Wednesday, December 31, 2008


other fans say stuff like "DBSK will just leave for Japan again..what is the point in liking them?" but those words inside our hearts wait, wait please wait for us..

seeing that we are busy in japan, there are many times we checked news about us online, and we still do because all of us very positive about things, we try not to pay much attention to those kinds of articles...

because we are away for 1 year and 7 months, we also didnt dare to have too much hope, didnt dare to hope for anything.
when we preparing for jumun-mirotic, how many albums can we sell, can we really get number 1 ?
we........till today we have never changed although with many experiences

FROM CASSIOPEIA TO TVXQ....the video that tvxq watch and burst to teary eyes..




TVXQ forever!!! ^^ the red balloons will always wave for u guys.....

Saturday, December 27, 2008


happy 5th anniversary!!!! a very long journey before u guys reach here rite?!!!
i remember i start saying happy 2nd anniversary...end of 2005..
without realising how long i been a fans..its now 5th anniversary!!
oppa, thank you for being here as TVXQ
u guys are really a big inspiration..
i learn up the never give up spirit..thanks for the song which accompany me up and down..^_^

anyway, here is a post dedicated on ur anniversary
i will fill it with picspam..^^

it all start with a hug

to now..

a video show that their life aint easy..

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

to be grateful or to complain??

not im having my PMS today...but realising the fact that i was born normal were something i should be thankful...human always complain about how life were not incomplete but if you born with abnormalities or with genetic defects, what will you feel??? they struggle for their life every minute..bearing the defects in them, the stare and stigma of the society, they lead on their life..they are brave in heading forward and yet they live happily..what we, so-called NORMAL HUMAN BEINGS do? complain this and that..complaining non-stop...blamming others, blamming the god for the so-called unfairness..i wonder when will we realise the fact we should be thankful for everything we have?? here is list only 10 genetic disorders..there are MOREEEE!!! i wonder how many readers will run to thank their parents for delivering a perfect human being..i applause their bravery in continuing their life..i applause their courage of facing the stigma...i applause them for everything they did to face the ups and downs of their life..certainly they live a life that are far more meaningful compare to me...
Joubert Syndrome
ataxia (lack of muscle control), an abnormal breathing pattern called hyperpnea, sleep apnea, abnormal eye and tongue movements, and hypotonia. Other malformations such as extra fingers and toes, cleft lip or palate, tongue abnormalities, and seizures may also occur. There may be mild or moderate retardation.
Huntington's disease
jerky, random, and uncontrollable movements called chorea. In a few cases, very slow movement and stiffness (called bradykinesia and dystonia) occur instead, and often become more prominent than the chorea as the disorder progresses. Abnormal movements are initially exhibited as general lack of coordination, an unsteady gait and slurring of speech, but, as the disease progresses, any function that requires muscle control is affected, causing physical instability, abnormal facial expression, and difficulties chewing and swallowing. Eating difficulties commonly cause weight loss and may lead to malnutrition. Associated symptoms involve sleep cycle disturbances, including insomnia and Rapid eye movement sleep alterations. Juvenile HD generally progresses faster, is more likely to exhibit rigidity and bradykinesia, instead of chorea, and commonly includes seizures.
Edward's Syndrome
only 50% live to 2 months, and only 5–10% will survive their first year of life. Major causes of death include apnea and heart abnormalities. It is impossible to predict the exact prognosis of an Edwards Syndrome child during pregnancy or the neonatal period. Because major medical interventions are routinely withheld from these children, it is difficult to determine what the survival rate or prognosis would be with aggressive medical treatment.
Down Syndrome
Individuals with Down syndrome may have some or all of the following physical characteristics: oblique eye fissures with epicanthic skin folds on the inner corner of the eyes, muscle hypotonia (poor muscle tone), a flat nasal bridge, a single palmar fold, a protruding tongue (due to small oral cavity, and an enlarged tongue near the tonsils), a short neck, white spots on the iris known as Brushfield spots. excessive joint laxity including atlanto-axial instability, congenital heart defects, excessive space between large toe and second toe, a single flexion furrow of the fifth finger, and a higher number of ulnar loop dermatoglyphs. Most individuals with Down syndrome have mental retardation in the mild (IQ 50–70) to moderate (IQ 35–50) range, with individuals having Mosaic Down syndrome typically 10–30 points higher. In addition, individuals with Down syndrome can have serious abnormalities affecting any body system. They also may have a broad head and a very round face.
Canavan Disease
appear in early infancy and progress rapidly, may include mental retardation, loss of previously acquired motor skills, feeding difficulties, abnormal muscle tone (i.e., floppiness or stiffness), poor head control, and megalocephaly (abnormally enlarged head). Paralysis, blindness, or seizures may also occur.

