Who grows the most potatoes in the world? You might be as surprised as I was to learn the answer. Here’s that view:
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Hot today is Mario Testino of Peru and his life’s work as a photographer. Hot hot hot.
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 24.8.12~
Around the World: We’re reading from: United States, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Spain, India, Italy, Brazil, France, Netherlands, Philippines and Germany.
Observation: At the count, Nicole Kidman holds the no.1 most read star position at 6 to 1 to her nearest competitor. Phenomenal star power. Especially for an Aussie. ;)
Today the audience is 50% more than it was yesterday. An August high. Kia ora. Life be to you. Haere mai. Welcome.
Fashion video footage spot: Peruvian photographer Mario Testino & Australia-California’s Nicole Kidman – have the world captivated, making some cheeky art – August 2012. Kidman is also generating buzz with Zack Efron for that crazy scene in Paperboy, the movie. See CNN for the news.
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 24.8.12~
Being a blogger, you’d struggle without search engine capability. Google and Ask.Com are the two I use the most. Bing sometimes too.
On that note – who does Google rank today as stars of Horiwood website into the 3 1/2 year milestone on the go?: Sam Worthington & James Cameron‘s 3D films, Miley Cyrus, Rachel Hunter and artist, Hollywood actor, Indigenous peoples rights activist Q’orianka Kilcher – are googles favorite five stars on Google Images ranking, Thursday 23rd August 2012.
It’s an honor to have Rachel Hunter rank on this blog . A hero of most people my age group who grew up in NZ. And of course, Smilers youthful zing and Q’ori’s passionate beauty too for noble causes and earth preservation, is special to have on board a blog’s star mix.
As a Maori, Am-Kiwi blogger today, I feel like Charlie of Aaron Spelling‘s Charlie’s Angels today. :)
[With thanks to the audience and to Google for the trialogue tech support of a blogger's daily life at the daily word press. Peace!]
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 23.8.12~
My goal this year is to stay at the top of the field in the single sculls and bring home the elusive Olympic Gold from London in August 2012.– Mahé Drysdale.
87 nations are reading today. Readers include:Colombia, Estonia, Dominican Republic, Bosnia, Armenia, Trinidad & Tobago, Paruguay, Albania, El Salvador, Maldives, Ghana, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Egypt, Zimbabwe, Vietnam, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Nigeria and Senegal.
Reading too are:
Cyprus, Luxemborg, Bangladesh, Latvia, Slovenia, Nepal, Denmark, Myanmar, Syria, Jamaica, Tunisia, Peru and Mauritius.
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 17.7.12~
At a young 25, New Zealand athlete Emma Twigg can scull. Watch sports video.
Our global eyes:
Main Readers are reading today from: United States, New Zealand, Canada, Australia, United Kingdom, Brazil, Italy, Germany, France, Netherlands, Malaysia, Poland, Philippines, Russia, Argentina and Mexico.
At Olympics 2012 New Zealand’s Chances to reach 100 medals looks good: In Paul Hobbs story some of New Zealand’s finest athletes are featured. People like: Yvette Williams, Sir Peter Snell, Sir John Walker, Harry Kirk, Mark Todd, Tom Ashley, Valerie Adams, Hamish Carter.
Sir Murray Halberg shares:
For an athlete mastering the mental pressures and not being numbed to be in control of your destiny, are traits that define high performance athletes competing in the highest levels of sport. You have to make the most of life, grasp the moment and don’t look back later with regrets.
Second Tier Audience are reading from: Romania, Ireland, Indonesia, Hungary, Singapore, Turkey, Belgium, Spain, Portugal, Sweden, Thailand, Pakistan, Austria, South Africa, Denmark, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Czech Republic, Norway and Finland.
In rugby football news: The Crusaders 38. The Force 24. (Israel Dagg, Sean Maitland, Andrew Ellis, Matt Todd tries; Daniel Carter 3 cons 2 pens, Taylor 2) 0 pens. For the Force: 24 (Kyle Godwin, Holmes, Alfi Mafi tries; Brett Sheehan 2 cons, Godwin con, Ben Seymour pen)
Third Tier Audience are reading from: Israel, Serbia, United Arab Emriates, Bulgaria, Peru, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Republic of Korea, Qatar, Taiwan, Lebanon, Greece, Tunisia, Iraq, Chile, Puerto Rico, Estonia and Georgia.
