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    Information On Panda Bear

    Zoos can offer information on panda bear, an exotic breeder, and a species' picture. This species is native to China and cannot live in the wild in other parts of the world. These animals are tied to mountain evergreen forests with a bamboo understory. They feed on bamboo only and cannot survive without it. Zoos can offer information on panda bear, an exotic breeder, and a species' picture.


    The giant panda weighs 70 - 125 kg.The panda does not hibernate but descends to lower elevations in the winter (usually not lower than 800 m (2600')) to reach warmer temperatures. It does not make a permanent den but takes shelter in hollow trees, rock crevices and caves. Although it is predominantly terrastrial . the giant panda can climb trees well. Activity patterns are largely nocturnal . Ten to twelve hours a day are spent feeding, mainly on bamboo (which comprises 99 % of its diet). Giant pandas are usually solitary, except during the mating season.






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    Pandas are immediately recognizable and easy to remember due to their extremely unique black white black white pattern markings from back to front and their raccoon like black mask face.

    Pandas have played a role also in our every day life as a gift of peace between China and the USA. Pandas have had recent success in breeding in captivity and continue to survive as well in the wild, however, the Panda is threatened as it continues to survive in the wild.

    Originally Pandas were found throughout the world, however, today Pandas are only found in the remote "wet" mountain areas of central China. The reason Pandas are only found there is that is where the bamboo that Pandas need to survive grows in adequate abundance.



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Fashion News: This year specially, eye-catching hefty colour gemstones, beads, crystals etc.


    Our fascination with jewellery is timeless our passion to own unique pieces is ageless. In these times of scorching inflation I feel guilty admitting this but I am one of those women who buy jewellery just on a whim - yes mine are ALWAYS strictly artificial pieces. Like me, all of my friends are hooked on artificial jewellery. And there is no end to a kaleidoscope of choices.

    At the beginning of the year, some friends of mine were scoring different websites for latest trends in jewellery and the trend highlighted a resurgence of exotic multicolour gems and long chains with chunky beads. Coral and turquoise along with pearls have added to the charm of the fashion trend. Internationally too, sapphire, aquamarine and tanzanite have been quite popular.


    This year specially, eye-catching hefty colour gemstones, beads, crystals etc. have been the hot favourites on home ground. The more I have skimmed through glossies, window-shopped-and-hopped and searched for imaginative pieces, the more I have become a fan of the collection called 'Wired Up'. I know none of you have heard of it. It's the women working for The Citizens Foundation (TCF) who have the pleasure of first-hand sampling beautiful pieces from this collection. Let me explain. Ms. Seema Chapra works for TCF and her hobby is jewellery making - although now this hobby consumes most of her free time at home. ''One day I got a gift of decorative flowers and stalks made up of wires and beads and I thought this doesn't look too difficult, I can do this. So I started experimenting with wire, copper, silver, etc. Then I started making simple things with wires and beads. I made a few but it wasn't so much fun so I started playing with the wire to create jewellery. This was the humble beginning of 'Wired Up'.

    Actually my friends insisted that my pieces make up a big enough collection and need to be labeled properly so we came up with the name Wired Up,'' recalls Ms. Chapra. Having earned a degree in Marketing from Florida, Seema moved to Karachi after living in the USA for 25 years. She has been associated with TCF for more than five years now and it's her passion to continue working for the TCF Cause - education for less privileged children. All the money she earns from 'Wired Up' goes directly to the TCF Help Fund that she has established for the young TCF students who get sick and need urgent medical attention.


    You must be wondering how Seema started this whole setup. ''I don't have a formal 'setup' really,'' she grins and shares with You! how it all started. ''Actually in the beginning I only used to make cell phone hangers and lockets for my family members as presents. Soon I got ambitious and started designing elaborate lockets in semi precious stones, beads and wires for myself. I got a lot of encouragement from my friends so I started making earrings, purse hangers, lockets and to my total amazement we started selling them. Girls were actually buying my jewellery. I started making pieces and used to show it to my friends and colleagues at work. They always loved it all and used to buy my earrings and pendants. Some close friends not only bought a lot of my pieces, they also sold them at exhibitions, private gatherings and all the money we earned was put in the TCF Help Fund.

