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WoW gold making guide shows you that leveling mining and herbalism are the two easiest ways of earning gold at low levels. Selling ore and herbs on the Auction House is a good way to get a nice amount of gold as you are leveling up. It is even quite useful to farm gold like this on higher levels. It is an advice that you download the Gatherer addon which will track all of your discovered ores and herbs so you don't have to roam around trying to remember where a vein or a herb was on the map. Where to mine WoW gold - Best areas to mine Best areas where you can mine Copper ore are Dun Morogh and Elwynn Forest. For Tin ore you should scour the eastern parts of the Redridge Mountains and Loch Modan. For Iron ore and Gold ore it is recommend to go to Alterac Mountains. Other places like Ashenvale, Desolace, Stranglethorn Vale, Arathi Highliands and Badlands are also nice. For Mithril ore and Truesilver ore you should go to Highperch located in the Thousand Needles. Badlands is also a good location for Mithril ores. The best area there is Lethlor Ravine. Best places for Thorium ore and Dark Iron ore are Searing Gorge and the Burning Steppes.
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*******pinpinfilms****‬ ‪In this video Trailer Tom is the Pinball Wizard Disco style. ‬ ‪This video was originally part of a short film that was shown at a pinball and video game film festival in San Jose California during a tournament that Bowen Kerins puts on every year called "California Extreme". ‬ ‪Trailer Tom hits the streets of Breckenridge Colorado in his pinball wizard costume on his way to a solo pinball disco dance party. ‬ ‪You won't hear the pinball wizard song lyrics here. This is no Elton John Pinball Wizard. This is Pinball Wizard Youtube disco style! ‬ ‪The video highlights some disco dance play on a Pinball machine that came out in the late 1970's called "Strikes and Spares" ‬ ‪Set to the tune of the Bee Gees song staying alive from the Saturday Night Fever John Travolta movie. This song is worth a youtube search and watch. Man its classic.‬ ‪The films that really stood out during the film festival were "King of Kong" a movie about the Donkey Kong video game and "High Score" a movie about Missle Command video game. ‬ ‪ When People think of the phrase Pinball Wizard they think of the popular song called "Pinball Wizard" by a group called "The Who" , But the REAL pinball wizards are people like Rick Stetta, Donavan Stepp, FFej Knar and the rest of the pinball champions that can be seen in the PinPin Pinball Wizard movies. These guys are legitimate Pinball Wizards‬ Connect with PinPin Film Producer Trailer Tom on Facebook: ‪*******www.facebook****/trailertompinpin‬ 


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25 Jan 2011
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Product used in this tutorial: Jane Iredale - Eye Steppes *******www.beautybridge****/jaireyest.html?cmp=vdn Makeup video tutorial from BeautyBridge**** on how to enhance your lighter eye. Beauty Bridge makeup artist, Erica Carr, walks through tips for enhancing your lighter eye color in this fun video. Shop today at *******www.beautybridge****/?cmp=vdn
18 May 2011
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*******SupremeMasterTV**** – Supreme Master Ching Hai's Book Premiere: Love of Centuries, Mongolian Edition - P1/5 April 22, 2011 Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Episode: 1718, Air Date: 29 May 2011. Script *Hallo ,cherished ladies and gentlemen. *Hallo,honored guests and representatives. *The Supreme Master Ching Hai International Association in Mongolia,in association with the Vegan Youth Union,Vegan Children Union,and Loving Hut international vegan restaurant,is presenting Supreme Master Ching Hai's outstanding and extraordinary art creation, 『The Love of Centuries』Mongolian edition,and it's a great honor for us and we thank you for coming. Supreme Master Ching Hai is a world-renowned spiritual teacher,artist,and humanitarian - a great person. In honor of Earth Day - and Mongolian Tree Planting Day also begins - we celebrate the wonderful occasions today. On Earth Day,or world conservation day,many international organizations participate in conservation activities and organize various types of effective public events to save human lives as well as Mother Earth. Even large fashion agencies have refused using animal-fur clothes and,instead,look for alternative materials free from any animal products for their designs. So,I'm happy to announce the commencement of this event of Supreme Master Ching Hai's outstanding and extraordinary art creation, 『The Book Premiere of `The Love of Centuries,' Mongolian Edition』on Earth Day. Let's watch a short video on the current situation of our Mother Earth,as well as global warming. The threat from climate change is serious,it is urgent,and it is growing. The problems are enormous. Every day,about 150species of both flora and fauna become extinct. Rising sea levels threaten every coastline. As a nation made up of over 7000islands,rising seas due to global warming take on whole new meaning. More powerful storms and floods threaten every continent. Disasters like [Typhoon] Morakot are not that unusual now,so we have to be prepared for the worst. More frequent droughts and crop failures… A few years ago in Zimbabwe we would be able to predict when the first rain will fall. But today,rains are not predictable. They fall any time. And when they do,people are swept away. On shrinking islands families are already being forced to flee their homes as climate refugees. Our islands are just 1meter above sea level,and the impacts of the greenhouse emissions are killing our people. We know that short lived carbon forcers like methane contribute significantly to the warming of our planet. And because they are short lived they also give us an opportunity to make rapid progress if we work to limit them. I've been seeing as a state senator the environmental costs of live stock production. It's a source of pollutants and toxic contamination,nitrogen run off,as well as a major contributor to greenhouse gas emissions. It's much easier to think it's all the fault of coal miners or a power station a long way away,we can all focus the blame somewhere else and just say,『Governments got to make the change over there,』rather than think, 『Well,actually,we've got to make some change ourselves.』We've got to reduce the amount of animal products we consume. And we can do it now. We don't have to wait for government to do anything. Regular citizens can do all kinds of things. Just make smart choices about the kinds of products that they buy. Fresh fruits and vegetables,organic food. And we believe that if people are given an abundance of healthy choices,they will make the right choice. Because I know that environmentally it's the right thing to do. I know in terms of health it's the right thing to do. And ethically it's the right thing to do. By making this small change in our family's diets and adding more fresh fruits and vegetables,Barack,the girls,me,we all started to notice over a very short period of time that we felt much better,and we had more energy. And really inducing all the people to go vegetarian. Be Veg,Go Green 2Save the Planet!This is the moment now to limit and reverse the climate change we are inflicting on future generations. Not later,not at another conference,not in a later decade. To save the planet is to save ourselves,to save our lives and that of all other living beings. This is a new,a fresh dynamics which we must seize. I sincerely hope that we can seize this momentum. I think if all the governments of all the countries work together to promote the meatless style of living it will definitely save the planet. Be Veg,Go Green 2Save the Planet! Methane is also a big part of the issue: livestock farming particularly the industrial feedlot operations. When you hear the people say that industrial livestock farming is a big part of global warming,they're absolutely right. * Meat factories,meat consumption,release lots of greenhouse gases. One of the 5biggest sources of greenhouse emissions from man-made activities in the world is the livestock industry. * Eating veggie food is a beneficial action against the development of the livestock industry and the use of meat as food and it's the easiest,least suffering-causing and cheapest way that everybody can do it. *Distinguished guests,thank you very much for your attention. I would like to tell you wonderful news about why we are celebrating 『The Book Premiere of `The Love of Centuries,' Mongolian Edition,』on Earth Day. It is that the income from Supreme Master Ching Hai's outstanding and extraordinary art creations goes to humanitarian and nature conservation activities worldwide. Therefore,this new creation will contribute a huge effect for our world's sustainability,as we celebrate this event on Earth Day,which is why it's a big celebration for us. So I would like to thank you once again for coming to today's event. Humankind should make efforts to save their home,Mother Earth,in any way they can. Now I would like to invite Mrs. Nyamkhuu,manager of doctoral education and training at the Academy of Management,to give a presentation on 『Global Warming and Its Impact on the World and Mongolia,and the Solution.』Hallo,and good evening. I'm happy to share with you my opinion about global warming. We have a precious treasure,the world's natural resources which are limited. So,one of the big challenges for human beings is global warming. How global warming is affecting nature: glaciers are melting,the permafrost is melting,the soil is drying,wetlands are drying,rivers and lakes are shrinking,more earthquakes,as well as extinction of biodiversity,etc.; therefore,one of the factors in this situation is greenhouse gases. Humans' unsustainable activities have caused greenhouse gas emissions. All power stations,generators,and waste-production,generate methane which is released into the atmosphere. If the methane is being released from the permafrost,etc.,and from the ocean,from all the livestock,animal raising - it keeps adding up and it would stay in the atmosphere for a long time. Updated calculations tell us that the livestock industry is responsible for