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Pamala Anderson wears a tight white cheongsam
24 May 2009
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Nutcracker: The Motion Picture In the Land of the Sugar Plum Fairies, Clara and the Prince are entertained by the Chinese Dancers (Tea).
26 May 2009
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This shows the strength of Gordon by pulling 16 coaches .
12 Mar 2012
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This is a musical number from the second act of Monty Python's "The Meaning of Life". Please keep in mind the Catholic who is singing the lead does not believe in contraception... and neither do his many, many children, who are singing the backup. And yes, that IS a Chinese dragon in the background of the finale. How it got there... don't ask, don't tell.
19 May 2009
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this is my assigment of modeling reel, a chinese dragon, design by me . pls give me some comments...
6 Aug 2008
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The lion dance originated in India or China. The lion is traditionally regarded as a guardian creature. It is featured in Buddhist lore, being the mount of Manjusri. There are different variations of the lion dance in other Asian cultures including mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, Japan, Okinawa, Korea, Vietnam, Malaysia, Sydney, and Singapore, with each region possessing their own styles. Chinese lion dances can be broadly categorized into two styles, Northern (北獅) and Southern (南獅). Northern dance was used as entertainment for the imperial court. The northern lion is usually red, orange, and yellow (sometimes with green fur for the female lion), shaggy in appearance, with a golden head. The northern dance is acrobatic and is mainly performed as entertainment. Sometimes, they perform dangerous stunts. Southern dance is more symbolic. It is usually performed as a ceremony to exorcise evil spirits and to summon luck and fortune. The southern lion exhibits a wide variety of color and has a distinctive head with large eyes, a mirror on the forehead, and a single horn at center of the head. The Lion dance is often confused with the Chinese Dragon Dance, which features a team of around ten or more dancers. The Lion Dance usually consists of two people.
28 Oct 2009
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If you cant see the subtitles, please turn on the captions Playlist: ***********/view_play_list?p=6B1D922F6842C542 Kids From Shaolin (Chinese: 少林小子; pinyin: Shàolín Xiǎozi, aka Shaolin Temple 2: Kids From Shaolin) is a 1984 Hong Kong/Chinese action-comedy kung fu film directed by Chang Hsin-yen. It stars Jet Li, Yu Chenghui, Yu Hai and Ding Lan from the original 1982 Shaolin Temple film, which is also directed by Chang. However, the plot has no bearing with the first movie and hence Kids from Shaolin is a sequel to the original in name only. The film also stars Jet Li's first wife Huang Qiuyan (黃秋燕) as his rival and later love interest. Li first met Huang, also a martial artist, in martial school and they went on to have two daughters. (The couple is now divorced and Li is now married to Nina Li Chi, a former Hong Kong actress.) Plot: A former Shaolin monk, Tian Long ("Heaven Chinese Dragon", played by Yu Hai), and his younger brother, Di Long ("Earth Chinese Dragon", Hu Jianqiang), raise eight orphan boys whom they saved from murdering bandits ravaging their home village. The children refer to Tian Long as their father and Di Long as their uncle and are taught Shaolin kungfu by the two. All have taken the last character name of Long (龙/龍). They settle at the mountainous area at Lijiang where they stay in a hut. The Long boys are playful and often bicker and fight with the daughters of the Feng (凤/鳳, "Phoenix") family who live just across the river and practice the Wudangquan style of martial arts. The mischievous San Long ("Third Dragon", Jet Li), the oldest of the Long children, likes to tease the third sister of the Feng family, San Feng ("Third Phoenix", Huang Qiuyan) who is a tomboy in her late teens and who has a nasty temper. The Feng patriarch Bao Feng (Yu Chenghui) is trying for a boy heir, yet he has only nine daughters. Meanwhile, the Long family are saving up in order to pay the bride price - ten oxen - so that Tian Long can marry the eldest Feng girl. The marriage plans are met with some resistance: the Feng matriarch likes Tian Long, but Bao Feng believes he is out to steal his Wudang martial arts. Nonetheless, he agrees to marry off his eldest daughter if his wife gives birth to a son. Meanwhile, the vicious bandits who orphaned the eight Long boys have been training in secret for ten years to revenge the Shaolin counter-attack which injure them when they looted the village. A cross-eyed member of the bandits poses as a Taoist soothsayer to infiltrate the Fengs to learn their martial arts and abduct their daughters. The Feng matriarch manages to conceive and bear a male son. The bogus priest now dupes Bao Feng into believing the Long family is his nemesis. The Long family, he claims, has been throwing off the yin and yang balance for the Fengs, making it impossible for the wife to bear a male heir. Bao Feng changes his mind and refuses to accept the Long family's bride price. Di Long is in love with Er Feng (Ding Lan), the second daughter, and to fulfil the couple, San Long and San Feng help the two elope. For their disobedience against feudal rules, San Feng and San Long are sentenced to be drowned. But the two manage to escape underwater. San Long hides San Feng in a cave. San Long is struck by San Feng's beauty in female clothes and San Feng is grateful to San Long for rescuing her. The two develop romantic feelings for each other. The bogus priest informs Bao Feng where his daughter is hiding and Bao Feng pursues her, then fights San Feng in the cave, accusing the latter of abducting his daughter and stealing his swordplay style. Tian Long finds the two fighting, breaks them up and allows Bao Feng to bring San Feng home. Meanwhile, the Long boys are maligned by the bogus priest for abducting the Feng newborn. The Long family vow never to step into the Feng residence again. Once their evil plot has become successful, the bandits burn down the Long's hut and show their true colors to Bao Feng. They attempt to kidnap his daughters. The Feng family tries desperately to fight them until the Long family arrives. By combining their martial arts expertise, the two families roundly defeat and kill all remaining bandits. The film ends with a dual marriage: Tian Long marries Da Feng (the eldest daughter) while Di Long marries Er Feng. The families are reconciled. Bao Feng readily admits his folly and San Long and San Feng have also become a couple.
