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Zhoushan

High School, Daishan High School, and Shengsi High School are province level key public high schools. Nanhai Experimental School, located at Lincheng Sub-District of Dinghai and established in 2001, is a major private school. Zhejiang Ocean University is the only full-fledged university in the city. Zhejiang University Zhoushan Campus is currently under construction and scheduled to complete in 2015. Sister cities thumb right 250px A stele in Dinghai Park of Zhoushan commemorating the friendship between Zhoushan and Kesennuma, Japan. (File:Commemorative Stele.jpg) * wikipedia:Zhoushan


Wuxi

Henry Tang himself was born in Hong Kong in 1952. Tang holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Michigan. Cityu.edu.hk. "cityu.edu.hk." ''Henry Tang.'' Retrieved on 30 January 2010. He


Shantou

: * Shantou Jinshan Middle School * Shantou Number One Middle School * Shantou Experimental School * Shantou Number four Middle School * Shantou Number ten Middle School * Shantou Number two Middle School * Shantou Number three Middle School * Dahua number one primary school thumb 224px a rural primary school in Chenghai District (File:汕头盐灶上社小学.JPG) Colleges and universities * South China University of Technology Shantou College


Carlisle, Pennsylvania

in Carlisle, Pennsylvania (1811–1814) and at the University of Pennsylvania (1818–1819). In 1879, Richard Henry Pratt returns to Hillsgate. He invites Robert and Clara to join him in teaching at an experimental school in Pennsylvania designed to "civilize" Native American children. Pratt persuades the Lakota that their children need to learn the white men's ways. He takes 125 Lakota children to the Carlisle Indian Industrial School in Carlisle, Pennsylvania


Changsha

Notable high schools *The First High School of Changsha *The High School Attached to Hunan Normal University *Yali School *Changjun High School *Lushan International Experimental School Notable Primary Schools *YanShan School *YuCai School *ShaZiTang School *YuYing School Notable people Changsha and its surrounding areas is the birthplace of: * Huang Xing – Chinese


Chengdu

(Founded in 143 BC) * Chengdu Shude High School (Founded in 1929) * The Affiliated High School of Sichuan University * The Affiliated High School of Sichuan Normal University (四川师范大学附属中学) * Chengdu Experimental Foreign Languages School(成都实验外国语学校) * Chengdu Foreign Languages School * Chengdu Experimental Foreign Languages School West Campus(成都实验外国语学校西区) * Chengdu Jiaxiang Foreign Language School(成都嘉祥外国语学校) * Chengdu Shude Experimental School (成都树德实验中学) * Chengdu


Baltimore

, the capital of Turkey *Baltimore, Maryland: A bust on North Charles Street in the Guilford neighborhood. *Barinas, Venezuela: Simón Bolívar United World College of Agriculture is an experimental school offering a program in Farm Administration, with 25% of students coming from outside Venezuela. - 1925 Baltimore, United States Curtiss R3C-2 Commons:Category:Baltimore WikiPedia:Baltimore Dmoz:Regional North America United States Maryland Localities B Baltimore


Haiti

and Hattie Hille. He had a brother, Robert, who was a singer and classical violin player. Original liner notes to ''Judgment!'' by Leonard Feather Hill took up the piano at the age of thirteen, and was encouraged by Earl Hines. As a child, he attended the University of Chicago Experimental School. Original liner notes to ''Black Fire (Black Fire (album))'' by A. B. Spellman He


Venezuela

, Venezuela: Simón Bolívar United World College of Agriculture is an experimental school offering a program in Farm Administration, with 25% of students coming from outside Venezuela. *Belgrade, Serbia: A small street in the Altina (Altina, Belgrade) neighbourhood in the Zemun municipality of Belgrade. Guyana continues to be influenced by British culture as well distantly with the cultures of the United States, Europe, Africa, the Islamic world, East and South Asian countries, and Latin America, esp. with neighboring countries of Venezuela and Brazil. It is one of three countries and two territories to form The Guianas, such as Suriname and the island of Trinidad and Tobago; and territories like the French Guiana and parts of neighboring countries named for Guayana (Venezuela) and Amapa of Brazil. thumb 120 px Map of Guyana (Image:Gy-map.png) The '''Geography of Guyana''' comprises the physical characteristics of the country in Northern South America and part of Caribbean South America, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean, between Suriname and Venezuela, with a land area of approximately 214,970 square kilometres. The country is situated between 1 and 9 north latitude and between 56 and 62 west longitude. With a 430-kilometre Atlantic coastline on the northeast, Guyana is bounded by Venezuela on the west, Brazil on the west and south, and Suriname on the east. The land comprises three main geographical zones: the coastal plain, the white sand belt, and the interior highlands. When Britain gained formal control over what is now Guyana in 1814, it also became involved in one of Latin America's most persistent border disputes. At the London Convention of 1814, the Dutch surrendered the United Colony of Demerara and Essequibo and Berbice to the British, a colony which had the Essequibo river as its west border with the Spanish colony of Venezuela. Although Spain still claimed the region, the Spanish did not contest the treaty because they were preoccupied with their own colonies' struggles for independence. In 1835 the British government asked German explorer Robert Hermann Schomburgk to map British Guiana and mark its boundaries. As ordered by the British authorities, Schomburgk began British Guiana's western boundary with Venezuela at the mouth of the Orinoco River, although all the Venezuelan maps showed the Essequibo river as the east border of the country. A map of the British colony was published in 1840. Venezuela protested, claiming the entire area west of the Essequibo River. Negotiations between Britain and Venezuela over the boundary began, but the two nations could reach no compromise. In 1850 both agreed not to occupy the disputed zone. History Prior to the arrival of Christopher Columbus, the island of Hispaniola was inhabited by people known as the Taíno (Taíno people), who arrived in approximately 2600 BC in large dugout canoes. They are believed to come primarily from what is now eastern Venezuela. By the time Columbus arrived in 1492 AD, the region was under the control of Bohechio, Taíno cacique of Xaragua.


Toronto

Xanadu House — an “experimental school” on a hill in Virginia which was also a foam structure. Both Mason and Masters were influenced by other experimental houses and building concepts which emphasized ergonomics, usability, and energy efficiency. These included apartments designed by architect Kisho Kurokawa featuring detachable building modules and more significant designs including a floating habitat made of fiberglass designed by Jacques Beufs for living on water surfaces, concepts for living underwater by architect Jacques Rougerie and the Don Metz house built in the 1970s which took advantage of the earth as insulation. Commons:Category:Toronto WikiPedia:Toronto dmoz:Regional North America Canada Ontario Localities T Toronto


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