In soccer news: Canada beat New Zealand’s Football Ferns 2-0. Photo: Football Ferns player, Betsy Hassett in white and Fara Williams England in red. Photo: AP.
Fourth Tier of Readers are reading from: Vietnam, Egypt, Croatia, Hong Kong, Belarus, Slovakia, Dominican Republic, Morocco, Bonsia, Bangladesh, Trinidad & Tobago, Yemen, British Virgin Islands, Gibraltar, Brunei, Azerbaijan and Palestinian Territories.
In New Zeland rugby league news: Although The Warriors are set to slip out of the leading eight teams; the Warriors have achieved a huge coup by securing centre Konrad Hurrell – one of the NRL’s hottest properties – until the end of the 2015 season. The 20-year-old Tongan, halfway through only his second season in rugby league, has been one of the NRL’s top rookies, his blitzing form netting 12 tries in just 12 appearances, including 11 in his last seven games.
To watch the Warriors last football match action: Broncos v Warriors highlights (1:45). Photo: News Limited.
Readers are also reading from: Syria, Namibia, Jordan, Fiji, Algeria and El Salvador.
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 15.7.12~
FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS WORLD NEWS 13th JUNE 2012 – SIMON DALLOW, HILARY BARRY, WENDY PETRIE & MIKE McROBERTS – TOP GUNS NEW ZEALAND
However when I do really focus on you the audience – it’s a joy to share world views of us all. That’s what a blog should be about too.
Here we go
New Zealand News – It’s all about the gift of water and Maori tribes role in its regenerating life’s flow. New campaign for Women’s Refuge (added). In sports news: Garth Bray: Goes Inside the Games. Te Karere News does too with Trevor Shailer and a leading artist Rangi Kipa – both on Kaitiaki spiritually aware duties – Maori Cultural Advisor Trevor Shailer says a Maori figure will be brought in to back the team feel at home. Magic confident ahead of biggest derby. Sensible Kiwi Celebrity News: Jacko Gill happy to miss Olympics after title defence
So, in news rheel video above, here’s four of our top guns in the Kiwi artform of New Zealand’s fine broadcasting traditions of our top broadcasters serving it up down the gunnel in the sexy Kiwi accent. In a rare treat for those outside of New Zealand’s paradise isles, here’s news from Simon Dallow, Hilary Barry, Wendy Petrie and Mike McRoberts.
This is the world that was, Friday Night from New Zealand.
United States: Blending: Mitt Romney fancies military pianist Condoleeza Rice as a frontrunner. Obama: my biggest mistake was ‘not telling a story.’ Steven Tyler leaves American Idol. A story with ‘oil’ & ‘gold’ will always get the USA’s attention. Here’s one:Turkey gave Iran 60 tons of gold in return for oil. In sports shake ups news: Debbie Dunn has a doping cheater tale fueling a culture of BigPharma excess culture from the USA. Anthony Davis joins basketball team for Olympics. Puerto Rico and The Bronx’s Jennifer Lopez says goodbye to Idol.
United Kingdom: The Hindu goes for: United Kingdom of surveillance. M16 chief Sir John Sawers does military pr that proves he’s worth his weekly intake of pita chips and hummus. On ‘ya. Plane meddles news of air show displays sports. Two British brothers of Olympics triathlons: Meet The Brownlee Bros. End in sight for Terry’s racism claims. Brit casualties in the alpine avalanche news. Lewis Hamilton and Nicole Scherzinger are on evidence of night life marketing duties pre-Olympics in London. Click below.
India: Media turn to Dara Singh for He-Man standards comparisons. In New York an Indian businessman admits to ‘illegal ivory sales.’ Guwahati deals with child molestation gang. Girija Vyas claims women have a right to party.
Italy: Moody’s makes Italy moodier.
Germany: Germany’s circumcision law is out there. Raises issues of Abrahamic ties between Muslim nations and Jews.
Japan: Record rainfall in Japan forces 50000 to flee, 19 dead.
Ecuador: Newsweek fancy Ecuador as a photovoltaic research center.
