Everybody likes music. Music works like magic, it can make you feel loved, it can make you cry, and some brings back memories from the past.
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There are some things in life that bring us all together, independently of where we are from. That is for example the case of music. And this is nothing new. Who doesn’t enjoy going to a concert? That feeling of belonging, being part of a crowd that is enjoying the same music as you, singing the same songs, dancing to the same tune. And if you do not know this feeling, there are many ways of fixing it! Stop by Ticketbis and make sure you don’t miss out on any concerts.
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Music has been a part of humanity ever since the beginning when bones where the only way to make sounds, which is why scientists have come up with an explanation. Apparently music makes our brain react; it is literally pleasure to our ears. Many experts have carried out studies in order to find out which part of our brain reacts, how it does so, and the way music therefore makes us feel. And this is something none of us can escape, it is probably the one thing we all have in common, everywhere in the world.
So like I said, music actually does bring us together, it is a way of sharing our emotions and connecting with other people. Music is the one thing that makes us feel the same and be the same. It is the meaning of life with no barriers, because today it is difficult to find a single culture that listens only to its own kind of music.
It plays on the strings of everyone’s hearts.
Following the launch of Sony Xperia Z1, Sony Mobile invites all users of the smartphone to participate in the #JumpWithSony Instagram Challenge. 3 winners will be selected to walk away with a Sony SmartWatch 2.
Sony Instagram Challenge
15 November – 15 December 2013
Submit a photo of yourself and/or your friends, or even a pet, doing a jump shot taken using the Timeshift burst Application on your Xperia Z1. All entries are to be posted on Instagram together with the hashtag #JumpWithSony and #SGXperiaZ1 to be one of the three lucky winners to walk away with a SmartWatch 2. All entries submitted will be judged based on the level of creativity of both the image captured as well as its caption, and all winners will be notified and announced on 18 December 2013 via Sony Mobile SG Facebook Page.
Terms and conditions apply. Please refer to Sony Mobile SG Facebook Page for more details.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship® debuts in Singapore at the Marina Bay Sands on Saturday, Jan. 4, 2014 with UFC® FIGHT NIGHT SINGAPORE: ELLENBERGER vs. SAFFIEDINE. Tickets will go on sale on Thursday, Nov. 7 at 10 a.m.
The main card will feature a five-round welterweight bout between two world-class fighters–Jake “The Juggernaut” Ellenberger and former Strikeforce champion Tarec “Sponge” Saffiedine. Ellenberger is #4 in the division, while Belgium-born Saffiedine, is set for his UFC debut in Singapore after posting four straight wins in Strikeforce® to become welterweight champion before the promotion was closed.
The first ever UFC event in Southeast Asia will also showcase the UFC debut performance of long-time Japanese star fighter Tatsuya Kawajiri, riding a five-fight victorious streak, going up against Brazil’s Hacran Dias at featherweight along with a pair of clashes between up-and-coming Japanese and South Koreans: Kiichi Kunimoto vs. Hyun Gyu Lim in a welterweight bout, and Shunichi Shimizu vs. Kyung Ho Kang at bantamweight. Rounding up the card is another UFC debutante Katsunori Kikuno of Japan–also on a five-fight winning streak–taking on Quinn Mulhern at lightweight and other talented MMA fighters from across the continent, with more bouts to be revealed in the coming weeks.
Tickets now on sale! Below’s the seating plan (not drawn to scale).