The Giant Serpent of God of War was a Technological Challenge | AIB


Recently, an official podcast of God of War was presented, which dealt with two primary aspects of the game: the presence of the giant serpent of Midgard and the name Jörmungandr and the role of the dwarves Brokkr and Sindri. To speak about it, Rafael Grasseti in charge of the designs of the main characters and Bruno Velazquez in charge of animations were present.

Grasseti indicated that from the beginning they were clear that they had to introduce Jörmungandr because it has a high relevance in the Norse mythology. The difficulty in dealing with this character is not only due to the implausible dimensions it present, but also to the fact that we must interact with him in many different ways, either jointly or even at a long distance.



In turn, he points out that in the first sketches he made of Jörmungandr came to mark him as a female character, but ultimately ended up deciding that it would be best to leave him as a male. He also points out that the hydra of previous deliveries was a great inspiration when it came to molding Jörmungandr, and they had endless discussions about the character.

Bruno Velazquez jumped on the scene to describe the role that we could expect from Brokker and Sindri, and the fact is that it is not far from what we had been shown in recent times. According to their words, they will be a kind of "dependents" which we can attend to, apparently, making us with multiple improvements, although this will not be their only function.



If something has been made clear so far thanks in particular to the many interventions of Cory Barlog, director of God of War, is that this new episode of the saga is a restart in many areas for Kratos, especially for staff. Brokkr and Sindri will play a role in which to prove that Kratos can interact with people without having to face them, something that Atreus will also be important.

So, it seems that in this installment of God of War we will find a good variety of characters whose role will go beyond presenting itself as a target for Kratos. Although it does not seem that the violent atmosphere is going to be lost, it will be necessary to apply a different perspective to understand everything that Sony Monica Studio intends to convey to us on this occasion.

Recently, an official podcast of God of War was presented, which dealt with two primary aspects of the game: the presence of the giant...

Homo Digitalis: The future of Automation | AIB


We utilize a physical and real space, but our mind is constantly attentive to the virtual dimension. Without hunting or gathering, the man of the 21st Century solves his needs by pressing keys or touch screens anytime, anywhere, with their cellphones.

Mobile phones replaced by many objects such as alarm clock, wristwatch, desktop calendar, a street guide and the letters that arrived by mails. The objects that went from the real to the digital facilitating life in different areas: at work and personal.

Technology and its multiple devices bring us closer to a world of possibilities, among them the option of interacting with others from anywhere, feeling close, knowing other cultures, learning from any space and at any time, and working remotely, among others.

However, beyond the facilities and comforts it provides, it is essential not to ignore the importance of finding the balance, in particular among the young people who make up the Homo Digitalis profile opposed to the traditional Homo Sapiens. Why? Many of them, for example, even sleep with the mobile under the pillow, like a full-time job, solving everything with a click.

In this context, it is important to recognize that the potential of labor and educational collaboration at the global level is vast. The profile of Homo Digitalis faces a scale of opportunities ahead, which knows how to take advantage of: it understands that technology is not only useful for human relations but also aware that it can learn from on a regular basis. The social model gradually adapts to this new demand for life, and education is an aspect that has not excluded.



Some institutions grasped the situation quickly, and they were at the forefront of online education, providing regular spaces at all times and in all places, to help immediate access to information, without neglecting the learning of quality and updated.

All generations have had their interests and the current generation integrated by the Homo Digitalis cannot be neglected. Since it has specific demands to be met and have a profile that sets them apart, they want answers and quick knowledge, without the need to leave what they were doing.

The challenge for institutions is then to adjust their projects to meet this new lifestyle, immediate, digital and avid of knowledge. "The problem of the communications age can be defined as the creation of knowledge from information."

Meanwhile, for Homo Digitalis, the challenge is to find a balance that allows you to take advantage of the benefits of being always connected and being able to solve everything online, without neglecting the link with the other and interpersonal relationships.

We utilize a physical and real space, but our mind is constantly attentive to the virtual dimension. Without hunting or gathering, the m...

10 Must Visit Places in Bali | AIB


Bali is an Indonesian island known for its forested volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies, beaches and coral reefs. The island is home to cultural treasures and famous landscapes. There are countless temples, historical sites and natural beauty spots around Bali.