Saudi Arabia: Saudi Arabia’s princess independance program improves: First female athletes are Olympics bound.
Peru: Peru and Iraq renew diplomatic ties. Volleyball: Peru 3. Argentina 1 -Women’s Pan American Cup match. US returns stolen artefacts to Peru. Bank holds benchmark rate. Peru fights to preserve whale cemetary.
Swaziland: Infrastructure improves.
Saint Kitts and Nevis: Netball news: St. Vincent Defeats St. Kitts for OECS – ECCB Netball Championship.
Poland: Inflation accelerating.
Argentina: Venezuela is no longer highest inflation nation in Latin America – Argentina is.
Colombia: Juan Manuel Santos & co.
Bangladesh: Economic indicators - July 13.
Guadeloupe: Twitter feed
[In a tough rugby match between The Hurricanes of Wellington and The Chiefs of Hamilton: It was a result that did neither the Hurricanes nor the Chiefs any favours. Watch above the highlights footage of one of New Zealand's national football codes].
Venezuela: Opposition candidate to address Venezuela military, role of soldiers in presidential election.
Portugal: Soccer’s Sunil Chetri arrives in Portugal.
Finland: Finland may get bank shares as collateral, Urpilainen says.
Brunei: Qatar and Brunei’s women Olympians make history.
Puerto Rico: Solving socioeconomic crisis – a call to thought and action.
Nepal: Nepal Maoist chief’s son accused of Everest affair. Sex trafficking offender jailed for 170 years.
Spain: Economy challenged.
Jordan: Jordan Local Daily News
Costa Rica: Growing agriculture sharing knowledge.
Serbia: Coalition government talks occur. Price pressures forces rates rise.
[Jessica Mutch brings the latest story of where Maori water rights sits at The Waitangi Tribunal. Crown lawyers say asset sales should not be delayed because of questions over Maori water rights. Though it's unusual to sell a 3/4's full bottle of wine at market - before suring up the product is a priority of solid due diligence management of business, take a look at the marae where the court is sitting. Mutch highlights lawyer Paul Raddich for The Crown and Donna Hall and veteran activist and mother of a New Zealand politician, Titewhai Harwira. Priceless].
[Gene Rodenberry's star tribute (the Maori version), Hollywood Boulevard Grauman's Chinese Theater. Photo: Author's own].
Music pick: The mood: Janet Jackson‘s Rhythm Nation live concert – no prejudice, no racism, just dance with Peace always to the fore.
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 13.7.12~
Zooming in around the world on Horiwoodblog. How are we looking?
Main Audience are reading from: United States, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, France, United Kingdom, India, Indonesia, Italy, Malaysia, Germany, Philippines, Chile, Thailand and Belgium.
Second Tier Audience are reading from: Russia, Japan, Ecuador, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Peru, Swaziland, Vietnam, South Africa, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Poland, Argentina, Singapore, Colombia, Trinidad & Tobago, Guam, Bangladesh, Guadeloupe, Austria and Kuwait.
Kia Ora. Welcome. Nice to see you reading. :)
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 13.7.12~
A request today is for a poem I once wrote in Hollywood. It can be read many different ways. It was an attempt at an e-poetry experiment as a world peace.
I wrote the poem while an ‘Aunty’ of California was not well. She was dying of cancer at the time. The poem reflects in part too, the fusion between reality lived in my Little Russia, West Hollywood hood while crossing town to stay in her hood of Westwood near UCLA, during her illness and the ‘energy’ reflected in her family around her life, at this one moment in time.
She was a very smart, sharp, fun person from a family who reflected all views on any different topic in an intelligent and democratic way. Their spirit as a family, was we are about finding solutions. Democracy in their family was reflected on any issue at the lunch table. Like light shining through the different sides of a diamond. All views were valid and appreciated.
The poem is titled, Feathers of Peace for Queen Noor Types.
Feathers of Peace rising
The wind still blows:
upon scarred Earth
across ‘champagne bow’ Amazon skies.
Lay your soul down
to go Up
through the crossfire.
. . .
[From Universites in Edinburgh, New Zealand and the USA who teach and read my poems in Uni curriculums in Te Ao - thank you. Most importantly, always write and share your own poetry too.].
