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Taizhou, Jiangsu

career, he maintained strong continuity while always working on new techniques. His most famous roles were those of female characters; skillful portrayal of women won him international acclaim, and his smooth, perfectly timed, poised style has come to be known in opera circles as the “Méi School.” He also played an important part in continuing the performance tradition of Kūnqǔ, noted particularly for his interpretations of Dù Lìniáng (Du Liniang) (杜丽娘; in ''The Peony Pavilion'') and Bái


Campbell River, British Columbia

) is a Canadian (Canada) musical theatre actor, singer, dancer, choreographer, and director. His most famous roles were as Jeff the mannequin in the children's show ''Today's Special'' and as the title role in the Canadian travelling production of ''The Phantom of the Opera (The Phantom of the Opera (1986 musical))''. Hyslop is married to Vancouver-born singer and actress Ruth Nichol. They have one daughter, Gemma Nichol Hyslop, born in 1976. In 2003 Jeff Hyslop moved to Campbell River (Campbell River, British Columbia) on Vancouver Island, to find peace and to be able to spend more time with his family. He has been doing weekend musical theatre workshops with as many as 32 children. His sister, Sandra Bailey, manages his career. History The Unicorns formed in Campbell River, British Columbia '''Nicholas Thorburn''' (born 27 November 1981) is a Canadian musician originally from Campbell River (Campbell River, British Columbia). He has fronted numerous bands such as The Unicorns, Th' Corn Gangg, Islands (Islands (band)), Reefer, and Human Highway (Human Highway (band)). Thorburn occasionally goes by the stage name "Nick Diamonds", among others. History Thorburn was born in 1981 in Campbell River (Campbell River, British Columbia), British Columbia, Canada, which he says has influenced his songwriting. Nature, in particular whales, are a subject of interest; his lyrics include references to rivers, swans and frogs. He also had a formative experience in a visit, along with his father, to see the killer whale Luna (Luna (Orca)); his memories of the visit became an influential part of Islands' debut album ''Return to the Sea''. The roots of Catalyst Paper date back a century, when the Powell River Company opened a newsprint mill at Powell River in 1912. Bloedel, Stewart & Welch, Ltd. started up their Kraft (Kraft process) pulp mill in Port Alberni in 1947 and later added two newsprint machines. These two companies eventually merged into MacMillan Bloedel (MacMillan Bloedel Limited). The next branch of the family tree was British Columbia Forest Products Limited, formed in 1946 as a logging and sawmilling company. With extensive forest operations in British Columbia, BCFP built a solid reputation as a leading wood products company. The company diversified in the early 1950s, opening its Crofton pulp mill in 1957 and adding newsprint production in 1964, and soon was one of the province's largest integrated forest products companies. The third branch was Crown Zellerbach Canada, which opened a modern newsprint mill at Elk Falls near Campbell River (Campbell River, British Columbia) in 1952 and later expanded into Kraft pulp production. In 1981, Fletcher Challenge of New Zealand purchased Crown Zellerbach Canada and renamed it Crown Forest Industries. *Campbell River, British Columbia for Dr Samuel Campbell (Samuel Campbell (doctor)), the ship's surgeon. *Pender Island and Pender Harbour, British Columbia for Daniel Pender.


Gyumri

in the Sundukyan Drama Theatre of Yerevan. He also directed many successful productions, best of them Maxim Gorky's "The Lower Depths". His cinema career began in 1955. His famous roles in Rolan Bykov's "Aybolit-66" (1966), Leonid Gaidai's "Kidnapping, Caucasian Style" (1966), and Georgi Daneliya's "Mimino" (1977) earned him the reputation of one of the leading comedy actors in the Soviet Union. But that reputation sometimes


Yerevan

Gorky 's "The Lower Depths". His cinema career began in 1955. His famous roles in Rolan Bykov's "Aybolit-66" (1966), Leonid Gaidai's "Kidnapping, Caucasian Style" (1966), and Georgi Daneliya's "Mimino" (1977) earned him the reputation of one of the leading comedy actors in the Soviet Union. But that reputation sometimes overshadowed his real talent and emotional depth which he put into his roles in such classics of Armenian


Hamilton, Ontario

for the CBS television show, ''Hee Haw''. His famous roles were Cousin Clem, Samuel B. Sternwheeler (Paddle steamer), Mr. Gordon the storekeeper, and Lavern Nagger, the forever put-upon husband of Ida Lee Nagger (Roni Stoneman). '''Peter Broeker''' (born May 15, 1929 in Hamilton, Ontario - died November 4, 1980 in Pointe-Claire, Quebec) was a racing driver driver from Canada. He participated in one World Championship Formula One Grand Prix


Prague

. He dropped out of law school to pursue acting. Initially he starred in minor plays, but managed to escalate to famous film roles, many of which won him fame abroad. During the Communist era he appeared in most of his famous roles. birth_date birth_place Prague, Czechoslovakia death_date Early life and career He was born in Prague. Before his emigration he performed in the theater and had