To the south, the beachside city of Kuta has lively bars, while Seminyak, Sanur, and Nusa Dua are popular resort towns. The island is also known for its yoga and meditation retreats. In Bali, there is something for everyone! Bali named the greatest destination on Earth by TripAdvisor.


Top 10 Places to see in Bali, Indonesia!


1. Tanah Lot Temple


Tanah Lot Temple is one of the major monuments of Bali. It is famous for its unique offshore environment and background scenery. It is an ancient Hindu shrine perched on top of a rocky outcrop regularly hit by waves. Tanah Lot Temple is just one of the icons to see in Bali.

The place was dotted with smaller shrines with leisure facilities for visitors. Here you will find restaurants, shops and a cultural park that features regular performances dance. The temple located in the village of Beraban region of Tabanan, about 20 km northwest of Kuta.

2. Uluwatu Temple


Uluwatu Temple is also known as Pura Luhur Uluwatu; it is one of the six major temples are believed to be the spiritual pillars of Bali. It is famous for its exquisite location on top of a cliff steep at about 70 meters above sea level. This temple also shares the beautiful backdrops of the sunset as the Tanah Lot Temple.

Uluwatu Pura Luhur is one of the best places on the island to watch the sunset. It has beautiful views of the Indian Ocean and daily performances of traditional dance Kecak. The Balinese architecture, access doors traditionally designed and ancient sculptures add to the appeal of Uluwatu Temple.

3. Besakih Temple


Besakih Temple has remembered as the Mother Temple of Bali for more than 1,000 years. It is 1,000 meters high on the southwest slopes of Mount Agung. Besakih is a unique artistic compound comprising at least 86 temples. It includes the main temple Pura Agung Penataran (the Great Temple of State) and others.

Besakih is the largest and most sacred temples of the island. And it is surrounded by stunning and picturesque rice fields, hills, mountains, streams and much more.

4. Rice Terraces Tegalalang


Rice Terraces of Tegalalang in Ubud is famous for its beautiful scenes of rice paddies. These involve the Subak (traditional cooperative irrigation system Balinese), which according to history transmitted by a revered saint called Rsi Markandeya in the eighth century. Tegallalang forms the three beautiful landscapes terraces in the region of Ubud, with others in the villages of Pejeng and Campuhan.

These gardens offer a scenic view which stretches our eyes away from the rice fields on the slopes across the valley. The location of the high road is a well-known place for tourists . Especially to stop and take pictures. Artists and nature lovers also enjoy visiting this place. And there are numerous kiosks art and cafes near the cornice offering their wares.

5. Monkey Forest Ubud


This site is known as the Monkey Forest Sacred of Padangtegal. It is one of the most popular attractions to see in Bali. It is a sanctuary of natural forest that is home to a horde of gray long-tailed macaques. The site is well-preserved thanks to the program of community management. The forest is also conveniently located near the city center of Ubud.

In addition to observing monkeys in their natural habitat, the site offers pleasant walks along paved trails through a lush forest. In the forest, you can also see beautiful ancient temples with statues covered with moss. Monkey Forest Ubud is a must, combined with tourist attractions. For example the Royal Palace in Ubud.

6. Kintamani and Mount Batur


It is a popular tourist destination to see in Bali. The magnificent views of the caldera of Batur are the main attraction, surrounded by the captivating Mount Batur. Those with a penchant for adventure can take a walk along the lakeshore. Toya will take Bungkah, the Ulun Danu Batur Temple, and hot springs.

Kintamani area consists of three main villages, Penelokan, Batur, and Kintamani. There are some old Balinese villages around Lake Batur, Penelokan is a favorite stop for view in the southern tip of the crater rim. From here they offer extensive views over the volcano of Bali.

7. Goa Gajah


Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave) is an archaeological site of important historical value. It is a unique place to see in Bali, located on the western edge of the town of Bedulu, six kilometers from the center of Ubud.

You do not need more than an hour to descend into the yard and see the carvings rock, the central meditational cave pools, and fountains.

8. Bali Safari and Marine Park


Taman Safari Indonesia established Bali Safari and Marine Park. It covers 40 hectares of land in Gianyar region. It is home to over 60 species, all of which roam freely in large enclosures that mimic their natural habitats.