at least 51%of global warming. Methane's biggest source is the livestock industry,which is indeed one of the top causes of global warming. The best solution for this is reducing our meat consumption. Reducing meat intake is the fastest way to reducing greenhouse emissions,and it will stop the improper use of water,as well as stopping pollution,killing (of animals) and other indescribable damages. If you compare it to a vegan diet,a meat diet uses up to 17times as much land, 14times as much water and 10times as much energy. Arctic ice cover is melting and is going to disappear,and due to rising sea levels,many islands are sinking and we are losing flora and fauna. It is predicted that we may experience an ecological crisis in Mongolia if the melting of the Arctic ice worsens. There is a calculation that if the area of ice melts by 50%,the average temperature in Mongolia will increase by 7degrees. According to the United Nations,the deforestation and damage that occurs from such activities as cattle grazing,is threatening the well-being of more than 1.2billion people in over 100countries. We can see how the Mongolian ecosystem has changed due to global warming from the latest study of climate change in Mongolia. For example: Precipitation reduction,temperature increase,change in type of rain,greater number of hot days,increase in the number of fires; and we have contagious diseases of humans and animals,etc. In the last 20years the Mongolian ecosystem has been affected so intensively that vegetation has decreased and many rivers and lakes have dried up. It has been shown in research that Mongolia is more affected than other countries. So we have to ask ourselves seriously: Are we ready to overcome these natural disasters and other challenges?According to a study of the last 40years,the patterns of climate change in Mongolia show that water resources will be reduced,biodiversity will be reduced due to extinction,and we will face a serious ecological situation. 30,398,400livestock are grazing on 97.5%of our land,and 80%of our land is somehow affected by over-grazing. For instance,50%of livestock are goats,and according to a 2008study,the number of goats has reached 18million. This is a not good number for which we can feel happy about. We have to think about it. By 2070,steppes and grassland will have become desertified,and it has been shown that desertification will move northward by 300-400kilometers. Sand movement will be dramatically active in desert and semi-desert regions. According to the study,the total area covered by sand is 3800square kilometers,and it's 8.7%of the total sand,88%of which is in the Gobi area and 12%of which is in the mountainous area. The evaluation of water resources in 2003presented the fact that 683rivers and springs are already dry; 1,484springs and water wells are dry; and 760lakes and wetlands are dry. For example,from 1996until today,large lakes such as Taatsiin Tsagaan,Adagiin Tsagaan,Ulaan Nuu,and Orog Nuur in the Gobi have been dry. Due to the decrease of permafrost,permanent snow and glaciers,springs,rivers and lakes in the Khangai mountain areas don't receive the supply of water and thus have shrunk. As a result of melting permafrost and changes in precipitation,the number of fires has increased,causing the loss of forest and its recovering ability. In the future,provinces like Tuv,Arkhangai,in the northern part of Mongolia will lose half of their forest. Some areas of wetlands are also disappearing. So,to eliminate methane gas we should adopt a plant-based diet,which will also be beneficial to our healthy lifestyle,and is a real way to love Mother Earth and protect her,because she's a really precious treasure for our next generation. Therefore,we are confident that you will also support us and have the same ideal as we do. Many climate experts and environmentalists have already begun advocating this approach to saving the Earth from the worst effects of climate change. So,the first thing we should do is to cool our planet,to be true stewards of the Earth,and to rehabilitate it. Then we will have peace on Earth and live in this world in happiness. Therefore,you should understand at present our global situation is dependent on your choice of food. An area of rainforest the size of a football field is destroyed every second to produce just 250hamburgers. We are losing 55square meters of rainforest whenever we eat one beef hamburger patty. If we change our diet and become vegan we can stop up to 80%of global warming,and we will use 4to 5times less land for vegetable growing. We can conserve 70%clean water,save up to 70%of the Amazon rainforest from clearance for animal grazing,and that would free up to 3to 4million hectares of land annually. We can save one-third of energy which is used for meat production. To save the world,humans should contribute - by changing to a plant-based diet. Then we can reach peace and we will have happiness in our life. So,vegan foods are very light and there's no need for killing,thus vegan foods give you a positive,happy energy and you will be full of energy. Moreover,you will attract happiness and share it with others,and you will have a joyous mind and heart and all other things will also improve. You will be smarter,more creative,more loving and compassionate. Through this action,your life will improve,even more than from other things. We will save the world,our lives,our children and the animals. And nobody will lack of anything - no more hunger,war,killing,disasters,and global warming. Today,everyone has to be aware and wake up. And I ask you to be veg and join in our compassionate action to save the planet. That is why our participation is very important. Thank you for your attention. *Thank you. Thank you very much for giving us a special and wonderful speech,Mrs. Nyamkhuu,manager of doctoral education and training at the Academy of Management. I wish you great success in your work. Now,I would like to invite some members of our distinguished guests to share with us their comments on 『Global Warming and Its Impact on the World and Mongolia,and the Solution.』Thus,I would like to invite Mrs. Davaajav,Professor of Chemistry at the National University of Mongolia to the stage. * Dear honorable ladies and gentlemen,good evening. I'm happy to share with you my feeling after I heard the presentation 『Global Warming and Its Impact on the World and Mongolia,and the Solution.』During the past year in Mongolia,we had questions regarding the impact of climate change in Mongolia: What is the solution and where will human beings go?How to manage food security?These questions were asked to Mongolians as well as internationally,and we had different,interesting facts and news. Among the news,one activity was known to be very effective and fast,which was very interesting,and that is the activity of the Loving Hut vegan restaurant. Today our home,this planet,is losing its ecosystem balance,and it's obvious that climate change is one of our most urgent and serious problems. For this issue,the whole world and humankind are concerned and are dedicating themselves to it,and I'm personally very happy about this. About a year ago,there was a conference, 『Global Warming - SOS International Conference on Urgent Problems of Climate Change.』 I was invited for the first time to participate and it was my first time that I received clear information. For one year vegan food was introduced very intensively; and it is because Mongolians are wise,have compassionate hearts,are re-introducing their traditions,love our co-inhabitants as well as other people,also they work diligently and responsibly in their roles and work. I can give you some examples. For example,during the first conference vegan restaurants and choices of vegan food,as well as vegan people,were few. This was about one year ago. But today,we have over 10Loving Hut restaurants in Ulaanbaatar alone. Other restaurants have added vegetarian dishes to their menu. Delivery services are available to children,organizations,as well as families. We Mongolians have been able to do this in a very short period of time,and this makes me very happy. And,I think I'd like to proudly say that this is the result of the people who are working in Loving Hut,the managers of the restaurants,and the sincerity of other people. Although we have had this success,we should not relax,but we should think further about how we are responsible to the world and what more can we do. We are Mongolian people. We,as Mongolians,we should consider what is our priority in confronting climate change in Mongolia. Every citizen should compare and think about what they eat and think about their children and the future of Mongolia,what they are going to leave for them. It's time to think about this urgent issue,we all know this. This should start from every household,every citizen. I hope we have commenced. Furthermore,according to my observation based on this success,Ulaanbaatar and other urban cities basically know what a veg meal is. They have started to cook and it is becoming a daily routine. In addition,I would like to say a couple of things from my heart. We should intensify the advertisement and the raising of awareness to the remote,rural people who are lacking the information. Secondly,it's necessary to prepare the next generations who will be taking care of our home,so we should develop complex training curriculum on the relationship between humans and nature,and how humans are closely connected with nature,and teach them more about this and provide this knowledge to children when they are in kindergarten,as well as at the university level. Moreover,we need to prepare more trainers for this subject. And every Mongolian person,all Mongolian households,should be aware of their role and protect our home,the world,Mother Earth and give their contribution to save the world by choosing the vegan diet. Thank you for your attention. *Thank you,Mrs. Davaajav,for your wonderful appeal to action. *I felt a lot of love from this book. I truly realized that we should teach youth with love and explain to them,including my children,what we should do in order to love our planet,and what love and compassion is. I wish that Master will put us Mongolians under your protection and blessing,and I wish your love may shine again and again.
