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They will go to South Korea the US Australia New Zealand Taiwan the Phillipines etc
Flight duration from South Korea to New Zealand is almost 13 hours. That's so long 😴 Mark just left and I miss him already 😢 1 week w/o him
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Fantastic for six medals going to six nations - Britain, Sweden, USA, South Korea, New Zealand & China
One last tidbit from Olympic golf: six medals when to six nations. Britain, South Korea, Sweden, New Zealand, US, Chin…
-Indian Ocean, we will deepen our relationships in the region with. Australia, Japan, New Zealand, the Philippines, South Korea, & Thai
Top places i want to visit in my lifetime:. London. Rome. Florence. New Zealand. Sydney. Fiji. Caribbeans. Hawaii. South Korea. Germany. Spain. Rio
Golf-South Korea and New Zealand to host Asia-Pacific amateur
If Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Taiwan and South Korea can all survive and prosper outside trade blocs, so can the
2nd half between South Korea and New Zealand has just been started! current score 0-0
Ki Sung-Yueng has been selected to represent South Korea in their upcoming matches against Uzbekistan and New Zealand ht…
Top-ranked Park In-Bee of South Korea and second-ranked New Zealand teen Lydia Ko will try to follow stellar 2014 campaigns with hot 2015 starts when the L
D5 alliance launches in London to strengthen digital economy: Founder members include the UK, South Korea, Estonia, Israel and New Zealand.
1.The Anglo-American Axis is represented, first and foremost, by the major English-speaking countires of the world: USA, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Israel. The European member nations of NATO, such as Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands are also closely aligned with the AAA as are all the Scandinavian countries. So are the Asian Pacific Rim nations of Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and the Philippines. Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Pakistan, Kuwait, Jordan, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, and Qatar also owe their allegiance to the AAA. The World Shadow Government is a secret, supranational organization which completely controls the Anglo-American Axis, as well as the European Union, NATO, among many other institutional entities which constitute the Global Control Matrix.[2] The very backbone of the Anglo-American Axis (AAA) is formed by the ‘special relationship’ that exists between the United States of America (USA) and the United Kingdom (UK). Where the USA ...
The Government of India has announced the scheme of Tourist Visa on Arrival Enabled by Electronic Travel Authorization on 27th November 2014. The TVoA enabled with ETA Scheme will facilitate nationals of 43 countries to travel to India for tourism for a short stay of 30 days. The countries are Australia, Brazil, Cambodia, Cook Islands, Djibouti, Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, Finland, Germany, Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Kingdom of Tongo, Laos, Luxembourg, Mauritius, Mexico, Myanmar, New Zealand, Niue, Norway, Oman, Palestine, Papua & New Guinea, Philippines, Republic of Kiribati, Republic of Korea (i.e. South Korea), Republic of Marshall Islands, Republic of Nauru, Republic of Palau, Russia, Samoa, Singapore, Solomon Islands, Thailand, Tuvalu, UAE, Ukraine, USA, Vietnam . For more information log on to:
to New Zealand, Russia, Australia, Japan, South Korea, China, Thailand & all the countries celebrating 2015 now!💫💫
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Palestinians will wait until January to seek UN recognition No official has said it bluntly, but the Palestinian threat to seek recognition of statehood again from the UN Security Council is likely to be postponed until the end of the year. US Secretary of State John Kerry has repeatedly asked for this postponement and without the needed nine votes to force the United States to veto a resolution, it makes little sense to go to the Security Council now. However, as of Jan. 1, the Security Council will include countries that will easily secure the needed votes for Palestine: Venezuela, Angola, New Zealand, Spain and Malaysia are replacing Argentina, Australia, Luxembourg, South Korea and Rwanda. Fatah leaders attending the Revolutionary Council told Al-Monitor that they have given President Mahmoud Abbas the freedom to delay until January, if needed, to fulfill the current road map of joining all UN agencies once the Security Council is given a chance to vote on the Palestinian demand. Speaking on Palestine ...
We've got a fantastic trailer to share with you - Sarah & Duck are about to get their own App! 'A Day at the Park with Sarah & Duck' lets you play 6 different activities themed around the pair's favourite place! It will be released early December in the UK (£2.99), Ireland, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Philippines, South Korea, Malaysia (in English - other languages and countries to hopefully follow afterwards). Check out the video and we'll confirm the precise release date and further information soon (available on Amazon, iTunes and Google Play).
1. "Home Minister to roll out E-visa facility for 43 countries" Visitors from over 40 countries including Israel, Palestine, Germany and the US, will be able to avail of the much-awaited electronic visa facility. Russia, Brazil, Thailand, UAE, Ukraine, Jordan, Norway and Mauritius, among others, would be getting the e-visa facility in the first phase. All the 12 countries currently enjoying the visa-on-arrival facility, including South Korea, Japan, Finland, Singapore, New Zealand, Indonesia, Myanmar, Vietnam and Laos will also come under the E-visa facility. However, the facility will not be available to people from countries like Pakistan, Sudan, Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Nigeria, Sri Lanka and Somalia. An official said, it would be a historic occasion for the tourism sector and launching of e-visa system for so many countries would boost the industry. In order to get an e-visa, one would need to apply on the designated website along with the required fees. 2. "More than 15-year-old vehicles not permitte ...
CURRENT AFFAIRS 16th November’14 – 20th November’14 CURRENT AFFAIRS 16th - 17th November’14 1) The G-20 Summit 2014 started on 15 November 2014 in Brisbane, the capital of Queensland (Australia). This summit is which edition of the meeting of the G-20 heads of state? – Ninth Explanation: G-20 (also known as Group of 20) is a global forum of the 20 biggest economies of the world. It includes the largest developed countries of the world as well as the largest developing countries. The group comprises of 19 countries – Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, United Kingdom and United States. The 20th member is the European Union (EU). The European Commission (EC) and the European Commission (EC) represent EU in G-20. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi represented India in the summit. 6 countries – Mauritania, Myanmar, New Zealand, Senegal, Singapore, and Spain have been invite ...
The month of November brings two new Wantman Family State of the World speakers to Northfield Mount Hermon. Members of Liberty in North Korea (LiNK), a non-profit organization that rescues North Korean refugees hiding in China and resettles them in South Korea or the United States, will visit campus on Monday, Nov. 10, addressing students in the Rhodes Room of Beveridge Hall at 5:30 pm. LiNK representatives will speak about the organization’s international efforts. Bonita Bigham and her son Te Rei will speak on Thursday, Nov. 13 at 6:45 pm in the Rhodes Room of Beveridge Hall. As Maori living in Aotearoa, New Zealand, Bigham and her people settle historic grievances with the British Crown over breaches to the Treaty of Waitangi. Bonita and Te Rei are honored to renew and strengthen their connection with NMH after hosting students and faculty in Aotearoa in past years. Both events are free and open to the public.
India ranks 142 in “Ease of Doing Business” report-THE HINDU India has been places at 142 among 189 countries in the latest World Bank’s “Ease of Doing Business” report released on Wednesday, a drop by two places from the last year’s ranking. The drop in India’s ranking from last year’s 140 is mainly because other nations have performed much better, bank officials said. In the 2014 report, India had 52.78 points and in this year’s report it has 53.97 points.Singapore with 88.27 points occupies the top position in the ease of doing business followed by New Zealand, Hong Kong, Denmark and South Korea. Among other major countries, the US has been ranked seventh, Britain (eight), China (90), Sri Lanka (99), Nepal (108), Maldives (116), Bhutan (125), and Pakistan (128).
New Zealand close to signing Free Trade deal with South Korea: Comments by both New Zealand and Korean diploma...
The IBMCs Worldwide Remix Project is the largest and most ambitious project of its kind, involving artists from: US, UK, France, Germany, Spain, Poland, Sweden, Norway, Russia, Japan, South Africa, Chile, Australia, South Korea, New Zealand, Slovenia, Cuba, Czech Republic, Greece, Zimbabwe, Belgium, Netherlands, Canada, Slovakia, Luxembourg, Italy, Iceland, Brazil, Switzerland and more… In 2015 we will complete the hypersigil (which also includes interviews with many of the artists involved) after 6 years work. We have 27 tracks now finished, and 13 more to come to reveal the entire dynamic fractality which is also another unique feature of this project. Built on the original model of cooperation and Unity, the resulting variety of sounds and styles is a reflection of the current state of Hip Hop in its purest strain.
Good Shabbos family members !. In the Pacific and Asia, including those in the countries of New Zealand, Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Nepal, Pakistan, the Philippines, South Korea,Taiwan and Thailand! Africa, Europe and the Middle East, including those in the countries of Algeria, Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda, Zambia, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, D.R.CONGO,Tanzania , Poland, Spain, the United Kingdom, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates! . The Lord’s trumpet is near The trumpet shall be heard soon All who live shall hear it. Let us therefore approach the throne of grace with fullest confidence, that we may receive mercy for our failures and grace to help in the hour of need
wow - members in South Korea and New Zealand.
WHAT REALLY CAUSES INFLATION? ...: It’s very clear that as any emerging or more developed country urbanizes that people tend to have fewer kids. Urban life costs more and people tend to be more highly educated and naturally, they want to better educate their kids… so they choose to have one or two. Nearly 25% choose their well-paid careers and social life over having children. Almost all developed countries are experiencing a slowing down of their economies due to fewer kids and sluggish demographic growth. The best English-speaking countries like Australia, Singapore, Switzerland, Canada and New Zealand have offset such slowing to some degree, or even fully, with high immigration. Immigrating households, especially the Chinese, tend to prefer a wealthy country where their kids can get a high-quality English-language education. Other countries ranging from Japan and South Korea to Germany and Italy (to name a few) have steep demographic cliffs ahead. They’re not only having fewer kids but aren’t . ...
Today in history On Sept. 26, 1789, Thomas Jefferson was named as the U.S.' first Secretary of State, and John Jay became the first chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. In 1872, In New York City, the first shrine temple, named "Mecca," was established. In 1907, New Zealand and Newfoundland became dominions within the British Empire. In 1914, the U.S. Congress established the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). In 1918, in the final major battle of World War I, the Battle of the Argonne began. In 1934, the steam ship RMS Queen Mary was launched. In 1940, during World War II, Japanese troops invaded French Indo-China. In 1941, Nazi troops executed about 34,000 Jews in Kiev. In 1944, Soviet troops liberated Estonia. In 1950, the city of Seoul, South Korea, was recaptured from the North Koreans by United Nations troops. In 1953, the U.S. and Spain signed a defense treaty, giving U.S. forces four bases there. In 1960, support on behalf of Cuba for the USSR was announced by Fidel Castro; and the first televised ...