Enjoy a bus ride to visit safari animals, see fascinating shows of elephants, get cuddly with baby orangutans, and see baby sharks in the aquarium. Families traveling with children can enjoy the theme parks.

9. Ubud Art Market


The Ubud art market is locally known as "Pasar Seni Ubud." It is opposite to the Royal Palace Puri Saren Ubud. You can find silk scarves, shirts, hand-woven bags, baskets or hats there. Besides you can spot statues, comets, and many other handicrafts.

Most of the goods found on the market are made in the neighboring towns of Pengosekan, Tegallalang, Peliatan, and Payangan. The location of Ubud art market makes it a central point to see in Bali. It is among the villages of art and opposite the royal palace making it a place strategic purchasing crafts and souvenirs Balinese.

10. Jatiluwih Rice Terraces


These terraces cover the region of the homonymous village in the west of Bali. These landscapes are dramatic and truly exotic and one of the must-see natural places to see in Bali. The breathtaking scenery of this village at the foot of Mount Batukaru offers excellent photographic opportunities. And also it serves as a relaxing retreat away from the busiest parts of the island.

The terraces comprise more than 600 hectares of rice fields that follow the topography of the slope of the mountain range of Batukaru.

Bali is an Indonesian island known for its forested volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies, beaches and coral reefs. The island is home...

PM Modi launches Saubhagya scheme for Household Electrification | AIB


Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday launched the Sahaj Bijli Har Ghar Yojana ‘Saubhagya’, the scheme for secure electricity to every home. Addressing at the launch of the scheme, Modi promised to complete electrification in the country, saying an amount of Rs 16,000 crore has been allotted to bring about a significant change in the lives of the poor. 

The connections will be delivered at the doors of the rural poor for which they would not have to go after the government officials, every house, whether in the village, town or a remote area, will get power. No poor man will have to pay anything for it. Officials will approach villages and offer services,” the prime minister said at the launch organized at the new office of ONGC, named after RSS ideologue Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya. Modi stated that out of 250 million households in the country, 50 million still have no access to electricity.


The total expense of the Saubhagya Yojana has grasped at Rs 16,320 crore, and it will be funded primarily by the government at the Centre. The Yojana will include access to electricity to all willing households, substitution to kerosene, improvement in educational and health services, improvement in communication and public safety. The scheme will also bring in increased job opportunities and better quality of life, especially for women in daily chores.

Remote villages will be powered by solar panels along with five LED lamps, a DC fan, and a plug point along with servicing and support for five years, the govt said. Under the 'Saubhagya' scheme, electricity connections will be given free to people identified by the Socio-Economic and Caste Census of 2011, while others will get it for Rs 500, payable in 10 installments in the bill, a government statement said. The scheme promises on-the-spot registration of applications, which should include an identity proof.

The scheme supports the government’s mission to take electricity lines to every village in the country, including solar power stations in remote communities. About 90% of the non-electrified households are in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Jharkhand, Rajasthan, Karnataka, J&K and North-Eastern State. 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday launched the Sahaj Bijli Har Ghar Yojana ‘Saubhagya’, the scheme for secure electricity to every ...

5 Keys to Overcome an Emotional Failure | AIB


Who has not suffered an emotional failure? We are not talking only about those times when they have abandoned us or even betrayed us. There are relationships that, for whatever reasons, are doomed from the beginning to not being, not to stay.

Sometimes love is not enough to sustain a relationship, we all know. Is there an efficient formula for overcoming this suffering as soon as possible? The answer is no, each of us must need a particular process through which, going forward day by day to overcome and heal that wound, without a doubt, it will help us in the long run, to be a little more wise, more cautious.


The 5 best strategies that will surely help you overcome a failure:


1. Coping with Grief and Loss!


The grief that must be undergone by anyone who has lost someone. Therefore we must live through the critical phases, that is, there will be the first phase of incomprehension, another of anger, another of reality assumption, where there must be tears and the need for solitude, until we accept the situation, to overcome it.

There are those who decide not to think about it, who refuses even to agree that separation, and also there are those who are limited only to store "rabies." But it is a mistake, everything that hides, in the end, makes us only sick, and if we commit ourselves for storing rage, we will hardly open ourselves to new relationships in a healthy way.