4 Aug 2011
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*******SupremeMasterTV**** – Supreme Master Ching Hai’s Book Premiere: Love of Centuries, Mongolian Edition – P1/5 April 22, 2011 Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Episode: 1718, Air Date: 29 May 2011. Script *Hallo ,cherished ladies and gentlemen. *Hallo,honored guests and representatives. *The Supreme Master Ching Hai International Association in Mongolia,in association with the Vegan Youth Union,Vegan Children Union,and Loving Hut international vegan restaurant,is presenting Supreme Master Ching Hai’s outstanding and extraordinary art creation, 『The Love of Centuries』Mongolian edition,and it’s a great honor for us and we thank you for coming. Supreme Master Ching Hai is a world-renowned spiritual teacher,artist,and humanitarian – a great person. In honor of Earth Day – and Mongolian Tree Planting Day also begins – we celebrate the wonderful occasions today. On Earth Day,or world conservation day,many international organizations participate in conservation activities and organize various types of effective public events to save human lives as well as Mother Earth. Even large fashion agencies have refused using animal-fur clothes and,instead,look for alternative materials free from any animal products for their designs. So,I’m happy to announce the commencement of this event of Supreme Master Ching Hai’s outstanding and extraordinary art creation, 『The Book Premiere of `The Love of Centuries,’ Mongolian Edition』on Earth Day. Let’s watch a short video on the current situation of our Mother Earth,as well as global warming. The threat from climate change is serious,it is urgent,and it is growing. The problems are enormous. Every day,about 150species of both flora and fauna become extinct. Rising sea levels threaten every coastline. As a nation made up of over 7000islands,rising seas due to global warming take on whole new meaning. More powerful storms and floods threaten every continent. Disasters like [Typhoon] Morakot are not that unusual now,so we have to be prepared for the worst. More frequent droughts and crop failures… A few years ago in Zimbabwe we would be able to predict when the first rain will fall. But today,rains are not predictable. They fall any time. And when they do,people are swept away. On shrinking islands families are already being forced to flee their homes as climate refugees. Our islands are just 1meter above sea level,and the impacts of the greenhouse emissions are killing our people. We know that short lived carbon forcers like methane contribute significantly to the warming of our planet. And because they are short lived they also give us an opportunity to make rapid progress if we work to limit them. I’ve been seeing as a state senator the environmental costs of live stock production. It’s a source of pollutants and toxic contamination,nitrogen run off,as well as a major contributor to greenhouse gas emissions. It’s much easier to think it’s all the fault of coal miners or a power station a long way away,we can all focus the blame somewhere else and just say,『Governments got to make the change over there,』rather than think, 『Well,actually,we’ve got to make some change ourselves.』We’ve got to reduce the amount of animal products we consume. And we can do it now. We don’t have to wait for government to do anything. Regular citizens can do all kinds of things. Just make smart choices about the kinds of products that they buy. Fresh fruits and vegetables,organic food. And we believe that if people are given an abundance of healthy choices,they will make the right choice. Because I know that environmentally it’s the right thing to do. I know in terms of health it’s the right thing to do. And ethically it’s the right thing to do. By making this small change in our family’s diets and adding more fresh fruits and vegetables,Barack,the girls,me,we all started to notice over a very short period of time that we felt much better,and we had more energy. And really inducing all the people to go vegetarian. Be Veg,Go Green 2Save the Planet!This is the moment now to limit and reverse the climate change we are inflicting on future generations. Not later,not at another conference,not in a later decade. To save the planet is to save ourselves,to save our lives and that of all other living beings. This is a new,a fresh dynamics which we must seize. I sincerely hope that we can seize this momentum. I think if all the governments of all the countries work together to promote the meatless style of living it will definitely save the planet. Be Veg,Go Green 2Save the Planet! Methane is also a big part of the issue: livestock farming particularly the industrial feedlot operations. When you hear the people say that industrial livestock farming is a big part of global warming,they’re absolutely right. Meat factories,meat consumption,release lots of greenhouse gases. One of the 5biggest sources of greenhouse emissions from man-made activities in the world is the livestock industry. Eating veggie food is a beneficial action against the development of the livestock industry and the use of meat as food and it’s the easiest,least suffering-causing and cheapest way that everybody can do it. *Distinguished guests,thank you very much for your attention. I would like to tell you wonderful news about why we are celebrating 『The Book Premiere of `The Love of Centuries,’ Mongolian Edition,』on Earth Day. It is that the income from Supreme Master Ching Hai’s outstanding and extraordinary art creations goes to humanitarian and nature conservation activities worldwide. Therefore,this new creation will contribute a huge effect for our world’s sustainability,as we celebrate this event on Earth Day,which is why it’s a big celebration for us. So I would like to thank you once again for coming to today’s event. Humankind should make efforts to save their home,Mother Earth,in any way they can. Now I would like to invite Mrs. Nyamkhuu,manager of doctoral education and training at the Academy of Management,to give a presentation on 『Global Warming and Its Impact on the World and Mongolia,and the Solution.』Hallo,and good evening. I’m happy to share with you my opinion about global warming. We have a precious treasure,the world’s natural resources which are limited. So,one of the big challenges for human beings is global warming. How global warming is affecting nature: glaciers are melting,the permafrost is melting,the soil is drying,wetlands are drying,rivers and lakes are shrinking,more earthquakes,as well as extinction of biodiversity,etc.; therefore,one of the factors in this situation is greenhouse gases. Humans’ unsustainable activities have caused greenhouse gas emissions. All power stations,generators,and waste-production,generate methane which is released into the atmosphere. If the methane is being released from the permafrost,etc.,and from the ocean,from all the livestock,animal raising – it keeps adding up and it would stay in the atmosphere for a long time. Updated calculations tell us that the livestock industry is responsible for at least 51%of global warming. Methane’s biggest source is the livestock industry,which is indeed one of the top causes of global warming. The best solution for this is reducing our meat consumption. Reducing meat intake is the fastest way to reducing greenhouse emissions,and it will stop the improper use of water,as well as stopping pollution,killing (of animals) and other indescribable damages. If you compare it to a vegan diet,a meat diet uses up to 17times as much land, 14times as much water and 10times as much energy. Arctic ice cover is melting and is going to disappear,and due to rising sea levels,many islands are sinking and we are losing flora and fauna. It is predicted that we may experience an ecological crisis in Mongolia if the melting of the Arctic ice worsens. There is a calculation that if the area of ice melts by 50%,the average temperature in Mongolia will increase by 7degrees. According to the United Nations,the deforestation and damage that occurs from such activities as cattle grazing,is threatening the well-being of more than 1.2billion people in over 100countries. We can see how the Mongolian ecosystem has changed due to global warming from the latest study of climate change in Mongolia. For example: Precipitation reduction,temperature increase,change in type of rain,greater number of hot days,increase in the number of fires; and we have contagious diseases of humans and animals,etc. In the last 20years the Mongolian ecosystem has been affected so intensively that vegetation has decreased and many rivers and lakes have dried up. It has been shown in research that Mongolia is more affected than other countries. So we have to ask ourselves seriously: Are we ready to overcome these natural disasters and other challenges?According to a study of the last 40years,the patterns of climate change in Mongolia show that water resources will be reduced,biodiversity will be reduced due to extinction,and we will face a serious ecological situation. 