• Where Did A Million Chinese Millionaires Come From

    The Ka-Ching Dynasty! - China. From communism to capitalism, a new generation of very young, very rich people have emerged, but where did they come from? For downloads and more infromation visit: http://www.journeyman.tv/63053/short-films/the-kaching-dynasty.html The economic transformation of China has been electrifying. But with Europe teetering and the US plodding, can the biggest tiger of all keep on roaring? China's super-rich certainly think they can. Outside a private Beijing nightclub Porsches, Maseratis and Ferraris compete for space. Inside the club is packed with the children of China's super-rich enjoying a 'palace' themed party. China now has almost a million millionaires, six hundred billionaires, and the numbers keep growing at a staggering rate. As a reporter for the Hur...

    published: 13 Feb 2012
  • NYU Mathematics in Finance video

    published: 07 Feb 2016
  • Chong Qing, China 2002 - Part 41 - City Hall

    This channel is dedicated to the trip to my hometown Chongqing, China in 2002. I had gone back many times before so I was fully aware of the sharp contrast between the country I departed and the country I just landed on. About 18 hours later, all of sudden I was dropped at another planet, a planet earth full of people who all look like me. I talked their languages fluently without the slightest accent. Alas, I was amongst my people. I was a minority no more! It all came back to me effortlessly in an instant. I was immersed with the familiar faces in the familiar environment for rest of the journey. I was me again, not as Ping Sun as named in America but returning to the old Sun Ping-er as called in Chongqing dialect. I was again the middle daughter in the original family that started it a...

    published: 12 Feb 2009
  • China's Pirate Queen: Shi XiangGu | WooKong

    When you think of the most kick ass pirate you might think of a Jack Sparrow, a Long John Silver, a blue, red or even black beard, however none of them even come close to the very real and very awesome Shi Xiang Gu! Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WookongChina Check out my Patreon page too: https://www.patreon.com/wookong Music: Otis Mcdonald Kevin MacLeod Klaus Badelt and Hans Zimmer Clips and images in this video are used for educational and entertainment purposes and are protected under the fair use policy. To learn more, check out some of the sources I used: https://books.google.com.hk/books?id=y_4vCgAAQBAJ&pg=PA317&lpg=PA317&dq=zheng+yi+sao&source=bl&ots=0EZokPOBj8&sig=vaxIvA6x5AWPFpUwrHybGwQX6_E&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiso7DS_OLOAhUS6WMKHUhSBmEQ6AEISTAI#v=onepage...

    published: 28 Aug 2016
  • Chong Qing, China 2002 - Part 28 - Trip to Dazu

    This channel is dedicated to the trip to my hometown Chongqing, China in 2002. I had gone back many times before so I was fully aware of the sharp contrast between the country I departed and the country I just landed on. About 18 hours later, all of sudden I was dropped at another planet, a planet earth full of people who all look like me. I talked their languages fluently without the slightest accent. Alas, I was amongst my people. I was a minority no more! It all came back to me effortlessly in an instant. I was immersed with the familiar faces in the familiar environment for rest of the journey. I was me again, not as Ping Sun as named in America but returning to the old Sun Ping-er as called in Chongqing dialect. I was again the middle daughter in the original family that started it a...

    published: 12 Feb 2009
  • Hundreds of police break up anti-Chen protest

    SHOTLIST 1. Various riot police marching towards anti-president protestors 2. Zoom in to riot police pulling protestors away from the ground 3. Police capturing protestors 4. Police escorting protestors to the bus 5. Riot police holding riot shields up against protestors 6. Pan from protestors lying on the ground to riot police 7. Various of police pulling protesters off ground 8. Police escorting protestors to the bus 9. Close of bus carrying arrested protestors 10. Close of protestor chanting 11. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) Vox pop, arrested protestor: "I was wondering why the corrupted officials can escape from the charge. Have I done anything wrong? Why have I been arrested?" 12. Various of riot police marching 13. Bus carrying protestors leaving STORYLINE Hundred...

    published: 23 Jul 2015
  • Chong Qing Xiao Xue De Jia Apartment, Chongqing, China - New Deals. Just Added. Going Fast.