2. Finding another partner soon is a mistake!


Surely you have the loving friend who, seeing you sad or upset by your emotional failure, tells you that "come out with me tonight that I will introduce you to someone." Not yet a week has passed, and we are already encouraged to look for a new partner.

Is this the right thing to do? No. We all need a time of "inner reconstruction," of adaptation. If we start a new relationship immediately, we are more likely to fall into the mistake of comparing, remembering too much, showing fear, mistrust. Give yourself some time!

3. Do not lock yourself at home, look for an occupation!


Once you overcome the rage, tears and interior readjustment, it is appropriate that you focus your life in new areas. If you have work, focus on it and look for moments of leisure. Do sport, write or create something.

The important thing is to realize that life continues and that you can get involved in new occupations with which makes you happy. All activity relieves and allows you to establish distances, discover new things, and, above all, advance.

4. Failure is not a Defeat!


An emotional failure is not a personal defeat. It is a stage of your life from which you have learned, it is part of your vital learning, and as such, you must assume it. You are more than that relationship; you are a person with a right to be happy and to learn from things. Rejection, a deception, loss or disappointment, are aspects to overcome but you should not determine.

You should be a person capable of advancement, who adapts and learns from all adversity with resilience, and who undoubtedly deserves to be happy. Love is something that is always worthwhile, and that enriches us, you have the right to live it again, being a little wiser.

5. You should make yourself happy!


Failures hurt, and leave us marks. Though you must realize that nothing in this life is eternal, life runs, it escapes, flows like a river or water that sneaks between our fingers. Therefore, the most important thing in this life is you and your ability to make yourself happy.

Life is full of windows that close to bring new doors to which you must peer. You are the protagonist of your life, learn to make you happy, the pain of that break today should not be endless, it is only one step in your life that you must overcome, to experience many more things.

Who has not suffered an emotional failure? We are not talking only about those times when they have abandoned us or even betrayed us. Th...

5 Most High-Tech Cities in the World | AIB


The life of the 21st-century advances with giant steps and what it serves today will be obsolete in a few months. Even the way in which the great metropolis of the planet work, with each blink we discover a new world.

To keep abreast of global activity, we invite you to learn more about the five cities that are at the forefront of technology and showcase state-of-the-art infrastructure, have high-speed telecommunications networks and provide a lifestyle that - better - many would like to have in our cities.

1. Tokyo, Japan


With its nearly 15 million inhabitants, this metropolis offers a rainbow of technological advances perfectly mimicked in daily life. Hybrid cars are the daily bread, and its train line is among the fastest in the world. There they use only high-speed internet, and their buildings stand out for being intelligent.

The building of dwelling houses is also proof of the advanced of the city, with anti-quake standards that support on average tremors of 7.5 on the Richter scale.

2. Silicon Valley, California, United States 


Silicon Valley is today the most famous region in the state of California for being a hive of technology developers, that is, the highly named Geeks (people fascinated by science and computer science). Many of the world's most powerful companies are headquartered there: Facebook, Google, Twitter, and Apple, among many others. What today is cooked in Silicon Valley will be what governs our lives in less than a cock crow.

3. Singapore


Asia is fantastic from the standpoint of technological advances, but it is worth noting with the extraordinary modern architecture of Singapore, a city whose culture emphasizes making the most of its tropical climate while providing comfort for its peoples.

Visually emphasize clean lines in their designs, whose purpose is profound: limit toxic emissions and try to curb the destruction of the planet. The general strategy of developers is to curb global warming by taking advantage of solar panels concealed in the walls and windows of their construction.

4. Seoul, South Korea


Seoul is recognized a leading and rising global city, emerging from a commercial boom called the Miracle on the Han River, which changed it into the world's 4th largest metropolitan economy.  A world leading tech hub centered on Gangnam and Digital Media City, the Seoul Capital Area boasts 15 Fortune Global companies such as Samsung, one of the world's largest technology companies, as well as LG and Hyundai-Kia. 

In 2015, it was deemed Asia's most livable city with the second highest quality of life globally by Arcadis. Starcraft (real-time strategy video games) is a legitimate career in South Korea; professional players accumulate hundreds of thousands of dollars in profit in addition to sponsorships.