Good day everyone. It's been a while so there's a lot of news to get through. We begin with British Prime Minister David Cameron, who said the UK will take "whatever steps are necessary" to stay safe after ISIS posted a video showing the beheading of British aid worker David Haines. Cameron said of ISIS: "they are not Muslims, they are monsters." President Obama has also issued a stance of continued aerial attacks on the group in both Iraq and Syria, along with ground troops only for the soul purpose of strategy and training, not combat. Also, several several Arab countries have agreed to carry out airstrikes against ISIS militants. Other countries who have signed on include Australia, Great Britain, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Canada, Italy, Poland, Denmark, Albania, Croatia, New Zealand, Romania, South Korea, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt, Qatar, Iran and Iraqi Kurdistan. Ray Rice is expected to appeal his indefinite suspension, which was implemented after video surfaced of him knocking out ...
The 54th BGJF Grand Opening marks Free Trade and AEC connectivity The 54th Bangkok Gems & Jewelry Fair, with the theme, ““Power of Free Trade, Connect the World with Free Tax,” was launched with a strong message yesterday. It proclaims Thailand’s unique position as a hub of Free Trade and as a gateway into regional gems and jewelry trade ahead of the AEC. The fair welcomed delegates from 10 ASEAN gems and jewelry industries and representatives from 6 important trade partners, India, China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, and New Zealand. The assembly of the region’s gems and jewelry powerhouses will take part in today’s 3rd ASEAN Gems & Jewelry Presidents’ Summit meeting today.
Vietnam may grant visa waivers to 9 more nationalities. Relevant agencies are seeking central government approval to waive tourist visa requirements for France, Germany, the UK, Spain, Italy, Australia, New Zealand, India and Canada. The proposal was made by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Ministry of Transport to draw more visitors from those markets, Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper reported. A survey conducted by the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) found that Western European visitors often spend more money and stay longer than others. Meanwhile, Australian and Kiwi visitors often visit during traditional low seasons. In addition, Canada has remained one of the fifteen leaders in providing tourists, while India remains an important source of visitors, the survey found. According to VNAT, international tourists often spend between US$1,200-1,500 per trip; a visa exemption is expected to significantly increase tourism revenues. Vietnam currently offers a 30-day visa waiver ...
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feeling truly awful for the families of those lost on Maylasia Airliner.it was not so long ago, my son traveled to Maylasia, singapore, australia, new zealand, france, germany, monaco, ireland, england, switzerland, South Korea all on his own.worry worry always worry.love em every single chance you get.
The Cold War made a lot of money for the military/security complex for four decades dating from Churchill’s March 5, 1946 speech in Fulton, Missouri declaring a Soviet “Iron Curtain” until Reagan and Gorbachev ended the Cold War in the late 1980s. During the Cold War Americans heard endlessly about “the Captive Nations.” The Captive Nations were the Baltics and the Soviet bloc, usually summarized as “Eastern Europe.” These nations were captive because their foreign policies were dictated by Moscow, just as these same Captive Nations, plus the UK, Western Europe, Canada, Mexico, Columbia, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Taiwan, the Philippines, Georgia, and Ukraine, have their foreign policies dictated today by Washington. Washington intends to expand the Captive Nations to include Azerbaijan, former constituent parts of Soviet Central Asia, Vietnam, Thailand, and Indonesia. During the Cold War Americans thought of Western Europe and Great Britain as independent sovereign countrie ...
Interested in genetically modified organisms (GMOs)? Our new report discusses the regulation of GMOs and genetically modified plants and foods in Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Egypt, England and Wales, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Japan, Lebanon, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, the Russian Federation, South Africa, South Korea, Sweden, and the United States.
AASCF staff are very excited ( and little bit honoured ..) at the level of interest being shown for AASCF Nationals at the Gold Coast Convention Centre 28/29/30th November... Already have close to 1000 Australian All Star Cheerleading Federation (AASCF) registered competitors and teams from South Korea, Japan, Ukraine, Colombia and New Zealand have asked for registration / competition details! Very gratified that AASCF Nationals is not only the No 1 choice for the BEST cheer & dance teams in Australia but has such a strong reputation internationally :-) Make sure you get your entries in sooner rather than later as this is THE competition you do not want to miss and if the growth we have seen at the WINTERFEST series is anything to go by 2014 AASCF Nationals will easily be bigger than 2013 where we had 6000+ competitors... When: November 28th, 29th & 30th 2014 Where: Broadbeach, Gold Coast , QLD At the: Gold Coast CONVENTION CENTRE Hall A Cheer & Hall B Dance, both running Saturday & Sunday Offering 12+ po ...
TATA CERAMICS-Best In Class Ceramics - Pristine white, light weight, translucent and super strong with high shock and chipping resistance. Embellished with genuine 22 Carat Gold and Pure Platinum. Set the perfect table for an elegant evening with our gorgeous white dinning ware or make an opulent statement by gifting our beautiful white ceramics filled with assorted chocolates. About the company: Tableware crafted by Tata Cermics Ltd (TCL) adorn the dining rooms of Rashtrapati Bhawan and are exclusively used by all Indian Embassies overseas. TCL also makes ceramic products for some of the best brands in the world such as Wedgwood, Royal Doulton and Churchill, apart from exporting to Australia, Canada, Germany, Ireland, Italy, South Korea, New Zealand, the UK and the US. Exquisite Indian craftsmanship, blended with English technology has helped Tata Ceramics to create products of exceptional value to suit each individual’s lifestyle aspirations.
Indeke yaba kwi? In the month since Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 disappeared en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, search and rescue teams have patrolled areas of the southern Indian Ocean, thousands of kilometres apart. Planes, ships and submarines have all been deployed. China, Australia, Malaysia, the US, the UK New Zealand, Japan and South Korea have all contributed to the search. So how much is it costing, and who pays? Malaysia has refused to be drawn. Acting Transport Minister Hishamuddin Hussein told reporters that the cost of mounting the search was "immaterial" when set against the need to bring solace to the families of the missing. But mounting a search operation on this scale, and for this length of time, does not come cheap. The bill so far probably runs to £20-25m ($33-42m), estimates Peter Roberts, senior research fellow in sea power and maritime studies at the Royal United Services Institute (Rusi). This includes the cost of fuel, spare parts, and transporting supplies, as well as the ...
YouTube has finally introduced paid channels in India. The customer has to go through the YouTube purchase process to get access to the channels. All subscriptions include a 14-day free trial (your credit card is not charged until the end of the free trial). If you want to create a paid channel, you should have a channel with at least 10,000 subscribers. The eligibility criteria include: Your account is in good standing. You meet the general criteria for YouTube partnership. You have verified your account by phone. You have an approved AdSense account linked to your YouTube account. There are 26 pay channels available currently. Yury Indian, GayDirect, Big Think Mentor, My Fight Gym and Global We Got Married are a few of them. Paid subscriptions are also available in Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, South Korea, Spain, United Kingdom and United States. In May 2013 in US, when the YouTube paid channel was launched, the policy was that the content owners could ...
Congratulations to MATTHEW M. who has achieved three perfect scores on the National Latin Exam. Only 28 students out of over 140,000 who participated in the entire United States, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Guam, England, Italy, Poland, Taiwan, China, Hong Kong, South Korea, France, Oman, Philippines, Spain, Japan Germany, Singapore, Zimbabwe, and the Netherlands attained this distinction. We are so proud of you!
Alan could not even manage common bankye (cassava) farm. He failed to sail through the FIRST ROUND of the selection process for the top job at the World Trade Organization (WTO). According to Reuters News Agency, the organisation shortlisted, candidates from Brazil - Roberto Azevedo, Taeho Bark of South Korea, Herminio Blanco from Mexico, Mari Pangestu of Indonesia and Tim Groser of New Zealand. Does Alan see the NPP leadership as a day nursery creche to learn how to sail through election primaries? He has failed TWICE to sail through NPP primaries loosing to Nana Addo all the time.
CLARK FREEPORT— Some 200 delegates from 18 countries are expected to compete on the 8th Pan Pacific Petanque Championship to be held at the CDC-Parade Ground inside this Freeport on May 30 to June 2 this year.   The tournament, also known as the lawn bowling competition, is sponsored by Japan, in cooperation with the Clark Development Corporation and Philippine Petanque Association (PPA). This year’s competition will be hosted by the Philippines.   There will be 11 gold medals at stake for the South East Asian Games next year for Petangue.   Vio dela Cruz, coach and spokesperson for PPA, said the host country has already sent invitations to Australia, Brunei, Cambodia, China, Chinese Taipei, India, South Korea, Laos, Mongolia, New Zealand, Thailand and Vietnam.   The confirmed teams to compete in the 8th lawn bowls tournament are Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Japan, and the Philippines.   PPA, which is currently under the umbrella of Philippine Lawn Bowls Association, is the home to national te ...
Early next year I'm thinking of going on a month long trip to Asia. I want to go everywhere except for North Korea and Burma. Are any guys interested in traveling with me to a few countries? I'm not going to some of them unless I find a partner. Message me if it sounds interesting. Japan, China, Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand, The Philippines, South Korea, Mongolia, Tibet, and possibly Australia and New Zealand.
Janet Andrews of Maple Bear Global Schools was here at our Singapore preschools last week to train and guide our teachers and staff on curriculum delivery, classroom management as well as learning environment design to best engage young children. Ms Andrews is very experienced and respected in the area of early education and has worked with schools in Canada, London, New Zealand and South Korea. She also has an interest in primary-level English Language Arts and Science and was involved in the development of programme materials for these subjects in Canadian schools. We look forward to seeing more of Ms Andrews in Singapore!
A single entry, one month visa can be obtained upon arrival at any air, land or sea terminal by citizens of the following countries: EU citizens and other Europeans including nationals of Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino, Switzerland and Vatican City but not Cyprus and Malta. Albania, Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Brunei, Canada, China*, Chile, Colombia, Croatia, Ecuador, French Guyana, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Macedonia, Malaysia, Moldova, New Zealand, Paraguay, Peru, Russia*, Seychelles, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Suriname, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey*, Ukraine*, USA, Uruguay and Venezuela. The fee is OMR20 and your passport should be valid for no less than 6 months from the date of arrival. However, if you arrived by air into Dubai International Airport and subsequently enter Oman via land, the visa fee will be waived. Any visa fees can be paid using UAE dirhams at a rate of ten to OMR1. At the airports, visa fees can be paid in an ...
Tech Exclusive: Adobe, Creativity Is Essential For Students And Educators Alike. Adobe today unveiled the findings of its ‘Education, Creativity and Employability’ study at the 9th annual Adobe Education Leadership Forum in Kuala Lumpur, which runs from March 31 to April 2, 2014. 1,531 educators representing 13 countries across Asia Pacific were surveyed with an aim to gauge the importance of creativity in education and its role in building a digitally able workforce. The study showed a strong correlation between employability and creativity. 47 percent of respondents agreed that students proficient in digital media skills have a better chance of being recruited, giving them a competitive edge over their less skilled counterparts. The study on ‘Education, Creativity and Employability’ is based on an extensive survey of educators across Asia Pacific covering 13 countries (Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and ...