30,398,400livestock are grazing on 97.5%of our land,and 80%of our land is somehow affected by over-grazing. For instance,50%of livestock are goats,and according to a 2008study,the number of goats has reached 18million. This is a not good number for which we can feel happy about. We have to think about it. By 2070,steppes and grassland will have become desertified,and it has been shown that desertification will move northward by 300-400kilometers. Sand movement will be dramatically active in desert and semi-desert regions. According to the study,the total area covered by sand is 3800square kilometers,and it’s 8.7%of the total sand,88%of which is in the Gobi area and 12%of which is in the mountainous area. The evaluation of water resources in 2003presented the fact that 683rivers and springs are already dry; 1,484springs and water wells are dry; and 760lakes and wetlands are dry. For example,from 1996until today,large lakes such as Taatsiin Tsagaan,Adagiin Tsagaan,Ulaan Nuu,and Orog Nuur in the Gobi have been dry. Due to the decrease of permafrost,permanent snow and glaciers,springs,rivers and lakes in the Khangai mountain areas don’t receive the supply of water and thus have shrunk. As a result of melting permafrost and changes in precipitation,the number of fires has increased,causing the loss of forest and its recovering ability. In the future,provinces like Tuv,Arkhangai,in the northern part of Mongolia will lose half of their forest. Some areas of wetlands are also disappearing. So,to eliminate methane gas we should adopt a plant-based diet,which will also be beneficial to our healthy lifestyle,and is a real way to love Mother Earth and protect her,because she’s a really precious treasure for our next generation. Therefore,we are confident that you will also support us and have the same ideal as we do. Many climate experts and environmentalists have already begun advocating this approach to saving the Earth from the worst effects of climate change. So,the first thing we should do is to cool our planet,to be true stewards of the Earth,and to rehabilitate it. Then we will have peace on Earth and live in this world in happiness. Therefore,you should understand at present our global situation is dependent on your choice of food. An area of rainforest the size of a football field is destroyed every second to produce just 250hamburgers. We are losing 55square meters of rainforest whenever we eat one beef hamburger patty. If we change our diet and become vegan we can stop up to 80%of global warming,and we will use 4to 5times less land for vegetable growing. We can conserve 70%clean water,save up to 70%of the Amazon rainforest from clearance for animal grazing,and that would free up to 3to 4million hectares of land annually. We can save one-third of energy which is used for meat production. To save the world,humans should contribute – by changing to a plant-based diet. Then we can reach peace and we will have happiness in our life. So,vegan foods are very light and there’s no need for killing,thus vegan foods give you a positive,happy energy and you will be full of energy. Moreover,you will attract happiness and share it with others,and you will have a joyous mind and heart and all other things will also improve. You will be smarter,more creative,more loving and compassionate. Through this action,your life will improve,even more than from other things. We will save the world,our lives,our children and the animals. And nobody will lack of anything – no more hunger,war,killing,disasters,and global warming. Today,everyone has to be aware and wake up. And I ask you to be veg and join in our compassionate action to save the planet. That is why our participation is very important. Thank you for your attention. *Thank you. Thank you very much for giving us a special and wonderful speech,Mrs. Nyamkhuu,manager of doctoral education and training at the Academy of Management. I wish you great success in your work. Now,I would like to invite some members of our distinguished guests to share with us their comments on 『Global Warming and Its Impact on the World and Mongolia,and the Solution.』Thus,I would like to invite Mrs. Davaajav,Professor of Chemistry at the National University of Mongolia to the stage. Dear honorable ladies and gentlemen,good evening. I’m happy to share with you my feeling after I heard the presentation 『Global Warming and Its Impact on the World and Mongolia,and the Solution.』During the past year in Mongolia,we had questions regarding the impact of climate change in Mongolia: What is the solution and where will human beings go?How to manage food security?These questions were asked to Mongolians as well as internationally,and we had different,interesting facts and news. Among the news,one activity was known to be very effective and fast,which was very interesting,and that is the activity of the Loving Hut vegan restaurant. Today our home,this planet,is losing its ecosystem balance,and it’s obvious that climate change is one of our most urgent and serious problems. For this issue,the whole world and humankind are concerned and are dedicating themselves to it,and I’m personally very happy about this. About a year ago,there was a conference, 『Global Warming – SOS International Conference on Urgent Problems of Climate Change.』 I was invited for the first time to participate and it was my first time that I received clear information. For one year vegan food was introduced very intensively; and it is because Mongolians are wise,have compassionate hearts,are re-introducing their traditions,love our co-inhabitants as well as other people,also they work diligently and responsibly in their roles and work. I can give you some examples. For example,during the first conference vegan restaurants and choices of vegan food,as well as vegan people,were few. This was about one year ago. But today,we have over 10Loving Hut restaurants in Ulaanbaatar alone. Other restaurants have added vegetarian dishes to their menu. Delivery services are available to children,organizations,as well as families. We Mongolians have been able to do this in a very short period of time,and this makes me very happy. And,I think I’d like to proudly say that this is the result of the people who are working in Loving Hut,the managers of the restaurants,and the sincerity of other people. Although we have had this success,we should not relax,but we should think further about how we are responsible to the world and what more can we do. We are Mongolian people. We,as Mongolians,we should consider what is our priority in confronting climate change in Mongolia. Every citizen should compare and think about what they eat and think about their children and the future of Mongolia,what they are going to leave for them. It’s time to think about this urgent issue,we all know this. This should start from every household,every citizen. I hope we have commenced. Furthermore,according to my observation based on this success,Ulaanbaatar and other urban cities basically know what a veg meal is. They have started to cook and it is becoming a daily routine. In addition,I would like to say a couple of things from my heart. We should intensify the advertisement and the raising of awareness to the remote,rural people who are lacking the information. Secondly,it’s necessary to prepare the next generations who will be taking care of our home,so we should develop complex training curriculum on the relationship between humans and nature,and how humans are closely connected with nature,and teach them more about this and provide this knowledge to children when they are in kindergarten,as well as at the university level. Moreover,we need to prepare more trainers for this subject. And every Mongolian person,all Mongolian households,should be aware of their role and protect our home,the world,Mother Earth and give their contribution to save the world by choosing the vegan diet. Thank you for your attention. *Thank you,Mrs. Davaajav,for your wonderful appeal to action. *I felt a lot of love from this book. I truly realized that we should teach youth with love and explain to them,including my children,what we should do in order to love our planet,and what love and compassion is. I wish that Master will put us Mongolians under your protection and blessing,and I wish your love may shine again and again.
