor from the Northeast while talking gibberish, apparently to poke fun at Mandarin, the language spoken by the Chinese people.

When the judges, including Madhuri Dixit and filmmaker Remo D’Souza, ask him what he’s trying to do, Raghav responds as he casually makes a racist remark about young contestant Gunjan Sinha.

“People may not be able to understand her Chinese, but they sure understand her dancing,” the 40-second clip was heard.

Raghav recently took to his Instagram account to clarify what he meant.

Raghav mentioned how the language of gibberish started when young contestant Gunjan said her talent was speaking Chinese gibberish. And since then the candidate has always been asked to speak the language because it was cute ever since a kid did.

Raghav said he has always been against racism. Juyal also said he has strong family ties in the northeastern towns and would never behave or take any action to make fun of them. He also said that he doesn’t follow any scripts and mostly does his job in a natural way and therefore not everything that happened was planned.

“When the kids come on the show, we ask them what their hobbies are. Gunjan said, ‘I can speak Chinese, I have this talent.’ And we used to laugh at the things that kids did. when we asked her to speak Chinese, she started speaking in gibberish. From there, we asked her to speak “Chinese” in each episode or ask her to speak in another language planet! ” he says in the video.

According to Raghav Juyal, in the later episodes, he featured Gunjan in the same Chinese gibberish before his actions on the series. “You won’t call me a racist if you saw the whole show,” he added.

Towards the end of his video, Raghav Juyal said he apologized to those whose feelings had been hurt.

“I’m so sorry that I hurt your feelings. It was neither my channel nor that of Colors for something like this to happen. But before I go viral and judge, I would really like you to watch this. entire show. ”he added.

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In the morning, Chief Minister of Assam Himanta Biswa Sarma said racism should be condemned “unequivocally” after a candidate for Guwahati on a dance reality show was subjected to racist rhetoric .

Dance Deewane’s third season, which aired earlier this year, wrapped up last month. Raghav was the host of the show.


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