On this Vietnam Veterans Day, my thoughts and prayers are with every soldier and their families that served in Vietnam. To all the allies: America, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, the Philippines and Thailand. Thank you for your service and your sacrifice.
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Lets shout out for New Zealand and Brendon McCullum for the beautiful win against Netherlands. McCullum made a history by making wonderful score 2000 runs and he becomes the first player to hold this massive record. He has scored 600 more than the second highest , Mahela Jayawardene. McCullum's 65 is his 15th fifty-plus score(13 fifties, 2 hundreds), and which is also a record. Chris Gayle is behind him with 12. NETH 151/4 NZ 152/4 New Zealand beat Netherlands by 6 wickets with a 6 balls remaining. Best wishes to NZ. Suwal South Korea
MH370: Aircraft was travelling faster than estimated - AMSA PERTH: Planes and ships were racing Friday to a fresh search zone after a "credible new lead" that Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 was flying faster than first thought before it plunged into the remote Indian Ocean. Ten aircraft from six countries -- Australia, China, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea and the United States -- altered their flight paths to an area 1,100 kilometres (685 miles) northeast of where they have been looking for a week, far off western Australia. Five Chinese ships and an Australian naval vessel were also steaming to the new zone of interest after the weather cleared following the suspension of the search on Thursday due to thunderstorms and high winds, the Australian Maritime Safety Authority said. "The new information is based on continuing analysis of radar data between the South China Sea and the Strait of Malacca before radar contact was lost," AMSA said. "It indicated that the aircraft was travelling faster than previ ...
The area is known as "the Roaring Forties" due to its notoriously strong winds It is the second time this week the operation has been hampered by poor conditions. The Australian Navy ship HMAS Success has been in the search area about 2,500km (1,500 miles) south-west of Perth and has been joined by four Chinese ships - Xue Long, Kuulunshan, Haikon and Qiandaohu. A total of six countries are now involved in the search - Australia, New Zealand, the US, Japan, China and the South Korea. On Wednesday, Malaysia's acting transport minister Hishammuddin Hussein said a French satellite had located some 122 objects that could be from the missing airliner. The images, taken on 23 March, showed objects up to 23m (75ft) in length, he said. Analysts say the images are the first to suggest a debris field from the plane, rather than just isolated objects. Mr Hussein described the new images as the most credible lead so far. Erik Van Sebille, an oceanographer from the University of New South Wales, told the BBC that if a ...
MH370 - THE LATEST Days after officials report missing Malaysian Airlines' MH370 crashed into the southern Indian Ocean with no survivors - 239 dead, a French satellite has spotted 122 pieces of possible debris 250 kilometres Southwest of Australia. They objects range from 1 metre to 23 metres and appear to be partially submerged on the surface. Other large chunks of debris have been spotted nearby, but quickly disappear before investigators can reach them. Twelve planes and five ships from the United States, China, Japan, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand are searching the 1.6 million square kilometer zone where the plane is believed to have crashed. MH370 has now been missing more than 2 weeks.
South Korea's Mirim Lee fired a five-under par 67 Friday to seize a two-stroke lead over New Zealand teen Lydia Ko after the second rou...
For those of you I didn't get a chance to share with, I have been studying at the University of the Nations in Kona, Hawaii through Youth With A Mission (YWAM). My team and I will be going to New Zealand and South Korea for three months. (Lord-willing) I will be leaving next Thursday with a performing arts outreach team to perform the message of the Prodigal Son through song, dance, and drama. Please pray for myself and my team as we are still in need of financial support. We go by faith that God will provide for our needs. Please message me if you would like more information about how you can pray for us. Personally, I need about $2500 by this Thursday and my team needs about $40,000 as a whole to deal with transportation and food costs for our team. God has been faithful in providing my needs so far. I believe He will give me enough for this next leg of my adventure with Him. If you would like to help me or my school in this outreach ministry, please contact me on here with a personal message or on my c ...
MH370 PRESS STATEMENT BY MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT, MALAYSIA MONDAY, 17 MARCH 2014, 2.15PM 1. Search and rescue operational update a. The number of countries involved in the search and rescue operation has increased from 14 to 26. These countries are: Malaysia, Australia, Bangladesh, Brunei, China, France, India, Indonesia, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Myanmar, New Zealand, Pakistan, Philippines, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, Turkmenistan, UAE, UK, US, Uzbekistan, and Vietnam. b. Today, the Royal Malaysian Navy and the Royal Malaysian Air Force will deploy their assets to the southern corridor. c. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has sent diplomatic notes to all countries along the northern and southern corridors; and all countries from which we are requesting assistance. d. The above mentioned diplomatic notes set out the specific support and assistance required, including: - Radar and satellite information - Land, sea and aerial search operations - Search and rescue action plans for relev ...
PHILIPPINE JUDO TEAM WINS AT THE 2014 Hong Kong INTERNATIONAL JUDO TOURNAMENT 17 March 2014 - Members of the Philippine Judo team namely, Ms. Monica Pineda and Ms. Helen Dawa, won respectively the silver (under 45 kilograms category) and bronze (under 48 kilograms category) medals at the 2014 Hong Kong International Judo Tournament held at the Shek Kip Mei Park Sports Centre in Sham Shui Po, Kowloon from March 1 to 2. The 11-member delegation was composed of team manager, Shalimar Tamano, seven players from the Philippine National Team and three young athletes from La Salle Greenhills. Judo teams from the Philippines, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, Macau, Malaysia, Mongolia, New Zealand, Thailand, Taiwan, Vietnam and Hong Kong competed in this year’s tournament. PLDT-Hong Kong Ltd. was one of the Philippine Judo Team’s sponsors. END *Information and photos courtesy of Mr. Shalimar Tamano and PLDT-Hong Kong Ltd.
World War 1 All Over Again Paul Craig Roberts Infowars.com March 15, 2014 “If you reduce the lie to a scientific system put it on thick and heavy, and with great effort and sufficient finances scatter it all over the world as the pure truth, you can deceive whole nations for a long time and drive them to slaughter for causes in which they have not the slightest interest.” — Chief French Editor,Behind the Scenes in French Journalism, describing the organization of World War 1 propaganda in France. Did US Secretary of State John Kerry ask you before he delivered an all or nothing ultimatum to Russia? Did he ask Congress? Did he ask the countries of western and Eastern Europe–NATO members who Kerry has committed to whatever the consequences will be of Washington’s inflexible, arrogant, aggressive provocation of Russia, a well-armed nuclear power? Did Kerry ask Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, Mexico, South America, Africa, China, Central Asia, all of whom would be adverse ...
Performing Arts DTS dancing at Waterfront Row. 1st time performing for the public in Kailua Kona,HI. Getting ready for their international tour to New Zealand and South Korea! Awesome job ladies!!!
'I see a lot of people yelling for peace but I have not heard of a plan for peace. So, here's one plan.' 1) 'The US, UK , CANADA , New Zealand and AUSTRALIA will apologize to the world for our 'interference' in their affairs, past & present. You know, Hitler, Mussolini, Stalin, Tojo, Noriega, Milosevic, Hussein, and the rest of those 'good 'ole' boys', we will never 'interfere' again. 2) We will withdraw our troops from all over the world, starting with Germany , South Korea , the Middle East , and the Philippines . They don't want us there. We would station troops at our borders. No one allowed sneaking through holes in the fence. 3) All illegal aliens have 90 days to get their affairs together and leave We'll give them a free trip home. After 90 days the remainder will be gathered up and deported immediately, regardless of whom or where they are from. They're illegal!!! France will welcome them. 4) All future visitors will be thoroughly checked and limited to 90 days unless given a special permit ...
[ March 18 ] - ( An Asian Union is Necessary ? ) . Yukio Hatoyama, the Japanese Prime Minister, won wide backing from Asian leaders for his vision of an East Asian Community modelled on the European Union. That would give membership to Japan, China, India, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand, plus the Asean countries – Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, the Philippines, Burma, Brunei, Cambodia and Laos. we suggest that the initial members be the members of the East Asian Community and then the future members be open to all Asian countries against US and EU in that the Models of Asian Unions are determined as whether the stages of Economic Integration change Market Union, Economic Union, into Political Union. [ We have an urgent purpose to establish an Asian Union, that is preventing possible wars from tremendous weaponry which now all asian countries are racing for. Without a politically united body we all will be destroyed by the nuclear weapons and horrendous mass destructive arms. ...
S. Korea, New Zealand wrap up 5th round of FTA talks: . SEOUL – South Korea and New Zealand wrapped up their fi...
On yesterday's post we introduced how The Brotherhood, or the Illuminati, wields it's power and influence to bring about its agenda. The Bilderberg Group is only one entity put in place do the 'legwork' necessary to bring about a one world government, which is their ultimate goal. Another such group is the Trilateral Commission (TC). Often referred to as "the child of the Bilderberg Group", the TC was founded by David Rockefeller in 1973 with the stated purpose of fostering closer corporation between the US, Western Europe and Japan. As a result, the following countries are part of a "global coalition" which conducts bi-annual meetings in secrecy - never divulging what is discussed: the entire North American continent - US, Canada, Mexico; European nations - Germany, France, Italy, United Kingdom, Spain; the Pacific Asia group - Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. In fact, the TC claims that they have more tha ...
Prime Ministers in republics and in monarchies[edit] The post of Prime Minister may be encountered both in constitutional monarchies (such as Belgium, Denmark, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Malaysia, Morocco, Spain,[2] Sweden, Thailand, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom), and in parliamentary republics in which the head of state is an elected official (such as Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Pakistan, Portugal, Montenegro, Croatia, Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia and Turkey). See also"First Minister", "Premier", "Chief Minister", "Chancellor", "Taoiseach" and "Secretary of State": alternative titles usually equivalent in meaning to, or translated as, "Prime Minister". This contrasts with the presidential system, in which the president (or equivalent) is both the head of state and the head of the government. In some presidential or semi-presidential systems, such as those of France, Russia or South Korea, the Prime Minister is an official generally app ...
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Teenage golf sensations Charley Hull and Lydia Ko played together today in the first round of the New Zealand Women's Open. Both shot 3 under par and are currently just one shot off the lead, held by Seon Woo Bae of South Korea. The 16-year-old Ko, last year’s winner of the event, is defending her title this week in the tournament. The new pro and rookie on the LPGA tour returned to New Zealand after her 7th place finish in last week's LPGA event in the Bahamas. It will be interesting to see how New Zealand fans react to Ko this week. There are some hard feelings in her adopted country since she fired her long-time coach, New Zealander Guy Wilson. Wilson had been Ko's coach since she was just five years old, but late last year the teenage phenom surprisingly announced she had hired highly recognized and Florida-based instructor David Leadbetter to oversee her coaching. 17-year-old Charley Hull from England, who also turned pro last year, finished 6th on the money list on the Ladies European Tour in 2013 ...
