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Bangkok City Chinatown with lots of good food and nice people!
8 Nov 2007
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6 Nov 2009
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"YourNight" a Fun and Exciting...Social Networking Site that allows you to access other social networks like...Facebook, Twitter, MySpace...etc. *******www.yournight****/?a=fxgfpu_nn... Join Now ALL from this one site. You can also access your Email accounts: yahoo, msn, hotmail, google, etc. You can access Online Banking and much more. And..."YourNight"...Pays You For Referrals!!! Imagine Twitter, Tagg and Facebook, with over 350 Million members, with a Referral Compensation Plan!! --- Can you imagine how many millionaires would have been created!!? It's FREE to JOIN!!
21 Dec 2009
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Saving for Change is a charitable project that Empowers Communities allowing local financing for projects which lead to a better life for indigenous people.
18 Jan 2010
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lok kalyan samiti is grass root level ngo in punjab working among village people for their lively hood, sustainable development, sustainale agriculture. more detail on www.lokkalyansamti.blogspot****
29 Sep 2008
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Episode 6. Next part of interesting interview about Food and medicine. Judy Moss talks with Ric Vatner about the importance of nutrition. Judy Moss is a medical practitioner, a complementary and bio-energetic therapist, running a thriving holistic practice with almost 30 years experience. Read more in ESTV. *******www.estv****.au or www.askjudy****.au
19 Apr 2009
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Episode 7. Judy Moss a medical practitioner, complementary and bio-energetic therapist, running a thriving holistic practice for almost 30 year. Talks with Ric Vatner about healing Chakras. Read more in ESTV *******www.estv****.au
8 May 2009
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Local people of "Gazipur, Bangladesh" uses this technique to build there house.
25 Apr 2007
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More than thirty climate activists and local residents took mass direct action to prevent excavation work on Britain’s biggest ever open-cast coal mine at Ffos-y-fran in South Wales. Climate campaigners from all over Wales joined with local people from Merthyr Tydfil to evade police and security. They’ve pledged to prevent work on the site for as long as they can by climbing onto, and chaining themselves to the 1,300 horsepower yellow diggers. “Gordon Brown’s officials this week jet off to Balifor UN talks on cutting carbon emissions but at home they’re trying to drag us into a new coal age.” “Coal is the filthiest fuel known to man and projects like this mine could destroy all our chances of tackling global warming. The battle over this hilltop in Wales is a fight for the stability of the global climate and it epitomises this government’s hypocrisy on climate change.”
10 Jan 2008
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Chaquan from the "Chinese Wushu" documentary Cha Quan or the Cha style of Chuan is popular in north China. According to the chronicle of the Cha-family Chuan, a Tang Dynasty (618-907) crusade went on an expedition to east China. When the army reached Guanxian County in today's Shandong Province, a young general named Hua Zongqi had to remain behind to recover from a serious wound. When he recovered and re-habilitated, thanks to considerate care by local residents, General Hua Zongqi taught the local people his martial art Jiazi Quan (frame Chuan) in appreciation. Because Hua had good Wushu skills and taught his art very earnestly, a great number of people followed him. Since he could not handle them all alone, Hua invited his senior fellow apprentice Cha Yuanyi from his residence to help him. Cha Yuanyi was proficient at martial arts, especially the body posture Chuan. Cha and Hua stayed together and became esteemed Wushu teachers. Jiazi Quan had fully extended movements and was called Dajia Quan (big frame Chuan). The body posture Chuan is compact and fast and it was called Xiaojia Quan (small frame Chuan). After Cha Yuanyi and Hua Zongqi died, their followers named the two styles of Jiazi Quan after their tutors in their memory. The body posture Chuan passed down by Cha Yuanyi was called the Cha-style Chuan, while the Jiazi Quan taught by Hua Zongqi was named the Hua-style Chuan. Later on, the Cha-style Chuan and the Hua-style Chuan were known as one style. Those who were good at Cha-style Chuan were also good at Hua-style Chuan. Subsequently, this style of fist fight became known as the Cha-Hua Chuan. The Hua-style Chuan has four routines. Three of them are long programs with varied tricks and moves, which are considered the cream ofjiazi Quan. The Cha-style Chuan or body posture Chuan has 10 routines. During the reign of Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty (1736-1795), the Cha-style Chuan divided into three technical schools at Guanxian County and Rencheng County in Shandong Province. The Zhang-style of the Cha-style Chuan, represented by Zhang Qiwei from Village Zhangyin at Guanxian, is fast, agile and compact. The Yang-style of the Cha-style Chuan, represented by Yang Hongxiu from the southern part of the town of Guanxian, is upright, comfortable and graceful. The Li style of the Cha-style Chuan, represented by Li Enju from Jining, is powerful, contin uous and masculine. Wushu masters Wang Ziping, Chang Zhenfang and Zhang Wenguang, well-known in China, were all experts in the Cha-style Chuan and they have contributed to the dissemination and development of this school. The characteristics of the Cha-style Chuan lie in the fact that its movements are graceful, comfortable, clear, continuous and rhythmic. The generation of strengths and forces are abrupt, and the use of energy is economical. This style of Chuan stresses the usage of both hands and feet at the same time in executing the movements. Various tricks and moves are combined and linked to facilitate continuous attacks.
