2017年11月10日

Bạn có đủ dũng khí chia sẻ

Chúng ta ai cũng có những bí mật riêng, kể cả là người vốn tự nhận mình mạnh mẽ. Có những tâm tư, có những câu chưa một lần chúng ta dám nói ra...

Trên thế giới này có một kiểu người gọi là hội cái gì cũng thích giữ trong lòng. Bên ngoài họ luôn tỏ vẻ hạnh phúc, "tôi ổn", "tôi không sao" nhưng thực tế họ lại đang gánh gồng biết bao thứ trên mình. Họ sẽ ôm trong lòng những nỗi buồn mà không bao giờ chịu kể với ai để tìm lấy sự an ủi. Họ sẽ quyết tâm chịu đựng mệt mỏi một mình chứ chẳng hề nghĩ tới việc san sẻ nó. Họ sẽ tự mang vác những trách nhiệm, những tâm tư mà họ nghĩ là họ buộc phải mang vác, dù có thể sự thực không phải vậy.

Chúng ta ai cũng vậy, dù là những người mạnh mẽ nhất cũng không thể lớn tiếng mà nói rằng: "Tôi chẳng có bí mật gì cả!". Ngày hôm nay, liệu bạn có sẵn sàng chia sẻ những bí mật ấy, những tâm sự chưa một lần dám nói ra ấy để cho lòng nhẹ bớt?

1. Mình muốn yêu một ai đó, nhưng ngay cả cảm giác thích là gì mình cũng không biết. Nhiều lúc ngồi ngẩn ngơ chẳng biết nên nhớ đến ai bây giờ.

2. Mẹ ơi, con không muốn mẹ già đi đâu.

3. Lúc nào cũng phải gồng mình mà sống mệt mỏi quá, ai đó làm ơn vạch trần tôi và ôm lấy tôi một lần đi.

Bạn có đủ dũng khí chia sẻ một câu trước đây chưa từng nói ra?  

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2017年10月19日

ゲーム

ワーナー・ブラザース テレビジョン&ホームエンタテイメントは、PS4/Switch向け『レゴ ニンジャゴー ムービー ザ・ゲーム』のローンチトレイラーを公開しました。

発売日に合わせて公開された本ムービーは、ロイドを始めとする6人のニンジャのアクション、メカを使った激しいバトル、道場での修行など、本作の見どころがコミカルにまとめられ、本作の見所が詰まっているとのこと。なお、本作は、劇場版「レゴ ニンジャゴー ザ・ムービー」でメインキャラクターの日本語吹替を担当する声優陣が出演。映画と同じく、豪華声優陣による共演を楽しめます。

『レゴ ニンジャゴー ムービー ザ・ゲーム』はPS4/Switch向けに、パッケージ版5,700円(税抜)、DL版5,200円(税抜)で販売中です。  

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2017年10月11日

アサシンクリード オリジンズ

ユービーアイソフトは、同社の人気ステルスゲーム最新作『アサシンクリード オリジンズ(Assassin's Creed Origins)』のシーズンパスDLC情報を海外向けに公開しています。

公開された情報によれば、2018年1月にリリース予定の第1弾DLCは、本編後のブラザーフッドの形成を描く「The Hidden Ones」となり、またレベルキャップの開放もなされるとのことです。また、このDLCでは、ローマ軍の支配下にある新たな地域が舞台となります。

2018年3月に配信予定のDLC第2弾「The Curse of the Pharaohs」ではエジプト神話に焦点を当て、アンデッドとなったファラオと戦いながら、新しい、神秘的な舞台を冒険することになります。このDLCでは、アヌビスの戦士や蠍などと言った新しい敵に加え、レベルキャップのさらなる向上や、完全に新しい能力の追加なども行われるとのことです。

他にもシーズンパスには、武器やシールド、乗り物などを追加する“ローマセンチュリオン”と“ホルス”パック、ゲームのローンチ時に利用可能な500Helixクレジット、専用のレア武器“Calamity Blade”が収録されます。

『アサシンクリード オリジンズ』は2017年10月27日にPS4/Xbox One/PCにて発売予定です。
FF11 RMT  

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2017年10月03日

THỜI GIAN

Thời gian là sức điêu khắc thần kì mà vô tình đã sáng tạo ra muôn vàn kì tích giữa đất trời này. Thời gian có thể đập vụn đá lớn khổng lồ thành đất bụi, làm nẩy mầm non thành cây đại thụ, biến sa mạc hoang vu thành rừng xanh hay đô thị. Đương nhiên, nó cũng có thể làm cho đế đô phồn hoa suy bại thành đống đổ nát thê lương, biến kim loại sáng choang bám đầy gỉ mốc.

