China is a fascinating country, with centuries of rich history and culture. But it can be quite the culture shock on your first trip! Sometime during your visit, you’ll have to deal with smog, chopsticks, and government bureaucracy. Just stay informed and be prepared, and you’ll have a stress-free vacation.
Imperial Airways Limited was formed by the British government on 31 March 1924, after a government report recommended that Britain's interests in commercial air transport would be best served by merging the larger existing aircraft companies. The four companies concerned were Handley Page Transport, the Instone Airline, Daimler Airway and British Marine Air Navigation, all four of which had struggled to operate at a profit.
Dr. Abdus Salam; scientist of Pakistan. Pakistan's only Nobel Prize winner. He is also the first Muslim scientist and only physicist to be awarded the Nobel Prize. Dr. Salam received the prize in 1979 in Stockholm, Sweden.
Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, is a relatively quiet city consisting of mostly Federal Government offices, Parliament House, the official residences of the Presidenr and Prime Minister along with the Diplomatic Enclave. It has both beautiful architecture and a very green scenery where people from all around the world come to visit. The city is fradually growing into a beautiful metropolis with many restaurants and hotels.
Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy, is an Emmy and Oscar award-winning Pakistani-Canadian journalist and documentary filmmaker. She won an Emmy for her documentary, Pakistan: Children of the Taliban in 2010. She is also the first non-American to win the Livingston Award for Young Journalists. On 26 February 2012 Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy won an Oscar for her documentary film, Saving Face. She has been lauded as Pakistan's first Oscar winner by the press and government. (Wikipedia)