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113 results for 'china'


By Seema Upadhyay, published on Feb 18, 2009

...gems are considered the rarest of the planetary stones and are considered a balancing stone as it calms the nerves and counters the negative energies.

Blood Coral

Also commonly known as “Monga”, this organic stone is very beneficial to the physical body. "In India, China, and Japan, it is extensively used in Rosaries used for prayers. Red coral strengthens the blood and reproductive system, improves energy and calms emotion...builds flesh and muscle, gives courage and improves work capacity


Another organic stone, found in the shell of... (more)

Tags: fashion, china, japan

The World Is My Classroom:education Without Boundaries

By Ladymaggic, published on Jan 11, 2009

...on the whiteboard, for discussion and extension.

The added bonus of the Online Interactive Classroom is the variety of students and their backgrounds. Students can learn about other cultures by interacting online with the students. In one class, students attend from Korea, China, Japan, Brazil, Czechoslovakia, Russia, Egypt, Taiwan, UK, Saudi Arabia, America and Turkey. It is a whole International Classroom, and at the end of the lesson, students know where each student is from, what they are studying, where they are working, and relationships have been formed.... (more)

Tags: music, education, china, japan, korea, brazil, russia

The Virtual School And Classroom

By Ladymaggic, published on Jan 4, 2009


I used my first Alice, who is still on my first English website

From here the start of using the voice developed with podcasts, recordings, and news and the 'English Voice became the English Voice in Korea, then in China and now simply, "News and Views"

Suddenly the technology was there for the Online Classroom, and the start of the Virtual Classroom and the Virtual School

Lessons are held on two platforms...Wiziq and Edufire.

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Tags: environment, education, china, korea

That Pain In Your Chest Maybe Something Else

By slowasigo, published on Aug 16, 2008

Turns out the black face masks worn by the American cyclist team on their entry to China were not a bad idea. A recent study produced by the American College of Cardiology reports that airborne pollution directly damages the blood vessels.

Utah cardiologist Dr. Jeffrey Anderson commented in a recent KSL report saying that the damage to vessels and the heart is obvious and recognizable. Commenting on the pollution and ingesting process he commented, “they are so small that they can exchange into the circulation of the blood as they pass through the lungs, circulate around, and... (more)

Tags: los angeles, fashion, china

It's Nobody's Fault

By Glenn T, published on Aug 14, 2008


Qual. Beam Final Beam Qual. Floor Final Floor

Shawn 15.975 16.175 15.425 15.1

Nastia 15.975 15.975 15.35 15.2

Alicia 15.95 15.1 14.425 14.125

The final score of the meet was China 188.9 and the United States 186.525, which a quick subtraction shows us to have lost by 2.375.

Scenario 1 – Alicia Accomplished her qualifying scores:

Actual Score Scenario 1 Score Effect on Team Score

Beam 15.1 15.95... (more)

Tags: gymnastics, china

A Time For Cheers, A Time For Tears

By Glenn T, published on Aug 13, 2008

... of pundits waxing on about the over-commercialization of the Olympics. And I've endured at least a year of political protest and political impact stories about these latest Games. To be certain, it is globally and historically significant that they are being held in the epicenter of communist China, Beijing. Despite my initial skepticism, this edition of the Summer Games is very much China's "coming out party". Which they are in dire need of.

The last time most of us remember China in the world news involved the same Tiananmen Square prominently featured in the Beijing... (more)

Tags: paris hilton, basketball, spiderman, music, china

Walking The Rim Of Existence

By Ladymaggic, published on Jul 27, 2008

...edge of the world, or so it seemed. Sheer cliff drop outs were on every side. The wall was also well maintained here and the walk easy and comfortable.

Jinshanling to Simatai and beyond....what an experience.

Great Wall of China: Beijing

Some background into the Great Wall of China, as it is one of the most amazing sights in the world. The fact that it has been there so long is one wonder. Just to walk along a path that was walked along so many times by so many... (more)

Tags: australia, china

American Cheese, What Does It Really Say About America?

By Lumiere, published on Jul 21, 2008

...that there was a time when quality in a name, the American namemattered to us. Manufacturing quality products, goods and services mattered to us. A good reputation meant everything. We took pride in American Made goods, in generating our own ideas, instead of importing cheap products from China or other countries. It is time to be the best at something other than entertainment and war;companies in American weapons manufacturing like Raytheon, Grumman, General Dynamics and Boeing Helicopter need to fade out of the spotlight like badly processed, imposterAmerican cheese. We want a... (more)

Tags: new york, iphone, nfl, environment, education, china

Study & Work

By Mason, published on Jul 16, 2008

We have to study even before we can run,because we wanted to improve ourselves,it holds water and of course worthwhile even when we are not in the school,well,i would like to fill all of you some ideas of what are my thoughts here in a garments fty in china.

We are running the work hours of 8.00 morning,and 12.00 off work,then 14.00 afternoon we work,then 18.00,we go for the supper,19.00 to 22.00,we work,what can i do after the long hours of work??

Previously,i assume that i was too busy to study my japanese anymore,and i always looks on the bad side of the story,i beat... (more)

Tags: china

Why The Olympics Should Not Be Boycotted

By ddrapayo, published on Jul 11, 2008

There has been much discussion about nations boycotting the 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing, China, later this summer. While it is true that China has human rights problems with Tibet and Darfur, and these should not be condoned, the Olympics are a time of peace. As the Visa commercial says "there are 6 billion of us. We may not always get along, but for a few shining weeks, we forget about what makes us different, and focus on what makes us the same." This is the founding principle of the Olympics. In ancient times, truces were made, and wars called off, so people could watch the Olympic... (more)

Tags: los angeles, china

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