To what extent can the German reunification provide a vision for the peaceful reunification of the Korean Peninsula?

There are a number of differences.

  1. German reunification was brought about by policies in the USSR, which initiated change across Eastern Europe. The East German government remained intact during the transition and was therefore able to co-operate with reunification. If the government in North Korea collapsed, then this would create a very different scenario.
  2. East and West Germany never fought a war against each other.
  3. South Korea is not as liberal as West Germany. The new government is likely to be more vindictive in pursuing members of the former regime. The East German Communists reinvented themselves as the Party of Democratic Socialism, later merged into the Left Party, which has continued to operate in the united Germany. Nothing like this is likely to happen in Korea. As a consequence, tensions and divisions are likely to remain intense for some time.
  4. North Korea is recovering from an economic collapse. East Germany wasn’t.
  5. The new Korea will have to deal with North Korea’s one million strong army. That’s potentially an army of the un

Why does the US Immigration treat so humiliatingly their visitors?

Since I can not speak Portuguese, I am unable to read that crap, but if you are coming to US and don’t speak a lick of English to save your life, I advise you carry a card, written in English language, saying “I don’t speak English and need a translator” or better provide a phone number of someone who can translate for you. My mother never learned to speak English, due to the fact that he came here to live with me past his 70th birthday and traveled between here and homeland regularly. Every time she traveled, I armed her with a battery of cards, which contained critical things she might need, like food, water, restrooms, doctor etc. as well as my phone number just in case they need to ask her any questions anywhere.

If you are unprepared, you can not expect someone else to bend over backwards to help you. And if you become upset and start yelling and screaming, you find yourself in hot water in no time.

When you visit someone else’s home, you accommodate the ways of your host, not the other way around. Gotta love this entitled mind set.

What are the best programs to learn Japanese?

Wow, that’s a tough question, considering the sheer number of resources available for learning Japanese. However, I’ll try my best to pick the cream of the crop in terms of Japanese learning programs.

Spaced repetition system (SRS)

In this strategy, you learn Japanese using flash cards to memorize and get familiar with the language. You may choose from manual self-aided flash cards, downloadable SRS programs, or online SRS apps that teach you Japanese in real time.

Look for desktop programs or open-source apps that provide a comprehensive array of flash cards built for learning Japanese.

Classroom-based teaching

Based on my personal experience, conducting language learning sessions with a tutor is the fastest way to acquire Japanese. Look for a Japanese class somewhere in your neighborhood or near your workplace. That way, you can arrange to join classes whenever you have some free time.</p%

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Can you describe the Sar Pass trail (where are the dry parts, wet parts, etc.)?

The condition of the trail entirely depends on time you are trekking and weather.

If you are trekking in early may, initial Two days are dry till you reach Padri Thatch campsite.

Path from Padri to MingThatch is wet initially wet due to couple of streams (grahan nallah) you cross initially. The descents are treacherous and skiddy. And climb is dry and exhausting. You'll start seeing snow as you near MingThatch.

The next day’s trail is dangerous one. It goes on the edge of the cliff and can be skiddy if it has rained previously or if there is snow on the trail.

Once you reach the Nagaru campsite you'll be in heaven. The campsite sits in the middle of snowfield and wind blows from everywhere.

Next day’s walk to cross sar pass is through snow and it'll be wet. The slides are amazing but risky. I broke my back there which had to be operated later.

The campsite biskeri Thatch is out of snowfield and it'll be dry.

The next day’s campsite bhandak Thatch is what heaven looks like. Don't miss it.

Do Indian Navy officers visit foreign countries?

Yes the Indian Navy Officers do visit foreign countries as a part of the bi-lateral relations between the countries and the navies too. This type of visits are aimed just to strengthen the ties and enhancing inter-operability between the two navies.

This visits are also done in view to grow in tactical and operational complexity.

The visits are sometimes done with respect to train the other countries in operational situations for which Naval Exercises are held also. Apart from the exercises and visits due to bi-lateral relations, many of the Officers do also visit various countries for attending the Naval Conferences on Leadership Conference Programme held by various Navies of the world.

In this sort of conferences the Officers are provided an opportunity to witness the daily regime of the respected navies of the world and the laboratories and simulators in which they train their Sailors and Officers.


Why is looking in the eye so important and uncomfortable?

It is not always important to look in someone’s eyes, rather, it is important to give your attention to the speaker of the conversation, speech, etc. The reason why looking at the eyes can become uncomfortable is because you feel like if that person was watching you and that the way they look at you while talking to you may make you feel intimidated or feel like if your soul was being seen through under a microscope.

Therefore, to resolve that problem, look at someone’s entire face instead of just focusing on just their eyes. Let your eyes wander from their eyes then to their cheek and then to their mouth and then back up again. And, if you start to feel uncomfortable looking at them for a prolonged period of time, you can always look at something else near them briefly before returning your gaze back to them; also know that if you look away too much, people will think that you aren’t interested in the conversation. In addition, you can also nod your head a bit if you are the listener in the conversation to indicate that you are listening and not just staring into space while the speaker talks; don’t nod too much either because it will give off a vibe that you aren’t interested in the conversation as well and want to get away from them.

Simply, looking at someone’s eyes can become uncomfortable if you focus your entire attention on their eyes. If you focus your attention on their face and then glance away briefly and then look back, then it will be less uncomfortable than that of staring at someone’s eyes during the whole conversation.