    http://hotelzbox.com/49396520 Book Online & Save up to 20%. Chong Qing Xiao Xue De Jia Apartment Featuring free WiFi and air conditioning, Chong Qing Xiao Xue De Jia Apartment is located in Chongqing, 2.4 km from Guanyin Bridge Pedestrian Street . Three Gorges Museum is 5 km from the property. Latitude 29.5919170109804, Longitude 106.516501307487, zip 400020, County China, City Chongqing, Address 29F Building 10, No.259,JingLong Road,CaiXinChengShiGuoJi

    published: 26 May 2017
  • Chong Qing, China 2002 - Part 34 - Festival

    This channel is dedicated to the trip to my hometown Chongqing, China in 2002. I had gone back many times before so I was fully aware of the sharp contrast between the country I departed and the country I just landed on. About 18 hours later, all of sudden I was dropped at another planet, a planet earth full of people who all look like me. I talked their languages fluently without the slightest accent. Alas, I was amongst my people. I was a minority no more! It all came back to me effortlessly in an instant. I was immersed with the familiar faces in the familiar environment for rest of the journey. I was me again, not as Ping Sun as named in America but returning to the old Sun Ping-er as called in Chongqing dialect. I was again the middle daughter in the original family that started it a...

    published: 12 Feb 2009
  • All Quiet in Peking 07 (English Subtitle)

    YoYo Televison Series Exclusive, the biggest hit Chinese TV series with English subs channel on Youtube. 【Welcome to Subscribe】 https://goo.gl/NMasRX During the investigation of five-man commission, Ma Hanshan threatens to resign. Fang Buting is also summoned for interrogation.

    published: 03 Mar 2016
  • All Quiet in Peking 17 (English Subtitle)

    YoYo Televison Series Exclusive, the biggest hit Chinese TV series with English subs channel on Youtube. 【Welcome to Subscribe】 https://goo.gl/NMasRX Zeng Keda calls on the Fangs with a present from Chiang Ching-kuo, a set of tea ware.

    published: 03 Mar 2016
  • "?love" Cairnhill Easter Production 2010 - Part 2 ( Melanie )

    "?love" is an Easter production by Cairnhill Methodist Church, Singapore. 2 stories were shot displaying the lives of 2 particular people, Jonathan and Melanie who go through almost what most of us a Christians will go through. Not in literal term as the movies but traits of those. The intention of this film was to show that people like "Jonathan" and "Melanie" are amongst us and for us to help them showing God's love. This film ends with a live performance where "Jonathan" and "Melanie" will enter in to the congregation and will be seated on stage and the dancers, who represent the church, the community will go up on stage and through their body movements interpret Delirious?' Our God Reigns as an act of showing/telling "Jonathan" and "Melanie" who is this God who reigns victoriou...

    published: 08 Apr 2010
  • 2010 Shanghai Expo - China Pavilion - Ching-ming Painting Scroll

    Part of the exhibition of the "Along the River during Ching-ming Festival" painting scroll taken at the Shanghai Expo in July 2010.

    published: 04 Dec 2010
  • 256 YEAR OLD MAN, LI CHING - YUEN

    Breaking News: Did you know that Li Ching - Yuen from China lived 256 years, born in 1677 in the town of Qi Jiang Xian in the Szechuan province, he was a martial artist and a tactical adviser, his diet was to eat rice, herbs, berry, wild ginseng, then he died in 1933. Music, Artwork and Video by Didier Manchione all rights reserved Moonfull Publishing Socan Canada 2013 MUSICNEWS NETWORK.

    published: 28 Feb 2013
  • 10 Feng Shui Tips to Boost Your Luck

    Dragon Water Fountain There are few symbols that surpass the Chinese Dragon in popularity amongst those who use Feng Shui. The Dragon is said to create the precious cosmic Chi which brings good fortunes into our homes and workplaces. Displaying the dragon together with moving water is even more potent. Display such a water feature in the North for limitless success in your career, or in the Southeast for plenty of wealth luck. Crystal Globe for Success The crystal globe is one of the most powerful energizers for success in fields related to education, literature, publishing, media and communications. If you work in one of these fields, displaying a crystal globe on your desktop where you work will bring you not just success, it will bring you wealth and recognition as well. Keeping F...

    published: 08 Feb 2016
  • Devoted teacher overcomes physical disability to open free after-school program in remote village