Nếp nhăn trên trán người già là do thời gian khắc vào, má hồng của cô gái là do thời gian tô lên. Sự sinh sôi nảy nở của sinh mệnh và sự vận động của thế giới chính là do thời gian tỉ mỉ chỉ huy sai khiến.

Thời gian cứ lần theo ngày đêm mà xé đi từng tờ lịch, đem tương lai biến thành hiện tại, biến hiện tại thành quá khứ, biến quá khứ thành lịch sử càng ngày càng vời vợi xa xăm.

Thời gian rất khảng khái, bạn không cần phải cầu xin nó, cái gì thuộc về bạn, nó vẫn sẵn sàng hiến dâng cho bạn.

Thời gian rất công bằng chính trực. Mặc dù bạn có quyền cao như núi, lưng dắt đầy tiền hay bạn chỉ là người áo vải, 2 tay áo rỗng không, thời gian đều coi như nhau. Không ai có thể chiếm nó làm của riêng mình. Dù bạn có quẳng ra ngàn vàng thì thời gian cũng không vì thế mà bố thí cho bạn thêm 1 giây phút nào.

Nhưng thời gian chẳng vị tha đâu.

Nếu bạn trân trọng thời gian thì mỗi khắc đi qua nó để lại cho bạn một vườn trái ngọt. Nếu bạn chẳng màng đến thời gian mà phung phí vô tâm, ngày sau thời gian sẽ chôn vùi của bạn những năm tháng tươi đẹp nhất, sẽ giày vò bạn bằng những nuối tiếc khắc khoải cả đời mãi không nguôi.

FF14 RMT  

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2017年09月17日

Clean cultural

Many Internet users have seen Japanese tourists pick up trash from around campsites and rest stops even when they didn’t make the mess themselves. This habit and others added the description of clean to the list. Did you know that Japanese students clean their schools by themselves? No janitors, just students hauling trash bags, sweeping the steps, and wiping down the halls with washcloths for a good 30 minutes each day. Most storefront owners sweep up the sidewalks and streets outside their stores, too. Making it your business to keep communal space clean is a distinctly different mindset from some Western countries. Just think of all the gum-strewn, littered streets of big cities in America.

Overall, the impression of Japan from a Westerner’s eyes is pretty darn good, though perhaps a bit lacking in the relaxed and fun-loving department. My personal word pick for Japan would be focused. Whether it’s staying after school for 3 hours practicing with the baseball club, going to cram schools to get into good colleges, or clocking in extra hours of unpaid work at their jobs, Japanese people seem to find a goal and stick with it. Even in more fun pursuits, Japanese people throw themselves into their hobbies and work with a zeal that is truly commendable, in my humble opinion.  

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2017年08月06日

Tenjin Masturi

July 24 to July 25, Osaka
The Tenjin Masturi is a large two day festival in Osaka that features a procession of 100 boats. The boats are filled with celebrants adorned in the costumes of an ancient imperial court. In the evening large bonfires are lit aboard the boats. Such fires were once used to illuminate waterways by river patrols.

  

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2017年08月03日

Sapporo Yuki Matsuri

Early February (unconfirmed), Sapporo
The Sapporo Yuki Matsuri is a massive 7 day snow festival. International teams compete to build the best snow and ice sculptures.

  

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2017年07月17日

Nebuta Matsuri in Aomori City

August 2 to August 7, Aomori
The Aomori Nebuta is a large festival featuring spectacular lantern floats held August 2nd to 7th. It's occasionally disrupted by a local gang.

  

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2017年06月29日

Kanto Matsuri

August 3 to August 6, Akita
The Kanto Matsuri is a pole lantern festival in Akita City. Participants balance massive 12 meter, or 40 foot, tall lantern poles on their palms, foreheads, etc. These poles weight around 60 kilograms or 130 pounds. The lanterns are lit by candles. It's something to see.

  

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2017年06月22日

Sapporo Yosakoi Soran Festival

June 7 to June 11, Sapporo
The Sapporo Yosakoi Soran Matsuri is Japan's largest Yosakoi dance festival. It features 350 teams with around 35,000 dancers and attracts 1 million spectators.


