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As a Field Senior Marketing with over 5 years of experience driving market. I am specialized in giving training and development as a human resource officer and have successfully conducted more than seven training programs in a year. My strengths are organizing learning modules, creating instructional activities and presenting concepts, thus I feel that I can work best in this field. My interests are to play cricket, listen to music, interact with new people and make fun with friends.
food art
4 Jun 2009
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Food, drinks, and good times, captured by the imagination and transformed into art.
23 Jul 2008
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Food Art!!!
4 Mar 2018
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9 Feb 2008
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Episode 10 of 21. Our good friend Terry Border shows us some of his amazingly creative work during our stop in Indianapolis, IN. See all the videos at: *******www.speedysroadtrip**** And see Terry's work at: *******bentobjects.blogspot****/
28 Oct 2008
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An eye catching egg plant penguin is Oiy Kanjanaphon’s new veggi artwork. No vegetable or fruit remains one in her hands!
20 Sep 2010
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breakfast food art
19 Jan 2010
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Creating a bowl made of melon fruit.
1 Oct 2007
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Years ago my friend Debora made exquisite hand made chocolate Roses. Though now restricted to a wheelchair with MS her continued passion is obvious. If you love chocolate take the time to look at this. The little ears popping up from below belong to "Smokey", Deboras roomate and best friend.
9 Feb 2009
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2008 performance at Collingwood Arts Center
8 Aug 2008
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In honor of the annual St. James Court Art Show, this episode celebrates Louisville’s rich visual arts scene in downtown’s East Market district by way of the First Friday Gallery Hop. Dining at Melillo’s.
5 Oct 2008
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Q's & A's~4 ten min. video's: 2: was my first meeting with Sri Sri Ravi Shankar from Bangalore India The correct way to say (beloved teacher) Guruji ji and not G but I was new to the Indian language and have since been to Bangalore! I was swept away by the Art Of Living People and Breathing techniques, it really happened when I took a YLTP (youth leadership training program) and we meditated as a group twice a day for more than a month.. Meditation is the key, close your eyes, smile and breath... quiet the mind and do not judge the sounds you hear just allow all to be as it is!! take the art of living coarse : click here and find a coarse near you in the USA: surfing! You are in for the ride of a lifetime... sign up for the coarse, just trust me! :Do it!
23 Oct 2008
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