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Shanghai's bike couriers ("That's my box...right there near the bottom, sir....") ~too funny~

Shanghai's bike couriers ("That's my box...right there near the bottom, sir....") ~too funny~

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It is said in ancient writings that she was embodied as Miao Shan (whose name means "wonderfully kind one"), a Chinese princess who lived about 700 BC. This legendary Buddhist saint is said to have spent nine years living on an island off the coast of China, healing, meditating and saving sailors from shipwreck. This island became a place of worship and pilgrimage for many, especially in one of the caves there, which was transformed into a shrine dedicated to Kwan Yin.

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Virtual field trips in your science classroom can take your students to places they never dreamed of going! The Nature Conservancy, NatureWorks Everywhere and We Are Teachers have teamed up together to deliver this amazing live event right to your classroom. There are also loads of free downloadable materials for you to use with your students.

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Amber figure of Guanyin carrying a baby. Possibly serving as an amulet or a shrine to wish the goddess to deliver a child to the owner of this figure. Ming dynasty, China.

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Doughnut-shaped skyscraper completed in Guangzhou. We deliver advertising campaigns throughout the UK and Europe, but we also welcome enquiries from around the globe too! For all of your advertising needs - www.adsdirect.org.uk

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