Yes, your English is shocking!
But it's not a problem. Can you confirm:
1) When you drive the car normally, the temperature is okay (78-80C)?
>>If yes, the thermostat, radiator and water pump are okay
2) When you sit in the traffic.. the temperature rises to >100C ?
Does the fan come on? The fan should activate around 90C.
>>It sounds as if the fan is not working for some reason.
3) The heater works okay... the coolant level does not drop and there is no air in the radiator?
>>If yes, then the head gaskets are okay.
Be careful when you open the coolant reservoir when the engine is hot (or even warm). And don't drive the car with the temperature so high.. you will damage the head gasket.
If the problem is the fan isn't working... check the plug on the back of the radiator. Is there a good connection.. (clean and tight)? When the temperature is >90C is there a current at the plug? If you can find a current there.. then the problem is the fan itself.
If there is no current, then the problem could be somewhere else. I think the 145 fan is controlled by the ECU.. but I think that should be okay.. it's more likely to be a fan relay or fuse problem.