5. New York, United States


Undoubtedly, New York is one of the most advanced cities in the world, among other things being home to one of the two most powerful financial points: NY stock, which primarily regulates the economic movements of the planet, along with that of Tokyo. There the word technology goes far beyond gadgets and electronic devices, focusing on the well-being of its inhabitants and its millions of annual visitors. The proof? Its system of underground trains is the most efficient until now known by the humanity.

The life of the 21st-century advances with giant steps and what it serves today will be obsolete in a few months. Even the way in which ...

Hunger Game: Learn How To Control Your Appetite | AIB


Eating can satisfy hunger and earn the energy required for the development of our activities during the day; plus it fills the palate, which gives us a feeling of pleasure and well-being. However, conditions resulting from a raging appetite can affect our health. 

Whether you're trying to lose weight, maintain weight loss or just stay healthy, at some point, you're going to get hungry. But frankly eating whenever the urge strikes aren't always the healthiest reply — and that's because hunger isn't as honest as you may think. 

Difference between Hunger and Appetite!


Hunger defined as sense guided by the natural urge to eat. The appetite, however, is a procured condition and is described by the desire to ingest food pleasure. From these basics, the following differences between them arise:

  • Hunger is very annoying for the person, while no appetite.
  • Appetite is just craving for food. Hunger is a physical need.
  • Hunger is felt in the stomach and stems from low levels of blood glucose; while the appetite is given by the stimulation of the senses, such as sight, taste, smell, and touch of food.
  • Appetite manages us to consume more than we need; while hunger has a step of satisfaction.


Tips to learn how to control your appetite more effective:


Never skip breakfast!


Many people try to lose weight through diet improvisation, which usually consists of skipping meals, either breakfast or dinner. That is a fatal error, something completely counterproductive if what you want is to regulate food intake.

It is true that skipping breakfast consume fewer calories. However, this will have adverse effects on the course of the day. You will need to eat more to replenish nutrients not ingested early in the day; therefore, doing so is not a good way to control appetite.

Increase protein intake!


Of all the compounds we eat, proteins are macromolecules more satiating power. Exert a significant role in the development of muscle mass, which makes them very useful for those people who make a lot of physical exercises; as athletes and fitness fans. It also has many other beneficial properties for the body, such as:

  • Accelerate metabolism, which promotes weight loss and rapid digestion.
  • Protein helps control hunger or appetite.
  • Prevents loss of muscle mass.
  • Controls blood sugar.

Eat fruits often!


Fruits allow control appetite through glycogen levels. When glycogen levels are low, then from the liver a signal to the brain on the need for intake is sent, which stimulates appetite.

Maintaining high glycogen stores is important. A healthy way to do this is through the consumption of fruit. So the levels will remain stable and will avoid obtaining appetite.

Include fiber diet!


Consuming foods rich in fiber is much value in the difficult task of controlling hunger. The fiber has a satiating effect on the body; rich compound foods tend to fill quick who consume them, even if it is not very large quantities. Also, it takes longer to digest, which extends the period after satisfaction. 

Drink lot of water!


Sometimes, depending on the pace of our lives, we mistake thirst for hunger. That is why adequate water intake is essential to control appetite. About 3 liters of water per day is advised, and this may seem an excessive amount in glasses of water, but this mass includes the water contained in fruits, and other foods observed.

Some people take very little water; in these cases creating awareness about the need for intake is not only to control hunger but also for healthy hydration of the body.

Physical exercise must!


Overall, about physical exercise, many myths are handled. The truth is that physical activity has a significant impact on the control of hunger.

During the first few weeks of exercise, it is likely to feel an increased appetite. It is natural since the number of daily calories consumed has grown. However, this tends to regulate them in the long term. That is because of physical exercise increases the transit of leptin, which reduces appetite.

Become aware!


No matter how many diets you decide to do, the mental part is the basis to develop healthy eating habits that favor our body. As we saw, they have involved in brain mechanisms, which highlights the hypothalamus.

It is necessary to be aware of our own to control hunger, as most find motivation within us. Among the reasons, most frequent motivation is securing our health.

Eating can satisfy hunger and earn the energy required for the development of our activities during the day; plus it fills the palate, w...

