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...Bamboo Basket Response In the first page of the essay, the defines handicrafts and gives a brief history about them. There are several grammar mistakes made when using tenses. For example, the writer says, “Handicrafts become unpopular.” The writer also uses some words that are not acceptable for correct grammar. A word such as, “grandma.” To correct these mistakes, the writer should learn how to use tenses. The unacceptable words should be used according to their usage in the dictionary. If not, opening and closing inverted commas should be used to distinguish them. These mistakes are repeated throughout the paper, hence, the writer should go back to the basics of writing... 27 November Making Bamboo...
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Experiencing bamboo: Analyzing the material in an alternative way
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...Bamboo has attracted people‘s attention for centuries. Many publications have been devoted to the description of hundreds of applications that mankind has given this plant. It is catching on among... ? Perspective Perspective Conclusion “Materials are fundamental generators of buildings. They determine structure, overall form and quality. In the design process, the choice of materials at the earliest stage is critical and the most successful buildings are always constructed with an attitude to materials that uses knowledge to understand the full possibilities and appropriateness of choice.”1 This substitution analysis has helped identify which methods to implement in designing the final design proposal....
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Images of Asian-Americans
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...bamboo ceiling and that because of this pro-active measures are necessary to counter-act these limited and negative depictions. While Asian Americans constitute an important part of the American economic system, they have additionally faced challenges related to oppression and discrimination throughout the their lives in the United States. One considers that perhaps the most seminal example of this occurred during World War II when Asian-Americans were gathered and placed in interment camps because of suspicion that they would engage in treasonous activities. A significant... Asian-Americans in Television The present research argues that the portrayal of Asian-Americans in the media has reached a...
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...bamboo plants, and have very developed muscles round their jaws to assist them in chewing stiff bamboo stalks and this gives their heads a round look. Moreover, they have very flexible forepaws for holding bamboo with a huge wrist bone that operates as a distinctive ‘sixth digit,’ that somewhat functions similar to a human thumb. The hind feet of pandas have... Introduction and Pandas are the rarest and the most distinctively marked bear species. They are of two types namely lesser, or red, pandas and the giant pandas. Their basic color is white with black eye patches, ears, shoulders, chest, legs, and feet (Helmer 5&8). Pandas have huge crushing molars that are able to pierce the fibrous stalks of bam...
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Design
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...bamboo, stone and sea shell. Choice of the three designs anchors on the company’s philosophy to offer products that are sensitive to benign nature of the environment (Gabriel, 2014). All the three bottles are refillable, thus minimizing incidences of disposure. Bamboo, stone and Sea Shell designs take resonance with Oriental, Spa and Sea respectively (Lidwell, & Manacsa, 2009). Each design demarcates for the target client that which he or she is able to anticipate from resultant effect of the product to their body’s thus guiding choice of selection. For example, Bamboo extract contributes to Vitamin E in the human skin. Vitamin E contains antioxidants that nourishes the skin... NATUGO Natugo Natugo is a...
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History and Culture of China
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...bamboos stones and drawing orchids. Zheng Banqiao was the best poet and composed a lot of poems. He wrote calligraphy works and drawing paints. His works were known as “Three unique skills” by the whole word. Zheng Banqiao’s poems are very original and focused certain aspects of the Qing dynasty. They were never cliche, he wrote about ordinary people in a natural style. His paintings about flowers, trees and stones are the best especially those about orchids and bamboos (Yoshiho, Chu and Iverson 2007). His calligraphy works were... ?Zheng Banqiao Literati Work under the Qing Dynasty in explaining History of Chinese Culture The Qing Dynasty refers to the period when Chinese ical novels began to fall which ...