    Children in urban areas frequently attend after-school activities or cram schools when school finishes for the day. Children in rural areas don’t often have this luxury, and some may not even have anyone to care from them when they return home. In Hualien’s Sioulin Village, a teacher by the name of Hsu Mei-ling lives on a disability check of just NT$3,500 per month. Despite her paltry income, she was able to start a free after-school program which she calls the Little Sun School. Over the past five years, she has taught some 400 different children from this village. Sweating under the hot sun, Hsu Mei-ling is quite busy as she heads off to class.This is Sioulin Village’s Little Sun School, which Hsu founded. She prepares for the start of class every weekday at 1 pm.Hsu Mei-ling TeacherI te...

    published: 02 Nov 2015
  • The History of Hong Kong

    Its name means "fragrant harbor" in Chinese, but it could also mean city of change. This is the story of Hong Kong. Subscribe to TDC: https://www.youtube.com/TheDailyConversation/ FB for daily news: http://www.facebook.com/thedailyconversation http://www.twitter.com/thedailyconvo Video by Bryce Plank and Robin West

    published: 14 Jun 2017
Where Did A Million Chinese Millionaires Come From

Where Did A Million Chinese Millionaires Come From

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The Ka-Ching Dynasty! - China. From communism to capitalism, a new generation of very young, very rich people have emerged, but where did they come from? For downloads and more infromation visit: http://www.journeyman.tv/63053/short-films/the-kaching-dynasty.html The economic transformation of China has been electrifying. But with Europe teetering and the US plodding, can the biggest tiger of all keep on roaring? China's super-rich certainly think they can. Outside a private Beijing nightclub Porsches, Maseratis and Ferraris compete for space. Inside the club is packed with the children of China's super-rich enjoying a 'palace' themed party. China now has almost a million millionaires, six hundred billionaires, and the numbers keep growing at a staggering rate. As a reporter for the Hurun Report rich-list points out, they are a force to be reckoned with: "certainly we need to be aware of and understand this group." Even more striking is the bravado of China's super-rich, who feel that they can keep going from strength to strength. "I met an entrepreneur last week who said that if all goes to plan, in ten years time his business will be ten times the size it is now". The focus is certainly on quick growth. Current projections say that in ten years time half the world's billionaires will come from China. While there are warnings signs that the economic woes of Europe and the US will hit China, China's super-rich don't seem concerned. For some the hope is that the Chinese market will pick up the slack. For others, who have only known the good times, anything else is unthinkable: "if I have any spare money I buy sports cars." A Film By ABC Australia. Ref - 5412 Journeyman Pictures is your independent source for the world's most powerful films, exploring the burning issues of today. We represent stories from the world's top producers, with brand new content coming in all the time. On our channel you'll find outstanding and controversial journalism covering any global subject you can imagine wanting to know about.
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NYU Mathematics in Finance video

NYU Mathematics in Finance video

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Chong Qing, China 2002 - Part 41 - City Hall

Chong Qing, China 2002 - Part 41 - City Hall

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This channel is dedicated to the trip to my hometown Chongqing, China in 2002. I had gone back many times before so I was fully aware of the sharp contrast between the country I departed and the country I just landed on. About 18 hours later, all of sudden I was dropped at another planet, a planet earth full of people who all look like me. I talked their languages fluently without the slightest accent. Alas, I was amongst my people. I was a minority no more! It all came back to me effortlessly in an instant. I was immersed with the familiar faces in the familiar environment for rest of the journey. I was me again, not as Ping Sun as named in America but returning to the old Sun Ping-er as called in Chongqing dialect. I was again the middle daughter in the original family that started it all. Like a fish released back to a river, I felt alive with all my senses shut and open to the same steam I came from. I was in the United States of China! OK. Stop here. It all changed on my Year 2002 trip. I was no longer in the zone. It was the first time I looked at my country in the eyes of a foreigner because I was traveling with my American husband, then boyfriend. At times I tried to show off the things I grew up with but thought nothing of such as the neat cultural sites and customs, and then at other times I was embarrassed at things I wished I could drag him away from seeing such as filthy streets, polluted rivers and my folks ghetto apartment. We bared them all in these videos for your eyes only. Just an update, a lot have changed since then. On the city side, Chongqing is getting cleaner and more metropolitan; On the home front, both my sisters and my parents have moved into their new condos, nice enough that my husband did not have to stay in a hotel on his subsequential visit. As for me, I speak better English now. At least I would like to think so anyway. Recorded along with the images were a lot of small talks, unintended for the viewers at large. Many of my Chinese comrades might find some of the comments from my husband offensive. You are not alone. I feel your anger. You heard the saying when you marry someone, you marry his family. I assure you it goes much farther when you marry a Chinese, you marry his country! So I have revenged on him for you by making him marrying me a 100% made in China Chinese, if it is of any consolation to you.
https://wn.com/Chong_Qing,_China_2002_Part_41_City_Hall
China's Pirate Queen: Shi XiangGu | WooKong

