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World record holding trampolinist Jason Burnett shows Angie and Leland how to megabail and live. Starring Jason Burnett, world record holder for highest degree of difficulty on the trampoline, Angela Kailan and Leland Tilden of RISING DESCENT stunt team in Toronto. Thanks Sky Riders!
6 Sep 2007
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Pekinas 2008. Olimpinės ugnies nesejas Jonas Varkulevicius
19 Oct 2007
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Discover how you can start speaking chinese in 58 minutes with no pen or paper - and remember it almost for the rest of your life. Grab more free videos at www.ChinaSpeak****.au/Gift
31 Oct 2007
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"No human rights; no Olympics"
19 Jan 2008
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Ballroom Dancing Competition held OCNHS Olongapo City National High School (Little Theater) last January 25, 2008
28 Jan 2008
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Ballroom Dancing Competition held OCNHS Olongapo City National High School (Little Theater) last January 25, 2008
23 Apr 2009
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wushu praying mantis boxing. enjoy Coaching * Workshop * Show * Training ...for more information about david trk and the berlin wushu team please visit the following sites: www.david-toeroek.de www.berlin-wushu-team**** www.myspace****/davidtoeroek www.myspace****/wushuteamberlin Wang Lang (the style creator) was born in the Tsi Mo district, in Shantung Province. He lived during the Ming Dynasty fall and as he was a patriot (some Masters say he was uncle of the last Ming Emperor), he decided to excel in the martial arts to fight against the Ching Dynasty (Manchurian rulers). He entered to the Shaolin monastery in Sung Shang, but being prosecuted by the Manchurians he travelled all over China, training in places places where he could find Kung Fu Masters. In this way he learned 17 Chinese Boxing styles. After this travel, Wang Lang entered to the Lao Shan monastery. Once there, he was always defeated by the abbot of the temple in spite of his deep knowledge of the fighting arts. One day, while he was meditating in a forest he saw a combat between a praying mantis and a cicada. He was impressed by the aggressive attitude of the mantis and he started studying its movements. After a long learning time he combined the praying mantis hand movements with the monkey steps (to enhance the coordination between hand and feet). With this new style Wang Lang could defeat the monastery abbot. Wang Lang went on modifying his system and when he felt satisfied with his creation he accepted some disciples.
6 Aug 2008
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Rolly Wong, a third-generation collector of Chinese antiquities with an estimated 2,000 rare stone statues, discusses his plans for his collection on Hong Kong's Olympic stage.
5 Feb 2008
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2/20 update: comments have been partially blocked(they will have to be approved by me first or you have to become friend status with my account) because majority of comments are either racial insults or unrelated to the video, and many people requested for this. I won't be able to browese through all the comments by myself and approve them. If you strongly believe you want to discuss something in constructive manner or criticize it w/o using racial insults, PM me, then I will be glad to look for your comment and approve it, so it can be posted. You can also request a friend invitation if you want to actively post comments. BTW I won't be able to approve comments that are written in language other than English. Thank you. Please don't make racist comments -화가 나셔도 인종차별적 발언이나 심한 욕설은 참아주세요...다른 유저가 신고 하면 어차피 댓글은 지워지고 계정정지 당할수도 있고 아이디 누르면 어느나라 유저인지도 나오니 국가 이미지만 손해잖아요^^; Sports teams don't represent the whole population. -중국이 음식문제나 여러가지 안좋은 모습을 보이지만 그것때문에 축구팀의 비매너 플레이 동영상에 중국인 전체를 싸잡아 욕하는 댓글은 외국인들이 보기에 오히려 안좋게 볼수도 있습니다..특히나 F로 시작하는 심한 욕설같은건...자제부탁드립니다. -------------------------------- Women's International soccer game Korea VS China Watch carefully around 1:15 Video originally edited by 싱아흉아 Captioned by saberchan If you have any suggestions or requests regarding this post, please email me at saberchangmail****
20 Feb 2008
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When horses retire from the glamour of racing, many will be retained to become equestrian horses. Visit the training facility at Olympics venue in Beas River in Hong Kong to witness the transformation.
9 Mar 2008
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Rotary International is encouraging everyone to take part in a workout they call Vitarobics on April 30. To mark the 100-day countdown to the Olympics, students are asked to learn the simple dance steps.