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Food & Beverage Revenue Management
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...Bamboo is a restaurant specializing in traditional yet modernly presented Southeast Asian fare. Red Bamboo's vision is to offer the best ingredients and produce available and come up with cuisine that is distinctly Asian but with globally compelling flavors. Red Bamboo presents a concoction of taste representations - Thai, Filipino, Vietnamese, Singaporean and Malay. Though the menu focuses on seafood, the restaurant also dishes out meat courses/platters, salads and pastas. The restaurant also has a wine list that is selected to compliment and bring out the best of the cuisine. Established in 2004, Red Bamboo offers a casual and relaxed... FOOD AND BEVERAGE REVENUE MANAGEMENT RESTAURANT PROFILE Red...
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Musical Instrument Museum Analysis
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...bamboo, string, stone and metal. There are many instruments presented in the file, some of them include; Erhu: it is made from a string and a bow. An Erhu is played by placing it on the lap and then moving the bow across the strings on the vertical side to produce melodies that are perceived to be melodies of hope. Flute: the flute was made from a bamboo tree. The instrument is played by blowing air inside the holes drilled... Musical Instrument Museum Analysis Instrument Types Presented In the Film The three parts of the film introduce theChinese musical instruments from the ancient times to the modern period. Ancient Chinese musical instruments were categorically made gourd, wood, leather, clay,...
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Mine kafon
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...bamboo sticks and at the base the feet are attached. The feet are made using biodegradable plastic material and are designed to be heavy enough to tramp on landmines and also light enough to get the propulsion. The core The core of Mine Kafon is made using 17 kilogram iron casing, and is surrounded by several protruding bamboo legs. The core carries a GPS tracking unit equipped with a GPS chip used for tracking the mine detector. The GPS chip can be remotely controlled using mobile applications and hence a GPS map can be drawn to trace the path... Mine Kafon Introduction The Mine Kafon was meant to be a low-cost mine detector and detonator, developed by Afghan boy, Massoud Hassani. The mine...
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Conservation
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...bamboo every day and in order to eat these large amounts of bamboo the Panda has... Decreasing Panda population due to habitat loss and steps being taken to try and save Panda population Due to rise in human population and greed many animals have been pushed towards the list of endangered species. One of the main reasons behind the decreasing population of the animals is the loss of habitat. In the following pages one of the endangered animal namely panda is taken up. The issue of the panda population is considered and the reasons behind the same are analyzed. It is found that one of the main reasons behind decreasing Panda population is the loss of habitat. There have been various efforts that have...
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Save the world proposal
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...bamboo leaves and soft tissues sections and small animals found within its habitat. Moreover, it is one of the major sources of tourism revenue in china and New Zealand and foreigners troop these countries to be with this friendly animal. Furthermore... Save Panda Proposal Occurrences within the environment attributed to human activities, natural events and forces has created stress on a number of animal and plant species that face extinction to the point of being classified as endangered. Endangered species are those considered to be at a higher risk of extinction or facing removal from the earth surface as a result of a number of activities. Panda also known as Ailuropoda melanoleuca is one of the...
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About Yang Fudong
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...Bamboo... Yang Fudong Yang Fudong is one of the well-known photographers and cinematographers in the field of photography. The renowned photographer was born in Beijing, China in 1971, and raised in the same place. Apart from emerging a great photographer, he is also one of the best film writers produced by the country china. Fudong first started training as a painter, but along the way he switched to film and photography study. Fudong started working with films in the early 1990s after training at the China Academy of Fine Arts in Hangzhou. During this time, he created videos and films using the 35 mm film (Hacegawa 79). Fudong currently works as director of films, he creates video installations, as...
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Yang Fudong
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...Bamboo Forest, among other works. East of Que Village This is a six-channel film produced in black and white. The film shows wild dogs many of them looking to scavenge on Beijing outskirts in a small town in northern china. This small rural town brings up memories of the artist’s childhood, as well as his hometown. This film reveals how the contemporary China has shifted from a certain part of life, as well as from its traditions (Asia Society). The dogs in the film come across a group of people, which reveals how humans are struggling. Therefore, this film prompts the question of whether the contemporary movement in China is making the country weaker or helping... Yang Fudong Yang Fudong is one of the...