Bloom's Syndrome
short stature and a facial rash that develops shortly after first exposure to sun. This rash can make a butterfly-shaped patch of reddened skin on the cheeks. The rash can develop on other sun-exposed areas such as the backs of the hands. Other clinical features include (1) a high-pitched voice; (2) a distinct facies, including a long, narrow face, a small lower jaw, and prominent nose and ears; (3) other pigmentation changes of the skin, including hypo- and hyper-pigmented areas and "cafe-au-lait" spots; (4) telangiectasias (dilated blood vessels) which can appear on the skin but also in the eyes; (5) a moderate immune deficiency, characterized by deficiency in certain immunoglobulin classes, that apparently leads to recurrent pneumonia and ear infections; (6) hypo-gonadism characerized by a failure to produce sperm, hence infertility in males, and premature cessation of menses (premature menopause), hence sub-fertility in females.
Apert Syndrome
The cranial malformations are the most apparent effects of acrocephalosyndactyly. Cranial synostosis occurs, as explained above, with Brachiocephaly being the common pattern of growth. Additionally, a common characteristic is a high, prominent forehead and a flat posterior skull. Due to the premature closing of sutures of the skull, increased cranial pressure develops which sometimes leads to mental deficiency. Nonetheless, this is not always the case since some people with acrocephalosyndactyly possess normal intelligence. Furthermore, a flat or concave face may develop because of a deficient growth in the mid-facial bones, leading to a conditir prognathism. Other features of acrocephalosyndactyly may be shallow bony orbits and broadly spaced eyes.Low-set ears is also a typical characteristic, as is with all of these disorders that are called branchial arch syndromes.The major attribute of this syndrome is syndactyly of the hands and feet. Commonly there is fusion of fingers or toes with usually an equal amount on both sides.
Angelman Syndrome
a neuro-genetic disorder characterized by intellectual and developmental delay, sleep disturbance, seizures, jerky movements especially hand-flapping, frequent laughter or smiling, and usually a happy demeanour. (this is not a good thing..we will never know if this person is happy or sad!!!!)
hair is lost from areas of the body, usually from the scalp
a form of hypopigmentary congenital disorder, characterized by a partial (in hypomelanism, also known as hypomelanosis) or total (amelanism or amelanosis) lack of melanin pigment in the eyes, skin and hair (or more rarely the eyes alone
so, how is it???? still will look to this people in one look?? laugh at them??? be happy the fact we were born normal..
but there is something i really would like to applause the parents to this they care for they take them as normal people and how they never dump them they say the child is gift to them..they really did a great job..not everyone are caring and patient enough to care for them..the parents did a very good this from a dad who had a son with Edward Syndrome..he and his wife are what i call NOBLE PARENTS..:

me and just me

somthing i find it funny..LOL!!
cassiopeia are good in creating this..LOL!!

the 4 new actrees trainee announce by SM...they are soo young...i just post this up for fun..since i like lee hye soo..she is soo cute..anyway, here is their info :

JAPANESE-KOREA, 1998 (name unknown)

Shim Ha Rim, born in 1997

Kim Seul Gi, born in 1996

Lee Hye Soo, born in 1999

arent they cute...i really like the last one..she is cute!!!!! LOL!!! cant wait to see them become the next LEE YEON HEE and GO ARA..if u guys dont know, LEE YEON HEE is the girl act in EAST OF EDEN..she appear in some of TVXQ mv..GO ARA is the girl going to act in SUBARU..and she appear is some of TVXQ mv..and also SUJU..if im not mistaken she appear in TVXQ MAGIC CASTLE AND HUG...for LEE YEON HEE, she appear in TVXQ THE WAY YOU ARE...^^ SM have many talented artist rite?? LOL!!