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  1. Big In East Asia: Digital Plastic Surgery -- Purikura Photo Booths Purikura, a shortened form of "print club" in Japanese, refers to photo sticker booths that print out stickers of photo portraits set against backgrounds and frames selected by the user. Since their market debut in 1995, purikura have been a major hit in Japan, especialy among high school girls. The photo stickers have largely taken the place of souvenir photographs, and are traded among friends and shown in sticker albums. A purikura photo sticker machine consist of a photo booth, the m
  2. Japanese Skin Colour Is A Giant Lie: From Medium Brown-Yellow to Artificial Lightness -- Japan is homogenous. All the Japanese look more or less the same. They have similar face characteristics. They have one skin colour, which can be a darker or lighter shade. Their skin is brown-yellow. Lighter brown-yellow or darker brown-yellow. All the Japanese have the same skin colour. The Japanese elite have the same natural skin colour as the lower class: brown-yellow. Portrait of Japanese Emperor Taishō in 1912. Emperor Taishō's four son
  3. Satan Gave Power To PSY -- -- Luke 4:6 (Contemporary English Version) The devil said, "I will give all this power and glory to you. It has been given to me, and I can give it to anyone I want to." Sources: https://blog.daum.net/myrudtnr22/16143411 https://blog.naver.com/uzina88/220137333557 -- SATAN Said ALL POWER Will I GIVE THEE For It Is DELIVERED Unto ME And To WHOM EVER I WILL GIVE IT
  4. In South-East Asian Countries, Skin Whitening is a National Obsession -- The great white pressure Shazia Mirza: I’m in Singapore with a friend of mine – a 38-year-old Philippino man. Yesterday we decided to go shopping in a vast shopping area called Orchard Road. This road reflects a variety of different people, cultures, foods, and countries. On one street you could bump into Indians, Malaysians, Singaporeans, Chinese, Japanese, English, and Tamils. We decide to go shopping in one of the many malls. I needed some toothpaste so went into a s
  5. Book of Revelation: North Korea and the Destruction of New York City -- North Korea has a big mural that shows New York City being destroyed by a tidal wave. A nuclear weapon detonated in a strategic position might cause waves out of the sea that would wipe out New York City. Bill Clinton went to North Korea to give them five billion dollars and two nuclear reactors. - The CLINTONs and the Tsunami WHOA!! 26:05 That's New York. That's the New York skyline. And that's a tidal wave hitting it.
  6. Prophetic Warning For South Korea: “This nation needs to repent of their idolatry and return to Me. They spend their time foolishly.” -- 2nd Tsunami Warning For South Korea – Sharlene Reimer I was praising and worshiping the Lord Jesus in His Throne Room with other saints. I declared the Lord in scripture and in song. When you sing and declare scripture, it opens up heaven. I found myself on top of a tall building. I looked down and saw a harbor and other buildings and the ocean before me. Looking out in the ocean not too far in the distanc
  7. East Asian Society Worships Money: Shamanic Christianity -- -- Shamanistic Influences In Korean Pentecostal Christianity: An Analysis Korean Christians tend to see Christianity as a path to material prosperity. That trait is a residue of shamanism, the native folk religion for centuries in Korea and other Northeast Asian countries. In shamanism the shaman (a quasi medicine man or woman) is asked to intercede with the spirits to ensure one's health or business success. Many professing Christians contend that the gods of shamanism and the God
  8. East Asia's Secret To Glass Skin: Skin Botox -- An Inside Look at “Skin Botox,” the Most Popular Injectable Treatment in South Korea About 18 minutes into my interview with South Korea-based dermatologist Shin Hae Won, she brought up "Skin Botox." I had just asked if people in Seoul are using Botox for more than just wrinkles, thinking she'd say for migraines or TMJ. Her response: "Yeah, for the pores, as well. We call it Skin Botox, or mesobotox." She guesstimates Skin Botox has been around for 10 years, but I'd never heard of it. The next
  9. How Korea Wants You To See Them: Bagel Girls and Monster Idols -- -- Bagel Girls and Monster Idols Portmanteau is a blend of words in which parts of multiple words are combined into a new word, as in smog, coined by blending smoke and fog, or motel, from motor and hotel. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portmanteau Bagel Girl: In Korea, the term is a portmanteau of baby-faced and glamorous. "Baby-faced" refers to an adult with a youthful or innocent face like a child. "Glamorous" refers to a woman with large breasts and h
  10. Universal Appeal: East Asian researchers want to know how to be the most attractive in the world. -- An Ancient Equation For Beauty Called The Divine Proportion For millions of years the Divine Proportion has been the universe’s own private secret for beauty. In nature everywhere it has helped to shape all that is…. From the spiral forms of the galaxies to the placement of the planets, to the spacing of the petals in a rose. Mother Nature is not the only one who used this seemingly magical yardstick for beauty. Since the ancients “discovered” the Divine Propor
  11. The History Of Korean Whiteface Make-up -- The changing face of Korean makeup Makeup practices developed during the Goryeo Dynasty (918 to 1392) when gisaeng, or female entertainers, started to use elaborate cosmetics techniques. They would powder their faces snowy white, pluck and draw their eyebrows into defined arcs and apply oil to their hair for a silky mane. In fact, a tidy appearance was so important that men used to wear a smattering of face powder and light makeup. http://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/news/article/article.
  12. Land of Confusion: Koreans have naturally brown-yellow skin, but most Korean beauty products bleach their skin. -- -- Source: https://downfromthedoor.com/2014/07/08/pale-like-elsa/ -- Political Cosmetics: KOREAN Skin Bleaching Luigina Webb: 99% of Korean moisturisers appear to contain some kind of whitening agent. Without even noticing (much) my skin color has CHANGED (slightly) FREAKISHLY. Clearly, the skin pigment has changed SOMEHOW due to skin bleaching chemicals in the face-wash or moisturisers th
  13. China's Plan to Conquer the United States, Canada and Australia -- Speech By Comrade Chi Haotian, Vice-Chairman Of China's Military Commission These are excerpts from a speech given by Comrade Chi Haotian to top officers and generals. Our Chinese people are wiser than the Germans because, fundamentally, our race is superior to theirs. As a result, we have a longer history, more people, and larger land area. On this basis, our ancestors left us with the two most essential heritages, which are atheism and great unity. It was Confucius, the fo
  14. Dragon From The East: Religion may be the reason why East Asian beauty is never natural. -- China's President Xi Jinping: "Black hair and yellow skin. We call ourselves descendants of the dragon." -- Confucianism, also known as Ruism, is a system of thought and behavior originating in ancient China. Variously described as tradition, a philosophy, a religion, a humanistic or rationalistic religion, a way of governing, or simply a way of life, Confucianism developed from what was later called the Hundred Schools of Thought from the t
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