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September 2016

Happy World Animal Day - Oct 4th 2016 - Help make the world a fairer place for all animals !

By lucy yuan 6 years ago 4871 Views No comments

To raise the status of animals in order to improve welfare standards around the globe. Building the celebration of World Animal Day unites the animal welfare movement, mobilising it into a global force to make the world a better place for all animals. It's celebrated in different ways in every country, irrespective of nationality, religion, faith or political ideology. Through increased awareness and education we can create a world where animals are always recognised as sentient beings and full regard is always paid to their welfare.



The 12 Zodiacal Constellations

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Wonder and Mystery

Constellations exist only in the minds of human beings. They are projected onto random groups of stars to create a picture story. These pictures have appeared in the sky every year at the same time for thousands of years.

From very early in recorded history, the stars were important to people in their daily lives. The stars assisted the ancients in planning for the planting of their crops, guiding navigators on their many adventures, and as a way of telling time. Much wonder and mystery was associated with the stars, and the people of ancient times began to place a grander, often divine, meaning on the majestic heavenly bodies.

Aries Mar. 21 - April 19

Aries the Ram is an Autumn constellation, and can be best viewed in the night sky during the month of November.

Taurus April 20 - May 20

Taurus the Bull is an Autumn constellation, and can be best viewed in the night sky during the month of December

.Gemini May 21 - June 21

Gemini the Twins is a Winter constellation, and can be best viewed in the night sky during the month of January.

Cancer June 22 - July 22

Cancer the Crab is a Winter Constellation, and can be best viewed in the night sky during the month of February.

Leo July 23 - Aug. 22

Leo the Lion is a Winter constellation, and can be best viewed in the night during the month of March.

Virgo Aug. 23 - Sept. 22

Virgo the Virgin is a Spring constellation, and can be best viewed during the month of April.

Libra Sept. 23 - Oct. 23

Libra the Scales is a Spring constellation, and can be best viewed in the night sky during the month of May.

Scorpio Oct. 24 - Nov. 21

Scorpio the Scorpion is a Spring constellation with an astronomical name of Scorpius, and can be best viewed in the night sky during the month of June.

Sagittarius Nov. 22 - Dec. 21

Sagittarius the Archer is a Summer constellation, and can be best viewed in the night sky during the month July.

Capricorn Dec. 22 - Jan. 19

Capricorn the Sea Goat is a Summer constellation with an astronomical name of Capricornus, and can be best viewed in the night sky during the month of August.

Aquarius Jan. 20 - Feb. 18

Aquarius the Water Bearer is an Summer constellation, and can be best viewed in the night sky during the month of September.

Pisces Feb. 19 - Mar. 20

Pisces the Fishes in an Autumn constellation, and can be best viewed in the night sky during the month of October.

What are the Different Types of Coffee Cups?

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Coffee cups are sold in a wide range of sizes, shapes and materials. There are practical coffee containers made specifically for carrying hot beverages on the go as well as elegant cup and saucer designs ideal for serving specialty coffees at home dinner parties. Cylindrical, average sized ceramic coffee cups are the most common, but there are many other types including oversized, humorous, rounded, footed, latte,espresso, stainless steel, glass and travel varieties.

Travel coffee cups may be tall or short, but they always have a covered top. Most travel cups for coffee are designed to fit in cup holders inside vehicles. Most good quality coffee cup designs made for travel are stainless steel and have rubber-like trim to allow drinkers to have a firm grip on the cups. The trim also helps the coffee drinker avoid burning his or her hands on the cup.Stainless steel coffee cups are also available in styles made for the home. Some of these are slightly rounded in design and made to stack vertically when not in use. This feature can help save space in a kitchen cabinet. Transparent glass coffee mugs or cups can offer an elegant look at a very low price. Clear glass cups have the added advantage of coordinating with any color and style of table ware.

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Espresso and latte coffee cup styles usually have saucers as well as cups. Some people like to use these types of cups for serving hot chocolate; the stirring spoon can be placed on the saucer and the wide mouth design is ideal for adding whipped cream or marshmallows. Coffee and hot chocolate may also be blended together to form amocha beverage.

Oversized or humorous types of coffee mugs are a popular gift item. For instance, an oversized mug may be filled with wrapped chocolate or candy to create a small gift. Humorous coffee cups can make great get well soon presents. Footed types of mugs for coffee are usually quite tall and elegant looking. Some coffee cup designs are rounded and may look more like tea cups.

Coffee cup sets are often packaged together in gift boxes of four or more mugs. Some coffee mug sets are sold with a wood or metal stand designed to sit on a counter top. Handle sizes and shapes vary widely in coffee cups. Coffee mug handle shapes may be round, oval, rectangular or square.


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NEW special music color change mug

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Hot selling new music color change mug

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How Do I Choose the Best Coffee Mug?