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*******SupremeMasterTV**** – Supreme Master Ching Hai's Book Premiere: Love of Centuries,Mongolian Edition - P3/5 April 22, 2011 Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Episode: 1721, Air Date: 1 June 2011. Script *Dear Master ,we have some questions from our noble guests. Yes,please go ahead. *We have the first question from Mr. Bayarsaikhan Garidkhuu,a member of the Mongolian Parliament and Environment,Food and Agricultural Standing Committee. We welcome Mr. Bayarsaikhan to ask his question. Welcome,sir. How are you,sir? *Mr. Bayarsaikhan is saying 『good,』he is very grateful to see you. I am grateful. *Good evening. Happy to see you. I'm happy,too. *We have recently drafted and submitted a law on the prohibition of exploration and utilization of natural resources in the protected areas of water bodies as well as areas with forest. I think this would be a good way to prevent anyone from destroying the environment,and we save our nature. In addition,members are working well on expanding the network of protected areas. Humans are beings of nature. We think we must protect our homeland. I believe the life of Mongolian nationals will become prosperous. We would like to hear your thoughts in this respect. Thank you! Thank you,sir. Thank you,Mr. Bayarsaikhan. Yes,it will definitely help to protect the environment and consequently save the planet if every country does this. If every country does what your country does,what you have proposed,then a lot of environmental impacts will be beneficial to our planet and to the people,to humans,of course. You are right that humans are part of nature,and to protect nature is to protect ourselves. And it's excellent news to hear. It makes me feel so pleased to hear the excellent news that you have just told us about Mongolian Parliament's diligent and noble efforts to conserve the natural environment. I'm sure the Mongolian people are happy about it and the world at large appreciates it. I appreciate it personally,because Mongolia still has beautiful,even though fragile,steppes and meadows,forests and natural deserts. We have to conserve all that. Outside the city,the air is still pure in the 『Land of the Blue Sky,』Mongolia. The wilderness areas should always be protected,because they keep the air pure,keep the air healthy,keep water pure and keep the land protected. But even as we designate land to be protected,it is also important for us to check how we are treating the land that we are living on. So now experts say that human activities often play a larger part in making desertification worse in your country,in Mongolia,such as livestock overgrazing,using water inefficiently and inconsiderately,overcutting the trees which are precious for your land,and mining,etc. The Mongolian National Agency for Meteorology,Hydrology and Environment Monitoring have identified livestock overgrazing as the most prevalent cause of land degradation which worsens desertification in your country. And 70%of Mongolia's land has already been affected by desertification. The UN Environment Program reported that in the past two decades,the barren land without grass tripled to almost 10%of Mongolia's total land area. Surface water decreased by 19%and forests shrank by at least 26%. So,overgrazing is also causing decline in wildlife species and soil erosion,which is very difficult to restore. The expansion of herds has also caused ground water levels to drop across the Gobi Desert. Meanwhile,more than half of the Mongolian people don't have access to clean water. This is partly due to climate change,which is also impacting Mongolia with extreme weather disasters such as droughts,floods and heavy snowfall - heavy snowfalls you have experienced,yes? The number one cause of climate change is livestock breeding; we all know that by now. In particular,the world's ruminant animals,such as cows and sheep,every year produce millions of tons of methane,which as you may know,is a gas that is at least 72times more potent than carbon dioxide over a 20-year period. But with a sharp halt and reduction in the number of livestock animals,this heat-trapping methane will also dissipate from the atmosphere in just about 12years or less. They are responsible for more of the warming than we think. So in our urgent situation of climate change,I think it would be more effective also,apart from the proposal that you made,we should stop the damage-inflicting activities such as livestock breeding,in addition to having the protected areas as you have mentioned. Thank you,sir,for raising this important matter,and I hope you're successful in protecting Mongolia. *Thank you,Master. Thank you. *Our second question,from Mrs. Bilguun Khuukhenbaatar,Expert of the Law Department of Cabinet Secretariat of the Government of Mongolia. Welcome Ms. Bilguun. Welcome. *Hallo,Supreme Master Ching Hai. Hallo,Ms. Bilguun. *Thank you. *It is a great honor that I can hear your beautiful voice. The very essence of this new poetry book is about eternal love and to love all sentient beings and all things. I realized that love can save our planet. But people forget their natural essence,which is love. For example,from your poems, 『Words of a Piglet』and 『Words of a Hen,』I realized that we should have loving quality. Why do people forget to love animals and eat them instead?How should we start to love animals?How can we improve our loving quality?Thank you,Master. Thank you,Ms. Bilguun. It's nice to hear your voice as well. Nice that you are concerned about our co-inhabitants and the love that we so desperately need to expand. I also ask the same question as yours,about how people can forget to love animals and even fellow human beings as well. We even kill our own species,not just animals,in war,in conflicts. It is because we forgot our true nature. Our nature is love and compassion,as the Buddha has taught us. We have been misled life after life by our own ignorance,and the darkness of this realm has imposed pressure upon us that we forget even more. So,never have I blamed humans for forgetting to love themselves,the animals,or forgetting what they really are— that is,love. Humans are love incarnate. But it is time to remember again,or else we face extinction by our own hands. One way to start to love animals is to understand what they experience. Go watch a slaughterhouse,go watch a killing of a goat,a horse or a sheep,or chicken,a pig,or watch it on television or a video,to know the true horror,fear,anguish that is behind the nicely packaged piece of flesh. If a person knows the truth about the hellish terror that these animals feel,it would be hard to swallow that piece of their flesh. You ask,how can we improve our loving quality?I call it LQ. Humans,we have many Q's: IQ,LQ,GQ (God Quality) also. Animals and humans both have this Loving Quality (LQ),and fortunately,humans are more privileged because we can improve our Loving Quality in exercising the love,like a muscle. So without changing our normal schedule at all,we can just flex and develop our love muscles at breakfast,lunch,and dinner; no need exercise. Be veg to show love,as well,to your family,your pets,your friends,and your enemies,and extend this love to all the world's co-inhabitants at large. Even to the trees,the plants,the flowers,the stones,the pebbles. Just being vegan alone,automatically after a few days or a few weeks,you'll feel something change in you. Your own loving nature will flow effortlessly like a spring,spring of love. You will be more able to receive the love and blessing from the sun,the moon,the stars,from all of nature and our co-inhabitants. And the animals will suddenly,truly,look like friends and neighbors - so beautiful,friendly,intelligent and loving. Then it's very easy for you to love them,and extremely difficult to ever dream of harming them again,even indirectly,or consuming their suffering flesh. Thank you for your question,Ms. Bilguun. (*Thank you,Master.) I hope you're satisfied with my answer. *Our next guest,Mrs. Oyunsuvd