25 Apr 2009
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Marble Rocks at Bhedaghat Soaring in glittering splendour, the Marble Rocks at Bhedaghat rise to a hundred feet on either side of the Narmada. The serene loveliness of the scene is one of cool quiet, the sunlight sparkling on the marble-white pinnacles and casting dappled shadows on the pellucid waters. These white rocks with views of black and dark green volcanic seams are truly majestic, and produce a magical effect on moonlit nights The holy river flows by tranquilly flanked by the towering cliffs which reflect in it like a mirror the changing moods of nature. A little distance away, it becomes turbulent as it plunges in a mighty water fall known as Dhuandhar. In his Highlands of Central India Captain J. Forsyth speaks eloquently about the infinitely varied beauty of the rocks : "the eye never wearies of the . . . effect produced by the broken and reflected sunlight, now glancing from a pinnacle of snow-white marble reared against the deep blue of the sky as from a point of silver, touching here and there with bright lights the prominence of the middle heights and again losing itself in the soft bluish grays of their recesses. . . Here and there the white saccharine limestone is seamed by veins of dark green or black volcanic rock; a contrast which only enhances like a setting of jet, the purity of the surrounding marble." Places to visit Marble Rocks The perpendicular magnesium limestone rocks fringe the crystal clear placid waters of the Narmada providing a fascinating site. Boating facilities are available between November-May. Boating on a moonlit night, when the whole stretch of water is transformed into a sheet of liquid silver is absolutely magical. In the narrow channel of the mighty river, there is a place approached so closely from the opposite banks that the local people have aptly named it the "Monkey's Leap" . Dhuandhar Falls The Narmada, making its way through the Marble Rock,s narrows down and then plunges in a waterfall known as Dhuandhar or the smoke casade. So powerful is the plunge that its roar is heard from a far distance. The falls and the breaking of the volume of water at the crest present an awesome spectacle of Nature's power unleashed. Chausat Yogini Temple Situated atop a hillock and approached by a long flight of steps, the Chusat Yogini Temple commands a singularly beautiful view of the Narmada flowing through the jagged Marble Rocks. Dedicated to goddess Durga, this 10th century temple has exquisitely carved stone figures of deities belonging to the kalchuri period. According to a local legend, this ancient temple is connected to the Gond Queen Durgavati's palace through an underground passage. Soapstone Artefacts The soapstone revealed by the Narmada provides occupation to families of carvers of gods and goddesses, lingas, crosses, madonnas, ashtrays and trinket boxes.
30 Mar 2008
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Thank you everyone.. PLEASE click on this ***********/watch?v=pGc2OBOAkR8&mode=related&search YOu will see that I am looking for love..I am not looking to reality show after another.. they needed local people.. I am still a virgin at 42.. Many say bull, I will take lie decector test to prove it.. I just need help.. I have been snubbed, ignored, laughed at to my face,so I don't even ask out anymore. John
9 May 2008
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