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To choose the best coffee mug, you should consider the size that would be best for you as well as different styles and designs you might prefer. If you tend to drink a lot of coffee or similar hot beverages, then you might want to choose a bigger cup that holds larger quantities. You should also consider if you tend to drink coffee outdoors or inside and whether a thermal mug that keeps drinks hot would be best for you. There are many different coffee mug designs that you can choose from as well, so you should pick one that is aesthetically appropriate.

One of the first things you should consider for a coffee mug is the size you prefer. There are many different sizes available, including some that are fairly small and often intended for strong drinks, and larger mugs that can hold multiple servings in a single cup. Even if you prefer a standard cup of coffee, there are still various mugs you can choose. You should consider how you plan on storing your cups, so that you can choose a coffee mug that is not too tall or wide for your needs.

In addition to the size of your coffee mug, you should also consider how the mug is made. If you do a great deal of camping or hiking and often drink coffee outdoors, for example, then you might want to choose a mug that is durable. You should also look for one that includes a lid that closes firmly to prevent potentially painful spills. There are also a number of coffee mug designs that include insulation to help keep your beverage hot for an extended period of time, allowing you to drink at your leisure.

Once you know the size and type of coffee mug that you want, then you should look for designs and prints that match your aesthetic tastes. If you want to match your cups to the overall décor of your kitchen or dining room, then you might consider mugs with solid print that compliments the colors in those rooms. There are also numerous designs and patterns you can choose from, ranging from references to movies and television shows to mugs with logos for sports teams and video games on them. Some companies allow you to design your own coffee mug, using photographs or other images you have that are printed onto cups for you for a personalized effect.

100 Uses for a Coffee Mug

By lucy yuan 6 years ago 11238 Views 1 comment

e made a questionnaire to contribute to a list of creative uses for a simple coffee mug. We had quite a list already, but some of the submissions were surprising. We thought the first draft of 29 was pretty good, but we ended up with a lot more. . .