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Ancient Chinese Contributions. Essay. To win a trip to China, you enter a contest to determine the four most useful contributions or inventions created by the ancient Chinese. (1) Identify eight to ten of these useful inventions or contributions. (2) Nomi
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...bamboo sticks (Singh, Dhillon & Shanmugavel, 2010... Ancient Chinese Contributions The essay aims to address a two-fold objective to wit to identify eight to ten of ancient Chines useful inventions or contributions; (2) to nominate four that one believes are the most ingenious or innovative; (3) to explain why one believes these four inventions or contributions are the most useful inventions or contributions from the ancient Chinese; and (4) to identify one invention or contribution that one cannot live without and explain why. Ancient Chinese Contributions Identification of Ten Useful Inventions or Contributions China has made a number of inventions and contributions related to improvement of mankind whi...
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The Transition from Song to Yuan
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...Bamboo painting is a notable representation of his creativity. Xu Xi, attributed, Snow Bamboo. Ca. 950, Five Dynasties period. Hanging scroll, ink on silk The Snow Bamboo painting by Xu Xi (lived in the early Song period) has been described as being “worth more than 500 pieces of gold” by historians keen on the Song era. Painted on silk using grey ink, the painter manifested... The Transition from Song (960-1279) to Yuan (1279-1368) Introduction Throughout history, painting has been an integral representation of Chinese history. Contemporary custodians of the painting art usually borrow from ancient styles by artists. This kind of imitation goes beyond just copying by adding patterns that...
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Media Kit: Lululemon Athletica Inc
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...bamboo, soya beams etc. Natural materials are dominant for the company and “being natural” is the style of the company as well. Moreover, the unique fashion trend in the company is clothing made of cotton... Media Kit: Lululemon Athletica Inc. Press release Lululemon Athletica Inc. is the company that produces sport clothing for middle and upper class consumers. This company ethically connects yoga and sport life style of the contemporaries. In spite of the high-level competitiveness of Adidas and Nike, Lululemon Inc. has expanded to 80 different countries’ markets. A net income of the company was $7.7 million in 2007. This company appeals for both women and men by unique fabric made from silver, bamboo,...
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THEMATIC UNIT
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...Bamboo Bonanza Lesson 10: Starry Night Festival Unit Culmination... Unit Fun with Japan Focus ment: Through the guidance of the teacher, children will learn about and come to appreciate the lifestyle and culture of Japan. Goals: 1. Students will learn about older Japanese customs. 2. Students will learn about current Japanese customs. 3. Students will learn about different facets of the life of a Japanese person. Lesson Overview for Unit: Lesson 1: The Mysterious Island of Japan Lesson 2: Woodblock (potato) Prints Lesson 3: Fun with Chopsticks Lesson 4:Hooray, its Boys Day! Lesson 5:Haikus for You Lesson 6: Cherry Trees in Bloom Lesson 7: The Story of Samurai Lesson 8: All About Kimonos Lesson 9: Bamboo ...
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Critical Analysis of any two haiku poems
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...bamboo branches. Hakyo Ishida (1913-1969) Analysis of Two Haiku At first glance, neither of these two haiku seems to inform us about post-colonialism or the third-world consciousness. Neither can really be seen as a response against the colonial impulses of the West, or Europe in general. At the same time, neither is fighting against particular Western traditions of literature. However, each of these haiku uses imagery and, in the case of Ishidas poem, explicit mention of non-Western, Japanese traditions. For that matter, the haiku as a form... Haiku The old pond – A frog jumps in – The sound of water. Matsuo Basho (1644-1694) Haiku #2 Star Festival – my letters of "more life" read – among the...