Mumbai Rains: Schools, colleges closed, flights cancelled | AIB


The torrential rain hit Mumbai and its outskirts for the second day, prompting a massive interruption in-flight procedures, delaying suburban train services and forcing a large number of people to stay indoors. However, even though the heavy downpour towards the latter half of September came as a surprise, civic services were not as badly hit as the last time.

Schools and colleges in Mumbai metropolitan region were ordered closed given torrential rains, no deaths or significant damage to property are reported.


Air services at the Mumbai terminal were miscued, with 108 flights canceled and extra 51 redirected to nearby airports till this morning due to massive rain and closing of the main runway after a SpiceJet aircraft skidded, overshot the runway and got stuck in the mud, blocking it, an airport official said.

Data from the India Meteorological Department (IMD) explained that over 24 hours, Mumbai recorded about 304 mm of rain, the 312mm standard set for the whole month of September—which means it rained in one day almost as much as it usually does over a month!

The sudden force of this spell was visible from the evidence that it was the second wettest September day in IMD's over 100-year recorded history. "The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has said that owing to climate change we'll keep seeing such torrential rains over short intervals," said Prof Kapil Gupta of IIT, referring to the extreme nature of the phenomenon.


The ongoing spell of torrential downpour accompanied by gusty winds prompted waterlogging in new areas. Not just the usual low-lying areas of Khar and Kalina, even parts of western outskirts such as Dahisar, Marol, and Bandra that unusually report waterlogging were immersed in knee-deep waters.

Vehicular traffic was moving but at a slower pace, including on the Eastern and Western Express Highway, the two major arterial roads in the metropolis.

The torrential rain hit Mumbai and its outskirts for the second day, prompting a massive interruption in-flight procedures, delaying sub...

Strategies to Anticipate a Cyber ​​Attack in Your Company | AIB


An erroneous perception of the business environment is to believe that the defense against a computer attack has a response only from the technological front and this happens to acquire or contract a service to protect the information. This action may help, but it does not solve the origin of the problem. Under this scenario, what is the best recommendation? According to experts, the strategy to be followed is that company officials begin by raising awareness and educating users and their partners in safer practices.

It is necessary to understand that all members of a company should be aware of the importance of not falling into cyber traps. Also, have a proper behavior regarding the use of the tools provided by the firm. Therefore, a healthy first advice is that the user should be aware of the action that will take and evaluate if it is a safe behavior to be able to control a situation of cybernetic risk. For example, emails that receive invitations to update personal data, and which ultimately end up being a hoax, are an apparent event of theft of information that not only involves the individual but can end up generating a significant loss of information for the company.

The next step is for companies to identify what information is most critical to them, creating a protection strategy from there, knowing that we all have limited resources and that it is necessary to give a correct approach through a series of guidelines.


In addition to specifying the information to be safeguarded, it is necessary for the organization to work closely with specialized partners; it should be noted that a virtual threat scenario can be so complex that a single organization, regardless of size, will not be able to resolve the situation with the resources available. If an attempt is made against the security of the organization, it is important that the official evaluates the organizations in which he is going to support, to ensure that before an incident can have sufficient support to give an adequate response promptly.

Under this scenario, relying on the capabilities of global providers allows us to act quickly against threats that were previously recorded in other regions. That was tangible in the face of the threat presented by Wanna Cry, which started strongly in Europe, but which allowed when operations began in other regions. Not only with ongoing corrective measures but also with guidelines for the safe behavior of the company's workers, and what steps to take in the face of such threats.

Finally, it is critical that the strategy be clear to prevent such security problems. At present, we are witnessing a world where technology is frequently used for the development of business enterprises in all industries. Hiring services without having clear what is to be protected and where the information is no longer an alternative. Instead of emphasizing this type of initiative, the focus should be on defining an integral strategy for the protection of the organization, and that this serves as a guide to generate awareness in the collaborators, in addition to evaluating and selecting the security measures that best apply to the needs of each company.

An erroneous perception of the business environment is to believe that the defense against a computer attack has a response only from th...

Kingsman: The Golden Circle Review | AIB


Following the success of "Kingsman: The Secret Service" (2014), director Matthew Vaughn immediately began writing a sequel. Unlike the first film, which was based on the comics "The Secret Service," this second part is a new and original story. 

