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Koyal Info Group Mag: 50 Years of Fossil Discoveries and Counting By Ischyrion Cheng
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PUNE: From reporting important findings on parental care among Arthropods to establishing the antiquity of metazoans (multi cell organisms), the Department of Geology and Palaeontology at the... More > city-based Agharkar Research Institute (ARI) has come a long way in emerging as a leader in the study of trace fossils in the country.< Less
How to Become a Certified Nursing Assistant By Vivian Cheng
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Nurse Assistants play a vital role in our healthcare facilities. They provide patients with assistance in regard to their basic needs including bathing, feeding, and dressing them. The level of... More > assistance depends on the individual needs of each patient. They also are an invaluable resource for the Nursing staff. Becoming a Nurse Assistant requires completion of a certificate program. Such programs are available at several medical facilities and college campuses. The programs can be completed in as little as four weeks. Others run as long as twelve weeks. It depends on the curriculum, the requirements of the state the program is taking place in, and how many hours per day the course is conducted. Grab a copy of this ebook today< Less
For the sharing By Sui cheng Hii
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This current book is the third book written by Dr Gregory Hii who has an illustrious career after graduating with a PhD from University of Canterbury, New Zealand. The topics for the sharing,... More > classified into 14 chapters, include Gum Disease and the Internet, Investing in Stock Market, Sojourn in Sibu Municipal Council, Honoring What One has Agreed, You Too Can Be a Millionaire, Every Thing in Moderation and Street Smart. The targeted groups are young adults who have just begun their working careers and those who continuously seek to improve their knowledge in different fields. In this respect, the author fully subscribed to the emphasis that all of us should treat learning as a life long endeavour. It should not stop when one entered into a certain phase of one’s life.< Less
The Jade Dragon Verse of Using Acupuncture (Yu Long Fu) (Journal of Chinese Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture) By Dr. Pharm Tao (Translator)
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The Jade Dragon Verse of Using Acupuncture (known as Yu Long Fu in Chinese) uses “jade dragon” in its name to indicate its value. It summarizes the experience of how to choose the most... More > effective acupuncture points (acupoints) for 84 diseases. Totally 102 acupoints are used. This verse emphasizes on the coordination of exterior and interior meridians. It uses many extra acupoints that are outside regular meridians. It is one of the most popular acupuncture verses. It was originally from Dr. Bian Que, the “miraculous doctor” in Chinese history. It has been reprinted for hundreds of years and is one of the “must-learn” verses in Chinese medicine education in China. It was included in the well-known traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) classic, Compendium of Acupuncture and Moxibustion (Zhen Jiu Da Cheng) by Jizhou Yang in the Ming Dynasty (1601). This verse is very useful for those who are interested in learning authentic TCM through the classics.< Less
The Girl With Ten Names: My Escape from Laos to Freedom By Mary Albanese & Choua Lee
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In 1979 eight-year-old Choua Lee, a Hmong girl, was forced to flee from her mountain village in Laos with her family. In the aftermath of the Vietnam War, they faced gun fire from guerrilla fighters,... More > starvation, and land-mines. Travelling on foot through the jungles and high mountain rainforests, Choua was separated from her sisters and feared she would never see them again. Crossing the Mekong River into Thailand, the family was reuinted at the Ban Vinai Refugee Camp, funded by the United Nations. After eight months in the refugee camp, they made their way to the US to freedom. Here on the other side of the world, Choua and her family made a brand new life for themselves. This is a story of courage and determination of a girl and her family and their love that burned so bright that it guided them through a dangerous time. Written with simple language, the story is suitable for pre-teens as well as young adults and a speedy but satisfying read for adults.< Less
Journey to the West Lake By Paul Cox
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Wu Cheng'en's "Journey to the West", the famous Ming Dynasty adventure novel/coded alchemical treatise, is rightly regarded as one of the four great literary classics of ancient China. This... More > is not that book. This is the story of Rabbit, an (almost) ordinary architecture student having an extraordinary day in the modern business capital of Hangzhou. Her journey is in search of a vitally important number that holds the key to a universal numerological mystery, though she's really just looking for an excuse to skip some classes. Her companions are an immortal fighting cricket, a garbage collector versed in geomancy, and an epicurean bicycle thief. In their way stand a crazed cola kingpin, the underwater army of the Great Golden Buffalo, and the single most powerful ancient relic in China. It's going to be a long day....Barry Hogart-esque Chinese adventure-fantasy, written for National Novel Writing Month 2004. Followed by The Legend of White Snake Inc.< Less
The Book of Lie Tzü By LIONEL GILES
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Very little is known of our author beyond what he tells us himself. His full name was Lieh Yü-k'ou, and it appears that he was living in the Chêng State not long before the year 398 B.C.,... More > when the Prime Minister Tzu Yang was killed in a revolution (see p. 101). He figures prominently in the pages of Chuang Tzu, from whom we learn that he could 'ride upon the wind'.On the insufficient ground that he is not mentioned by the historian Ssu-ma Ch'ien, a certain critic of the Sung dynasty was led to declare that Lieh Tzu was only a fictitious personage invented by Chuang Tzu, and that the treatise which passes under his name was a forgery of later times. This theory is rejected by the compilers of the great Catalogue of Ch'ien Lung's Library, who represent the cream of Chinese scholarship in the eighteenth century.< Less
The Book of Lie Tzü By LIONEL GILES
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Very little is known of our author beyond what he tells us himself. His full name was Lieh Yü-k'ou, and it appears that he was living in the Chêng State not long before the year 398 B.C.,... More > when the Prime Minister Tzu Yang was killed in a revolution (see p. 101). He figures prominently in the pages of Chuang Tzu, from whom we learn that he could 'ride upon the wind'.On the insufficient ground that he is not mentioned by the historian Ssu-ma Ch'ien, a certain critic of the Sung dynasty was led to declare that Lieh Tzu was only a fictitious personage invented by Chuang Tzu, and that the treatise which passes under his name was a forgery of later times. This theory is rejected by the compilers of the great Catalogue of Ch'ien Lung's Library, who represent the cream of Chinese scholarship in the eighteenth century.< Less

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