China's Pirate Queen: Shi XiangGu | WooKong

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When you think of the most kick ass pirate you might think of a Jack Sparrow, a Long John Silver, a blue, red or even black beard, however none of them even come close to the very real and very awesome Shi Xiang Gu! Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WookongChina Check out my Patreon page too: https://www.patreon.com/wookong Music: Otis Mcdonald Kevin MacLeod Klaus Badelt and Hans Zimmer Clips and images in this video are used for educational and entertainment purposes and are protected under the fair use policy. To learn more, check out some of the sources I used: https://books.google.com.hk/books?id=y_4vCgAAQBAJ&pg=PA317&lpg=PA317&dq=zheng+yi+sao&source=bl&ots=0EZokPOBj8&sig=vaxIvA6x5AWPFpUwrHybGwQX6_E&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiso7DS_OLOAhUS6WMKHUhSBmEQ6AEISTAI#v=onepage&q=zheng%20yi%20sao&f=false http://www.annebonnypirate.com/famous-female-pirates/ching-shih/ http://www.colorq.org/articles/article.aspx?d=asianwomen&x=shixianggu http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/12606...
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Chong Qing, China 2002 - Part 28 - Trip to Dazu

Chong Qing, China 2002 - Part 28 - Trip to Dazu

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  • Updated: 12 Feb 2009
  • views: 113
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This channel is dedicated to the trip to my hometown Chongqing, China in 2002. I had gone back many times before so I was fully aware of the sharp contrast between the country I departed and the country I just landed on. About 18 hours later, all of sudden I was dropped at another planet, a planet earth full of people who all look like me. I talked their languages fluently without the slightest accent. Alas, I was amongst my people. I was a minority no more! It all came back to me effortlessly in an instant. I was immersed with the familiar faces in the familiar environment for rest of the journey. I was me again, not as Ping Sun as named in America but returning to the old Sun Ping-er as called in Chongqing dialect. I was again the middle daughter in the original family that started it all. Like a fish released back to a river, I felt alive with all my senses shut and open to the same steam I came from. I was in the United States of China! OK. Stop here. It all changed on my Year 2002 trip. I was no longer in the zone. It was the first time I looked at my country in the eyes of a foreigner because I was traveling with my American husband, then boyfriend. At times I tried to show off the things I grew up with but thought nothing of such as the neat cultural sites and customs, and then at other times I was embarrassed at things I wished I could drag him away from seeing such as filthy streets, polluted rivers and my folks ghetto apartment. We bared them all in these videos for your eyes only. Just an update, a lot have changed since then. On the city side, Chongqing is getting cleaner and more metropolitan; On the home front, both my sisters and my parents have moved into their new condos, nice enough that my husband did not have to stay in a hotel on his subsequential visit. As for me, I speak better English now. At least I would like to think so anyway. Recorded along with the images were a lot of small talks, unintended for the viewers at large. Many of my Chinese comrades might find some of the comments from my husband offensive. You are not alone. I feel your anger. You heard the saying when you marry someone, you marry his family. I assure you it goes much farther when you marry a Chinese, you marry his country! So I have revenged on him for you by making him marrying me a 100% made in China Chinese, if it is of any consolation to you.
https://wn.com/Chong_Qing,_China_2002_Part_28_Trip_To_Dazu
Hundreds of police break up anti-Chen protest