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The religious culture of the Yami
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...bamboo, fish, iron, and silver are considered by the people of the Yami tribe to be of great importance. Silver which is assumed to have been discovered by the Son of Bamboo, is frequently used by the Yami for purposes such as ornamentation of helmets for ancestral ceremonies as well as when performing religious rites. On the other hand, Iron... , which is alleged to have been discovered by son of Stone, is considered insignificant. The myth demonstrates the importance of Bamboo. Yami as well as many Asian cultures use bamboo for several purposes such as a delicacy for many households. The creation story depicts a harmonious association between the Yami and...
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Why people should continue cutting down the rainforest
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...bamboo in the construction and it is still in use. Bamboo is actually comes in the category of grass and it takes shorter time to be fully-grown. Natural... Teacher: number: Why People Should Continue Cutting down the Rainforests Forests, all over the world, are the biggest source of wood and timber. Woody biomass from the forests helps to produce energy (IEA Bioenergy 2-3). Studies show that the oil, natural gas, coal that are present in the earth’s crust have a major content that came from the forests, which were buried under the surface years ago. Therefore, forests are responsible of fulfilling our energy requirements. There are many types of forests like tropical rainforests, subtropical forests,...
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Biology 2 (plant and society)
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...bamboo. When the freshly cut green bamboo is almost full it is covered with green leaves. This means off cooking is not friendly to the environment. Needless to say, it involves cutting down of bamboo plants, which is a form of deforestation. Cooked sago starch has no taste hence its palatability comes into question. Majority of the world population would not enjoy... ? Biology 2(Plant and Society Question Starch production is a food processing that uses starch as a raw material. Sources of starch include maize, potatoes, wheat, rice and sago palm. Starch can be converted through various processes into diverse products as pharmaceuticals, adhesives, paper and textiles (Elevitch, 2006). Sago starch is...
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Art in the field
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...Bamboo garden... Art-in-the-field: A visit to Hakone Garden Art-in-the-field: A visit to Hakone Garden There are many different ways to define art and even more ways to perceive it. There is the art which you find in the walls of art galleries or the moving art on a screen; and then there is art which uses the canvas of the nature to bring out the beauty that exists in real life. The Hakone Garden is one example of such art work, a traditional Japanese style garden; it brings to the viewer the essence of Japanese horticulture and lifestyle all in a very tranquil and peaceful setting. The garden is laid out as an estate garden and it contains different elements like the Koi Pond, the Zen Garden and a...
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Chinese photographer, Yang Fudong
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...Bamboo Forest. It is a cinematographic adaptation of the traditional Chinese... of the Visual Arts and Film Studies of the Concerned 2 May Yang Fudong It goes without saying that Yang Fudong is the most celebrated cinematographer and photographer from the contemporary China. Yang Fudong was born in 1971 in Beijing, China. Yang joined the Academy of Fine Arts in Hangzhou, China to train himself to be a painter. It was at sometime in the early 90s that Yang began to create films and videos on 35mm film. Currently Yang is known for his photography, his film direction and his talent for creating ingenious video installations. In 2003 Yang started working on a five part work titled Seven Intellectuals in Bam...
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Sustainable building
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...Bamboo, Coconut palm are all the sustainable... ? Sustainable Building No: Sustainable Building Introduction Sustainable building is the one that has higher energy efficiency, does not or less produces or less contribute in producing the green house gases emissions and the building that makes no burden to the ecology and environment. The construction of such a building is practically possible by making smaller changes to the way we live and construct our houses. Sustainable building utilized the sustainable materials that are renewable. Moreover a structure that utilizes less resources and utilizes the sustainable resources like solar, wind, geothermal, etc to provide the energy demand and provides an...
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Close reading
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...bamboo or wood clappers and gongs. As of today, there exists only two active manohra groups’ in Malaysia and tey happen... Task: The swaying body: Use of the body in the Malay dances The Malay dance was performed, mostly by the people from Malaysia. It incorporated a diverse culture from the peoples of the Peninsular and East Malaysia. In addition to that, it also comprised of the incorporation of the Hindu-Buddhist dance and drama culture. These were practiced in the early royal courts1. The Malay dance is interesting because of the fact that they do incorporate the cultures of other traditions such as Chinese, Japanese and Islamic, thus the creation of the Malay dances and song. This is relevant as it ...