17 Mar 2008
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PowerBar today announces the launch of a new national advertising campaign featuring six-time Olympic gold medalist and twenty-time World Champion Michael Phelps. Carrying the tagline Power To Push, the campaign is designed to offer a window into an athlete’s mind as they battle both physical and emotional barriers to reach their goals. Produced by On The Scene Productions
18 Mar 2008
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Beijing Olympics 2008 Scandal
17 Mar 2009
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PowerBar today announces the launch of a new national advertising campaign featuring six-time Olympic gold medalist and twenty-time World Champion Michael Phelps. Carrying the tagline Power To Push, the campaign is designed to offer a window into an athlete’s mind as they battle both physical and emotional barriers to reach their goals. Produced by On The Scene Productions
19 Aug 2008
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One World One Dream
4 Jun 2008
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TO ORDER: www.MyPCTalks**** This amazing video covers the magnificent culture, history and beauty of China. This is your one-stop guide to China - one of the world's oldest civilizations and an extraordinary travel destination. And the videos are indexed so you can plan your tour. SPECTACULAR VIDEOS - You'll visit dramatic sites including the Great Wall of China and the Temple of Heaven. You'll explore China's leading cities with their incredible shopping and nightlife. Beijing is China's capital and site of the 2008 Olympics and here you'll see its most famous sites including the Forbidden City, where the emperor ruled the Middle Kingdom. See Hong Kong from Victoria Peak, the famous Terracotta Warriors near Xi'an and the remarkable city of Shanghai, which has more skyscrapers than New York. See cute Pandas, explore China's vast countryside including beautiful Guilin and take a soul-searching trip to mysterious Tibet. ONE OF THE WORLD'S TOP TOURIST DESTINATIONS -- China has a treasure-chest of stunning historical sites, a rich culture, breathtaking scenery, and it's poised to assume a key role in the 21st century. INCREDIBLE TRAVEL PLANNER - Watch the videos and then plan a spectacular vacation. Even learn to speak some Mandarin. This country is filled with dramatic sites, including the Great Wall of China, which is one of the wonders of the world and at one time it was over 3,500 miles long. And, you'll see the famous terra cotta warriors, which guarded China's emperor for over 2,000 years. But we'll take you far beyond China's past, and look ahead to its amazing future. This country is quickly transforming from an agrarian society into one of the world's leading economic powers. And you'll explore china's rich traditions including dance and acrobatic shows, which feature colorful views of this diverse culture. You will also see wildlife. In fact, you'll get so close to Pandas that you can literally reach out and touch them. And you'll also explore China's vast countryside. So enjoy your tour of this amazing country - a land with a rich culture, breathtaking scenery and a nation, which is poised to assume a key role in the 21st century. Beijing is China's capital and it's also the location of the 2008 Olympics. The Temple of Heaven is one of Beijing's most well known tourist destinations. The Hall of Prayer for Good harvests is where the emperor prayed for a good farming season. This wooden building is over 120 ft high. It's supported by 28 pillars, which represent the constellations, the 4 seasons and 12 months of the year. The Summer Place was the private retreat of emperors and empresses for centuries. It has a large manmade lake, temples and gardens. China exports massive amounts of goods, which are sold in the west. And if you are wondering, yes they do have Wal-marts in China. The outside of the Shanghai Museum is stunning. And inside you'll find some of the great treasures of Chinese history. GIANT PANDAS are mammals which can weigh over 200 lbs and eat almost 50 pounds of bamboo per day. They are white and have black arms, legs, and ears, and black beneath their eyes. In the museum there is an incredible display of chariots and horses. These were made of silver, gold and bronze. XIAN is a treasure trove of key historical sites such as The Big Wild Goose Pagoda. This stored valuable Buddhist writings, which were brought from India by a monk. He also wrote about his journey along the Silk Road, the legendary trading route between China, Europe and the Mideast. Many cities and temples had both drum and bell towers and the drums and bells rang throughout the day. Tea has been an important part of Chinese life since at least the 8th century. There was an elaborate ceremony when it was served. One of the most stunning sites in Tibet is the Potala Palace, which stands majestically on a hillside. This was the former home of the fourteenth Dali Lama. GUILIN has bee called the most beautiful part of china. This is one of the top meccas for tourists. It's an exotic landscape of limestone hills covered in lush vegetation, which rise above a flat plain. Hong Kong is a center of banking and trade. Best time to visit - spring fall - summer can be very hot - winter can be very cold Currency - RMB, Yuan Passport visa Keywords: museum garden Chinese history future pearl jewelry 2006 2007 2008 2009
1 Oct 2008
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