Hundreds of police break up anti-Chen protest

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  • Updated: 23 Jul 2015
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SHOTLIST 1. Various riot police marching towards anti-president protestors 2. Zoom in to riot police pulling protestors away from the ground 3. Police capturing protestors 4. Police escorting protestors to the bus 5. Riot police holding riot shields up against protestors 6. Pan from protestors lying on the ground to riot police 7. Various of police pulling protesters off ground 8. Police escorting protestors to the bus 9. Close of bus carrying arrested protestors 10. Close of protestor chanting 11. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) Vox pop, arrested protestor: "I was wondering why the corrupted officials can escape from the charge. Have I done anything wrong? Why have I been arrested?" 12. Various of riot police marching 13. Bus carrying protestors leaving STORYLINE Hundreds of Taiwanese riot police on Wednesday cleared small crowds of demonstrators from a downtown Taipei boulevard, capping a long day of protests against the leadership of embattled President Chen Shui-bian. The action came just hours after the conclusion of National Day ceremonies, during which Chen called for unity, and boisterous protesters marched through Taipei streets chanting slogans and waving placards condemning the president. The police, some of whom wielded riot shields and batons, pushed and carried the demonstrators from an area in front of the main Taipei railway station shortly before 5 am local time (2100 GMT Tuesday). Some 25 demonstrators were taken into custody, but it was not immediately clear if they were under arrest. While there were no scenes of violence, it was the most overwhelming use of police power in Taipei since demonstrations demanding Chen's resignation over a series of alleged corruption scandals began on September 9. During Chen's speech, presidential security men scuffled with lawmaker Lee Ching-hua of the opposition Nationalist Party after Lee attempted to break through a partition separating the president from invited guests on a makeshift stage in front of the presidential offices. Chen was never in danger. Speaking to thousands of pro and anti-government partisans gathered in front of the ornate Presidential Office building, Chen referred directly to the month long protest movement calling for him to resign over the corruption allegations. Organisers of the anti-Chen campaign had earlier pledged to bring 2 (m) million people to the streets of Taipei for the National Day celebrations, and said they had mobilised more than 1.5 (m) million people. But police estimated about 125-thousand protesters took part in a march in the area around the Presidential Office building during Chen's speech. About 5-thousand police officers were on hand to maintain order, and Shih Ming-teh, a former Chen ally who has led the "anti-corruption campaign," warned authorities not to use force to subdue the protesters. Chen has been on the defensive for six months against allegations that his family and members of his inner circle abused their proximity to him for personal financial gain. Chen says he is innocent and will complete his remaining 19 months in office. Taiwan's National Day marks the establishment of China's first republic in 1911 following the overthrow of the Qing dynasty. The Nationalist Chinese government resettled in Taiwan in 1949 after losing a civil war to Mao Zedong's forces on the mainland. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f31125631f9c2cf4b0b47738b3dd80d0 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Chong Qing Xiao Xue De Jia Apartment, Chongqing, China - New Deals. Just Added. Going Fast.

Chong Qing Xiao Xue De Jia Apartment, Chongqing, China - New Deals. Just Added. Going Fast.

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http://hotelzbox.com/49396520 Book Online & Save up to 20%. Chong Qing Xiao Xue De Jia Apartment Featuring free WiFi and air conditioning, Chong Qing Xiao Xue De Jia Apartment is located in Chongqing, 2.4 km from Guanyin Bridge Pedestrian Street . Three Gorges Museum is 5 km from the property. Latitude 29.5919170109804, Longitude 106.516501307487, zip 400020, County China, City Chongqing, Address 29F Building 10, No.259,JingLong Road,CaiXinChengShiGuoJi
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Chong Qing, China 2002 - Part 34 - Festival

