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IDI CORPORATION We are a professional producer and exporter of frozen Pangasius products. We have well-trained, skilful and professional staff with vast experience in aquaculture and seafood processing. We provide unrivalled quality assurance, a fresh and delicious taste, and the best in service and competitive prices for our clients. In addition, our factory boasts strictly-applied quality and environmental management programs, including: ISO 9001:2000, HACCP, BRC:2005, FDA, IFS Version 4, HALAL, ISO 22000, ISO 17025, EU CODE DL 479 IDI CORPORATION INTERNATIONAL DEVELOMENT AND INVESTMENT CORPORATION 09 Nguyen Kim, 12 Ward, 05 Distrist, HCMC, Viet Nam Tel: + 84 8 39571243 Fax: + 84 8 39571243 *******www.idiseafood**** Mr. Nguyen Huy Tri - Sale and Marketing Email: nguyenhuytriidiseafood**** Cel: + 84 972984190 YM: huynguyen798 Skype: huytri1003 Alibaba: vn103516014
14 Dec 2009
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Les enfants du dragon - LE FILM DOCUMENTAIRE Depuis son ouverture aux occidentaux en 1986, l’aide internationale afflue de plus en plus au Vietnam. Parmi les nombreuses organisations non gouvernementales, un petit groupe d’intervenants bénévoles attire particulièrement l’attention. À travers la vie quotidienne de Marc de Muynck, personnage clef de ce film, nous allons à la rencontre d’un chef d’entreprise belge, de religieuses bouddhistes et catholiques, d’étudiants et d’adoptants français, d’une artiste Suisse, et d’un universitaire vietnamien qui sont aussi des passionnés, tous engagés corps et âme au pays du dragon. Quel que soit leur terrain d’intervention et leur façon d’agir, tous ces hommes et ces femmes participent à l’amélioration des conditions de vie dans ce pays, grâce aux liens tissés avec les populations locales. Ce film de 54 minutes raconte leur histoire ! Voir aussi : *******lesenfantsdudragon****/ et *******marcopolo1949.skyrock****/
23 Jul 2009
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Kerelen Jefferys creator of the Vietnam Travel eBook, talks about Luang Prabang
29 Jul 2009
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China announcing it will "formally" start construction on a mega hydroelectric power project on the river known in India as the Brahmaputra.
20 Nov 2010
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DANSK: Filmen er fra en rundtur Fra Laos til Shangri-la med Albatros i oktober 2010. Den er optaget med et Sony HDR-HC9, lavet i HD kvalitet og eksporteret i 5 Mbps mp4 i billedstørrelsen 1280x720. Producent: Peer Fischer Holm, der er medlem af Århus Videoklub. ENGLISH: The film is from a tour From Laos to Shangri-la with Albatros in October 2010. It is made in HD quality and exported in 5 Mbps mp4 with picture size 1280 x 720. Camera Sony HDR-HC9. Producer: Peer Fischer Holm who is a member of Aarhus Videoclub
15 Mar 2011
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Hotels Hanoi: Hotel Imperial Hanoi - the best choice for 3 star hotels in Hanoi. located in the hanoi Old Quarter, 2 minute walk to the Hoan Kiem Lake, shopping, eating, drinking areas,....
9 Jun 2011
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Elusive Cambodian group krom have releases Bangkok Tattoo, complete with a video. A haunting homage to lost love, Bangkok Tattoo was recorded at the Cambodian Living Arts studio and written, performed and sung by enigmatic krom front man Christopher Minko. This smoky session was recorded in memory of Minko's wife, Wassana Panmanee-Minko 'Mam' who passed away in late 2010. The video was filmed in Phnom Penh and features a remarkable performance by Cambodia's internationally recognized leading traditional and modern dancer, Belle Chumvan Sodhachivy. The video's superb images perfectly compliment Minko's gravel-laced growl on this krom release. words + music : christopher minko musicians: guitar + vocals - minko; guitar + arrangement- ian white production + video: ian white video featuring: Belle Chumvan Sodhachivy Follow Krom on Facebook: ********www.facebook****/KromSong And KromSong on Twitter: ********twitter****/#!/kromsong Official website: *******www.themekongsessions****/ My Bangkok Tattoo She’s lookin' at you My Bangkok Tattoo I’ll always love you It’s the original sin Gets under your skin The darkness of an ink bled view My Bangkok Tattoo She’s lookin' at you My Bangkok Tattoo Your love got me through Sanskrit verse on every curve On skin, so fine, (once mine) It was you who soothed my sacred nerve My Bangkok Tattoo My words were too few My Bangkok Tattoo (Oh) what did I do? My Bangkok Tattoo I’m alone without you A tear shed true, you never knew My Bangkok Tattoo She’s lookin' at you My Bangkok Tattoo I’ll always love you My Bangkok Tattoo (Oh) Mam I love you My Bangkok Tattoo She’s lookin’ at you
29 Apr 2012
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A new Krom release: "Where are you?" Presenting its first Khmer-language song, Krom introduces vocalist Sophea Chamroeun. The song "Where are you?" tells the story of irretrievable lost love and its sad consequences -- a "noir" song from the forthcoming Krom album "Songs from the Noir". Recorded, filmed and produced at Cambodian Living Arts Studio: Phnom Penh, Cambodia music: christopher minko words and vocals: sophea chamroeun guitar(s): christopher minko video: sarin chhuon + hacky hagemeyer Follow Krom on Facebook: ********www.facebook****/KromSong And KromSong on Twitter: ********twitter****/#!/kromsong Official website: *******www.themekongsessions****/
