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Anyang

, Gyeonggi province, South Korea. It opened its doors on March 15, 1977, as Anyang Industrial Technical School. It was officially designated a technical junior college in 1979. The school includes scientific faculties of electronic communications, computer information, industrial design, technology management, environmental engineering, interior construction; domestic faculties of hotel culinary management and fashion design; social service faculties of early childhood education

, physical education, social welfare, English, tourism Chinese, and liberal arts. The campus covers 202,000 m², and also hosts a library and research institutes of industrial design, construction technology, Surface Mount Technology automation, and sports science. Its name was changed to '''Anyang Science University''' in 2010. '''Daelim College''' is a private technical college in South Korea


Christchurch

second-oldest university, operates its main campus in the suburb of Ilam (Ilam, New Zealand) in the city of Christchurch, New Zealand. It offers degrees in Arts (humanities), Commerce, Education (physical education), Engineering, Fine Arts (Ilam School of Fine Arts), Forestry, Law, Music, Social Work, Speech and Language Therapy (Speech therapy), Science, Sports Coaching and Teaching. The University originated in 1873 in the centre


Peru

Henry, were killed while bartering for food on Fiji's Malolo Island. Wilkes retribution was swift and severe. According to an old man of Malolo Island, nearly 80 Fijians were killed in the incident. Rodríguez returned to America in 1823, using his name "Simón Rodríguez" again. In Colombia he established the first workshop-school in 1824. He was called to Peru by Simón Bolívar and became "Director for Public Education, Physical and Mathematical Sciences


Wales

in overseas programs such as practicums, field schools, internships, work experience and cultural and academic exchanges in countries including China, Wales and Uganda. In 2011, students from the Global Leadership Program went to Zambia http: www.douglife.ca zambia-blog for three months working with non-government organizations in the areas of community health, education, physical education and sports, small business and micro-finance, as well as community development and youth outreach. They typically compete against teams from the home nations (England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland) as well as other international sides. *Ireland (Republic of Ireland), since 1922 *The United Kingdom and its dependencies (British Crown Dependencies) the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. Here it is legally known as Greenwich Mean Time and has been in standard use in England, Scotland and Wales since 1847, and Northern Ireland since 1922. Different British time zones (British Summer Time#Periods of deviation) have been trialed for short periods during these years. WikiPedia:Wales Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom Wales commons:Wales - Cymru


New Zealand

-oldest university, operates its main campus in the suburb of Ilam (Ilam, New Zealand) in the city of Christchurch, New Zealand. It offers degrees in Arts (humanities), Commerce, Education (physical education), Engineering, Fine Arts (Ilam School of Fine Arts), Forestry, Law, Music, Social Work, Speech and Language Therapy (Speech therapy), Science, Sports Coaching and Teaching. The University originated in 1873 in the centre


France

and to France, where it was known as the ''épée Anglaise''. Hilts were often of the beaded or "five-ball" type with a stirrup guard. A spadroon blade usually had a broad, central fuller (fuller (weapon)) and a single edge, often with a false edge near the tip. Spadroons can also be double-edged as well. '''Georges Hébert''' (27 April 1875 – 2 August 1957) was a pioneering French (France) physical educator (physical education), theorist


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