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Japanese Music
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...bamboo) and is smaller than the Western flute that is usually made from metal, but may be made from wood as well. Another major difference is embouchure. The Japanese one is a vertical flute, and we taut an upper lip, a lower lip stays relaxed, so... Shakuhachi After I have discovered the world of Japanese culture, especially music and musical instruments, I really want to try the flute, shakuhachi, myself. There is something special in this instrument, something that calms me down and makes me think positive. Ive learned that there are some differences between Japanese and Western flute. First thing that catches the eye is that they are different in form and material. Shakuhachi is made from wood (bamb...
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PROGRAMMING AND CULTURE IN ARCHITECTURE WAY
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...bamboo that not only construct good houses but whose use also helps in the conservation of the environment. Work Cited Anderson, Jane. Architectural Design. Lausanne: AVA Academia, 2011. Print.... Programming and Culture in Architecture Way The house I would design in Eressos would be constructed using natural materials such as wood, sand and stone. By paying attention to the architectural style of a traditional residence in the North Aegean Islands, necessary and superfluous elements will be identified. The necessary elements in the design of the house include consideration of such factors as rain and micro-climate changes in the design of the house (Anderson 46). The design will focus on indoor and...
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Visual Arts
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...bamboo in addition to a Plum tree in blossom. The reason for choosing this vase was because I liked the delicate painting which was done in a dull olive green which was so pretty and soothing to my eyes. The Greek amphora had a height of 13” (33.3cms) and was from the Bibliotheque National, Paris. The contour of the vase’s body was gorgeously decorated with the figures of the Greek God of Wine... Visual Arts – A compare and contrast essay Order No. 834684 ‘Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder’ is a famous saying and what better way to see beauty than in pieces of art. From my childhood I had always been attracted to beautiful things and therefore pursued the same academically. In this visual report, I...
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Why people should continue cutting down the rainforest
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...bamboo in the construction and it is still in use. Bamboo is actually comes in the category of grass and it takes shorter time to be fully-grown. Natural... Teacher: number: Why People Should Continue Cutting down the Rainforests Forests, all over the world, are the biggest source of wood and timber. Woody biomass from the forests helps to produce energy (IEA Bioenergy 2-3). Studies show that the oil, natural gas, coal that are present in the earth’s crust have a major content that came from the forests, which were buried under the surface years ago. Therefore, forests are responsible of fulfilling our energy requirements. There are many types of forests like tropical rainforests, subtropical forests,...
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A short story based on the Missing In Action film trilogy
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...bamboo walkway that the Colonel insisted on having around his bamboo pagoda. Yin’s base was an incongruous building: square... Escape from Seattle Dark smoke drifted over the wilderness that used to be downtown Seattle. It was just after dawn and an eerie yellow-gray sky formed the backdrop to a scene of devastation. The night guards were coming of their shift and two fresh Gooks took their places on the watchtowers. One hour after dawn. Any minute now the day would begin in earnest. Captain David Nester shouldered his weapon and continued his check of the perimeter fence. This was nothing like the landscape in Nam. Instead of the lush green of tropical rainforest there was a jungle of twisted metal wh...
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Japanese Traditional Building Techniques
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...bamboo lath in frame spaces and apply clay to the lath (Figures 5, 6 & 7). This Arakabe is generally applied before the onset of winter; and it takes one to two months to dry completely. This is followed by two more applications of clay, the levelling and finishing layers (Hideo 2003). Concurrent to the application of Arakabe the roofing of the house is carried out... Traditional Building Techniques of an Indigenous Culture: Japanese Introduction The island nation of Japan lies to the west of the circum-Pacific earthquake belt. Moreover, Japan is exposed to typhoons and strong winds. Typhoons cause floodwater and landslides. Wooden buildings are densely packed in old towns, which extend into urban...