8 Apr 2012
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Some of the original walnut trees that had been uprooted from the groves that covered the Disneyland site were rescued, then "uprooted" once again in the jungle -- planted upside down so their roots stuck up in the air -- to begin a new life simulating the bizarre and exotic jungle plants everyone expected to see in such a remote and uncharted jungle. From a current Jungle Cruise skipper. There is a "Jungle Cruise Script" the day any one of us actually uses it, is the day The Jungle dies. The only time you might hear us do a "Standard Operating Procedure" (SOP) spiel, is when a supervisor is on our boat!! Boat Names: Amazon Belle, Congo Queen, Ganges Gal, Hondo Hattie, Irrawaddy Woman, Kissimmee Kate, Magdalena Maiden, Mekong Maiden, Nile Princess (out of service), Orinoco Adventuress, Suwannee Lady, Ucayali Una, Yangtze Lotus, Zambezi Miss More Info available at DLDHistory****
20 Mar 2007
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*******www.microcinemadvd**** "Unlike anything the fashion, art, and creative worlds have ever seen, FLY is a unique, multi-sensory journey into the fashion magazine of the future. FLY’S visionary collection of exclusive short fashion films, interviews, documentaries, and music videos are released on a limited edition DVD with a graphic silkscreen cover printed on recycled handmade packaging. FLY’s contributors are some of the best-established and emerging talent from all creative disciplines—film, fashion, photography, design, art, and music. FLY’s current issue, “What A World, What A World” includes 22 short films with renowned artists such as Alex Cayley, Jamie Isaia, Ghukfvin, Catherine Cushman, Gray Scott, Tiziano Magni, Bruce Gilden, Elliot Erwitt, and Susan Meiselas. This issues features section pays homage to the photo agency Magnum’s 60th Anniversary. Fashion in FLY’s films come from Givenchy, Yohji Yamamoto, YSL, Sonya Rykiel, Junya Watanabe, Rick Owens, Shelly Steffee, Ann Demulemeester, Miu Miu, Kiki De Montparnasse, with music from, Van She, Cut Copy, The Presets, New Young Pony Club, Tiger Sushi and Sir Alice amongst others. Featuring Julia Restoin Roitfeld, Missy Rayder, The Ditmar Triplets, JP and Natasa V. FLY is the first product of its kind: a limited edition, forward-thinking moving magazine, providing a new way to experience and showcase fashion, art, and music. FLY features fashion and art-inspired short films, interviews and documentaries, video installation pieces, digital art, animation, and music videos—created by established and emerging photographers, filmmakers, animators, and artists. FLY 02 categories include Editorials, Features, Music Videos, The Loop EDITORIALS Domestic and hidden curiosities Directed by Cyril Guyot Designer Yves Saint Laurent Featuring Natasa V. America’s fascination with the automobile takes an erotic turn as a housewife leaves her domestic bliss behind to explore her hidden curiosities. The Veil Directed by Catherine Cushman Designer Junya Watanabe Featuring J.P A childhood memory that recalls a mysterious woman dressed in black that wanders the street pushing a baby carriage. The Last Shot Directed by Tiziano Magni Designer Kiki de Montparnasse A woman burns every last remnant of a relationship that has died. I Got Devil Directed by Alex Antich Designer Martin Margiella A dark nightclub dreamscape mixes dancing and delirium in flashes of light that show how stories may lie beneath outward appearances. String Directed by Jamie Isaia Designer Sonia Rykiel Featuring Marina Skopkareva In a lush open field, a woman finds a string. She follows it in a search to see where it will lead. Waves Directed by Alex Cayley Designer Yoji Yamamoto Dancers from The Cedar Lake Dance Company float across the screen as if they were under water. Please Excuse Me For Staring Directed by Stephen Blaise Designer Miu, Miu Featuring Julia Restion Roitfeld & Todd Sines In an exercise in futility, a lonely guy try’s speaking with a young woman eating an egg salad sandwich at a table across from him. A Series of Missed Connections Directed by Noah David Smith Designer Shelly Steffee A mans point of view as he falls in love many times throughout the day. 23.98 Directed by Stephen Blaise Designer Rick Owens A study of unique beauty and clothing filmed at 24 frames per second. Vacuus Numb Directed by Gray Scott Designer Ann Demeulemeester An ominous mysterious interaction between a man, a woman and a television set takes place in a fallout shelter. FEATURES Sleepwalking Through the Mekong Directed by filmmaker John Pirozzi Sleepwalking Through the Mekong follows California based band Dengue Fever on their recent journey to Cambodia to perform classic 60s and 70s Cambodian rock-n-roll in the country where it was created, made popular, and very nearly destroyed. FLY presents an edited short of this documentary Bruce