Cambodia

. Kurtz. Marlon Brando played Kurtz, and it remains one of his most famous roles. Ancient Hindu kingdoms arose and spread the religion and traditions across Southeast Asia, particularly Thailand, Nepal, Burma, Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia, Laos, Philippines, and what is now central Vietnam. A form of Hinduism particularly different from Indian roots and traditions is practiced in Bali, Indonesia, where Hindus form 90% of the population. Indian


Vancouver

, dancer, choreographer, and director. His most famous roles were as Jeff the mannequin in the children's show ''Today's Special'' and as the title role in the Canadian travelling production of ''The Phantom of the Opera (The Phantom of the Opera (1986 musical))''. Hyslop is married to Vancouver-born singer and actress Ruth Nichol. They have one daughter, Gemma Nichol Hyslop, born in 1976. In 2003 Jeff Hyslop moved to Campbell River (Campbell River, British Columbia) on Vancouver Island, to find peace and to be able to spend more time with his family. He has been doing weekend musical theatre workshops with as many as 32 children. His sister, Sandra Bailey, manages his career. DATE OF BIRTH May 30, 1951 PLACE OF BIRTH Vancouver, British Columbia DATE OF DEATH On July 21, 1951, a Canadian Pacific Air Lines (registration ''CF-CPC'') disappeared (probably while flying over Alaska on a flight from Vancouver, Canada to Anchorage, Alaska. No trace of the aircraft or of its 31 passengers and six crew has ever been found. The cause of the accident remains undetermined. location One Chocolate Drive St.Stephen (St. Stephen, New Brunswick) New Brunswick Canada locations Offices: Moncton, New Brunswick Toronto, Ontario Vancouver, British Columbia key_people David A. Ganong, David Pigott, Marc Lefebvre Concept and creation The concept of ''ZeD'' was originally developed by Rae Hull, Sandra Sperounes, "ZeD sneaks onto CBC: Mothercorp's PR engine sits idle, counts onword of mouth to win fans: hype & hawk: A look at market forces," ''Edmonton Journal'', April 6, 2002, pg. D.9. who was the regional director for CBC in Vancouver, British Columbia. Tony Atherton, "ZeD awaits viewer input," ''The Province'', Vancouver, B.C.: March 24, 2002, pg. B.18. and new media pioneer McLean Greaves. It was initially imagined as being "free-form (wiktionary:freeform), hip and fast moving, with no segment longer than a few minutes," but beyond this contributors would influence the content. country Canada location Vancouver, British Columbia url http: www.604records.com 604 refers to one of the area codes (Area codes 604 and 778) of the Lower Mainland and the city of Vancouver, British Columbia, where the company's offices are located. - 2009 (2009 World Single Distance Speed Skating Championships) Vancouver Canada - Chapters of Food Not Bombs were involved in the rise of the Anti-Globalization Movement (Anti-globalization) in the late 1990s, leading to the APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation) resistance in Vancouver in 1997; the June 18, 1999, International Carnival Against Capitalism; and the so called “Battle of Seattle” (WTO Ministerial Conference of 1999 protest activity) later that year, which shut down the World Trade Organization meetings. Food Not Bombs helped start the Low Watt FM Free Radio, the October 22nd No Police Brutality Day, and Homes Not Jails during the San Francisco days. thumb left "Free Soup for the Revolution" illustration (Image:Free Soup For the Revolution.jpg) Numerous strikes and protests were led by the Communists, many of which culminated in violent clashes with the police. Some notable ones include a coal miners strike that resulted in the Estevan Riot in Estevan, Saskatchewan that left three strikers dead by RCMP bullets in 1931, a waterfront strike in Vancouver that culminated with the "Battle of Ballantyne Pier" in 1935, and numerous unemployed demonstrations up to and including the On-to-Ottawa Trek that left one Regina police (Regina Police Service) constable and one protester dead in the "Regina Riot." Although the actual number of Communist Party militants remained small, their impact was far disproportionate to their numbers, in large part because of the anticommunist (Anti-communism) reaction of the government, especially the policies of R. B. Bennett who vowed to crush Communism in Canada with an "iron heel of ruthlessness." birth_date WikiPedia:Vancouver dmoz:Regional North America Canada British Columbia Localities V Vancouver Commons:Category:Vancouver


Hollywood

of first sound film in 1927, he specialized in his ''fat man'' roles and was widely sought out by directors, such as Frank Capra and Orson Welles for bit parts; exemplified by ''the Match King'' one of Mae West's suitors in 1935's ''Goin' to Town''. His more famous roles include; ''Jouett Goforth'' in 1931's ''Cimarron (Cimarron (1931 movie))'' and in 1941's ''Woman of the Year'' as the Justice of the Peace who married Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy. He


Vietnam

famous roles. Ancient Hindu kingdoms arose and spread the religion and traditions across Southeast Asia, particularly Thailand, Nepal, Burma, Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia, Laos, Philippines, and what is now central Vietnam. A form of Hinduism particularly different from Indian roots and traditions is practiced in Bali, Indonesia, where Hindus form 90% of the population. Indian migrants have taken Hinduism and Hindu culture to South Africa, Fiji


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