  

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2017年06月13日

Gion Matsuri

July 1 to July 29, Kyoto
The Gion Matsuri is Kyoto's largest festival. It's a month long event that peaks with parades of large floats on July 17th and July 24th.

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2017年05月29日

Asakusa Samba Matsuri

End of August (unconfirmed), Tokyo
Asakusa is one of Tokyo's oldest and most conservative neighborhoods. It's also home to Tokyo's most vibrant and international festival — the Asakusa Samba Matsuri. The winning team of the Carnival in Rio de Janeiro is invited to perform at the festival. Local samba teams also perform. Japan and Brazil have strong ties.



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2017年05月25日

Tokushima Awa Odori

August 12 to August 15, Tokushima
The Tokushima Awa Odori is a huge city-wide dance party in Tokushima City, Shikoku Island that attracts 1.3 million tourists each year. Participants wear colorful costumes, dance and play shamisens, gongs, taiko drums and flutes.
The festival is part of the region's Obon Festivities. It features synchronized traditional dances for men and women. There are different dances for day and night. The daytime dance (Nagashi) is restrained and elegant. The nighttime dance (Zomeki) is frenzied and energetic. Spectators are encouraged to join.
Tokushima City's airport is named after the festival — Tokushima Awa Odori Airport.



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2017年05月22日

Taira no Masakado

Taira no Masakado was a samurai who challenged the Imperial court in Kyoto. He ended up effectively taking over large parts of Japan before being defeated in battle in 940. His head was brought to Tokyo and his kami was enshrined at Kanda Shrine.

Taira no Masakado was popular with the people because he challenged the government. It is said that his revolt was preceded by earthquakes, swarms of butterflies, lunar eclipses and rainbows in Kyoto.
Taira no Masakado is considered an extremely powerful Kami. He must be constantly appeased or bad luck is certain. He was blamed for floods and fires in the Edo-era. The Shoguns themselves would visit Kanda Shrine to pray to his Kami.


  

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2017年05月14日

Sugawara no Michizane

Sugawara no Michizane was a prominent Japanese poet and politician who was exiled by his political rivals in the year 901. Shortly thereafter he died a lonely death.
Immediately after his death, Kyoto was struck with terrible lightening and floods. The sons of the Emperor died in unusual accidents. Plague and drought spread throughout Japan.
The government attributed this to Sugawara no Michizane's vengeful spirit. They posthumously restored his rank and status. They tried to destroy all evidence of his punishment. When the disasters continued, they granted his spirit the title of Kami of Scholarship in a special ceremony. They built Kitano Tenmangu Shrine in Kyoto in his honor. Finally, the disasters ended.


  

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2017年04月27日

Tengu

Tengu are a Japanese bird monster that often takes on human form. As humans they have big noses.
Tengu were long considered enemies of Buddhism who corrupted followers and monks. However, in modern times they are viewed as protectors of sacred forests and mountains.
Tengu aren't usually kami. They are more typically monsters or ghosts. However, some temples located in sacred forests and mountains are associated with tengu kami.

  

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2017年04月26日

Izanami and Izanagi

Izanagi and Izanami are the Shinto kami of creation. They created the earth with a spear decorated with jewels. Using the spear they stirred the sea between heaven and earth. Each time a drip of water fell from the spear an island was created.


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2017年04月20日

Shitenno

Shitenno (literally: Four Heavenly Kings) are four terrifying gods borrowed from Hinduism to protect Japanese Buddhist temples. Each god is associated with a direction, season, virtue and element. In many cases, Shitenno are depicted stomping on demons.



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2017年04月19日

Amaterasu

Amaterasu is the goddess of the sun and the universe. She is sometimes considered the most important Shinto god. The Emperor is said to be a direct descendant of Amaterasu. This was much emphasized during the period of State Shinto from 1868-1945 when Shinto essentially functioned as a government organization. After WWII, Emperor Showa issued a radio statement in which announced that he was not a kami.

  

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2017年04月18日

Yebisu or Ebisu

Yebisu, often written Ebisu, was born without any bones and struggled to survive. At the age of two he was cast into the sea in a boat. He managed to survive and grow bones. He returned from sea many years later as a god.
Yebisu is the god of fishermen, luck and the guardian of the health of small children. He is a jolly spirit despite his hard life.
Yebisu is usually depicted as a chubby fellow wearing a hat carrying a fishing rod and fish. In modern times he is best known as the god on the front of Yebisu beer cans (Japan's biggest brand of premium beer).



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