Purevdorj,Advisor of Democratic Party at the State Great Khural Parliament. She has three questions for you,Master. Welcome,Mrs. Oyunsuvd. *We welcome Mrs. Oyunsuvd to ask her questions. *Hallo,respected Supreme Master Ching Hai. You're beautiful. *On behalf of the Mongolia's population of 2,700,00,I feel very privileged and blessed that I am one of the persons who can contact you right now. Bless you. I am also privileged. *I think humans are from God,and nature and humans are interrelated. Today in the world there are many negatives; many people are suffering. Mongolia,Japan,Germany… How can humankind be united to love our Mother Earth?How can we be in harmony? And a mother doesn't discriminate between her children; for me you are like a mother without any discrimination between this and that country,nor do you distinguish between people in any corner of the world,or Mongolians,etc.,and you are devoting yourself to humankind. Therefore,what should Mongolians do for the people of Mongolia that consists of 6letters (M-O-N-G-O-L) today to live with no suffering,to be happy and good? Madam,thanks for coming. And you are right. I know well that we must join together before it's too late,and that includes the governments and citizens alike. You ask me what we should do first and foremost - it is very simple: a timely vegan diet,because that will bring the benevolent atmosphere to protect our planet. Without being veg first,no other solution is guaranteed to work,really. But by being vegan alone,we are assured of preserving the planet and,of course,human lives thereon. Because raising animals for meat is,as we know already through all the reports and scientific evidence,that it's the number one cause of global warming and a major cause of desertification and deforestation. So,the number one thing to counter this number one cause is to do the opposite,to be vegan. Thank you. Just like the Buddha taught us: compassion. *Thank you,Master. Her next question is: We are witnessing the destruction on the environment and a massive number of people suffering from diseases in every corner of the world. (That's right.) My heart,as well as others',are in pain. What would you like to say foremost to humanity right now,at this moment? Yes,similar things again and again,that we have to be merciful and compassionate in order to beget the same quality. We have to be loving and kind to our own co-inhabitants so that we can attract loving and kind mercy from Heaven. The Buddha has taught always compassion; Jesus taught the same thing. All the masters in the past taught the same things,that we have to return to our kindness and love,which is our own nature. Stop killing,stop oppression of all kinds. We can save ourselves and our loved ones. Stop killing,be loving,be compassionate,be kind. Thank you. *Thank you,Master. The last question: (Yes.) I know well that you do not discriminate,like 『your country』or 『my country.』Just like a mother loves all her children. What does your country look like in your eyes?What should we do so that the 『Mongol』people,with 6letters in its distinction,can live without any pain and disease? Your country is my country. *Thank you,Master. We love you. And I think,for what I have seen,your country is so beautiful,so beautiful. And your people are so kind,so kind. *Thank you for your love and blessing,Master. I really love Mongolia and her people very,very much. *We love you so much,too. The Mongolian culture has deep roots in warm tradition,with close family bonds and hospitality to strangers: shamanism which imbued a reverence for the sun and nature; and Buddhism,which is embraced by many Mongolians as it was for centuries. The nearly 2.7million Mongolian people,like all of the world's people,deserve to be prosperous and free from suffering. According to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization,82%of Mongolia's total land area is permanent pasture for livestock grazing. But the overgrazing of livestock is the single largest threat to biodiversity,and causes erosion and extreme desertification and,therefore,also causing suffering for the people of Mongolia. In the winter of 2009-2010,Mongolia suffered her worst 『zud』in 30years. (*Yes.) A 『zud』is a harsh,snowy winter event after a dry summer. Almost 10million,or one-fifth,of the nation's poor livestock animals froze and starved to death even. Farmers' and herdmen's families,who are almost a third of the population,suffered tremendously as well. Such extreme winter weather had already struck three years in a row starting in 2000for Mongolia. I cannot express enough sorrow and sympathy for people who are involved in these cruel fates of disaster. These people,they are just simple folk,and they think they're doing their jobs,and they're trying their best to do it,but they suffer so much,so much; and also the innocent animals suffer so much. We cannot imagine how much they suffer. Words cannot express it all. Scientists would say that such a pattern of extreme weather indicates climate change effect,but we now know that climate change is affected by things like overgrazing by livestock,whose impact is very severe and can quickly turn a lovely grassland area into a barren piece of soil or desert. The number of livestock on Mongolia's land increased since the 1990s to 43million today,and the number of livestock in Mongolia outnumbers people by 16to one. Can you believe this? As a consequence,problems also have worsened,such as decreased rural water supplies,deforestation,and land degradation due to overgrazing. As you now know,water scarcity is a serious concern in Mongolia,worsened by global warming. Livestock raising only makes this worse,as it consumes huge amounts of water. And,alternative options,such as diverting water to the Gobi Desert from the already scarce Kherlen River basin,appear to be inefficient and might cause even more shortages of water soon. The UN Environment Program just reported in March that more than half of the Mongolian people don't have access to clean water. With increasing water shortage,land deterioration and desertification,worsened by global warming,soon it won't be possible to sustain the livestock way of life anymore,even if we want it. And we haven't discussed the threat of infectious diseases such as foot-and-mouth disease,brucellosis,rabies,and anthrax that have impacted the livestock industry in recent years. The foot-and-mouth disease outbreak was the most harmful livestock disease in 2010,which cost the government 6billion togrog and led to the massacre of almost 26,000animals,innocent animals. So this way of life of animal raising is risky,even fragile,damaging and violent to animals and humans,and costs a lot of expense to the taxpayers. And,spiritually speaking,whether we are Buddhist or Muslim or Christian in Mongolia,we must refrain from killing to avoid the extremely heavy killing karma (retribution),which could lead us to a terrible place where we would never want to be after we die,or before that even. So perhaps it is time to change,to make Mongolia a newer,healthier,exciting,greener,developed,and prosperous country. *Yes,Master. More prosperous. *Thank you. *I'm very happy to participate in this book celebration event. Today our planet is facing different problems from climate change,global warming,and we are in a very difficult situation. We have only one planet,so everyone who is living on this one planet have to love it. The easy way to love this planet is,and the way that everybody can be involved and should do,is eating vegetables,becoming vegan. I'm appealing to the Mongolian government and other international leaders,politicians,for this great challenge,as well as to our citizens to be an example and make your contribution to this challenge,to save the planet. *I'm very grateful to you that I could be able to meet Supreme Master Ching Hai,and it is rare to meet her. I think this book premiere of 『The Love of Centuries』offers people a big step towards being confident within themselves,and giving us another purpose for where we should go.