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 8.6.12~
DIRTY LAUNDRY AND WAXY IMPERSONATIONS – WELLINGTON MINISTERS HIGH LIFE & THE QUEENS KNICKERS ARE ON E-BAY VIA CHILE
I swear that New Zealand’s newspaper has gone a bit potty all of a sudden.
On page one and two of the nation’s main paper (circulation of 170,000) yet many more read it online, we have politicians airing their dirty laundry literally and hotel bills abroad too. The story is called Minister’s high life.
The alleged ‘big spending’ culprits are listed as being Foreign Minister Murray McCully. Trade Minister Tim Groser and Associate Finance Minister Jonathan Coleman. It’s hard to believe these are the same guys whose government is trying to hock off the state owned energy assets to rich ‘foreigners.’ Their bills don’t seem high enough.
More modest ministers-spend is listed as being: Minister of Maori Affairs, Pita Sharples: - $72.50 for ‘planning meeting’ for staff at Juniper Restaurant in Wellington and $100 – gift from Kura Gallery as farewell gift for staff: $100. And: Lady Gardiner aka Hekia Parata - Minister of Education, – Staff farewell dinner for 13 at Dragon Restaurant: $195.
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Then in London, a pair of Regina’s royal silk knickers from 1968, complete with an E and Crown motif, are being auctioned on E-Bay for around £3,500. How they even blooming got there is a scandal the UK is reading right now courtesy of Chile. Read more here.
[Photo caption - Madame Tussauds Wax Museums employee Keeley Scothern poses with a new wax figure of Britan's Queen Elizabeth II, produced in honour of her Diamond Jubilee in London May 14, 2012. Photo: Suzanne Plunkett for Reuters via Yahoo News. R is a candle for the 28th time].
Yesterday a 6.2 quake hit the Peru-Chilean border. Did increased mining in Peru and Chile by Trans-National companies have anything to do with this quake? Read that here.
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 15.5.12~
across water asphalt ice
winter to spring
your freedom message
walking in your feet.
–Haiku. Picture: Google Images – Mosaic Art Horiwood – Various Photographers and artists.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 9.4.12~
Once I wrote an experimental e-poem about having pride to be nuclear weapons free. I also wrote the poem for the people of Peru too.
Here’s that poem:
Feathers of Peace rising like dove’s wings of trunk boas for rain forest tribes of the Earth. The wind still blows: Lay your body politik down upon scarred Earth In the spirit, ascending past “why’s” aviator angel hearts collide with Peace, ‘exploding into view’ across ‘champagne bow’ Amazon skies. Lay your body down Lay your weapons of fear down Lay your soul down Upon the body of scarred Earth Doves of Rainbow family hearts, are counting down to go Up through the crossfire.
[The way of the wise is to save lives, King Solomon - Part II].
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 21.3.12~
In early January 2007, I boarded an early morning flight from Minneapolis making my way to Ayacucho, Peru. While boarding the flight to the Andean city, a woman asked in broken English where I was going. I told her I was serving as an international volunteer in Ayacucho. She said, “It’s very poor there.” That is precisely why I chose to spend two weeks working with orphans in Ayacucho and it was a trip that changed my life forever.
[Thanks L.C. Rock on!]
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 19.2.12~
PERU CAST IN ASIA-PACIFIC TRADING-SECURITY TRIANGLE AS ANOTHER RESOURCE SUPPLIER OF TWO SUPER POWERS
I haven’t written much about Peru lately, simply because Peru’s Indigenous Peoples’ situation in light of multi-coporates being given more rights to Peru than Inidgenous citizens of Peru – riles me no end. Major breaches of human rights and international treaty rights are being abused in the name of natural resources supply, that has also greatly marred Peru’s environment. However, let’s take a look at Peru’s role in what Al Jazeera news describes as being “Peru’s place in the triangle of Asia-Pacific security.”
[Photo caption - Humanitarian Q'orianka Kilcher is a young Hollywood actress of Peruvian descent. This story is about her amazon hearted homeland's economic future].
