Raining

Right now its raining like hell…i guess mother nature is mad at us of what we are doing to her creative of nature!  i see lightning approaching the Univesity.  The university is pretty high on a building so we can see the whole landscape of Bangkok.  Whenever a lightning stuck, that is a bright one, a thunder screams for it!  I can hardly see out there.  Its all foggy and the rain is very hard..so is the wind!  It looks like its already 7:00pm when its only 1:07pm! hahaha.  But i am enjoying watching this.  If only i had my new camera NOW, then i would be catching the whole action and able to show you guys! ^.^

Anyways, freezing my butt here, going to have me lunch and going to wait for my sister until 7:30pm.

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BREAKING NEWS

Hey all,

I just heard that you can still go to youtube and other blocked websites in Thailand or anywhere in the country!

Just go to ‘Google’ and type unblock sites + enter and then you get full of sites that can get you to the side.

WARNING:

All the sites are limited with buttons!  Some you can’t download videos, some you can’t view videos, some you can’t even play games online!!  So, its not the full version of the site, but at least its something!!!!!!

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 Some cause happiness wherever they go; others, whenever they go.

Oscar Wilde

Concert For Diana

To the people who have missed the Interview with Prince Harry and Prince William:

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Question
Next year is the tenth anniversary of the loss of your mother. How are you planning to mark this?

Prince William
Next year we hope to commemorate and celebrate our mother’s life, as it’s been ten years since she died, with a memorial service on August 31st in London. And then a concert, a tribute concert, celebrating her life on July 1st on her birthday.

Question
Harry, who will be attending the church service?

Prince Harry
The service is going to include both sides of the family, our mother’s side and our father’s side – everyone getting together. It should be a good occasion and lots of loud hymns, I Vow To Thee My Country, all the good ones. And, no, it should be a very sort of simple and nice service.

Question
And I think you’re both very closely involved in the organisation of these events, both the church service and the concert. Tell us a bit about that…

Prince William
Well we both wanted to put our stamp on it. We want it to represent exactly what our mother would have wanted; how she was and all that sort of thing. So therefore the church service alone isn’t enough. We wanted to have this big concert with, you know, full of energy, full of the sort of fun and happiness which I know she would have wanted. And on her birthday as well, it’s got to be the best birthday present she ever had. And with it we can, by, the two of us organising it…we wanted to have the fact that the evening is all about our mother. The main purpose is to celebrate and to have fun and to remember her in a fun way.

Question
It sounds like an amazing concert. Have you got some exciting artists already lined up?

Prince William
Yeah, we’ve got some brilliant people coming and we really want to thank everyone who’s taken part and who’s given up their time to come. And loads of people coming from, from far away and across the ocean and things like that. So really, really kind. But to name a few, because we don’t want to name everyone because we want to keep a surprise…we’ve got Sir Elton John; we’ve got the English National Ballet; Andrew Lloyd Webber is doing an exclusive sort of greatest hits bit; and then we’ve got Pharrell Williams…

Prince Harry
And Joss Stone. There’s plenty, plenty more, don’t worry!

Prince William
That’s a little flavour.

Prince Harry
A little flavour.

Prince William
But the idea is we wanted to get artists that our mother really loved, and then artists that both Harry and I enjoy, and in the middle with the ballet and Andrew Lloyd Webber – obviously she loved her dancing and her musicals. So with that you’ve got a sort of something different, it’s not just any old concert. It’s going to be different and it’s going to be interesting. If it works it will be brilliant, if it doesn’t then we won’t be in the country!

Prince Harry
You won’t see us for a very long time.

Question
And will we see you dancing?

Prince William
I really hope not!

Prince Harry
I hope so! Him, not me. I hope that we can get the chance to see him dance.

Prince William
It’ll be a terrifying sight if we do. But, yeah well, you know –

Prince Harry
We’ll be kicking around, we’ll be there… we should be on stage at some point. Probably at the beginning of the night – not towards the end.

Question
That sounds like an amazing line up and of course it will be one of the first concerts to be held at the new Wembley Stadium, that’s quite an exciting prospect.

Prince William
It is absolutely brilliant. We’re really lucky that we’ve got the Wembley Stadium and the Arena. And along with a whole load of partners who are helping along, in the whole event, it should run really smoothly and they’ve given up so much of their time to help. And of course having Wembley itself is brilliant. And not that the President of the FA had anything to do with it, but it’s, it’s brilliant, it really is and it’s the best place to have it next year definitely.

Question
So have you decided upon a name for the concert yet?

Prince William
Yes, we’ve decided that it’s going to be called Concert for Diana, because obviously the evening is going to be purely about her. And, as we both want to make sure, first and foremost the evening is for her. It’s to remember her and to commemorate her life and celebrate it.

Question
I think you’re also hoping to raise some money for some charities as well?

Prince William
Yes, we are. We’re raising money for Centrepoint and Sentebale. I’m Patron of Centrepoint and Harry’s Patron of Sentebale. They’re both charities that continue on from our mother’s legacy. And also for the Diana Memorial Fund and her five main charities that she was patron of, or had a great deal of interest in, just before she died.

Question
And I think you went to Centrepoint with your mother, is that right?

Prince William
I did, yes, when I was very small, yes. She dragged me out and I didn’t know what was going on or where I was or anything, but it’s a visit that stayed with me for ever. And, yes, that’s true. And I’m very glad that she did. And it’s a wonderful charity and I really hope we can do an awful lot for them.

Question
And Harry, you setting up Sentebale in Lesotho, that was a way, I think you said, of continuing your mother’s legacy and her work with those suffering with Aids and HIV.

Prince Harry
Very, very much so. As I mentioned two years ago or so, Lesotho was a country that we just, we chose because of the fact that it wasn’t even on the map. I’d never heard of it, and the problems it has with Aids. So, obviously, it’s associated with all the countries that she’s been to as well, when she was around. So it’s just a chance to sort of carry on what she left behind really.

Question
Okay, so if people want to get tickets to the concert or find out more how do they go about that?

Prince William
We’ve got to be very good and ask Santa very nicely.

Prince Harry
Or ring his mobile.

Prince William
Or ring my mobile. Shut up. And there’s going to be a website set up which is “concertfordiana.com” and you can go there and find out all you need to know about the concert.

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