In Kingsman: The Secret Service, Harry runs a recruiting program for a group called "Kingsman." The Kingsman is a secret spy service in England that defends the world from various threats. Determined to make it a suitable member of the organization, Harry will take care to train Eggsy not only as a killing machine and mincing but also one of the finest gentlemen Empire of Her Britannic Majesty ever given to the world.

Incidentally, a task which will not be easy for him because a madman and genius billionaire called Valentine (Samuel L. Jackson) intends to unleash its global solution on the planet. Can they turn Harry and his pupil plans evil super-criminal? 

In Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Eggsy is a spy and an agent. But not everything is not okay for Eggsy because now the Kingsman are threatened by an unknown force. When their center of operations is attacked, the Kingsman must ally themselves with extravagant American spies to defeat whoever terrifies the world. In a new event that will test the power of the agents to the limit, these two elite secret establishments unite to defeat a common enemy to save the world, something that has become a practice for Eggsy.



Kingsman is based on a novel, it was slightly different, as the spy and his godsons were uncle and nephew. The first called himself Jack London, and also came from the slums of London. Pitying her little sister and the eldest son of this one, he decides to take the kid from the streets and try to make him a spy, including an accelerated manner, seduction, and martial training course. From there, the story is quite broadly similar to the film, although with some distinct differences. 

Kingsman asks little of you, urging you to sit down and enjoy the ride. You can see right into the gimmick of putting big names on a poster to get you to buy a ticket—indeed, the American characters mostly recede after short appearances. The gadgets are so excessive that no one feels really in danger, eliminating any actual intellectual or emotional backing in the film. But what it does it does well, revolving around a laugh-out-loud performance by Julianne Moore and enough action to keep you interested.

And by some odd circumstance, if you find yourself sad if an important character gets blown to smithereens, I would not worry too much about it. This is Hollywood, and this is Kingsman. I am sure a particle-rejoinder-machine will be invented just in time for the sequel.




Kingsman: The Golden Circle will hit theaters in India on 22nd September. Matthew Vaughn returns as director of this unusual spy story. Beside him, Colin Firth and Taron Egerton will play the leading roles in this sequel. But also have other category names such as Mark Strong, Halle Berry, Julianne Moore, Jeff Bridges and Channing Tatum in the most prominent supporting roles.

Following the success of "Kingsman: The Secret Service" (2014), director Matthew Vaughn immediately began writing a sequel. Un...

Top 10 Best Places to Visit in England | AIB


The England has an important heritage as a result of its long history. The passing of the centuries has left a lot of interesting places to see and some cities that flourished in some cases by culture and in others by industry.

Since many years England has been one of the most visited places in the world, it offers one of the most beautiful landscapes, medieval castles, stately homes, museums and many more attractions, so I bring you the top 10 of the best places to visit.

1. Windsor Castle


The Windsor Castle is the strength of the world's largest inhabited, and the biggest castle in  England. The place is the preferred weekend residence of the royal family week and has served as home to the monarchy since the time of William the Conqueror. Covering an area of 10 hectares, in addition to the royal palace houses a magnificent chapel, houses and workplaces of a vast number of people, and rich collections, furniture, and pieces of art, including paintings by Rembrandt, Rubens, Canaletto, and Gainsborough.

While some tourists come to England specifically to visit its castles, others simply plan to see one or two as part of a larger trip. Among which we recommend you visit Windsor Castle, Knole, Hatfield House, Hever Castle and Gardens, Woburn Abbey, and Thornbury Castle is located.

2. Canterbury Cathedral


The history of the Cathedral of Canterbury is full of intrigue since the murder of Thomas Becket in the twelfth century to the old Romanesque crypt lies under the structure. The cathedral is also one of the oldest buildings in England. The building dates from the year 597, and files held by the Cathedral date back to many centuries ago, detailing the records of births and deaths in the area.

Today, its impressive Gothic structure is the current Cathedral Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury, primate of England and leader of the Church of England.

3. Buckingham Palace


Buckingham Palace is not only the official residence of the Queen; For years, this magnificent and extensive palace has hosted countless heads of state around the world and official statements issued in wartime, while in recent times has even become a major tourist attraction.