4 Aug 2011
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Chilka Lake (Chilika Lake) is a brackish water lagoon, spread over the Puri, Khurda and Ganjam districts of Orissa state on the east coast of India, at the mouth of the Daya River, flowing into the Bay of Bengal. It is the largest coastal lagoon in India and the second largest lagoon in the World. It is the largest wintering ground for migratory birds on the Indian sub-continent. The lake is home to a number of threatened species of plants and animals. The lake is an ecosystem with large fishery resources. It sustains more than 150,000 fisher--folk living in 132 villages on the shore and islands. The lagoon hosts over 160 species of birds in the peak migratory season. Birds from as far as the Caspian Sea, Lake Baikal, Aral Sea and other remote parts of Russia, Kirghiz steppes of Mongolia, Central and southeast Asia, Ladakh and Himalayas come here. These birds travel great distances, but it must be stressed, that the migratory birds probably follow much longer routes than the straight lines, possibly up to 12,000 km, to reach Chilika River. According to a survey, 45 percent of the birds are terrestrial in nature, 32 percent are waterfowl, and 23 percent are waders. The Lagoon is also home to 14 types of raptors.Around 135 rare and endangered Irrawaddy Dolphins have also been reported. Plus, the lagoon supports about 37 species of reptiles and amphibians. You can get more details abt Chilika from this -- *******www.facebook****/pages/Chilika-Lake/185119478192293 Edited & Uploaded by Deepak Basti ,Automobile Engineer,Riyadh-KSA . www.deepakbasti.blogspot****
25 Aug 2011
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La vie dans une petite ville s'apparente à un voyage au milieu des steppes : l'impression que quelque chose "de nouveau et de différent" va surgir derrière chaque colline, mais toujours les mêmes routes monotones, effilées, qui disparaissent ou persistent, infailliblement similaires...
2 Nov 2011
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Aus Dschungel und Steppe strömen die Tiere zusammen, um Zeugen eines großen Ereignisses zu werden. Auf dem Königsfelsen erwartet sie Mufasa, der König der Tiere. Stolz präsentiert er seinen Untertanen seinen erstgeborenen Sohn Simba, der eines Tages sein Nachfolger werden soll. Doch nicht alle Tiere in Mufasas Reich teilen seine Begeisterung. Denn sein hinterhältiger Bruder Scar hat es selbst auf den Thron abgesehen und trachtet nun nach Simbas und des Königs Leben. Es gelingt Scar, Mufasa eine tödliche Falle zu stellen und Simba in dem Glauben zu lassen, er selbst habe den Tod seines Vaters verschuldet. Völlig niedergeschlagen flüchtet sich Simba in die Wüste. Hier lernt er Timon und Pumbaa kennen, die ihm mit ihrer lockeren Lebenseinstellung “Hakuna Matata” zur Seite stehen und ihn seine Trauer vergessen lassen. Zu einem starken Löwen herangewachsen erkennt Simba, dass er sich seiner Vergangenheit stellen muss. Er kehrt zurück in den Urwald, um mit Scar um den Titel des Königs der Tiere zu kämpfen...
10 Nov 2011
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*******SupremeMasterTV**** – Mongolian Traditional Clothing: Comfort and Elegance - P1/2 (In Mongolian). Episode: 1789, Air Date: 8 August 2011. Today’s A Journey through Aesthetic Realms will be presented in Mongolian, with subtitles in Arabic, Aulacese (Vietnamese), Aulacese (Vietnamese), Chinese, English, French, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mongolian, Persian, Portuguese, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish. Greetings to all your international viewers and friends on behalf of the people of Mongolia. Mongolians have a long history of traditional clothing. Greetings, gracious viewers, and welcome to A Journey through Aesthetic Realms on Supreme Master Television. The nomadic Mongolian people are known for their forthright personality, skilled horsemanship, and regal traditional clothes. The colorful costumes have been developed over the past 2200 years to suit their unique way of life on the rolling steppes. Whether during winter or summer, whether they are camping by a yurt or dancing at a festival, the Mongolian outfit is always protective, comfortable, and elegant. Today, in the first of a 2-part program, we will have an in-depth look at this precious cultural heritage through our interviews with distinguished Mongolian scientist Professor Dulam Sendenjav and participants of the 2010 Mongolian Deel Festival, which honors the clothing heritage of the nation. In the “Secret History of Mongolia,” there is a quote by Bodanchir the Wise: “Humans have brotherhood as a deel has a collar.” It means that our traditional clothing reflects the king and subordinates and the culture of leadership and being led and united. The traditional outer attire of Mongolians includes a tunic called the deel, the belt, the boots, the hat, the hairdress, as well as accessories. This is our Mongol deel. There are various fashion styles of the Mongol deel. There are deels for kings, aristocrats, and everyday people. The unique thing about the Mongol deel is that it has a collar. Here it is. It has this upper part. Here is the side, down here. And the sleeves are made loose. We made our deel manually using a sewing machine. In the past deels were made by hand. It is trimmed with three lines. Deels for kings and aristocrats were always handmade and had special decorations, cloaks, and hats. Our ancestors used to wear this top. It is open in front. Sleeves are loose. It has such a lower part. Married Mongolian women wear an outer garment over the deel call “uuj.” It conveys high morals and trustfulness. There is a saying that “a woman without an ‘uuj’ is a peaceful woman.” This means that a woman who is not married has no responsibility on her back and has freedom. Once she puts on an “uuj,” it means that her responsibility becomes heavier and greater for the family. If they become a widow, they take off the “uuj.” This is the clothing of a woman, married and living with her husband. The belt represents dignity and protection of fortune for Mongolian men, and must be handled with care. When two men exchange their belts, it symbolizes their promise to support each other through good as well as challenging times. It is said that a man’s destiny is kept in his belt. That is why belts are not to be placed somewhere randomly or down on the ground, and when one is sleeping it is kept tied in a special pattern called a “rabbit ear.” If there is one thing that’s more sacred than the belt, it would be the hat, as it is always placed on top of the belt and other clothes when they are not in use. A Mongol hat has such a shape. To start from the top, a Mongolian hat always has this red ribbon. This ribbon is tied making a special pattern and design called “ulzii.” This flame symbolizes that the Mongol nation is always kept upward like a flame. Hence, Mongolians are called “Red-ribbon Mongolians.” A raised top represents high saintly mountains. Inside it is blue, symbolizing a high mountain becoming a blue ocean. From here, tassels come out with 64 or 32 pieces hanging down. This symbolizes 32 and 64 ethnic groups that spread out from the Mongol nation. The highlights of a Mongolian wife’s costume include the deel, the hat and hairdress, and the ornaments made of silver and jewelry. People can see whether a woman is married or not. The clothing shows. Deels for married women have pleats in the shoulders. Yet, deels for young girls have no such a thing, and this is called “tatakham.” This is all for young girls, front and back. This is a knife. Girls get married and live with their in-laws. When a daughter gets married, parents prepare a full set of clothing for her. This has all necessary utensils. A knife. It is a very useful household tool. Can you take it out and show it to us? This is a knife. This is a lighter. Woman work in kitchen and had to have lighter. This is very old stuff. This is used to make a fire, and when you grind it on top of hay and wood, it makes fire. This is a pincher. If something goes in here, it picks it up. This hat’s round shape has more detailed parts. There are 11 parts to it. It is said that it will represent