New Zealand's Lydia Ko and Meena Lee of South Korea both fired five-under-par 68s to share the lead after the first round of the Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic. The pair are one shot ahead of a group of nine players on a congested leaderboard in the season-opening event at the Atlantis Resort's Ocean Club course. Ko, 16, mixed six birdies with a sole bogey at the par-four ninth as she made an excellent start to her first full season as a professional. The highlight of Lee's round was an eagle two at the par-four 13th, although she followed that up by dropping a shot on the 14th, while she also picked up four birdies. World No 3 Stacy Lewis is among the chasing pack after carding a 69, which was matched by her fellow Americans Jessica Korda, Danah Bordner, Amelia Lewis, Brittany Lang and Austin Ernst. Korean duo Hee Young Park and Mirim Lee are also on four under along with PK Kongkraphan of Thailand and Candie Kung of Chinese Taipei. Wales' Becky Morgan is firmly in contention on three under after shootin ...
50 years ago, South Korea was poorer than Bolivia & Mozambique; today, it is richer than New Zealand & Spain
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Leaving Gwangju for Incheon Airport in Seoul, South Korea ... It's been a long time away from Home .. Australia, New Zealand, The Philippines, China, Japan and South Korea ... Great show last night to end the tour ... We've had another fab year on the road and are blessed to have such a wonderful career ... Time for some R&R ( wine too ) ... Can't wait to see my loved ones !! ... Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays to everyone ... Be safe .. Be Happy .. Be Healthy ... And have a fab 2014 ... Peace & Love to all ... Russell
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The United States has a "special relationship" with the United Kingdom[252] and strong ties with Canada,[253] Australia,[254] New Zealand,[255] the Philippines,[256] Japan,[257] South Korea,[258] Israel,[259] and several European countries such as France and Germany. It works closely with fellow NATO members on military and security issues and with its neighbors through the Organization of American States and Free Trade agreements such as the trilateral North American Free Trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico. In 2008, the United States spent a net $25.4 billion on official development assistance, the most in the world. As a share of America's large gross national income (GNI), however, the U.S. contribution of 0.18% ranked last among 22 donor states. By contrast, private overseas giving by Americans is relatively generous.[260]
Recieved feedback from people in all 50 states, in addition to the UK, Japan, Bahrain, Guam, Puerto Rico, Germany, South Korea, Netherlands, Cuba, Italy, Canada, Scotland, Belgium, New Zealand, Spain, Sri Lanka, Portugal and Peru! IMPRESSIVE! And also a big shoutout to those watching/supporting that are unable to let us know, GO NAVY, BEAT ARMY!!!
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South Korea and New Zealand Tuesday agreed to resume negotiations on a Free Trade agreement (FTA) early next year, the South Korean government said.  The fifth round of FTA negotiations between the two countries will be held in February in New Zealand, the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy...
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Awards + Prize - 1. Pakistan’s teenage activist Malala Yousafzai has been awarded European Union’s prestigious Sakharov Human Rights Prize. 2. New Zealand author Ms. Eleanor Catton won the 2013 Man Booker Prize for her novel ‘The Luminaries’. 3. Father of Green Revolution in India, Dr. M.S. Swaminathan has been honoured with the Indira Gandhi Award for National Integration. 4. Sristhi Rana of India won the Miss Asia-Pacific World 2013 crown in Seoul, South Korea. 5. Ms. Maria Gabriela Isler of Venezuela has been crowned Miss Universe 2013 in Moscow, Russia. 6. Anjali Gopalan has been conferred with the highest civilian honour of France, ‘the Chevalier de la Legion d’Honneur’ for her work on transgender and HIV-positive patients. Nobel Prize 2013 Winners: - 1. Peace - Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) 2. Literature – Alice Munro 3. Physics – Peter Higgs and Francois for Gold Particle or Higg-Boson. 4. Chemistry – Arieh Warshel, Michael Levitt and Martin Karplus ...
From the pen of Dan Hagen ~ "See, the American people have to realize that universal healthcare is just a dream. It's too expensive. It's too impractical. It's impossible. No other country in the world has been able to establish it, except for Canada, Uruguay, Brunei, Hong Kong, India, Kuwait, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Israel, Japan, Malaysia, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iraq, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and pretty much the entire civilized modern word."
We are just three Days Away from the end of the 2014 World Cup qualifiers. By then, all 32 nations who will be travelling to Brazil next summer will be known. In the mean time, let’s take a look at the playoffs and see what is at stake. Firstly looking at the teams who have already qualified, the identities of 23 of the 32 participating countries are henceforth known: Japan, Australia, South Korea and Iran will fly to South America representing the AFC. Just like in the 2010 edition, only four teams are present with Jordan having all but lost their chances of qualifying after a 5-0 defeat at home to Uruguay the 1st leg of the inter-confederation. Nigeria, the Ivory Coast and Cameroon were the first of the African nations to book their tickets within the last couple of days. Ghana are expected to follow their fellow Africans as they face Egypt in their 2nd leg having won the 1st 6-1 at home. And in the last playoff Burkina Faso and Algeria are in a tight battle for the last remaining CAF spot in the tour ...
On this day in history: 1791 - Australia's first successful grape vine is planted. 1838 - The perpetrators of the Myall Creek Massacre in New South Wales are acquitted. 2008 - Today is Steve Irwin Day. 1769 - James Cook takes formal possession of New Zealand. 1940 - During the Blitz, the German air-force bombs the city of Coventry, almost completely destroying it. 2001 - A stowaway cat nicknamed 'Colin's' accidentally begins an epic journey from Port Taranaki in New Zealand to South Korea.
Dundee Football Club, a club that has been through so much in the last decade but a club that is on the rise again!! We are literally a massive club, a club know all around the world, and this project ‘Connect Dee World’ Is exactly what it says on the tin, Connect everyone from anywhere with Dundee. This project has no start-up costs, our tool is using social media, the possibilities are endless. There are around 7billion people in the world, spanning across 7 continents, and we have Dundee fans in every single continent!! So not only does the team have the backing from the Dens Park stands, the team knows that they have support from fans right across the world. Here are the countries that the Dee’s are in; Australia ,Argentina Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Cyprus, England, France, Germany, Georgia, Gibraltar ,Holland, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kenya, South Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United A ...
Looks like I'm planning a trip to Miami or New Zealand to see Paramore for my birthday. I don't care if I have to go to South Korea...I will see them in concert before I die.
Golf course and golf The golf master has published the best 50 stadium of the United States, the top one of which is the Pine Valley club. The Arista Stadium which held many U.S. opens , Zini Cork Mountain American golf clubs which held every year's Masters , the Cypress Point , Mr Grams monte, round while followed by golf course, etc. These stadiums have a long history and inherent golf club culture, and have held a successive major golf tournaments. Outside the United States in the best 50 stadium the royal rural golf club of Northern Ireland exalts the top. Among the 50 stadium, the Scottish stadium have occupied a number of 12. Ireland has 8 after Scotland, while England 7, and Wales 1. According to the nation, Britain has the largest number of this stadium, altogether accounted for 28, France and Spain each one. In addition to Europe, Australia and Canada each has four; South Africa and Japan each has three; New Zealand has 2; Mexico and the Dominican, Bermuda and South Korea (Korean nine bridge g .. ...
BUSAN, South Korea, November 8 – THE Pacific delegation to the World Council of Churches 10th Assembly begins to head home tomorrow (Sat). Delegates from the Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu will be the first to leave, travelling through Singapore and Port Moresby. The Cook Island, American Samoan and Niue delegates will travel through New Zealand. Others travel on Sunday night through Fiji and onward to Tonga, Samoa, Kiribati and Tuvalu. They will be accompanied by the Pacific Oikoumene Youth Group which has had a series of successful performances at the assembly. Pacific Conference of Churches General Secretary Reverend Francois Pihaatae said he believed the assembly was a success. “The Pacific churches have had a major impact on the other delegations and should be pleased with the achievements,” Rev Pihaatae said. “Now it’s time for us to ensure that our programmes and activities are in line with the issues raised at the WCC. “At the PCC we’ll be helping our member churches i ...
he Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau introduced a new global marketing campaign “Thailand Connect”, which aims to expand the country’s MICE industry.   The bureau hopes the industry will generate revenues of approximately US$3.2 billion and attract 987,000 overseas MICE travellers in 2014.   TCEB’s new campaign focuses on three key factors in Thailand: a diversity of destinations, unrivalled business opportunities and the high quality of Thailand’s MICE professionals, according to TCEB officials.   The campaign also offers a number of market-promotion packages to incentivise MICE event organisers and travellers.   For international conferences, TCEB will offer promotional support for events from the ASEAN+6 countries – which includes the 10 ASEAN nations, as well as South Korea, Japan, New Zealand, Australia, India and Greater China (the mainland, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau).   For international exhibitions, TCEB will support business-matching activities for visiting trade groups ...
In most cases traveling to Peru only requires a valid passport. Citizens from the following countries do not require a tourist visa: the Americas (except Cuba), countries of the European Union, South Korea, Philippines, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan, South Africa, New Zealand and Australia. Citizens from other countries should request a tourist visa in the Peruvian Consulate of their respective country. To determine if you need a visa go to:
The next Electric Avenue ska and reggae showcase at Characters NYC on Saturday 11/16 features a rare east coast appearance by Chris Murray (AKA Venice Shoreline Chris), supported by The Ladrones (latin ska/punk) and Rude Boy George (reggae and ska version of 80's new wave). Murray is a unique force in today's music scene. Born in Toronto, he earned a strong reputation as a dynamic performer and gifted songwriter as leader of influential Canadian ska group King Apparatus. Upon the band's breakup, he relocated to Los Angeles, emerging as a solo artist. As host of Bluebeat Lounge (2003-2009), a popular weekly concert series focusing on reggae and ska, Murray promoted more than 350 shows over seven years at Hollywood's Knitting Factory. His musical journeys have taken him throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe, the UK, Ireland, Japan, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, and Indonesia. Don't miss this unique chance to see him in the New York metro area!
BUSAN, South Korea, October 31 – INDIGENOUS people from 50 countries will urge the World Council of Churches to call on governments to ensure their rights to ecological justice, self-determination and participation in the economy. A resolution to the WCC 10th Assembly is expected to call on the council to show real support towards the support of indigenous people, including those in the Pacific. Reverend Rex Reyes Junior of the Philippines said governments around the world had tried to use the issue of common identity or one people as a way to disenfranchise indigenous persons or remove their rights to land and resources. Rev Reyes said that while national unity was a commendable ideal, it should not be done at the expense of native landowners. Pacific delegates from Fiji, New Zealand, Maohi (French Polynesia), Niue and West Papua attended the assembly and heard that there was a global trend towards sidelining indigenous issues by promoting the one-nation concept. “Indigenous peoples through the gener ...