Highlights of Al Jazeera’s news article on Peru are:
Aggressive Diplomacy to up Peru’s Profile as a key Latin American player: Overshadowed by the Latin American emerging economies of Brazil, Venezuela (their oil signed up to supply the USA), Argentina and Chile, Ambassador Harold Forsyth of the Republic of Peru’s embassy in Washington, DC is on a mission to change perception about Peru’s ability to be a stronger Asia-Pacific player.
Trade Agendas Ahead: “The trade promotion efforts underway in the framework of APEC [Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation] are the most promising challenges that we are overcoming.”
Hoping to up defence spend: Latin American defence spending rose 5.8 per cent in 2010, outpacing North America, Africa, and Asia. Peru and Chile were two of the highest increases. Peru has been a minor spender on defence but is planning on spending more, yet there is little threat of an arms race looming between the major powers of Latin America.
Atacama corridor, Pacific Ocean access & Bolivia’s assertion of ownership: Judges will decide Bolivia’s claims and Peru’s claims on this territory and its resources. The same applies with disputes with Chile over maritime borders and territories. Chile and Peru are neighbors with common invested interests – to maintain positive connection is the goal ahead.
Peru & China Relations: Unlike the USA, Peru is not worried about China’s strengthening relationship with increased trading agreements. China was Peru’s first signed commercial trading partner. Unlike the USA, who recently said that US-China relations offer suffer from the insecurities of a ‘trust deficit,’ in realting with China, Peru feels a bit more secure. China tends to be low-key about ‘discussing the internal affairs and political systems of other countries, which characterises the current debate in the world. China is a different partner. Peru respects their style. They are a very big power yet they are meek, not displaying ‘empire’ with Peru. China has tremendous domestic challenges to face, their focus tends to be directed more towards that. Peru has no attitude of reserve to bilateral relations with China. It’s agreeable and always moving forward. (more…)
Floating water lily of the Amazon – Stephen Sharnoff for National Geographic.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 29.1.12~
On Bing.Com’s 2011 List of “most searched for” trending locations, Lima, Peru has made the cut.
Other countries quite popular were:
- Asia = Singapore
- Africa = Alexandria, South Africa
- Australia =Sydney, Australia
- New Zealand = Auckland
- Caribbean = Cancun, Mexico
- Europe = Paris, France
- Middle East = Dubai, UAE
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 3.12.11~
The Horiwood Top Ten today are:
Rather than run the Waltons: Here’s a Kiwi version of The Waltons. Let’s try Monteiths breweries PR clips about beer craft.
New Zealand News:
Muppets Post Election Humor - How to make a chap Christmas dinner for all non-Parnell residents
In very dry Australian News - Water Supplies is the no.1 star of today’s paper.
In Tui Awards Ozzie-Oscars News: Australia didn’t object to Assange chase
Auckland Breaking News- 42-year-old man discovers “weird” trick to slash electricity bill by 75% in less than 30 days.
These ships sail by, packed full of sales ahead. Rachel Wells- Port Phillip bay fills with container ships bearing toys from across the ocean and heavy with the hopes of retailers across the country.
Irrigation & the battle for the food bowl: Murray-Darling river system is deep and permanent. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the Goulburn Valley, which after 125 years of irrigation, is today an intricate network of channels and dams that smooth out the vicissitudes of climate and rainfall. Read more.
A Different View – American News via Peru:
Mayor Resigns Amid Threats During Newmont Mine Protests The mayor of Celendin, the town at the center of anti-mine protests against US-based Newmont’s Minas Conga project in Cajamarca region, has stepped down amid death threats, according to daily El Comercio. Mauro Siles resigned and left Cajamarca when he received threats following rumors that he had received money from miners, El Comercio reported.
“As a result, because there are no guarantees that I’ll be able to do my job, I’m stepping aside as mayor. Maybe then they will be satisfied,” Siles was reported as saying. Read more…
Asia Pacific News via Wall Street:
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 3.12.11~
Alex Meraz the performance artist, artist, mixed-martial arts action man, father, husband and Young Hollywood action movie star actor of blockbusting box office films – has been voted the 30th favorite star for 2011 on Horiwood.Com.
As Alex’s twitter account was often what I’d turn to for inspiration when I needed a laugh, some cultural inspiration in the hood – let’s let his words remind us, why this lad is a total winner.