Gilden Photographer Bruce Gilden’s childhood in Brooklyn endowed him with a keen eye for observing urban behaviors and customs. The strong dynamic forms and graphic quality of his images and his unconventional confrontational style distinguish Gilden’s original vision. His work has been shown widely in museums and galleries all over the world. Gilden has received numerous grants and awards for his work including three National Endowments for the Arts fellowships (1980, 1984 and 1992), a Villa Medicis Hors les Murs (1995), New York State Foundation for the Arts Grant (1979, 1992 and 2000), the European Award for Photography (1996) and a Japan Foundation Fellowship (1999). In 1998, Gilden became a member of Magnum. Leaves Leaves is an experimental animation dealing with the cycles of life, technology, and human behavior. Screenings have been presented at MoMa Workspheres, Mori Museum and Virgin Cinemas. This is a short excerpt from this innovative piece. Video Jonathan Turner Music Jack Hazard The Funeral A short film by Patrik Andersson, inspired by his mentor, and his childhood memories growing up in Sweden watching Ingmar Bergman films. Shirin Neshat Through film and still photographs Shirin Neshat tells stories of men and women's positions in the Muslim culture. She explores the distinctive opposites of the culture between man & woman, free & oppressed, tradition & renewal. Much of her work deals with taboo sexuality, sensuality, forbidden attractions and repressed contact between the sexes. She demonstrates the way in which gender is the deciding factor in the individual's social status. Her works concerns itself with women's marginalized position in society. She was awarded a Golden Lion at the Biennale in Venice in 1999, received the ICP Infinity Award for Art in 2002, and was named honorary professor at the Berlin Institute of Arts in 2004. Patch Writer/Director Christopher Romero returns to the short form with a poignant examination of the intersecting lives of strangers, each haunted by an unforgettable trauma. Filmed in and around Woodstock, NY by Frankie DeMarco, Patch stars Melissa Leo, Leo Burmester, and Deborah Harry. Original music by Adrian Romero. MUSIC VIDEOS The Presets - “Are You The One’ (Modular People) The Owl - ‘I Love You But I’ve Chosen Darkness’ Wolfmother - ‘Woman’ (Modular/Interscope Records) Emily Haines - ‘Dr Blind’ (Last Gang Records) Clark - “TED’ (Warp Records) I Love UFO - ‘Like In The Movies’ (Record Makers) The Presets - ‘Girl And The Sea’ (Modular People) THE LOOP The Loop showcases music from the record label Modular People, featuring tracks by: That was just a dream by Cut Copy Saturdays by Cut Copy The Twilight by Cut Copy Forgotten Works by Klaxons Street Juice by MSTRKRFT The Bomb by New Young Pony Club Ice Cream by New Young Pony Club Steamworks by The Presets Down Down Down by The Presets I Go Hard I Go Home by The Presets Are You The One by The Presets Girlkillsbear by Softlightes Woman (MSTRKRFT Remix) by Wolfmother "
4 Feb 2010
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Here’s a video from the Cambodia trip with Exotissimo. Going from bike cycling, visiting Angkor Wat to Mekong River, it’s a once in a life time experience. Look at the water current, scary but looks like fun for white water rafting. Come and join the fun.
29 Nov 2009
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garbage dumped into mekong river near Dechen county in yunnna province, china, unfortunately we are not able to live up to the ideas of "the Shangrila
3 Apr 2011
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“A beautiful film,” FILM WEEK. One of the mythic journeys of our time, up the Mekong River though Vietnam and Cambodia to Angkor, the ancient Khmer ruins deep in the Cambodian jungle -- a stunning odyssey up a river far distanced in time from the voyage into the heart of darkness portrayed in Francis Coppola's "Apocalypse Now." Museum of Modern Art's "Documentary Fortnight" film festival 2007. DVD at****. Now streaming at www.snagfilms**** on the XPLR channel.
10 Feb 2009
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“A beautiful film,” FILM WEEK. One of the mythic journeys of our time, up the Mekong River though Vietnam and Cambodia to Angkor, the ancient Khmer ruins deep in the Cambodian jungle -- a stunning odyssey up a river far distanced in time from the voyage into the heart of darkness portrayed in Francis Coppola's "Apocalypse Now." Museum of Modern Art's "Documentary Fortnight" film festival 2007. DVD at****. Now streaming at www.snagfilms**** on the XPLR channel.
18 Feb 2009
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Monster Cat Fish Thailand. Fishers in northern Thailand netted this huge catfish in the Mekong River. Nearly 9 feet (2.7 meters) long, the fish tipped the scales at 646 pounds (293 kilograms).
29 Apr 2009
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Recap of the September SMCRVA event. Host Jolie O'Dell and Jovan Hackley. Panelist: Tommy Donovan (Richmond Comix), Ann Marie Grohs (Morton's Steak House), An Bui (Mekong' of Richmond), and Matt Lake (Wine & Beer Westlake). Distributed by Tubemogul.
10 Sep 2009
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