Chong Qing, China 2002 - Part 34 - Festival

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  • Updated: 12 Feb 2009
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This channel is dedicated to the trip to my hometown Chongqing, China in 2002. I had gone back many times before so I was fully aware of the sharp contrast between the country I departed and the country I just landed on. About 18 hours later, all of sudden I was dropped at another planet, a planet earth full of people who all look like me. I talked their languages fluently without the slightest accent. Alas, I was amongst my people. I was a minority no more! It all came back to me effortlessly in an instant. I was immersed with the familiar faces in the familiar environment for rest of the journey. I was me again, not as Ping Sun as named in America but returning to the old Sun Ping-er as called in Chongqing dialect. I was again the middle daughter in the original family that started it all. Like a fish released back to a river, I felt alive with all my senses shut and open to the same steam I came from. I was in the United States of China! OK. Stop here. It all changed on my Year 2002 trip. I was no longer in the zone. It was the first time I looked at my country in the eyes of a foreigner because I was traveling with my American husband, then boyfriend. At times I tried to show off the things I grew up with but thought nothing of such as the neat cultural sites and customs, and then at other times I was embarrassed at things I wished I could drag him away from seeing such as filthy streets, polluted rivers and my folks ghetto apartment. We bared them all in these videos for your eyes only. Just an update, a lot have changed since then. On the city side, Chongqing is getting cleaner and more metropolitan; On the home front, both my sisters and my parents have moved into their new condos, nice enough that my husband did not have to stay in a hotel on his subsequential visit. As for me, I speak better English now. At least I would like to think so anyway. Recorded along with the images were a lot of small talks, unintended for the viewers at large. Many of my Chinese comrades might find some of the comments from my husband offensive. You are not alone. I feel your anger. You heard the saying when you marry someone, you marry his family. I assure you it goes much farther when you marry a Chinese, you marry his country! So I have revenged on him for you by making him marrying me a 100% made in China Chinese, if it is of any consolation to you.
https://wn.com/Chong_Qing,_China_2002_Part_34_Festival
All Quiet in Peking 07 (English Subtitle)

All Quiet in Peking 07 (English Subtitle)

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  • Updated: 03 Mar 2016
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YoYo Televison Series Exclusive, the biggest hit Chinese TV series with English subs channel on Youtube. 【Welcome to Subscribe】 https://goo.gl/NMasRX During the investigation of five-man commission, Ma Hanshan threatens to resign. Fang Buting is also summoned for interrogation.
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All Quiet in Peking 17 (English Subtitle)

All Quiet in Peking 17 (English Subtitle)

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YoYo Televison Series Exclusive, the biggest hit Chinese TV series with English subs channel on Youtube. 【Welcome to Subscribe】 https://goo.gl/NMasRX Zeng Keda calls on the Fangs with a present from Chiang Ching-kuo, a set of tea ware.
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"?love" Cairnhill Easter Production 2010 - Part 2 ( Melanie )

"?love" Cairnhill Easter Production 2010 - Part 2 ( Melanie )

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  • Updated: 08 Apr 2010
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"?love" is an Easter production by Cairnhill Methodist Church, Singapore. 2 stories were shot displaying the lives of 2 particular people, Jonathan and Melanie who go through almost what most of us a Christians will go through. Not in literal term as the movies but traits of those. The intention of this film was to show that people like "Jonathan" and "Melanie" are amongst us and for us to help them showing God's love. This film ends with a live performance where "Jonathan" and "Melanie" will enter in to the congregation and will be seated on stage and the dancers, who represent the church, the community will go up on stage and through their body movements interpret Delirious?' Our God Reigns as an act of showing/telling "Jonathan" and "Melanie" who is this God who reigns victorious. Unfortunately the dance was not recorded. In search if any one would have recorded it... ------------ Scripture References: "but others save with fear, pulling them out of the fire, hating even the garment defiled by the flesh." - Jude 1:23 (NKJV) "let him know that he who turns a sinner from the error of his way will save a soul from death and cover a multitude of sins" - James 5:20 (NKJV) ------------- Cast and Crew Actors: "Jonathan" Alex Lim - Jonathan Wong Jillian Cheong - Samantha (Jonathan's Wife) David Leong - Office Receptionist Rica Wee - Finance Staff "Melanie" Alyssa Chow - Melanie Connie Ng - Melanie's Mom Chin Whye - Ryan Dancers: Deborah Lim Sandra Poh Hui Ame Technical Crew - Jefferey Lim (Lights Designer) - Quentin Lee ( Sound ) - Elizah Matthew ( Stage Manager) - Han Qing Guang (Stage hand) ---------------- Special Thanks to: - Rev Barnabas Chong for giving us the green light and believing in us - Aunty Ee Ling for allowing using her house to shoot Melanie, - Aunty Connie for allowing us to shoot Melanie's scene as well - Alex Lim and Family for allowing us to shoot Jonathan --------------------------- Director of Photography - Quentin Lee Choregrapher - Deborah Lim an evokePRODUCTIONS film (Cairnhill Methodist Church Creative Arts Ministry)
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2010 Shanghai Expo - China Pavilion - Ching-ming Painting Scroll