  1. It's reusable packaging for any product that will fit inside (reuse as a coffee mug or desk caddy).
  2. It's a memo (imprint with important company dates, announcements, etc.).
  3. It's a shirt box (stuff with an imprinted T-shirt).
  4. It's a computer disk case (insert a mini-CD or DVD, or shrink-wrap to the bottom).
  5. It's a planter (put a layer of small rock or gravel in the bottom first for drainage).
  6. It's a candle (these are available in the industry).
  7. It's a calendar (imprint a calendar on one side, company message on the other).
  8. It's a desk caddy (fill with imprinted pens, pencils, small ruler, letter opener, etc.).
  9. It's a candy dispenser (fill with candy. . . duh!).
  10. It's a unique invitation (imprint invitation on side - another twist: require that they bring the invitation with them to the event) https://www.custommugcup.com/11oz-two-tone-solid-color-mug-inside-color-glaze-outside-white-with-custom-logo.html
  11. It's a presentation container (insert client's product).
  12. It's an award (imprint with achievement - consider gold imprint).
  13. It's an enhancer (adds perceived value to whatever you put inside).
  14. It's a thank-you gift (wrap in cellophane and clinch with a ribbon at the top).
  15. It's a tool box (insert mini-screwdrivers, mini-flashlight, tape measure, etc.).
  16. It's a first-aid kit (insert bandages, headache medicine, etc.).
  17. It's a hangover kit (insert headache medicine, ear plugs, phone number for AA, etc.).
  18. It's a watch case (insert imprinted wristwatch).
  19. It's a coaster set (insert cork or disposable coasters).
  20. It's a cold-recovery kit, AKA "get yourself back to work" kit (imprint with good wishes, fill with chicken soup mix, a thermometer, cold medicine, etc.).
  21. It's a wedding favor (fill with birdseed to send off the bridal couple).
  22. It's a business card (imprint with a business card on side -- sure to be remembered).
  23. It's a sewing kit (insert sewing supplies).
  24. It's a coin catcher (insert coin rollers -- great alternative to the old piggy bank).
  25. It's a holiday greeting card (imprint with sentiment of choice).
  26. It's a frequent shopper card (imprint with offer on side, redeemed with every visit - a funny twist: "refills free with coffee purchase").
  27. It's a commemorative souvenir (imprint with event info or picture).
  28. It's a fundraiser (imprint with worthy cause info -- then sell it).
  29. It's a premium (insert product or attach to product as an added premium with purchase).
  30. It's a hardware storage container (nuts/bolts).
  31. It's a sugar packet dispenser.
  32. It's a soup bowl (insert cup-o-soup packet and spoon).
  33. It's a political statement (imprint with candidate photo and info).
  34. It's a history lesson (imprint with historical dates/info).
  35. It's a recipe card (imprint with recipe - great for unique restaurant).
  36. It's a picket sign (imprint with union message, etc.).
  37. It's an anti-smoking aid (imprint with Surgeon General warnings).
  38. It's a paper clip dispenser (fill with unique paper clip).
  39. It's a reminder ("Change the batteries in your smoke detectors when Daylight Savings Time changes.").
  40. It's a company brochure (imprint with company info, mission statement, etc.).
  41. It's a map (imprint a map on it).
  42. It's a mini-blueprint (imprint with floor plan - what a great idea for a home builder!).
  43. It's a written guarantee (no fine print here - "We're proud to display our guarantee").
  44. It's a "warm fuzzy" (insert hot chocolate packet).
  45. It's a motivator (imprint with compliment such as "Top Achiever" - assign to different person in office each week).
  46. It's a safety program reinforcer (imprint with safety protocols).
  47. It's an instruction manual (no excuse for not following instructions).
  48. It's a scavenger hunt game (imprint with list of items to find).
  49. It's an operation manual (can be fun or serious).
  50. It's a company policy manual (excellent reinforcement).https://www.custommugcup.com/custom-design-ceramic/multiple-coffee-mugs/15-oz-glossy-two-tone-custom-printed-photo-mugs-custom-mugs.html
  51. It's a prize (imprint with illustration of game, such as a basketball going into the hoop "Score!").
  52. It's a clue (imprint on bottom of mug).
  53. It's a token ("Return for __________").
  54. It's a checklist (imprint with checklist).
  55. It's an announcement (imprint with announcement of achieved goal, expansion, etc.).
  56. It's an exclusive pass (only those bearing this mug can gain entry into the elite section).
  57. It's an inspiration (imprint with scripture or quote).
  58. It's an agenda ("These are the items we need to discuss in this meeting.").
  59. It's an old-style shaving mug (insert bar of soap and brush).
  60. It's a status symbol (given in exchange for major purchase or contribution).
  61. It's a desktop basketball goal (add cardboard backboard - another imprint area!).
  62. It's a dessert dish (order this dessert at restaurant - get to keep the mug!).
  63. It's a delineator (decaf drinkers get green mug, those drinking regular get the red mug).
  64. It's a business card dispenser.
  65. It's a "share a penny" container (next to the cash register).
  66. It's a toothpick dispenser.
  67. It's a tip collector.
  68. It's a billboard (imprint with a dozen or more small block advertisements - use at favorite local breakfast diner).
  69. It's a barbeque kit (insert basting brush, combine with sauce).
  70. It's a theft deterrent device ("This mug stolen from. . .").
  71. It's a membership card (coffee club, change mug color each year).
  72. It's a name badge (personalize imprint).
  73. It's a cheat sheet (imprint with math formulas).
  74. It's a phone book (imprint with list of important company phone numbers and/or extensions).
  75. It's a soap dish (insert a bar of soap).
  76. It's a written warranty (this one will not be lost or misplaced).
  77. It's a measuring cup (imprint with scale on inside or outside).
  78. It's an initiator (imprint with "step one, step two, etc.").
  79. It's a conversation-starter (imprint with opening line, such as, "What's your name and what do you do?").
  80. It's a memorization aid (imprint with items to memorize).
  81. It's a translator (imprint with common expressions in another language).
  82. It's a paint can (the handle makes it easy to hold for touch-up work).
  83. It's a play book (imprint with football plays) Perfect for those who "eat, sleep and drink football!"
  84. It's a excuse eliminator (imprint with a "round tuit").
  85. It's a feng shui garden (fill with sand, add pebbles, tiny rake).
  86. It's a computer aid (imprint with list of computer shortcuts for a particular program).
  87. It's a fire safety map (imprint with floor plan showing fire exits).
  88. It's an in/out sign for the desk (imprint with "I'll be back in a moment" on one side, and "Out to lunch" on the other).
  89. It's a marker board (insert dry erase marker and eraser - works great on a plain white coffee mug!).
  90. It's a weight-loss aid (imprint with calorie info and/or how many minutes of exercise it takes to burn off a Twinkie, etc.).
  91. It's an awareness tool (imprint with important statistics, etc.).
  92. It's a how-to guide (imprint with instructions, diagrams, etc.).
  93. It's a work of art (the imprint area is your canvas, let your creativity soar!).
  94. It's a schedule (sport games, etc.).
  95. It's a menu (imprint with restaurant menu, kid's menu, senior's menu, breakfast menu, etc.).
  96. It's a Holder for make up brushes or make up pencils.
  97. It's a cookie cutter.
  98. It's a picture frame.
  99. It's a holder to make cupcakes.
  100. It's your friend. . . someone to talk to when alone in your office.https://www.custommugcup.com/custom-design-ceramic/standard-ceramic-mug/11oz-standard-customized-coffee-mug-personalized-mug-white-mugs.html