2014 Budget IT will be very interesting to note the upcoming address of the 2014 National Budget by the Prime Minister on November 8, something the nation anticipates yearly. As a nation, we sure do look forward, as budget announcements are well addressed and given a lot of considerations to the many millions allocated to the various government departments. One thing that the nation also needs to look at with great interest is the accountability and transparency of such funds. Millions of taxpayers' money must be accounted for, to the public. You and I have the right to know. In an Open Budget Survey, published this year, Fiji scored only 6 per cent out of 100. Our Melanesian brother, Papua New Guinea scored with a passing of 56 per cent. Our brothers in the northern hemisphere, The People's Republic of China scored 11 per cent; South Korea scored a total of 75 per cent. New Zealand therefore, topped with 93 per cent in the Asia Pacific region. Now, Fiji has a lot to work on. In terms of keeping true to t ...
Parang gusto ko lang magtravel around the world. Gusto kong itinerary: Cebu to Manila to HongKong to Dubai to Paris by plane. Then Paris to London via Train. Then cruise with Cunard Lines via Trans Atlantic Crossing from Southampton to New York. From New York, land trip to Fort Lauderdale in Florida. Cruise again via the largest cruise ship in the world, Oasis of the Seas of Royal Carribean to the Carribean Islands like Bahamas, St. Maarten, Puerto Rico and Grenadines. Back to Florida, take a flight to Bora-Bora in French Polynesia via Los Angeles and Papeetee.. Sail through the wind from Papeetee to Auckland in New Zealand down to Sydney in Australia and visit the Koala's and Kangaroo's. Take a flight up north to Seoul, South Korea then to Tokyo and Shanghai to Beijing and Taipei.
National News Headlines • Clive Palmer is demanding more resources for his party after securing a voting bloc deal that will see him control the balance of power in the Senate. • The Prime Minister says he’s optimistic about securing Free Trade agreements with China, South Korea and Japan • The Abbott Government is set to launch a High Court challenge against the ACT's same-sex marriage scheme as soon as it becomes law. • A judge rejects a proposal for Gina Rinehart's daughter Bianca to replace her as head of a family trust. Sport • Indian batting great Sachin Tendulkar says he’ll play his 200th and final test match next month. • Sonny Bill Williams has been given less than two weeks to decide whether he will return to New Zealand Rugby Union next year or play another season with Sydney Roosters.
Regent Seven Seas to Return to South Pacific, Africa, Asia Regent Seven Seas Cruises will return to the South Pacific for the first time in five years and visit new ports in Africa and Asia as part of its 2014-15 winter program. In total, the cruise line will operate 48 itineraries and 19 Extended Voyages to more than 200 destinations in 75 countries. The collection, which runs from November 2014 through May 2015, includes 23 new destinations from Busan, South Korea, to Zadar, Croatia. The Seven Seas Mariner will open the season with a 34-night voyage from Miami to Papeete, Tahiti. New ports of call include Corinto, Nicaragua; Nawiliwili (Kauai) and Kahului (Maui), Hawaii; Nuku Hiva, Marquesas Islands; and Fakarava, French Polynesia. The ship then heads down to New Zealand and Australia and in March 2015 will explore South America. The Seven Seas Voyager will begin its season in Dubai and travel to Cape Town, South Africa, and then to Singapore. Maiden ports of call explored in November and December 2014 ...
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United Nations For a Free Tibet Sad news: Geshe Sonam Rinchen passed away this morning in Dharmasala. Many of us knew him and are deeply saddened by his passing. Om mane padme Hum The following copied from public information: Geshe Sonam Rinchen was born in Trehor region of Kham in Eastern Tibet in 1933. In 1945, he joined Dhargyey Monastery, and entered the monastic university of Sera in Lhasa in 1952, where he studied until he was forced to flee Tibet in 1959. In India he completed his studies for the degree of Geshe Lharampa which he received in 1980. He also received the degree of Acarya from the Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies in Sarnath. He was appointed resident teacher at the Library of Tibetan Works and Archives in Dharamshala, India in 1978, where he teaches Buddhist philosophy and practice, mainly to westerners. He has also taught in Japan, Australia, Great Britain, South Korea, Ireland, New Zealand and Switzerland. Some of his Authored Books: Atisha's Lamp for the Path to Enlighten ...
On Thursday 19th September, 28 Greenpeace International activists and two freelance photojournalists were arrested under armed guard off the Russian coast after a peaceful protest against Arctic oil drilling. Peaceful activism is vital when governments fail to respond to catastrophic climate change. This Saturday October 5th, thousands of people across the world will join a global day of solidarity for the Arctic 30. Find and join your city in Canada, United States, Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, South Africa, Senegal, Israel, Turkey, Greece, Bulgaria, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Hungary, Austria, Germany, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Japan, South Korea, China, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Australia or New Zealand is calling on everyone who knows it’s time to take action on climate change to stand with our brave friends this Saturday. Join!
I'm mortified of what will happen with a national healthcare plan! I mean just look at what happened in New Zealand, United Kingdom, Sweden, Iceland, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Japan, Canada, Australia, Italy, Portugal, Greece, Spain, South Korea, Taiwan, Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Holland, Switzerland... They're coming for us next!
The World’s Most Educated Country Is… Based on a study conducted by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), 24/7 Wall St. compiled a list of the 10 countries with the highest proportion of college-educated adult residents. Topping the charts is Canada — the only nation in the world where more than half its residents can proudly hang college degrees up on their walls. In 2010, 51% of the population had completed a tertiary education, which takes into account both undergraduate and graduate degrees. Canada commanded the top spot in the last study in 2000, but even still has shown serious improvement. A decade ago, only 40% of the nation’s population had a college degree. Snagging the number two most-educated spot was Israel, which trailed Canada by 5%. Japan, the U.S., New Zealand and South Korea all ranked with more than 40% of citizens having a higher-education degree. The top 10 most-educated countries are: 1. Canada 2. Israel 3. Japan 4. United States 5. New Zealand 6. ...
THE Asian Shippers' Council (ASC) and the European Shipper Council (ESC) have come out against mandatory container weighing and verification ahead of talks at the UN's International Maritime Organisation in London. The ASC and ESC called on the parties taking part in the decision-making at the IMO "to reject these proposals" that are being made without proper analysis of the impact", reported Lloyd's Loading List. The ASC represents shippers' councils in Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea, China, Macau, Taiwan, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Australia, Fiji, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. The ASC argues that compulsory rules are not required and it should be enough to add guidance to the relevant sections of the UN's Safety of Life at Sea Convention. Agreeing, the European Shippers' Council, along with the European and international freight forwarders associations Fiata and Clecat as well as the European terminal operators group Feport, say c ...
***Extract (easy to print) from Food Recipes HQ of 11 Banned Food Ingredients Still Allowed in the U.S.A. **1. BHA (Butylated Hydroxyanisole) and BHT (Butylated Hydroxytoluene) Many chips, sausages and cereals contain butylated hydroxyanisole and butylated hydroxytoluene in their ingredient lists. The waxy substances act as preservatives, keeping foods from becoming rancid. While BHA and BHT have been “generally recognized as safe” by the U.S. FDA, they remain controversial. Both substances may have some disease-fighting properties, but they’ve also been shown to raise cancer risks in animal tests, according to the U.S. National Toxicology Program. Both BHA and BHT are banned from foods in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Japan and throughout Europe. **2. Azodicarbonamide In the U.S., it’s also used to enhance texture of soft white breads, including hamburger buns at McDonald’s and Burger King. Azodicarbonamide is banned in Australia, the U.K. and European countries. What’s more, if you add azo ...
Kiwi (New Zealand) Evangelist Owen John Pomana blowing the shofar in South Korea
- would love to get to New Zealand and South Korea. :)
In a move that surprised John Key, South Korea has decided to resume Free Trade talks with New Zealand, four years after they stopped.
CRUDE INTEL: Subject: China & (South Korea?) This Intel is not hypothesis based, or, astractual in its matter. It was collected from an unexpected reliable source. It is about China future war in Australia. The US; as Obama made a tour to Australia, did indeed form a military co-operation between the US, & Australia against China. "If China would attack Australia, after it has occupied New Zealand, the US & Australia would join up against China, & defeat it”. Another Intel matter suggests that, “the South Koreans”, as advised, by the US, on behalf of New Zealand, to “the South Korean president”; (the, the South Koreans), are not allowed to travel abroad, or they will be a risk to New Zealand”
I'm off to America and Canada ey! I found out two days ago and leave in about two weeks! The only one representing my family and New Zealand in Washington, D.C. and presenting how to continue the legacy of the Korean War and my grandfathers efforts. I hope they understand my accent! I'm going to visit some of my amazing Canadian friends I was lucky enough to meet in Peace Camp in South Korea this time last year. Then off to explore New York and Los Angeles with one of my favourite cousins. Please let me know any places I should definitely go see while I'm over there. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity and I'd like to make the most of it!!
Kanga Cup The committee wish our U14a Boys team the best of luck next week as they participate in the Kanga Cup in Canberra, the tournament runs from 7th to 12th of July. The Kanga Cup is the largest International Youth Football Tournament in the Southern Hemisphere. Held annually each July in Canberra, Australia. The week long event proudly champions the mission of ‘Uniting the Youth of the World through Football’. The Kanga Cup is run by Capital Football, the governing body for football in Canberra. The tournament is sanctioned by the Football Federation Australia and the Asian Football Confederation. Previous participating teams of the Kanga Cup have hailed from Australia, United States of America, England, Denmark, Italy, Russia, Georgia, South Africa, South Korea, Chinese Taipei, Malaysia, Philippines, India, Indonesia, East Timor, Fiji, New Zealand and others. The tournament is open to clubs and schools. The Kanga Cup is for male and female teams Under 10 to Under 18. Three divisions are availab ...
Nigeria's U20 team, the Flying Eagles, will be gunning for a win in Thursday's final U20 World Cup Group B match against South Korea to earn an automatic passage to the round of 16, officials of the team have stated. The Flying Eagles are third in the standings with three points from two matches with Korea second on four points. Portugal is top also on four points but are widely expected to crush bottom team, Cuba, to go through. So it is really a battle for second place between Nigeria and Korea, which the Flying Eagles aim to win. "We have to beat South Korea on Thursday," declared Nigeria U20 assistant coach, Jurgen Press. "We don't want to subject ourselves to the lottery of finishing as one of the four third best teams going into the next round." Second place in Group B will also ensure the Flying Eagles stay put in Istanbul to take on the runners-up of Group F, which has Uzbekistan, Croatia, Uruguay and New Zealand. The Flying Eagles have detailed information about their Thursday opponent having wat ...