    ''I believe this is a win-win-situation for everybody. I have a hobby that I am having a lot of fun with, my clients get to buy and wear a different kind of jewellery and their money actually goes to help less privileged kids. Can you beat this?''
    Recently Seema Chapra took a class at 'SuzyQ Beads' in Calgary, Canada. She tells You!, ''I attended a really fun class in making Egyptian style copper wire jewellery. I had never worked with this weight of copper wire and had to learn how to use all kinds of pliers and other tools to bend and twist the wire. The end result was pretty amazing. Now I am experimenting with what I have learned and incorporating my own ideas in some fresh pieces these days. ''

    We know that sometimes even if you carry a simple outfit, your jewellery makes you stand out. Your jewellery defines your style and your attitude in life. Choose pieces that appeal to your imagination - not just go for what's in - the best part is if you discover that current hot trends actually do sync in perfectly with your particular persona. 'Wired Up' offers something unique and if it stirs up your interest, rest assured ladies because in near future Ms. Chapra is all set to exhibit in Karachi. Watch out for upcoming You! issues for further details.
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Fashion Articles: Traditions of the North Pakistan


    Following the well attended Sindh festival now comes in the Karakoram festival which was not only entertaining but informative to the residents of Karachi. You! takes a look at the five day long festivities...

    Each and every country has its own distinctive culture. Many countries have cultural diversity within the nations distinguishing from neighboring states. The strength of a nation, particularly a nation like Pakistan lies in its culture, traditions and ethnicity, differentiating one province from another. Sadly the people living in this country themselves are deprived of the richness of various existing cultures that need to be accepted, respected and promoted. This is not only about the economics of tourism the knowledge of the very concept brings in a collective sense of pride to the nation.

    The best way to know and enjoy any culture is to experience it first-hand in its environment but for the ones who can't, it is surely a blessing to have different events and festivals promoting our traditional background.


    Recently, a five day long festival was held in Park Towers honouring the rich Karakoram culture. This was done by presenting different aesthetics of the region including performing arts and clothes, giving us Karachiites a taste of all that we are missing. The Karakoram festival was being held for the second time and hopefully will continue to be celebrated years to come so that the new generation stays in touch with the roots of the Pakistani culture.

    Park Towers on the whole was decorated in a traditional way beginning with the entrance. Great effort was made to transform the modern shopping mall into a doorway to the Northern Karakoram area. The entrance had decoration pieces of animals found in that area such as the mountain deer, peacocks and parrots. One could also see stalls of ethnic clothes and dry fruits. One special stall and by far the most creative one was of the Afghan onyx marble, where decoration pieces of marbles were carved in the shape of different animals.

    The most popular stall amongst all was the ladies stall with shawls, the most widely demanded being the Pashmina shawls from Kashmir. These shawls are known for their warmth and good quality the ones available at the festival were expensive but classy. Different styles of Pashmina were available depending on the preference of the buyer such as shawls with embroidery, flowery designs, handwork, needle work and hook work. Also available were unstitched suits, cushions and pillow covers.

    Exquisite jewellery of the Northern areas being sold was traditional yet funky comprising earring, necklaces and bangles.

    The collectors' items which one can easily place in a drawing room include ancient knives, swords, carpets and antique mirrors. Adding spice to the festival were the different traditional dance performances and live folk music. Hanza Nagar, Chitral, Tajik and Gilgit are the various dances of the Karakoram area and were much loved and enjoyed by the spectators as the performances were welcomed by a round of applause. Agreed people are too occupied with their own lives to focus on searching for our hidden culture but festivals like these create awareness and the people who were attending the mall just for the sake of shopping instinctively became a part of the event. All in all the event was entertaining and a good learning experience to those who do not know much about our culture.
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