family. Buryat know their 11 generations background. It is believed that Buryat has 11 fathers. This means that the clan is born from 11 fathers. This hat has a raised top part. On top of one’s head, there are important spots. It is designed not to put pressure on them. Everyone has energy in himself or herself. We are surrounded by a rainbow colored aura. So, when it has such a high top it makes it conducive to receive energy from the sky. These shoes have a special design. This helps a person to walk faster and not to disturb the earth’s soil. How comfortable is it? Very comfortable. For instance, here in the lower part, it is loose, right? This is for a married woman and for a pregnant woman. It makes walking free and easy. The choice of colors of the costumes reflects the surrounding natural environment and belief system of the wearer. This blue color top symbolizing Lake Baikal represents water. There is a small island in the Baikal Lake called Oikhon. This ribbon represents Oikhon Island which reminds of praying to the Oikhon Heaven. This is the meaning. This white color symbolizes and supports the destiny of a human. It symbolizes purity. It means purity and cleanliness. Black and red is the life being lived and there is always a fight between these two. Yet, black and red always go together. This shows the life that people live. Does the white color being on top mean that it always wins over red and black? Yes, yes. Does it mean that a pure and clean heart is the best of the best one can have? (Yes.) During our reporting at the 2010 Mongolian Deel Festival, we were fortunate to meet the grand prize winners. Let’s found out what they are wearing. We are very delighted about winning the first prize. I think this is in appreciation of our traditional costumes and the generous blessings of my fellow Mongolian people. The costume we are wearing belongs to the 13th century and the period of Genghis Khan. This deel was made by Ms. Lhagvaa. She designed the color, button points and collar according to how it would have been suitable to that type of person. This is the most likely version of design in those days. Mongolian costumes are not only worn by us but also by foreigners, and I am very pleased with the fact that they are also appreciated by them. My deel was designed by Ms. Tungalag, an artist who painted the portrait of Genghis Khan, and was made by Mr. Ganaa. This part facing west means to obtain wealth. I am very pleased that I won first place in this festival. Could you explain in detail about your deel? Why does it have such patterns? This deel has a meaning behind it. It has no buttons. In ancient times, deels had no buttons. This is to keep the deel loose so that it is airy and the sunlight can penetrate it to give energy to the body. This is to receive energy from Heaven and from nature. The graceful and practical, traditional Mongolian clothes reflect a life in harmony with nature. Please join us for part 2 tomorrow, where we will find out about ethnic varieties of Mongolian costumes and the influence of the exquisite apparel on other parts of the world. Righteous viewers, thank you for your company on today’s episode of A Journey through Aesthetic Realms on Supreme Master Television. Please stay tuned to Vegetarianism: The Noble Way of Living, after Noteworthy News. May the heavenly sound stream uplift your soul.
12 Nov 2011
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Vincent est instructeur de vol dans la ville mirage de Dubaï. Sa femme, Livia, a disparu sans laisser de traces. Elle est peut-être partie avec un autre homme. Vincent décide d'aller à sa recherche. Sur un parking, il fait une rencontre étrange en la personne de Jackie, jeune et belle femme en larmes. Elle pleure son loup des steppes récemment décédé. Jackie raconte qu'elle doit aller enterrer sa bête dans le nord, pour la paix de son âme. Vincent, plus préoccupé par la disparition de sa femme que par les divagations d'une excentrique, quitte les lieux et cherche sa voiture en vain au milieu d'un nuage de poussière. Jackie lui annonce alors qu'il ne retrouvera jamais son véhicule et l'invite à bord de sa Mercedes recouverte de strass et à l'intérieur cuir rose. Ils entament un périple sur les routes de l'émirat, entre ville et désert, au gré d'étapes où se confondent rêve et réalité.
18 Jan 2012
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Das Leben in einer Kleinstadt gleicht dem Reisen durch eine Steppenlandschaft: Einerseits das Empfinden, etwas Neues und völlig anderes könnte hinter dem nächsten Hügel warten, andererseits aber auch die unendlich langen, monotonen Straßen… Ein Suchtrupp bestehend aus einigen Polizisten, einem Staatsanwalt, einem Arzt, zwei Männern mit Schaufeln und einigen Soldaten sucht in der kargen osttürkischen Steppe die Leiche eines Dorfbewohners. Die Tatverdächtigen können sich jedoch nicht mehr an den genauen Ort erinnern, an dem sie den Toten vergraben haben. Aufgrund ihrer unterschiedlichen Ansichten geraten die beteiligten Personen immer mehr aneinander...
19 Jan 2012
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Once Upon a Time in Anatolia is a beautifully photographed crime drama about police and prosecutors grimly locating a buried body through one long night in the Anatolian steppes. As the corpse is exhumed, many long-buried thoughts and fears are disinterred in the minds of the hard-bitten lawmen.
16 Mar 2012
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Click Here - *******www.youtube****/watch?v=9Hd53Z4bUsI Patch 5.2 The PTR is up and running for World of Warcraft! Zandalari forces have begun scouting the shores of Pandaria, searching for the perfect invasion point. The Zandalari can be found in Krasarang Wilds, Dread Wastes, Townlong Steppes, Jade Forest, and Kun-Lai Summit. Zandalari Scouts can be handled by 1 or 2 players, while elite Zandalari Warbringers will likely require a full party of 5 heroes. Defeat Warbringers to gain special drops, including crafting materials, reputation gains, an achievement, and even the chance to get one of three new rare mounts Reins of The Slate Primordial Direhorn Patch 5.2.0 is an upcoming content patch that will focus on the return of the Thunder King. The first World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria patch of 2013 is currently in development and this is your chance to see some of the things that are in the works. This patch will include a massive new raid dungeon, a multi-faceted new quest hub, Pet Battle improvements, new world bosses, significant class balance changes, brand new pets and mounts, assorted bug fixes, and more. Note: The Patch 5.2 PTR is not yet available, but you can feast your eyes on the latest version of the PTR patch notes below. Please keep in mind that these changes are not final, and a great deal could change before the final patch 5.2 release. Look for the 5.2 PTR to become available in early January! *******www.wowhead****/news=209625/5-2-ptr-now-available-to-play ▶Personal Channel *******www.youtube****/user/FireMageAl ▶FACEBOOK *******www.facebook****/profile.php?id=100003668567560 ▶Thumbnail - *******www.youtube****/user/TankingMage WoW - PTR Patch 5.2 Primordial Direhorn Mount Music: World of Warcraft Soundtrack Tags - "World of Warcraft" "of warcraft" "warcraft world of" "warcraft world" "world warcraft" "warcraft wow" warcraft "wow world of warcraft" "mists of pandaria" "wow mop" "direhorn mount" "patch 5.2" "wow ptr" "direhorn mounts" "patch 5.2 ptr" mists pandaria "mists of pandaria warcraft" "mists of pandaria wow" "wow mists of pandaria" "wow patch 5.2 mounts" "wow patch 5.2 ptr" "patch 5.2 mount" "patch 5.2 mounts" "wow patch 5.2" " "wow patch 5.2 ptr" "patch 5.2 wow" "ptr wow" "world of warcraft wow"
15 Jan 2013
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The Fox is an ordinary predator of forests, steppes, mountains and deserts. Hare – an animal that belongs to the class of mammals, the order Lagomorpha, family Leporidae, genus hares (lat. Lepus). In case of danger, they show aggression and resist the attacker. Since ancient times, the hare is a coveted trophy for hunters because of the delicious meat and warm fur.
5 Jun 2018
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