2010 Shanghai Expo - China Pavilion - Ching-ming Painting Scroll

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Part of the exhibition of the "Along the River during Ching-ming Festival" painting scroll taken at the Shanghai Expo in July 2010.
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256 YEAR OLD MAN, LI CHING - YUEN

256 YEAR OLD MAN, LI CHING - YUEN

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Breaking News: Did you know that Li Ching - Yuen from China lived 256 years, born in 1677 in the town of Qi Jiang Xian in the Szechuan province, he was a martial artist and a tactical adviser, his diet was to eat rice, herbs, berry, wild ginseng, then he died in 1933. Music, Artwork and Video by Didier Manchione all rights reserved Moonfull Publishing Socan Canada 2013 MUSICNEWS NETWORK.
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10 Feng Shui Tips to Boost Your Luck

10 Feng Shui Tips to Boost Your Luck

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  • Updated: 08 Feb 2016
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Dragon Water Fountain There are few symbols that surpass the Chinese Dragon in popularity amongst those who use Feng Shui. The Dragon is said to create the precious cosmic Chi which brings good fortunes into our homes and workplaces. Displaying the dragon together with moving water is even more potent. Display such a water feature in the North for limitless success in your career, or in the Southeast for plenty of wealth luck. Crystal Globe for Success The crystal globe is one of the most powerful energizers for success in fields related to education, literature, publishing, media and communications. If you work in one of these fields, displaying a crystal globe on your desktop where you work will bring you not just success, it will bring you wealth and recognition as well. Keeping Fish Keep an aquarium in the North sector of your living room to activate for career luck. The best fish to keep are the arowana or goldfish (nine; eight red and one black). But displaying figurines of fish work just as well as the real thing without the cost and hassle of maintaining an aquarium. If you are displaying the arowana, display nine together for best effect. If you decide to keep real ones, do not feed them with live bait; this brings bad karma. Instead, train your arowana to eat frozen worms or pellets. Amethyst Tree for Good Relations There is no fun in going to work if you don't get along with your workmates. To ensure harmony between you and your colleagues, superiors, subordinates and business associates, place an amethyst gem tree on your desk. The amethyst is sometimes known as the stone of contentment and harmony, and will prevent anger and discord. Boosting your Commission Income For those of us involved in jobs where there is the opportunity to earn commission or side income, display a three-legged toad for wealth luck next to your desk or diagonally opposite the front door to your home. Carry three I-Ching coins tied together with red/ gold thread in your purse/wallet. If you are in sales through the telemarketing, paste three I-Ching coins tied together with red/gold thread on your phone. Metal Windchime in the North The career sector according to the Eight Aspirations theory lies in the North. Displaying a six-rod metal windchime in this sector produces water energy, which activates for career luck. It is important, however, for the rods of the windchime to be hollow, so that the auspicious Chi can rise up the chimes. The Mythical Dragon Tortoise The Dragon Tortoise is a mythical creature that gives you the support of the tortoise combined with the courage of the Dragon. Place a figurine of the Dragon Tortoise on your desk or behind you to gain the support of your boss, counter office politics and get you the promotion you deserve. The Tribute Horse for Victory From the times of the Sung emperors through to the Imperial rulers of the Qing dynasty, the tribute horse has been associated with gifts brought by the vanquished to the victors. If you are in a competitive situation at work, displaying or wearing a tribute horse in your office or home will bring you victory, be it a project idea, promotion or opportunity for partnership. The Chi Lin or Chinese Unicorn The mythical Chinese Unicorn, known as Chi Lin, is also referred to as the Dragon Horse. The Chi Lin's presence is said to attract the powerful cosmic breath of the dragon, bringing good fortune luck to those residing in the abode. Displaying the Chi Lin at the workplace represents good fortune in promotions for those wanting advancements in their career. It is especially potent for those in the military, civil service or in politics for more visit: http://spiritualsadhana.com/question/10-feng-shui-tips-to-boost-your-luck/
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Devoted teacher overcomes physical disability to open free after-school program in remote village

Devoted teacher overcomes physical disability to open free after-school program in remote village

