Inflatables

Everyone likes to bounce. That’s why we put bouncer type floors in all of our inflatable interactive run, jump, climb and slide games. From the inflatable bungee run, stadium bouncer and inflatable slide to the gauntlet, goal to go and red zone, interactive inflatable bouncer games are second to none at packing in participants and generating loads of fun.

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Entries from 10月 2012

when people be in blue mood

10月 31st, 2012 · No Comments

Everyone will have the times that be in blue mood, no matter you are a adult or kid. We need to learn to adjust ourself, do not let the feeling effect our normal life or work.
We could not stop the blue mood coming, let’s go outside for a walking with listening to the music, relex [...]

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Tags: Sports

During the winter, don’t forget to bring your kids go for outdoor activities

10月 30th, 2012 · No Comments

The winter is coming, the wind outside is geting stronger, kids need to dress lots of cloths, people would like to stay at home for taking a nap, watching the TV, enjoy the music. But since kids are growing up, don’t forget to bring them go for outdoor activities.kids must have enough sports every days.
The [...]

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Singapore Airlines has bought a 10% stake in Virgin Australia-enread.com

10月 30th, 2012 · No Comments

Singapore Air will spend A$105m ($108m; £68m) on the deal, Virgin said in a statement.
The tie-up comes after Qantas announced a potential alliance with Dubai’s Emirates.
Global airlines have increased cooperation as rising fuel prices and competition have hit profits.
Qantas challenge
Analysts say Singapore Air, the world’s second biggest airline, is backing Virgin to counter the threat [...]

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Tags: Giant Inflatables

there is a link between using a mobile phone and brain tumors

10月 29th, 2012 · No Comments

Innocente Marcolini, 60, an Italian businessman, fell ill after using a handset at work for up to six hours every day for 12 years.
Now Italy’s Supreme Court in Rome has blamed his phone saying there is a “causal link” between his illness and phone use.
Mr Marcolini said: “This is significant for very many people. I [...]

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Tags: Sports

Children get their sense of humour from their parents

10月 27th, 2012 · No Comments

Researchers discovered that between the ages of six months and one year, small children learn what is absurdly funny by watching the reaction of their parents.
A study of 30 children carried out by Dr Gina Mireault of Johnson State College and Dr John Sparrow at the University of New Hampshire, in America, involved recording the [...]

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Tags: Bouncers

Sitting for long periods is bad for health

10月 25th, 2012 · No Comments

The scientists from Leicester and Loughborough Universities say harm is done even if people also exercise.
The study, published in Diabetologia, analysed 18 existing studies involving almost 800,000 people.
Diabetes UK said anyone who spent a lot of time sitting or lying down would “obviously benefit” from moving more.
The researchers say the opportunities for sedentary behaviour in [...]

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Tags: Giant Inflatables

Coca-Cola expects slower growth in China

10月 25th, 2012 · No Comments

That is down from 7% growth in the country during the previous three months.
China is one of the world’s fastest growing consumer markets and has been a key driver of the firm’s growth, include lots of industries, such as Inflatable Bouncer, LED.
“As we look ahead to the next six months, it is reasonable to expect [...]

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Tags: Bouncers

you’re now officially ‘old’ at just 28

10月 24th, 2012 · No Comments

Almost half of all respondents to the survey said 28 was the age they considered to be when they stop being ‘young’ and finally grow up.
Respondents were also asked to nominate the ten most popular changes in behaviour which show that you are no longer young.
The most popular answer was the fact that your career [...]

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Tags: Sports

Young children who take music lessons have better memories than their nonmusical peers

10月 23rd, 2012 · No Comments

Parents who spend time and money to teach their children music, take heart — a new Canadian study shows young children who take music lessons have better memories than their nonmusical peers.
The study, published in the online edition of the journal Brain, showed that after one year of musical training, children performed better in a [...]

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Tags: Water Games

The global economic recovery is weakening

10月 21st, 2012 · No Comments

It added that the risk of further deterioration in the economic outlook was “considerable” and had increased.
The IMF downgraded its estimate for global growth in 2013 to 3.6% from the 3.9% it forecast in July.
One of the biggest downgrades was to the UK economy, which the IMF expects to shrink by 0.4% this year.
This compares [...]

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