"Even when you think you have no more to give, when a friend cries out to you . . . you will find the strength to help." 60years ago yesterday, North Korea invaded South Korea by surprise. And South Korea's 17 brave friends came to rescue. In the face of 1,642,600 Soviet/Chinese/North Korean invaders, South Korea and its friends were severely out numbered and out gunned. But they did not back down, and pushed the invaders back. From this tragic war, many strong friendships were established. South Korea will never forget the sacrifice of its friends. South Korea will never forget that we owe our current glory and prosperous economy to these friends. As a citizen of South Korea, I thank you all. Without your valor and sacrifice, I would not be here today. -United States -United Kingdom -Australia -Belgium -Canada -Colombia -Ethiopia -France -Greece -Luxembourg -Netherlands -New Zealand -Philippines -South Africa -Thailand -Turkey
Jenny Maskelyn said: Will there ever be a place for women in politics in Australia now they have destroyed the best? After all we are still fighting for rights we thought we had 40 years ago. We are still expected to endure the vile running commentary of male privilege. They don't have these debates in more civilised places. We don't hear about rampant misogyny in conservative societies like Thailand, South Korea and the Philippines. Or in Bangladesh, a Muslim majority country. Or in Indonesia under Megawati. Britain under Thatcher. Or in Israel under Golda Meir. Or New Zealand with two consecutive Prime Ministers, one conservative and one Labour. We didn't hear it in India under Indira Gandhi. We certainly don't hear it in Myanmar where Aung San Suu Kyi attracts the same sort of veneration as Nelson Mandela does in South Africa. We have a real possibility that the next US President will be a woman. And Benazir Bhutto, in a turbulent and violent country dominated in parts by the misogynist Taliban, was as ...
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Important Message given June 18th 2013 by Sri Sri 1008 Mahamandaleshwar Adishakti Satigiri Ji Maharaj of Kedarnath “Sri Sri Maa Maharaj sympathises with the people affected by the current tragedy in India, and regrets that many innocent people are suffering. Sri Sri Maa Maharaj wants to share some essential truths about the present state of the Himalayas of India. She has recently been meditating at the temples in Gauri Kund and Kedarnath, but left abruptly on 12th June for South Korea to conduct a spritual program. It was a miracle that her visa to visit Korea was approved by the embassy in just two days, and it was clear that Lord Shiva wanted her to quickly depart from the Himalayas. Sri Sri Maa Maharaj is currently in Busan for a meditation retreat with disciples from Korea, New Zealand and Taiwan. For the past six or seven years she has been living in the Himalayas around Kedarnath, Gauri Kund and Triyuginarayan and performing spiritual sadhana. Maharaj has visited all the Hindu temples and met th ...
March, 2013 GK 30th March: • BJP announces core team. Varun Gandhi, Amit Shah, Rajiv Pratap Rudy, JP Nanda and Murlidhar Rao were elevated as the party's General Secretary by the BJP president Rajnath Singh. • Serena Williams win Miami masters open Tennis Tournament for record sixth time. • Social activist Anna Hazare started his ‘Jantantra Yatra’ from Jallianwala Bagh. 29th March: • North Korea declares ''state of war'' against South Korea. • Former Pakistan President Musharraf barred from going out of Pak. 28th March: • Nelson Mandela admitted in hospital with lung infection in Johannesburg. • New Zealand batsman Jesse Ryder is in hospital at Christchurch after suffering serious head injuries in an altercation outside a local bar. 27th March: • India celebrates Holi. • 2,290 rhinos found in Kaziranga National Park, Assam as per the census conducted in the park. • Tiger Woods regained his world no. 1 spot in PGA rankings after he win The Arnold Palmer Invitation at Orlando, Flo .. ...
The British Lions are in action again this morning against The Brumbies at 11am! There's World Cup 2014 Qualifiers today between Australia and Iraq 10.30am, Uzbekistan v Qatar and South Korea v Iran at 1pm, Jordan v Oman at 5pm. UEFA Under 21 Championship Final between Italy and Spain at 5pm Live Racing from Ascot, Brighton, Thirsk and kempton Park from 1.15pm Rugby Union and the Junior World Championship Semi Finals between Wales and South Africa at 5.15pm and then New Zealand v England at 7.45pm
Remember The McDonalds McDLT? It was on their menu from (1985 to 1991). That was the best Burger in the History of McDonalds. Then they made something called the McLean Delux which was almost the same thing as a McDLT. Then they cancelled it. The Problem I have with McDonalds is that everytime they come out with a decent burger, they turn around and cancel it off the menu after a year or two. I went to McDonalds today to get the McAngus Delux and discovered it too is now cancelled. I had to leave and go to Burger King to get a Whopper w/Cheese . AND did you know that McDonalds still has the McDLT Outside of North America (U.S. & Canada). Since it was introduced in 1985, the McDLT has become McDonalds Franchise Best Known "signature" most popular Burger in places like Australia, New Zealand, Argentina, The Phillipines, Brazil and South Korea. . but they haven't sold it in North America since 1991.
Diablo III Coming on September 3 to Xbox 360 & PS3 A new legion of heroes will soon rise up and take a stand against the Lord of Terror. On September 3, Diablo III will make its console debut on the Sony PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system and the Xbox 360 games and entertainment system from Microsoft in the U.S., Canada, Spanish-speaking Latin America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. In preparation for the upcoming launch, select retailers in these regions are now taking preorders for the PS3™ and Xbox 360 versions of the game, which will be available at a suggested retail price of $59.99. Both console versions of Diablo III will be fully localized in English, German, French, Latin American Spanish, European Spanish, Russian, Italian, Polish, and Brazilian Portuguese. Further release details, including retail availability in Brazil, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Southeast Asia, will be announced at a later date. The console versions of Diablo III have been custom-tailored for gamepad- ...
Bali to host forum for East Asia-Latin America cooperation Jakarta (ANTARA News) - Bali province is to host the 6th Ministerial Meeting of members of Forum for East Asia and Latin America Cooperation (FEALAC) next June 13-14 in Badung district, Foreign Affairs Ministry`s Director General for America and Europe Affairs Dian Triansyah Djani said here on Monday. "Countries in East Asia and Latin America enjoy stable economic growth during the past years. Trade between countries in the two regions covers 30 percent of total world trade with combination of GDP reaching 34 percent of the world`s total GDP. Indonesia sees this situation as an opportunity for countries in both regions to boost cooperation in various sectors," he said. FEALAC was established in 1999 as an informal forum to link Asian and Latin American countries. As the only forum bridging the two regions, FEALAC has recently developed its membership to include 33 countries, 15 from Asia (10 ASEAN member countries, China, Japan, South Korea, Austr ...
Nepal Tourism Board Press Release June 2, 2013 Resilience in Visitor Arrivals The month of May 2013 saw resilience in visitor arrivals after decline in the month of March and April, 2013. The figures released by Immigration Office, Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) reveal that visitor arrivals in the month of May 2013, compared to the same month last year, have increased by 3.1% to 44,156. Arrivals from Asia (other than South Asia) have also recorded healthy growth of almost 48% in aggregate. There has been growth of 43.6% in visitor arrivals from China which is one of the fastest growing tourist markets for Nepal. Visitor arrivals from Japan, Malaysia, South Korea and Thailand have registered a positive growth of 5.6%, 142.7%, 40.9%, and 47.1% respectively. However, visitor arrivals from Singapore have registered marginal negative growth of 3% only. The arrivals from South Asian region have recorded negative growth of 8.1% with Bangladesh (12.7%) and Sri Lanka (27.4%) registering positive growth. V . ...
World Bank Finds 60 Carbon Pricing Systems Worldwide - In Place or in Development Some Highlights From the Article: This wide-ranging assessment comes from no less an authority than the World Bank, which announced their findings this week in a new report "Mapping Carbon Pricing Initiatives: Developments and Prospects." Bank report highlights cap and trade systems in the EU, California, Kazakhstan, New Zealand, Quebec, the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, and regional markets in Japan, as well as South Korea's developing system. In addition, CARBON TAXES are cited in: Australia, British Columbia, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Norway, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. Even more promising, the Bank's report does not fully consider China's fledgling system, which has begun pilot programs in major cities and will roll out nationally in 2020 Here's the full article, as a link and then as text: Bank Finds 60 Carbon Pricing Systems In Place Or In Development May 31, 2013 - by Silvio Marc ...
Did you know that the Virtual Recitals are currently being viewed from South Korea, Austria, India, Taiwan, Cyprus, France, Iraq, Ecuador, Spain, United Kingdom, New Zealand, Canada, Japan, Turkey, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Philippines, Thailand, Singapore, Brazil, Hong Kong, Russia, Poland, Poland, Argentina and continuing to expand to other countries? We think that's pretty cool. :)
The region has a combined population of about 537 million, and an area of around 4.5 million square kilometers. 492. It aims at accelerating economic growth, social progress and cultural development in the region along with the maintenance of regional peace and stability by respecting justice and the rule of law. 493. It also aims at maintaining friendly relations among countries in the region, and by adhering to the principles of the United Nations Charter. 494. ASEAN held its first summit in 1976 in Bali, Indonesia. 495. ASEAN's highest decision-making body is the ASEAN summit. 496. In 2003, the ASEAN leaders agreed for the establishment of ASEAN Community-the ASEAN Security Community, the ASEAN Economic Community and the ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community. 497. In addition, ASEAN has established dialogue partnerships with the United States, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the European Union, South Korea, China, Russia and India. 498. Ethanol is a clean-burning, high-octane fuel produced from ...
A meeting of officials of Asia-Pacific economies agreed on Thursday to try to conclude a pact in 2015 to set up a Free Trade zone. The ten ASEAN member nations and six other countries -- Japan, China, South Korea, India, Australia and New Zealand -- made the agreement at a meeting in Siem Reap, Camb...
Getting lost. It was the day before Waitangi Day, the national day of New Zealand. My sons and I went out for a walk at 10 o'clock in the evening. We were talking to each other about their new friends, new school life, favorite web cartoons and their father we left in South Korea. We laughed much, but felt that we missed him. Because of holiday, many people were having parties and most of the lights were still on. we also tried to use a path we had never used before. And when we decided to go back, we were lost. There are many roundabouts in New Zealand, located in the centre of the road, and all drivers have to go around them when changing direction. New Zealanders, also called the Kiwis, are good at keeping direction, but new-comers find it difficult. And the houses in New Zealand are very similar, campard to South Korea. So we also had to find the road to go home, but we couldn't. We asked a police man in a police car, and other walkers. And we turned on Google Maps on the phone, but we couldn't find t ...