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An Overview of Art Historical Movements and their Effect on the Movies
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...bamboo trees, and a master’s presence. One can also see other trainees picking up bamboo sticks that they use in their training session. There are also common Kung Fu moves, competition among trainees in the school, fighting on top of slender bamboo sticks, and fighting with swords and fists. A martial arts professional ability is also shown by the ability of one to fight two or more opponents. At the end of the episode, jack keeps his sacred sword and walks around with it just like other Samurais (Walt Cartoon). All these show... number An Overview of Art Historical Movements and their Effect on the Movies This assignment is an analysis of a video clip from You tube; ‘Samurai Jack Meets Wong Fei Hung’, ...
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Theory of the Derive
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...bamboo trunk, with fibers of lines, thousands of them per stem. These can be separated and still form lines like the one seen on synthetic fabrics as is they were engineered... ?Photo Project 2 Theory of the Derive Words= 1123 Derive is a concept of exploring the local environment and experiencing the effect it has on the person or a group of persons. Every portion of the environment has its contours and movements, permanent features that focus on nature. Nature as a psychogeographical derive abounds with discoveries and many thought-provoking processes that create impressions on the human viewer (Debord, 2006). It is contrasted with strolling, a wandering that seeks sensory discoveries and meanings. It...
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GUCCI
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...Bamboo bag. The Bamboo bag became the icon product of the Gucci. According to the marketing mix, the product of the business is one of the most vital and it should give it the required success. This means that its success depends on the product. The Bamboo bag served as the icon of the Gucci, this means that it was unique and it only belonged to the Gucci... MARKETING MIX IN GUCCI FASHION BRAND By Location Introduction The house of Gucci, commonly known as Gucci is the Italian icon, which is based on fashion and leather labels. It is the most famous and prestigious identified firm for fashion brands around the world. Guccio Gucci founded the Gucci Fashion Brands in 1906 in Florence (Andy 2013, p.129). ...
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Swaying of Congress Leading to Legislative Initiatives
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...bamboo. Rubber, ramie, canvas can be used in place of leather. Providing toxic free products provides a competitive edge over rivals because consumers are willing to pay more for products that will not harm them at all. No allergies, no static charges, and there is a happy group of consumers. This will boost the sales and profit margins for the company (Easton, 2009). References Babu, N. C., Asma, K., Raghupathi, A., Venba, R., Ramesh, R., & Sadulla, S. (2005). Screening of leather auxiliaries for their role in toxic hexavalent chromium formation in leather—posing potential health hazards to the users. Journal of Cleaner Production, 13(12), 1189-1195. Easton, T. A. (2009)....
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Country eassy 5
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...bamboo forest (Forestry Bureau). Such percentages of forests show that the country relies on the export of wood to other countries to a large extent. The forestry industry of Taiwan is growing with every passing year and is on its way to become one of the biggest exporters of wood products. Some... Your full full November 20, Forestry - Taiwan Taiwan is a country heavily populated with forests. Nearly 60 percent of the total land area of Taiwan is covered with natural forests (Crook). The forests in Taiwan are of three main types which cover the total forest land of the country. Those types and their respective percentages are as follows: 72.7% natural forest, 20.1% artificial forest, and 7.2% bamboo...
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Yamato-e, a style of Japanese painting
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...Bamboo of the four seasons (1975.268.44, 45), and called Shikie was one of their common theme paintings (Anna 1). The paintings are a demonstration of the transformations and changes that occur to a bamboo as it cycles through the four seasons, with different colours being featured to reinforce the season giving the audience a realistic representation of the seasons for example the use of violets to denote springtime, new bamboo shoots to show summer, stalks entwined with reddish ivy to represent autumn and dusted with snow in winter (Anna 1). Since depicting... Yamato-e: A Style of Japanese Painting Yamato-e is a form of Japanese painting that evolved during the Heian period; a time when the Japanese ...
