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Scotiabank Centre to get New Score Clock and Video Equipment

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HALIFAX – Expressing his hopes for watching the Memorial Cup without failure, Jacques Dube, the CAO of Halifax Regional Municipality, announced that Scotiabank Centre will get a new score clock and video production room. Due to the unpredictability about the failure of the Scotiabank Centre score clock, Dube said that it was necessary to replace the score clock.

The four-team, nine-day tournament, Memorial Cup is going to take place in Halifax and that is why the new Score clock worth $1250,602 will be installed for spectators. Matt Whitman, Coun, at Hammonds Plains-St. Margarets expressed his unwillingness on hearing the price of the replacement clock for the first time. Then, John Traves, the municipal lawyer responded that there is no other alternative available than to get a new clock. Also, he said that the clock has already crossed its usable life so it is the right decision to replace it.

Dube hinted at the risks involved in the effectiveness of the aging clock for the Memorial Cup. However, he said that all the necessary extra parts have been collected to ensure the safe going of games. Currently, multi-year, multi-phase recapitalization program is going for the Scotiabank Centre. A number of upgradations such as the installation of a new ice slab, new roof, new basketball floor, new seats, concourse, mezzanine washrooms, and LED lighting have been completed till now.

A high definition video production system will take the place of the current video system which is an outdated standard definition technology. New electrical infrastructure to meet modern broadcast standards will be installed successfully. The replacement tender was released online on Nova Scotia Procurement website on March 21 and Matrix Video Communications Corp. bid had been accepted for it. It will start the work on the replacement clock soon and would complete it by the month of September.

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Do’s and Don’ts in Thailand if you are a tourist

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Tourists always find out as much as they can about a destination before they head out. Thailand is one of the popular destinations that you can pick to travel to and it has a lot to offer to tourists. One of the things that set geographical locations apart is the culture. People have a different way of life and there is a different way of doing things. Also, the rules may differ as set by different governments.

When heading out to Thailand, you should not be too hung on the do’s and don’ts because most discretion especially on a social level can be forgiven. This is because even foreigners have got their ways and customs. However, by knowing the do’s and Don’ts, it is possible to earn respect from the hosts, it is important to respect the royal family as well as the religion, which is Buddhism.

The do’s in Thailand

You need to respect the images of Buddha because they are sacred and any sacrilegious acts can lead to imprisonment even if you are a foreigner.

You should also dress appropriately if you mean to visit a temple. Temples are considered sacred and you have to remove your shoes before entering. The same is true about entering some shops and people’s houses.

Monks ought to be treated respectfully.

It is important to remain calm regardless of the kind of provocation or problem that may present itself.

You should eat with a spoon. A fork can be used to load the spoon with food. You should learn as much as you can about eating etiquette.

It also helps to learn some of the lost basic phrases like saying thank you and hello. It helps you interact with the locals better.

Try to smile as you move along. It helps when you understand the Thai smile as it improves your sociability.

Understand the whole concept of sanuk and try as much as you can to have fun.

Make sure you have a current visa if it is needed. You should find out whether you actually need a visa or not. Also, ensure you arrange for travel insurance and that it is adequate. This has got a lot of importance.

The Don’ts In Thailand

You should never disrespect the royal family. This is a criminal offense and insult to the monarchy.

When there is a monk around do not cross legs regardless of whether you are sitting in a chair or on the floor.

You should avoid touching the women in Thai unless express consent is given. This is regardless of imagery that is portrayed in clubs or bars. Most of the women in Thai happen to be conservative.

Do not show too much affection while in public while it is common for couples to hold hands. Snogging is looked down upon. The western behavior is different from that of Thailand.

Do not touch any person’s head or try ruffling their hair, an apology should be given should this happen.

While there are many things to do and not to do in Thai, you can have some online. There are lots of games you can engage in safely. The Golden Slot casino offers a wide range of games from different game providers to make your experience even better. Also check this website that rates Asian online casinos.

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