Like I though. The US is not in any theater and gets the least scratches while gaining the most of the chaos. Objective to delete the US 17 trillion debt owed to the world. What will be the sides of World War 3? Answer: Assuming it happens it should look something like this... Side 1: United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Israel, Canada, Poland, Australia, Italy, Denmark, South Korea, Philippines, Japan (only if its neutrality is violated), Saudi Arabia, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Turkey, Portugal, Georgia, Morocco, New Zealand, Taiwan, Qatar, Bahrain, Vietnam, Thailand, India, Norway, and Iceland vs Side 2: Russia, China, Iran, North Korea, Lebanon, Syria, Pakistan, Burma, Egypt, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Estonia, Argentina, Latvia, Kyrgyzstan, Cuba, Afghanistan (according to Afghan President Hamid Karzai, Afghanistan would join Pakistan in war), Tajikistan, and Mongolia (I am assuming Mongolia would be forced to aid Russia and China in the war effort) There would probably be les ...
MARCH 2nd NEWS: NATIONAL NEWS: VISA ON ARRIVAL FOR TOURISTS FROM 16 NATIONS SOON: CHIRU Union Minister of State for Tourism K. Chiranjeevi has submitted proposals to Union Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde, seeking to extend visa-on-arrival for tourists from 16 countries. Earlier, a ‘Tourist Visa-on-Arrival’ (TVOA) scheme was introduced on a pilot basis for a year from January 1, 2010 for those flying in from Singapore, New Zealand, Luxembourg, Japan and Finland. The 16 countries proposed now include Germany, France, Spain, Poland, Sweden, Norway, Russia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Brazil, South Africa, Thailand, Malaysia, Brunei and South Korea. Earlier, the TVOA scheme was extended to six more countries – Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, the Philippines, Indonesia and Myanmar – whose tourists would arrive at New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata airports. Proposal The Tourism Ministry has also proposed extension of the scheme at more airports such as Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Kochi, Goa, Bodh Gaya an ...
Global Economic Overview (Franklin Templeton) -In the US, the Dow Jones Industrial Average ended January near its record high, with the strongest monthly return in more than a year. -Hundreds of banks that borrowed from the Long-Term Refinancing Operations in late 2011 took an early option to repay more than a quarter of the loan amount, which much exceeded expectations and reduced the size of the European Central Bank’s balance sheet. -Asia’s lagging equity market performance in January was partly due to market declines in Malaysia and South Korea, yet New Zealand had a robust monthly return -Strong appreciation in many Latin American currencies pressured the region’s exporters and worsened industrial weakness in Brazil, Argentina and Chile as production contracted in December. Source: Franklin Templeton
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I am still absolutely flummoxed as to how the *** Lydia Ko did not win the Sportswoman of the year at the Halberg awards or indeed the supreme award. Is she of the wrong ethnicity? In a truly global sport she excelled, whereas minority sports such as rowing, shot put get a free ride to the awards. The white old boys network definitely rules. I am sure that I am not alone in feeling that Lydia Ko has been disrespected - she is not emerging she is already there. I hope that she does not choose to represent South Korea, the land of her birth, rather than New Zealand - I wouldn't blame her if she did.
Asian shares traded cautiously early morning with most regional indexes in the green with the exception of South Korea, as markets await trading cues from the G20 meeting of finance and central bank officials over the weekend. Japan's Nikkei share average rebounded, as markets largely dismissed a contraction in GDP in the months of October-December and exporter shares benefited from a weak yen. The benchmark index added 0.1 percent to 11,269.8 points in early trade. The Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) dipped 0.07 percent to 1,975.1. Australian shares crept up 0.2 percent in cautious trade as investors awaited results from blue chip miner Rio Tinto, which could determine whether the market will continue its bull-run. The benchmark S&P/ASX 200 held steady at 5,011.8 points. New Zealand's benchmark NZX 50 index rose 0.2 percent to 4,229.6. Currently SGXNIFTY trading flat which indicates flat opening today. 1st Support expected in NIFTY around 5920. In upside 5950 will work as 1st resistance. SBIN n ...
3G next 4G comes up .4G is the fourth generation of mobile phone mobile communications standards. It is a successor of the third generation (3G) standards. A 4G system provides mobile ultra- broadband Internet access, for example to laptops with USB wireless modems , to smartphones, and to other mobile devices. Conceivable applications include amended mobile web access, IP telephony , gaming services, high- definition mobile TV , video conferencing, 3D television and Cloud Computing. Two 4G candidate systems are commercially deployed: the Mobile WiMAX standard (at first in South Korea in 2006), and the first-release Long Term Evolution (LTE) standard (in Oslo, Norway since 2009). It has however been debated if these first-release versions should be considered to be 4G or not, as discussed in the technical definition section below. In the U.S., Sprint Nextel has deployed Mobile WiMAX networks since 2008, and MetroPCS was the first operator to offer LTE service in 2010. USB wireless modems have been avail . ...
"Like a G6" is a song from Far East Movement's 2010 album Free Wired. The track features female vocals by Dev and male vocals by Far East Movement. It was written and produced by The Cataracs. It was number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 for two weeks ending November 6, 2010, and then again for the week of November 27 of the same year. It is one of only eight singles in Billboard history to return to after two or more other singles had succeeded it in that position. The song has also topped the charts in New Zealand and South Korea and reached the top ten in the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Belgium, the Netherlands, Thailand, Sweden, Switzerland and Slovakia. Many questions surround the meaning of "G6." Some believed it to be a reference to the Pontiac G6; however, Kev Nish clarified that the G6 reference is to an airplane, a Gulfstream IV (G4) hyperbole. "A G6 is not a Gatorade flavour. It's not a car, convertible, four-door. It's not a watch," group member Kev Nish told MTV News. "But Drake, Dr ...
AMONG THE TOP JUSTIN SELLERS - The Vicksburg Post Vicksburg native Lamarshal Davis slows for a look at the Vicksburg Riverfront Murals, this one depicting the last of the ferries on the Mississippi River that connected Mississippi and Louisiana, before the U.S. 80 bridge was built in 1930. Vicksburg a ‘must-see’ in AAA magazines By Josh Edwards jedwards Vicksburg, through its antebellum and Civil War history, has earned its place among the world’s elite travel destinations. The city this month is ranked among the top 13 travel destinations for 2013 by AAA’s “Southern Traveler” and “Midwest Traveler” magazines. Only three other destinations — Orlando, Fla., Las Vegas and San Francisco — are inside the U.S. The rest of the list reads like a world traveler’s fantasy and include Sri Lanka, South Korea and Christchurch, New Zealand. Inclusion on the list is one of the best things to happen to the Vicksburg travel industry in years, said Bill Seratt, executive director of Vicksburg Visitor ...
Bucket List (places to go and things to do) Bora Bora, Hawaii, New Zealand, London, Dubai, Switzerland, Italy, Barbados, Tobago, Alaskan cruise, Las Vegas(which i will be going for my birthday), Trinidad, Niagara Falls, vancouver, St Thomas, Grand Canyon, Dominican Republic, Turkey, Iceland,Paris, South Korea, Montenegro, China and Sri Lanka!
Rape exists in practically all today's societies, even in those states where no official data is available until now. According to the UN reports, rape occurs frequently in the following countries: Afghanistan, Guyana, Cambodia, Colombia, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, Pakistan, Peru, on the Philippines, in the Slovak Republic Swaziland, Taiwan, Trinidad And Tobago, Uganda and Zaire. In Germany, El Salvador, Micronesia, Ireland, Jordan, Kenya, Peru, the Seychelles, Sweden and Tajikistan, a more or less large increase in rape has been observed in recent times. Only in Mauritania, Laos, Georgia and Tunisia does rape appear to occur less. The actual number of instances of rape is far from being recorded in full, since the unreported number is extremely high. Frequently, the number of reports made to the police is taken as being correct. A study carried out in Canada, New Zealand, Great Britain, the USA and South Korea concluded than 8 to 15% of women had been raped at a young adult age. If the number of attempt ...
Wow! I was looking at the "reach" thingy in the admin part of the page and I again looked at the countries Olly is reaching. Countries 3,771 United States of America 84 Canada 42 United Kingdom 33 Australia 12 South Africa 4 Germany 4 South Korea 4 Ireland 3 Philippines 3 India 3 Egypt 3 Sweden 3 Japan 2 New Zealand 2 Mexico 2 Malaysia 1 Puerto Rico 1 Uganda 1 Senegal 1 Jordan SO. let's do a location call? Where are YOU from Team SuperBean? We are in Central California!
Congratulations to:- Australia, United States,, United Kingdom, Canada, Netherlands, Belgium, New Zealand , India, Hong Kong, The Philippines, Japan, Italy, France, Singapore, Germany, Turkey, Spain, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Ireland, Malaysia, Brazil, Israel, Portugal, Thailand, Argentina, Poland, Indonesia, Bahrain, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Chile, South Korea, Sweden, Hungary, Vietnam, Colombia, Russia, Norway, Jamaica, Trinidad And Tobago, South Africa, Grenada, Cyprus, Denmark, Pakistan, Malta, Greece and The Maldives! You made into The Mr Arthur's Puppets Top 50 Watching Nations List. If your country is not in the list you can fix this by watching episodes of Mr Arthur's Puppets on Youtube. The list is in order of the number of views. You can lift your country's placing by watching more episodes. 97 countries are already involved. Can you catch Australia and USA? :)
The Allentown Soldiers have been invited to participate in Hawaii at the World Youth Basketball Tournament presented by Sports Authority 2013 invitational July 26th - July 30th in the Boys High School Division A — Ages 17U and 18U, graduated seniors are okay to play. in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. We have invited this organization because of their positive impact they have made in their players lives, mentoring them on and off the court. This is a lifetime opportunity and there will be many cultural exchanges. Teams from China, Dubai, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, American Samoa, Guam, and Canada have played at WYBT, as well as players that are now playing in the NBA. We have no registration fee, just our Hotel Package Deal which includes 6 nights and all hotel taxes and all tournament events listed: Tournament Features: 1. Six Games Per Team 2. WYBT Opening Ceremonies Cultural Exchange Show 3. Exclusive WYBT Circle Island Party Tour (No rental cars needed!) 4. Professional Referees, Scorers and Tim ...
MEDIA RELEASE FROM ROWING AUSTRALIA World’s best heading to Sydney International Rowing Regatta Thursday, 20 December 2012 Three months out from the event, over 300 of the world’s best rowers from over 20 countries have confirmed they will be competing at the inaugural Sydney International Rowing Regatta, which will be held at the Sydney International Regatta Centre in Penrith from the 18 to 24 March 2013. Great Britain, Germany and New Zealand, who topped the medal ranks at the London 2012 Olympic Rowing Regatta, have confirmed their attendance as well as strong rowing nations such as Canada, China and the USA. Great Britain and New Zealand will have the biggest teams with 60 athletes arriving in mid-March, including many of their London 2012 Olympians and Olympic medallists. Smaller teams will amongst others come from Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore, Estonia and France – the latter including their 2012 Olympic silver medal winning men’s pair with Germain Chardin and Dorian Mortelette. Host c . ...
