2019 Xinjia Chen style Tai Chi Chuan a form performed by Laura Bonthuis from Holland. Laura Bonthuis lives in Apeldoorn city and was next to practising martial arts a badminton player who became a 2 times Dutch champion. Later she practised Kickboxing with teacher Wim Scharrenberg and eventually started Chinese martial arts at Shaolin Kung Fu Apeldoorn
Laoshi Douwe Geluk has traveled to China to participate in the World Championships of Chinese martial arts in Emeishan 2019. Douwe Geluk and Laura Bonthuis will come out with Tai Chi Chuan, Shaolin Kung Fu and other disciplins of the Chinese martial arts. Source TV Gelderland Dutch Television
What is Buddha Tears, or Jasmine Dragon Pearls?
Enjoy the goodness of white tea from these beautiful hand-rolled Jasmine scented tea beads. Jasmine Dragon Pearls is also called Downy Pearls /Buddha Tears). Authentic version is made of white tea, not green tea.
Eine enge Parklücke treibt den meisten Autofahrern Schweißperlen auf die Stirn. Für einige Zeitgenossen hat sich daraus eine echte Trendsportart entwickelt. Das funktioniert allerdings nur mit einer Menge Fahrkönnen. In die Minimalsten-Lücken zwängen die Fahrkünstler ihr Auto mit Schwung und einem beherzten Griff zur Handbremse. Nichts für Angsthasen! Seit vielen Jahren versuchen sie den Spielraum, bis es kracht, immer kleiner zu halten um einen Eintrag ins bekannte Guinnessbuch der Weltrekorde zu bekommen. In den vergangenen zwei Jahren wurde die Bestmarke insgesamt fünf Mal verbessert. Zuletzt lag der Spielraum in der Parklücke bei nur 22 Zentimetern – geschafft hat das, wie zu erwarten ein Stuntman. Der Chinese Han Yue hat die Lücke auf gerade einmal 15 Zentimeter Platz verkürzt. Doch die beiden Brüder Jon und Alastair Moffatt haben diesen Rekord gebrochen und das mit einer Lücke, die nur 13,1cm. Raum lässt. Damit hält das Brüderpaar aus England den aktuellen Guinness-Rekord.
Swissquote Bank AG, Switzerland’s leading online bank, announces newly created investment opportunities based on different scenarios of impacts of the US elections on financial markets.
Investors wishing to capitalize on the elections will see their investment decisions facilitated by a new predictive analysis tool, which Swissquote has developed in partnership with École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). Based on an artificial intelligence algorithm, poll results will be publicly available on a dedicated Swissquote page: www.swissquote.com/us-election.
Currencies and their exchange rates are the financial assets most sensitive to the US election, often reacting in real-time to single statements the candidates make. The Hillary and Donald US Election Foreign Exchange (Forex) Baskets consist of different shares of currencies that are increasingly correlated to the Poll results, which are the Mexican New Peso, the Canadian Dollar, the Chinese Yuan and the Japanese Yen.
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Deng Bin is one of China’s few practitioners of Jin Shan, or Kintsugi in Japanese. It’s the art of fixing broken pottery with lacquer resin dusted or mixed with powdered gold, silver, or platinum.
“The demand from a specific customer group is strong,” Says Deng. “They used to send the broken wares to Japan for repairing, which is rather time consuming and costly. So they were very happy when they found someone in China can do the job.”
People don’t want to throw away the broken wares for many reasons. They might feel attached to them after using them for a long time. Another reason could be that the wares carry some special meaning. Something perhaps passed down from the father or the grandmother. They become reminders of the older generation who’ve passed away.
“Chinese people usually dislike broken things which they regard as useless and of no value,” says Deng. “However when it has been properly restored, the once broken object is reborn and its life is prolonged. That is then considered an immense gift.”
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This ia a trailer about a Dutch martial arts master Douwe Geluk from Apeldoorn city in the Netherlands. Douwe Geluk practises Taijiquan and has his own martial arts school were he is teaching the Chinese internal martial arts such as: Tai Chi Chuan, Qi Qong, Pushing Hands, Mindfulness and much more.
This video shows how Douwe Geluk operates
Visit www.thespiritconnect.com for videos on Martial Arts philosophy and spirituality. Information on Qi-Gong, Energy Work, Zen and Taoism.
Sequel to Revenge of my Brother and Revenge of my Dog. The Chi Wong Gung Fu school is issued a challenge from its rival school. Watch as the two schools battle for supremacy. A Kung-Fu Parody: dubbed-voices, high-kicking and cross-chopping action
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Today, Suzhou Tourism launched its first-ever campaign to directly target North American travelers – the “Experience Suzhou: The Venice of China and the City of Scholars” sweepstakes, open for entries now through October 23, 2015 at www.TraveltoSuzhou.com/Sweepstakes. Available to residents of the Continental United States and Canada, the online promotion will award 18 travelers (nine winners plus one guest each) a six-day visit to Suzhou between November 2015 and January 2016.
Situated just west of Shanghai, Suzhou is deeply rooted in culture and heritage as one of the oldest cities in the Yangtze Basin dating back more than 2,500 years. With its narrow streets and winding waterways, Suzhou truly lives up to its nickname as “Venice of China.” Taking advantage of this hidden gem location, sweepstakes winners and their guests will enjoy a six-day package inclusive of round-trip coach airfare, accommodations at one of the city’s top hotels, three meals daily, and a guided trip through the city each day. The trip itinerary will offer a quintessential Suzhou experience featuring visits to a selection of UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as the Humble Administrator’s Garden and Lingering Garden, as well as Tiger Hill, Suzhou Museum, Pinjiang Road, Silk Museum, Tongli, and authentic experiences at iconic restaurants such as Songhelou and Deyuelou. The trip is the ultimate vacation adventure for anyone who wants to visit China and experience true Chinese culture.
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These are a great cufflinks for everyday use. Originally they were designed and sold under the Kenneth Cole Reaction brand, but lately there has been a lot of Chinese immitations/knock-off. The original Kenneth Cole Reaction cufflinks come in a brushed-metal/mat variation. The Chinese copies are often glossy/reflective but sometimes they can be in brushed-metal/mat style like the original Kenneth Cole Reaction cufflinks. Kenneth Cole also produced the belt with belt buckle of this design as well as a money clip. Matching cufflinks and the belt make a great coordinated combination.
TFWA Asia Pacific Exhibition & Conference 2015, the 20th event for the duty free & travel retail industry in Asia Pacific, closed on 14th May in Singapore after a very successful week.
With occupied exhibition space topping previous years at 9,118 m2 – up 9% on 2014 - and 292 exhibiting companies present (+12%), of which 73 were new to the show, there was a huge variety of products on display for the benefit of visiting buyers and agents.
Visitor numbers were considered satisfactory by organisers TFWA in a year which has been challenging for the duty free and travel retail industry, with aviation accidents, a new approach to gift giving and luxury consumption among the all-important Chinese travellers, financial instability and political tension in several countries and the resulting slowdown in the growth of air passenger traffic.
To view the Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/players/English/7484951-20th-duty-free-travel-asia-summit/