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 Birth Name: Nanao Arai (荒井菜々緒)  Born: October 28, 1988  Birthplace: Saitama, Japan  Height: 172cm.  Blood Type: O
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AirUtopia is honored to bring you the best that Taiwanese Aviation has to offer, from compact and dynamic Songshan Airport, to modern Taoyuan International Airport - birthplace of the mighty 747 Dreamlifter! This rare and exclusive look at the world’s newest mega-cargo carrier highlights one of the most amazing looking aircraft ever to take to the skies! Also, The captivating fleets of the major Taiwanese carriers China Airlines, EVA Air, FAT (Far Eastern Air Transport), Uni Air, Tran Asia Airways, and Mandarin Airlines are joined by a diverse array of airlines around the world!
10 May 2009
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*******suprememastertv****/ - THE WORLD AROUND US Lumbini, Nepal: The Birthplace of Sakyamuni Buddha (In Nepalese). Episode: 1004, Air Date: 14 - Jun - 2009.
23 Jun 2009
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A tour of the Elvis Presley Birthplace in Tupelo, MS, Mississippi. Presley was born in this two room home. Two Tupelo natives conduct a tour of the bedroom and kitchen with great charm. This clip comes from the 1989 documentary Riding with the King, which is primarily about the Elvis fan phenomenon in Tupelo and Memphis, TN during Elvis (death) week in August..The film was directed by Lisa Roach Maddox and Daphne Ireland Lisenby. Other clips are available. If you are interested in owning the entire film, email fifilaroachgmail****. Also, the film will screen in Atlanta on July 25 at Push Push Theater. For more info see the news release. *******s176.photobucket****/albums/w188/fifilaroach/riding%20with%20the%20king/ (more)
13 Jul 2009
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Travel back to where the King was born when you visit Elvis' Birthplace in Tupelo, MS. See the room where he was born and the house that he grew up in, as well as several other sites in Tupelo with Elvis history. Find more information at *******www.vacationsmadeeasy****/MemphisTN/pointsOfInterest/ElvisPresleyBirthplacenearMemphisinTupeloMS.cfm
15 Aug 2009
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British Columbis is recognized as the birthplace of "free-riding" - a discipline of downhilling, jumps and stunts.
21 Oct 2009
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If you are fortunate enough to be travelling in Central Europe in the summertime, (or anytime, for that matter), be sure to include in your plans Salzburg, Austria, birthplace of musical genius Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. You know you are there when everything has the famous classical composer's face all over it. Salzburg makes no bones about its obvious pride for its native son, and statues, monuments, and references to Mozart abound in the city and its vicinities. If you are a music fan in general, Salzburg is the place for you. Each summer the city is home to the Salzburg Festival, a world-renowned attraction for lovers of opera and classical music. Salzburg is also where movie musical favorite THE SOUND OF MUSIC was filmed. One of the more curious--but delicious--aspects of going to Salzburg, and Austria in general, is a phenomenon called Mozartkuegeln, or "Mozart Balls." Wait! It's not what you think. They are scrumptious candies made of chocolate, of that delectable quality that only the Europeans know how to produce. They also contain hazelnut nougat and a delicious caramel-like substance. By the way, hazelnuts are to Europeans what peanuts are to North Americans. Mozart Balls make wonderful gifts to bring back with you for family and friends. They have a beautiful portrait of the composer on the packages, and are available in many sizes. Be sure to get the good kind, though, and not one of the cheaper rip-off versions. They are still affordable, and they are worth it to spend a little bit more. If you are unsure of which kind to get, try asking a local Salzburger. People in the Germanic countries tend to speak English, for the most part, if you don't know any German. One of the best places to see if you are going to Salzburg is Mozartsgeburtshaus, or "House of Mozart's Birth." You can't miss it: it is a large, multi-story house along one of the prettily narrow streets of Salzburg. It is bright gold in color, and has the name written right on it in large, elegantly curved letters. You climb up gorgeous old steps towards the top. Inside you will find actual instruments that the musical prodigy played: his childhood violin, which is locked up in a clear vault for viewing, and his beautiful and famous piano with the black keys. Although it has a sign perched atop it with the unequivocal words in several languages: "Do Not Touch," I must confess that I snuck a touch with the tip of my index finger in a stealthily executed, perfectly timed manner. The stern Austrian woman guarding the room was suspicious, but didn't notice a thing. I was in heaven. I had just touched Mozart's piano! The very same one that he, brilliant being that he was, did touch. I was on cloud nine for a couple of hours after that, until I went to Rome. But that's another story.
1 Nov 2009
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MONKEYEATSMONKEY PRESENTS We Are Hex - Birthplace of the Mystics 7.24.10 Radio Radio Indianapolis
10 Aug 2010
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insidethemagicVisit *******www.InsideTheMagic**** to learn more about The Walt Disney Birthplace Preservation Project! On December 5, 2013, The Walt Disney Birthplace Preservation Project launches to restore the original birthplace home of Walt Disney, brother Roy O. Disney, and sister Ruth Disney to its original state. The home was built by Walt's father Elias Disney, occupied by the family until 1906.