Asian Nations Must Look to Neighbors as Partners: When President Obama made his first post-election international trip last month to Southeast Asia, his message was clear: as Asia becomes the driver of global politics in the coming decades, the U.S. is strategica...lly reorienting its presence in the region. But the U.S. is not the only one that recognizes a need for reorientation – Asia itself does too. In November, 16 Asia-Pacific nations – the 10 ASEAN nations and their six major regional trading partners, Australia, China, India, Japan, New Zealand, and South Korea – announced that they would begin negotiations on a sweeping new trade pact, the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership. According to the Center for Strategic and International Studies, this grouping “includes more than 3 billion people, has a combined GDP of about $17 trillion, and accounts for about 40 percent of world trade.” While the scope of this regional initiative is impressive, it need not be viewed as rivalrous to t ...
We hope that you have enjoyed reading our 2012 volumes on such cinematic territories as Britain, China, Eastern Europe, Iran, Japan, and Spain. More great volumes to come in 2013, including Finland, India, Latin America, South Korea, Sweden, and Turkey, plus second volumes on American Independent, Australia/New Zealand, and Germany!
International reaction from Australia, China, India, Japan, New Zealand, Russia, South Korea, the United Kingdom, United Nations and The United States of America. Includes images of the satellite launch and Mission Control, Pyongyang.
Hawaiian Airlines seeks 240 new flight attendants 1 Print Email, 4 hours ago HONOLULU (AP) — Hawaiian Airlines plans to hire 240 new flight attendants as it continues expanding. The Honolulu-based airline will start holding group interviews on Wednesday for 2,600 people. The applicants being interviewed have all registered beforehand. Hawaiian is especially interested in hiring Mandarin-speaking flight attendants. The airline on Monday announced it would start flying nonstop from Honolulu to Taipei next summer. The route comes after the U.S. decided to allow Taiwanese travelers to come to the U.S. without obtaining a visa before their trip. Hawaiian is also studying the best way to enter the mainland China market. The airline has been rapidly expanding, launching new routes to South Korea, Japan and New York City in recent years. In March, Hawaiian will begin direct flights to Auckland, New Zealand.
Visas Citizens of Albania, Andorra, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Australia, Bahrain, Barbados, Belize, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Brazil, Brunei, Canada, Costa Rica, Chile, The European Union, Iran, Iceland, India, Iraq, Israel, Japan, Kuwait, Liechtenstein, Malaysia, Mauritius, Mexico, Monaco, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, Panama, Philippines, Qatar, Russia,Saint Kitts and Nevis, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Seychelles, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Switzerland, Thailand, Trinidad And Tobago, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United States, Uruguay, Vatican City and CIS nations need no visa to visit Georgia for up to 360 days (Russia— up to 90 days, visas not required since March 2012) [2]. If you’re not from one of the above countries, you can get a visa from a Georgian embassy or consulate. Visas are also issued at the official road and air (but not rail or sea) entry points into Georgia. The standard fee for a 90-day, single-entry 'ordinary' visa, which covers tourism, is 60 GEL or ...
I know how the world is gonna end. It all makes sense now. China and Japan are gonna go to war over the Senkaku/Daiyu islands, and because of our formal military agreement with the empire of the rising sun, we'll have to jump in to defend them, the Philippines and Vietnam will jump in on our side so they can break the Chinese grip on the South China Sea, NATO will jump in on our side, Iran and North Korea with the Chinese, Australia and New Zealand with us, the GCC (Saudi Kuwait UAE, Morroco, Jordan and Oman) with us (primarily to check Iran while they can, Israel too, the Chinese will stir up conflict in Syria and stage bases there (perfect staging ground for a thrust into resource rich Africa or a swipe at Europe) South Korea will stage a mid-game offensive on the North, leaving Manchuria vulnerable to modern forces, Iraqi and Afghan forces will send small contingents with us to gain experience in modern warfare. Xi Jinping and the new Chinese leadership might be able to use this current state of hyped ...
pretty much, too bad so many of the job this creates end up in other countries. "RNC Chair Reince Priebus: What do Finnish cars, Mexican solar panels, and Danish windmills have in common? They were all funded by your tax dollars. Thanks to President Obama, taxpayer money, mostly in the form of stimulus funds, ended up in the hands of companies overseas. Instead of creating jobs in America, the stimulus and other Obama policies created jobs or sent money to Finland, New Zealand, Indonesia, India, Mexico, Germany, Australia, Switzerland, China, Denmark, South Korea, the Dominican Republic, Thailand, Vietnam, Italy, Russia, Luxembourg, El Salvador, Great Britain, Spain, Japan, and France. How did this happen? Consider the example of Fisker Automotive. The company received $500 million in loan guarantees from the U.S. government to produce electric cars. Then they took their money and decided to produce their $100,000 electric sports cars in Finland. President Obama's policies may be spurring job creation in ...
During the Vietnam War, from 1961 to 1971, US forces through Operation Ranch Hand sprayed nearly 80 million litrrs of herbicides over South Vietnam, of which 61% was Agent Orange containing at least 366kg of dioxin, the most toxic substance known to science. Since the First International Conference of Victims of Agent Orange in 2006, there has been greater public understanding and awareness of the dangers of Agent Orange/dioxin to humans and to the environment. More diseases have been officially recognised as being due to exposure to Agent Orange. Along with the Vietnamese people, many others around the world have become victims of this toxic weapon of mass destruction. Soldiers in the US, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand were exposed during the time they fought in Vietnam, and now their children and grandchildren are suffering as well. People in the US, Canada, South Korea, Puerto Rico, Australia, New Zealand and other areas were exposed because they lived near or worked in areas where the US force ...
Here is the diverse list of countries from the Wikipedia article on Universal Health Care that all have Universal Health Care: Argentina, Australia, Bhutan, Brazil, Brunei, Canada, Chile, China, Costa Rica, Cuba, Hong Kong, India , Israel, Japan, Kuwait, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, North Korea, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Seychelles, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Trinidad And Tobago, UAE, Uruguay, and Venezuela, along with virtually all of Europe. All of them provide more coverage to more people at lower cost than the US. Isnt it time we had a better dialogue about how to change this picture?
Asia-Pacific embraces Tsvangirai as it prepares for post-Mugabe era Those with the proclivity to label MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai a puppet or creation of the West were left with egg on their face especially in the past few days as the Asia-Pacific region opened up to his imminent ascendancy to the presidency of the new Zimbabwe. Not long ago, the MDC president was accorded an honorary doctorate in South Korea. Those who think that North Korea and China are more significant than South Korea and hence saw this development as a non-event, were again forced to do some serious introspection when China, a giant of the region, extended a convivial invitation to Morgan Tsvangirai a few weeks ago. Not to be outdone, other notable regional players have recently fallen over each other in dishing out state invitations to the Prime Minister. Japan was the first stop, followed by Australia and finally New Zealand. While some people in ZANU PF believe that New Zealand and Australia are in the West, the geographical re ...
Bo Xilai has been sued in court by Falun Gong practitioners for murder, crimes against humanity and torture in over ten countries, including USA, UK, Germany, Ireland, New Zealand, Russia, Australia, South Korea, Spain and Sweden. In 2007, Bo Xilai was found guilty of all charges by an Australian co...
OPEC will eliminate Iran and OPEC and North America and Israel will disable all Iranian banks and put sanctions against all Iranian oil and once Iran is permanently excluded from OPEC, then North America will get some of our oil from OPEC so that North America remains friendly with the remaining 10 OPEC countries and continues to trade with those remaining 10 OPEC countries and help those 10 remaining OPEC countries with their economy, their war against terrorists and war against Islam especially radical Islam, their war against illegal drug cartelors, their war against sex trafficking and all other felonies. North America will also export/sell our oil to every NATO country, every Central American country, every South American country, Jordan, New Zealand, Israel, Japan, Afganistan, the United Kingdom, Austria, Australia, Japan, Mexico, Cambodia, Thailand, India, the Carribean and the Bahamas [except for Cuba], South Korea, South Africa, Peruto Rico, Hondorous, the Dominican Republic, Madagascar, Tiwian a ...
To those of you who read my Soul For Breakfast website and share it with others, my sincerest thanks. As of today, I have readers in 28 countries, across 6 of the 7 continents worldwide. Amazing. I am so grateful for the opportunity to interact with such a diverse population. It really reinforces just how much we all have in common when it comes to working well with others. Thank you for your support! *** A few of you have asked, so here's the list as of today: United States, Canada, Russia, China, India, Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Ireland, Finland, Netherlands, Ukraine, South Africa, Kenya, Saudi Arabia, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Brazil, Columbia, Venezuela, Costa Rica, and the Bahamas.
Four climbers die on Everest. Four climbers from Germany, South Korea, China and Canada have died returning from the summit of Mount Everest, tour agents and officials said Monday, with one other mountaineer also missing. The 61-year-old German and the South Korean aged 44 died on the south face of the world's highest peak on Sunday, Ang Tshering Sherpa of the Kathmandu-based Asian Trekking adventure agency said. "We are sad to announce the death of Eberhard Schaaf, of Germany, at the south side of the summit of Mount Everest," Sherpa told AFP. "The medical staff at the Himalayan Rescue Association believe the cause of death to be altitude sickness." Sherpa said South Korean Song Won-Bin, who had been missing since Saturday, died at "The Balcony", an area near the top of the 8,848-metre (29,029-feet) peak. The Seoul-based Yonhap news agency said Song had collapsed due to altitude sickness and fallen off a cliff, quoting a diplomat at the South Korean embassy in Kathmandu. It said the climbers were part of ...
I just returned from Beijing tonight selling radioisotope Mo-99 and I-131. Big success. Anybody wants to help me selling radioisotopes for medicine such as Mo-99, Tc-99m generator and I-131 as an agent please let me know. Markets still open for: Singapore, South Korea, Brunei, Japan, New Zealand, Australia, Fiji, Turkey, UAE, Iran, Irak, East Timor, etc. Thanks.
Dunhill cigarettes are a luxury brand of cigarettes made by the British American Tobacco company. They are usually priced above the average for cigarettes in the region where they are sold. They are exported mostly throughout Europe, the Middle East, South Asia, South Africa, South Korea, Argentina, Brazil, Indonesia (manufactured by Bentoel Group), New Zealand and Australia but can also be found on the Internet and in duty-free and smoke shops in the United States and Canada. Dunhill Light cigarettes are packaged in a predominantly white packet, with a bevelled edged square of red in the centre. Dunhill has decided to phase out this pack and have introduced marketing information that the blue box described below is the same cigarette although carbon monoxide levels and nicotine levels are altered. Dunhill International cigarettes come in a red packet and are one of the most expensive and luxurious cigarette brands available; they and the Dunhill King size beveled packs (which come in Full flavor, light ...
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