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Oh wow.....a beauty contest for police....Now if they actually did something instead of sitting in their cars smoking all day. If they actually didn't break the laws they are supposed to enforce or if they weren't some of the laziest, most ignorant, most corrupt and/or least trained police on the planet it would really be something to write about.

I miss you mum and MIke, Now I start to practise songs you use to sing, I start to walking around the pizza shop you 2 like to had pizza b4...I miss you so so much...I can't believe you already left me +_+ and not come back forever

The stupid combination of rap wasted nearly an hour,so i could not have enough time to watch all the movies. I had to leave before midnight.
I realy like the type of music performance,but not that chinese actor which let me think of how harmful effect of drugs or how hard we must struggle against aids.i dont like the people who has a decadent body . I wonder that chinese could stretch his body slightly!
At the end i have to mention the last movie which i couldn't have more time to finish watching. The ending part of the movie,i guessed, is about a "goodlooking" africa lady as here chinese XJ .but she can speak fluently english,most like some chinese student .sometimes she could not understand the visitor,so at this time the english subtitle will appear.
I have heard or seen that she must be payed after slept with man .The white men are her favorite because of " I'm goodlooking".
She is open and laugh in front of visitor's camera.
And "I won't leave africa,leave my country." is the point which is obviously different to chinese student which always want to say "Bring me to your country"
On my way home i remember one of the warning text of the RAP republic to the audience " don't sell your body... " .

It's a big challenge for me that so clear-headed warning text is sung by a so sad body.

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I flew to India via Bangkok a few years ago, and I got my visa by EMSing my passport to a travel agency in Shanghai. Piece of cake. I'm sure that they'll open some sort of visa office, probably out of the airline office.

First, and the most basic point. The Hump operations had nothing to do with the 'Flying Tigers', other than the fact that the latter were recipients of the Allied military materiel ferried over from northeastern India by the Hump pilots.

The Hump was first flown by a private corporation called CNAC, soon joined by the US Air Corps Ferrying Command, which was redesignated the Air Transport Command (ATC) in June 1942.

The strictest definition fo the Flying Tigers would be the AVG, volunteer pilots employed by a private company called CAMCO, with the tacit approval of the US government, to fight for the Chinese. Their contract expired on July 4, '42. It was not renewed, the US military entered the war, and, towards the bittersweet ending of the AVG year, the organisation was to be turned into the 23rd Pursuit Squadron of the Tenth Air Force, which took over operations. Very few of the pilots chose the option to join this force.

When the AVG was disbanded, the US Army immediately organised the China Air Task Force, commanded by Chennault (now a brigadier in the US military) and part of the Tenth Air Force. The 23rd Fighter Squadron was a part of CATF. The Tenth AF was headed by Clayton Bissel, an old time rival of Chennault. A few AVGs joined up, many others had a while before joined CNAC, still others hitched rides home.

Subsequently, Chennault persuaded the authorities to separate the CATF from the Tenth Air Force, something in which he recieved support from Wendell Wilkie, special representative of FDR who visited China, which helped him, well, sort of put one over Gen. Stilwell (although Chennault's effort to get control of land forces remained a dream).

This became the 14th Air Force. It included some bombers that Chennault had been campaigning for right from the beginning.

The 14th Air Force did not fly supplies over the Hump, except the 308th Bomb Squadron which, joined the 14th AF in March '43. They flew some fuel over the Hump, but that was because of a desparate need for fuel, and in any case was just one short hair on the yak's back.

The 14th AF fighters also used the famous shark-face on their P-40 fighter aircraft, which might have led to the confusion about whether or not they were 'Flying Tigers'. But then where we draw the line at deciding who is or is not a Flying Tiger is a fairly difficult question.

It doesn't help that a there is a Flying Tigers squadron of the USAF (or the USAAF, I'm not sure) in Iraq now. This caused many old AVG members to bristle, but I hear they lost a court case on the matter.

The Memorial Park is in Chengong, and the abandoned airfield mentioned was one of those used during the War. So is the Kunming International Airport of today.

its basically now a starting charge of 9 RMB rather than 8RMB. Cities much more developed and with a much more expensive cost of living than Kunming start taxi fares at 7 RMB. Something is amiss.
Fuel prices are rising and its important that taxi drivers shouldn't suffer. However, can this not be done on a sliding scale and worked into the actual per kilometre taxi meter price. It doesn't make sense for an 8RMB short hop to have the same fuel tax as a ride to the Airport or even to An'ning.

UNDP and MOST have rightly expressed concern about the toxicity of the variety of Jatropha being grown in China for biodiesel production. In Mexico there is a variety of Jatropha curcas that is non-toxic. I will pass this information to UNDP / Beijing.

I just came back from trip to India, I had an amazing time there and hats off to the travel Company who planned my itinerary, that allowed me to see most of India my allocated period of 3 weeks.

In North India I covered Delhi - Shimla - Manali - Chandigarh - Delhi,then we headed to South India where we visited Kerala & Trivandrum-Kovalam-Kumarakom-Thekkady-Munnar-Cochin . In East India we visted Calcutta - Darjeeling - Gangtok - Bhubhaneshwar - Puri and finally my trip ended in West India after taking a Grand Tour of Rajasthan .

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I just came back from trip to India, I had an amazing time there and hats off to the travel Company who planned my itinerary, that allowed me to see most of India my allocated period of 3 weeks.In North India I covered Delhi - Shimla - Manali - Chandigarh - Delhi,then we headed to South India where we visited Kerala & Trivandrum-Kovalam-Kumarakom-Thekkady-Munnar-Cochin . In East India we visted Calcutta - Darjeeling - Gangtok - Bhubhaneshwar - Puri and finally my trip ended in West India after taking a Grand Tour of Rajasthan .