18 Dec 2010
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What's up everyone? Here it is! The video everyone has been waiting for, for !BOOM! featuring the homie Slug of Atmosphere, and produced by Amplive of Zion I. Thanks to everyone who came out to the shoot, Aesop Rock, Mistah FAB, Bored Stiff, The Bayliens, BAS1, DJ Fresh, and my uncle (he's doing the Chinese dragons). Directed by Matt Hobbs for Vital Films We hope you guys like this as much as we do! Download the track for free at *******therealgrouch**** Buy the album on iTunes: ***********/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewAlbum?id=309792197&s=143441
15 Aug 2011
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21 Feb 2012
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chinese dragon was caught sight of by infrared rays
6 Mar 2012
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The clip 20-000-dollars from What's Up, Doc? with Ryan O'Neal, Ryan O'Neal. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. - I guess I owe you $20,000. - Don't be silly. If I paid you off at $10 a week, we'd be even... 38 years and 5 and a half months. - You did that fast. - New math, Mount Holyoke. - Miss Maxwell. - Hello, young man. - Mrs. Van Hoskins. Miss Maxwell, as you may know, there was a $20,000 reward... ...for the return of my jewels. - $20,000! I paid for the damage done to your room, that was $2,800. And then that little car you were in, that was $2,400. Of course, the two other cars, let me see... ...there was $3,400 for the taxi... I guess I'd better have my little list. Yes, of course. $2,600 for the other. Now the pane of glass you broke was $1,600. Damages to a costume store, a restaurant, a delivery cart... ...and, goodness me, a Chinese dragon. $3,850. One canopy, $2,300 and $1,000 in court costs... ...making a grand total of... ...$19,950. Leaving $50 to be split between you two... ...and the cab driver and that dear little old man... ...and, of course, the gentlemen from the government. And there you are, my dear. And God bless you. Michael. That leaves only 38 years, 5 months and 1 week to go. See, sometimes it's kind of fun. - I know, but... - Don't tell me, you need peace and quiet. That's right. - You'll miss me. - I know that, too. Well. Well. - Howard, Howard Bannister! - We have come to see Mr. Simon off.
27 Apr 2013
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Thomas The Tank Engine Train Set with Thomas and Friends Trackmaster Take Along & K'nex Sodor Carnival Funfair. Tomy Plarail Takara accessories also. Percy Spencer Chinese Dragon Skarloey Rusty Emily Duncan Stafford Rosie Sir Handel Duck Toby Luke Billy Oliver all have a great time at the Carnival Funfair. The Ferris Wheel has been made out of K'nex and is powered by a standard K'nex motor. The Rollercoaster Mountains, Swivel Bridge and Boat Ride are all made by Tomy Takara Plarail. Hope you enjoy it At ToyTrains4u we love all sorts of Thomas The Tank Engine Train Sets and Chuggington. Be sure to subscribe to be kept up to date with new releases of Trackmaster, Take N Play, Wooden Thomas, Tomy Takara Plarail Trains. Be first to see our fun, themed Train Track Layouts and new Interactive Videos. Subscribe at ***********/subscription_center?add_user=ianrphillips Check out our Video Of The Day at ************/user/ianrphillips?feature=mhee and if you want to see a quick video summary of what we do go to ******* . We also produce themed playlists so why not check these out at ************/user/ianrphillips/videos?view=1 We also upload photos and news on Facebook so please visit us and like us. We love to see where in the world you are watching from: ******* Thank you for your support! We love to hear from you, so please continue to comment, like, favourite and share our videos with your friends! Sound Effects by *******audiomicro****/sound-effects The sound effect music track has been licensed from www.audiomicro****
12 Jun 2013
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