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Prabu

Prabu
I have been living in China for the past 15 years and currently reside in Lecong, Shunde and manage a Trading company and Software Company. I enjoy exploring new technology, traveling, photography, dancing and music.

5 Herbal Essential Oils That Are Proven to Kill Cancer Cells

Essential Oil

There are many ways that essential oils and aromatherapy can support in cancer healing, including stress relief and emotional support. However, some essential oils are shown to act directly on cancer cells, preventing growth or even promoting apoptosis (cancer cell death).

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Samish Kumar – The NRI who built a multi-million dollar business across 120 countries!

Transfast

Samish Kumar, NRI and the CEO of New York based Transfast has had a fascinating upbringing. University of Colorado educated Aeronautical Engineer, Samish Kumar - bred in America, India, and Africa, perhaps had never imagined he would own a $1.8 billion private equity funded global funds transfer company with a banking network across over 120 countries and 200,000 payout points in the Americas, Middle East, Asia, Europe and Africa

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5 Steps To Looking 10 Years Younger

Did you know that once you hit 40 years of age, whether you're a man or a women, your body starts aging FASTER than normal? Studies have shown that without the proper nutrients and exercise, your body will age about 6 months EXTRA for every year that passes. Think about that! If you are 40, that means by the time you hit 44 you will LOOK and FEEL 46.

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Bhangra & Gidda Punjabi Dance Performances at Lecong

Bhangra and Gidda Cultural Dance

The Consulate General of India, Guangzhou and the Lecong Indian Community together, is organizing Bhangra and Gidda traditional Punjabi folk dance performances on   This is one of the first of its kind event organised by Lecong Indians as a major step to cultural exchange. Lecong has a huge population of …

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India’s surprising economic miracle

The country’s state may be weak, but its private companies are strong   HORRIBLE toilets. Stagnant puddles buzzing with dengue-spreading mosquitoes. Collapsing masonry. Lax security. A terrorist attack. India’s preparations for the 72-nation Commonwealth games, which are scheduled to open in Delhi on October 3rd, have not won favourable reviews. …

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Get Ready for India’s Internet Boom

Internet usage is set to double by 2020, with opportunities for both old and new industries to benefit from an eCommerce boom. To witness India’s accelerated transformation into one of the world’s biggest eCommerce markets, drop in on Mumbai during lunchtime. Beginning in April, the century-old network of delivery men, …

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India vs. China: The Battle for Global Manufacturing

With its chronic blackouts, crumbling roads, and other infrastructure woes, India should have no appeal for John Ginascol. A vice president at Abbott Laboratories (ABT), Ginascol is responsible for ensuring that the company’s food-products factories run smoothly worldwide. He can’t afford surprises when it comes to electricity, water, and other …

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