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Green Building Materials
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...bamboo is one of the most environment friendly flooring options used nowadays. It is a renewable resource and being a grass which grows 3 feet a day, it has short harvesting period (p. 120). Moreover, bamboo will continue to grow over the stalk even after they are cut. Thus, unlike wood, using bamboo does not lead to deforestation, and hence is an environment friendly option. Bamboo floor on finishing looks similar to wooden floor and is very durable and stronger than other woods like oaks. According to Hanna (2011), using LED technology in Lighting can lessen carbon dioxide emission... Green Building Materials Vs Traditional Building Materials Green Building Materials Vs Traditional Building Materials...
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Building and construction Safety Technology
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...Bamboo Scaffoldings Code of Safety A scaffold is a temporally structure which enables people to obtain access to buildings under construction. They act as working platforms, gangways and ladders for workers constructing mainly the exterior of a tall building. A constructor may use either metal or bamboo... ? BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION SAFETY PRECAUTIONS NUMBER GRADE 8TH FEBRUARY Question1. Material Hoist Safety Precaution Safety is a key concern in the construction and design of a material hoist. The hoist must be designed in a manner that it will have the capacity to carry the materials up and have a powerful motor that will not reverse in the process of lifting heavy loads. The lift should be installed...
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Ernest Hemingway Hills Like White Elephants
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...Bamboo Bead Curtain is another symbol. It makes us think about boundaries or borders. The apparent divide between Jig and the man is their difference of opinion. Jig wants to keep the baby while the man is not ready for fatherhood, especially because they don’t seem to have been married at the moment. The pregnancy itself is a curtain that precludes communication between the two. At the end of the story the ‘curtain’ of difference turns to be an unbreakable wall. The frequent orders... Geoffrey Gomez English 101 Hall 3.04/23 Read Between the Lines The story Hills Like White Elephants by Ernest Hemingway has many elements that have symbolic representations. Those elements represent things that the readers ...
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Mini Fiction Essay
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...bamboo bead curtain is the symbol used by Hemingway to denote the disagreement between the couple which separates them from each other (par 3). It is a sort of boundary between them. In conclusion, one can say that Hemingway’s use of the dialogue and symbolism was effective at bringing his message across the readers. The synthesis between these two literary elements contributed to the appeal of the story. The value of the symbolisms is given emphasis as it is totally immersed in the dialogues of the characters. Works Cited DeMare, Josh. "Writing a literary analysis." 26 May 2003. 15 March 2012. Hemingway, Ernest. “Hills Like White Elephants.” Literature: An...
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Variety of orkids
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...Bamboo orchid grows as a roadside weed in the Southeast Asia.it has very attractive pink flowers. The Dracula orchid tends to grow downwards... Variety of Orchids An orchid is a flower that belongs to the monocotyledon family and has flowers that are showy or even bizarrely shaped.it has a large specialized labellum and it is frequently a spur. The orchid flower grows worldwide except in Antarctica.it grows as an epiphyte in the tropical forests and it is a valuable hothouse plant. The orchid belongs to the family Orchidaceae that is widespread and diverse with flowering plants which has blooms and are more colorful. Orchids are available in different varieties due to their n occurrence in different part...
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...bamboo. The choice of these materials by the engineer was based on the relative cost and ease of obtainment, and the durability of the materials (Billings, 2007). Conclusion In summary, the product of pole vaults is a one whose components are critical to its formation since they define the nature of the product made. As such, the study into this material shall be formulated with the aim of addressing the product’s structural components (Roberts, 2007). References Ackland, T. R., Elliott, B., & Bloomfield, J. (2009). Applied anatomy and biomechanics in sport. Champaign... Project of Engineering CC: (Head of Department) 18th November,2014 Re: Description of materials comprising a Pole Vault Introduction ...
