Short Best Captions For Selfies Instagram/ /Facebook/Whatsapp

I feel good today
I am looking fresher than you
Feeling Fresh
Gonna start a new day
It’s a beautiful day
Cold Days, Warm Hearts
I don’t need makeup to shine bright like a diamond
I actually wore makeup today..here’s d proof
It’s a rare occasion when I put makeup on!
Having some fun with makeup!
Wake up and Make up!
I woke up like this; flawless
Just woke up. Good morning!
Fresh out of the shower, no makeup
I wake up for make up
My life isn’t perfect, but my makeup is
A smile is the best makeup a girl can wear
I love the confidence that makeup gives me
All I need is Coffee and Mascara
Your hair is 90% of your selfie
New haircut plus getting ready for work
May your day be flawless as your makeup
Money can’t buy happiness, but it can buy makeup
Dress like you’re already famous
You are never fully dressed until you wear a smile
Always dress well but keep it simple
Dress how you want to be ADDRESSED
Happily dressed in black
It has been a while since I’ve taken a selfie in black and white
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What Are Some Reasons That China Blocked Facebook, Google?






Full Text: Message of Congratulations from Chinese President Xi Jinping - Xinhua

Xi said, "the development of the Internet has posed new challenges to the  national sovereignty, security and development interests."

Facebook et al. are foreign companies. China prefers local companies over foreign firms and often puts restrictions on foreign firms to protect home-grown talent. For example, there is a limit on the number of Hollywood movies that can be shown per year, so only the biggest names come to China and the domestic movie industry and grows. Same goes for the internet. China wants its domestic firms to develop and not get shouted out by multi-billion dollar Giants.

China like  to controls the message and censor the media, some foreign companies play ball (Yahoo! and Microsoft) while others refuse (Google, Twitter, Wikipedia


1). Google used to comply with Chinese censorship, then suddenly it withdrew and redirected all its search traffic to their Hong Kong site instead of the .cn site.

Another point to make is that Facebook et al. might not care that they are blocked. Google still does business in China. They have offices in Beijing and they sell advertising to Chinese firms. Likewise Facebook's CEO, Mark Zuckerberg is no stranger to China, he has even learned the Chinese language to an acceptably high level. He has discussed/made major deals with Chinese internet firms sector.

There are two ways to enter a foreign market. You can take your own brand into the country and try to eek out a bit of the market share over many years, or you can just buy into one of the existing players in that country and get instant market share. Even when Google was in China, it didn't have the success that has had elsewhere. Yahoo has been in China for a very long time but has always struggled to capture the market even back when Yahoo was bigger than Google (remember then). Facebook also was never really popular in China. Facebook may have more success in the Chinese market by taking a stake in Chinese social media firms in just the same way that Yahoo has a huge stake in Alibaba.


1. Wikipedia? but that isn't blocked is it. Well, it is partly blocked. The Chinese version of Wikipedia is blocked and sensitive pages on the English site are blocked. Before 2008, Wikipedia was completely blocked.

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