5 Dec 2013
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The Detroit Electronic Music Festival.
16 Jul 2007
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Florida's Diamond Dunhill sends heart-felt thanks to voters from backstge on a recent Boston HomeComing Pride Tour!!
23 Jun 2008
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*******www.1000pictures.tv/ Please visit us here to order your DVDs and books. So what's the answer? India! And it may have come to China during the travels between India and China by China's Greatest Admiral in the 1400s, Zheng He. GHOST FLEET: THE EPIC VOYAGE OF ZHENG HE - THE GREATEST EXPLORER YOU NEVER HEARD OF. A Muslim castrated as a young boy in China, this man would still serve his nation with total loyalty. Zheng He: China's Greatest Admiral who may have discovered America even before Columbus. A man of peace whose fleet had half the world in his grasp and the other half within easy reach. And a leader whose giant Treasure Fleet suddenly vanished because of a colossal mistake. 600 years ago, China emerges from an age of darkness - with the biggest naval fleet ever assembled. It will forge a new path across unknown oceans, led by a towering Admiral -- 100 years before Columbus. And China will stand as the world's undisputed superpower. But in time, this supreme leader would be brought to an end by a catastrophic decision. What happened? Join National Geographic photographer Mike Yamashita as he retraces Admiral Zheng He's epic journeys and discover how China's internal struggles turned this Admiral's forces into a ghost fleet, and setback this great nation for hundreds of years. From the breathtaking opening shots of the African Swahili coast, this film is cinematic celebration of timeless beauty. Medieval Yemeni hilltop towns, ancient martial arts portrayed with balletic artistry, brutal religious piercings and the incomparable majesty of Perahera, all contribute to a pallet of rarely equaled cultural diversity. From the eerie castration of the young hero to his final faltering steps in the Forbidden City as his enemies close in like vultures around carrion, the historical recreations about the life of Zheng He are executed with the grandeur and distance of a renaissance painting. In tracing the voyages of the great fleet and its enigmatic leader, 'Ghost Fleet' brings the past alive through its observant narrator Mike Yamashita, and brings the documentary film into the realm of the epic feature. This 2-hour documentary was shot on 16 mm film. Its initial airing: Dec 2005 on National Geographic Channel Asia. Winner at the Asian TV Awards 2006: Best Cinematography, Best Original Music Score
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*******www.1000pictures.tv/ Please visit us here to order your DVDs and books. So what's the answer? India! And it may have come to China during the travels between India and China by China's Greatest Admiral in the 1400s, Zheng He. GHOST FLEET: THE EPIC VOYAGE OF ZHENG HE - THE GREATEST EXPLORER YOU NEVER HEARD OF. A Muslim castrated as a young boy in China, this man would still serve his nation with total loyalty. Zheng He: China's Greatest Admiral who may have discovered America even before Columbus. A man of peace whose fleet had half the world in his grasp and the other half within easy reach. And a leader whose giant Treasure Fleet suddenly vanished because of a colossal mistake. 600 years ago, China emerges from an age of darkness - with the biggest naval fleet ever assembled. It will forge a new path across unknown oceans, led by a towering Admiral -- 100 years before Columbus. And China will stand as the world's undisputed superpower. But in time, this supreme leader would be brought to an end by a catastrophic decision. What happened? Join National Geographic photographer Mike Yamashita as he retraces Admiral Zheng He's epic journeys and discover how China's internal struggles turned this Admiral's forces into a ghost fleet, and setback this great nation for hundreds of years. From the breathtaking opening shots of the African Swahili coast, this film is cinematic celebration of timeless beauty. Medieval Yemeni hilltop towns, ancient martial arts portrayed with balletic artistry, brutal religious piercings and the incomparable majesty of Perahera, all contribute to a pallet of rarely equaled cultural diversity. From the eerie castration of the young hero to his final faltering steps in the Forbidden City as his enemies close in like vultures around carrion, the historical recreations about the life of Zheng He are executed with the grandeur and distance of a renaissance painting. In tracing the voyages of the great fleet and its enigmatic leader, 'Ghost Fleet' brings the past alive through its observant narrator Mike Yamashita, and brings the documentary film into the realm of the epic feature. This 2-hour documentary was shot on 16 mm film. Its initial airing: Dec 2005 on National Geographic Channel Asia. Winner at the Asian TV Awards 2006: Best Cinematography, Best Original Music Score
11 Mar 2009
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The Washington House was where soda fountain owner Edward C. Berners first topped ice cream with chocolate syrup and created the ever-popular Sundae. Pop culture historian, Chris Epting will share exclusive details about the restorations.
2 Jul 2009
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Bruce explores one of his own favorite pastimes in the country that started it all.
10 Nov 2011
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Come back to the city of New Orleans, to the birthplace of jazz, to the only true american art form.
10 Oct 2006
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