On press to the youth market: Check out a sneak peek of my episode of MTV’s
On being a twinkle toes dancer once: Loving Toronto! Had fun hanging with my old dance troupe
@kahawiit made me kinda miss the old dance days. Twinkle Toes might come back!
On not taking work too seriously: Getting suited up for the Breaking Dawn premier… I look like the Count of Monte Cristo, feeling sharp like cheddar!!!
On letting the artist within breathe: Spent the day painting… here’s what I got so farhttp://twitpic.com/7dld9l
On appreciating the classics: Just finished visiting the house Beethoven was born in… incredibly inspiring to see his piano’s and score sheets. Loving Bonn, Germany!
On self promotion contracted obligations: WOW! I’m so bad at promoting my own movie! Here’s the trailer for NEVER BACK DOWN 2 out on DVD now!http://www.imdb.com/video/screenplay/vi2838010905/
On adjusting to New York: Heading to NYC in a few days to begin filming my latest project! Better pack my pepper spray…
Movie Trailer for Never Back Down:
Photo – What Indigenous artist bros do to their feet:
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 1.12.11~
Arthouse movies via Robert Redford‘s Sundance Film Festival selection panel, are now more available to wider audiences to view.
The Sundance streaming deals with Netflix, YouTube, iTunes and Amazon have all of America buzzing right now.
It’s a good thing the net is accessible to all worldwide. Indie films just got better, with a wider distribution model.
Love it. To read more, go here.
[Robert Redford & Peruvian actress and advocate, Q'orianker Kilcher appear in this photo, courtesy of Q en Q Initiative]
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 29.7.11~
Like many of you, I’m a big fan of all kids in the world having clean drinking water whenever they need. 1 billion people don’t have access yet. 54% of all people in Africa need us to act on their behalf for their better water situation as well.
Click here to make a difference if feeling it. Let’s flow. Thanks peeps. Water.Org is asking for $10 to makes this pivotal dif. Sweet!
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 12. 27.10~
An Arizona sense of Humor: “Just got three gold teeth for my new role! Peruvian chicks love a guy with gold teeth I have to keep telling them I’m not a rapper or a drug dealer but no one will believe me.”
Twilight Saga‘s Alex Meraz always makes me smile the way Alex tweets. His native American Indian sense of humor is very similar to Maori in New Zealand. Here’s the rest of Alex’ tweets as a working action star actor of Hollywood:
On how fame changes community roles: “Just got invited to do a police ride along…and I’ll actually be in the passenger side and NOT the back this time!”
How to announce getting selected as a sex symbol of America: “Check out my photo for PEOPLE MAGAZINES “Sexiest Man Alive issue” in stores now http://twitpic.com/37q2df“
On the joy of screenwriting is entirely one’s own–most times: “Been giggling to myself all day like a little girl…nearly finished writing a movie script and It’s a shake-weight stroke of genius!”
On prepping for Twilight filming: “Guess what script I’m reading? I’ll give you a hint…It rhymes with “Breaking Dawn pt.1″ Oops!!!”
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 12.26.10~
Namaste. Special thanks to all of you who read Horiwood.Com in Hollywood. May your holiday season be a good one and 2011 be prosperous and abundantly blessed for you all. Most of all, may your smiles increase and your spirits rise.
According to Quantcast, here’s what we all look like. Pretty diverse. I love you all. As a fellow global citizen, thanks for being my daily teachers who share yourselves on a New Zealand Maori Kiwi’s blog. You’ve taught me so much. As caring is sharing. Many thanks for your open hearts and your limitless abilities to share. Peace.
Malann was originally from Russia before she came to live in Los Angeles.
Pocahontas was her super hero of choice to play on Halloween in West Hollywood last night. Malann was drinking coffee for two.
She’s a sweetheart. Dressed like this, Malann reminds me a little of my friend, Q’orianka Kilcher of Peru, who played Pocahontas too opposite Christian Bale and Colin Farrell when she was 14 years-of-age.
Here’s a clip of Q’ori starring in The New World. So talented.
To see what Q’orianka’s up to, in her efforts at being Young Hollywood’s advocate for the environment and Indigenous People and the tribes of Peru and the Amazon, go here. For children fighting for life and their future of the Amazon, Q’orianka is their super hero:
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 11.1.10~