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Children in urban areas frequently attend after-school activities or cram schools when school finishes for the day. Children in rural areas don’t often have this luxury, and some may not even have anyone to care from them when they return home. In Hualien’s Sioulin Village, a teacher by the name of Hsu Mei-ling lives on a disability check of just NT$3,500 per month. Despite her paltry income, she was able to start a free after-school program which she calls the Little Sun School. Over the past five years, she has taught some 400 different children from this village. Sweating under the hot sun, Hsu Mei-ling is quite busy as she heads off to class.This is Sioulin Village’s Little Sun School, which Hsu founded. She prepares for the start of class every weekday at 1 pm.Hsu Mei-ling TeacherI teach elementary, junior high and even kindergarten students. I hope they can all be like little suns and then grow into a big sun. When they get older, I hope they can care for others, such as the older women in our village, and eventually become our successors. Hsu is a native of Sioulin and has high hopes for the village''s children.Hsu Mei-ling TeacherOur home was one of the poorest in Sioulin. Beginning in first grade, whenever we saw our father drunk we would simply run awayThe abuse that mother and daughter suffered at the hands of Hsu’s father along with a lack of food made their lives very bitter. Hsu’s father passed away when she was in third grade, and her mother eventually married a soldier. Hsu Mei-ling TeacherWhen my stepfather arrived, I finally learned about love.Her stepfather allowed her to study as well as carry out part-time work. She would eventually become a nurse and earn a stable income. While her life was going well, she never expected to lose a leg.Hsu Mei-ling TeacherOn March 31, 2010, at 11:45 in the evening, our scooter was struck by a Ziqiang class express train. My friend was dragged 500 meters and I was dragged 200 meters.When Hsu woke up, she had already been in intensive care for 31 days. Her left leg was crushed, her right arm was fractured and she also lost two fingers.Media reports about her story helped Hsu raise funds from around Taiwan. She never thought that people would show concern for a rural woman who they never met. Hsu accepted the money and ordered a prosthetic limb that weighed 15 kilograms.Hsu Mei-ling TeacherDuring this period I didn’t take a step outside the house. My mother said we should go and pray. At that time, I prayed for 20 minutes and the last thing that I said was that if God allowed me to walk, I would dedicate myself to doing His work.Hsu said that she was able to take her first step the very next day. Soon after, she decided to devote herself to all of the children in the village. After completing four hours of study, at five o''clock in the evening this young girl, Chou Yu-ching, walks home by herself.Her grandmother and older sister are waiting for her. As soon as she gets home, they all go to the field to harvest sweet potato.Chin Fu-shiouSioulin ResidentWe farmers really depend upon the land for our livelihoods. At the moment, the price for sweet potatoes is just NT$3-4 per kilogram, not per Taiwan catty. The land is leased, and the grandmother raises sweet potatoes and peanuts to support two granddaughters. They haven''t seen their mother for a long time. Their father is a delivery man, but his work isn’t stable.Chin Fu-shiouSioulin ResidentMy idea is for both of them to be by my side. I don’t want them to go with other children to an internet cafe. I am afraid of going home and not being able to find them.When Hsu went to their house, she asked the grandmother to entrust her with the care of these children in her after-school program. At first, the grandmother wasn’t very supportive. Hsu Mei-ling TeacherYu Qing''s grandmother didn’t understand at first, but she soon saw a change in their attitudes, habits and character. She came to observe the class several times and then understood how we educate these children.Hsu is afraid that some of the children won’t be able to continue their studies because of family tragedy.Hsu Mei-ling TeacherI encountered one case of a child whose parents used to fight. He couldn’t find a place to cry, so in the middle of the night he went to the school to find a teacher.While urban children seek entrance into famous schools, the children in this after-school program simply want a calm and peaceful place to study.In June, these elementary school students celebrated a graduation ceremony. Watching them on stage, this teacher enjoyed this special moment.Hsu Mei-ling TeacherThe top five students came to my after-school program and didn’t go to any outside cram school. For this, I cried many tears. I told them that this was all because of their hard work. As long as you are committed, you will absolutely be successful.While losing a ...
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The History of Hong Kong

The History of Hong Kong

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Its name means "fragrant harbor" in Chinese, but it could also mean city of change. This is the story of Hong Kong. Subscribe to TDC: https://www.youtube.com/TheDailyConversation/ FB for daily news: http://www.facebook.com/thedailyconversation http://www.twitter.com/thedailyconvo Video by Bryce Plank and Robin West
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