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Instrument History Report ( Strings )
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...bamboo. The use of bamboo is prevalent in Asian countries where it is abundant and so the origin of long zither may be traced to such countries. Bamboo Zither In the Middle East, a different design of zithers evolved. The use of wooden planks shaped as trapezoids was more common in these areas. The unique shape allowed for varying lengths of strings which produced different tones. In western Europe... String instruments or chordophones, as ified by Hornbostel and Sachs, are instruments that produce sounds through the vibrations of its string element. These vibrations are induced by striking, rubbing with a bow, or plucking, and having these vibrations resonate in some form of material filled with air. ...
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Photo Project 2 Theory of the Derive
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...bamboo trunk, with fibers of lines, thousands of them per stem. These can be separated and still form lines like the one seen on synthetic fabrics as is they were engineered... Photo Project 2 Theory of the Derive Words= 1123 Derive is a concept of exploring the local environment and experiencing the effect it has on the person or a group of persons. Every portion of the environment has its contours and movements, permanent features that focus on nature. Nature as a psychogeographical derive abounds with discoveries and many thought-provoking processes that create impressions on the human viewer (Debord, 2006). It is contrasted with strolling, a wandering that seeks sensory discoveries and meanings. It a...
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A Glimpse of Chinese Art
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...bamboo grove. This work had influenced the Chinese culture and art since full moon and bamboo grove have been the symbolic icons in Chinese paintings. This work of art continued to transform and was interpreted into other works of art such as sculptures. This art later on signified the beauty of Chinese art from Indian culture that had the resemblance of the said icon (Kim 18). This has fascinated me in such way that I was able to appreciate how art can live through the years, and represent the stories behind it. This even became a more developed one by having several interpretations and versions. Art can even prove to connect different cultures together, and yet, it maintains the true... ?A Glimpse of...
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About Yang Fudong
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...bamboo forest, which is adopted from a traditional Chinese tale-the seven sages of bamboo grove- is fantastic and a commendable work of art. He uses a romantic framework cautiously and courteously to preserve Chinese contemporary values to examine the societal and organizational structures in china today. In this piece of art, yang examines... About yang Fudong Art and works of art present an explicit channel through which people can express their thought and apply creativity in coming up with decorative drawing, writing or designs. Photography is a major field in art related ventures that are highly exploited in different regions all over the world. Just like any other works of art photography in an...
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Final project
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...bamboo, wood, bone, string, and gourd. The instruments gave symbols to Chinese people. These instruments were rudimentary and played about five notes out of the seven musical notes. The most recognized instruments in this episode include the Guzheng, the Zhong Ruan, the Liuqin, the YangQin, the Erhu, the Dizi, the Pipa, the Zheng, the Rattle drum, and the Xun, which was a wind musical instrument, and one among the ancient and oldest instrument used in China, approximately 7,000 years ago. In the past, the Xun was played in the open and provided the main part of the entertainment. It dates back... whistle used by ancient hunters, the pottery drum, the pottery whistle, and the chime stone,...
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Essential factors for personal development and success in the United States of America
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...bamboo ceilings in their daily lives resulting from the numerous stereotypes existing in the society today. Women have been battling to break the concrete ceiling that has prevented their advancement to a better standing in the society. Minority groups in the United States have faced the bamboo... ? Should one adopt the Dominant American Culture to succeed in America? Should one adopt the Dominant American Culture to succeed in America? In order to succeed in America, it is critical for an individual to adopt certain attributes that the American society considers exemplary. Many people lacking such attributes are likely to have more setbacks in life at least according to the feelings of Yang as expressed ...
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World Music Review
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...bamboo ensemble composed of nine drummers. Their instrument is designed in triads with three drummers playing side by side. The first music they played took only 2 minutes and 17 seconds to play. It exemplified a relatively fast tempo music played over and over again. The second music, their bamboo drums were incorporated with songs or chants with dances and only faint background music remains. “For the Balinese, music and dance are an inseparable part of their uniquely Hindu faith within... World Music Review Introduction The origins of world music cannot be specifically identified nor attributed to a particular person or place. Merriam-Webster (2009) defined world music as “popular music originating...
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