Until recently, the Buckingham Palace was not available for public tours, and could only enter the palace at the invitation of the king. However, nowadays Buckingham Palace welcomes tourists for 8 weeks a year in what is known as the Buckingham Palace Tour. The rest of the year, the royal family is usually in residence, and often hold meetings and official holidays.

The Changing of the Guard takes place usually once a day at 11:30 hours, every day of the year. Tourists should note, however, that due to weather and safety precautions, the change of guard sometimes canceled at the last minute. Also, although the change of guard is often viewed as a ceremonial activity guards play an important security role, and this is taken very seriously by officials.

4. Know the City of the Beatles: Liverpool


Founded in 1207, Liverpool is one of the most popular cities in the UK. The inhabitants of this city known as "Scousers," about the local dish called "Scouse," a kind of stew beef or lamb with vegetables that helps overcome the cold nights in the port of Liverpool.

For its part, the city is known as the Capital of Pop, because here were born pop singers and musicians more than any other city in the world. And besides its famous UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004, in Liverpool, the port music is the center of the city.

Above all this population is the birthplace of The Beatles: English rock band most famous for all time. Even if you try to "let it be" or think that there will be no singer who will overcome Lennon, you have to visit The Beatles Story. This attraction will take you through the best memories of the famous band.

5. Stonehenge


A description or a picture of this ancient stone circle cannot be compared with the feeling of seeing it in person. Stonehenge dates back thousands of years in time. It has thought that was the result of the work of the ancient Celtic Druids and highlights both the ingenuity used to move the huge rocks and its relationship with astronomy.

While archaeologists are fascinated and perplexed trying to discover the purpose of Stonehenge, the site is today one of the most popular tourist attractions in the UK and the world. There are tours available every day, but the most surprising to see the imposing stone monument Stonehenge time is at dawn or dusk.

6. The London Eye


Paris has the Eiffel Tower, New York the Empire State and, since 2000, London has the London Eye (London Eye), an extraordinary symbol of an exceptional city.

As the world's largest Ferris wheel, the London Eye offers a fantastic lookout, while it is a spectacular way to see over 50 of the most famous landmarks of London in just 30 minutes.

For a complete tour combines your climb to the London Eye with a cruise of 40 minutes on the Thames. Starting from the dock of London Eye, the boat takes you on tour past the Houses of Parliament to the Tower of London, and back to the London Eye.

7. Tower of London


The Tower of London is one of the most popular and iconic tourist attractions. Founded by William the Conqueror in 1080, since its inception has played important roles as a fortress, palace, and prison.

One of the main reasons for visiting the Tower is to see the Crown Jewels. The collection includes 23,578 pieces, including one of the most famous diamonds in the world. Too many people lost their heads in the tower, and the exhibition "Prisoners" discusses some of the most famous prisoners, from Anna Bolena, Guy Fawkes Edward V and until Sir Thomas More.

But there is much more to see in the Tower, as the Yeomen of the Guard, the Ravens, Henry VIII's armor, various instruments of torture and the famous Traitors' Gate.

8. The walls of York


The city of  York has more kilometers of intact city walls than any other city in England, while some sections of these walls date back to Roman times. The best place to start a tour of the walls is the Museum Gardens, which is one of the most important parts of the Roman defenses: the Multangular Tower. The tower, ten sides nine meters high, originally had three floors inside and a roof on top.

Walking through this huge walls is a risk because it is an ancient monument with worn steps and places where there are no railings.

9. Walk the West End


The West End is an area of ​​central London which houses many major tourist attractions, along with major companies, shopping malls, and theaters.

The use of the term "West End" began in the nineteenth century and was used to describe the fashionable west of Charing Cross. Today, West End is the entertainment center in the UK and the largest shopping district in Europe, home to the best theaters and cinemas in the country, as well as numerous bars, restaurants, hotels, and discos.

10. Roman Baths


The Roman Baths were constructed during the 60s and 70s of the first century BC. This beautiful resort is on the list of the most prominent landmarks in the UK. Once there, what is surprising is how well preserved it is the architectural ensemble while moving get an idea of ​​what it was like being in a Roman thermal bath.

The museum where thousands of Roman discoveries that have been made during several archaeological excavations in the region has exhibited. For lovers of numismatics is a collection of 12,000 Roman coins.

The England has an important heritage as a result of its long history. The passing of the centuries has left a lot of interesting places...